Indoor Soccer 2023-2024


Kindersoccer and U5 CO-ED Registration has been extended to September 30, 2023.


What are the age groups, prices and nights of play?

Note that Saskatoon Youth Soccer Inc (SYSI) schedules the games for U7-U9, and WUHCA does not have control over the schedule. Read below for all information known at this time.





# of Games

# of Practices

Game Days

Kindersoccer (2020)




Fun games and with some developmental



(Oct 18-Dec 6)

Wednesday 6-7pm at Willowgrove Large Gym

Under 5 (2019)*




3 v 3
No goal keeper

Every second week in school gyms (8)

Every second week in school gyms (10)

Tues or Wed 6-7pm

Under 7 (2017 & 2018)

SYSI Run – Boys and Girls


3 v 3
No goal keeper

14 games at Henk Ruys Soccer Centre

>15 practices at Holy Family or Sutherland school gym


Under 9 (2015 & 2016)

SYSI Run – Boys and Girls


5 v 5
Includes goal keeper

14 games at Henk Ruys Soccer Centre

>15 practices at Holy Family or Sutherland school gym



*U5 co-ed will be taking place in schools gyms. Focus will be on development one week and games the following weeks against other area teams (Willowgrove, Erindale/Arbor Creek and Evergreen/Aspen Ridge).

Important Information:

  • Registration June 25th  – August 31, 2023
  • Indoor season for U5-U9: October 22, 2023 – March 17, 2024
  • Indoor fall session for kindersoccer): October 18 – December 6, 2023
  • Kindersoccer registrant must be born in 2020 to register.
  • No underage players are permitted in U5.
  • A family WUHCA membership is required to be purchased ($15) at the time of registration and is not included in your soccer fees.
  • Even though we welcome registrations from other community associations, participants will be placed on WUHCA teams. If you your child has friends that they want to play with, please send an email to with your child and the friends full name.
  • Practice for U7 boys and girls will take once a week from 6-7pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday
  • Practice for U9 boys and girls will take once a week from 7-8pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday
  • Indoor soccer schedule will be released on October 3, 2023
  • League games will start on October 22, 2023
  • Mini-SISCO Tournament March 15-17, 2023 {END of season}
  • Where can I register for WUHCA soccer?

     Kindersoccer and U5 co-ed registration requires valid WUHCA membership and pay soccer fees via CommuniBee. You do not need to register in RAMP.

     U7/U9 soccer players – will have two registration steps

    1. First, you will need to register for a WUHCA Membership and pay soccer fees via CommuniBee.
    2. Second, you have to register your child in RAMP (RAMP Registration Link). 
    3. YOU MUST COMPLETE THIS STEP. This is to ensure they are put on a roster and have insurance through Saskatchewan Soccer.

What if my child's year of birth is 2014 or earlier?

Your child should be enrolled in Youth Soccer though our zone (Aurora Soccer).  See and

My child is small/inexperienced, can they play down a level?​

No, unfortunately this is not permitted by Saskatoon Youth Soccer.  Note that SYSI considers U5-U9 to be non-competitive.  Scores are not kept during games

Can I register for the U7/U9 Developmental league through WUHCA?

Registration for the developmental league is through Aurora zone soccer. Youth soccer players can only belong to one team during a season, a player can only register on one team through Aurora OR WUHCA. No refunds will be issued from WUHCA for those registering in both leagues.

Will U7 and U9 be co-ed or separate boys/girls teams?

This is dependent on the number of players registered. Some players may be transferred to another community team to create teams.

What equipment do players need?

Running shoes and comfortable clothes are fine for playing and practicing. Shin guards are strongly recommended for U5-U9. If shin guards are worn, they must be covered by soccer socks in order to prevent injury to other players. Most older players wear soccer cleats. Team shirts and soccer balls are provided.

Can I Coach?

Yes! We are always in need of coaches. Unfortunately, if we do not have enough coaches, we will be unable to create teams and many disappointed kids. Your money will be refunded if there is not a coach for your child’s team.

What training do I need to Coach ?

The below lists the Coach Certification Requirements. Requirements must be met prior to the first game.

Any unregistered team personnel (those found on the team bench or on the game sheet) may be fined $100 each.

Coaching staff: Shall be defined as those individuals in the positions of head coach, assistant coach or apprentice/developmental coach and will typically include all individuals providing technical and tactical guidance to players during game situations.


Team personnel: Shall include any individual eligible to appear on a game sheet and be on the bench during a game, including the coaching staff, manager, assistant manager, trainer, therapist, gender representative, etc.


RAMP Registration: Every coach, assistant coach, manager, and volunteer parent or volunteer participating in any on field activities with the team must be registered and insured through SSA. This does not mean certified with the correct coaching certification but registered to show due diligence in terms of insurance. To ensure you are registered you must be listed on a roster submitted by your team or your Zone Registrar. The Saskatchewan Soccer Association hereby requires that all coaching staff on the bench be age appropriately certified as listed above.

Where can I get the training for the above?

Once information is available, it will be posted on SYS website at

If I decide I want to volunteer to be a coach and take the coach certification requirements, does WUHCA reimburse me for the courses?

Yes. You will be fully refunded for the above required courses taken upon submission of a valid receipt

Do I have to have a criminal record check if I decide to become a coach?

Yes. All coaches must have criminal record check (CRC) as mandated by Saskatchewan Soccer Association as a result of working with children (vulnerable person)

I can't coach, how else can I help?

You can help with your team as manager or champion for cleaning equipment after practices and games. Another option is to consider signing up as soccer coordinator for next year. Contact anyone on the WUHCA executive if you are interested.

Is there an in-person registration night?

No, registration is only done online.

Do I need to buy a new membership?

You will need a current family WUHCA Memberships.  Memberships are valid from July 1st to June 30th. Memberships are purchased via CommuniBee at the time of registration. Your child cannot play without a valid membership,and late purchased memberships will be assessed a 50% administrative charge.

Registration has ended, can I still register?

After September 3, if there is room on a team you may be able to register by contacting the soccer coordinator. Acceptance is based on roster availability and subject to a $40 late fee.

Why is registration so early?

SYSI requires teams to be formed by mid-September.

Are spots limited?

For on time registrations there is no limit. If we are unable to find enough coaches to volunteer, some players will not be able to play and will be refunded.

How can I pay for soccer?

WUHCA only accepts payment through CommuniBee using VISA, MasterCard and American Express.

Can I get a refund?

No refunds are issued after registration.

When will I get team information?

Your coach should email you by end of September . If you have not received an email by October 15, email the WUHCA soccer coordinator.

I still have questions, who should I contact?

How to Sign Up for Soccer

All soccer programs are listed in the events calender in CommuniBee. Select the correct age group for your child.

Once you have registered and paid with CommuniBee, continue on to RAMP to put your child on a roster.

Thank you Foundation Chiropractic!

Our Kindersoccer jerseys were generously donated by Foundation Chiropractic. They look wonderful!