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CAMBRIAN CHALLENGE CUP FINALS

The Cambrian Challenge Cup Finals are set to take place this week! To see who's playing and when, click here

A big thank you to Cambrian Credit Union who continues to proudly support youth soccer in Winnipeg!

As well, thank you to all of the coaches, players, referees, and parents who participated this indoor season! We hope to see you all participating in the 2015 outdoor season!

PRIDE & JOY 2015

As a proud supporter of Canada’s National Teams, Mondelez (the makers of Ritz, Chips Ahoy, and more) is looking to give back to the Canadian soccer community this summer by donating a total of $100,000 to community soccer clubs. Visit www.PrideandJoy2015.ca and share how your club could use $5,000 to enhance soccer in your community for your chance to be selected.

 

Entering only takes a few minutes, so don’t delay! As part of your submission, be sure to add links to any social media accounts and upload any club photos and crests.

 

The deadline for applications is next Thursday, March 26th at 12:00pm EST. If you have any questions about the Pride and Joy Soccer Campaign, please contact Lindsay Crone here.

MANITOBA SOCCER IS HIRING!

The Manitoba Soccer Association is hiring a program coordinator! Click here to review the job description! The application deadline is Thursday, April 2, 2015.

MANITOBA SOCCER INTRODUCES SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY

The Manitoba Soccer Association has recently introduced a social media policy for all participants of the sport of soccer! The policy can be summarized in four basic principles:

1. Be truthful, respectful, polite, and fair

2. Do not say things that you would not want said of you

3. Use social media only when appropriate

4. Keep appropriate and common sense barriers between participants, such as between coaches or team staff and players

To view the entire policy, please click here.

FIFA WOMEN'S WORLD CUP TROPHY COMING TO WINNIPEG!

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015™ is set to kick off on June 6, but fans can get a taste of what’s to come when the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola launches its two-month, 12-city tour starting April 1 in Ottawa. Travelling from coast-to-coast in celebration of soccer and women in sport, Canadians will have a rare chance to get up-close-and-personal with the real FIFA Women’s World Cup Trophy at the free events. The trophy will make it's stop in Winnipeg on May 8-10 at Polo Park Shopping Centre. To read the official press release, please click here.

2015 Golden Boy Survey

We want your feedback!

Below is a link to a survey about your experiences at the Golden Boy Tournament. Please take a moment to fill out the survey and let us know what you liked and what we can improve on for next year. At the end of the survey you will have the option to provide your contact information to be entered in a draw to win $50 off your team's registration at a WYSA tournament in 2015!

Thank you to everyone who participated!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/goldenboy2015

FOLLOW US!

Follow us on Twitter @WPGSOCCER and on instagram WPGSOCCER for local and national soccer news! We will also be tweeting and posting photo's on instagram about the 2015 Golden Boy Tournament with the hashtag #GBT2015!

FIFA WOMEN'S WORLD CUP VISA PRESALE OPPORTUNITY

VISA cardholders are being offered a pre-sale opportunity, between February 6-25, for individual tickets to the upcoming FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015! Ticket sales have been very strong for the Winnipeg matches, especially after it was revealed that the USA would be playing two matches here! We'd encourage you to take advantage of this pre-sale opportunity as we expect Winnipeg to be the first venue across Canada to sell out! 


To purchase your tickets now, please click here!

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Frequently Asked Questions

We live outside the perimeter of Winnipeg, how can my child play soccer in the city?

The process you need to be involved in is the Out Of Region Transfer. Individual players from outside the boundaries of WYSA must submit their requests to participate in WYSA’s Premier and Recreational programs to the Manitoba Soccer Association. Once approved by the MSA, the Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association will place the player based on their current domicile (just like all other WYSA players living in Winnipeg). To view where you would be placed, please click here. However, there are a few exceptions to the placement map, which are as follows: St. Charles Soccer Association catchment also includes - Stonewall, Grosse Isle, Argyle, Woodlands, Warren, Headingly, Elie, St. Francis Xavier, Oakville, Portage La Prairie and Brandon.

 

For the Outdoor Season, these requests must be submitted to the Manitoba Soccer Association by January 1st.

 

For the Indoor Season, these requests must be submitted to the Manitoba Soccer Association by September 1st.

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