The mini program includes the U4 / U6 / U8 / U10 Recreational age groups. This program structured by the Soccer Chaleur club takes place every summer between June and August which ends with the minifest in mid-August. This program is supervised by regional dadministrators with the help of summer students who coach practices for players with the help of volunteer parents.
No tryouts are necessary to participate in this program which can however be limited depending on the number of summer employees and volunteers we have.
The group U4 plays once a week on Sundays, while the other groups (U6 / U8 / U10) play twice a week, on Mondays and Wednesdays. If the numbers allow it, a group that will play on Tuesday and Thursday can also be created.
Division 1 also known as AA is a competitive soccer category. The Soccer Chaleur club is part of the northern region which plays with the clubs of the Acadian Peninsula, Restigouche, Edmundston and Miramichi.
The U12 / U13 / U15 / U18 male and female age groups are part of the activities of the Northern League. The northern league has days of games in a jamboree format where teams play 2-3 games on the same day to avoid travel. League activities begin in early June and end in mid-August. To be part of a team the club holds tryouts in late April or early May to form a team. The dates are posted on our social media a few weeks in advance.
Participating teams in Division 1 practice twice a week, usually once in Petit-Rocher and once in Bathurst. The days and times are determined by the team’s volunteer coaches with the agreement of the club and the availability of fields.
Premier also known as AAA is the highest level of competitive soccer in the province. All the clubs of the province which respects the requested criterias can participate in the NBSL which organizes the games of the AAA category.
The boys and girls U13 / U15 / U17 age levels are part of the activities of the NBSL. This league requires teams to only play a maximum of one game per day. The activities of the league begin in early May and end in late August. To be part of a team the club is holds tryouts in early April to form a team. The dates are posted on our social media a few weeks in advance.
Participating teams in the Premier level practice twice a week, usually twice in Petit-Rocher. The days and times are determined by the team’s volunteer coaches with the agreement of the club and the availability of courts.
It should be noted that the club assesses in advance the possibility that a team can participate in this category. The group in question must have been successful in the past and have shown seriousness towards the sport (winter development, NB soccer programs)