WEYBURN - Weyburn Minor Soccer has begun its indoor soccer program for the fall and winter at the Credit Union Spark Centre. Shown here are the U-13 boys group, which practiced on Thursday evening, with two different groups of boys going on Mainil Field.
Minor Soccer has groups from as young as two years old up to adult age levels. There is even an adult competitive league, currently with four teams, who will play every Tuesday evening.
The association has booked the Spark Centre for six out of seven days of the week.Programs run Monday through Thursday, plus Saturday mornings, Sunday mornings and Sunday evenings.
For the upcoming season, Weyburn Soccer is looking for a passionate individual to join the technical team as a program coordinator for the Adaptive Soccer program. The coordinator position will work closely with the technical director, Tyler Hillstead.
They will work on continuing to grow club relationships with organizations that work with intellectual and physical disabilities and continuing to look for ways to grow the program and reach new players.
“We are also looking for coaches for adult and youth adaptive programs. Thanks to Canadian Tire Jumpstart, we are able to offer these coaching positions as a paid position. The adult coach commitment will be on Thursday nights from 7-8 p.m., and the youth coach commitment will be on Sunday mornings from 9-10 a.m. Weyburn Soccer will provide all training necessary to be successful,” said Hillstead.