Aurora Soccer Club
The Aurora Soccer Club (ASC) was formed in 1997 when Saskatoon Youth Soccer Inc. (SYSI) adopted the zoning policy. Aurora is the governing organization for youth soccer in Zone 3. Our mandate is to promote and assist the development and enjoyment of soccer for youth in our zone. We also strive to develop the concepts of fair play, teamwork, competitive sportsmanship, ethical behavior and good fellowship among all those involved in our sport.
Equipment Return Volunteer Signup
The equipment return is on March 28th from 10:30-1:30. If you still need to get your hours in for the INDOOR season, this is your chance! Your volunteer hours will go toward Aurora's minimum 6 hours volunteer requirements per season. If families do not make 6 hours their $100 volunteer bond will not be refunded. Volunteer Signup
Date Change - Harder Avalon Classic Committee Meeting
The next HAC meeting will be Wednesday, April 8 at 7:00 pm at the Pleasureway Pub (not the 7th as previously noted).
Lots of information regarding registration, the U10 Development league, and lots more. View the Spring 2015 Newsletter.
Under 10 Development League
New! U10 players (ages 8 and 9) can play with Aurora! More info is available on the Registration page.
Star Phoenix Inside Soccer Top 10
We made the list at #7!
7) Aurora Concordes Success
This under 14 girls’ team achieved everything they were offered in 2014. Going undefeated throughout indoor, they picked up the city title, provincial title and SISCO premier girls tournament banner. They then went undefeated for outdoor earning them a PSL championship and the right to represent Saskatchewan at club nationals.
Glowing Review on a Class Act
The U12GP Rangers helped out at The Salvation Army New Year's Community Dinner, and they made quite the impression. Take a look at what Heather Hedstrom, Community and Donor Relations Advisor, had to say about the team:
"I am contacting you in regards to the Aurora Ranger U12 Premier Girls team. I had the privilege of meeting this exemplary group of girls, January 15th at The Salvation Army New Year's Community Dinner, as the girls and their coach volunteered. The Salvation Army provided a meal to over 550 people and the girls all worked very hard helping to serve the meals and clean-up after the event, displaying great attitudes and warm smiles. The Aurora Ranges were great ambassadors for the Aurora Soccer Club and youth in general. You should be proud to have a great group of girls representing your club, proudly wearing their team jackets. Many times people put in the effort to contact you over a negative situation, I just want to contact you to inform you of something great. A pleasant group of girls representing soccer, the Aurora Soccer Club and youth."
Fantastic work young ladies!