OUTDOOR SOCCER 2021

As soon as AHS allows, we are eager to be able to offer your soccer player the opportunity to hit the pitch this summer!  Don't miss out, register now.

Registration has started for the outdoor 2021 season. Late fees and waiting lists will be implemented after April 15th, 2021. The tentative start date for the season is May 15, 2021.

BSA will offer one of the following two potential scenarios for the 2021 outdoor soccer season.  The final decision will be made closer to the start of the season and will be based on any Alberta Health Services (AHS) restrictions that are in place at that time:

 

  1. technical training and scrimmages within a cohort/team; no games against other cohorts/teams
  2. a (mostly) regular season; practice sessions, technical training and regular games against other cohort/teams

 

Should all AHS restrictions be lifted completely, we will run a regular season without cohorts!

Until we know which scenario we will be able to implement, we will not be collecting fees upon initial registration.

Last season we had to limit the number of players allowed on each team. This was due to cohorts and restrictions by AHS. Should this occur again, players registered first will be placed on teams first. Others will be placed on waiting lists. Anyone who registers after April 15, will be placed on a wait list.

Register early to avoid disappointment.

If AHS cancels youth sports again and there are applicable refunds, they will be pro-rated depending on a number of factors including games played, ASA/EMSA fees, insurance fees etc..

IT'S ALL IN THE DETAILS

We kindly ask that you read through all of the following information before reaching out to our administrator.  We have tried our best to provide all of the required information that you will need for the upcoming season.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO PLAY?

Fees will NOT be collected until closer to the start of the season when we can determine which scenario BSA will be able to use.  BSA will send a payment notification requests when payments are due.

The following fees will apply:

U5 (born in 2016-2017) $140 either scenario

U7 (born in 2014-2015) $175 either scenario

U9 (born in 2012-2013) scenario one = $175 or scenario two = $230

U11 (born in 2010-2011) scenario one = $175 or scenario two = $250

U13 (born in 2008-2009) scenario one = $175 or scenario two = $275

U15 (born in 2006-2007) scenario one = $175 or scenario two = $275

U17 (born in 2004-2005) scenario one = $175 or scenario two = $275

U19 (born in 2002-2003) scenario one = $175 or scenario two = $275

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U4 Splitting the defence
U4 Ready for a new drill

WHEN DO WE PLAY?

The following are TENTATIVE game days for the different age groups. Additional practices and/or technical sessions are not able to be scheduled until coaching staff are in place:

 

U5 - one hour on Saturday mornings at either 9:30 a.m. or 11 a.m. (start time may change each week); location will be in Beaumont


U7 - Monday & Wednesday; coach led practices for 30-40 minutes with small games the end of each one hour session; location will be in Beaumont


U9 BOYS - Monday or Wednesday; one game per week to be played in Beaumont or Edmonton; one coach led practice and one technical session will also be scheduled in Beaumont each week

U9 GIRLS - Tuesday or Thursday; one game per week to be played in Beaumont or Edmonton; one coach led practice and one technical session will be also scheduled in Beaumont each week


U11 - Monday & Wednesday; games to be played in Beaumont or Edmonton; one coach led practice and one technical session will also be scheduled in Beaumont each week


U13 - Tuesday & Thursday; games to be played in Beaumont or Edmonton; one coach led practice and one technical session will also be scheduled in Beaumont each week


U15 - Monday & Wednesday; games to be played in Beaumont or Edmonton; one coach led practice and one technical session will also be scheduled in Beaumont each week


U17 - Sunday & Thursday; games to be played in Beaumont or Edmonton; one coach led practice and one technical session will also be scheduled in Beaumont each week


U19 - Sunday & Tuesday; games to be played in Beaumont or Edmonton; one coach led practice and one technical session will also be scheduled in Beaumont each week

2019 U9B (Netelenbos) City Finals Champs - Gold

WHERE DO WE VOLUNTEER?

BSA will not be collecting volunteer deposit cheques this season and will not be having volunteer commitments for every soccer family.  In lieu of a volunteer commitment, we are asking every registered soccer player to donate a large bag of beverage containers to a BSA account that will be set up at the local bottle depot.

Starting April 15th, bottles can be brought in directly to the bottle depot in Beaumont.  Ask to record your donation on the Bottle Depot fundraiser log for BSA!  Please encourage friends, family & neighbors to donate their bottles to the BSA bottle drive.

There will be more info to come.  BSA greatly appreciates your support & bottle donations!

2017 U10G (Koehler) City Finals - Silver

WHAT WILL WE NEED TO PLAY?

FOOTWEAR

U5 players are NOT allowed to wear cleats. Regular running shoes are fine. Too many accidents occur when the little ones run over other players’ fingers when they fall down.

U7-U19 kids can wear the rubber or plastic style cleats.

Hard metal style cleats are NOT allowed in soccer.

SHINS

Shin guards are mandatory for every player in every age group.

Socks that cover the shin guards are required (socks will be provided to all age groups within BSA).

UNIFORM

BSA supplies a jersey, a pair of shorts and a pair of socks to every player and these items are theirs to keep at the end of the season!

EQUIPMENT

BSA supplies all coaches will soccer balls, pylons, pinnies, and collapsible nets for the younger age groups or mesh nets to hang on the goal posts for the older age groups.

OTHER

A good attitude!  The player who shows up ready and tries their best every time, is sure to learn and enjoy playing the beautiful game of soccer!

HOW DO WE REGISTER?

We have changed our registration process.

It is imperative that you complete these steps in order for your registration to be counted:

 

  1. Register For EMSA Main/Alberta Soccer HERE
  2. Once you receive an email for payment, return to this page and proceed to step 3
  3. Register for TeamSnap (link will be provided when payments are due)

Fees will NOT be collected until closer to the start of the season when we can determine which scenario BSA will be able to use.  BSA will send a payment notification requests when payments are due.

If you still have a question, please contact admin@beaumontsoccer.com

game-on

“Talent without working hard is nothing.”

– Cristiano Ronaldo