Indoor Important Information

Saskatoon Adult Soccer Indoor 2020-2021 Important Information

Before you register/join a team, it is important to understand the guidelines that we are following. The Saskatchewan Soccer Association (SSA) has developed a Return To Soccer Plan (RTSP) and we are currently in Phase 3 of the Return to Play. This allows us to offer game formats of up to 7v7, creating Mini-Leagues of 50 people. As per the Provincial Sport and Activities Guidelinesthe 50-person maximum per mini-league includes coaches, participants from multiple teams, officials who cannot maintain two metres of distancing from others at all times. 
This unfortunately means that if a team has a non playing coach, in order to be allowed on the field of play, said coach would need to be included in the roster limitations mentioned below.

Phase 1 - Return to Train (No contact)

Phase 2 - Return to Train (Minimal Contact)

Phase 3 - Return to Play (Increased Contact)

Phase 4 - Return to Play (Full Contact)

Individual Training

Social Distancing measures are in place Technical Based Activities

*Opposition may be created utilizing individuals from within same household or family bubble.

Designated “Team/Group” Based Training

Social Distancing measures are being relaxed

Small Group Activities

*Activities should be created where contact is avoidable as much as possible.

*Consider using individuals from within same household or extended family bubble in the same group/team(ideal).

Club based Play

Social Distancing measures are relaxed further

Intro of Small Game Formats (3v3 to 7v7)

Mini Leagues of 50 can be formed.

Open Play

Social Distancing measures are removed

All Game Formats (1v1 -


Phase 3 allows us to offer actual Game Formats, with increased contact from what was allowed during the previous two phases. It's important to note that Mini-League games will not be the Full Contact game you may be used to. Full Contact games can't only begin during Phase 4 of SSA's RTSP. 
We've all been away from the beautiful game that we love and we simply want to offer a safe return to the pitch for all our members.
Mini-League Rules to acknowledge before you register a team:
  • Roster Limit of 12
  • Substitutions on the fly
  • Kick-ins instead of Throw-ins
  • Players can only play on ONE team
  • No Player Transfer
  • No Playoffs
  • No Alignment Appeals
  • No Reschedule requests
  • Permitting is allowed, but only within your Mini-League

Given the Provincial limitation of 50 in a mini-league, we will be creating pools of 3-4 teams within each Division. Each team will play each other 3-5 times.

It's important to note that 2 out of the 50 spots in that mini-league "bubble" are reserved for Match Officials. 


MASKS ARE MANDATORY AT BOTH FACILITIES (Saskatoon Soccer Center's Policies, Procedures & Maps)

  • Masks must be worn by players, team officials and referees before & after games. It is optional to wear masks during play.
  • All spectators must wear masks for the full duration of time they are inside the facilities.


We will not be accepting any in office payments throughout the Indoor 2020-2021 Seasons.
Payments can be made online via credit card for both team fees and individual player registration fees.
Team Fees can also be paid by submitting an e-transfer to with the password 'soccer' to
Alternatively, Individual Player Registration e-transfers can be sent to
Reminder: for team fees or delayed payment requests, please include the team name/division in the note of the e-transfer.  For individual fees, please include the player name and team/division in the note of the e-transfer. 

Reschedule Requests will NOT be accepted for the Indoor 2020-2021 Seasons.  

BOTH teams are responsible for printing the game sheets for each game.  The game sheets will be available via your Team Portal. Information on your Team Portal will be sent shortly after your team has been accepted. Games will be overturned, and teams will be fined if they play ineligible players. All Permit Players need to be manually added to the game sheet.  

Team contacts are responsible for making sure all players are on their roster before they play in a game.  Rosters can also be viewed online or via your Team Portal.  
Game sheets must be signed after each game by the Team Contact to confirm the information.
See the Game Sheets section of the Rules and Regulations for full details.

Due to the scheduling constraints of turf we are unable to schedule the turf leagues on a consistent night.  However, for the boarded leagues, we do try to assign each division a couple nights in a week that they will consistently play.  Unfortunately, SAS cannot confirm what nights each division will be playing until the schedule is finalized.  Often, but not always, we are able to keep divisions on the same nights that they played on in past seasons.  However, this is NOT a guarantee.

Below is a breakdown of what nights each boarded division is designed to be playing this year (but, again, not a guarantee until the teams are accepted and schedules created):

MB1: Monday, Thursday                      
MB2: Monday, Thursday                    
MB3: Sunday, Wednesday
MB4: Sunday, Tuesday                    
WB1: Sunday, Tuesday                 
WB2: Sunday, Tuesday
WB3: Sunday, Thursday    
WB4: Monday, Thursday     
WB5: Sunday, Tuesday

WM: Sunday, Wednesday    
MM BOARDED: Monday, Thursday

Legends (Previously known as Over 50): Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

Coed Boarded: Fridays and Saturdays
Coed Masters: Saturdays
We cannot offer potential nights of play for the turf league due to limited field availability.

Men's / Women's / Women's Masters (Boarded) -  10 game season
Men's Masters Turf - 10 game season
Men's / Women's (1/4 Field Turf) -  10 game season
Men's / Women's Legends (1/4 Field Turf) -  10 game season
Coed (Boarded) -  10 game season
Coed Masters (1/4 Field Turf) - 10 game season

There will be no playoffs for the Indoor 2020-2021 Seasons.
There will be no individual goal scoring statistics kept in any of our Coed or Legends divisions. Standings will still be tracked for Coed but the individual goal scorers will not. Standings will not be tracked for Legends Men/Women.

Soccer ID cards are not required to partake in an SAS League game.  Instead, players can use a valid piece of Canadian Issued Identification (i.e passport, driver's license).  If needed, player ID Cards can be obtained Monday to Friday between 10:00am and 5:00pm for $20.  Please call the office to make an appointment. We cannot accept walk-ins.
Be sure to bring a piece of photo ID!
A picture of your Player ID card will not be accepted. 

Please go to the Player ID Card page for complete details on ID cards, and to the Dates & Deadlines page for dates of our Open Week - Extended Hours where ID cards are only $10.

You must be at least fifteen years of age before you can participate in any SAS sanctioned games.

There is no such thing as a “pick-up” or “sub” player.  All players MUST be registered with our league to play.
For the Indoor 2020-2021 Season, players can ONLY PERMIT WITHIN THEIR MINI-LEAGUE.  

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