Grande Prairie Soccer Association
  Wednesday, February 10, 2016  
 
 
Announcement

       

    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

     

    Administrator

    (Front office & bookings):

    Stephanie - gpsa.office@telus.net

     

    Youth Program Coordinator: 

    Aneta - anetagpsa@telus.net

     

    Adult Program Coordinator: 

    Kim - kimgpsa@telus.net

     

    Executive Director: 

    Chris - chrisgpsa@telus.net

     

    COACHES CLINICS

    REFEREE CLINICS

    OUTDOOR FIELD MAPS

     

     

     

     

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    GP Minor Soccer Development Officer

    Please click here for: Job Description

    Grande Prairie Minor Soccer is seeking a self motivated, well organized individual to enhance coaching quality within minor soccer, with a focus on grass roots coaching development.

     


     

    Minor Soccer Year End Schedule

    Schedule Change Made for U8 Boys, U8 Girls, and U10 Girls Due to Scheduling Error

    Click on desired age category below for schedule:

    Timbits U4 Mixed

    Timbits U6 Mixed

    Timbits U8 Boys

    Timbits U8 Girls

    Booster Juice U10 Boys

    Booster Juice U10 Girls

    U12 Boys

    U12 Girls

    Harvey's U14 Boys

    NTOC U14 Girls

    GPMSA U16 Mixed

    All U4-U10 will recieve gold medals for taking part in a great soccer season.

    U12-U16's will be playing for placement medals based on the games within the tournament.   

     

    Timbits Jamboree

    All U4 Mixed, U6 Mixed, U8 Boys, and U8 Girls will be held on

    February  21st @ Pitch 1

    10:00am-3:00pm


     

    Wolves Soccer Club Group Picture!

    Wolves would like to set up a group picture with all the players who played in the Indoor 2014-2015 season and the Outdoor 2015.

    This also includes all coaches!

    The Group Picture will take place on:

    April 17th 2016 at the GP Regional College for 1:00pm

    We ask everyone to meet at Parking lot F 15 mins before (in your wolves tracksuits) in order to set everyone up with their team and in the stands.


    GPSA AGM

    Award of Excellence

    Presented to Nitrogen Technologies of Canada (NTOC)

     The award of excellence's goes to a Minor Soccer Sponsor who has greatly helped the soccer program. NTOC has sponsored Jersey's every season in order to allow the players to keep their jersey along with Soccer shorts, socks and balls. They have also donated waters and the BBQ food for our Outdoor 2015 Year End Jamboree and put in a float for Canada Day Parade inviting soccer players to ride along. This along with many other involves in Minor and GPSA is why we have selected to honor NTOC with our Award of Excellence!

    Thank you Nitrogen Tech for your support!


     

    New to WSC U10 Program 

    New to WSC U10 Program this year is consistent developmental training. This will take place on a regular basis and consist of 7 sessions total for each gender and be conducted by a qualified certified coach for each session. This will be open to all players who attended WSC U10 tryouts and allow them to still develop as a part of the WSC program in a positive manner and appropriate manner. 

     Wolves U10 Girls Training sessions will be held at Pitch 2 from 5:00pm-6:00pm on:

    Jan 13, Jan 27 Feb 10

    Wolves U10 Boys Training Sessions will be held at Pitch 2 from 5:00pm-6:00pm on:

    Jan 7, Jan 21, Feb 4, Feb 18

      


    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES 

     Medal Table/Jamboree Volunteers Year-End Tournament
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    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:Feb 05, 2016
     
        
     

     
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