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OUTDOOR SOCCER



 

SOCCER NEWS & INFO


LENDRUM OUTDOOR SOCCER COORDINATOR:
Matthew Hawkeye at soccer@lendrum.org

SOCCER REFEREE COORDINATORS:
Are needed for the 2017 Outdoor Season!


Visit the EMSA Soccer Portal where you will CREATE a free Household Account that you will use to manage your soccer registration needs for your family. (One account per household.)


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Referees and Assistant Refs (Lines people) Needed!

Referee Courses are mandatory (and FREE for Lendrum residents).

For more information please contact Matthew Hawkeye at soccer@lendrum.org


Check out EMSA Main | Mini Community Premier for early referee courses.



 

REFEREE CORNER

LENDRUM'S OUTDOOR SOCCER - REFEREE COORDINATORS

We are looking for one or more Referee Coordinators for Lendrum's 2017 Outdoor Soccer Seasons.


What does a Referee Coordinator do??

  • Recruiting and maintaining a list of referees within the community:
    Lendrum keeps a list of referees from the previous years, and uses tools such as the newsletter, website, a referee database, and our community network to help find referees. Typically there are a number of youth age individuals who are interested as referees are paid.
  • Scheduling and Coordinating referees for games played in Lendrum by Lendrum Community teams:
    Referee’s are required at the U10 and older age level.
  • Coordinating with the Lendrum Community League Treasurer on payment to referees:
    Payments are currently being made on monthly basis to simplify the process and keep paperwork light.
  • Supporting the ongoing development of new and existing referees within the Lendrum Community: Lendrum supports those interested with free referee training courses.

REFEREES AND ASSISTANT REFS (LINES PEOPLE) NEEDED!

Referee Courses are mandatory (and FREE for Lendrum residents)
For more information please contact Matthew Hawkeye at soccer@lendrum.org

Check out EMSA Main | Mini Community Premier for early referee courses.

 

OUTDOOR SOCCER REGISTRATION 2017 - IS NOW CLOSED

Keep this information in mind for next season!

Come play soccer with Lendrum this summer! Outdoor soccer is affordable, fun, and a great way for your child to meet other children in your community.

Outdoor Soccer begins the 1st week of May (weather permitting) and ends late June, except for teams proceeding to post season play (U10-U18) who may play into July & August.


Outdoor Soccer Registration is done through the Lendrum Community League.

It is a TWO STEP PROCESS involving both ONLINE REGISTRATION and an IN-PERSON REGISTRATION (PAYMENT). BOTH must be completed.

Please contact the Lendrum Soccer Coordinator (Matthew Hawkeye) at soccer@lendrum.org if you have any questions!

STEP 1 - ONLINE REGISTRATION

Visit SWEMSA and register your child.

  • Online registration begins February 1st and ends February 28th.

    Registrations received after February 28th will be considered late and players cannot be guaranteed a place on a team.


  • Registration fees (see amount below) may be paid online or by bringing a cheque to the in-person registration session (Step 2).

    Please note that the Lendrum Community League is committed to supporting participation in community soccer.

    Please contact the Lendrum Soccer Coordinator if the cost keeps your child from playing.


  • You must be a Lendrum Community League Member to play community soccer.

    Memberships may be purchased online or at the Lendrum Community Hall during soccer registration.

    Please note that players may only register with the community in which they reside.


  • Print one copy of the completed online soccer registration form for the In-Person Registration.




2017 OUTDOOR REGISTRATION FEES

Age Group Date of Birth Fees $
U4 2013 $50.00
U6 2011-2012 $60.00
U8 2009-2010 $90.00
U10 2007-2008 $110.00
U12 2005-2006 $125.00
U14 2003-2004 $150.00
U16 2001-2002 $165.00
U18 1999-2000 $165.00

STEP 2 - IN PERSON REGISTRATION (PAYMENT)

Come to one of the In-Person Registration sessions at the Lendrum Community Hall held on:

  • February 19th from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM

  • February 26th from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM

Remember to bring the following:

  1. Your completed online registration form

  2. Your cheques made out to Lendrum Community League:
    • Uniform deposit ($50) post-dated Oct 4th 2017.
    • If you are not able to volunteer, a non-volunteer fee ($50).
    • Registration fee ($ amount as below) if paying in person.

  3. Your volunteer spirit! Volunteers are critical to the success of community soccer – Please volunteer for at least ONE position:

  4. Coach* Assistant Coach*
    Team Manager Referee Coordinator
    Equipment Coordinator Year-end BBQ Volunteer
    Registration Assistance Equipment Handout

    *Free coaching courses are available for Lendrum Coaches!

    Please note that if you are not able to volunteer for community soccer in some way, please provide a $50 cheque made out to Lendrum Community with your registration.

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What does the U stand for in U12?

A player on a U12 team is either Under 12 years of age or 12 years of age.


How long is the Indoor Soccer Season?

The regular season for Indoor Soccer runs from mid October to mid February.
Age levels that qualify for playoffs may play into March.

Who organizes Indoor Soccer and how do I get involved?

Indoor soccer is run directly through EMSA South West | Mini Community Premier.

EMSA South West Office
Office Number: 780.436.3611
Email: swemsa@gmail.com


A valid Community League Membership is required in order to register in Indoor Soccer.

Where do I find the game schedule for Soccer?

Schedules are posted on Schedules | EMSA South West


When does registration for Outdoor Community Soccer take place?

Registration for Outdoor Community Soccer takes place from mid-January to the end of February, with your Community League Soccer Coordinators.

After February 28th, you will need to follow the procedures for Late Registration. Registrations received after February 28 (29) will be considered late, will be subject to a late fee, and players cannot be guaranteed a place on a team.

A valid Community League Membership is required in order to register for Outdoor Community Soccer.