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Tots and Mini Soccer

Registration 2024

Registration opens March 1 and closes April 15. See registration button at end of each section. Full payment by credit card @ time of registration

For more information contact Brenda Lee Cran at bcran@mymts.net.




Tots Soccer 2024

Welcome to Greendell’s Tot Soccer 2024

 

The Timbits Tot Soccer Program is for children aged 4, 5, and 6.  This means that for Spring 2024, players born in 2020, 2019 or 2018 are eligible to register.  The focus of this program is on fun & participation while introducing young children to the basics of soccer and meeting new friends in their community.


When and where does all the fun happen for the 2024 season?

Games are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:15 pm to 7:15 pm from May 7 to June 25 at St Vital Park.  The fields are located southeast of the playground between the perimeter road and River Road, hidden behind a large row of trees.  If weather/fields are not suitable, a cancellation email is sent as late as 5:30 pm.


How much does this cost?  $104 per player. This cost includes an individual and team photo from a professional photographer.  The Tim Horton sponsorship gives each child a soccer ball and a participation medal.  Timbits team jerseys are borrowed and returned at the end of the season.


What other equipment will my child need?

Your child needs shin guards, long soccer socks, running shoes, and a water bottle.

IMPORTANT: Your child needs to wear long, soccer socks OVER the shin guards for their safety and to prevent injuring other players. * Soccer trick: If your child says the shin guards are uncomfortable against their skin, make a pair of thin tubes (cut foot off of knee-high socks/tights/old leggings) to wear UNDER the shin guards.


Teams of Players, Parents, and Coaches

Each team is formed with players from different ages & genders and is led by 2 or more parent volunteer coaches. Greendell depends on volunteer coaches to make the season successful for children.

****Please consider signing up to be a coach. YOU will have more FUN than you ever expected!****


Each evening begins with 20-minutes of skills games followed by game play with another team.

Line changes happen about every 5 minutes to allow for rest and water breaks.

During games, the coaches of each team remain on the field to guide and encourage players.


ALL PARENTS are expected to participate with their child on the field for the first 20 minutes during skills games.  This recommendations is from Canada Soccer’s Stage 1 - Active Start guidelines for

4-6 year olds.  This means that parents are encouraged to have FUN with their children by . . . . .

  • helping children follow their coaches’ directions

  • managing behaviours

  • chasing stray balls and cheering respectfully

  • caring for children during side-line breaks


If you have any questions, please contact Brenda Lee  Cran  bcran@mymts.net


We hope you look forward to building community while creating memories with your family.



Mini Soccer 2024

Children ages 7 and 8 (born in 2017 and 2016) participate in the Riel Junior Soccer League with children & families from other community centres nearby.


When and where does all the fun happen for the 2024 season?

The season starts the first week of May (delayed if fields still wet) and wraps up by the third week of June.  Games can be scheduled at any of the following locations: Victor Wyatt School, Windsor School, Nordale School, Norberry-Glenlee Community Centre, or St. Vital Park. (note: No game Monday of May long weekend.)


How much does this cost?  $104 per player.

The Tim Horton sponsorship provides each child with a soccer ball and a Timbits team jersey to borrow.

For an additional cost, individual & team photos may be purchased from a professional photographer.   


What other equipment will my child need?

Your child needs shin guards, long soccer socks, running shoes, and a water bottle.

IMPORTANT: Your child needs to wear long, soccer socks OVER the shin guards for their safety and to prevent injuring other players. * Soccer trick: If your child says the shin guards are uncomfortable against their skin, make a pair of thin tubes (cut foot off of knee-high socks/tights/old leggings) to wear UNDER the shin guards.


Each team is led by 2 or more parent volunteer coaches. We depend on parent volunteers to make the season successful for children.  Please consider signing up to help coach.  This is an EXCELLENT opportunity to be involved in your child’s activities and have FUN as a family.


Each evening begins with 20-minutes of skills games followed by fun game with another team.

Coaches remain on the field to guide players during games. Line changes allow for rest and water breaks.


PARENTS are encouraged to help out on the field as requested by the coaches.  This is a

recommendation from Canada Soccer’s Stage 2 - FUNdamentals guidelines for 7-8 year olds.


This means that parents assist coaches by:

  • helping children follow their coach’s directions

  • watching children during sideline breaks

  • discussing good sportsmanship and managing behaviours

  • chasing stray balls and cheering respectfully


If you have any questions, please email:  Brenda Lee  Cran  bcran@mymts.net


We hope you are looking forward to another fun soccer season!







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