NEW THIS YEAR:
With the move to odd year age groups and the introduction of U19 soccer, U5 soccer has been relocated from the east soccer centre. This year U5’s will play alternately Saturday afternoons at the ACT recreation centre and Sunday mornings at the Central Lion’s centre. U7’s are scheduled to play as mixed teams city-wide, which means travelling to the south and west soccer centres. No significant changes are planned for the U9–U19 programs.
We will have socks, shin pads, and shorts available for sales for first time players and for those who have outgrown their current apparel.
For those that have transferred from another community, please register in your home community league and request a transfer to the desired community league you would like to play in. It is recommended you attend your community league's first registration session to ensure your transfer request can be honored.
We expect many of the outdoor coaches and players will return for the indoor season. The season kicks off October 13th. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about registering for the upcoming season at email@example.com.
All players playing on a U13 and up team are required to have a player card. All coaches on U11 and up teams must be carded as well. COACHES – please direct players to obtain replacement cards for any player cards expiring prior to April 1, 2019.
EMSA will be holding carding sessions at the south soccer centre, 6520 Roper Road. Picture dates and times to be determined. Please ensure you bring government identification (birth certificate, passport, health card card, etc.) to complete the card application.
Refund cut off date : November 12th 2018.
Post season dates
The following are the dates for the post season games for the teams that will qualify:
Season games schedule :
McLeod Community League would like to acknowledge the land on which we are located is Treaty 6 territory, and is a traditional meeting ground, a travelling route and home for many Indigenous peoples such as the Cree, Blackfoot, Saulteaux, Metis and other Indigenous peoples.