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Covid-19 Pandemic

EMSA follows direction form Alberta Soccer and Alberta Health Services regarding Covid-19 Pandemic


We try our best to keep our website up to date however programs and information are subject to change without notice.

Nov. 25, 2020

The Government of Alberta declared a health state of emergency, effective Friday, November 27th, to help slow the spread of Covid-19 and protect our health system. The emergency will remain in effect for 3 weeks and then re-evaluated.

Soccer and all soccer activities are therefore suspended until further notice.

Applications, by groups and or organizations, for special dispensations can be forwarded to the Government of Alberta.

EMSA,  EDSA and Facilities are working together to apply for dispensation.  ASA will hopefully join our application.

EMSA has arranged with the Soccer Facilities to extend the Indoor program into April 2020.

Nov. 12, 2020

I am sure many of you will already be aware that the AHS has announced today to temporarily suspend all sports activities for the next two weeks. This means that starting tomorrow, Friday, November 13th, all EMSA league games will be cancelled through to and including November 27th.  Games will resume again on Saturday, November 28th. EMSAmain is hoping to add these cancelled games onto the end of the second round schedule.  Please be prepared to play in March.

Please see the COVID-19 update from Alberta Soccer.

Nov. 6th, 2020

Contract Tracing Update

October 26, 2020 Update:

Further, ASA clarified that the new 15 people limit only applies to uncontrolled/unstructured social gatherings and do not affect current soccer cohorts.


ASA Coach Courses Online and Free

Looking to take a community coach education workshop?

You are in luck, they are now online & are available for Free. Start your coaching journey on the CSA pathway by registering for one today!

For more details and to go to the Alberta Soccer Website, Click here

You will need NCCP number if you do not have one, please go to to register for one.

Your District: Edmonton Minor Soccer

EMSA Player/Team Official ID Cards

Procedure for EMSA ID Cards:

1. Check the expiry date.
2. Selfie of the Player, Team Officials, with no hats, sunglasses, and hands in their faces as well as they must have a t-shirt on.
3. One piece of ID for Players which can either be, their Alberta Health Care Card, Birth Certificate, Passport, Driver’s Licence
4. If they know what zone/community they are to play with, they can specify the name (ie. West Zone or Warriors Club) Players and Team Officials can send carding requests with the required attachments.
All ID Card emails must be sent to and no other email.


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