Outdoor Soccer 2015
U14 Mixed Soccer Schedule
Minor Soccer Indoor 2015-2016 Registration
August 1st 2015-September 20th 2015
August 25th-27th 2015
September 8th-10th 2015
** NEW ** OUTDOOR ADULT COED DROP-IN, CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS
The 2016 AWG Team Alberta Futsal Team
Regional Trials in Grande Prairie will be held at the following times on Sunday, Sept 13, 2015:
10am-11am and 3pm-4pm, Junior Girls (2000/01)
11am-12pm and 4pm-5pm, Junior Boys (2000/01)
12pm-1pm and 5pm-6pm, Juvenile Girls (2002/03)
1pm-2pm and 6pm-7pm, Juvenile Boys (2002/03)
All sessions will take place at the GP Indoor Soccer Center (11319 105 St )
*There is a $10 trial fee payable at time of first session, in cheque or cash, to help cover the cost of trials. Cheques will be made payable to Alberta Soccer Association. Any players not affiliated with Alberta Soccer for the current season must preregister with email@example.com, there will be a slight charge for this for insurance purposes. Proper footwear and equipment MUST be worn during these trials
**Final Trials for these teams will take place at a later date in Grande prairie in mid to late November. Only players selected from both Regionals Trials in GP and Ft mac will attend the Final Trials.**
***The 2016 Arctic Winter Games will take place March 5-12, 2016 in Greenland***
May 14th, 2015
Men's Online Registration is up and running!
** Please ensure you have communicated with the team rep prior to registering on a team. **
MEN'S AND LADIES: INTERESTED IN PLAYING BUBBLE SOCCER?
Follow this link :
Click Ernie's Logo for Soccer Discount
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.