Contact Information
OFFICE HOURS
Monday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Thursday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm
The Office Closes at 2:00pm on Business Days Before a Long Weekend

Calgary Indoor Co-Ed Rec Soccer
Suite 183
4000 Glenmore Court SE
Calgary AB Canada
T2C 5R8

Phone: (403) 270-0363
Email:
info@calgarycoedsoccer.com

All Funds are processed in Canadian Dollars

 

Team Registration - Co-Ed Program

Dates

Summer Team Registration is from February to March,

Winter Team Registration is from August to September. Teams may register online or in-office.

What Does it Cost to Register a Team?

Teams are responsible for paying their own team fees - Team fees are available with seasonal information every season. It is also up to the team to charge their players. CUSA/COED does not accept individual player fee payments.

Scheduling

Teams are expected to be available to play 7 days a week unless registered in a category with fixed game nights. Prior to the season, teams may make scheudling requests to play on certain days or block off unavailable dates. The league will try to accomodate these requests but may not be able to do so in each case. The Summer season begins on the first Monday of May, and the Winter season begins after Thanksgiving.

Team Registration

 
Player Registration - Co-Ed Program

Finding a Team

Players must register onto a team in order to play and teams are responsible for building their own rosters. Players looking for teams can check out our Team Postings page under the Resources tab to find the team that best fits their skill level and committment. Players can use the Player Registry to make a profile for coaches to contact them.

How to Register?

Once a player has found a team to play on, they must register. ALL players and team officials must submit a waiver (registration) form each season. Individuals new to CUSA must come to the office with a government photo ID to register and get a Player Card.

What Does it Cost to Register as a Player?

Teams are responsible for charging their players which is at the discretion of the club or team. Individual fees generally run between $150 to $300 dependent upon the level of competition, number of players on a team, practices and events, fundraising initiatives, and sponsorship.

 
CUSA's History

Calgary United Soccer Association (CUSA) continues a century-long tradition of soccer in Calgary. Our oldest club, Caledonian / Callies Soccer Club, began in 1904. The Black Cup is Calgary's oldest soccer competition. It has been held annually since 1914.

CUSA offers programs for Men's, Co-Ed and Futsal for adult male and female soccer players in Calgary and area. 300 teams and over 6,000 players register into CUSA each Outdoor and Indoor season.

The Co-Ed Program offers Open Divisions (18 Years or Older).

The Men's Program offers Open Divisions (16 Years or Older), Master's Diviisions (35 Years or Older), Over 45 and 55 Divisions for competitive and recreational skill levels.

Our Futsal Program (16 Years or Older) is for the Open Age Level.

Our competitive divisions qualify teams for Provincial and National Championships, and we also offer Recreational Divisions for players to develop their skills and play for life.

Co-Ed offers several tournaments throughout the year. Our biggest tournaments are Boxers Bras and Beerfest, held each September/October, and Kick the Winter Blues, held each December.

CUSA offers numerous tournaments for CUSA teams in all prorgams. Our largest tournaments, the Outdoor Nations Cup and the Indoor Nations Cup celebrates culteral aareness and ethnic pride throughout the communities.