For any questions regarding your SportsEngine account.
You can register online or in the office. For more information on upcoming registration dates, please see the Register Here tab.
Online registration link can be found at the bottom of the page.
Estimated Registration Start Dates
Outdoor - February
Indoor - August(1st Season) & November(2nd Season)
Season Information will be posted within a few weeks of registration start date.
*Please note this is the estimated registration open time and exact dates will vary. Please watch the website closer to estimated registration dates for more information.
When online registration closes, registrations will be accepted (in the office) as space permits.
All children should have the opportunity to play.
Contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your options and for more information.
The cost for each season varies depending on age group.
Please follow the link below to the Registration tab for more information.
Community Soccer (U4-U18) : May - June
Club Soccer (U11-U17): April - August
Community Soccer (U4-U18) : Season 1: October - December
Season 2: January - March
Club Soccer (U11-U17): October - March
Indoor: All games are played at the Family Leisure Centre
Outdoor: Please follow the link to the Fields Tab.
The length of game varies depending on age group. Please see follow the link below as all game times are listed within the rules.
Rattlers Academy Soccer Club (RASC) is our club program for the more competitive player. This league runs from U11 - U19 and teams are selected through a try out process.
Please see the document under RASC Tab.
Players 16 years of age and older can join our Senior Mens or Senior Womens League. Please click below for more information
Community Soccer: Coaches are volunteers and is it MANDATORY for all coaches and assistant coaches to attend a "Game Day" Clinic. There is no charge for this clinic.
Club Soccer: Coaches are volunteers that are expected to take Coach Training through the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP). There are no charges for these courses provided coaches are actively coaching within our program.
Check the Coaches tab for more information by clicking here.
The MHSA has many opportunities to volunteer in our programs, we are always looking for coaches and assistant coaches.
For more information please see the Volunteer tab for more information.
There are two ways you can qualify to be a referee in Alberta:
Note: Referee courses for new referees are only offered in the Spring.
Please see Referee tab for more information
In office blind player draft according to age and gender.
Blind draft by coaches at team formation night, for more detailed information please see, Team Formation Process document under Community Soccer Tab.
How To Sanction Your Soccer Event with the Alberta Soccer Association
Planning on running a camp or academy, please follow the link below to have your event sanctioned by the ASA: