Hello Soccer Parents!!
We will have a soccer season this year, although it may look a little different.
We need to get the kids on the field!
April 18 update: April 26th is our start date! Our tentative schedule has been posted (found in both the Registration and Calendar pages of this website).
Our COVID-19 protocols can be found at the bottom of this page.
April 10 update: The recent step back in restrictions imposed by the Alberta Government has not impacted what we are allowed to do for this season. We can still get the players on the field for drills and some good old fashioned sunshine!
So far the Government regulations for outdoor sports are 10 people max; that makes 8 children and two coaches. We are not allowed to play games at all, we are only allowed to do drills. If restrictions lift we will have to be flexible and change with the terms the government puts out.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email or call Stephanie at
In order to even run the soccer season, we require the proper ratio of coaches to players. No prior experience is necessary as we can provide plenty of training, resources and suggestions.
Please contact us by emailing email@example.com if you are willing to volunteer for this season.
We are now accepting e-transfers!
2021 Registration forms are available.
Please fill out the registration form and email it along with an e-transfer.
Contact us for alternate payment methods.
**IF you're sick, STAY HOME** Please contact your coach if you can't make it.
Coaches must wear masks at all times during outdoor training sessions. Coaches are not responsible for checking mask exemption.
We have small group sizes and you stay with the same groups.
Physical distancing of 2 metres must be maintained at all times between all participants.
We will provide hand sanitizer for use before and after practices. We ask that you follow Alberta Health guidelines for outdoor gatherings for anyone watching practice or gathering before or after practice.
A parent/guardians may be present at the field for youth safety purposes but must not be involved as trainers and must be distanced at least 3 metres away from the training group. This number must be kept as low as possible.