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Outdoor soccer registration for ages five (U4) to nineteen years old (U19), birth years 2017 to 2002. Northside Soccer is a Calgary NorthWest City League Soccer program open to players from all communities.

Competitive (CMSA):  Click here for more information and to register.

Recreational / Training:  Click here for more information and to register.

Due to COVID and possible restrictions on the program, a welcome letter will be sent out ~1 week before the program starts in May.

As of today, the guidelines are:  "...Groups of 10 individuals, including all coaches and trainers, will be allowed to participate in outdoor group training..."

With regards to the COVID-19 pandemic, Calgary Northside Soccer will follow the guidelines set out by the governing bodies of soccer.

Below is the last notification sent by CMSA on April 8, 2021 at 8:18pm.  We will continue to update the website as news is relayed to us:

Hello all,

Please see the updated notice from Alberta Soccer Associating regarding the GOA decision to not allow the splitting of fields. This decision was reversed late this afternoon.

Through significant public pressure from within the greater sport community (including what I am told is thousands of soccer people) and with support from Alberta Health we have managed to push the GOA back into allowing field splitting in the manner that was previously being used under the 8&2 model...

https://www.alberta.ca/enhanced-public-health-measures.aspx?utm_source=google&utm_medium=sem&utm_campaign=Covid19&utm_term=newmeasures&utm_content=ap2&gclid=CjwKCAjw07qDBhBxEiwA6pPbHsVDly0zk4lE8hX6Utwrge9kHdrSM7JS5SSIlD4p0AtP2gSPSxK08RoCNpwQAvD_BwE

Safety requirements

  • Maximum of 10 total individuals, including all coaches, trainers, and participants.
    • Indoor and outdoor playing surfaces (for example, arena, field, court or swimming pool) may be occupied by more than one youth group, as long as 3-metres of physical distancing can be maintained between groups of 10 and the groups do not intermingle.
  • Physical distancing must be maintained between participants at all times:
    • 3 metres physical distance for indoor activities
    • 2 metres physical distance for outdoor activities
    • coaches or trainers may enter physical distancing space for brief interactions with participants (for example, to correct form or technique)

CMSA

With regards to the COVID-19 pandemic, Calgary Northside Soccer will follow the guidelines set out by the governing bodies of soccer.

Hi Soccer Enthusiasts,

Hope you are well.  CNS received an email update today.  Due to the short notice, we will be cancelling the session tonight.

CNS will arrange for replacement sessions so only a group of 10 will occupy the entire field.  Stay tuned...

Stay safe & healthy, CNS Administration

Below is the last notification sent by CMSA on April 8, 2021.  We will continue to update the website as news is relayed to us:

Good Morning Admins & TDs;

Late last night Alberta Soccer received and update on the field splitting guidelines for indoor spaces from the Government of Alberta.

“In accordance with the return to step 1 of the re-opening plan there is no allowance for splitting indoor fields for 8 & 2 group training.

As of today, April 8, 2021, INDOOR FIELD SPLITTING IS NOT ALLOWED. For outdoor spaces we can continue to use space through splitting as long as physical distancing at a minimum of 3 meters between training groups is maintained. Please see the specific language from the GOA below;

  • Only one youth group can occupy an indoor playing surface at a time (for example, arenas, fields, courts or pools).
  • An outdoor playing surface (for example, arena, field, court or swimming pool) may be occupied by more than one youth group, as long as 3-metres of physical distancing can be maintained between groups of 10 and the groups do not intermingle.”

Thanks, CMSA

With regards to the COVID-19 pandemic, Calgary Northside Soccer will follow the guidelines set out by the governing bodies of soccer.

ABBA facility is now set-up to accommodate training as outlined by the governing bodies.  The indoor program will restart on February 25, 2021.

Please be sure to refresh and check the schedule regularly as CNS will pick up as many indoor sessions as possible.  Link to Indoor Schedule.

With regards to the COVID-19 pandemic, Calgary Northside Soccer will follow the guidelines set out by the governing bodies of soccer.  CNS has contacted the facility and are waiting to hear back if and/or when they will be opening.  Stay tuned...

Below is the last notification sent by CMSA on February 6, 2021.  We will continue to update the website as news is relayed to us:

Good morning Club Presidents, TDs, and admins,

Happy Saturday!

Today, Feb. 6, 2021, Dr. Hinshaw and Minister Shandro announced that effective Monday, Feb. 8, 2021, limited team sports training will be allowed in the Step 1 ease of restrictions.

Under these new guidelines:

  • Groups of 10 individuals, including all coaches and trainers, will be allowed to participate in indoor and outdoor group training.

Details on Feb. 6, 2021, Government of Alberta announcement:

This is great news for sports! We have been in contact with ASA and they are working to provide us with more documentation, expected to be coming on Monday, as we look to return to an environment similar to Phase 1 training.

Any club who is interested in renting space at the Calgary West Soccer Centre to conduct safe, socially distant training sessions, can contact Sharon Beattie at, bookings@calgarywestsoccercentre.com.

If you have any questions, send me an email at leaguecoordinator@calgaryminorsoccer.com.

Thank you,

CMSA

With regards to the COVID-19 pandemic, Calgary Northside Soccer will follow the guidelines set out by the governing bodies of soccer.  The Provincial Government has banned all public events until further notice.   At the end of the season, CNS will issue refunds as long as ALL costs for the fiscal year has been covered or issue a credit towards the 2021 Outdoor season.  

Below is the last notification sent by CMSA on January 29, 2021.  We will continue to update the website as news is relayed to us:

Good afternoon Club President’s, Technical Directors and administrators,

Today, Jan. 29, the Government of Alberta and Alberta Health Services announced the ease of restrictions that will affect minor sports, with some restrictions lifting in “Step 1” on Feb. 8, 2021. We see this as positive news and we are connecting with ASA and the City of Calgary to see how these restrictions will be implemented at the local level.

  • WATCH: Government of Alberta COVID-19 Update, Jan. 29, 2021 – alberta.ca
  • RESTRICTIONS: Ease of Government of Alberta COVID-19, Feb. 8, 2021 – alberta.ca

CMSA will communicate more information after we have reviewed the Government of Alberta restrictions and connected with ASA and the City of Calgary.

Thank you, CMSA

With regards to the COVID-19 pandemic, Calgary Northside Soccer will follow the guidelines set out by the governing bodies of soccer.  The Provincial Government has banned all public events until further notice.   At the end of the season, CNS will issue refunds as long as ALL costs for the fiscal year has been covered.  

Below is the last notification sent by CMSA on January 22, 2021.  We will continue to update the website as news is relayed to us:

Good morning club president’s, technical directors and club administrators,

As communicated by the Government of Alberta and Alberta Health Services, no changes will be made to the current restrictions in place. ASA’s suspension of all in-person soccer activities will continue until further notice.

We know that you have questions regarding the indoor and outdoor season, please see the information below:

2020-2021 Indoor Season

  • Games will continue to be cancelled until the suspension on competition play has lifted.
    • Should we return to soccer in a phased in approach, such as Return to Train, CMSA scheduled field time for games will be allocated to the scheduled home teams of each game so teams can use the time and space for training.
    • CMSA league games will resume immediately when able to do so. For example: IF the government announces on Feb. 1 that games can resume on Feb. 2, 2021, CMSA games will resume on Feb. 2, 2021 with the scheduled games.
  • The season has been extended until April 15, 2021.

2021 Outdoor Season

  • The 2021 Program Calendar and League Structure will be communicated as the 2021-2023 Technical Plan is published.

Although yesterday’s announcement is disappointing, CMSA remains ready to resume the season when the public health authorities ease the current restrictions and state that it is safe for sport to resume.

Thank you, CMSA

With regards to the COVID-19 pandemic, Calgary Northside Soccer will follow the guidelines set out by the governing bodies of soccer.  The Provincial Government has banned all public events until January 13, 2021.   At the end of the season, CNS will issue refunds as long as ALL costs for the fiscal year has been covered.   

Good afternoon club administrators and technical directors,

After reviewing the COVID-19 restrictions, CMSA has made a correction to our proposed start date for the winter portion of the 2020-2021 Indoor Season. The league will restart on Jan. 13, 2021... This is due to the mandated closure of facilities until Jan. 13, 2021.

The schedule for the winter portion of the season is now live on calgaryminorsoccer.com. The schedule has been adjusted to reflect the shortened season and to accommodate as many games as possible within the timeframe. Teams may be scheduled to play back-to-back days and the U7-U8 leagues have been extended until March 7, 2021.

CMSA will communicate with you accordingly should government measures restrict the season any further.

From the staff at CMSA, we hope you have a wonderful holiday season and we look forward to getting back to the soccer field in the new year.

Thank you,  CMSA

With regards to the COVID-19 pandemic, Calgary Northside Soccer will follow the guidelines set out by the governing bodies of soccer.  Stay tuned... 

From the soccer governing bodies, "...CMSA would like to provide the following reminder with regard to the new restrictions and guidelines for team sports that were introduced yesterday.

Alberta Health Services and Alberta Soccer Association has suspended all soccer activity in Alberta from November 13th – November 27th.

At this time all indoor and outdoor soccer activities are suspended under these guidelines. Teams and clubs should not be running any indoor or outdoor practices/training this weekend or for the next 2 weeks.

We will provide more information to you as it becomes available.

Please see the updated public health measures and guidelines from AHS & ASA for more information.

Thank you, CMSA..."