July 20th - July 21st


Adrian Bader - Paintball Legend


Miss you already

The CPPL lost a family member this year. Tragically Adrian Bader or “BADER” as many called him left us far too soon. Adrian was a pivotal and important part of the CPPL and the entire paintball community. We will never recover from his loss, we will try to honour his memory and history as best we can.

Adrian won everything there was to win in the CPPL, and yet that is not his lasting legacy. The people he knew, the teams he built, the events he saved, everything the CPPL has done has Adrian finger prints all over it. The only person who has set up more CPPL events than Adrian, is me. My heart is BROKEN that I will never be able to do it again.

I hope you find the rest you are looking for Adrian, we will miss you terribly.

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CPPL 2019 Event Dates and Formats


Choose your format! The CPPL offers BOTH traditional 5Player and our famous X-Division format! 5Player schedule is played on Saturday, while the X-Division is decided on Sunday. Choose one, or play both!

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2019 CPPL EVENT Information

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Team List - Next Event

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CPPL Card Registration

Every player needs a CPPL Card every season. Register for your online and save money. Pick it up at the next event. Simple and EASY!

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CPPL Rules

Want to know what the rules are? Download your own copy here. Make sure you attend the captain’s meeting for 5Player.

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CPPL / Bragg Creek Paintball Kids Club Program

Kids Club is a great place for young kids ages 8-16 to learn how to play paintball from some of the best paintball coaches in the country!


Warburton Classic
July 20th / 21st
Bragg Creek Paintball, Calgary AB

The CPPL has run events bearing the names of paintball companies, paintball fields, and even entire cities.  We have only once in 20 plus years of event production run an event that is dedicated in the honour of a single person. For this season going forward THE CPPL has made the decision that only one event per year will be given a the special treatment of it's own name.  That event is the WARBURTON CLASSIC.  This is Andy's event, it's special, and it deserves to be highlighted differently than all the rest.

Andy Warburton left a huge void in the local paintball community when he left us far too early a few years ago.  Andy was a CPPL event champion, a CPPL series champion, he was a person that I looked forward to seeing every chance I got.  That hasn't changed, nor will it ever change.

Losing Andy continues to be a devastating blow to the CPPL staff, and it's players.  CPPL events are not the same with out his presence.  No matter how hard we try we just can't seem to add what Andy brought to our events so effortlessly. The CPPL will continue to hold this event every year,  It is our way of honouring him, acknowledging the fact that Andy was the only person that contributed enough to our way of life to have an event run entirely in his name alone.  He will now never share that honour with any person or company.  It is his alone.

In truth all CPPL events are "Andy events".  Every year I never get to run the one event I want to.  I would love to run just one more event with him in attendance.

We miss you Andy.  You're a "pretty big deal".  How we wish you were here

Ride the lighting my friend,

Michael Carey
CPPL Event Director