Registration Fee Update

Beginning Indoor 2024-25 the following changes will be made for registration fees:

Player Outdoor and Indoor Season Fees

Participant – per season

i. Mini: $18 

ii. Youth, Adult & Masters: $34

The change has now amended the previous policy where soccer and futsal were collected for players who participated under each category. Now, regardless if the participant has registered with a multiple clubs or under multiple categories, registration fees will be collected by each member the participant registers with.

For example:

Player 1 registers and plays with Soccer Club X and with Soccer Club Y during the indoor season, both Club X and Club Y will collect SSA fees and submit them in their Registrar Report.

Player 2 registers and plays with a Soccer Club A and with Futsal Club B during the indoor season, both Club A and Club B will collect SSA fees and submit them in their Registrar Report.

Player 3 registers with Club C who offers both Soccer and Futsal category programming. Club C will collect a SSA fee for the player and submit them once in their Registrar Report.

More information on the official policy update will be released later in the year.


Saskatchewan Soccer is seeking qualified candidates for a Coordinator, Member Services role. Qualified candidates should email their resume and cover letter to with the subject: Coordinator, Member Services Application by May 10, 2024. Visit our website to learn more.

New Member Contact Page

There is now a new ‘members only' section on the SSA website! This page contains contact information for all member organizations in the province and will be a great resource for fostering communication between clubs. We aim to keep this section of the site as up to date as possible – please let us know if the information for your club changes, or if you would like any contact information added or removed. Members who opted in for this page have been added, if you wish to be added please contact 

This area of the website is linked under ‘Member Organizations’ and is password protected.

Username: Contact2024 

Password: Soccer2024! 

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Save the Date: Soccer Day in Saskatchewan July 19-21, Regina SK

Soccer Day in Saskatchewan will take place in Regina this year kicking off on Friday, July 19 with events taking place throughout the weekend. 

Check out highlights from 2023!

Satori Survey Update

Post Season Parent and Adult Satori Surveys where distributed on April 17 and Surveys pertaining to Non-Returning Participants on April 24. Once data has been collected and analyzed membership will have the opportunity to gain access to their survey responses. Each Member Organization will receive a chance to access this information, along with a 1 on 1 assessment of the data with Satori to assist with future planning and club development for $100.00 per year. 


The Outdoor 2024 Post Season Parent and Adult Survey will be distributed mid June - Early July, exact date to be released at a later date.

2024 C-Diploma Registration


Registration is now live for Saskatchewan’s first offering of the new CONCACAF C Diploma. This course will only be offered once per year and will run for 9 months. Attendance is required at all online and in-person events. Should a coach fail to attend, they will be removed from the course. The dates are as follows: 


Online Dates: September 5/12/19, 2024 7:00-9:00pm  

In Person Session #1: September 26/27/28, 2024 (Regina SK) Full Days (Time to be confirmed)  

In Person Session #2: March 27/28/29, 2025 (Prince Albert SK) Full Days (Time to be confirmed) 

Registration is now open and can be completed here. The last day to register will be May 31, 2024.

For more information on coach education or to book a clinic contact, Ashlyn Therens, Manager Coach and Player Development at or (306) 510-2481. 

Canada Soccer Club Licensing Program

The 2024-2025 Club Licensing intake cycle has been opened. Declaration of Interest can be completed via submittable until May 15, 2024.

Veo Player Spotlight feature

Members can get access Veo's new player spotlight feature for free for one year, with the purchase of a camera and an annual analytics subscription. Take advantage of the new Veo Player Spotlight feature free for one year. This offer is available exclusively until April 30 with the purchase of a Veo camera and yearly analytics subscription.

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Registration for 2024 Outdoor Competitions is Now Open!

Rural Members (non-PSL Clubs) – join us for our inaugural Sask Cup Rural Celebration May 31-Jun 2 in Saskatoon, featuring competition for the Sask Cup Rural Crown at U19 Co-Ed (additional age groups and gender subject to registration of teams) and SaskTel Be Kind Online Skill Centre for U9 Boys & Girls, U11 Boys & Girls and U13 Boys and Girls.  

Sask Cup 11-a-side will also be held in Saskatoon, June 13-16 with competition at U15 Boys & Girls, U17 Boys & Girls and U19 Boys & Girls, as well as SaskTel Be Kind Online Skill Centre for U9 Boys & Girls, U11 Boys & Girls and U13 Boys and Girls. 


Get your teams together and come out and play!

Registration for 11-Aside and Rural closes May 15th 

For the adults – join us for Sask Cup Adult and Sask Cup Masters July 12 to 14 in Saskatoon! Participation in Sask Cup Adult is open to athletes 15 years of age and older, while Masters is 30+ (Female) and 35+ (Male) with a bid to the Canada Soccer Regional Championships available to the gold medal teams. 


Registration closes June 30th. 

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Entry Level Referee Course Online Modules Update 


Canada Soccer has launched the new updated Entry Level Referee, Online Modules. This has replaced the SSA Google Classroom approach aligning entry-level coach and referee development at the National level. The access keys for the online modules (purchased by each participant) will cost $10 for 2024 and $50 in 2025. 


All eligible Referee Entry Level Clinic participants (minimum of 14 years and older) are required to complete the online training via Canada Soccer’s SmarterU platform before moving forward with a seven-hour in-person session to complete referee certification.  


The Referee Course Registration Guide is outlined here. The Referee Entry Level Clinic process via Smarter U is available via this link. The Small Sided Referee /Futsal referee process is described here. All information is also available on the SSA Website on the Referee Courses page. 


For more information on referee courses or to schedule a practical session in your community, please contact Octavian Iliuta – Manager of Referee Development:

Policy Update – Section 13 – Screening for Referees 

Coming up for the Indoor 2024-25 season and going forward, Referees will be mandated to comply with screening requirements. SSA and its members must ensure a secure environment for all individuals involved in soccer in Saskatchewan, including members, volunteers, participants, and staff. To prepare for this update, officials should obtain their criminal record checks with vulnerable sector checks as soon as possible to ensure no interruption of officiating before the indoor season. 

Reminder from the Registrar

Membership renewal for 2024 The renewal form can be found on our Submittable site. All members must renew by March 15 each year. Fees can be e-transferred to or sent via cheque. Renewals must be completed to maintain SSA benefits.  

RAMP Invoices 

RAMP invoices will be going out in April for administration fees charged by RAMP in the last quarter, January - March 2024. 

Registration Fee – Outdoor 2024

Effective Outdoor 2024, player registration fees will increase by $2.00/player. The resulting fee structure for soccer and futsal participants starting in Outdoor 2024 and going forward will be:

Mini Player: $18.00 per season

Youth and Adult Player: $34.00 per season

If you have any questions or require assistance contact:

Registrar’s Fun Fact

There’s a variation of soccer called ‘Ice Soccer’ played on hockey rinks!  

*This form of soccer is not sanctioned by Canada Soccer*

The language used by coaches plays a significant role in fostering inclusive environments for 2SLGBTQI athletes. As a coach, some ways to make the language you use more inclusive include using athletes’ preferred pronouns and avoiding the use of gendered language, for example, by saying “hello everyone” rather than “hello guys.” 

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The 2024 CIBC Soccer Fests season application portal is now live! Submit your application online before the deadline of Wednesday, May 1 to secure your spot! 

Apply Today

FSQ Club Operating System

Are you tired of juggling endless tasks in your soccer organization? Ready to revolutionize your club's management and unlock its true potential? Look no further! FSQ’s Club Operating System, an easily accessible, streamlined approach to member engagement.  

Learn more about this innovative system here: 

SSA Calendar of Events & Deadlines

To view and subscribe to our full Calendar of Events visit our website!

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