Vision For The Future

The OSTEN & VICTOR Alberta Tennis Centre has developed a Facility Master Plan which will create the best-community-based tennis facility in the world.

Our vision will ensure that the Alberta Tennis Centre is recognized around the world for its innovation, facility design, program delivery and management. We will continue to strive to become Canada’s best community-based tennis facility and one of the leading tennis facilities in North America.

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Phase 1: Covered Court Project

The initial development will see the 5 outdoor courts covered; transforming the structure into a 13-court year-round facility.

Phase 2: Community Park

Once completed, we will create a Community Park (subject to negotiations, confirmation and approval from the City of Calgary) with 6 clay courts, 4 pickleball courts, a walking trail, greenspace, play structure and meeting and gathering space. Our park vision will further enhance Calgary’s livability, and the health and wellness of our residents by providing affordable recreational access.

Our “Made in Alberta” approach will deliver jobs to Calgarians, provide significant economic development to the community and city, and create opportunities and access for youth and adults of all ages, abilities and socio-economic backgrounds.

Finally, this development will be a world-leading, industry-changing structure, using green technology and innovation never experienced before.

For more information visit: www.albertatenniscentre.ca


How to contribute to this expansion project and give back to the community?

You can donate through Parks Foundations. 

Parks Foundations of Calgary Donation Page (for donation below $1,000)

Guide: How to use Parks Foundations Webpage for Donation

Fillable Donation Form (for donation $1,000 and above)

Guide: How to fill out the donation form


Did You Know?

  • 6.5 million Canadians played tennis in the past year
  • Tennis is the 5th most popular sport in Canada in terms of fan interest
  • Tennis is the 6th most popular sport in Canada in terms of participation

Alberta Tennis Centre At A Glance

The OSTEN & VICTOR Alberta Tennis Centre is a non-profit, world class, state-of-the-art, fully accessible tennis Centre utilizing the best tennis court & lighting technology. The Centre has been built to national and international specifications and regularly hosts provincial, national and international competitions. The Centre was awarded Tennis Canada’s Facility of the Year award in 2017, its first full year of operation.

Current Facilities

  • 71,000 square ft. state-of-the-art tennis & fitness centre on 3.19 acres
  • 8 indoor (permanent structure) and 5 outdoor tennis courts
  • 850 square ft. fitness facility
  • Food service
  • Men’s & Women’s locker rooms
  • Pro-shop services and products

Training Programs

  • Tennis Canada National Junior Training Program – Alberta
  • Tennis Canada High Performance Tennis Development Centre
  • Host site for Tennis Alberta’s Provincial Training Programs
  • Programming available for juniors, adults, seniors and wheelchair athletes
  • Coaching and Officiating certification clinics

For more information visit: www.albertatenniscentre.ca

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Our Story So Far

  • 30,000 Calgarians – provided facility access and instruction each year;
  • Innovative Programs – Wheelchair Tennis Program, Autism Tennis Program and Indigenous Tennis Program;
  • Youth & Adult Tennis Programming – 500+ Children are involved in our after-school program (per session); Our membership has grown to its capacity; thousands of adult Calgarians are playing tennis at the Alberta Tennis Centre programs and booking courts annually;
  • Community Outreach & Development – partnerships with a number of organizations and charities;
  • School Tennis Program – Since 2016, over 40,000 Calgarians introduced to tennis through Canadian Western Bank School Tennis Program; 19,000 in the 2018 – 2019 school year;
  • Tennis Canada Facility Excellence Award – Recipient of Tennis Canada’s Facility Excellence Award in 2017

DONOR RECOGNITION

Have an Impact

Those who make the following donations will be recognized at the OSTEN & VICTOR Alberta Tennis Centre:


All donations to the OSTEN & VICTOR Alberta Tennis Centre will receive the following recognition:

  • Website recognition
  • Official publication recognition (annual report)
  • Charitable tax receipt for donations of $25.00 or more
  • Recognition on a new exterior Donor Wall is available for donations of $1,000 or more.
  • 6" recognition: $1,000 or more (with name engraved)
  • 12" recognition: $5,000 or more (with name engraved)
  • 18" recognition:$50,000 or more (with name engraved)


Additional naming opportunities:

  • Tree Sponsor: $1,500 per tree (30 trees available)
  • Tennis & Pickleball Court Benches: $2,500 per bench (30 available)
  • Tennis Net Signage: $5,000 per net sign (22 available)
  • Tennis Court Naming: $50,000 per court (5 available for Phase 1) / $30,000 per court (6-available for Phase 2)
  • Pickleball Court Naming: $25,000 (4 courts available in total)
  • Exterior Viewing Area: $25,000 (1 available)
  • Community Playground Sponsor: $50,000 (1 available)
  • Exterior Corporate Naming Rights: available upon request
  • Community Park Corporate Naming Rights: available upon request

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