Indoor season registration is July 15 to Sept 5. Outdoor season registration is Feb 1 to 28. Late registrations may be accepted if there are teams needing players. Late fees will apply.
To register with Fort Saskatchewan Soccer individuals/families must be in good standing with Fort Saskatchewan Soccer and other sports within the Fort Saskatchewan Minor Sports Association (FSMSA). Individuals/families in bad standing are prohibited from registering with FSMSA sports.
Community program placement is on a first come / first served basis. Player registration must be complete before a player is considered eligible to be put on a team. Player registration is considered incomplete until all fees are paid. Once fees are paid players will be eligible for team placement if any positions are still available.
Placement on premier teams is by tryout. Players interested in premier must register for premier tryouts on the website. Any player not present at tryouts or who doesn't make the premier team and wants to play on a Fort Saskatchewan Soccer community team should register for the community program during the registration period to ensure a spot on the community team.
Players must play in their appropriate age group unless exceptional circumstances are determined by our technical committee. A Player Movement Request form must be submitted during registration. Requests are reviewed after registration closes. Please see our Policy 1210 - Player Movement Policy (found in the Information/Policies, Rules and Regs tab) and the Player Movement Request form (found under the Forms tab).
If a player is registered in the wrong age group Fort Saskatchewan Soccer will move the child to the correct age group. Should the correct age group be full at the time the registration error is detected, your registration will be refunded per our standard refund policy.
Our Policy 1220 - Withdrawals, Cancellations and Refunds can be found under the Information/Polices, Rules and Regs tab. Also see the "Registration" sub-tab - "Withdrawals & Refunds".
In situations where we receive sufficient registered players to create multiple teams in a program at age levels U9 and above, we will place the players by their birth year on a team so we can keep the players together in future seasons. E.g. All first year players will be on one team and all second year players on another.
Team related special requests and concerns are to be identified on the online registration form. Fort Saskatchewan Soccer will only review team related special requests and concerns submitted during the registration process. Special requests submitted in any format after the registration will not be reviewed. Reviewing a request does not mean a request can be granted. Special requests for the development programs are not applicable.
League information is subject to changes by the league(s) in which our teams play. Game schedule are determined by the league(s) in which our teams play.
The $100 Jersey deposit cheques for U9 to U19 league team players are collected by coaches prior to jersey distribution. For the indoor season cheques are dated March 1. For the outdoor season cheques are to be dated July 1 and payable to the Fort Saskatchewan Minor Sports Association. U5 and U7 players do not provide a jersey deposit cheque. Cheques are cashed when jerseys are not returned or if jerseys are returned damaged or not clean.
Fort Saskatchewan Soccer (FSS) is a not for profit, volunteer driven organization dedicated to providing all children & youth within the City of Fort Saskatchewan and surrounding areas, a quality soccer program. As one of two original member sports, of the Fort Saskatchewan Minor Sports Association, FSS has continuously strived to deliver both indoor and outdoor soccer activities.
FSS offers two platforms for both indoor and outdoor programs: The Arsenal Soccer Program for kids playing in the under 11 to 19 age levels (U11 to U19), and the Timbits Soccer Program for kids playing in the under 3 to 9 age levels (U3 to U9). All FSS participants are encouraged to have fun and support each other both on and off the field/pitch, regardless of any differences of experience in soccer and/or lifestyle or backgrounds as a whole.
It is the philosophy of FSS, to create an environment where participants learn skill development, sportsmanship, positive attitude and respect for themselves, other participants and officials. FSS endeavours to be an inclusive program, in which sportsmanship and fair play are promoted within the games and structured practice sessions, and where intolerance, bullying and discrimination or shaming of any sort is never acceptable.
Office: 10013 - 96 Avenue (side of Jubilee Recreation Centre), Fort Saskatchewan T8L 1P9 Mailing Address: Fort Saskatchewan Soccer, PO Box 3071, Fort Saskatchewan T8L 2T1