Youth Outdoor Soccer
Registration is now closed!
Please ensure you register within your catchment area to avoid delays in being placed on a team. Please refer to the catchment area map below for the community club you should register in.
The SNCC registers a number of teams in a variety of age groups, in the outdoor recreational soccer program provided by the Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association (WYSA). The WYSA believes every child should have the chance to learn and enjoy the beautiful game of soccer.
Age Groups are defined by birth year, rather than the child’s actual age. For example, as per the 2023 age grouping all children born in 2008 are in the “U15” group even though some may not have actually had their 15th birthday.
Each age group is separated by age and gender. For example there are 12 year old girls teams and 12 year old boys teams. There are no co-ed teams.
If your child is not born in one of the years indicated they are not eligible for the Spring Outdoor Soccer program. Children aged 3 - 8 can register in our Outdoor Mini Soccer Program. Unfortunately, SNCC does not provide soccer programming for children under 3 years of age or for adults.
Please refer to the Winnipeg South End United website for more information on other soccer programs and clinics.
Recreational League - Long Term Player Development Program
Born 2014 - U9 B/G
Born 2013 - U10 B/G
Born 2012 - U11 B/G
Born 2011 - U12 B/G
Born 2010 - U13 B/G
Born 2009 - U14 B/G
Born 2008 - U15 B/G
Born 2007 - U16 B/G
Born 2006 - U17 B/G
Born 2005 - U18 B/G
Legend: B = Boys, G = Girls
Coaches and Volunteers
Community Centre soccer requires volunteers to coach and help organize soccer for our youth. Please contact your Community Centre if you are available to volunteer for the 2023 outdoor season. Coaches will be provided with more detailed information on how to implement health and safety measures along with information and training plans to assist them with organizing training under Stages 1 and 2.
NOTE: Coaches are required to have a valid background check and complete online Respect-in-Sport and Concussion Protocol training prior to coaching. These requirements are intended to support a safe, enjoyable and healthy environment for our youth players and families.
Contacting Your Community Centre
Please contact St Norbert Community Centre if you have any questions. You may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Beth Ralko, VP - Sport | Vacant Soccer Convenor