Kids In the Park


ABOUT the Program:

Saskatoon Youth Soccer Inc. is proud to announce our 17th summer of the O’Reilly Insurance and Financial Services and The Co-operators Kids In the Park summer soccer program. This drop-in program was developed to create soccer programming during the summer months free of charge in 44 park locations throughout Saskatoon close to home for boys and girls of all ages.  This program is intended to keep kids active and increase the enjoyment and participation of soccer by reducing financial & transportation barriers and providing positive mature role models.  This program also aims to increase the soccer "hype" during the summer leading into the indoor season for current and potential future soccer players. The first 200 participants will receive a FREE soccer ball compliments of Tim Hortons. Each child will receive a participant certificate throughout at the completion of a session. The program is coordinated by certified soccer coaches with the ambition to make soccer fun and enjoyable in the designated neighborhood parks!
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DAILY Schedule - complete schedule listing site visits each day
NEIGHBORHOOD Schedule - complete schedule listing site visits for each neighbourhood
Neighborhood Posters:
Adelaide Churchill
Adelaide Park
12 Mackenzie Cres
Ernest Lindner Park
530 Rogers Rd
Crocus Park
305 Waterbury Rd
Pacific Hts
Pacific Park
3620 Centennial Dr
Alexander MacGillivray Park
812 Gordon Rd
John Lake Park
2602 Broadway Ave
Funk Park
628 Manek Rd
Lakeview Park
203 Whiteshore Cres
Parkridge Park
1235 McCormack Rd
Sutherland Park
120 - 113th St
Brevoort Park
Brevoort Park
3 Webb Cres
Thornton Park
118 Isabella St
Lawson Hts
Rochdale Park
748 Redberry Rd
Pleasant Hill
Pleasant Hill Park
208 Ave U South
Westmount Park
306 Ave L North
Briarwood Park
602 Briarwood Rd
Herbert S. Sears Park
495 Forrester Rd
Massey Place
Archibald McDonald Park
3110 Massey Dr
Queen Elizabeth
W.W. Ashley Park
1806 Albert Ave
Westview Hts
Dr. Seager Wheeler Park
2304 Richardson Rd
Buena Vista
Buena Vista Park
1304 Victoria Ave
Forest Grove
Les Kerr Park
501 - 115th St E
A.H. Browne Park
1603 Ave D North
River Hts
Robert Hunter East Park
60 Ravine Dr
Wildwood Park 
203 Rosedale Rd
Caswell Hill
Ashworth Holmes Park
415 31st St W
Greystone Hts
Greystone Heights Park
2711 Main St
Meadowgreen Park
18th St West & Ave Y
Optimist Park
413 Ave J South
Wallace Park 
805 Stensrud Rd
College Park
Dr. Herzberg Park
133 Campion Cres
Hampton Village
Al Anderson Park
1087 Hampton Circle
Montgomery Park
Caen St & Crerar Dr
Colette Bourgonje School
169 Olson Lane West
Parc Canada Park
24 Pearson Pl
Holiday Park
Boughton Park
1246 Schulyer St
Mount Royal
Mount Royal Park
1723 Rusholme Rd
Silverspring Hts
Silverspring Park
738 Konihowski Rd
East College Park
Sidney L. Buckwold Park
4215 Degeer St
Holliston Park
3rd St & Sommerfeld Ave
North Park
North Park
1416 7th Ave N
Silverwood Hts
St Angela School
302 Russell Rd
James Anderson Park
1100 East Centre
King George
St Andrew Park
801 Ave M South
Albert Park
508 Clarence Ave
South Nutana
Harold Tatler South Park
2520 Jarvis Dr

Weather Guidelines:

Thunder/Lightning - When thunder is heard or lightning spotted the program will be paused for 30 minutes with all participants to seek shelter. If no subsequent thunder or lightning occurs in that 30 minutes then the program will resume for whatever time is remaining.
Extreme Heat - When the humidex (feels like temperature) reaches 34 degrees or greater, the program will be shortened to a 40-minute session for the safety of all participants, frequent water breaks will be implemented, and activity will take place in shade wherever possible. 
Air Quality - When air quality reaches a 7 rating or greater, the program will be shortened to a 40-minute session for the safety of all participants, frequent water breaks will be implemented, and activity will be kept at a low to very low intensity level.

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THANK YOU BUSINESS SPONSORS, IN-KIND PARTNERS, and GRANT PROVIDERS: We would like to sincerely thank the following businesses and grant providers for making this free program financially possible: O'Reilly Insurance and Financial Services & The Co-operators, RE/MAX Bridge City Realty, Nu-Trend Industries Inc. & Carrier, Affinity Credit Union, Merlin Ford Lincoln, Virtus Group LLP,  Saskatoon Adult Soccer, MN Fence + Deck, Panago Pizza, Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA), Tim Hortons, CTV Saskatoon, Rawlco Radio, Saskatchewan Soccer Association, Community Initiatives Fund Summer Grant, and the City of Saskatoon Saskatchewan Lotteries Grant for their help in funding and partnering with our Kids In the Park summer soccer program!

Saskatoon Youth Soccer wishes to thank O’Reilly Insurance and Financial Services and The Co-operators for returning as the program’s Title Sponsor for a fifth summer with a financial contribution of $6,000. “Our donation helps address important community needs,” explains Declan O’Reilly, financial advisor for The Co-operators. “Guided by our co-operative principles, we invest our profits into action and advocacy that makes the world a better place.” The funding was provided by O’Reilly Insurance and Financial Services with the support of The Co-operators Advisor Community Fund which provided the following sentiments: “We demonstrate our commitment to sustainability and showcase our leadership in the community. The Co-operators staff and financial advisors have been making Canadian communities safer, healthier and more resilient for decades. As a co-operative, our commitment to communities is an operating principle that inspires us to act, provide support and raise awareness when there’s a need.” The Co-operators Group Limited is a Canadian co-operative with more than $44.0 billion in assets under administration. Through its group of companies, it offers home, auto, life, group, travel, commercial and farm insurance, as well as investment products. The Co-operators is well known for its community involvement and its commitment to sustainability. The Co-operators is ranked as the Corporate Knights' #1 Best 50 Corporate Citizen in Canada and listed among the Best Employers in Canada by Aon Hewitt. For more information, visit








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