The Indoor 2022/23 Soccer Season kicks off on October 29 with soccer programs and leagues for young athletes at both the recreational and competitive levels.
Help create a positive learning environment for young athletes by supporting a youth team. CMSA offers education, development and support for volunteers at all levels.
A fun and rewarding opportunity to get involved in and learn more about the game, refereeing is a great part-time job with flexible schedules and a connected community.
ID cards are required so referees can identify the individuals on the field. Players U11-U19 and team officials of U10-U19 teams are required to have ID cards.
The Provincial Qualifier Cup Competition (PQCC): the competitive pathway for CMSA teams interested in qualifying for Alberta Soccer...
As the landscape in Calgary’s Soccer community continues to change, CMSA is prepared to be a leader in providing...
The CMSA Grassroots League is modelled after national and international best practices and Canada Soccer Grassroots Standards. The league strives to provide children with a developmentally appropriate playing environment that allows...
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CMSA acknowledges that we live, work, and play on the on the traditional territories of the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta. This includes the Blackfoot Nations - the Siksika, the Piikani and the Kaiani, the Tsuut’ina and Stoney Nakoda First Nations and the Metis Nation of Alberta, Region 3. CMSA also acknowledge all people who call the Treaty 7 Region home.
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