Bringing the Edmonton Soccer Community Together
YEG Soccer Project aspires to enhance the soccer experience in The City of Edmonton through community engagement and relentless Advocacy.
We believe Soccer is an integral part of our cultural, social landscape and an exceptional vehicle to promoting health and wellness in our community.
The World's Game
Soccer is “The Worlds Game”. It is accessible. It is Universal. It is The Beautiful Game.
Soccer has tremendous and inherent social benefits. Whether it is health and wellness, gender equality, leadership skills, or community involvement – Soccer shines as an amazing resource for all ages.
Soccer transcends all languages, races, cultures, religions and ethnicities. It gives children of all backgrounds an escape, a place to belong, a place to build bridges and most importantly a place to find hope.
Our Vision is to engage with the grassroots soccer community but also the community at large to help create a fertile environment for soccer to grow through initiatives that tell the story of Soccer in YEG.
**This article was written by our Founder and President, Ricardo Casanova in another one of his roles as Memberships Director for the Terwillegar Community League** We are now in full swing of the Soccer season, made apparent by the evening and weekend chatter on many...read more
I am appreciative to City Council and Administration for engaging in this topic. Their thoughtful questions make it clear they understand the challenges faced by their important sports communities. The large and diverse group of Soccer supporters that attended the...read more
Statement by YEG Soccer about PDL barring Stephanie Labbe Gender equality is important to, not only our sport, but our entire country. With over 40% of registered Soccer players in Canada being female, it is important to our sport that we are supporting the hopes and...read more
There is a very exciting soccer event coming up in #yeg in the Summer of 2018 and it is called The Top Of The City Game. The concept of this event is simple which is where its brilliance comes from. It will be a continuous 36 hour soccer game on the longest weekend...read more
On April 18th, 2018 the Community and Public Services Committee meeting met and engaged with the public to hear opinions on the asks regarding FC Edmonton and Clarke Stadium. You can find more information here:...read more
We sent out a Questionnaire to all of the City Council Candidates, and compiled their responses.read more
We sent the following 4 questions out to all of the Candidates for School trustee both for EPSB as well as ECSD, please see below for their responses.read more
As you may have heard the Sports Fields in Edmonton are closed until May 12th.read more