Fri
Oct
23
05:15 PM
Hollandia Lockwood
Hollandia Collins
Fri
Oct
23
05:15 PM
Eastside Real
Aurora Galaxy
Fri
Oct
23
05:30 PM
SUSC Scorpions
SUSC Impact
Fri
Oct
23
05:30 PM
Eastside Storm
Eastside Mercury
Fri
Oct
23
05:45 PM
Eastside Man City
Lakewood U15G2
Fri
Oct
23
05:45 PM
Aurora Horizon
VUSC Rovers
Fri
Oct
23
06:00 PM
Willowgrove Eagles
Evergreen Aspen Ridge Tigers
Fri
Oct
23
06:00 PM
Fri
Oct
23
06:30 PM
Hollandia Carey
Hollandia Tessmann
Fri
Oct
23
06:30 PM
Lakewood U13B1
Lakewood U13B3
Tue
Oct
20
06:30 PM
Eastside United
Aurora Renegades
2
4
Tue
Oct
20
07:45 PM
Aurora Ice
Eastside Barca
0
7
Tue
Oct
20
07:45 PM
Eastside Bilbao
Aurora Dynamite
2
2
Tue
Oct
20
08:00 PM
VUSC Fusion
Hollandia Rtimi
3
1
Tue
Oct
20
08:15 PM
Lakewood U19B-1
Aurora Celtics
7
4
Tue
Oct
20
08:15 PM
Hollandia Tressel
Hollandia Pechawis
0
1
Tue
Oct
20
09:00 PM
Aurora Impact
Aurora Eclipse
4
3
Tue
Oct
20
09:15 PM
Hollandia United 03
Aurora Majestics
2
2
Tue
Oct
20
09:30 PM
Lakewood U19B-2
Lakewood U19B-3
0
7
Tue
Oct
20
09:30 PM
Lakewood U19G2-1
Lakewood U19G2-2
3
2

Frequent Questions


Frequent Questions

Rules & Regulations  Where/How Do I Register? 
  • Under 5, Under 7, and Under 9 age groups register with their local Community Associations. The Community Associations then register the teams with Saskatoon Youth Soccer Inc.
  • Under 9 Development players register with any zone (players are encouraged to register with the zone in which they reside in as this is the zone they will be playing in for Under-11).
  • Under 11, Under 13, Under 15, and Under 17 players register in their home soccer zone. The zones then register teams with Saskatoon Youth Soccer Inc. * Under 9 Development may register with any zone but they are strongly encouraged to register with their zone of residence because that is where they will have to register come Under 11.
  • Under 19 players are free to register with any zone of their choosing.
  • Adults can contact Saskatoon Adult Soccer Inc. at 306-975-3427 for more information.
  • Every season SYSI sets a soccer registration period. Normally registration for Outdoor Soccer takes place mid-February to early-March and registration for Indoor Soccer takes place mid-August to early-September. Watch for information in the Leisure Guides; School, Community Association and Zone newsletters; the local newspaper; various websites; and for signs in your community.
  • If you missed the designated registration nights you can contact the SYSI office at 975-3413 and we will help you find the appropriate person to contact.
What Zone do I live in?

Each Zone is defined by city neighborhoods below:
  • Zone 1: Saskatoon United Soccer Club includes the following neighborhoods:
    • Airport Business Area
    • Confederation Park & Confederation SC
    • Dundonald
    • Fairhaven
    • Hampton Village
    • Kensington
    • Massey Place
    • Meadowgreen
    • Montgomery Place
    • Mount Royal
    • Pacific Heights
    • Parkridge
    • Pleasant Hill
    • Westview
  • Zone 2: Hollandia International Soccer Club includes the following neighborhoods:
    • Caswell Hill
    • Central Business District
    • City Park
    • Forest Grove
    • Hudson Bay Park
    • Kelsey-Woodlawn
    • Lawson Heights
    • Lawson Heights SC
    • Mayfair, North Park
    • Richmond Heights
    • River Heights
    • Silverspring
    • Silverwood Heights
    • Sutherland & Sutherland Industrial
    • Westmount
  • Zone 3: Aurora Soccer Club includes the following neighborhoods:
    • Arbor Creek
    • Aspen Ridge
    • Brighton
    • Erindale
    • Evergreen
    • University Heights SC
    • Willowgrove
  • Zone 4: Lakewood Soccer Association includes the following neighborhoods:
    • Clavet
    • Blackstrap
    • Brevoort Park
    • Briarwood
    • College Park
    • East College Park
    • Lakeridge
    • Lakeview
    • Lakewood SC
    • Rosewood
    • Wildwood
  • Zone 5: Eastside Youth Soccer Association includes the following neighborhoods:
    • Adelaide Park / Churchill
    • Avalon
    • Buena Vista
    • Dundurn
    • Eastview
    • Exhibition
    • Greystone Heights
    • Grosvenor Park
    • Haultain
    • Holiday Park
    • Holliston
    • King George
    • Nutana
    • Nutana Park South
    • Nutana SC
    • Queen Elizabeth
    • Riversdale, Stonebridge
    • South Corman Park 
    • U of S Lands South MA and MA
    • Varsity View
    • The Willows
When does the season begin and how long is the season?
  • Indoor soccer normally is played from mid-October - early March for U11 - U19 teams. U5 - U9 teams normally don’t start until the third week of October and play until mid-March.
  • Outdoor soccer begins at the start of May for U5 - U9 teams play games until the end of June. Outdoor soccer starts the 2nd last weekend of April for all U11 - U19 teams and runs until late-June. The U13, U15, U17 age groups also partake in the Provincial Soccer League (PSL) on scheduled weekdays & weekends around the province from May to July.The champion team in the U15 and U17 girls and boys divisions represnts the province at club nationals in October.
Where will the games be played?

Indoor Soccer:
  • U5 play a minimum of 10 games in elementary school gymnasiums with an additional 5 games on turf (one Sunday per month at SaskTel Sports Centre).
  • U7 play 10 games at the Henk Ruys Soccer Centre with two games on one field (one game takes up 1/2 of the field) with another 5 games on turf (one Sunday per month at SaskTel Sports Centre)
  • U9 play a total of 10 games at the Henk Ruys Soccer Centre with two games on one field (one game takes up 1/2 of the field) with another 5 games on turf (one Sunday per month at SaskTel Sports Centre) 
  • U9 Development teams play a total of 15 games at the SaskTel Sports Centre with two games on one field (one game takes up 1/2 of the field). Practices also take place at the soccer centres and two teams share one field.
  • U11 play 20 games with 15 games played at the SaskTel Sports Centre and 5 games played at the Saskatoon Kinsmen Henk Ruys Soccer Centre with live boards as well as 18 practices at both soccer centres with two teams sharing a field.
  • U13 play 20 games plus 1st vs 2nd final at the SaskTel Sports Centre with 18 practices at both soccer centres with two teams sharing a field.
  • U15 play 18 games  plus 1st vs 2nd final at the SaskTel Sports Centre with 18 practices at both soccer centres with two teams sharing a field.
  • U19 play 18 games  plus 1st vs 2nd final at the SaskTel Sports Centre with 18 practices at both soccer centres with two teams sharing a field.
  • Provincial competitions for U15 - U19 teams are offered each season. 
Outdoor Soccer:
  • U5, U7 and U9 receive 8 games and are played on lined green space in the City of Saskatoon green spaces.
  • U11 - U19 receive 10 games and are played on the City of Saskatoon natural grass sports fields and the artifcial turf fields at the SaskTel Sports Centre.
  • Provincial competitions for U15 - U19 teams are offered each season. 
How much does it cost to register for soccer?
  • Saskatoon Youth Soccer Inc charges each Zone and Community Association per team they register. To find out the exact cost per player you would have to contact the Zone or Community Association you plan to register with.
What equipment is required to play soccer?
  • Usual equipment of a player is a jersey (normally supplied by the team), shorts, socks, shin guards and footwear.
  • U11 - U19 players are required to wear shin guards.
  • A player shall not wear anything that is dangerous to another player.
  • Cleats are not allowed on indoor smooth hardcourt surfaces.
Is the SYSI office open over the lunch hour?
  • Yes, the SYSI office is open Monday through Friday from 10:00am - 4:30pm.
How do I book fields?
  • To book indoor fields at Saskatoon Kinsmen Henk Ruys Soccer Centre or SaskTel Sports Centre or to book outdoor artificial turf fields at SaskTel Sports Centre call the Saskatoon Soccer Centres Booking Administrator at 306-975-3423. To book outdoor natural grass fields call the City of Saskatoon Allocations Office at 306-975-3366.
How do I become a referee?
  • Each season the Saskatoon and District Soccer Referees Association hold referee clinics. You can contact the SDSRA by clicking here
What level of coaching certification do I require?
  • For upcoming coach clinic information click here
Under 5 Active Start certification (recommended - but not required)
Respect in Sport certification
Under 7
Under 9
Fundamentals certification
Making Ethical Decisions (MED) Course
Making Ethical Decisions (MED) Online Evaluation
Respect in Sport certification
Under 11
Under 13
Learn to Train certification
Making Ethical Decisions (MED) Course
Making Ethical Decisions (MED) Online Evaluation
Respect in Sport certification

Under 15
Under 17
Under 19
Soccer for Life certification
Making Ethical Decisions (MED) Course
Making Ethical Decisions (MED) Online Evaluation
Making Head way in Soccer
Respect in Sport certification

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