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Feb Break Drop-in Soccer

Due to continued interest, we will once again extend the Drop-in Soccer hours for February Break! Join us at the SaskTel Sports Centre for energetic play on our awesome fields!

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February Break extended hours

February Events

Here are the upcoming events at SSCI in February 2017:

SaskTel Sports Centre

February 5th-SYS U6-U8 Mini Jamboree
February 10th-12th– SYS Mini SISCO Tournament
February 17th-20th-SUSC Tournament
February 24-26th– SYS 6-Aside Youth Provincials

Mon – Fri: 11am – 1pm – Lunch time drop in Soccer *Extended Hours for February break!*
Sundays: 9:15am – 11:15am – Drop in Sports on Sundays *check here for dates*

Saskatoon Kinsmen/Henk Ruys Soccer Centre

February 4th -5th–  Sask Volleyball Sask Cup
February 18th – 19th– Sask Volleyball Sask Cup

Mon – Fri: 9:30am – 11:45am – SSCI Indoor Playgroup *visit the FB page!*
Mon – Fri: 8:30am – 1pm – Indoor Walking Program

To enquire about holding your event at either of our facilities, please contact Cindy at 306.975.3423 or bookings@saskatoonsoccer.com

January Events

Happy New Year!! Here are the upcoming events at SSCI in January 2017:

SaskTel Sports Centre

January 8th – SYS U6-U8 Mini Jamboree
January 13th – 15th– SYS SISCO Boys Premier Tournament
January 20th – 22nd– SAS January Chills Tournament
January 27th– 29th– SYS SISCO Girls Premier Tournament

Mon – Fri: 11am – 1pm – Lunch time drop in Soccer
Sundays: 9:15am – 11:15am – Drop in Sports on Sundays *check here for dates*

Saskatoon Kinsmen/Henk Ruys Soccer Centre

Mon – Fri: 9:30am – 11:45am – SSCI Indoor Playgroup *visit the FB page!*
Mon – Fri: 8:30am – 1pm – Indoor Walking Program

To enquire about holding your event at either of our facilities, please contact Cindy at 306.975.3423 or bookings@saskatoonsoccer.com

Turf Special!

Happy Holidays from SSCI! As a thank-you for your on-going support of our community facilities, Saskatoon Soccer Centre Inc. is pleased to offer you a special holiday turf deal!!  We’re offering a special holiday rate of only $95/hour (some restrictions apply; valid Dec. 22/16 to Jan. 3/17) Call 306-975-3423 or email bookings@saskatoonsoccer.com now to reserve your space!

2016 Holiday Special

December Events

Upcoming events at SSCI in December 2016:

SaskTel Sports Centre
Dec. 4th – SYS U6-U8 Mini Jamboree
Dec. 9th – 11th – SYS SISCO Boys 2/3 Tournament
Dec. 16th – 18th – Saskatoon Futsol League – Mini World Cup

Mon – Fri: 11am – 1pm – Lunch time drop in Soccer
Sundays: 9:15am – 11:15am – Drop in Sports on Sundays *check here for dates*

Saskatoon Kinsmen/Henk Ruys Soccer Centre
Dec. 2nd – 4th – Hollandia Off the Wall Tournament
Dec. 9th – 10th – Saskapalooza Volleyball Tournament

Mon – Fri: 9:30am – 11:45am – SSCI Indoor Playgroup *visit the FB page!*
Mon – Fri: 8:30am – 1pm – Indoor Walking Program

To enquire about holding your event at either of our facilities, please contact Cindy at 306.975.3423 or bookings@saskatoonsoccer.com

November Events

Upcoming events at SSCI in November 2016:

SaskTel Sports Centre

November 11th – 12th – Ultimate Disk Canada Conference

Saskatoon Kinsmen/Henk Ruys Soccer Centre

November 16th – FUEL Small Business Information Expo
November 18th – 20th – Barnstone Tournament

To enquire about holding your event at either of our facilities, please contact Cindy at 306.975.3423 or bookings@saskatoonsoccer.com

U-16 Cup finals at SaskTel Sports Centre

Canada Soccer will hold the U-16 Cup gold medal matches in Saskatoon and Kingston over back-to-back weekends as part of the 2016 Sport Chek National Championships. The boys’ final will be played 22 October in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan while the girls’ final will be played 29 October in Kingston, Ontario.

Both final matches were postponed from 10 October after a Lethbridge snowstorm forced changes to Teck Finals Day.

The 22 October boys’ final will feature Edmonton Juventus against Winnipeg Bonivital SC at the Sasktel Sports Centre (16:30 local / 18:30 ET / 15:30 PT). The 29 October girls’ final will feature Woodbridge SC Strikers against CS Lakeshore at the Kingston Thousand Island Sportsplex (11:30 local / 11:30 ET / 08:30 PT).

Canada Soccer will provide in-match updates from both gold medal matches on Twitter at @CanadaSoccerEN and @CanadaSoccerFR.

Canada Soccer’s Sport Chek National Championships provide a meaningful soccer experience for participating teams, players, coaches, support staff, officials, and volunteers. Already crowned in 2016, Edmonton Scottish SC won the men’s Challenge Trophy, Royal-Sélect Beauport won the women’s Jubilee Trophy, CS Repentigny won the U-18 Cup boys division, Edmonton Internazionale won the U-18 Cup girls division, Brampton East won the U-14 Cup boys division, and Calgary Foothills won the U-14 Cup girls division.

About the Canada Soccer Sport Chek National Championships

The Canada Soccer Sport Chek National Championships is the umbrella tournament for Canada’s premier amateur competitions, from the senior level Challenge Trophy and Jubilee Trophy competitions down to the U-14 youth levels.

SSA Introduces REX Program

Saskatchewan Soccer Association and Canada Soccer to Launch Regional EXCEL Centre based at the SaskTel Sports Centre, one of the premier indoor facilities in Canada

Saskatchewan Soccer Association Introduces REX Program Set to Kick Off in November 2016

Saskatchewan Soccer Association and Canada Soccer announced today a partnership to launch the next Women’s Regional EXCEL Centre (REX) in Canada. Saskatchewan’s centre will be one of seven in the country through the 2016-2017 season. The program will be part of a realignment of the Female High Performance Stream in the province. “The Saskatchewan Soccer Association is committed to providing opportunities for participants to pursue their soccer goals,” said Dave Nutt, the Association’s Director of Soccer Operations. “We are very proud to be able to provide a training environment that meets the high standards and expectations of Canada Soccer, and we are thankful to its staff for the support and recognition that REX provides.”

As part of the Canada Soccer Pathway, Saskatchewan Soccer Association’s High Performance Development Centre will now offer the REX Program, and as such will help to maintain a standardized national curriculum for female players Under-13 to Under-18, feeding into Canada Soccer’s Women’s National EXCEL Program.

“The Women’s Regional EXCEL program is a key learning step for aspiring players across the country as it will provide a high performance culture in a best-with-best environment that will continue to strengthen our Canada Women’s EXCEL system,” said John Herdman, Women’s National Team Head Coach. “The effort and dedication from the SSA at all levels of the game further highlights their commitment to enhancing player development. We are pleased to be partnering with the Saskatchewan Soccer Association and happy that the province is providing this opportunity for young female players.”

REX will become an essential program of the organization’s stream-based model, a system that provides a clear pathway for all participants. REX is a component of the Association’s High Performance Stream infrastructure that includes the new Training Centre and Dedicated Players Program network, which are designed to prepare young female players for REX.  The Saskatchewan Soccer Association High Performance Stream is aligned with the recently restructured Competitive, Recreational and Grassroots Streams.

The Stream is led by the Association’s High Performance Stream Manager and REX Director, Terrol Russell. A dedicated team of program support staff work alongside players to offer a full complement of programming. This programming provides opportunities for female athletes to ultimately be identified for REX and potentially for the national EXCEL Program.

“We are extremely proud to be part of a national vision and pathway where all the members of the soccer community are working together on a common goal.  The work ethic by our staff and athletes in gaining recognition for the program has started us on our goal of becoming a soccer development hotbed,” said Russell. “We are thankful to our members, SaskSport Inc., Canada

Soccer and the EXCEL staff for their support and for continually pushing us to reach new levels.  The new challenges that have been placed in front of us are exciting and something we can work at achieving together; is a great time to be playing soccer in Saskatchewan.”

The Women’s National EXCEL Program is a six-year structure for developing female players Under-14 to Under-20, who demonstrate the highest level of ability, in preparation for their contribution to Canada’s Women’s National Team. The program is built on four corners of development – physical, technical/tactical, mental, and social/emotional. Canada’s Women’s EXCEL Program provides a clear and continuous pathway built across four main delivery mechanisms: the Women’s Regional EXCEL Centres; the Women’s National EXCEL Program; the EXCELeration stream; and a network of EXCEL recommended schools.

For more information on Canada Soccer’s Women’s EXCEL Program, visit http://www.canadasoccer.com/women-s-excel-program-u-14-to-u-17-p144318-preview-1. For more information on the Saskatchewan Soccer Association, go to www.sasksoccer.com.

Turf Rules

The indoor season is fast approaching! Are you familiar with our turf rules? We need everyone’s help to ensure OUR (this includes YOU!) turf stays clean and undamaged. Bring on another fantastic season! And THANK YOU for protecting OUR turf!!

* Water ONLY
* No food, gum, snacks, sunflower seeds (SO hard to clean!)
* Spitting? Gross. Just… no.
* No pets, lawn chairs, strollers, tents
* Spectators: you have your very own (huge) area to spectate. Players, coaches, officials only.
* No smoking (our turf will melt!)
* Clean, appropriate footwear only (no metal cleats)

Need a reminder? These rules are posted outside the field entrance. Our staff will ask you to leave if you choose to disobey these simple rules. Our turf is like a massive carpet – please treat it as such so we can all enjoy it for years to come 🙂 

Thank you to all who #protectourturf

October Events

Upcoming events at SSCI in October 2016:

SaskTel Sports Centre

October 13th – Kaylyn Kyle – The Academy
October 1st – Gujarati Society of Saskatoon
October 8th – Gujarati Society of Saskatoon
October 9th – Gujarati Society of Saskatoon
October 15th – Gujarati Society of Saskatoon

Saskatoon Kinsmen/Henk Ruys Soccer Centre

October 1st – Wide Open Children’s Theatre Princesses and Pirates Party
October 13th – 14th – Volleyball Tournament

 

October 11th – SYS Indoor Soccer League begins
October 13th – SAS Indoor Soccer League begins

To enquire about holding your event at either of our facilities, please contact Cindy at 306.975.3423 or bookings@saskatoonsoccer.com