Outdoor League

Outdoor Season Details


OUTDOOR SEASON INFO 2022

Registration opens mid-February until early March depending on which Zone or Community Association you are registering with.
How to Register & Contacts: Click here
Zone Boundaries for U11 - U17 players: Click here
KidSport Funding - Click here - the 30th of each month
Jumpstart Funding - Click here
Mini Soccer is defined as the Under-5, Under-7, and Under-9 programs. The focus is on FUN and enjoyment of the game. No standings are kept and there are no assigned referees at this level of play. Players register and become members of their Community Association and the Community Association's register their teams with Saskatoon Youth Soccer Inc. with a fee for service in order to have league schedules created and to have one tournament organized per season. For those interested in additional training sessions they are encouraged to register with a youth soccer Zone for the Under-9 Development League. 
Youth Soccer is defined as the Under-11, Under-13, Under-15, Under-17, and Under-19 soccer programs. The Youth Leagues are competitive with standings (excluding U11), city playoffs (excluding U11), and assigned referees. Saskatoon Youth Soccer Inc. and Saskatoon Soccer Centre Inc. waives liability against Tim Hortons its officers, directors and employees.

Community - Outdoor 2022

Age
Division
Format
Players
Min / Max
#of games
Games Days
# of practices
Season Length
Community U5
Born 2017
Timbits
Coed
3v3
no keeper
5
8
8 games on grass field
+ 3 games MINI FOS Festival
+ 1 Timbit Jam
Mon or Tues
Possibility of Fridays
Allocated 
Community
Coordinator
May 2 - June 30
Community U7
Born 2015-16
Timbits
Boys/Girls
4v4 
includes keeper
(optional)
6
9
Wed or Thurs
Possibility of Fridays 
Community U9
Born 2013-14
Boys/Girls
5v5
includes keeper
7
10
8 games on grass field
+ 3 games MINI FOS Festival
Mon or Tues
Possibility of Fridays  

Zone - Outdoor 2022

Age 
Division
Format
Players
Min / Max
# Of Games / Practices
Game Days
Season Length
Zone U7
Born
2015-16
Development
League
4v4
includes keeper
(optional)
6
9
8 games
+ 3 games MINI FOS Festival
 
Practices determined by Zone
U7BD - Mon
U7GD - Tues
Possibility of Fr/Sat/Sun for all
Games:
U7-U9
May 1 - Jun 30
 
Games:
U11-U19
Apr 23 - Jun 30
 
Practices:
U7-U19
Determined
by Zone
Zone U9
Born
2013-14
Development
League
5v5
includes keeper
7
10
8 games
+ 3 games MINI FOS Festival
 
Practices determined by Zone
U9BD - Wed
U9GD - Thurs
Possibility of Fr/Sat/Sun for all
Zone U11-U19
Born 
2003-12
City League
U11: 7v7
U13-U19: 9v9
U11: 10
U13-U19: 12
U11: 13
U13-U19: 15
8 games + 
1 final match (U13-U19 ONLY)
 
Practices optional
U11-U19: Fri
Possibility of Sat/Sun for all
Zone U11
Born 
2011-12
Alliance A&B
7v7
Modified 1/2 - Outdoor Grass Fields
1/4 field - Indoor Turf
10
13
10 games
No Playoffs
No Standings
 
Practices determined by Zone
U11B-A: Mon
U11B-B: Tues
U11G-A: Thurs
U11G-B: Wed
Possibility of Fr/Sat/Sun for all
Zone U13
Born 
2009-10
Alliance A&B
9v9
1/2 field
12
15
10 games + 1 final
 
Practices determined by Zone
U13B-A: Wed
U13B-B: Thurs
U13G-A: Tues
U13G-B: Mon
Possibility of Fr/Sat/Sun for all
Zone U15
Born
2007-08
Alliance A&B
11v11
full field
14
20
10 games + 1 final
 
Practices determined by Zone
U15B-A: Mon
U15B-B: Thurs
U15G-A: Mon
U15G-B: Wed
Possibility of Fr/Sat/Sun for all
Zone U17
Born
2005-06
Zone U19
Born
2003-04
Alliance
11v11
full field
14
20
10 games + 1 final
 
Practices determined by Zone
U17B: Wed
U19B: Wed
U17G: Tues
U19G: Tues
Possibility of Fr/Sat/Sun for all
*Max roster size: U15-U19 youth teams planning to attend to the SSA S4L Youth Outdoor Provincials are advised to consult the Provincial rulebook prior to entry submission. Roster size may differ from the SYSI Rules and Regulations. If your team is given special permission by SYSI to carry a larger roster for league, that permission will not be extended to the SSA S4L Youth Outdoor Provincials. 
 
Zone - Outdoor 2022

City League:

Zone based; participants play once a week with optional training.
Zones provide optional training opportunities in which players may register for at an additional cost.

Alliance League:

Zone based; Participants play once a week with two to three training sessions per week.
Those who register for the Alliance league will have an evaluation to see if the Alliance league is the right place for them, technically, social developmentally.
League will be structured by age into juniors and seniors (numbers permitting).
Players must commit to one game per week and two additional training sessions per week to potentially be assessed and selected (if interested) to the Alliance Academy for one additional training session per week. 
 


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