Club Licensing - Invitation to Apply
Invitation to Apply for Canada Soccer National Youth Club Licence
The National Youth Club Licence is the highest category of recognition for youth soccer organizations within the Club Licensing Program. Organizations achieving this licence display characteristics and demonstrate behaviours aligned with the highest expectations of governance, administration, infrastructure, and technical, support their Member Association and Canada Soccer Pathways and participate in the highest level of competition in Canada; the Canada Soccer Player Development Program.
Organizations interested in submitting a letter of intent to apply for the Canada Soccer National Youth Club License, may do so by completing the information in the link below and uploading a signed letter by August 31, 2023.
Additional information on the Canada Soccer Club Licensing Program, including the specific requirements of the National Youth Club Licence are available on our website
Should you require any additional information or have questions about the National Youth Club Licence application processes, please contact Dave Nutt, Manager of Development - Operations at 306-203-4620 or email@example.com
Managing Your Soccer Club Tutorial Available
Released in December of 2020, the Managing Your Soccer Club Tutorial is available to all Member Organization Board Members. Presented by Paul Varian of Capitis Consulting, the tutorial is designed to show:
- How the Saskatchewan Soccer system works
- What you are responsible for when running an amateur soccer club (focusing on the board of directors)
- Where you can get some help or share responsibility (you are not alone!)
This webinar is beneficial for all Board Members and their affiliated clubs/zones. It is also a requirement of the MA Youth 1 and MA Youth 2 Club Licensing Levels (Criteria: ‘All new board members complete SSA Board Orientation’). Organizations that are current applicants of one of these levels, or organizations that have already achieved these levels, are required to have all Board Members complete this course.
The tutorial consists of the 72-minute webinar, followed by a knowledge quiz, both of which can be completed at your own convenience. The platform used is Google Classrooms.
Canada Soccer Resources