Registration is Mar 1-31. Link to registration is at the bottom of the this page.
Please read the information on this page before registering.
Following the current ASA and AHS COVID-19 guidelines, we are planning to offer an in-house technical training program as well as the usual community league and premier league programs for our U11-19 players. The Timbit programs will remain the same as other seasons. Please see Program Information for further information on these programs.
If you are a member of a soccer cohort according to Alberta Soccer you cannot be part of another soccer cohort. If a player wants to switch cohorts, they may do so, but they will need to self-isolate for 14 days first. Alberta Health Services does not recommend you being part of any other cohort. So, as an example if you play school basketball, you can only play school basketball, not basketball and soccer. The reason for this is to be able to trace the virus if it becomes an issue. The more cohorts you belong to the harder it becomes to conduct contact tracing.
If the season is cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances (e.g. global health pandemic, act of god), a refund will be issued, based on the following:
Registration and Payment
Registration and payment are online only; there are no in-person registration dates. We do not take registrations at the Fort Sask Registration Day event. Anyone requiring special payment arrangements (KidSport/Jump Start) should contact our office, during soccer hours. Anyone requiring to pay in cash or by cheque needs to register by phone during soccer hours, Monday and Thursday, 11:30 - 3:30. The last day to register by phone is Wednesday, Mar 31, 11:30-3:30. If the office is not open, please leave a voice message and we will do the registration on the next office day.
With the uncertainty of the season that COID-19 brings, you will be charged a $50 deposit plus the volunteer deposit when you register with the balance of the registration and fundraising fees being charged to your credit card on April 30.
All U11-19 players must choose a program, Technical Training or Community league for the registration to be considered complete.
In order to make fundraising equitable for all soccer families, a $25 mandatory fundraising fee for raffle tickets will be added to the registration once per athlete.
The refundable $100 volunteer deposit will be added to your payment during registration (once per family). The $100 deposit will be refunded to your credit card when you complete you volunteer commitment.
Players must register and play in their appropriate age level unless exceptional circumstances are determined by our Technical Committees. For more information refer to our Policy 1210: Player Movement. You must sumbit an Online Player Movement Request
Only special requests which are made during online registration will be reviewed. Reviewing a request does not mean it can be granted.
Player placement in all Community Programs is based on a "first come / first served" basis. Once a roster is full, we will open up a wait list for you to register your child on and will move players off the waiting list once we have enough players or coaches to make another team for that division.
Player placement for premier programs is based on tryouts. You must register for tryouts Fort Saskatchewan Soccer : Website by RAMP InterActive (fortsasksoccer.ca) Player assessments and premier tryouts schedules are TBD. Any player not present at tryouts or who doesn't make the premier and wants to play on a Fort Saskatchewan Soccer community team should register for the community program during the registration
We are dependent on weather and field conditions as to when practices and our leagues will start. U3 to U19 Tier 4 (Community) and U11 Premier Leagues/Programs usually run May and June with U11-19 Provincials for U13 to U19 community Tri-County teams in mid July. U13 Premier Programs usually run May to July with Provincials in mid August. Game and Practice Schedules will be available in May.
Due to COVID-19, the season may start later and go a little longer. Community and premier leagues are tentatively starting May 15. Community teams may play into July and premier teams may play into August. Provincials are TBD for the outdoor season.
Please review these links for additional information.
Member Code of Conduct - Zero Tolerance Policy. All soccer members agree to the Code of Conduct during registration. Inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated. Violations of the Code of Conduct can result in suspension or expulsion. All MSA sports (soccer, hockey, lacrosse, baseball, fastball, ringette, gymnastics and judo) are governed by the Fort Saskatchewan Minor Sports Association (FSMSA) Code of Conduct - Zero Tolerance Policy. Anyone in bad standing with one FSMSA sport is not allowed to register with another FSMSA sport
Contact Carol, our Soccer Sport Coordinator for more information via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 780-913-4003.
NOTE: All U11-19 players must choose a program, Technical Training or Community league for the registration to be considered complete in addition to the required Fundraising Fee package which will automatically be added to the registration.