• All In The Family

    The history of Saskatchewan sport is full of great sporting families. If you dig a little deeper, more family connections emerge as talent and passion are passed along from one generation to the next. All In The Family, the Saskatchewan Read more →

  • Dedication to Sport: Our 2023 Inductees

    The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame welcomed a new group of seven remarkable inductees into its ranks on September 23, 2023, as the 55th Induction Dinner & Ceremony. To celebrate the achievements of our newest induction class and share some Read more →

  • Grit

    Saskatchewan has a rich history of sport excellence throughout the province and Grit explores the diversity of individual athletes, para-athletes, builders, and teams inducted into the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame. This featured exhibit celebrates the determination, character and grit Read more →

  • Fanfare

    Every year Saskatchewan’s fervid football fans eagerly await the start of the Canadian Football League season. The anticipation increases in seasons that culminate with Regina hosting the Grey Cup. The dream of watching the Saskatchewan Roughriders hoist the Grey Cup Read more →

  • Anniversary Class

    Since the COVID-19 pandemic has led to the postponement of our 2021 induction, it has provided an opportunity to reflect on some of our past induction classes. In the passing decades, many inductees have contributed more to the sporting world Read more →

  • The Winter Olympics

    The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics will officially open on February 4. Once again Saskatchewan will be well represented in the Winter Olympic Games. To celebrate Saskatchewan’s rich history in winter sport, the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame will debut its Read more →

  • Saskatchewan at the Olympics

    Out of 527 inductees, the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame celebrates the successes of the 108 inductees who have taken part in the Olympic and Paralympic Games with Saskatchewan at the Olympics. Of those 108 Olympians, 71 participated in the Read more →

  • Prairie Pride: A History of Saskatchewan Football

    Since its earliest days as a province, Saskatchewan has loved football. The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame’s newest exhibit: Prairie Pride: A History of Saskatchewan Football celebrates the teams, athletes and builders that helped grow the game in those early Read more →

  • Dedication to Sport: Our 2019 Inductees

    The exclusive club of Saskatchewan’s finest athletes grew by eight on Saturday, September 28, 2019 at the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame’s 52nd Induction Ceremony and Dinner. The 2019 Induction Class features Chris Biegler (basketball), Wendel Clark (hockey), Jacki Nichol Read more →

  • Evolution of Sport

    Curator’s Statement: As society and technology have changed throughout Canada’s history, so too has sporting equipment. Each era reflects commonly used materials of the time. As more research has been dedicated sports, the advancement of athletic safety has also improved. Read more →

  • Armistice – A Call to Arms

    As the world prepares to observe the 100th anniversary of the Armistice in 2018, there is an opportunity to explore the relationship between sport and military service. Through the installation of 6 banners, the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame is Read more →

  • Prairie Fire: Rodeo in Saskatchewan

    *This exhibit was curated by Kylie Rae Dahlstrom for the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame to fulfill the requirements for her Masters work placement through the University of Regina. Curator’s Statement: I decided to create “Prairie Fire” because I saw Read more →

  • Dedication to Sport: Our New Inductees

    It’s the time of year when we expand membership into a very exclusive club! The number of inductees is going up to 519 with the formal installation of seven new members. The 2018 Induction Dinner occurred on September 29th, with Read more →

  • Our Recent Acquisitions

    Come in and enjoy our latest exhibit, Our Recent Acquisitions, showcasing donations that we have received throughout the past 12 months. An extensive Saskatchewan Roughriders collection from Taylor Field as well as countless Regina Pats artifacts highlight this incredible exhibit. Read more →