Futbol Soccer in Calgary – Community Football Club Calgary

Futbol Soccer in Calgary – Community Football Club Calgary

Do you like football soccer? Do you want to play or have your children start playing football in Calgary? Hola Calgary gives you a complete list of all the Community Soccer Clubs in Calgary.

The information of the Soccer Clubs is changing continually, we suggest you to visit the link of each of them.

Blizzard Futbol Soccer Club
Our vision is to be the Calgary Futbol Soccer Club of choice for players of all ages. Our mission is to provide all our members with a dynamic and enjoyable soccer experience that inspires the pursuit of excellence through the development of character, sportsmanship and skill.  We offer teams and programs for boys, girls and adults – Outdoor and Indoor.

Calgary Chinook Soccer Association
In both premier and competitive levels from U-10 to U-18, continuous player development remains a key focus at Chinooks. On graduating from the minor program, our players have the opportunity to move up into our Club’s Senior Ladies and Men’s Program where teams are entered at a  variety of levels.

Calgary International East Side Memorial
Our club was founded in 1978 as the Eastside Rangers.  In 1980 it was amalgamated with the International club to form, what today is know as, the International Eastside Soccer Club

Calgary Men’s Commercial Soccer League
The Calgary Men’s Commercial Soccer Association (CMCSA) has been transferred to CUSA to Commercial Division 1 and Commercial Division 2 for the 2007 outdoor season.  You will be redirected to CUSA’s web site.

Calgary Minor Soccer
Amateur Soccer in Canada is overseen by the Canadian Soccer Association. In Calgary it is administered by a member organization -the Minor Soccer Association of Calgary. These organizations ensure that all players have an equal opportunity to participate in a safe and fun sport. A number of communities operate soccer programs within Calgary and the standards established by Minor Soccer permit the communities to participate in inter-community league play on a fair and consistent basis.

Calgary Soccer Centre
The Calgary Soccer Centre is proud to offer the largest indoor soccer facility in North America, housing 7 indoor fields, 2 mini fields, and 4 outdoor fields. We are the first complex in Canada built solely for the purpose of indoor soccer.

Calgary Women’s Soccer Association
The Calgary Women’s Soccer Association (previously known as the Senior Ladies Soccer Association) was founded in 1970. In the 1990 outdoor season we had 24 teams participating in three divisions and 22 indoor teams. We currently have 119 teams registered for the 2003-4 indoor season and we had 115 teams registered in the 2003 outdoor season.

Calgary North Side Soccer
North Side Soccer is the blending of Dalhousie and Varsity City League soccer programs run through CMSA (Calgary Minor Soccer Association).  Our program offers U10 to U18 ages groups for the Outdoor Program and U6 to U18 age groups for the Indoor Program. NorthStar Soccer is run entirely by volunteers.
Comunidades:  Dalhousie, Varsity.

Foothills Soccer Club
As one of Calgary’s oldest soccer clubs, and one of Canada’s most successful and recognized clubs, we continue to serve our membership as if we were teenagers! We act with the wisdom of years and the energy of the youth we serve. We continue to respond to the needs of our playing members in an ever changing environment.

Lake Bonavista Soccer Program
Lake Bonavista Breakers Soccer is part of the Lake Bonavista Community Association. We are a volunteer organization that provides both recreational and competitive soccer for players from ages 4 and older, primarily for players living in and around the Lake Bonavista and Bonavista Downs communities in Calgary, Alberta.
Comunidades:  Lake Bonavista, Bonavista Downs.

Northwest United Soccer Association
Comunidades:  Silver Springs, Scenic Acres, Silverhill, Sarcee East/West.

TriWest Soccer Association
S.W. Calgary Community based soccer program that focuses on Comp A/B team play in CMSA. We offer teams at U10-18 levels as well U6/U8 Micro/Mini soccer inter-team play.
Comunidades: Glamorgan, Glenbrook, Glendale, Killarney/Glengarry, Rutland Park, Rosscarrock, WestGate, Wildwood, Spruce Cliff as well may include communities such as Signal Hill and Coach Hill.

Willow Ridge Carburn Soccer Club
We offer player development in a team environment.  We have a new technical training program with a UEFA Professional licenced coach who is a Specialist in Youth Development.  We schedule regular mentoring and team specific curriculum support to the coaches.  We have upgraded and improved the training fields with another full sized game field and a smaller practice field.  We have the added dimension of “cage” soccer in the sport court.  Our indoor practice facilities are conveniently located close to home.

Co-Ed Rec Indoor Futbol Soccer
The Coed League is not just soccer, it’s all about meeting new people and having some fun in a safe environment!  Check out some ways that we have fun!!
Comunidades:  Todo Calgary
Blizzard Futbol Soccer Club. Our vision is to be the Calgary Futbol Soccer Club of choice for players of all ages. Our mission is to provide all our members with a dynamic and enjoyable soccer experience that inspires the pursuit of excellence through the development of character, sportsmanship and skill.  We offer teams and programs for boys, girls and adults – Outdoor and Indoor.

Calgary Chinooks Soccer Association
In both premier and competitive levels from U-10 to U-18, continuous player development remains a key focus at Chinooks. On graduating from the minor program, our players have the opportunity to move up into our Club’s Senior Ladies and Men’s Program where teams are entered at a  variety of levels.

Calgary Minor Soccer – CMSA
Amateur Soccer in Canada is overseen by the Canadian Soccer Association. In Calgary it is administered by a member organization -the Minor Soccer Association of Calgary. These organizations ensure that all players have an equal opportunity to participate in a safe and fun sport.
A number of communities operate soccer programs within Calgary and the standards established by Minor Soccer permit the communities to participate in inter-community league play on a fair and consistent basis.

According to FIFA©, the modern history of the most popular sport on the planet covers more than 100 years of existence. It began in 1863, when in England the paths of “rugby-football” (rugby) and “association football” (football) were separated, and the oldest association in the world was founded: the “Football Association” )

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