5133 - 52 Street

Covid-19 Arena Guidelines
We have been working with our Primary User Groups to coordinate how we may run programing in the arena during this season. We believe this will provide all users the opportunity to run the activities as we phase in opening the fall-winter schedules. However it will not be ‘business as usual’ as we will have some restrictions in place and we may need to adjust regulations and timelines as we procced.

In order to safely and effectively utilize the Sportsplex we are immediately implementing the following:

2020 – COVID-19 Arena Guidelines and Information for bookings

1. Face coverings must be worn upon entering, removal only when participating in physical activity on the surface.  Children under age 9, a mask is recommended. 

2.  Participants are recommended to come dressed and ready for their activity.  Rooms will be provided for participants. 

3. Arrival Time:  do not arrive more than 15 minutes before your expected booking time and please leave the area within 15 minutes after your booking time to exit the building. Do not use the showers. 

4. Please follow directional signage in and out of the buildings.  Entrance doors on the West side of the arena.

5. Regular sanitation of commonly touched surfaces will be performed throughout the day by facility staff. 

6. Please encourage participants to bring and use their own hand sanitizer, but stations will be setup in the arena.

7. There will be no tables for use for meetings or eating in the arena.

Rapid Response Plan for Symptomatic Individuals: 

  1. In accordance to Alberta Health regulations, attendance of all participants must be kept for two weeks for public health tracing.  Please ensure you have these records in case they are required at any time.
  2. All user groups/rental organizers will be responsible for ensuring their participants observe facility rules and Alberta Health regulations/guidelines and are reinforcing the message of physical distancing. 
  3. All user groups/rental organizers are to be able to produce to a public health inspector, upon demand, a written COVID-19 relaunch plan specific to your use. 
  4. Compliance with Alberta Health guidelines by participants, user groups and the public are required to ensure we all support Alberta’s efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19. 

Rapid Response Plan

1. If a participant develops Covid-19 symptoms, the person will be directed immediately to go to the observation room overlooking the Aux. ice.  The contact number will be called for the person to be picked up immediately.  (booking group will need to provide)
2. 911 will be called if the situation is severe and medically distressed.
3. Arena staff will clean the area once the person has been removed from the building and will clean any touch points that may have been used.
4. Staff will spray the areas with disinfectant (Airx44).  Staff will require masks to wear while cleaning the room.
5. Facility will need to be informed of outcome.  

The Sportsplex features an Arena with two ice surfaces and a six sheet Curling facility.

  • Main ice surface (200' x 85') is used from approximately April to July for Lacrosse and from mid-August to March for ice rentals.
  • Auxiliary ice surface (180' x 85') is used from June to September for non-ice functions and from October to May for ice rentals.
  • Upstairs Concourse is also available for rentals, shows, meetings, and other functions.
  • Viewing areas for both ice surfaces are wheel-chair accessible.

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Facility Bookings

Contact us to book a facility (Parks, Fields, and Sportsplex).

Phone: 403-507-4844


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Public Skating

Public skating starts Oct 18th, which will take place on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays on the Aux Arena at the Sportsplex, 5133- 52st Olds.


Sundays- 12:00PM-1:15PM
Tuesdays- 12:00PM- 1:00PM
Thursdays – 12:00PM-1:00 PM

No Shinny until further notice.

What you need to know when visiting the Sportsplex:

•    Public Skating will follow all of the Sportsplex COVID guidelines listed above
•    Masks are required to enter the building
•    Pre-registration is required.   Please book online 
•    24-hour notice is required when withdrawing from a pre-registered activity 
•    Skaters may arrive at the facility a maximum of 15 minutes prior to skate time and must vacate change rooms a maximum of 15 minutes after skate
•    Only participants in pre-registered activities are permitted in the facility.  Spectators are not permitted.
•    Please come dressed for your activity 
•    Helmets are required for age 12 and under, recommended for others
•    Physical distancing must be maintained at all times throughout the facility.
•    Please exit the Sportsplex promptly after your skate
Please respect and follow these measures to ensure your safety and the safety of others while at the facility.

Please note: Public skating may occasionally be cancelled due to hockey tournaments. All times are subject to change. 

To confirm public skating times call 403-556-3244.

Shinny Hockey

Shinny Hockey is cancelled until further notice.

Curling Club

The Olds Curling Club operates the curling rink, located at the Olds Sportsplex. The curling club has an active membership of over three hundred curlers of all ages. There are six sheets of ice and a licensed lounge.

Curling season runs from mid-October through March.

Olds Grizzlys

The Town of Olds is proud to be home to the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) Olds Grizzlys since the 1980-81 season.  The Olds Grizzlys are a community-based team operated by a board of directors that oversee the hockey operations. The AJHL fosters the development of young athletes striving to capitalize on their athletic and academic abilities.


Olds College Broncos


The Sportsplex is also home to the exciting Olds College Broncos women's hockey team who compete in the Alberta Colleges Athletics Conference (ACAC), which fosters a rich tradition of excellence and has established itself as the premier college athletic conference in Canada.  Visit the Broncos website for scores, standings, schedule, roster and player profiles.