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Monday, January 31, 2022, All day
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Saturday, February 5, 2022, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
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This image shows three players battling for the puck during youth pond hockey.
This image shows a player scoring at youth pond hockey.
This image shows two players chasing the puck at youth pond hockey.
This image shows three players battling for the puck during youth pond hockey.
This image shows a player scoring at youth pond hockey.
This image shows two players chasing the puck at youth pond hockey.

Due to subzero temperatures, the Fargo Park District’s annual Youth Pond Hockey Day scheduled for February 15 is postponed to February 28. We will be re-opening registration. Register by end of day Monday, February 22.

Watch your kids do what they love and enjoy a day of hockey played where it all started...outside! 

Sign your kids up for a fun-filled day of hockey! Each team has a 3 game guarantee in this jamboree structured day. All games are two 10 min halves.

Divisions are 10U, 8U, 6U (All divisions coed). Teams can have a max of 8 players. Teams of 6 are recommended.  Team registration includes a beanie for each player. All games are playing as 4 on 4. 

Adjusted schedules will be posted by noon on Wednesday, February 24.

In between games check out our warming tent with food, beverages and cook a s'more on our outdoor fire pits! 

Fargo Pond Hockey Classic

The Fargo Park District also offers a fun adult hockey event for ages 18+. Sign up and learn more about the Fargo Pond Hockey Classic.

    This event is an official part of Frostival, a community-wide celebration of how the Fargo-Moorhead Community makes cold cool. For more information regarding the event and a complete listing of events, visit

    Additional Information

    $60 per team unless teams have 7 or 8 players then there will be an additional $10 per extra player. 

    Teams can register online but will need to call (701) 499-6060 to pay for additional players. 

    Click here to register online 

    Registration can be found under Activity Registration > Special Events > Youth Pond Hockey Day

    Each player has to have a waiver filled out, signed by a parent or guardian, and turned in before their first game.

      This event was made possible with the collaboration of: 

      • Fargo Youth Hockey Association 
      • West Fargo Hockey Association 
      • Moorhead Youth Hockey Association 
      • Fargo Angels Hockey 
      • Grand Forks Youth Hockey Association 

      Purchase your Youth Pond Hockey merchandise here! Apparel and other items available for all ages, items bought will be shipped directly to you. 


      Jamboree Rules

      • Players can only play on one team.
      • All players must check-in at the Player Information Table in the warming house before their first game to ensure they have the proper liability waiver signed and obtain a wristband. Wristbands must be worn throughout the day. All players must have a liability waiver signed by a guardian. 
      • A team Coach must attend a rule meeting before the team's first game.
      • Substitutions must be made prior to the first game.
      • There is one rink manager to monitor play.
      • Games are composed of two 10 min halves with a 1 min halftime.
      • All players must wear full hockey equipment.
      • No goalie equipment or goalie sticks permitted.
      • There are no off-sides or icing calls.
      • Goals are scored from the attacking side of the center ice.
      • All games are running time and substitutions can be made during play.
      • If a puck goes out of bounds a new puck is put into play.
      • Goaltending is not allowed.
      • Referees call out the score after each goal.
      • Being that this is a jamboree structure, games can end in a tie.
      • Penalties are called for rule infractions. Penalties called by rink manager/official are final. A minor penalty results in possession of the puck awarded to the opposing team. Rink officials have the discretion to also award a goal to the opposing team when a minor penalty is flagrant and/or a team is consistently playing in a reckless manner.
      • Any major penalty, which includes any action that could possibly injure another player, results in that player being ejected from the tournament. The team that received the ejection plays the remainder of the current game short-handed. The rink official determines major penalties. (No players can be added if others are lost to major penalties).