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2019/20 Indoor Registration

Registration opens July 15, 2019

In person payment sessions:

  • Wednesday August 28, 2019 – 5:30pm to 8:30pm at Ermineskin Hall (10709 32 A Avenue) – Located back of Steinhauer School
  • Tuesday September 3, 2019 – 5:30pm to 8:30pm at Lansdowne Hall (4915 124 Street) – Located behind Lansdowne School

Note: If paying at one of the registration sessions, cash or cheque will only be accepted.

WHO NEEDS CARDS TO PARTICIPATE IN A GAME?

Players

  • Community = U13 to U19
  • Premier = U9 to U19

Team Officials

  • Community = U7 to U19
  • Premier = U7 to U19

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

SWEMSA will have carding sessions on the following dates:

  • Tuesday September 24, 2019 – 5:00pm to 8:00pm
  • Wednesday September 25, 2019 – 5:00pm to 8:00pm

Location: Blue Quill Community Hall (11304 25th Ave)

 

Please review all the information on our Indoor page before registering.  If you have any questions, please contact the SWEMSA office.

 

HOW TO REGISTER

  1. If needed, purchase a 2019/20 community league membership (valid from September 1, 2019 – August 31, 2020) from your community league, or through EFCL.
  2. Log in to your Household Account via the EMSA Soccer Portal (emsasoccerportal.com)If your address, phone #, community league name or email address has changed since you last registered in our soccer system, it must be updated before you register a player, volunteer or team official.  
    • Change in address, phone # or community league name?  From your Dashboard, (1) select Manage People on Account, (2) click on the pencil beside the name of the person you wish to update, make the corrections & save your changes.
    • Change in email address?  Contact zone.administrator@swemsa.org.
  3. If you don’t have an account, follow the step by step instructions in the Soccer Portal to create one.
  4. Register all players for the 2019/20 Indoor season.  You must register under the community where you live.  If your child wants to play in a different community, keep in mind that not all communities will have teams at every age level.  Unless you are 100% certain your community of choice will be hosting a team for your child, don’t add in a transfer request.  Just add a friend and/or a Coach request & include the community name.   For example:

    Season Information

    Season: 2019/20 Intdoor
    Request to Play Keeper: No
    I Want To Play With: Samantha Brown – Greenfield
    Coach Request: Jaxon Carrol – Greenfield

     

  5. If you are interested in volunteering as a Coach, Assistant Coach or Team Manager on your child’s team, register that player first, choose the appropriate volunteer role & then complete a Team Official registration for yourself.  If you are interested in volunteering on more than one team, you need to complete additional Team Official registrations.  Please complete all sections of the Team Official registration & add in as much detail on age level & gender, player requests, who you’d like to volunteer with etc.  Helpful hint:  In order for the registration to be completed, you have to scroll through the whole waiver & mark off at least one method of communication.

HOW TO BE AN ON-TIME PROCESSED PLAYER – NOW COMPLETE

It’s easy – supply the SWEMSA office with payment and supporting documents by Wednesday September 4, 2019 at 4:00pm.

You’ll need to provide the following supporting documents:

  1. Copy of the player registration form (for each player).
  2. 2019/20 community league membership card.
  3. Proof of birth (for each player):  birth certificate, passport, Alberta Health Care card or any other Government issued ID with a birth date.
  4. Proof of address which matches the address & parent name listed on the registration form:  parent Drivers License or current utility bill.
  5. Fee cheque payable to SWEMSA, or if you paid on-line when registering, the payment confirmation receipt(s).
  6. Volunteer deposit cheque payable to SWEMSA for the 1st child registered.  This will noted on the registration form & will cover all players on your soccer account.

*** Please Note:  Paying a registration fee on-line when registering does not mean your child will be considered “On-Time”.  You still need to meet the deadline of September 4th at 4:00pm to supply the (6) items above.

 

HOW TO BE ADDED TO THE WAIT-LIST

If you missed the on-time registration and/or payment deadline, complete the registration & provide your Community Soccer Coordinator with all the fees, deposits & supporting documents (see above).  Once received, your child’s name will be added to the wait-list & placed after all on-time paid players in the zone are on teams.  Confirmation would be sent to you after the SW Sting FC tryout results are known.

 

HELPFUL HINTS

  • Teams are formed by the Community Soccer Coordinators.
  • Consider volunteering as a Coach or Assistant Coach.
  • Before registering, read our 2019/20 Indoor Page & review our Team Formation + Refund Policy carefully.
  • When completing the registration form on line, enter as much information as possible for friend & Coach requests.  Last names are a big help!  Your Community Soccer Coordinators will do their best to accommodate your request, but they cannot be guaranteed.
  • If you made an error on the registration form, not a problem.  Contact your Community Soccer Coordinator or SWEMSA Admin & they’ll make the change for you.  Please Note:  All changes, including those to Coach & friend requests must be made by September 4 at 4:00pm in order for the Community Soccer Coordinators to have the most up to date information to form their teams.
  • Supply your Community Soccer Coordinators with all the fees, deposits & supporting documents by September 4 at 4:00pm.  Paying on-line with your credit card does not mean you’re done!!

 

 

Log in to your soccer account to register:  emsasoccerportal.com

 

On-Time processing deadline to be part of initial team formation is Wednesday September 4, 2019 at 4:00pm