2022/2023 Indoor Soccer Info
**Online Registration ONLY**
*New Players Only: If you are a new player, please register online: https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/332760
*Returning Players Only: If you are a returning player, please register online: https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/337945
*Girls Empowerment Program (U12-U15): please register online:https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/332762
1.What are the age groups, Fees ?
- U4 — Born Jan 1-June 30, 2019 —$200
- U5 — Born Jan 1-Dec 31, 2018 — $200
- U6 — Born Jan 1-Dec 31, 2017 — $250
- U7 — Born Jan 1-Dec 31, 2016 — $300
- U8 — Born Jan 1-Dec 31, 2015 — $300
- U9 — Born Jan 1-Dec 31, 2014 — $300
- U10 —Born Jan 1-Dec 31, 2013— $425
- U11 —Born Jan 1-Dec 31, 2012 — $425
- U12 —Born Jan 1-Dec 31, 2011 — $425
- U13 —Born Jan 1-Dec 31, 2010 — $425
- U14/U15 —Born Jan 1 2008-Dec 31 2009 — $450
- U16/U17 —Born Jan 1 2007-Dec 31 2006 — $450
- U19 —Born Jan 1 2004-Dec 31 2005— $475
Depending on youth age, there will be one to two practices weekly. Games dates will be different depending on youth ages as well. For more info, please refer to 2022/2023 Indoor Season parent handbook.
2. How do I pay for soccer?
Paying online is strongly encouraged. Due to COVID-19, there will be no in-person payment night. If you are paying with cash or cheque please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for payment drop off.
3. What equipment do I need?
An official “soccer kit” includes a jersey, shorts, socks and shin-guards. Players may wear running shoes or cleats for footwear. Team jerseys will be provided to wear during the games; U4 to U6 jerseys are provided by Tim Hortons and therefore MAC United will provide all the Jerseys, Shorts and Socks from U7 to U19 teams. U11+ players are required to get a CMSA card to allow them to play in CMSA regulated games. More information about CMSA cards will be communicated to parents.
4. Can I coach?
Yes! We are always in need of coaches. As a club that values giving back to the community, we appreciate that parents volunteer with us. This is also a good opportunity for the parents to spend good time with their kids on the pitch. The club will cover all the fees for training and any for any courses required by CMSA for parents to become coaches. Please email us at email@example.com if you are interested in becoming a coach.
5. Are spots limited?
Registration will be open until end of September. We highly encourage parents to register their kids and pay the fees online as early as possible so we can register teams with CMSA. If we don’t have enough players, then we won’t be able to make teams, register them with CMSA and start try-outs in a timely manner.
6. I still have questions – who do I contact?
For any inquiries please feel free to contact us at:
Phone: +1 (403) 451-8861 Ext. 3
7. 2022/2023 Indoor Season Structure
8. Girls Empowerment Program (Girls Community Soccer)
We will also have special soccer program for girls called (Girls Empowerment) where they will be playing soccer and attending a youth development program. Girls will participate in halaqas to help build their Muslim identity. This program allows for a safe space for girls to practice their soccer skills. Target ages are 12-14. During last outdoor season, we had a similar program for older girls 15 and up which will continue for this indoor season too. More info regarding registration for the Girls Empowerment program will follow!
9. How can I apply for subsidy?
To overcome any financial barriers that could prevent kids from playing an organized sport, great organizations like Kidsport offer assistance! Please check out Kidsport website for more info. If you are eligible, you can apply online or fill out the hard copy attached. Parents are required to send in the form to Kidsport and to upload any necessary documents for the application.
Please note that you will be required to pay up front and then if you are eligible and we do receive the funds from Kidsport we will reimburse you.