Parent Info

A Beginner’s Guide to Water Polo

Looking to learn a bit about the game of water polo? There are plenty of online videos available. Olympic Intro Video

Rules and pool size are adjusted for youth athletes participating in Alberta Water Polo games, outlined in the AWPA Provincial League Handbook.

Officiating at Games

Wild families are expected to volunteer at all events their athletes are participating in, including Provincial League, YYC League, tournaments, and Pups Fest. If you have an athlete participating, your athlete must be represented in at least one volunteer shift at that event.

Volunteering allows you to get closer to the game and provides a different perspective on the sport. Prior to volunteering for certain positions, it is expected that parents will complete online training.

Alberta Water Polo Association Minor Officiating Video Training


Wild relies on volunteers to make our club a success! We are always looking for more help with various activities. Email for more information.



Our last casino was August 17 and 18, 2023, next will be approximately 18-24 months following.

2023/24 Policy Handbook

This handbook was created by the Wild Board Executive to explain the Club’s organization and expectations of its players, the Board, parents, and coaches. We ask that those involved with the Club become familiar with and follow the policies set out here and in the annual registration package. The Handbook, like most guiding documents, is subject to change and we are open to improvements in guidelines and policies that help us better deliver Club services.


Concussion is unlike most injuries that athlete’s experience. As concussion is an injury to the brain, it cannot be seen and the effects can be either subtle or devastating or cumulatively persistent over time.


Calgary Wild Water Polo Club is registered under the Societies Act in Alberta.