Community soccer consists of two soccer seasons – Indoor & Outdoor.

Indoor soccer is played inside indoor soccer center facilities on artificial turf using hockey arena style boards and built in goals.  The season runs from mid-October to mid-February with the possibility to play into March depending on tournaments and post-season play.  Typically, playing one game a week at a soccer center and practicing once every week or second week at a school gym.  Game and practice schedules are released shortly before the season starts.

Outdoor soccer is played outside on City of Edmonton fields (weather permitting).  The season runs from the beginning of May until the end of June with the possibility to play into July depending on post-season play.  Typically, playing two games per week with the possibility of additional practices depending on the coach.  U13 and up programs are run city wide not just in the North Zone.  Game schedules are released shortly before the season starts.

Ready for Indoor Soccer?

Don’t forget to buy your pass to gain entry, spectator admission fees start Oct 14, 2023 – ESAF is offering a sale.
1 pass = $45 (regular $50)
2 passes = $65 (regular $100)

Until August 31st, the Edmonton Soccer Association Facilities are offering Early Bird pricing on admission passes (maximum 2 passes) at the following locations:

West Soccer Center

August 15 & 16
from 4:30pm – 8:30pm
August 17 & 18
from 10am – 4:30pm
August 21 to 24
from 4:30pm – 8:30pm
August 28 to 31
4:30pm – 8:30pm
South Soccer Center
August 22
August 23
August 24
August 28
August 29
August 31
East Soccer Center
August 22
10am – 2pm
August 23
10am – 4pm
August 24
10am – 4pm
August 30
10am – 2pm


“Early Bird” Registration will be accepted online from August 1st to September 5th. 

The tentative season start date is October 14th, 2023. The league will consist of 1 Train/Play date per week plus additional practices. Please review the chart below for more information about the season.

NOTE: All playing days are tentative and subject to change.

Game times are not determined until closer to the season start date once we know how many teams will be participating.

Season schedules are not released until October 11th, 2023 –AFTER 5:00PM.

If you are registering after Sept 5th, please register in the EMSA Soccer Portal (See step 2-4 of the Community Indoor Soccer area on the website.) to be added to the waitlist. You will only be contacted IF there is space on a team for your athlete.



Participating as a Volunteer Youth Soccer Coach you will have the opportunity to give back to youth within your community. We are always looking for Head Coaches, and Assistant Coaches. A successful candidate to both roles will coach, mentor, and develop players while creating and fostering a team atmosphere. 



Now What?
Once you have completed your registration there will be a group of volunteers who build the teams.  Closer to the season start date (approximately 1 or 2 weeks prior to season start) you will be contacted by a coach with additional information about the upcoming season.

I have some more questions about the season- where can I look?

EMSA North has put together some frequently asked questions in a document- EMSA North Season FAQ’s.  This information includes the indoor, outdoor and outdoor mini seasons. 

I may be interested in Coaching

We always need coaches!  In some instances, we will not be able to accept registrations for certain age categories until we have enough coaches.  Did you know that if you coach or manage a team that counts as your volunteer commitment and no additional volunteering is required?  We can hold information sessions for people who are interested in coaching but are not sure what is involved in it.  If this applies to you, please send us an email at and we would be happy to meet with you.  As a coach, you will need to register on the ENZSA soccer portal.  In addition, please be prepared to have a Police Information Check as this is a requirement for coaching. More info…

What about any subsidies available?
There is funding support for low-income families through KidSport and Jump Start which both have online applications.  You will need to complete these in advance to registration, links are listed below.  Copies of funding approval will be required and submitted to the zone during registration.

KidSport- Apply for Grant | Canadian Tire – Jump Start

What if I don’t live in Lago Lindo but want to play for Lago Lindo?
If you don’t live in Lago Lindo but want to play with us that’s no problem.  When registering in the portal please request a transfer to Lago Lindo. You are then welcome to follow up with the Soccer Director regarding the transfer.

What if I live in Lago Lindo but want to play for another community?
First, we are sad to see you go but if you wish to play in a community other than your home community please request that community when you register in the portal.  You are then welcome to follow up with the Soccer Director regarding the transfer.

What if I have a Special Requests?
We will do our best to accommodate special requests, however we cannot make any guarantees due to limitations on team sizes. In the event there are not enough children or coaches to facilitate a team, we work with other communities in the area to ensure everyone has a team to play on, however this may mean that the player is transferred to another community. If you are requesting a coach or friend please ensure that you have the correct spelling and age.  Volunteers are responsible for building teams and with hundreds of kids registering simple spelling errors or friend requests playing in an older age can prove difficult for the volunteers.

What is Lago Lindo’s refund policy?
Community League memberships are Non-Refundable in all cases.

For all questions, concerns or suggestions for improvement please contact the volunteer Lago Lindo Community Soccer Director.

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