Outdoor Important Information

Since Outdoor 2020, we have been using RAMP as our website platform and registration system.

Please note that each  player will need to have a profile to be able to register themselves to their team. You will use that same profile to register teams as well as for future SAS tournaments and seasons registrations.

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 hope to be in Phase 3 of the Return to Play again so we can resume play. Phase 3 allows us to offer game formats of up to 7v7, creating Mini-Leagues of 50 people.

As per the Provincial Sport and Activities Guidelines, the 50-person maximum per mini-league includes coaches, participants from multiple teams, officials who cannot always maintain two metres of distancing from others. 

This 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 either be included in the roster limitations mentioned below or wear a mask at all times and maintain 3 meter distance from players. Also, a coach cannot be in a bubble elsewhere in the league. (I.e.: Coach one team and play on another, coach two teams etc.)

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 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
  • Players can only play on ONE team
  • No Offsides
  • Substitutions on the fly
  • Kick-ins instead of Throw-ins
  • Permitting within bubble/division Only
  • No Player Transfers
  • No Playoffs
  • No Reschedule requests

Given the Provincial limitation of 50 in a mini-league, we will be creating pools of 4 teams within each Division. Each team will play each other twice. On rare occasions, we may need to host divisions of 3 teams. We will avoid this option as best we can.

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


League Start Date

The approximate start date for the 2021 Outdoor Mini-League Season is Friday, May 14.

League games may be played on Statutory Holidays and long weekends for the mini-league.

Please see the Dates & Deadlines page for full details of all deadlines.


Roster Size

Due to COVID and the government restrictions, the roster maximum is a 12-person roster.


Mini-League Fields

Games will be played on half field outdoors on turf at the Saskatoon Sports Centre and on City grass fields.

Individual Player Registration

All individuals playing in the 2021 Outdoor Mini-League Season will be required to register themselves online and must pay their Individual Player Registration fee before they will appear on a roster.

Individual Player Registration will open after divisions have been set and teams have been accepted. The team contacts will receive more information to forward to their players once we have placed the teams into a division.
Please go to the Individual Player Registration page to register or for additional information.

Permit Players

Permitting is only allowed within a player’s own bubble/division.


Multiple Teams

Due to COVID, players can play on only ONE team.

Scheduled Nights of Play

SAS cannot confirm what nights each division will be playing on until the schedule is finalized. Often, we are able to keep divisions on the same nights that they played on in past seasons, but it is NOT a guarantee. Below is a breakdown of what nights each division should play this coming season:

Coed/Coed Masters: Friday/Saturday

M1: Sunday, Thursday
M2: Sunday, Wednesday
M3: Wednesday, Monday*
M4: Sunday, Tuesday
M5: Sunday, Wednesday
M6: Sunday, Tuesday
* In the event of a reschedule due to weather conditions, games will take place on Wednesdays or Thursdays to avoid back-to-back Sunday-Monday games.

W1: Sunday, Tuesday
W2: Sunday, Thursday
W3: Sunday, Wednesday
W4: Thursday, Monday*
* In the event of a reschedule due to weather conditions, games will take place on Wednesdays or Thursdays to avoid back-to-back Sunday-Monday games.


Masters (Over 30 Women & 35 Men)

MW: Sunday, Wednesday

MM: Sunday, Thursday


Legends (Over 45 Women & 50 Men)

Women: Tuesdays, Thursdays

Men: Mondays*, Wednesdays

* In the event of a reschedule due to weather conditions, games will take place on Wednesdays or Thursdays to avoid back-to-back Sunday-Monday games.

ID Cards and Clinics

A Player ID Card or a Canadian Government issued photo I.D. is required at every game to play, and the card name must match the registration name. ID Cards need to be shown to the referee before every game. You will not be allowed to play without a player ID card or Canadian Government issued photo I.D.

ID Cards no longer expire, and new cards will not have an expiration date on them. The expiration dates on older cards will simply be ignored. It is, however, each player’s responsibility to update their card if it is worn out or if the picture no longer resembles them.


Age Minimum

You must be at least fifteen (15) years of age before you can participate in any SAS sanctioned games.


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