Stonewall Youth Soccer Association
get fit. have fun. play soccer.
Mini Soccer Start Date - Wednesday, May 3rd
Travel Soccer Start Date - Saturday, April 29th
Travel Soccer Game Schedules can be located below:
- Note Selkirk coaches please read the rules also found on the website.
Stonewall Soccer Registration is now closed except for the following team:
U15 Girls (2002,2003,2004)
Please email email@example.com if you would like to register for the above teams.
MSA is hosting a Soccer Festival in Stonewall on May 26th weekend!
U3 - U14
2017 - MINI SOCCER UPDATES (2009-2014)
questions or concerns please email firstname.lastname@example.org
RAIN DAY CANCELLATIONS for U3-U8 will be posted on the website by 5pm and updated on the facebook page - no emails will be sent - so please check before heading out to the field if raining
Please note travel soccer rules and regulations are set by MSA & WYSA
There are two outdoor Stonewall Soccer programs dependent on birth years, see below for details.
MINI Soccer - 2009-2014 (U3-U8)
Days of Week: Mondays & Wednesdays
Location: Stonewall Soccer Complex (next to VMSC)
Format: half an hour of practice/drills, followed by a half hour game
Season: May & June
Start Date: Beginning of May (dependent on weather - how soon the snow melts)
Travel Soccer - 1999-2008 (U9-U18)
U9s-U12s soccer schedule is created by Selkirk/St. Andrews (Tuesdays&Thursdays)
U13s and up the schedule is created by Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association (WYSA) (http://www.winnipegyouthsoccer.com/)
Our home games are played in Stonewall at the Stonewall Soccer Complex.
U9s & U10s play on Long Term Player Development (LTPD) pitches (one field is NE, second field is middle South)
U11s & U12s play on 3/4 pitches (near the park)
U13s & up play on full pitches (SE - near the stands)
U9s-U12s - May & June followed by end of season tournament June 23rd,24th,25th
U16s-U18s - May & June followed by playoffs in September
Beginning of May as set by Selkirk & WYSA
any concerns or questions please email email@example.com
Created by: SYSA -- Last updated:Apr 28, 2017