Lindsay Park Sports Society

The Lindsay Park Sports Society Board of Governors is responsible for setting general policy for the Repsol Sport Centre and for oversight of the organization, its subcommittees, operations and financial health.

- To provide training and competition facilities and services for the development of Calgary's high performance athletes ion their respective dryland and aquatic sports.
- To provide facilities, programs and services for the wellness and recreational sporting needs of the citizens of Calgary.

The principal responsibilities of the Board include:
- Provide the overall strategic direction of Repsol Sport Centre.
- Meet the objects of the Lindsay Park Sports Society as set forth in the Mandate and discharge those duties described in Lindsay Park Sports Society's By-laws.
- To oversee the successful financial management of the Lindsay Park Sports Society and be responsible for the operations of Repsol Sport Centre.
1 Representative, Calgary Recreation
4 Representatives, Community Association
1 Representative, Minor Sports
2 Representatives, School Boards
8 Representatives, Dry Land Sports
5 Representatives, Aquatic Sports
Immediate Past President

2020 Chair: Alexis Teasdale
2 years
Term Expiry Month:
Call of the chair
Time:  7:00 p.m.
Location:  Lindsay Park Sport Complex Board Room
Resource Staff:
Administrative Contact:
Lindsay Park Sports Society
2225 MacLeod Trail South
Calgary AB T2G 5B6
Bus: 403.233.8393
Reports To:
SPC on Community and Protective Services
Lindsay Park Sports Society

ChairVice ChairMemberRoleCurrent AppointmentExpiry Year
   Florent Le BerreRepresentative, Calgary Recreation20202021

Authority  Description Decision
1. 1983 May 09, The Societies Act Certificate of Incorporation - The Lindsay Park Sports Society is a not-for-profit society incorporated under the laws of the Province of Alberta and operates independently from the City of Calgary.
2. 1983 May 24, Commissioners' Report
3. 1990 July 18, Operating Agreement
4. 1990 July 24, Committee on Committees Motion Carried
5. 1991 February 04 Operating Agreement between Lindsay Park Sports Society and The City of Calgary
6. 2000 January 24, C2000-05 Implementation of the New Organization Structure to Level 3
7. 2002 March 04, C2002-17 Lindsay Park Sports Centre Expansion and Re-naming to Talisman Centre
8. 2016 November 14, Name change Repsol Sport Centre (formerly Talisman Centre), launches its new corporate brand identity. The name change reflects sponsorship with the legacy partner Talisman Energy, now Repsol, who remains as naming sponsor.