The Edmonton Masters Water Polo Program is a great fit for adults with and without previous water polo experience. Masters programming is split into two seasons (Winter & Summer Program) and is a great mix of scrimmages and skill development. In addition to the weekly scrimmages the Edmonton Masters Program also provides opportunity for tournament participation at both a recreational and competitive levels through partnership with other teams.
Tsunami's current Winter Masters Program meets once a week at NAIT with scrimmages from 7:00 - 8:30 PM PM on Sunday nights from October - April. These scrimmages come with a scheduled referee and a 30-minute warm-up. In addition to the Winter Masters Program, Tsunami also competes in the Water Polo Canada Major League Water Polo division for seniors interested in more competitive training and competition. MLWP athletes have two additional weekly practice opportunities with Tsunami's U19 NCL teams on Monday and Wednesday evenings at Kinsmen. MLWP participation comes at an additional registration cost and athletes are responsible to coordinate their own tournament travel.
The Summer Masters Program meets twice a week for outdoor scrimmages at Mill Creek Pool from June - August. Summer programming takes place on Wednesday evenings from 8:00 - 9:00 PM and Saturday mornings from 8:30 - 10:00 AM. Don't miss out on this awesome opportunity to take advantage of the beautiful Edmonton summers.
Winter Program Registration Fee = $325.00
Summer Program Registration Fee = TBD
* Summer Masters Programming currently suspended due to social distancing measures.
WINTER PROGRAM TRAINING SCHEDULE
8:30- 10:00 PM Water Practice @ Kinsmen
* MLWP Only
8:00 - 9:30 PM Water Practice @ Kinsmen
* MLWP Only
7:00 - 8:30 PM Scrimmage @ NAIT
Canadian and International Travel Opportunities
Female MLWP Team National Qualification (2019 & 2020)
Scheduled Referees at Sunday and Summer Scrimmages
Outdoor Scrimmages During Summer Masters Program
New Members Always Welcome (Rec and Competitive)
" I wouldn’t trade my time with Tsunami for anything. The older I get, the more I realize how much I have learned from this sport and being immersed in the Tsunami culture. Tsunami has given a lot to be thankful for, many life skills I am proud of, and an abundance of memories and relationships I will always cherish. I and I am forever grateful to be part of the family. "
" Being a member of Tsunami taught me not just how to play a sport, but how to be a better teammate. During my time at Tsunami I developed both the mental and physical aspects of competition. Tsunami emphasized the importance of the student portion of being student-athletes by encouraging us to be the best we can be both in the classroom and in the pool. "
" Tsunami was more than just a club to me, it was a family. When we had games, we went to battle together as brothers. Not only did my teammates and coaches push me to be my best in the water, they also wanted the best for me outside of the sport and taught me numerous life skills that I’ll be able to use for the rest of my life. I will always be grateful to be part of the Tsunami family. "
" Being an out of town athlete from Victoria I have never felt as welcomed by a team as I did when playing for Tsunami. My time at Tsunami wasn’t just about playing water polo, it was learning vital life skills such as working with others, time management and how to work under pressure. I created friendships at Tsunami that will last a lifetime. Go Tsunami Go! "