SYSI is part of a much larger soccer family that reaches down into city neighborhoods and up to the entire world.
City Partners:Youth Soccer Zones
in Saskatoon organize mini development (U5 - U9) and youth (U11 - U17) soccer teams for geographical zones within the city and include Zone 1 (Saskatoon United Soccer Club
), Zone 2 (Hollandia International Soccer Club
), Zone 3 (Aurora Soccer Club
), Zone 4 (Lakewood Soccer Association
), and Zone 5 (Eastside Youth Soccer Association
in Saskatoon organize mini-soccer (Under-5 to Under-9) teams for neighbourhoods within the city.
Other soccer organizations operating in Saskatoon include:
- Saskatoon Youth Soccer is formally affilated with the Saskatchewan Soccer Association (SSA). SSA is responsible for governing, developing and promoting soccer in Saskatchewan. Included in its many responsibilities are provincial elite player training programs and provincial championship competitions.
- Through SSA, we are also involved with Sask Sport Inc., a federation of over 70 provincial sport organizations including specific sport associations, Saskatchewan's two universities, the Saskatchewan High School Athletics Association, the Zone Sport Councils and the Sport Medicine Council.
- Safe Space Page - Contact information available for the purpose of reporting incidents of abuse or misconduct.
National and International Partners:
- The Canadian Soccer Association (CSA) is responsible for governing, developing and promoting soccer across Canada. Its programs include the operation of our national team and the organization of inter-provincial competions for club and elite players.
- We are all part of the global soccer community through the membership of the CSA in Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). FIFA is soccer's international governing body and organizes World Cup competitions for youth and adult men and women.
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