Spotlight on Sport


The Spotlight on Sport initiative was born out of the Coquitlam in Bloom program. Today, it’s an ongoing initiative that aims to:

  • Celebrate sport and inspire our sport community
  • Recognize the positive impact sport associations have in our community
  • Recognize sport volunteers for the great job they do
  • Show appreciation for the sport community’s contributions

The Spotlight on Sport program offers many drop-in activities throughout the year. By participating you can:

  • Discover fun ways to stay active
  • Learn more about Coquitlam’s sports organizations
  • Try new sports to see what you love

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Register for a Free Sport Workshop

The Spotlight on Sport team is pleased to present the following free workshops which are geared toward coaches, players and sports enthusiasts in the community ages 16 years and up.

SportMedBC: Overuse Injury 

Designed to guide participants through the most up-to-date best practices in sport safety, injury prevention and injury management. Taught by SportMed Safety Instructors. Certified Athletic Therapists and Physiotherapists who deliver sport-specific lessons in an interactive format. Participants receive a letter of course acknowledgment - including respective BCRPA, CMTBC and NCCP continuing education credits. Access to educational resources and tools provided in the course. 

  • Dec. 8 |  6 – 8 p.m. | Mundy Park Field House (Room A/B)
  • Register

Park Fitness Circuits

Try our Spotlight on Sport fitness circuits found in various Coquitlam Park locations, a great alternative to going to the gym. The fitness circuits will be moved to different locations throughout the season so look for them in a park near you.

In January, look for the fitness circuits around Lafarge Lake and Como Lake. 

Sports Field and Outdoor Courts

Interested in using one of our many fields or outdoor courts? Click here for more information. 

Sport Equipment Library Program

Donate your gently used sporting equipment to our Sport Equipment Library program. We’re looking for sport balls, frisbees, jump ropes and more. Bring your items to our Spotlight on Sport donation bin located in the stadium office in Town Centre Park.


Interested in volunteering with Spotlight on Sport? Check out our current opportunities and the application form.

Most opportunities require volunteers to be registered City of Coquitlam volunteers with the following:

  • A completed orientation
  • Police information check
  • Two references


  • 18 years of age or older or be accompanied by an adult
  • Able to complete the volunteer duties
  • Follow park regulations
  • Have good safety awareness

How to Sign Up

  1. Email the Program Coordinator 
  2. Complete the Statement of Commitment and Release and Waiver Form (these forms will be emailed to you)

Outdoor Youth Sport Committee

Join the Outdoor Youth Sport Committee and provide input and leadership in the development and activation of a variety of outdoor sport drop-ins and pop-ups in Coquitlam Parks. 

Email the Program Coordinator to get involved.

Sport Hosts

Our sport hosts enhance the user/visitor experience by providing an available and friendly presence to sport field and facility users. 

The Town Centre Stadium is a very popular sporting hub that welcomes a variety of user groups involved in sports like soccer, field hockey, lacrosse, football, and track & field.  The venue also provides a location for special events of all sizes.

Sport Hosts will help create a positive experience for all by answering questions at an information booth, and guiding users through the use of a park map and information sheet. This is a great opportunity to get involved with the Coquitlam Sport Community!

Email the Program Coordinator to get involved.