U6 Indoor Program


U6 Mixed Gender Teams (Born 2012 or 2013)


For U6 player scheduleClick HERE

Please refer to our "Rules & Resources" tab for links to:
Canada Soccer - Coach's Tool Kit Stage One - Active Start (U4 & U6)
Alberta Soccer - Grassroots Community Soccer - Active Start Soccer Guide


Our U6 program is unchanged from prior years. We continue to teach age appropriate basic fundamental movement skills such as running, jumping and kicking a ball. The emphasis is on having fun while learning the basic skills.

Players should wear shorts, indoor soccer shoes, shin pads and socks which fully cover their shin pads. T-shirts are generously supplied by Tim Hortons and players keep their t-shirts at the end of the season.

For their safety players are not allowed to wear any jewellery (earrings, necklaces, bracelets, etc) during games or practices. Taping of jewellery is not sufficient to prevent player injury

Played in-house at the DCC
  • One 55 minute session per week on Saturday mornings.
    • 5 - 10 minute warm-up
    • 20 - 25 minute of drills and skill exercises
    • 20 - 25 minute game
    • 5 minute cool down
  • Small team roster sizes of about eight players
  • Play will be 4 v 4 including a sweeper/keeper who will play defence and goal if the ball reaches the goal.
  • The sweeper/keeper will be allowed to use hands only to stop the ball. The player must place the ball on the ground to be kicked out into play

Highlights of our U6 Program
  • Each session (once per week) will be a combination of skill development drills and a small sided-game
  • There will be a U6 Level Coordinator who will assist the coaches with the practice drills.
  • Drills will focus on the players getting many touches on the ball and developing the basic soccer skills of ball control, passing and shooting.
  • The drop down net will divide the pitch into two fields so that two games can occur simultaneously and use the entire half of the field and one of the goals. The second goal area will be marked on the drop down net. The boards will be in play. The game will help develop and understanding of field positioning and the rules of indoor soccer.
  • Team size targets will be adjusted from year to year in order to optimize player development with this new format.
  • The coaches will assist on the field during the games.

Remember the most important skill: HAVE FUN! 

Upcoming Events


Apr. 26, 2018 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Timbit Jersey Pick UP
MSA Office 10013 - 96 Ave (located across from the water tower)
Jersey pick up for U3 - U9 players

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Apr. 28, 2018 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM

Timbit Jersey Pick Up
MSA Office 10013 96 Ave (located across from the water tower)
Pic up your jersey for U3-U9 players

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May. 04, 2018

Soccer Office is closed
MSA office is open but the soccer coordinator will not be in the office.

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