Just For Fun
Whitehorse Recreational Co-ed Soccer is a non-competitive recreational league for adults (18 and over) that has been running since 1999. Whether you join for outdoor or indoor, you'll meet many people, get lots of exercise, and have loads of fun. We typically put on one social event each season as well. Plus, you get a glamorous T-shirt for your registration fee. Our outdoor season starts in May, the indoor season in October.
- A friendly, recreational atmosphere
- Equal time on the field for all players
- No contact or rough play
- Engineered teams
- Team shirt with logo
- No fitness or experience necessary
- Web and e-mail administration
- Partial indoor season rates
2019-2020 Indoor Season
Get ready for the second half of the indoor season!
Please register by 10:30 p.m. on Thursday, January 2nd or when all spaces are taken.
Note the 4 hours of free drop-in games scheduled over the Christmas period: Sunday, Dec. 22 and 29 from 8:00 to 9:30, and Thurs., Jan 2 from 9:00 to 10:00. They are open to anyone 18 or older, but remember, these are recreational games.
You don't have to play the whole time period. No wrist band is required. Please wear a dark shirt (black, charcoal, navy) or a light one (white, yellow, light grey).
The second portion of the season offers 26 games per team between January 5 and April 19. (The field is unavailable for an 11-day period in mid-March when Whitehorse hosts the Arctic Winter Games.)
Every team plays each Sunday (at 7:00, 8:00 or 9:00) and then either on Wednesday (at 8:00 or 9:00) or Thursday (at 9:00).
Second half only: $132; subtract $13 if you played in either the summer or autumn seasons.
2019 Outdoor Season
The 2019 outdoor season has finished! Thanks to everyone for a great season.
Drop in games will continue while players are showing still showing up. Games are Monday and Thursday evenings. Game times are getting earlier as we keep losing light earlier.
The Whitehorse Star featured the league in an article! Travis and Ehab from the Blue team were quoted for the story and an awesome action shot from the game between Black and Blue was included. The article was published on January 10th.
...the emphasis is on learning the game, building a skill set and making new friends.
- The Whitehorse Star
It’s about having fun so I enjoy encouraging both teams.
- Ehab Alhag Hussen
...a good mix of skilled players and new players...
- The Whitehorse Star
I feel like I’ve come a long way and the better players make you better.
- Travis McCallum