Children's Hospital Tournament Schedule

Please be advised that due to unexpected changes in registration for the Children’s Hospital Tournament, a number of games have been rescheduled since the schedule was first released.
All teams are advised to review the game schedule before attending their first game of the tournament as game times and fields may have changed since you last reviewed it.

Please follow the CHT link on the right side of this page for more information on the tournament, including pitch layouts, markings and tournament rules, located on the CHT Homepage.

We thank you for your patience and support. Good luck this weekend!

Online Scoring for Team Officials

Coaches and Managers,

There is an issue with some team officials being unable to use the self-score option.

We are investigating the problem with IT SportsNet and we envisage this will be resolved the week of 20th MAY. Please continue to submit your game sheets within the specified timeframe.

Thank you for your patience.


2013 Outdoor Season Schedule

All 2013 Outdoor Season Schedules have now been posted under the Standings & Schedule button on the right side of this page!

For all scheduling concerns, please contact

Goodluck and have fun this season!

2012 U18 FC Northwest named Calm Air Junior Team of the Year

The Under 18 FC Northwest boys who won last year’s WYSA League, MSA Provincial Championship Competition, and CSA U18 National Championships was named Junior Team of the Year at Sport Manitoba’s annual Night of Champions. Click here for the full list of recipients.

Soccer Community loses a Beloved Coach and Friend

The Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association expresses its deepest condolences to the family and many friends of Riccardo De Thomasis. Riccardo recently passed away after a long fight with cancer. He was 34. 

Riccardo was an inspirational and beloved soccer coach who had a tremendously positive impact on thousands of Winnipeg soccer families. He will be missed.

2013 Outdoor Season Coaches Notes

Click here to open the 2013 Outdoor Season Coaches notes distributed at the Coaches meeting April 23, 2013.

WYSA kicks off season tonight on artificial turf fields

Winnipeg, April 26, 2013 – The Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association will kick off its outdoor season tonight on artificial turf at the Waverley Soccer Complex. The unseasonably cold and snowy spring will delay the use of natural grass fields for at least two more weeks.

“This really highlights the need for more artificial turf fields in our city. Bad weather is common here, so we should prepare for it,” said Tom Thompson, President of the Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association. “With artificial turf fields, we can start the season earlier and end it later. We can also play four times as many games on them without risk of damage.”

WYSA is advising its leagues that the recreational leagues for ages U13 to U18 will begin play as scheduled using the artificial turf fields at the Waverley Soccer Complex. Weather permitting, it expects to begin allowing play on natural grass fields in two to three weeks, including for U9 to U12 recreational and developmental teams and for U13 to U18 premier and premier-developmental teams.

“We need a lot of sun and wind to melt the snow and dry the fields,” said Carlo Bruneau, WYSA Executive Director. “We’ll start using the fields as soon as it is safe and practical to do so. We will reschedule cancelled games as quickly as we can, but the weather this year might mean we have to play a slightly shorter season.”

WYSA reminds soccer teams and all Winnipeggers to be gentle on sports fields this spring until they have dried up. Wet and muddy fields can be easily and badly damaged by sports teams. 

The Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association administers youth soccer leagues for ages U9 to U18 in the City of Winnipeg. For more information regarding schedules and game cancellations, please visit

U13 - U18 Rec Schedule Update

As discussed at the coaches meeting, click here to view the U13 - U18 Recreational Games scheduled between April 26 to May 8, 2013. The online Schedules and Standings have also been updated to reflect the scheduled games.



Standings & Schedules


Online Scorekeeping

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I determine which District Club or Community Centre I must register at?

The first step in registering for soccer (indoor or outdoor) is determining which District Club or Community Centre you belong to. Based on where you live, you will need to register with your nearest District Club or Community Centre for that area. The following District Clubs serve the 5 regions of Winnipeg:


Bonivital Soccer Club ( serving the city's Southeast Neighbourhoods.


FC Northwest Soccer Club ( serving the city's Northwest Neighbourhoods.


Winnipeg Phoenix Football Club ( serving the city's Northeast Neighbourhoods.


St. Charles Soccer Association ( serving the city's Western Neighborhoods.


Winnipeg South End United Soccer Club ( serving the city's Southwest Neighbourhoods.


If you are unclear of which district you should register at, please contact the WYSA office.


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