Pacific Coast Female Rep Hockey Classic
October 19-22, 2023 at Richmond, BC, Canada
Welcome to the 10th Annual Rep Classic!
The Pacific Coast Female Rep Classic Hockey Tournament, inaugurated in 2013, is a premier all-female tournament for competitive hockey teams in Western North America. It is an effective preparation for your provincial or state championship.
This destination tournament is a unique opportunity to play against other elite female hockey teams. Each October, 1000 elite youth athletes attend the Pacific Coast Female Rep Classic from 50 competitive hockey teams at the AA, A, and BB levels.
Two-thirds of the attending teams travel to Richmond from out-of-town to attend the tournament, arriving from throughout BC, across Canada, and the Western United States.
This tournament is oversubscribed every year and had over 80 applicants last year. We will consider any team, but registration does not guarantee acceptance. We accept teams based on their fit and their history at our tournament and other tournaments.
Details and Pricing
Format: three 20-minute periods per game, with an extra ice clean after the 2nd period (except consolation games).
Four Game Guarantee. Qualifying teams will play a 5th game.
- Games start on Friday at 7:30 a.m. (so please plan your travel for Thursday.)
- The last possible game ends on Sunday by 5:30 p.m.
- Some local-to-Vancouver teams might play their first game on Thursday night.
Age Groups: U13, U15 and U18. 50 teams total.
- USA teams are welcome to join these groups, and we have accepted USA Tier II teams from 12U, 14U, 16U, and 19U.
Two tiers at each age group:
- Tier 1 - for AA teams and very strong A or A1 teams.
- Tier 2 - for all other A, A2 and BB teams.
The Tournament Director has final say on team placements.
Registration Rate: $1899
- If you choose to pay later, then a $100 deposit is required within 2 weeks to secure your spot. Full payment by September 15th.
- All prices are in Canadian dollars.
Tournament Sanction #: 2023-2024-1792
The Richmond Ravens Female Hockey Association has provided safe youth hockey for girls and young women in the City of Richmond since 1994. The Richmond Ravens have hosted annual tournaments for female hockey teams for over 25 years. We have a long history of reaching and winning the BC Championships, and in the past two years our U13 and U18 teams have medalled three times.
The Richmond Ravens began in 1994 as the Richmond Girls’ Ice Hockey Association. Today, we are over 230 players and 17 teams strong. We are proud to have been named BC Hockey's "Minor Hockey Association of the Year" in 2012.
Our home facility is the Richmond Ice Centre which has six regulation-size rinks. The names of the rinks from west to east: Igloo, Garage, Pond, Coliseum, Forum and Gardens.
Located within the ice centre is a pro shop with skate sharpening services. Stanley's Grill is located upstairs in the Richmond Ice Centre overlooking the Forum and Coliseum rinks.
The arena is part of the Riverport entertainment complex that includes a 19-screen cinema complex, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, bowling, trampoline park, laser tag, and restaurants.
Richmond Ice Centre
Welcome to Richmond, BC
Incorporated in 1879, Richmond is an island city within the Fraser River delta, unique in geography and culture. It is home to the Vancouver International Airport, the speedskating venue from the 2010 Olympics, and is connected to Vancouver by subway. Downtown Vancouver is 20 minutes north of Richmond.
Richmond began as a seasonal home for Coast Salish First Nations. Richmond once hosted the largest fishing fleet in the world, and is still home to the largest fishing fleet in Canada. It's also home to 200 farms and one of the largest cranberry producers in the world.
Today Richmond is known as North America's most Asian city, and one of the world's most livable cities. Richmond's dining scene is world-renowned, with over 800 restaurants and some of the best Asian cuisine in the world. The population is 218,000.
The Richmond Ravens acknowledge that we gather and play on the traditional and unceded territory of the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ speaking peoples; good stewards of this land for countless generations.
Richmond, BC, Canada
Historic Steveston Harbour