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Hopkins Royals Boys Basketball Association

Welcome to HRBBA!


HRBBA is a volunteer-run organization offering boys in 4th - 8th grades a basketball program where they can develop skills and knowledge in a competitive atmosphere. Players must live or attend a school within the Hopkins School District 270 boundaries to participate.

HRBBA Chipotle Fundraiser

HRBBA Chipotle Fundraiser


The Southwest League is a recreational basketball league for high school boys (grades 9-12).  It is a competitive league for more serious non-varsity players who want a high level of competition against teams from other schools.  Teams from Minnetonka, Wayzata, Hopkins and Edina compete against each other.  As with HRBBA, teams are by grade level.

Teams generally practice once per week on Saturdays, beginning in late December, at the North Junior High Structure.  Sunday games are at Lindbergh Center and surrounding communities begin January 5th, followed by an end of the season tournament the second weekend in March, 7th & 8th.  There will also be some Wednesday and Friday night scrimmage "rivalry games" played amongst the Hopkins teams.  These Friday games do not count in league standings.  All games will have a professional referee.  Equal play time is mandatory in the league.  Players will receive a reversible jersey which must be returned at the end of the season.

Southwest League rules require that all teams be formed evenly (no stacked teams).  Teams will be formed with that in mind, but keeping the same players together each year is also a goal.  Friend requests are honored only if both players have requested each other.  Due to the equal teams rule, we may not be able to honor all friend requests.  Players who register late will be placed onto a team based on roster openings while maintaining evenly skilled teams.

All teams require a volunteer coach who can attend all practices and games.  A high level of basketball expertise is not required.  If you are interested in coaching, please indicate your desire on your son’s registration.  All coaches must attend a coaches’ meeting (date and time TBD) in December prior to break.  Team rosters and practice times will be handed out at this time.

Parents are welcome to watch all games and cheer on their son.  Please see the Code of Conduct on the registration form.  One parent is required each game to keep the scorebook or run the scoreboard.


Minnesota School of Basketball Training Sessions

The November training sessions have been added for Minnesota School of Basketball (MSB).

Teams will not practice these nights but instead the kids should meet at MSB for an hour of focused shooting drills with the talented Instructors at MSB.

MSB is also on the Calendar for each team and is available on each teams page.

Location Address:  8840 7th Avenue North Golden Valley, MN 55427


4B-Silver 11/11 - 6pm

4C-White 11/11 - 7pm

5A- Blue 11/12 - 6pm

5B-Silver 11/05 -6pm and 11/12 - 7pm

5C-White 11/04 - 6pm

6A-Blue 11/18 - 6pm

6B-Silver 11/18 - 7pm

6C-White 11/4 - 6pm and 11/19 - 6pm

7A-Blue 11/11 - 8pm

7B-Silver 11/12 - 8pm

7C1-White 11/4 8pm and 11/19 - 7pm

7C2-Black 11/18 - 8pm

8A-Blue 11/05 - 8pm  and  11/19 - 8pm

8B-Silver 11/01 - 7pm

We are excited to introduce our new HRBBA FOCUS Program.  This program is multifaceted and is designed to demonstrate and promote the importance of our HRBBA core values.

FOCUS stands for:

F - Fighting Spirit
O - Opportunity Seeking
C - Concentration
U - Unrivaled Attitude
S - Sportsmanship

For continuing updates to our FOCUS Program watch our FOCUS Program page!

HRBBA Communications & Calendar Links

Email List:
To ensure you are receiving all email communications from HRBBA, please become a member of our website. Instructions to do this are provided here

Calendar Links:
For NGIN instructions on how to add an iCal team calendar link to your smart phone, click here.  

Interested in Coaching?

Hopkins Royals Boys Basketball Association is always looking for interested coaches for our Boys traveling basketball teams.  Candidates should possess the abilities to work with motivated boys (Grades 4 through 8) to develop basketball skills and play games in a competitive environment.  Practices are held two nights a week for 4th grade and three nights a week for 5th - 8th Grades.  There are tournament games on weekends.

For more information, please email Justin White at: