2015 Spring Outdoor Soccer Programs
ONLINE ONLY REGISTRATION - Kinder soccer registration will be open until March 31, 2015. Registration for all other soccer programs will remain open until March 15th, however late fees will apply to registrations after March 9th.
Registration for spring 2015 outdoor soccer programs will be only ONLINE ONLY. Briarwood offers soccer programs for children from age 3-9. Please monitor our website at www.briarwoodca.com for upcoming information on all programs, including fees.
Kinder Soccer is designed for children born in 2011 and 2012 who have none or very little soccer experience. This will introduce young children to soccer in a fun atmosphere. Games will be scheduled once a week for 6 weeks, between 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm in Briarwood, starting middle of May. The focus is on touching the ball, learning how to move on the field and staying in the game. Parents are required to attend with child and participate in some activities. Volunteer coaches are needed for each team. A coordinator is also needed to unlock the equipment from storage and return it at the end of the evening.
Saskatoon Mini-Soccer League is from May to June. This is a non-competitive league for children ages 4-10 with emphasis on fun and skill development. No standings or statistics are kept. Games are scheduled between 6:00 pm – 8:00pm once per week at various outdoor soccer fields in our area. Please note that volunteer coaches are needed for all teams. Each coach is required to attend a Saskatoon Youth Soccer coaching clinic prior to the start of the season. Please consider volunteering!
The Briarwood Community Association requires many volunteers to be able to run our soccer program. Volunteers can be parents/guardians, older siblings, grandparents, community members, high school or university students.
- Coaches, Assistant Coaches and Managers are needed for each team- free training is provided and is mandatory for coaches.
- Kinder Soccer Coordinator – duties include attending kinder soccer each week (only on your child’s night), unlock the equipment, make sure coaches pick it up and return it, answering questions and communicating with the soccer coordinator.
- Soccer equipment manager-duties include taking inventory of equipment, sorting and assigning to teams, organizing pick-up and helping to order new equipment (this person will work in cooperation with the soccer coordinator)
- Team Sports Coordinator – this position on the BCA board is currently vacant and the duties are being completed by Elaine Reinhart, a Director at Large. We are seeking someone who would like to take the position of Team Sports Coordinator or work with Elaine as assistant to learn the job for next year. J