UPDATE: REGISTRATION Still open amid new public health guidelines

New public health measures were announced aimed at stopping the spike of COVID-19 on May 5, 2021. The announcements included that sport and recreation will be paused for three weeks effective May 9, 2021.
During the break, our Technical Lead will be in contact with coaches to provide activities that can be completed at home. We will also be partnering with our friends at Scottish United SC to provide additional at-home training and activities to promote engagement for our players. If players do not have access to a ball for at-home training, please contact Alison to arrange to borrow a soccer ball from the club –  operations@wetaskiwinsoccer.com .
Sport has an incredible influence on physical health and mental well-being. Our club is a community, and staying connected to each other will help us all to get through this period. We will be working with our governing bodies to see a safe return to soccer as soon as possible. 
As with previous suspensions of activity, Wetaskiwin Soccer Club is committed to providing support, contact, and engagement opportunities to our players. Stay healthy, and if you need help during the break, please reach out to us. 
Thank you for your continued patience and support.

our mission

The Wetaskiwin Soccer Club is an active, dynamic soccer club, of which we are fiercely proud. We are committed to high levels of coaching and refereeing. With trust and respect, we encourage strong involvement by parents and the community. We foster enjoyment for players, parents, coaches, referees and volunteers.
Our mission is to make Wetaskiwin THE place to go for soccer, but we can’t do it without you. Please consider donating some of your extra time to the WSC! For more information, please contact us.




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