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2004 Selects FC Girls

What’s next?

You’ve registered your child for soccer and now you are wondering what’s next.

  • Mill Woods Soccer continues to be hopeful in the midst of all the uncertainty
  • Age Directors are working hard as we speak to place all players with completed registrations onto teams so that when we are given the go ahead we can start the season within a week.
  • In the event that the season must be shortened player fees will be prorated and registered and paid players will receive a partial refund based on the prorated amount.
  • In the event the season cannot proceed then full refunds will be provided to paid and registered players.
  • We have extended our refund policy dates in light of the communication from EMSA Main. Parents can request a refund up until we are given the season start date, refunds will be provided in full.
  • We encourage parents to follow us on Facebook to Keep notified on updates regarding our upcoming season

Community players will need black shorts, socks & shin pads.  These can be purchased at KICKS 2027 – 111 Street or any sports store.

Club teams will be formed as soon as we can.

Information about the upcoming outdoor season can be found 

Thank you for your patience while our Age Reps are busy forming teams and finding those amazing volunteer coaches!



Para Soccer is an accessible soccer program in Edmonton for children with a disability.  Each session aims to provide a ratio of 1 on 1 support to help kids build confidence and soccer skills while having fun.

Email: for more information

Respect in Sport


Mill Woods Soccer Association has partnered with the Respect Group to provide online education for coaches, referees and parents to help create a safe, healthy, and positive environment for children and youth involved in soccer.

The Respect in Sport Program assists coaches, referees, trainers and managers with identifying and dealing with abuse, neglect, harassment and bullying in sport.

The online course costs are covered when Coaching with MWSA and the curriculum is divided into six modules, which only take 2.5 hours, and can be completed at the user’s own pace. Once completed, certification is portable to other sports involved in Respect in Sport.


The Respect in Sport Parent Program is a one-hour online module for parents/guardians, reinforcing their role in their child’s activities, encouraging positive sport behaviors, and providing insight into the various roles other individuals play, such as coaches and officials. This program empowers parents to ensure the safety of their children, encourage positive and effective communication, and to enhance a child’s overall enjoyment of soccer. The online course costs $12 and is transferable to other sports involved in Respect in Sport.

Community Keeper Sessions

 Community Keeper Sessions at
8880 48 Avenue.
(the old Urban Futbol) 
Please encourage your teams keepers to attend these free sessions.
6 pm to 7 pm  – U9 & U11 keepers
7 pm to 8 pm  – U13 and up keepers
October 18 and 25
November 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29
December 6, 13 & 20
January 10, 17, 24, 31
February 7, 14, 21, 28
March 6
Thanks and hope to see your keepers there!

2005 Boys, 2007 Boys and 2008 Boys Selects Players NEEDED

Our 2005 Boys team is looking for additional players for this upcoming season.  Please contact Coach Tyler  if you are interested in playing at a higher level

Our 2007 Boys team is looking for additional players for this upcoming season.  Please contact Coach Amber if you are interested in playing at a higher level

Our 2008 Boys team is looking for additional players for this upcoming season, we are also looking for a keeper.  Please contact Coach Mike  if you are interested in playing at a higher level

U15 Girls MW Selects won Bronze at Surf Cup in San Diego

2018 EMSA Presidents Award Winner

We would like  to congratulate Diana Clark for receiving the Presidents award from the president of EMSA.

This is the highest award given to an individual who has volunteered and dedicated their last 20 years plus to their Community and MWSA.
Well deserved Diana!

Soccer Centre Admission Passes


Cost and Location of Soccer Centres
All individuals (e.g., parents, friends, and other family members) will be required to pay a facility admission fee prior to entering any of the Edmonton Soccer Centres. Pricing is set by the Indoor Facilities and may be subject to change.

Current 2018 2019 season prices are:
Ages 17 and under – FREE
Ages 65 and over – FREE
Spectators 18 and over – $5 Daily Admission
Spectators 18 and over – $33 Individual Season Pass
(Prices subject to change) 

The Individual Season Pass is valid for one person’s admission and could be used within an immediate family (i.e. mother or father on separate occasions). The pass allows only one person’s admission without charge when more than one immediate family member is present.

A valid pass must be shown by each person seeking entry.

Player and Coach Admission Passes are to be used by players and coaches ONLY and are non-transferable. Passes must be shown for admission to the centres.
Games may be played at one of the following centers:
Edmonton South Center 6520 Roper Road
Edmonton West Center 17415-106A Ave
Edmonton East Center 12720 Victoria Trail
Millennium Place 2000 Premier Way, Sherwood Park
Trans Alta Tri-Leisure Center, Spruce Grove 221 Campsite Road.
(Half way between Highway 16 and 16a)
Servus Credit Union Place 400 Campbell Road

Reminder for Parents and Coaches

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