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2021 Spring Outdoor Soccer

The U5 to U9 Spring Outdoor Season will run from May 3 – June 30, 2021.

Registration will be online February 15 – March 5, 2021 at

Government guidelines could pose changes to soccer due to COVID-19. SYSI is tentatively planning on creating mini leagues of 50 participants as per the sport guidelines which were in effect during Fall Season 2020. The Mini-FOS tournament will be spread out throughout the city on grass fields instead of being hosted at the Saskatoon Sport Center.

  1. What are the age groups, prices, and nights of play?

**Note that Saskatoon Youth Soccer Inc (SYSI) schedules the games for U5-U9, and the Stonebridge Community Association does not have control over the schedule.

Outdoor Age Groups

  • KinderSoccer —- Born 2017 & 2018
  • Under 5 —- Born 2016
  • Under 7 —- Born 2014 & 2015
  • Under 9 —- Born 2012 & 2013

Outdoor Season Info

KinderSoccer (Co-Ed)
Days: May 4 – end of June (choose either Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday when registering.
Time: 6:00pm – 6:45pm
Location: Alexander MacGillivray Young Park
Cost: $30

Under-5: Co-Ed 3v3
Days: May 4 – end of June :: 8 games on Mondays or Tuesdays with the possibility of some Fridays
Location: On lined natural grass – City of Saskatoon green spaces
Cost: $60

Under-7:  4v4 incl. keeper
Days: May 4 – end of June :: 8 games on Wednesdays or Thursdays with the possibility of some Fridays
Location: On lined natural grass – City of Saskatoon green spaces.
Cost: $70

Under-9: 5v5 incl. keeper
Days: May 4 – end of June :: 8 games on Mondays or Tuesdays with the possibility of some Fridays
Location: On lined natural grass – City of Saskatoon green spaces.
Cost: $80

Nights of play and number of players in games are subject to change.  Any practices will be at the discretion of the team’s coach and will be scheduled by the coach.

Mini FOS tournament (U5 to U9 teams): June 25 – 27 at City Grass Fields.

  1. When is soccer registration for Stonebridge Community Association?

February 15, 2021 to March 5, 2021

  1. How do I register?

Under-5 to Under-9 registration is on the Stonebridge Ramp page, here (registration form will be activated February 15th)

KinderSoccer registration is on our SI Play website, here.

  1. Why the switch to Ramp for 2020 for U5 to U9?

The Saskatchewan Soccer Association requires that all players and team personnel must be registered through the SSA’s Ramp system.   Rather than get all the players and team personnel (coaches) to register twice, the SCA has decided to migrate U5 to U9 soccer registration to the Ramp system.  KinderSoccer is not administered through the SSA, so that registration is still handled on our SI Play site.

  1. How do I pay for soccer?

Paying online is strongly encouraged.  Due to COVID-19, there will be no in-person payment night. If you are paying with cash or cheque please contact to arrange for payment drop off.

Payment must be received by March 12 at 4:00 pm.  Late payment is subject to a $15 late payment fee, or may result in losing your child’s name and place on the team.

6. What is Saskatoon Youth Soccer’s role?

SYSI is a Member Organization of Saskatchewan Soccer Association and represents registered Community Association and member Zone Association soccer players and team personnel in the Saskatoon region.

SYSI accepts team registrations from Community Associations, Zone Associations, and Out-of-District areas. SYSI handles the creation of league schedules, development of rules and programs, and provision of coach certification clinics. SYSI also ensures all associations provide detailed team rosters and ensures all players and coaches are registered with the provincial association.

  1. Will the teams be co-ed or will there be a boys/girls team only?

The SYSI leagues are COED for U5, and BOYS/GIRLS for U7 and U9.  Girls are permitted to play in the boys league.

If we do not get enough players to form a team at all for a particular division, we will be in contact with other nearby community associations to try to find spots for the registered players.

  1. What equipment do I need?

An official “soccer kit” includes a jersey, shorts, socks and shin-guards.  Players may wear running shoes or cleats for footwear.  Team jerseys will be provided to wear during the games; U5 and U7 jerseys are provided by Tim Hortons and therefore will belong to the player forever, but U9 teams will return their jerseys to the coach at the end of the season.  Players are responsible for their own shorts, socks, shin-guards and footwear.

  1. Can I coach? What training do I need to coach?

Yes! We are always in need of coaches.  In fact, if a parent on your child’s team does not step up to coach, we will not be able to register the team with SYSI and therefore will have to cancel and refund those registrations.

SYSI also provides lesson plans, drills and activity ideas on their website here.

  1. If I decide to volunteer to coach, do I have to pay for the coach training?

Stonebridge Community Association will pay for any extra training costs that are incurred.

  1. Is there an in-person registration night?

Registration will be online only.

  1. Do I need to buy a new membership?

Stonebridge Community Association memberships run from July 1st to June 30th every year.  You will need a new membership if you have not purchased one since July 1st of 2020.  Memberships can be purchased online at time of registration.

  1. Can I register late?

If there is room on a team after March 5th, you may be able to register late by contacting  Late registrations are subject to a $15 late registration fee.

  1. Why is registration so early?

Saskatoon Youth Soccer requires teams to be submitted by March 26th.  The community association requires time to form teams and find coaches prior to the team submission.

  1. Are spots limited?

We do not have a limit for on-time registrations. If we don’t get enough coaches to volunteer, some players will not be able to play and will be refunded.

  1. Can I make friend requests when registering?

Yes, you may request up to two friends for your child to play with.  Please realize that there are a lot of factors that go into forming teams, so these requests are not guaranteed.

  1. Can I get a refund?

You may request a refund prior to March 26th.  Refunds are subject to a $15 administration fee.  After March 26th, we are not able to issue refunds.

  1. When will I get team information?

Your coach should email you by mid-April.  If you don’t receive an email by April 20th, email

  1. I still have questions – who do I contact?