We will be selecting head coaches for our U11, U13, U15, and U18 teams on Sunday, February 25th. If you have not yet submitted your application, please do so on our Power Up member zone: https://soccerchaleur.powerupsports.com/ .
Additionally, for those who have already submitted their application, make sure you have also sent us your Respect in Sports code and your criminal background check. If we do not have this information/documents, your application may not be considered if more than one person is interested in the same position.
To assist our coaches, we have created a comprehensive guide on what is required to coach with the Soccer Chaleur club. Here is the link to this guide: https://www.soccerchaleur.ca/fr/entraineurs.php
Following last summer's success in the U9 group, we will be adding parent volunteers with the U5 and U7 groups with the aim of better surrounding our players. These parents will be accompanied by our summer employees at all times. No soccer knowledge required. Please note that the number of teams will be adjusted depending on the number of volunteer coaches available! We are now accepting applications U5 (2019-20), U7(2017-2018) and U9(2015-16) coaches in preparation for our summer season. To apply, please go to our Power Up member zone and log in to your account. Thereafter, under the Volunteer Now tab you will find the Team Official application. https://soccerchaleur.powerupsports.com/ Please note that coaches will be required to complete the respect in sport training and submit their criminal record check to us. The respect in sport training is free using the code provided in the application form.
Club Soccer Chaleur is looking for full-time and part-time employees for the summer of 2023. We are looking for high school and post-secondary students to work with us and our young soccer players. An ideal candidate for us must be over the age of 14, must be fluent in English and French, be available at least from 4:45 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. Monday to Thursday in addition to being available on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Experience in coaching, soccer and with children is an asset. If you are interested, please send your resume by April 15th
IMPORTANT (Parent of players born in 2014-2015)
For our summer 2023 season, there will be changes for our U9 group (kids born in 2014-15). The program will not only be run by our summer employees, but in collaboration with volunteer coaches during practices and games. Summer employees will take care of preparing practices, explaining/presenting drills and supporting parent-coaches with their team. We hope that with this change, players will be better supported to help in their development. In addition, this will be a good opportunity for parents who want to take their first step into the world of coaching. We are therefore looking for parents willing to help with this group.
If you are interested, please log in to your Power Up account at https://soccerchaleur.powerupsports.com/ and under the "Volunteer Now" tab, choose and complete the form for "Team Official".
*Although useful, no soccer knowledge is necessary.
Please also note that we are looking for 8 parent-coaches, 4 for the Bathurst region and 4 for the Belle-Baie region. The number of players accepted this summers will be determined by the number of parent coaches we have interested.
Message for ALL teens born in 2004, 2005 and 2006 If you would like to play soccer this summer in the northern league, you just have to send us an email or a message on our Facebook page to show your interest. If we have enough interest, a first session will be scheduled for the group of girls and for the group of boys. You have until April 30 to show your interest!
The Soccer Chaleur club will hold these identification camps for the U13 (2009-2010) and U15 (2007-2008) groups which will take place between April 4th and 14th at the Nigadoo Sportplex. These camps are necessary to see the interest and the level of the players before forming our teams for the AA and AAA divisions. Players who want to play this summer in one of these 2 age groups will have to participate in a minimum of one out of 4 sessions to be considered in a team. If the interest or the level of play is not reached for AAA, tryouts for the AA division will be reopened in May.
The schedule of identification camps for the different groups can be found on the image linked to this post.
There will be 2 information sessions by virtual meeting for parents who have kids who want to play, born between 2004 and 2012. The first session will be in French on Tuesday March 29th at 8:30 p.m. and the second in English on Wednesday March 30th at 8:30 p.m. If you would like to participate, please email [email protected] with your session choice. You will receive the link afterwards. The meeting will last about 30-40 minutes, you will also have the chance to ask your questions afterwards.
The Chaleur Soccer club is looking for coaches, assistants and managers for our competitive teams: U11, U13, U15 and U18. If you are interested please complete the team official form under the ``Volunteer Now!`` tab of our Power Up member area: https://soccerchaleur.powerupsports.com/ . This form will be active until March 31st. In addition, registrations for our U13 (2009 -2010) and U15 (2007-2008) ID camps are now available. Attendance at these camps is required to be placed on a team this summer. The schedule with additional information will be published tomorrow! https://soccerchaleur.powerupsports.com/ Information for other age groups will be available later.
The Soccer Chaleur club's AGM took place tonight.
Here is the new executive committee:
Thank you to everyone who participated
A few points about our online registrations! • It is not possible to complete your child's registration with the Power Up Connect application, you must use a web browser and use the club member area found at the following link: https://soccerchaleur.powerupsports.com •
Registrations are now open! Want more information about our winter program, here is our initial post: https://soccerchaleur.powerupsports.com/.../HowTo...