2022 Outdoor Season

City League & Alliance League


Online Registration opens February 14- March 9.


League & Season Information


Birth Years


Boys and Girls




# of Games

Tentative Game Nights

Season Length






$100 per Player

8 games


U7G-Dev - Tues

U7B-Dev - Mon

With possible Fri/Sat/Sun

May 2 - June 30







$100 per Player

8 games


U9G-Dev - Thurs

U9B-Dev - Wed

 With possible Fri/Sat/Sun

May 2 - June 30













$100 per Player  

10 games


U10 & U11 Boys A - Monday

U10 & U11 Boys B - Tuesday

U10 & U11 Girls A - Thursday

U10 & U11 Girls B - Wednesday

With possible Fri/Sat/Sun

Apr 23 - June 30











$100 per Player

10 games
+ 1 final

(1st vs 2nd)



U12 & U13 Boys A - Wednesday

U12 & U13 Boys B - Thursday

U12 & U13 Girls A - Tuesday

U12 & U13 Girls B - Monday

With possible Fri/Sat/Sun

Apr 23 - June 30




Under- 15








$100 per Player

10 games
+ 1 final (1st vs 2nd)


U14 & U15 Boys A - Monday

U14 & U15 Boys B - Thursday

U14 & U15 Girls A - Monday

U14 & U15 Girls B - Wednesday

With possible Fri/Sat/Sun

Apr 23 - June 30



2005 - 06



2003 - 04






$100 per Player

10 games
+ 1 final (1st vs 2nd)



U17 Boys - Wednesday

U17 Girls - Tuesday

U19 Boys - Wednesday

U19 Girls - Tuesday

With possible Fri/Sat/Sun

Apr 23 - June 30



2003 - 2012

City League




$100 per Player

8 games
+ 1 final

(13-19 ONLY, 1st vs 2nd)

U11: 7v7 / U13-19 9v9


U11-U19 City - Friday

with possible Sat/Sun


Apr 23 - June 30




Aurora will be using the same uniforms as 2020-2021 indoor and outdoor. You will have the option to purchase a new uniform at the time of registration if you have outgrown the last one. All new players to Aurora or if you never played in 2021 you are required to purchase a uniform with your registration.  


Refundable Volunteer Fee

Per Player - $100 (U7-19) 

Minimum Hours Required - 4 Hours

Each player will be charged the volunteer deposit. If the minimum hours required is volunteered the volunteer deposit will be returned. If a member of the player's family does not volunteer, their volunteer deposit will be used to cover the costs required to hire additional resources for the club and will not be returned.

Refundable volunteer deposits are returned after each of the Aurora Soccer Tournaments and at the end of each of the soccer seasons once a 4-hour volunteer commitment is satisfied.

 Ways in which your refundable volunteer deposit is refunded: 

  • Coach or assistant coach your child’s soccer team
  • Manage your child’s soccer team (maximum of 2 managers per team)
  • Assist with becoming a bench supervisor (maximum of 1 bench supervisor per team and only required with opposite sex coaches)
  • Volunteer during the Aurora Soccer Tournaments
  • Volunteer on an Aurora Soccer Club committee or as an Aurora Soccer Club board member
  • Sponsorship at for the Aurora Soccer Club Tournaments


  1. Before registration closes - Complete registration fees refunded.
  2. Aurora shall retain a $50.00 administration fee from all players who withdraw after registration closes and before evaluations.
  3. Players who withdraw after the conclusion of placed divisions and/or team selections may receive a 70% refund
  4. Players who withdraw after the first scheduled game may receive a 50% refund if less than 50% of the player's current teams' scheduled games have not been played.
  5. No refund will be available after 50% of the player's current teams' scheduled games have been played.
  6. Refunds for medical reasons, subject to receipt of a medical certificate, will be pro-rated according to the number of scheduled games not played.  No refunds will be issued unless more than 50% of the regular and exhibition games are missed due to medical reasons


Link to register at the bottom of the page.

Aurora and Saskatoon Youth Soccer (SYSI) are pleased to announce a new format and structure for the SYSI competitive leagues, which is more in line with the aspirations and needs of players.

Over the past nine months, SYSI and its affiliated club Technical Directors have studied best practices regarding the formation and placing of teams within our leagues. Many academic studies and interviews with clubs and experts in player development across Canada and other parts of the world produced the following information:

  • Optimal development in youth players occurs when players of similar abilities are grouped together
  • A controlled study showed that in groups of mixed ability, neither the more advanced players nor the less advanced improved to the extent that they did when they were grouped by ability.
  • League play and games are more enjoyable for all when they are competitive, and any team could win on a given day.
  • Organizations that care, recognize their responsibility to ensure that child and youth players are appropriately placed in programs that provide optimal development opportunities.

City League:

is designed for players who need time to develop, either technically or physically or for those who want to maintain a level of flexibility in their commitment to soccer. It is also a place for beginner players over the age of ten, where they can master the fundamentals before moving to a more demanding environment if they wish.

  • More relaxed commitment to soccer
  • Participants will play one game a week only  with ONE practice2
  • Competitive league with standings, playoffs, etc. - Standings and playoffs are for U13-U19 only
  • To create equal, balanced teams.
  • Volunteer Commitment Deposit - $100 per player
    • Refunds will be issued after you complete your 4-hour volunteer hours
    • Coaches and team personnel will receive their refund at the end of the season


Alliance League:

is designed for players who have a reasonable grasp of fundamental soccer skills and for those who consider soccer their main sport.

  • Players must commit to one game per week and two additional training sessions per week with the potential of being assessed and selected (if interested) to the Alliance Academy for one additional training session per week.
  • Those who register for the Alliance league will have an evaluation. If the Alliance league is not the correct place for them, technically, socially, and developmentally, Aurora Technical may place players into the City League. The players moved to the City League will receive a minimum of two sessions per week and can be moved to the Alliance League if they become competent in the areas, they needed competency in, at the behest of the Technical Committee.
  • League will be structured by age group into juniors and seniors (numbers permitting) ie.- U11 there will be a U10 A+B teams and a U11A+B teams boys and girls, again numbers permitting.
  • U11 and U13 will have predominantly Senior/Junior groupings if numbers permit
  • U15 will be divided into two pools based on competency levels, but may use the junior/senior format, should registration numbers permit.
  • The U17 and U19 groupings will be decided based on registrations.
  • Under 13 players are eligible to represent Aurora in PSL summer league 
  • Alliance Players have access to the city-wide Alliance Academy (Extra Cost)
  • Evaluations time and dates will be posted on the Aurora website. 
  • Volunteer Commitment Deposit - $100 per player
    • Refunds will be issued after you complete your 4-hour volunteer hours
    • Coaches and team personnel will receive their refund at the end of the season
    • Eligible selection into Outdoor 2022 Saskatoon Alliance PSL teams will be for those who participated in the Alliance League during the Indoor 2021-22 Season with a Zone team.


Alliance Academy:

  • Only open to Alliance League players registered with SYSI
  • Registration for try-outs will open in August on the SYSI website
  • Additional fees for Alliance Academy
  • Alliance Academy players will form future U15 and U17 PSL teams representing Saskatoon Youth Soccer
  • Alliance Academy Player Assessments will take place on Sat Oct 2 and Sun Oct 3 at the Saskatoon Sports Centre.
  • Players selected for the Academy must be registered in their zone and are participating in the Alliance league.
  • One additional training session, on top of the 2-3 training sessions with the Alliance League sessions


U7 and U9 Development League

  • One game per week
  • Two practices per week
  • If there are multiple teams in an age group, they will be balanced.
  • Volunteer Commitment Deposit - $100 per player
    • Refunds will be issued after you complete your 4-hour volunteer hours
    • Coaches and team personnel will receive their refund at the end of the season


Registration Age Groups

Born 2015 / 2016 - Under-7 D-League

Born 2013 / 2014 - Under-9 D-League

Born 2012 - Under 10

Born 2011 - Under 11

Born 2010 - Under 12

Born 2009 - Under 13

Born 2008 - Under 14

Born 2007 - Under 15

Born 2005/ 2006 - Under 17

Born 2003 / 2004 - Under 19

** Players born in 2003/2004 are not eligible to participate in the U17 age group for the Outdoor Provincial Championships



League FAQ


Why are there two separate leagues?

Saskatoon Youth Soccer has moved to the two-league format to provide a wider range of options for youth soccer to meet the different commitments desired by different players.

The City League is a lower financial and time commitment. It is good for players who have another primary sport/activity, want to play for fun, or are new to the sport. The program consists of               one game per week, and zones may provide additional training opportunities.

The Alliance League is for players who have soccer as their primary activity and want to play competitively. There are more opportunities for development and as a result the time commitment is greater. It is similar to our current club program with one game and two practices per week. The Alliance Academy provides an additional practice each week. Players are expected to be committed to the program.


Why has the cost increased?

Costs are based on fees that the zones are required to pay to Saskatoon Youth Soccer. The new structure includes more field times, resulting in a higher cost. Fees also cover other costs that Aurora incurs in running the programs such as paid coaching staff and equipment.


Why do I have to purchase a uniform at an additional cost?

The cost of the uniforms was previously built into the registration cost. The decision was made to separate the costs of uniforms from registration in order to minimize the costs to families wherever possible - if you have a current uniform that still fits you do not have to pay for a new one. Due to this change you are required to provide your correct uniform number during registration.


Do I have to register for the Alliance League and Alliance Academy?

The Alliance Academy is a separate registration and program as it is run by Saskatoon Youth Soccer (it is city-wide, not zoned). Participation in the program is tryout driven, but players must also be registered in their zone Alliance League to be eligible.


Can I play in the City League and tryout for PSL?

No - Players in the City League will NOT be eligible for PSL the following spring/summer.


How do I register for the Alliance Academy?

Registration is done through the Saskatoon Youth Soccer website.


Can my kid switch between Alliance and City leagues?

Any player can more to the City league from the Alliance league if they choose.  During a season once in the City league to move to Alliance League will come with the approval of the TD


Will a refund be offered switching from Alliance to City?

Yes, you will receive a refund in fees based on the difference in cost if you move from the Alliance league to the City League


Is there a cost to switch from City to Alliance?

Yes, you will have the pay the difference in the fees if you move to Alliance league from City League


How will teams be formed within each age group?

The intention in the Alliance Leagues is to have teams based on one-year age groups (junior and senior teams), rather than two-year age groups.  For example, after evaluating and selecting players and forming teams, ideally a zone would put in a 2011 and 2012 team within the U11 age group.  However, teams could end up consisting of majority 2011, with some advanced 2012 players.  Conversely 2012 teams could have 2011 players to provide for additional development opportunities. If numbers do not support two teams (junior and senior) the technical staff can choose to put a single team in either the 2011 or 2012 league with players of both ages. This will apply to both A and B divisions within the Alliance League.  

The general idea behind these decisions is creating environments to develop all players the most beneficial, fun way possible, while following long term player development. 


If you have any questions, Please email the Registrar at registrar@aurorasoccer.ca  

Online Registration opens February 14 and closes March 9.


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