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Alberta Soccer Association  – Beginning tonight, the best amateur adult soccer teams in the province will battle it out at Senior Soccer Fest in Edmonton and Calgary. Throughout the long weekend, a total of 66 teams and nearly 1,200 players will compete in 102 games – all in the hopes of winning one of 13 Provincial Championships and for some, a highly coveted spot at Canada Soccer’s National Club Championships.

Winners of the men’s Challenge Cup and women’s Jubilee Shield, which are comprised of teams from the Alberta Major Soccer League, will compete for a national title in Surrey, BC in October. Top teams in the Over-35 competitions, Masters Major and Classics Major, will qualify to attend the Western Masters and Classics Championships in Edmonton in late September.

“Much like the Youth Tier I to Nationals competitions that took place last weekend, Senior Soccer Fest is a feature event for senior teams in Alberta. The event represents the best of amateur soccer in Alberta – highlighting the teams’ success from the season and giving them an opportunity to be awarded the Provincial Championship title,” said Richard Adams, Alberta Soccer Executive Director. “We look forward to the high-level soccer that’s sure to take place, and wish all the teams a great weekend.”

All showcase games will take place on Monday, September 4th. 

Media from across the province are welcome to cover the championships all weekend. Showcase games in Edmonton will be held at the Bill Gilhespy Soccer Complex. For full schedules and results, please visit competitions.albertasoccer.com 
About the Alberta Soccer Association

The Alberta Soccer Association is the largest individual sports association in Alberta with 90,000 registered members. Alberta Soccer, in collaboration with its membership and partners, strives to create a centre of excellence for the game, providing opportunities for all players to reach their full potential.    

Darron Bunt
Alberta Soccer Association                       
Competitions Coordinator
(780) 378-8107 (office)
(780) 288-8329 (mobile)