Outdoor timbits Soccer

2024 Season info 

Mini Soccer is a wonderful introduction to the game of soccer for children. SNCC provides the outdoor Timbits Soccer program available to all youth from 3 to 8 years old living in the St Norbert catchment area.  Mini soccer focuses on physical activity, fair play and having fun.

Online Registration March 1- 31, 2024

Late registrations can be added to the waitlist and accepted as coach availability allows. To be added to the waitlist please email mini.soccer@stnorbertcc.ca

Please note there will be two payments within the system if you have not already paid your MSA annual fees. $16.40 to MSA & $44.00 to SNCC

Games and Practices are set to start in early May weather and field conditions permitting.  We will update start dates in April.  

Timbits U3 /U4 & Timbits U5/ U6 

Monday & Wednesday 6:15 PM 

Timbits U3 for players born in 2021 

Timbits U4 for players born in 2020 

Timbits U5 for players born in 2019

Timbits U6 for players born in 2018

These age groups are focused on fun and exposure to the introductory skills of soccer. U3 / U4 parent participation is expected/encouraged.

Cost $60.40

($16.40 to MSA + $44.00 to SNCC)

*****The Manitoba Soccer Association will take the $16.40 fee before continuing with the St Norbert Community Centre registration.    

Timbits U7 / U8 

Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:15 PM 

Timbits U7 for players born in 2017

Timbits U8 for players born in 201

This is the last age group before transitioning into youth soccer. This season this age group will also be co-ed. Players continue to learn the basic skills of passing, dribbling and shooting while still on a smaller area.  

Cost $60.40

($16.40 to MSA + $44.00 to SNCC)

*****The Manitoba Soccer Association will take the $16.40 fee before continuing with the St Norbert Community Centre registration. 


Games are hosted in the month of May and June, weather and field conditions permitting. Most games will be played on 3 mini-soccer fields behind the SNCC and start at 6:15 pm. 


All players are required to wear shin guards and are recommended to play in soccer shoes and shorts. All participants will receive a Tim Horton’s jersey for the season, which is theirs to keep at the end of the season.


Volunteer parents coach each team, please note on the form if you would like to coach when you register.  SNCC offers an Active Start coaching workshop for interested parents hosted by the soccer conveners.

Chaperone Policy

At least one parent or guardian must accompany the child and remain on site for the duration of the game.

Weather Policy

Lightning in the vicinity is result in the immediate cancellation of all games.  

Heavy rain may impact the field condition but SNCC staff will advise the convener of field condition as far in advance as possible.

Please listen to CJOB Sports News at 3:55 PM, 4:25 PM, 4:55 PM and 5:25 PM for city and district cancellation announcements or refer to the Winnipeg South End United website to confirm district cancellations.  All Mini Soccer games are cancelled when city games are cancelled.

If city and district games are not cancelled, cancelling Mini soccer games will be a rarity and will be done only with the agreement of both coaches. The Mini Soccer Convenor may also cancel games if he/she deems it necessary.  

Safety / Hygiene Issues

Parents must supply their children with water in a reusable water bottle for all games and practices.

All players are required to bring their uniforms and wear their shin guards to each practice and game. Soccer shoes, socks and shorts are recommended.  Hats and jewellery are not recommended, they will be asked to remove the items prior to playing.

Mosquito repellent and sunblock is recommended.

If players bring their own ball to practice, please make sure it is labelled with their full name.  The SNCC does not take responsibility for lost or stolen soccer balls.

Registration Process

The Manitoba Soccer Association streamlined the registration process for all youth players in the province (U3-U18) so we are now using the RAMP registration platform. We are providing you with a list of Frequently Asked Questions to help you through the new process, and a step-by-step guide on how to register.


1. What is the new registration process?

All youth players in the province (U3-U18) must now register directly with their community center. Players must be registered with the MSA to be considered eligible to play in the season as a youth or mini player.

2. Why the change to a new registration process?

The Manitoba Soccer Association is wanting to streamline the collection of data and fees and use the same process for youth players in the province that all senior players already use. The new registration process will also allow us to better collect data and demographics for the players in our province that are required by Canada Soccer.

3. Do all youth players, at all ages and levels, need to use the new registration process?

Yes, all youth players (recreational, developmental, premier) in Manitoba from U3-U18 will register the same way using the new registration process.


After completing the registration form, you will receive an email confirmation. 

Registration Help 

For the online registration process, parents will need to create a RAMP account if you don’t already have one.  Registration instructions will be shown during the session. Parents can add their kids’ information into their profile then can register them for the program.           

Registration must now be done online,  If you require assistance with the registration process please email mini.soccer@stnorbertcc.ca and we can help answer any questions you may have.


Withdrawing a participant from the program must do so by a date to be determined by the mini soccer convener.  There will be a $15.00 cancellation fee with the balance of the registration fee reimbursed to the parent listed on the form.