Grande Prairie Soccer Association
  Monday, May 30, 2016  


    Welcome to Grande Prairie Soccer Association



    Monday - Friday

    8:30am - 4:30pm


    Phone (780)513-9525

    Fax (780)532-3292


    11319-105 Street
    Grande Prairie, AB
    T8V 7P1



    (Front office & bookings):

    Stephanie -


    Youth Program Coordinator: 

    Aneta -


    Adult Program Coordinator: 

    Kim -


    Executive Director: 

    Chris -









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    Minor Soccer Coaches Clinic

    U4, U6, and U8 - May 28th at 9:00am-10:00am at Rotary Field (Before the Minor Games)

    U10 and U12 - May 27th at 7:00pm-8:00pm at Gateway Field

    Open to all coaches and parents.

    Please send an email to if you are a current coach or assistant and not able to attend.


    Alberta Summer Games 

    Alberta Summer Games - Leduc, July 14-17, 2016

    Click here for Zone Selection/Tryouts

    Please Pre-Register by Emailing

    Full Name- DOB- Contact Number-Email

    ASA Members -A $5 tryout fee will be required when you tryout. Cash/Cheque only. If not currently registered with ASA please contact to confirm required fee.

    Link to Official Web Site


     Outdoor 2016 Minor Soccer Year End Schedule 

    U4 Mixed, U6 Mixed, U8 Boys, and U8 Girls will be playing at Rotary Soccer Fields (9797-95st)

    U10 Boys, U10 Girls and U12 Mixed will be playing at the Gateway Fields (corner of 111st and 106Ave) located behind the 10 Pin Bowling Lanes.

    U14 Mixed will be at the CKC Field which is the New Artificial Turf Field across from Charles Spencer High School


    Minor Soccer will continue even through the rain. Cancellations only happen if there is lightning present at the time of the game or if the City of Grande Prairie shuts the field's down.



    Summer Camp Schedule Now Posted

    For more information, please check out our summer camps page which is located under programs



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    Did you know GPSA has an AED?

    When someone goes into sudden cardiac arrest, their heart muscle stops beating in a regular rhythm and cannot pump blood and oxygen through the heart or to the rest of the body. An AED analyses the electrical activity of the victims heart and checks the hearts rhythm.

    If the heart is in ventricular fibrillation (VF) or ventricular tachycardia (VT), the AED instructs the provider to press a button that delivers a controlled shock to the victims heart. If the person is not in VF or VT the AED will not allow a shock to be delivered. Defibrillators work by delivering electrical energy to the heart during a cardiac arrest to correct the rhythm. The shock stops the heart briefly by depolarizing the heart muscle and allows the heart to resume a regular rhythm.  

    Placing the electrode pads in the correct position ensures that the electrical energy from the defibrillator follows the correct pathway through the heart. This pathway runs from the top right-hand side of the myocardium, down through the centre of the heart to the left-hand side of the ventricles.  

    GPSA stores the AED in the front entrance at the indoor pitch.

    The AED is moved to Rotary fields in the summer months and is stored in the ladies washroom.








    Created by: Aneta Skurski -- Last updated:May 26, 2016

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