Yorkton United FC


Yorkton United's programming uses a holistic 4-corner approach to player development, working on technical, psychological, physical, and social development. This style is designed to challenge players to develop their soccer skills using activities and games to help master core soccer skills such as dribbling, passing, receiving, and shooting.

Technical

Consolidated soccer skills through "Games-Based" model.

  • Dribbling
  • Passing
  • Shooting
  • Receiving

Psychological

Training environments to support and develop:

  • Having Fun!
  • Feeling Safe
  • Decision Making
  • Problem-Solving
  • Promote Creativity 
  • Build Confidence

Physical

Develop confidence in basic physical movement skills.

  • ABCs - Agility, Balance, and Coordination
  • Improve the ability to use both right and left sides during an activity
  • SAQ - Speed, Agility, and Quickness

Social

Allow social skills to develop in a safe and supportive environment.

  • Communication
  • Confidence
  • Friendship 
  • Respecting others
  • Self-esteem
  • Teamwork

Under 15 Boys & Girls

For Players born in 2009 & 2010

Season Starts April 29th and ends mid July

Boys and girls will train in their own teams.

U15s will train 2 times a week, 
Days and Times TBA
Location: TBA

Under 17 & 19 Boys

U17 players born in 2007 & 2008
U19 players born in 2005 & 2006

Season Starts April 29th and ends mid July

U17 & U19 Boys will train 2 times a week, 
Days and Times TBA
Location: TBA

Under 17 & 19 Girls

U17 players born in 2007 & 2008
U19 players born in 2005 & 2006

Season Starts April 29th and ends mid July

U17 & U19 Boys will train 2 times a week, 
Days and Times TBA
Location: TBA

Competitions


For the 2024 Outdoor soccer teams are schedule to participate in the following weekends.  

Weekends 
1. Moose Jaw - May 10-12
2. Weyburn - June 7-9
3. Provincials - June 14-16 in Saskatoon.

Moose Jaw and Weyburn weekends are included in your fees,   Provincials is the team attend would require an additional team fee.

Fees


$310 =  $210 Club Fee + $100 Competition fee

Early Bird Discount:  $10 before Feb 29th
Late Fee:   $10 after March 31st.

Volunteer Bonds

Each player is required to log 4 volunteer hours with the club. A bond of $100 is due before the start of the season and is returned at the end of the season once hours are completed.

Examples of volunteer opportunities:

  • coaching
  • helping with events 
  • field maintenance
  • Team Manager 
  • Board Member

Other options are:

  • Buy Out at the beginning of the season for $100. This means the only other obligation is to sell the one ticket book per player and no other volunteer funds or time is required.
  • Sell 4 raffle books in lieu of volunteering

Jersey Deposit


A jersey deposit of $100 is required prior to receiving your game jerseys. Deposits can be cheque (un-dated is you prefer so we can roll it over to next season), cash or e-transfer, and are returned at the end of the season when the jersey is returned in good condition. If your jersey is lost, or not returned, the $100 will be kept at the club to be used for jersey replacement.

Raffle Tickets


Due to the success of our last few raffles, Yorkton United will again be running a Spring Raffle with exciting prizes to be won! Each player will be required to sell one book of tickets (10 tickets per book at $5.00 each) 
If you are choosing to sell ticket books in place of your volunteer commitment, you will be asked to sell 4 books.