Affiliated and Partnered Programs, Organizations and Clubs

Please note that some organisations may be operating a bit differently during the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit their sites for up-to-date information and schedules.

Many of our partnered programs’ registrants are eligible to participate in the TGCA Fee Assistance Initiative to contribute to their program’s fees. FAI participants work at our community bingo on Sundays and Tuesdays. Please click here for more information about the TGCA FAI. 

North Calgary FC

North Calgary FC offers competitive and recreational soccer programs for ages U4 to U19. NCFC prides itself on being an affordable option for competitive soccer in the City of Calgary.
We are a not-for-profit organization run by volunteers for the benefit of our youth players. Because of our passionate and dedicated volunteers, certified Coaches and strong culture, we are able to offer an amazing high level Soccer program at a very competitive price.
We are always looking for energetic volunteers, ask how today! We offer City wide programs in the Calgary Minor Soccer Association (CMSA), Calgary United Soccer Association (CUSA) and Calgary Women’s Soccer Association (CWSA). For more information, please visit

McKnight Hockey Association

Our Mission is to provide our players with an affordable, fair and competitive hockey experience that focuses on the development of individual and team hockey skills, the practice of good sportsmanship and fair play and the opportunity to be challenged while having fun. At McKnight Hockey our goal is to involve your child in a program that fosters teamwork, skill development and enjoyment of the game. For more information, please visit

Thorncliffe Greenview Ice Skating Club

We have developed a new CanSkate program based on Sport Canada’s long term athlete development (LTAD) principles. Exciting new features include a fresh new look, new awards, great tools for coaches and most importantly a tested and proven new curriculum and delivery methods that guarantee skater success in developing stronger basic skills and developing them faster. The result is a dynamic new program that prepares all skaters for virtually every ice sport. For more information, please visit

Northwest Ringette Calgary

With the amalgamation of the NW communities of Bowness, Triwood, West Hillhurst, Thorncliffe, Thornhill and Hungtington Hills in the fall of 1988, NW Ringette Association was officially formed. In its first year of inception NW Ringette carried 7 teams from Petite to Junior. Today, NW Ringette Association registers over 400 athletes to make 32 teams up to the U19 level. For more information, please visit

The 58th Scouts

For over 100 years, Scouts Canada has been making a difference in the lives of young people and in their communities, nationwide. The Thorncliffe Greenview 58th Scouts troop’s mission is to create the youth leaders of today for the challenges of tomorrow. For more information, please call Timothy Wallace at 587-432-8061.

Thorncliffe Greenview Guides

Guiding today is a product of 100 years of history. It’s fun, active and relevant to the girls and women of today. Guide units around Calgary are doing amazing things and having great adventures! These activities are girl-driven and help ensure that Guides are ready to face the world today and meet the challenges of tomorrow with confidence. For more information, please contact the local Guides District at

Fun Kids' Club Before and After School Care

“Connecting reliable care for our future generations in our community”

The Fun Kids’ Club cultivates authentic and caring relationships and connections to create a sense of belonging among and between children and adults and the world around them. Opertating before and after school care, as well as summer camps. For more information, please visit or call 587-393-7635.

Calgary Pickleball Club

MISSION: To promote and develop the sport of pickleball in Calgary for everyone.

VISION: To be recognized as the primary organization for the development of the sport of pickleball in Calgary.

VALUES: Fair play, inclusivity, exercise and health, safety, and fun.

GOALS: Social interaction, skill development, affordability, and development of a dedicated pickleball facility.

For more information, please send an email to

The Booster Club

The Booster Club’s vision is to promote and develop projects that benefit the Thorncliffe Greenview Community Association. The Booster Club typically meets once a month and discusses future community involvement. If you are interested in joining this dedicated group of volunteers, please contact the admin office at 403-274-6840.

Thorncliffe Greenview Women’s League

To provide fellowship and recreation for the ladies of the Thorncliffe Greenview Community Association. The TGWL started in September of 1976, with far more members than there are today. Some of our projects over the years have come and gone, while some are still very successful, like the TGCA Craft Fair. For more information, please contact Yvonne Armstrong, 403-274-6720.

Thornview Seniors

The Thornview Seniors are situated within the Thorncliffe Greenview community complex. We offer many different activities such as cards, pool, bowling to name a few. The Seniors’ group offers friendship, a chance to learn new skills and be more active, and an opportunity to learn more about the community at large. Come out and explore what we have to offer you. For more information, please call Wayne Evans at 403-286-1028.