• Register NOW for the 2019-20 season!

Registrations for the 2019-20 season have started.  To register, please visit our Programs section and select Registration. This page includes all the required information to complete your registration.

You can also click here to go directly to our Registration page.

  • Ottawa Titans Annual General Meeting

All members (athletes, parents, and coaches) are invited!  The new signed forms will be collected at the AGM.

Saturday, September 14th, 2019 at 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Ottawa Public Library Main Branch - Auditorium, 120 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa, ON - (map)

  • Aug 26, 2019 - Ottawa Titans well represented at OWP Summer Training Camp

There were several Ottawa Titans who traveled down the 401 to Toronto to participate in the Ontario Water Polo summer training camp. The by-invite only camp welcomed Rokaya, Lillian, Jackson, and Liam as well as Stephanie and Luka who played on Titans rosters last year, without forgetting our very own Coach Owen.

The camp was an opportunity for the players to practice with high level players and coaches including Serbian Partizan club coach Aleksandar Nikolic. The 9-day camp was also an opportunity for our players to billet with GTA families, offering them an overall exciting experience. The final weekend of the camp featured joint training with Team Quebec including some games throughout the weekend. Both Ontario girls teams were able to sweep their 2 games series against their provincial counterparts while the boys needed the 14-13 rubber match victory to take the 3 game series.

Thanks to all the coaches (especially Owen ;)) and organizers, and especially the billeting families for making this experience so memorable!


  • New athletes experience the sport for the first time

James likes the Ottawa Titans Water Fun program so much that he drew a picture of a water polo game for his kindergarten class.

Too cute not to share. SmileSmileSmile

 James loves Water Polo

  • Titans Summer Water Polo Programs

Our regular season may have come to an end but there will be plenty of water polo opportunities in the Summer months: 

  • Free water polo sessions offered to young girls and boys (ages 5 and up) across the city at outdoor and indoor pools – details available at this page.
  • Titans Recreational Summer League @ Carleton University (ages 14 and up) – details available here.
  • July 27th - Titans Family Day @ Mooney's Bay

Our 8th annual summer beach water polo family day is approaching quickly. Expect plenty of fun  - bouncy castles, inner tube water polo, beach water polo, face painting, taekwondo demo, and beach games! 

Activities are open to our members and the public as well, at no cost. Bring your teammates and friends - see you all at Mooney's Bay Beach on July 27th, 2019, between 1 PM and 6 PM.
(rain date: August 3rd, 2019).

TITANS family day 2019

  • June 7th - COED Recreational Summer 2019 Water Polo League

Great news, you can now register for the Summer League at the following URL:
Summer League Registration Portal.

The Titans Recreational Summer League will run from Tuesday, July 2 thru Thursday, August 29, 2019. The scrimmages will be scheduled on Mon/Weds or Tues/Thurs, usually from 6pm to 7:30pm. Participants will play in two games per week (i.e. 18 scrimmages) and will be divided into groups based on their water polo experience and skills.   The cost to participate in the league will be only $140 (HST included).

For additional details on the league, please visit the Summer Recreational League page available from the Programs menu item.

If you have any questions related to the Summer League, please direct them to summerleague@titanswaterpolo.ca

  • June 6th - BRONZE for our U19 Titans Golden Men at Nationals!

The Golden Titans, a combined team of Ottawa Titans and Toronto Golden Jets won Bronze at the National Championships in Calgary last weekend.
On the first day of the tournament, the guys beat the 2nd and 3rd place teams from the West Conference, Pacific Storm (11:4) and Fraser Valley (16:9). They entered the second round tied with the York Mavericks, but the goal differential in common games placed the Golden Titans in 2nd place of the round robin.
On the second day, we faced Saskatchewan, the top seed overall. It was a very tough and nail-biting game that could have gone either way, however, the Golden Titans were short by one goal (8:7). Saskatchewan went on to win gold, but our guys did not waver, pushing on beat Pacific Storm (14:6) winning indisputably the bronze medal and bringing back home great memories along with the hardware for the first time in the NCL history. 

Congratulations on a great season!

U19 Golden Titans

  • June 5th, 2019 - Titans Green Team @ Ottawa Race

Ottawa Titans members completed another Titans Green Team effort with the success, at the recent Ottawa Race weekend. There were about 80 dedicated individuals at the two-day effort. The tradition started at the Army Run 2015 event continues - this engagement was our 8th in a raw.

Titans Green Team Day 1

This was another opportunity for our athletes, parents, coaches and board members to work together on helping the recycling initiative of the biggest multi-distance race event in Canada. Boris leadership skills shone again!

Titans Green Team Day 2


The impact these engagements have on our athletes (young and old) and adults are hard to measure. Quantifiable results are listed on the event Website

We are looking forward to the next Titans Green Team opportunity happening at the new location for Army Run 2019 - Canadian War Museum.

  • May 6th - U19 Men Take Gold at Eastern Championships!


The U19 Championships took place in Ottawa from May 3-5th at the Nepean Sportsplex and proved to be extremely entertaining! The Golden Titans A men's team started their medal quest with a win against Mavericks DS on Friday before facing off with Dollard in the semi-finals Saturday. In front of their home crowd, the Titans added to their 5-4 halftime lead with three quick goals before Dollard brought it back within 1 goal in the fourth quarter. A late goal by Luka Pejanovic sealed the 10-8 win putting them in the gold medal game, as well as assuring them a place in the National Finals in Calgary at the end of May.

The final was a matchup against the undefeated Mavericks who had outscored their opponents by 184 goals during the regular season. The Golden Titans were up to the task, and with the raucous home crowd once again behind them, jumped out to an early 3-0 lead and led 6-3 at halftime. Some great defense and timely stops by goalie Avto Mikadze ensured the victory, with the hometown boys prevailing 10-7. The offense was led by 4 players with 2 goals each including Maksim Cuturillo and Nikola Cugalj as well as All-Star team members Bogdan Djerkovic and Diego Gonzalez.

Congrats guys and good luck in Calgary!

  • April 29th - U16 Boys take Bronze at Eastern Championships!

thumbnail.jpgComing into the Eastern Championships hot after a strong end to the NCL regular season, the U16 boys had high hopes of bringing home some hardware. The medal chase began with a matchup against the sixth seeded Shadow, a perennially tough opponent, which saw the boys get off to slow start but finish strong for the 8-4 victory. This put the boys in the semis against the Montreal Machine with the winner punching their ticket for the Nationals in Calgary. In front of a packed house, the boys were down early but fought back before the half to make a game of it, but the older, more experienced Machine players were able to pull away and seal the game. While disappointed with the loss, the boys turned their focus to the next day's game, the bronze medal match against the Toronto Golden Jets. This was another tight game which saw the boys slowly pull ahead and hold on for a nail-biting 10-8 win to secure bronze and bring their season to a thrilling end. Congrats on a great season boys and good luck to all of you next year!

  • Eastern Championships Coming to Ottawa!

With the National Championship League regular season all ncl.jpegwrapped up, it's time to turn our attention to the Eastern Championships taking place at the Nepean Sportsplex. With 5 Titans teams competing over two weekends, there's no excuse not to get out and cheer on your fellow Titans! The action gets started on April 26th with the U16 Girls and Boys taking to the water, while the May 3-5th weekend will see the U19 teams in action. The top 2 teams in each category will advance to the National Finals in Calgary in May!

Be sure to keep track of all the action on the Water Polo Canada schedule here.

Be sure to check all game times beforehand as they are subject to changes

  • March 27, 2019 - Titans U16 Boys Crowned NCWPL Champs

NCWPL.jpgCongratulations to U16 Titans boys who took home the Gold for the 2018-19 NCWPL season with a win over the defending champ, Ottawa GG's. It was a fitting final which featured the U16 boys and the GG's, who were the only team able to beat them during the regular season (a 5-4 win in week one). The boys took the championship game by a score of 10-6, allowing them to end the year on a 16-game winning streak. The bronze medal game was a see-saw affair with the Furious Titans pulling out the 11-10 shootout win. The night was a great end to the 11th NCWPL season! Get all the details on the NCWPL website.

NCWPL New Stars:
Darius Trofinenco
Ahmed Abdelrehim
Kayhan Krebs
Kian Hariri
Liam Scoles
Timothy Demoulin

NCWPL All Stars:
MVC: Alexis Codina
MVP: Tomas Andrijasevic
MVG: Liam Sterne
Daniel Gonzalez
Jackson Taylor
Andrej Gavric

Aleks Georgalis
Deniz Jasarbasic

Special thanks to Mike Wheatley for pictures from the final!

  • March 4, 2019 - Clean Sweep in NCL action for U16 Boys in MarkhamWP.jpg
The U16 Boys traveled to Markham for their last away weekend of NCL regular season action from March 1-3rd. Facing tough opponents whom they are jostling for playoff positions with, the boys completed their perfect 5-0 weekend with a 13-12 win over DDO on Sunday morning. (boys pictured refueling between games and video sessions).

With 2 local games to play on March 30th&31st, the boys sit in 3rd position in Eastern Canada and hope to make a splash at the Eastern Nationals, April 26-28th at the Nepean Sportsplex. Way to go boys!

See Water Polo Canada weekend newsletter here, including the Titans Liam Sterne and Jackson Taylor making the All-Star team!

  • February 22-24, 2019 - Titans Cup Tournament!

Welcome to our annual 21st Titans Cup event. We are super excited about the weekend - plenty of competitive water polo action happening at two different locations. There will be 24 teams, from 9 different water polo clubs, competing in 4 different divisions. Titans Cup

The official schedule for all tournament games available here.

U10U12 and U14 will offer 44 competitive games, scheduled to happen at Carleton University.
U18 Girls tournament will include 10 games, with 4 teams, competing at CEGEP pool.

Everyone is invited - come out and support ~350 athletes and their coaches participating at the event. The small army of minor officials, referees and volunteers will make sure this weekend will be remembered.

  • Feb 4-13, 2019 - Titans families host water polo team from Győr, Hungaryncl.jpeg

2 teams  b.jpgThe U16 Titans boys and their families had the pleasure of hosting the Győri Water Polo Club from Gyor, Hungary from February 4-13th. The 13 players born in 2004 & 2005 as well as their coach were billeted with Titans families for their stay in the National Capital. It was a great opportunity for the players to learn, not only about water polo, but also about their counterparts' culture and heritage. The boys most-cherished memory, other than the ones in their minds, will surely be the Gyori Club jackets they were presented with by the Hungarian club.

A great experience for all, and we wish the best to both of these teams on their water polo journey!

  • Jan 22nd, 2019 - Three U14 teams represent Titans at Omnium CAMO

DSC_9142.jpgExperience is all that it is hyped up to be. The experience of playing at the CAMO tournament on January 18-20 in Montreal was well worth it from a player perspective. The final standings: 5th and 7th place for the boys, 5th for the girls.


DSC_8666.jpgThe take-away from the experience was a weekend of bonding and building friendships and meeting other players from other teams. The athletes were always pumped entering their games and on exiting the pool after the games they reflected on the intensity of the game play.


43b6324f4bbb3c24c2f3be55fc6b6776531ae4d9.pngTo capture the essence of why they play, the girls’ excitement was captured through meeting Floranne Carroll, a member of the 19U Women’s National Team. They had the opportunity to ask several questions and pose with her. The general consensus amongst the Titans girls is that they can’t wait for the next tournament.

Pictures courtesy of Michael Wheatley. More can be seen here


The Ottawa Titans Water Polo Association is a not-for-profit organization that has been serving the Ottawa community since 1984, offering recreational and competitive water polo opportunities to players from 5 to 55+ years old. We are one of the largest and most successful water polo clubs in Canada. In the past five years, the Titans have ranked among the top 5 water polo clubs in the country and have produced a number of athletes who proudly represent Canada at the international level. This tremendous success at the competitive level can only be sustained thanks to one of the most comprehensive set of recreational water polo programs in the country. The Titans are THE place to be for any water polo enthusiast.


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