Spring Kickoff 2020!

Welcome to the annual “Spring Kick Off” presented by Soccer New Brunswick. The Spring Kick Off is hosted at the end of April and is a great tournament for your teams to prepare for Division 1 and Premier Competitions.

Registration Deadlines:
Standard $300/team – April 16th
Late Registration $320 – After April 16th
*First come first served

3 games guaranteed!


2020 Coaches Symposium

Join us January 10 – 12th 2020 

Symposium Fee: $20.00 Cash or Chq only
Includes the coaches social (Free) & Lunch on Saturday and Sunday.

Payment will be made on site: Fredericton Inn Salon B&C // Starts at 6:00pm

Coaches who need Hotel room

Fredericton Inn 506-455-1430 _ Room Code SNBCS20B
Includes 2 Breakfast Coupons



Excel Skill Camp and Goalkeeper Academy Program

Join us in the Winter Excel Skills Camps & the Goalkeeper Academy Program! 5 Camps available from December 2019 to March 2020 which includes the Goal Keeper Academy Program in Fredericton/Moncton/Saint John & 3 Camps available from January 2020 to March 2020 in Nigadoo.

Information Packages:


Excel Skills Camps 2019-2020 – Keeper Academy
Excel Skills Camps 2019-2020 (EN)


Academy Challenge Tour (ACT) 2019-2020

Soccer NB will be providing small sided tournaments for team participating in the Excel program throughout the province to take part in.

The 2019/2020 tournaments will take place in the following locations:

Fredericton UNB Dome  Dec 7-8, 2019

Fredericton UNB Dome (HP Academy) & Moncton Sports Dome  January  25-26, 2020

Fredericton UNB Dome  Mar 21-22, 2020


ACT Tournament 2019/2020 U13 & U15
Girls/Filles Boys/Garcon
Dec 7-8/2019 (Fredericton) Saturday Dec 7th Sunday Dec 8th
Jan 25-26/2020 (Moncton Sports Dome) Sunday Jan26th Saturday Jan 25th
Mar 21-22/2020 (UNB Dome) Saturday Mar 21st Sunday Mar 22nd

NB officials star at Toyota National Championships

Well done to six of our New Brunswick match officials, who were selected to officiate at the Toyota National Championship Boys U17 Cup in Prince Edward Island last month.

Kamel Ben Khalifa was Assistant Referee 1 (AR1) and Tyler Cook was fourth official for the gold medal game, which saw Alberta team Calgary Foothills emerge victorious with a 1-0 win over Woodbridge SC from Ontario.

The province was also represented in the bronze medal game between Surrey United from British Columbia and Halifax County United from Nova Scotia. Julia Short was AR1, while Sam Bliss was the fourth official.

Allie Kabba and Ryan Owens were also selected to be part of finals day in referee and AR1 roles in PEI.

Interested in becoming a referee? Click here!

High Performance Academy Players of the Month: September & October

Congratulations to Meghan and Anders, who were named High Performance Academy Players of the Month for September.

Both Meghan and Anders have shown excellent leadership, passion and maturity both on and off the field, and have set a real example to their peers with a positive and respectful attitude in the environment.

Congratulations to Chloé and Mamadou, who were named High Performance Academy Players of the Month for October.

Last month Chloé took the opportunity to train with the Super Rex Centre in Ontario and is always pushing herself to improve. Mamadou, or ‘Mamba’ as he likes to be called, brings such a positive energy to the group and has worked hard in a transition to play right back over the last few weeks.

Great job everyone!

High Performance Academy Update: Moncton El Classico & Mount Allison games

The High Performance Academy played two games this week.

On Monday, the Girls travelled to Mount Allison University to play the Mounties in a friendly. The squad gave an excellent account of themselves against older players, losing the first half 2-0 and drawing the second half 2-2.

Chloé Doiron and Aleksis Roy scored the goals. Ellie Cross was Player of the Match for the first half, while Ariane Rioux was Player of the Match for the second half.

The next day, the Boys took part in the first ever ‘Moncton El Classico’ against an Allstars team made up of past and present players from the University of Moncton.

Anders Good gave the HP boys the lead, but Les Blues Aigles came out on top and claimed the trophy. Danny Mavakala was awarded Player of the Match for the HP team.

The games gave the players a good opportunity to put the first two months of training into practice. The technical staff took lots of positives from the games.