Whitehorse Recreational Co-ed Soccer is a non-competitive recreational league for adults (18 and over) that has been running since 1999. Whether you join for outdoor or indoor, you'll meet many people, get lots of exercise, and have loads of fun. We typically put on one social event each season as well. Plus, you get a glamorous T-shirt for your registration fee. Our outdoor season starts in May, the indoor season in October.
Features of the league include:
- A friendly, recreational atmosphere
- Equal time on the field for all players
- No contact or rough play
- Engineered teams
- Team shirt with logo
- No fitness or experience necessary
- Web and e-mail administration
- Partial indoor season rates
The league executive is a group of volunteers that presently includes: Michael Tilbrook, Vaughan Johnstone, Ehab Alhag Hussein, Gregory Bryce, Joanna Sharp, John Main and Stephanie Main.
Questions or comments for the league executive should be sent to email@example.com.
2018 Outdoor Season
Team lists for the outdoor season are now posted; please go to the “Downloads” link above.
On-line registration for the 2018 outdoor season is now underway. To register, please follow this link. Registration is limited to 92 players; it closed on May 30, but late registrations will be accepted for a period.
Game Times and Location
Free drop-in games will be offered on the "Vanier" field behind Vanier Catholic Secondary School in Riverdale on Monday, May 28 at 8 o'clock and again on May 30.
The regular schedule for registered players will start on Monday, June 4. Games will be played every Monday and Wednesday from 8:00 to 9:30 p.m. at the Vanier field and at Christ the King Elementary School on Nisutlin Dr. Unfortunately, the "George White" field at Vanier is not available to us this year; we will see if we can get it later in the summer.
2017-18 Indoor Season
Drop-in adult soccer Sundays 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. starting April 15 at the Canada Games Centre. Games will continue as long as people are interested, probably for four or five Sundays until the outdoor season starts. Organized by our league, adhering to the usual recreational philosophy, using small nets. A CGC wristband is required. If possible, wear a dark or light-coloured T-shirt.
Getting ready for a game!
All league documents, including the league philosophy, team lists and schedules, are available at our downloads page. Additional communications (such as cancellations or social event notifications) are sent via e-mail. You can also check out our facebook page!
Any questions or comments on the league can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Refunds / Fee Adjustments
The league is not able to refund players who after registering become unable to play due to an injury, a change in their work schedule, an unplanned move from the Territory, a new love in their life, a spouse complaining that they're not spending enough time at home – well, you get the idea. Sorry, but the league is now so large that, because it's administered by volunteers, we need things to be standardized. That includes there being one schedule of fees for everyone.
Related to this, the league cannot offer an individualized fee to any player. For example, if you can't play on a certain night each week, well that's the way it goes. You don't get to pay less than the regular fee.
To date the league has had dozens of successful social events. They have ranged from an afternoon of curling, trivia games, food and drinks at the Whitehorse Curling Club to a pizza and mass Pictionary house party.
Other events in recent years have tended toward nachos and drinks on the patio of Sanchez Cantina or pizza and appies and beer at a restaurant or pub. Your ideas and enthusiasm are needed!
Anyone interested in organizing social events, or with suggestions, should speak to a member of the executive. We welcome ideas and assistance!
A social night at Epic Pizza