The Valley Soccer Association is made up of 11 town associations, and one club.
The VSA 11 town associations offer coed in-house soccer in the spring season for U5 & U7 age groups and compete within the VSA League for U11-18. This season runs every year April-June and registration is done through each of the town associations.
Our indoor season runs October-March and is based out of the MAP in Martensville & the Legends Centre in Warman. We have coed teams U5-U18 and offer skill building through a fun, team focused environment. Registration for the indoor season is done directly through VSA.
Our Valley United Club competes in the SYSI league in Saskatoon in both male and female divisions. Teams are evaluated and placed in divisions with teams of similar caliber. This is a great stepping stone for our players in the valley in their life time soccer journey. VUSC plays in the indoor and the outdoor soccer seasons with SYSI. Practices are held in Martensville & Warman with games played in Saskatoon.
In the summer and often times throughout the year, VSA puts on player camps and skill building/training sessions. These are organized and put on through VSA, and are always a huge hit!
Our main goals in the VSA is to provide safe & fun soccer to everyone in the valley that wants to play. We work hard to make sure this happens by providing the necessary coach training, and accommodate our coaches and players the best we can, whether that be placing kids on teams with friends because they are in need of ride share or for various other reasons. We have coaches in the valley who have experience working with and coaching kids with different intellectual and physical abilities. We have players and coaches from a wide range of ethnic backgrounds and provide an inclusive environment.
One thing which we don't want to be a barrier for our families, is financial. We work with our families to make sure that this does not effect anyone's ability to play soccer. We aim to keep our fees as low as possible to ensure that all kids get to play, however understand that our fees may still be too high for some players. Some great programs that are available are the Jump Start program and the Kidsport Program which will help pay for fees. We also encourage players to reach out to their local town association/club to see other programs which they each may offer to help reduce their costs.