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Sep 14, 2022 | Shannon Belleau | 846 views
Attention Parents!

Hockey Canada has updated the Spordle accounts with new fields that require players and volunteers to update information in their account.

They also need two documents to be uploaded to the child/volunteer profile to verify the player/volunteer address and birthdate.  

This must be done before anyone can be rostered!  Some accounts have already been updated but we need everyone to check their account to ensure all information is complete and accurate.  Follow the steps below:

Step 1
Log into your Spordle account at

Step 2
Click on Member and update any missing information.  Required fields that are missing information will be highlighted with red text.

Step 3
Go to Documents and upload birth certificate or passport and proof of residency (driver's license or utility bill with current address).  Skip this step if both documents are already present and current.

Step 4
Go to Qualifications and ensure that you have Respect in Sport for Parents completed.  If you have not completed this course please complete the course at the following link:

Step 5
Go to Waivers and make sure all waivers for the 2022/23 season are signed.

Repeat this for each member listed in your profile that is registered for the 2022/23 season.

If you have any questions please reach out to the Essex registrar ([email protected]).

Thank you!

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