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Overview & Costs

Overview and Costs

The San Jose Jr. Sharks is a youth hockey club where our goal is long-term development, not short-term success. We intentionally offer different level teams with different emphasis, in order to address the different needs and interests of members in the program. The Jr. Sharks offer competitive teams for youth (ages 9-18) and girls (ages 8-19).

Our Travel Hockey A/BB/B and Tier II “AA” (Youth & Girls) teams offer a balance of skill development and competition, with a solid practice program and the opportunity to participate in a highly competitive league throughout Northern California. A primary goal is to give all players the tools needed to reach their desired level of competition.

Extending this strong foundation Tier I “AAA” (Youth & Girls) teams gain the highest possible developmental and competitive learning experience, by playing at a State, Regional and National level. At the top level our Tier I “AAA” teams develop players who aspire to continue their hockey careers post youth hockey.


The cost of playing youth hockey for the Jr. Sharks can be divided into dues, soft goods, and travel expenses. It is the goals of the Jr. Sharks to have our dues cover all expenses associated with being on a youth hockey team. The Jr. Sharks program season dues include hockey event fees, coaches expenses and gym fees where applicable. Specific season cost will be presented at team tryouts. There will be no "cash calls" for club approved events, games or tournaments. Here is what each portion covers:


The San Jose Jr. Sharks accept payment through the online registration system. 

The first payment is due upon making the team. Monthly payments are due on the 2nd of each month (July through December). 

To make a payment, visit the registration section.


Flights, hotel, ground transportation, and meals on the road with Jr. Sharks teams
Team’s may choose to do “Team Travel” in which parent work together to transport and chaperone the players on hockey road trips to minimize expenses.

Financial Aid

Members of the Jr. Sharks have TWO opportunities, NORCAL Rep and NORCAL Youth Hockey League, to receive scholarship money for the  season. NORCAL Rep is a 501 C.3 that is funded by the Jr. Sharks which is only used for Jr. Sharks’ players. NORCAL Youth Hockey league is funded and made available to all players in Northern California.