Mini program summer 2021


The time that many of you have been waiting for! Information about our mini program!! Please read ALL details carefully!

For summer 2021, we will have U4, U6, U8 and U10 programs, meaning players born between 2011 and 2018. All this while following guidelines from public health and Soccer NB 

Identical programs will be offered at the college field in Bathurst and at the grass field in Petit-Rocher. Players from the Bathurst and Allardville area are suggested to join the Bathurst group and players from the Beresford, Robertville, Petit-Rocher, Pointe-Verte and Belledune area into the Petit-Rocher group. 

In order for the sessions to be offered to the players, we will need the help of parents. Due to COVID-19 we will need to have a volunteer at reception to take attendance and do screening for each group. We would therefore like to have 2-3 people per group, per region to do these tasks. When registering your child, you can then indicate if this interests you. A short training will be offered before the start of the season. 

Here are the details about the different groups. 

  • U4 (2017-2018): Practice once a week, Sunday morning, time to be determined 
  • U6 (2015-2016): twice a week, Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 p.m. to 6:20 p.m. 
  • U8 (2013-2014): Twice a week, Monday and Wednesday, 6.30 p.m. to 7.20 p.m. 
  • U10 (2011-2012): twice a week, Monday, games Wednesday or Thursday, 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. 

The U4 groups will start on Sunday June 6th while the other groups will have their first practice on June 7th. Starting May 24th, a late fee of $ 15 will automatically be applied to registrations. 

Online registrations are now available, places are limited, here is the information about our new Power Up registration platform: 

  • If a member of your family has played last summer, please use the forgot your password tool with the same email you have sent us last summer. 
  • If you have ever created a Power Up Sports account with another organization such as Soccer NB please us the same credentials. Power Up account information can be used between organizations 
  • If you have not played with us last summer please sign up and create an account! 
  • If you registered last summer, but forgot the email address you used, please send us an email or private message on Facebook.

Link to our member area for registration: 

Guide to help you with your registration:

ID Camp Schedule change



The last 2 practices of our ID camps will take place at the Petit-Rocher artificial field. The hours will be slightly modified. 

U13 Boys: 

  • Tuesday, April 13: 5:30 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. 
  • Thursday, April 15: 5:30 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. 

U13 Girls: 

  • Wednesday, April 14: 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. 
  • Friday, April 16: 5:30 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. 

U15 Garçons : 

  • Mardi 13 avril : 18h45 à 20h 
  • Jeudi 15 avril : 18h45 à 20h 

U15 Girls: 

  • Wednesday, April 14: 5:15pm to 6:30 p.m. 
  • Friday, April 16: 6:45 p.m. to 8pm 

Following these last 2 sessions, you will be contacted by email to determine the next steps. 

Dress warmly !!

Last Call ID camps


Last call for players born between 2006 and 2010, the identification camps start in 4 days! Once again, these camps aim to create our level AA and AAA teams for the summer of 2021. Players who do not show up may not be able to play this summer! 

Registration for identification camps can be made on our member area:


  • Wearing a mask is mandatory inside the Sportplexe other than for players who can remove it once indicated by the coach. 
  • All parents and players must report to reception upon arrival. 
  • No registration will be accepted on site 
  • Shin pads with soccer socks covering them is mandatory. 
  • Those who did not participate in our winter program please see our video on indoor traffic and the placement of personal effects.

*For parents of children born between 2011 and 2018! We haven't forgotten you, information for these age groups will be available in the coming weeks

Calling all players born between 2010 and 2006


The identification camps for players born between 2010 and 2006 start next week. It would be greatly appreciated if those intending to register do so as soon as possible to help with our planning! Many of you have asked us questions, here are answers to some of those questions.

Does my child have to attend these camps to play this summer?
When the camps are over, the coaches will form the teams. That being said if the teams are complete your child will not be able to play this summer. If ever a team is not full and no player is cut from tryouts, players can be added on a first come, first serve basis. Not attending the identification camp is therefore a big risk to take.

Does my child have to participate in the 4 sessions?
Although it is strongly recommended that they participate in all 4 sessions, your child will be considered in the team formation after attending a session.

Will there be a recreational league?
No there will be no recreational league, we invite players of ALL levels to participate in the identification camps!

How do I register my child?
You must create an account on our new member area at the following link You can use the registration guide to help you:

End of winter season


Another season Is now over! We want to thank our 150+ players who participated in our various programs this winter. We also want to thank our mini-coaches Léanne, Sophianne, Noémie and Magalie who volunteered with our mini groups. Mathieu, Jean-Luc and Paul with the U12 boys group. Rino, Jolyanne and Steve with the U13 girls. Danny and Steve with the U15 boys group. Joëlle, Jolyanne, Karine and Marcel with the U15 girls group. Yves and Alexandre with the U18s. Lastly, a big thank you to our employees who did a great job at reception and with our minis! Looking forward to the summer season? For players born in 2010 and older, you can register now, the identification camps for team formations start the week of April 6th! For our mini programs, U4 to U10, more information will be shared soon!

AGM 2020


Yesterday evening was our AGM 2020. Congratulations to the members of our executive committee for the year 2021

  • President: Joelle Legresley 
  • Vice-President: Danie Aubé 
  • Treasurer: Mark Fongémie 
  • Secretary: Karine Thibeault 
  • Administrator for the Bathurst region: Marie-Andrée Roy 
  • Administrator for the Petit-Rocher region: Marie-Josée Roy 
  • Administration: Jonathan Thibeault 
  • Responsible for Sponsors: Scott Soucy

Soccer Compétitif Saison 2021. (U12 à U15)


We are super excited to announce the details about our identification camps for the summer 2021 season for girls and boys: groups U13 (2008-2009-2010) and U15 (2006-2007-2008). Identification camps are for all players of the age groups concerned who would like to play soccer this summer, whether it is AA or AAA. Each ID camp will include 4 sessions at the Nigadoo sportplexe, players should participate in all sessions, but will count towards team placements after 1 session. Players who do not participate in the identification camps will not be able to play during the summer 2021 season. Registrations for the identification camps are available now on our member zone at a cost of $ 30 per player:

Please note that we will not accept any registrations on site. 

While things may change, we also want to point out that for now, it looks like the competitive AA and AAA soccer season could return to some kind of normalcy. 

Schedule between April 6 and April 16 

  • U13 Girls: Wednesday 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Friday 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. 
  • U13 Boys: Tuesday and Thursday 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. 
  • U15 Girls: Wednesday 5:15 p.m. to 6:45 p.m., Friday 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
  • U15 Boys: Tuesday and Thursday 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. 

Please note that players born in 2008 will have to do the identification camp for their age group which is U13, but can also try out with the U15 group if they wish. Players registered for the 2 identification camps will pay only 1 registration fee. 

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Member Zone



The Soccer Chaleur Club is very excited to announce our new Power Up member zone! The member's zone will manage registrations, clothing sales, communication between parents and the club, communication between coaches and parents, sharing of schedules and so much more!

The biggest change for our members is that for any purchase or new registration you will need to have a PowerUp account. Planning to register your child this summer? It would be a good idea to go ahead and create your account now, here are the scenarios:

  • If a member of your family has played last summer, please us the forgot your password tool with the same email you have sent us last summer. 
  • If you have ever created a Power Up Sports account with another organization such as Soccer NB please us the same credentials. Power Up account information can be used between organizations 
  • If you have not played with us last summer please sign up and create an account! 
  • If you registered last summer, but forgot the email address you used, please send us an email or private message on Facebook


As of now, you can purchase several types of Soccer Chaleur clothing in our member's area, including an Umbro jersey valued at $ 45 for only $ 20. Although this jersey is not the one used for games this summer, it could be used for practices. We will also have some tuques, masques and long sleeve shirts for sale. 


Lastly, please note that the ID camps for competitive teams will take place between April 6th and April 16th. More information will be shared with you in the coming days!

Return to yellow phase


Beginning Monday, March 8th, our U15 and U18 coed groups will resume play with their usual schedule. Also our schedule will return to the pre-orange phase schedule.

Orange Phase Changes


As of Saturday February 26th, public health as made modification to the orange phase of recovery. Sports are now allowed to play scrimmages with players of one group. Organizations must identify and implement means to limit the number and intensity of close contacts during the activity while strict physical distancing and mask use is required at all times off the field of play. (this means brief contact is now allowed but efforts to limit the contact where possible is still required) Also, players living outside of our zone will now be able to practice if they are already registered with one of our groups! Lastly, if things go as planned and we do go back to the yellow phase, Monday night soccer will resume for our U15 and U18 coed groups!

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