Fort Saskatchewan Soccer
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Outdoor Registration - February  1 to 28  ***  Indoor Registration - July 1 to August 31

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Program Information - Indoor

                
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Indoor Program


Before registering a player for the indoor soccer season please read the following information to determine the appropriate league and associated commitment level which best suits your and the player's level of interest.

Player placement in our Community Programs is based on a "first come/first served" basis and team placement in a particular league is based on the majority of requests. When there is more than one team in a particular program there will be player assessments in order to balance the teams' skill level. Practice times are set by each teams' coach(es).

U4 to U8 schedules are determine by Fort Saskatchewan Soccer.

U10 to U18 game schedule are determine by the league(s) in which our teams play. League information is also subject to changes by the leagues(s) in which our teams play.

Please also see our detail description pages (tabs) at left for more information about programs for each U-level.

All players practice in Fort Saskatchewan.

U4 level players will play once a week at the Dow Centennial Centre (DCC) in Fort Saskatchewan. 

U6 level players will play once weekly at the DCC.

U8 level players
will play twice weekly at the DCC.

U10 level players play on Fort Saskatchewan teams which are guest teams in the Sherwood Park (SPDSA)
     League. Their games are in both the DCC and Millennium Place in Sherwood Park. 

    Please note that this is a non-competitive league format which focuses on skill development and has no official
    games results recorded or league standings kept.

U12 community players can choose to have their team play as a guest team in either the Sherwood Park
    (SPDSA) League or Edmonton (EMSA) Community League. 
    
    If the team plays as a guest team in:
    Sherwood Park League - practices are at the DCC and their games will be at both the DCC & Millennium Place.
        Please note that this is a non-competitive league format which focuses on skill development and has no official games results recorded or league standings kept.

    Edmonton (EMSA) Community League - practices are at the DCC and games are in Edmonton Soccer Centers.
       Typically there are 15 games, one per week in the season. EMSA re-pools all teams twice during the season
        to ensure that competing teams are of a similar skill level. Teams are then placed into tiers from 4 through
        9. The third round of games also includes the ability for all teams to compete for a place in the Edmonton
        City Finals around the end of February in whatever tier the team happens to end up playing in.      
    
U14 community players play on guest teams in the Edmonton (EMSA) Community League. Their
     practices are at the DCC and their games are in Edmonton.


     EMSA re-pools all teams twice during the season to ensure that competing teams are of a similar skill 
     level. Teams are then placed into tiers from 4 through 9. The third round of games also includes the
     ability for all teams to compete for a place in the Edmonton City Finals around the end of February in
     whatever tier the team happens to end up playing in.  


U16 and U18 community players play on guest teams in the Edmonton (EMSA) Community League. Their
     practices are at the DCC and their games are in Edmonton.


     EMSA re-pools all teams twice during the season to ensure that competing teams are of a similar skill 
     level. Teams are then placed into tiers from 4 through 9. The third round of games also includes the
     ability for all teams to compete for a place in the Edmonton City Finals around the end of February in
     whatever tier the team happens to end up playing in.  


Youth Tier 3 Teams
Youth Tier 3 teams will be offered if, during the registration process, there is enough player and coach interest for these programs. A community package must be chosen in addition to Tier 3 tryouts during registration. 

There will be tryouts at the levels at which have sufficient registrations to offer Tier 3. Any player not present at tryouts or who doesn't make the Tier 3 cut will play in a Fort Saskatchewan Soccer community program.

Tier 3 players/teams will have additional fees (for practices and league fees) which will be collected when the teams are finalized. Tier 3 teams require greater commitment to games and practices than do the community teams. Tier 3 players will be expected to attend extra practices and all games.
 

Adult Programs  
Fort Saskatchewan Soccer supports Soccer for Life and supports the expansion of adult programs. In the past seasons, Fort Saskatchewan Soccer had a competitive men's team which played in EDSA and a coed recreational group which plays at the DCC. 
Our adult competitive and coed recreational programs will be continuing in the 2017/18 indoor season.

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