Registration is now open! Please visit our Indoor 2016/17 page for season details before registering.
TRSA has joined the EDSA ladies league by sponsoring the Team Hrycak Titans in tier 4. Last night against the division co leader Silevrhawk FC, the Titans pulled out a solid victory and advanced to the EDSA Ladies Tier 3/4 City Finals. Congratulations to Coach Larry and all of the girls as the fledgling Ladies program starts off with a big boom. Go Titans Go.
TRSA congratulates the following medallists in the City Finals
U10 Girls Tier 6 TRSA (John) Gold
U12 Boys Tier 4 TRSA (MacKay) Gold
U12 Boys Tier 5 TRSA (Dhaliwal) Gold
U12 Girls Tier 5 TRSA (Hamilton) Silver
U12 Boys Tier 6 TRSA (Lu) Bronze
U12 Girls Tier 7 TRSA (Schwabenbauer) Gold
U12 Girls Tier 8 TRSA (John) Bronze
U14 Boys Tier 4 TRSA (Rattray) Gold
U14 Boys Tier 6 TRSA (Martinez) Gold
U16 Boys Tier 4 TRSA (Abbassi) Silver
U18 Boys Tier 4 TRSA (Finlaison) Silver
U18 Girls Tier 4 TRSA (Chahley) Bronze
U18 Boys Tier 5 TRSA (Sadasivan) Silver
For many outdoor can be a confusing game. Where am I playing, what zone am I in. Please let me try to explain.
For TRSA U4 – U8 schedules are on this site here
The teams are scheduled by TRSA for outdoor
For TRSA U10 & U12 and SWEMSA U6 & U12 schedules are here
The teams are scheduled at the zone level at EMSA SouthWest
For TRSA/SWEMSA U14 to U18 schedules are here
The teams are scheduled by EMSA
2016 Outdoor Schedules for U4, U5, U6 & U8 are here
Schedules for U8 – U18 Premier & U14 – U18 Community will be posted by the evening of Wed. April 27 on the EMSA website. No date for the regular community schedules yet. As the schedules are not out yet, no hard date is available for the start of season. It is supposed to start May 1 2016. The fields will be open for practice we have been told by the City this Friday but please wait for confirmation. Rounds of play will be 5 – 6 games and then on to the next round. There will be three rounds. Scores for the older age groups are important to get in as ALD’s tier the teams according to the stats. The regular season ends June 30, 2016. If you advance to City Finals dates are below.
Edmonton City Finals July 4 – 10, 2016 http://www.emsacityfinals.com/
Coaches at EMSA Main there is all the info you need. EMSA Main
TRSA Coach Development Sessions / Equipment Distribution
Thank you very much for volunteering to coach outdoor soccer! This year our focus will continue on the development of players and providing all the necessary support and guidance to our coaches to make them the best they can be.
TRSA’s focus upon player and coach development substantially changed the mini-soccer format in 2015. TRSA has built on the success of the coaching U4 to U8 manuals that were created in 2015 and produced revised manuals for 2016. We have also created a new manual for U10 coaches. Content has been modified based on feedback to assist our TRSA coaches.
For the 2016 Outdoor Season TRSA will be holding coach development sessions in conjunction with equipment distribution. One coach per team is required to attend the coach development session for their age group. Although one coach per team is mandatory all coaches are welcome!
TRSA is pleased to partner with Sean Fleming – former Coach Canadian Men’s National U17 Soccer Team to assist in delivering training sessions for all of our coaches.
Dates will be as follows:
April 11 – U14 – U18 Teams (Boys and Girls)
April 12 – U12 (Boys and Girls)
April 13 – U10 (Boys and Girls)
April 14 – U8 Girls
April 15 – U8 Boys
April 18 – U6
April 19 – U6
April 20 – U5
April 22 – U4
**There is no session on April 21 as the hall is not available **
Brookview Community Hall (280 Bulyea Road)
6:30PM – 8:00PM – On Field – Green space beside Brookview Hall – Please dress for the weather as we will be outside.
8:00PM – 9:00PM – Class session – Inside Brookview Hall
9:00PM – Equipment Distribution – Rink Change Room – Brookview Hall (Only the age group assigned to that night will get their equipment).
Kevin Kobi (TRSA President) and Jeff Sermet (TRSA VP)
President – TRSA
The time for indoor soccer fast approaches and everyone is in their back to school form. Just back from vacations time to work out the kinks and get ready for soccer.
Pre-season training is one of the best safe guards against injury that there is. Rather that just jumping into the season cold, preseason workouts are the first steps to an injury free season. There are all kinds of workouts one can do. Anything that gets you off the couch and into some action. Good luck this indoor season.