Indoor 2023/24 | EMSA South West

Indoor Program

SWEMSA offers community indoor soccer for girls and boys in programs from U5 to U19.

Playing in a fully boarded pitch (like a hockey rink), games are 6 vs. 6, player changes on the fly, no offside, pass the ball off the boards, and lots of opportunities to score. It’s an exciting game with minimal stoppages.

Fees are set by SWEMSA and uniform, coaches & equipment support supplied by our communities.

Registration opens August 1, 2023.

Indoor 2023/2024 Season

Age GroupBirth
Playing Dates
Mixed$250$250 Saturday South Side
Soccer Centre
Girls/Boys$375 $250 Saturday South or West
Soccer Centre
Girls/Boys $450 $250 Saturday City Wide
Girls/Boys $450 $250 Saturday City Wide
Girls/Boys $475 $250 Saturday or Sunday City Wide
Girls/Boys $475 $250 Sunday City Wide
Girls/Boys $475 $250 Sunday City Wide
Girls/Boys $475 $250 Sunday City Wide

Registration opens on August 1, 2023.

On-time community registration ended on Fri. Sept. 8.

Players will be placed on the waitlist pending space following Sept. 8 (including any incomplete player registrations).

Important Information


Facility Pass

Note that games and practices take place at Edmonton Soccer Association Facilities. Spectators/parents will need to purchase a facility pass from the facility to enter. For information about season passes or daily rates, please refer to the ESAF website.

Facilities where community games and practices can take place include:

  • South Soccer Centre (6520 Roper Road)
  • West Soccer Centre (17415 106A Ave)
  • East Soccer Centre (12720 Victoria Trail)

Note that passes are not required for players or team officials (registered coaches, assistant coaches, team managers on a team roster).


Season start date (tentative)

Saturday October 14, 2023

Note that game start times do rotate weekly during the season. Season schedules will be released on October 11, 2023 and posted on the EMSA website.



Players in ages U13 to U19 require an EMSA issued player ID card

Team Officials in ALL ages require an EMSA issued team official ID card

NOTE: Only EMSA issued cards are accepted. Not EDSA or any other organization.

How to get an EMSA ID Card: Send a jpeg of a head shot (no hats; sunglasses) and a copy of ID (Alberta Health Care card; Birth Certificate) to

Instructions on obtaining e-card can be found: here


Police Information Check

All team officials require a volunteer Police Information Check (PIC) certificate to cover the entire season, including post season play. The certificate must be replicas de relojesrequested through SWEMSA, as we cannot accept PIC;s completed from outside organizations.

Please note: Only Coaches, Assistant Coaches & Team Managers that have a valid PIC certificate on record with SWEMSA will be added to the team roster & may participate during practices and/or games.



This season, teams will be provided access to practices at indoor soccer centres throughout the season. The times of these practices may vary based on availability at the indoor soccer centres.

  • The U5 program is practices only, location TBD.
  • U7 to U11 teams will receive 7 indoor practices (half field) throughout the season.
  • U13 to U19 teams will receive 7 indoor practices (full field) throughout the season.

In addition to this, SWEMSA holds a Joint Use Agreement with the City of Edmonton that allow teams to access school gyms for additional practices.


Community League Memberships

A community league membership is required before a player will be confirmed on a team.  Memberships expire on August 31st of each year so you will need to purchase a new one for the 2023/24 indoor season.  This can be done directly through your community league, or through the Edmonton Federation of Community League web site.  Please purchase your membership before registering for the season.



Please click here to read the SWEMSA Indoor Refund Policy