Please see below the 2019 Player Development Plan for U4-U12.
This document outlines what Long Term Player Development(LTPD) is and why it is important.
Join Alberta Soccer and Medicine Hat Soccer for our FUNdamentals Festival for players born 2010-2013.
Please see the poster below for details.
Please find below our Parent Handbook for Indoor 2018-2019. In it you will find information for parents, players, and coaches.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the MHSA Office at 403.529.6931 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please see below warm up video for players to utilize before practices and games.
PDF - Please use this file to help explain the movements. The last portion (Phase 3) is where players can continue the usually routine on knees up, butt kicks, side shuffle, jogging, open/close the gate, and more.
LONG TERM PLAYER DEVELOPMENT
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INDOOR & OUTDOOR RULES
Birth Year: 2012-2015
The Timbits Soccer Brochure below explains how the Medicine Hat Soccer Association runs soccer for players ages 3 or 4-8 years of age.
Our programming is based on the guidelines found in the Canadian Soccer Association's Long-Term Player Development model.
Please read it closely to ensure that there are no surprises for you or your child when they step on the field for their first night.
Birth Year: 2000-2009
Please see below the services that ASDC offers for athletes ages 13-18.
If you have any questions, please email Kristina Segall.