What Happens After You Register

    After completing your registration, you will receive a RAMP registration confirmation, and then you will be contacted by your coach or manager by mid-April. U10 age group registrants will also receive information on player evaluations (see Key Dates above). If you do not receive a welcome e-mail by late April, please contact

    What’s Included in Your Fees

    U4 to U10 players will receive a uniform (jersey, shorts, socks, soccer ball*, medal, photo, year-end tournament (includes Tim Horton’s food, Timbits, drinks). Thanks to the generosity of our local West Springs Tim Horton’s store (9th Ave location) who help provide the jerseys, socks, balls, medals, and year-end food & beverages! (*Unfortunately, U10’s play with a size 4 ball and will not receive a ball to keep.)


    All withdrawal/refund requests must be submitted in writing to (not to your Age Group Coordinator or Coach).

    Refund requests will be processed up to the registration closing date (see Key Dates). Refunds may be processed after this date if they are of a medical nature and accompanied by a doctor’s note.

    A $25 administration fee will be deducted from all refunds. This offsets the cost of the administration with online schedule, possible team shuffling and equipment if other players cannot be found. Refund requests can take up to 30 days to be completed.

    Age Groups

    The age groups are arranged according to the age of the players. For more information, including ages, practices, game times, and more, please click here.

    U10 Players

    For U10 players, WSCRCA partners with the West Hills United House League (WHUHL) to provide a soccer season for this age group.  The WHUHL is managed by representatives from the participating communities of West Springs/Cougar Ridge, Triwest, West Hills United, Glamorgan, CalGlen, and Scarboro, presenting upwards of 500 players. The WHUHL was set up to provide consistent days of play, limited travel, and focus primarily on fun and player development.  Like the Calgary Minor Soccer Association (CMSA), the WHUHL has multiple divisions of play and allows the U10 age players to play on teams with others at a similar skill level. However, unlike CMSA that encompasses teams throughout the city, the travel for the WHUHL players is limited to the participating communities. See team assignments for U10 specific information.

    Soccer Fields

    All games for our community soccer program will be played on West Springs and Cougar Ridge fields. For more information about fields, please click here.  Note:  There are three field locations/instructions in this link. To see these simply hover your mouse over the picture to see page numbers in the bottom left corner.

    • U4 and U6 games will be played at the Waldorf school fields at 515 Cougar Ridge Drive S.W.
    • U8 games will be played at the fields along Cougar Ridge Drive and Cougar Plateau Way S.W.
    • U10 games will be split between home games (Waldorf School fields) and away games in the communities involved in the U10 WHUHL.


    Appropriate footwear is required. Cleats are not necessary for U4 and U6 but are recommended for U8 and U10.

    Shin pads are mandatory for all players, including during practices.

    Jerseys, shorts, and socks will be provided to all players, which they can keep at the end of the season.


    This is an all-weather soccer program, so please remember that we play in the rain. WSCRCA does not send out field cancellation notices. Decisions are left up to the parents at the field. On those cold mornings or evenings, we recommend that the kids wear toques and gloves. We normally do not play if there is snow on the fields or danger of lightning.

    Mandatory Guardian Attendance

    At least one parent/guardian is required to be in attendance for the duration of each game or practice. Parents are expected to administer first aid to their child in the unfortunate and unlikely event of injury.

    Parent Volunteers

    WSCRCA soccer is completely run by volunteers. To keep community soccer affordable, our soccer program requires that one parent in each family make themselves available as a volunteer for at least one of their registered children. Please click on this link for a description of the various Volunteer Roles. During registration you will have the opportunity to select the position you would prefer. Volunteer assignments will be based on these indications and will ultimately be assigned by the Age Group Coordinators or other volunteers, as needed. Please register early to get your preferred volunteer position.Certain positions do fill up faster than others.

    Many positions require little knowledge of soccer. Some position can be shared by a group of people. There will be full support from our strong group of existing volunteers. It’s a fun way to get out and meet some of your neighbours and to get involved.  You will be working together, often in a team environment, with others who will help you and explain the responsibilities in more detail.

    Age Group Coordinators and Team Manager will be given priority for friend requests after key volunteer roles have been fulfilled. Refer to the “Team Assignment” section below for more details.

    ***Free registration for players whose parents volunteer to coach their age group.*** One free player registration per age group. WSCRCA soccer relies on and is solely run by parent volunteers. Many volunteer commitments have a time commitment of one hour or less per week. Should an adult (parent, relative, friend, grandparent, guardian, etc.) not be able to sign up for a volunteer role, then a $175 opt-out fee is offered.

    Team Assignments

    U4 / U6/ U8 Teams

    Players in U4, U6, and U8 will be randomly assigned to teams within their age groups. Requests for specific players to be put on the same team are to be done during the online registration process (maximum 1 per player and must be reciprocal with the other player doing the same); although our parent volunteers do their best, we cannot guarantee that all requests will be fulfilled. Age Group Coordinators and Team Manager will be given priority for friend requests after key volunteer roles have been fulfilled. Player requests outside of the registration process will be accepted on a case-by-case basis and may depend on the timing of the team creation process. Assigning players to teams will occur after league registration has closed.

    Note: There are no evaluations for U4, U6 and U8 players.

    U10 Teams – Player Evaluations

    WSCRCA is continually looking at how to improve the experience our players and members have. Through feedback from parents and soliciting other U10 WHUHL clubs, we found that WSCRCA is one of the last clubs to randomly select U10 teams. We tried player evaluation in 2018 and have decided to continue until further notice. Please see the details below. Those registered for U10 will receive e-mails when more information is known. We feel this will make for a more positive experience for the children and parents in our U10 program.

    While we are still accommodating friend requests, to provide the best soccer experience for all players, it is important that we form teams of players with similar skills/experience.

    In cases where your child evaluates on a higher tier than their friend request, we will do our best to move your child down a tier. Please remember we cannot guarantee friend requests, but our volunteers do their best. Please contact if you do not want your child moved down a tier.

    Evaluations Dates & Times for Boys & Girls

    Location: Calgary West Soccer Centre (11014 Bearspaw Dam Rd NW)
    Date & Times: Friday, April 14, 2023

    • U10 Girls – 6pm-7:30pm
    • U10 Boys 7:30pm-9pm

    Please come prepared to exercise wearing outdoor running/soccer shoes. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your allotted time for check-in. If you are unable to make the allocated times for your age group, please notify your Age Group Coordinators at or

    Coaches' Clinics

    We intend to host coaches’ clinics for all coaches from U4 through U10 around mid-April (see above for Key Dates). We encourage all coaches and assistants to attend even if they have attended clinics before, as things change every year. The more the coach knows and the more drills that the coach knows, the better our program is and the more skillful the players become. Your coordinator will contact you with further details.

    Coaches should come prepared for both classroom and active participation in soccer drills/activities for the coaches’ clinics. These will be done inside a local gym. Clean indoor running shoes are required.

    This year the clinics will be held at the Calgary French & International School (700 77 St SW)

    Date & Times: Wednesday, April 19

    • U4-U6 Coaches – 6 pm-7:30 pm
    • U8-U10 Coaches – 7:30 pm-9 pm

    Note: If coaching in an age group in both sessions, we recommend attending the session that you feel you would benefit the most from (eg: drill/activities for that age group, info about that age group’s structure, etc.…)

    For more information, contact our volunteers at: