- Registration is open for our SUMMER CAMPS...SUMMER Men's C Sunday, Men's BC Tuesday AND Men's BC Thursday Night Leagues are all Open for Registration...Check out all our great programs and Register Today!...
Canada's Premier Multi-Court Basketball only Facility
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Sunday 9:30 AM - 10:30 PM
HoopDome is a state of the art, multi gymnasium basketball only facility located at Downsview Park. This 42,000 square foot premiere basketball facility has been open since March 30, 2007, and addresses the growing demand for basketball in Toronto.
Please note that all mapping software i.e. Google maps, MapQuest and GPS are incorrect. We recommend that you print the map and correct directions on the contact us page.
In addition to our in house HoopDome Leagues; Megacity and B'nai Brith Leagues all call HoopDome home, why don't you too! Contact us, 416-633-HOOP (4667), for more information on running your league at HoopDome, Toronto's One of Kind Premier Basketball Facility...bring your players and their game!
Basketball is recognized as one of Canada's fastest growing sporting demographic
HoopDome has become a destination spot for all basketball athletes, families and teams; from grass roots house leagues for 8 year olds to elite boys/girls teams for teenagers, to men's and women's winter & summer leagues and tournaments. This is the centre for amateur basketball in Ontario, and the facility operates 365 days a year.
Visit our "World Class Facility"
HoopDome consists of
- four (4) regulation basketball courts
- three (3) smaller half courts ("cages")
The cages have a unique outdoor or urban look seen in many American cities, but have the luxuries of being inside, safe from the harsh Canadian weather. Each of the full courts come complete with bleachers, high end portable baskets, scoreboards and professional style hardwood floors. HoopDome offers a variety of programs for all levels of basketball players; leagues, tournaments, camps, corporate events, rentals and more.
When you come to HoopDome, you better "Bring Your Game".