Multi-Sport Games

This section includes a listing of the multi-sport games that Saskatchewan soccer players, coaches, officials and other support staff are eligible to attend at the provincial and national levels.

Multi-Sport Games provide a unique opportunity for those involved to either represent their Sask Sport District or Province in competition. They usually occur every 2-4 years depending on the competition and provide a development opportunity for those involved. The different sections below will highlight some of the upcoming multi-sport games that have been confirmed.

2022 Canada Summer Games (Niagara, Ontario)

Canada Summer Games 2022:Information Package CSG 2022
Canada Summer Games, Saskatchewan soccer teams Identification Registration
SSA is happy to announce the opening of registration for the Identification Events for the Saskatchewan soccer teams at the Canada Summer Games. Registration opens on Saturday December 11 at 9 a.m. and will remain open until March 1, 2022, at 11:59 p.m.
Before registration, please make sure you are familiar with the Saskatchewan Soccer, Canada Games Information Package, which can be found HERE. This document will include all the relevant information for athletes who would like to register for the ID Events.
To register, please click the link below.
If you have any questions, please email SSA's EXCEL Manager, Adam Miller, at
Canada Summer Games Timelines & Key Dates 
An updated timeline will be available when information is received. 
For further information about the 2022 Canada Summer Games, please visit Niagara 2022.


Male-Team Coaching Staff

Head Coach - Rob McCaffrey
Club/Organization - University of Regina Women
Current Licence - Canada Soccer B Part 2
"Being able to be a part of Team Sask at the 2021 Canada Games affords me the opportunity to have a lasting impact on the lives of tomorrow's leaders. The greatest joy is being able to play a small part in their personal development. To have the opportunity to lead this program throughout these prestigious games and to have the ability to collaborate and work alongside this amazing staff is a dream come true."
Assistant Coach (Analysis) - Abumere Okonofua
Club/Organization - University of Saskatchewan Women
Current Licence - Canada Soccer B Part 2
"I enjoy the opportunity to represent the Saskatchewan Soccer Community. I love to challenge myself at various levels of the game and contribute to the growth of soccer in Saskatchewan. I enjoyed my experience as part of the Team Sask 2019 Western Canada Summer Games staff and am honoured to be chosen as a member of Team Sask for the 2021 Canada Summer Games as a progression in my coaching journey and be a part of a successful Saskatchewan team in Niagara."
Assistant Coach (Manager) - Hassan Mowgli
Club/Organization - Valley Soccer Association
Current Licence - Canada Soccer B Part 2
"I'm excited to join the Canada Games Male coaching team. This is an opportunity for me to experience the highest level of youth soccer in the country and work with some of the best coaches & athletes in Saskatchewan. Personally, it allows me to give back to this province that I now call home. Thank you to everyone that's taking part in this. If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a province to raise a team."
Goalkeeper Coach - Zlatan Dautbegovic
Club/Organization - SSA EXCEL Program
Current Licence - Canada Soccer B Part 1
"I have been working with the best goalkeepers in the province for the last 25 years and I would like to help them to be well prepared and do their best on the big stage like this."
Support Coach - Issa Dawoud
Club/Organization - SSA EXCEL Program & Eastside Youth Soccer Association
Current Licence - Canada Soccer B Part 1
"After a wonderful experience as a member of the coaching staff for Team Saskatchewan for the Western Canada Games in 2019, I am honoured to be, once again, working with the high level of talent for the 2022 Games. It is thrilling to be a member of such a wonderful group of coaches and to play a part in the development of some of the most talented players in our fine province.”
Support Coach - Ryan Kennedy
Club/Organization - Prince Albert Youth Soccer Association
Current Licence - Canada Soccer B Part 1
"The reason that I wanted to be involved in the Canada Summer Games is to challenge myself and take responsibility for the role in preparing Saskatchewan's top youth soccer talent. Then also to be able to take part in the largest multi-sport event in the country which gives me the opportunity to represent my province proudly, and to build on and develop this program with honesty and my best effort makes me really enthusiastic about the challenge."

Female-Team Coaching Staff

Head Coach - Adam Miller
Club/Organization - SSA EXCEL Program
Current Licence - Canada Soccer B Part 2
"I am so excited to work with an incredibly strong coaching staff to provide our province's best athletes the chance to show what they can do on the national stage. An event like Canada Summer Games is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for athletes, and I am honoured to be a part of this special event and to be able to help them achieve their goals."
Assistant Coach (Analysis) - Jennie Waldner
Club/Organization - SSA EXCEL Program
Current Licence - Canada Soccer B Part 2
"I want to be involved in the Canada Summer Games program because I believe there are few experiences in life like attending a multi-sports event whether as a participant or a staff member/coach; making it difficult to pass up the opportunity to be a part of it! In addition, as a woman in sport, I have numerous women who have inspired me to dream big and achieve my goals. By continuing my development and being selected to be on the Canada Games staff, I hope to continue to break barriers for future women and girls. I believe that if you can see it, it ignites the possibilities within yourself.
Assistant Coach (Manager) - Shirley Potts
Club/Organization - FC Regina
Current Licence - Canada Soccer B Part 1
"I am excited for this opportunity to represent Saskatchewan Soccer. I am hoping to learn and support this great group of people on this journey to the Canada Summer Games. Let's go Sk!"
Goalkeeper Coach - Ashlyn Therens
Club/Organization - QC United
Current Licence - C Licence Trained
"I am excited to be with the 2021 Canada Summer Games program as a goalkeeper coach as I believe it is incredibly beneficial to both the team and the individual goalkeeper to have a coach trained in the position. My hope is that I will be able to share my knowledge and learn and grow from the other coaches involved in the program."
Support Coach - Robyn McNeill
Club/Organization - SSA EXCEL Program
Current Licence - C Licence Trained
"For me, being involved in the Canada Summer Games program is a win-win situation. I would have the opportunity to pass on knowledge that I have learned over my time as a player and a coach, while also gaining valuable new skills and lessons from the players and other staff. Being able to work with Saskatchewan's top athletes in a sport that has meant so much to me would be an incredible experience."
Support Coach - Taylor Bubnick
Club/Organization - University of Regina and SSA Excel Program
Current Licence - C Licence Trained
"I am excited to be a part of the 2021 Canada Summer Games program. I think it is a fantastic opportunity to share the knowledge that I have gained as a player and give back, in a coaching role, to a soccer community that has given so much to me. I also believe that it will be an excellent opportunity to learn and enrich my coaching journey. To be selected as a member of such an experienced coaching staff tasked with preparing young players for such an important competition is an absolute honour."

The Games are now scheduled to run from February 19-25, 2023. Please check back as information will continue to be updated as we get closer to the Games! 

Additional Information


North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) (Halifax, Nova Scotia)

Applications for NAIG Team Sask Coaches, Volunteers, and Sport Coordinators now open. 

For more information please visit Team Sask NAIG

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2021 Saskatchewan Summer Games (Lloydminster, Saskatchewan)


The next edition of the Summer games will take place in 2024.  

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