Adult Co-Ed Spring Season 2018
Wetaskiwin Soccer Club will be offering Adult Co-ed Soccer through the Leduc Adult Soccer (LAS) league. We recognize that there is a need for our community to offer active adult sports programming, and that's what we aim to do!
Registration Deadline: April 13, 2018.
At this time, players must be 18 years of age before April 1 in order to participate in Adult Co-ed Soccer. If this changes, we will let you know.
The Leduc Adult Coed League (LACL) is an 8vs8 coed league sanctioned and insured by the Alberta Soccer Association. The league welcomes players from all genders and skills and offer a fun and competitive environment to play soccer in Leduc. All games are played on Sunday afternoons. Each team plays one game per week. All games are played on U12 regulation size fields at Lede Park in Leduc (3719 48 ave, Leduc, AB t9e 3c3, map here).
Season Starts on April 29th (weather dependent) and last for 16 weeks. If any dates get cancelled (weather, …), the games will be rescheduled to a later date determined by the league coordinator, with a minimum of one week notice to the players.
$150 registration fee includes 16 weeks of soccer, insurance provided by the Alberta Soccer Association, referees, training materials, and support from ASA Certified Coaches.
Jerseys will be provided by Wetaskiwin Soccer Club. We require a $45 uniform deposit cheque post-dated to August 31, 2018 (cheque shredded at end of the season upon return of uniform). There is also the option to purchase your jersey, in which case we would cash your $45 deposit cheque.
Players are to wear appropriate equipment for the sport of outdoor soccer: outdoor soccer cleats, socks, shin pads, shorts. No jewelry (as per Law 4 of the game).
The game of outdoor soccer is played with 7 players and a goalie in each teams. Each half is 35 minutes. Teams are asked this year to play with a minimum of one female player at all time. If a team is not able to have one women at all time on the field, that team will have to play short one player when the female player is not on the field. Teams can agree to waive the “one women at all time” rule at any point during the game, as long as they advise the referees, however once the rule is waived, it will not be reversed for the rest of the game.
To register online, please follow this link: