Player Assessments for the 2018 - 2019 Indoor Season are scheduled for August 27 - 30, and September 4 - 7, 2018. All sessions will be hosted at our home facility, the Edmonton Scottish Society (3105 - 101 Street SW). A layout of the facility, including fields, is available here.
Pre-registration for our Tryout and Try-Us-Out Sessions is required.
Our Grassroots Program accepts all interested players born 2011 - 2015; we do NOT have player evaluations / assessments. Attendance at these sessions is not mandatory, but we encourage families to bring their child(ren) as it will allow them to become familiar with our training environment.
Under 4 - 6 (Birth Year 2015 - 2013)
Under 7 - 8 (Birth Year 2012 - 2011)
Our U9 - 10 Developmental Program attempts to accept all interested players born 2009 - 2010, assuming the Club has the coaching resources and quantity of players to form teams with a sufficient number of players.
Under 9 Boys (Birth Year 2010)
Under 9 Girls (Birth Year 2010)
Under 10 Boys (Birth Year 2009)
Under 10 Girls (Birth Year 2009)
Our U11 - 12 Developmental Program is designed for players born 2007 - 2008; these age groups do have formal player evaluations.
Under 11 Boys (Birth Year 2008)
Under 11 Girls (Birth Year 2008)
Under 12 Boys (Birth Year 2007)
Under 12 Girls (Birth Year 2007)
Our U13 - 17 Competitive Program is designed for players born 2006 - 2002; these age groups do have formal player evaluations.
Under 13 Boys (Birth Year 2006)
Under 13 Girls (Birth Year 2006)
Under 15 Tier 2 Boys (Birth Year 2005)
Under 15 Tier 2 Girls (Birth Year 2005)
Under 15 Tier 1 Boys (Birth Year 2004)
Under 15 Tier 1 Girls (Birth Year 2004)
Under 17 Tier 2 Boys (Birth Year 2003)
Under 17 Girls (Birth Year 2002 / 03)
Under 17 Tier 1 Boys (Birth Year 2002)
Our Youth Programming includes Grassroots, Developmental and Competitive Streams of Play, while our Adult Affiliates offer Men and Women Recreational and Elite opportunities for players 17 - 45+ Years of Age.
A great club starts with passion, purpose and values-based goals. Our directors, coaches, managers, volunteers and administrators are committed to offering players and families a progressive, player-centric environment.
The Edmonton Scottish Society will soon provide a year-round home to its sport and cultural members, including Scottish United Soccer Club. Learn more about the facility, and the under-construction Edmonton Soccer Dome.
Edmonton Scottish United Soccer Club provides Long-Term Player Development Model-compliant programming for Grassroots (U5-8), Developmental (U9-12) and Competitive Players (U13 - 17). At the adult level, we are affiliated with the 2016 Men's Challenge Cup National Champions Edmonton Scottish Soccer Club, and the 9-time Women's Jubilee Shield National Champions Edmonton Angels Scottish Women's Soccer Club. Our soccer programs share Grant MacEwan Park, the home of the Edmonton Scottish Society.
Leadership & Facilitation
Fair Play & Inclusion
Teamwork & Camaraderie