Outdoor 2022 | EMSA South West

OUTDOOR 2022

The outdoor program is run by your community. Please contact your league for specific information about the program in your area. Players in the Mini soccer program (U4 to U7) may have varying playing days and formats based on your community.

Players U9 to U19 compete against other teams within the southwest zone and across the city, as below.


Age GroupBirth Years Format Ball Size Tentative Playing Days Game Duration Field Size
U92013
2014
Girls Teams &
Boys Teams
4Tuesday
Thursday
2 x 30
Min halves
Mini Field
~37x27yd
U112011
2012
Girls Teams &
Boys Teams
4Monday
Wednesday
2 x 35
Min halves
Intermediate
~55x37yd
U132009
2010
Girls Teams &
Boys Teams
5Tuesday
Thursday
2 x 45
Min halves
Full Field
~100x60yd
U152007
2008
Girls Teams &
Boys Teams
5Monday
Wednesday
2 x 45
Min halves
Full Field
~100x60yd
U172005
2006
Girls Teams &
Boys Teams
5Sunday
Thursday
2 x 45
Min halves
Full Field
~100x60yd
U192003
2004
Girls Teams &
Boys Teams
5Sunday
Thursday
2 x 45
Min halves
Full Field
~100x60yd

TEAM FORMATION/PLAYER PLACEMENT/ROSTER RELEASE – COMMUNITY PROGRAM

  • Teams are formed by our communities, who follow our Team Formation Policy + the EMSA rules Section on imports & past level of play.
  • Community Coordinators (or those assigned to form their teams) will do their best to grant friend & Coach requests, however they cannot be guaranteed.
  • Only those players whose fees/deposits/supporting documents have been received by April 15, 2021 will be placed on a team during the initial team formation process.  Players registering or providing the fees/deposits/supporting documents after this time will be added to your community wait-list & placed on a team if space is still available.
  • If you indicated your child will be trying out for a Club/Premier team on the registration form, a community team spot will be held until our Club program, SW Sting FC has released their tryout results.  At that time, your child will either be placed on a community or SW Sting FC roster.  If you cancel the registration after that time, your community may charge you a cancellation fee.  Please review your community refund policy & contact your Soccer Coordinator if you have questions.
  • Rosters must be released to the Head Coach no later than May 5, 2021.  Parents must be contacted by the Head Coach at least one week prior to the season starting.

 

COACH/ASSISTANT COACH REQUIREMENTS – COMMUNITY PROGRAM:

  1. Police clearance with a Vulnerable Sector Check
  2. Respect in Sports Activity Leader – https://albertasoccer.respectgroupinc.com/
  3. NCCP course – Coaching Pathway
  4. Rule of Two – Rule 13.6 is now enforced in all soccer activities. This encourages safe sport. Click here for the guide.