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.

2018-2019 Player/Parent Satisfaction and Retention Survey

Dear Soccer Parent/Player,

Thank you for taking the time to complete this short, confidential survey.

The aim of this survey is to find more information about what types of soccer activity players and/or parents participate in and what they like/dislike most. The results will provide valuable information to help improve programs and the soccer experience for those at your club, and in New-Brunswick.

If your child playing soccer is old enough to complete the survey for themselves, please ask them to complete this survey. The questions are phrased as if the player is answering. If you complete the survey for your child, please answer as you think they would.

If you have two or more children in the club’s soccer programs last season, please complete the survey separately for each of your children.

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Please enter your postal code so we can better track which region this survey originates from. Only the first three characters will be used to ensure your results remain anonymous.

How important is each of the following to you when you play soccer?

Check once on each line.

Following the same points - Rate your club's soccer programs.

Please check once on each line.

Would you be more or less likely to want to play soccer next season:

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2019 Team New Brunswick Winter Program

2019-2020 Winter Program Schedules

2019-2020 Program Package

Download the Provincial Team Information Package here: 2019-2020 Provincial Team Info Package

Important information to review in the 2019-2020 Program Package:

P. 05 – Selection Process
P. 06 – Provincial Team Program Information
P. 08 – Winter Program Training Schedule
P. 10 – Provincial Team Program Cost
P. 11 – Spring Program Payment Schedule
P. 13 – Spring Program Event Schedule
P. 14 – Fundraising
P. 17 – 2019 Tryout Schedule

*Dates are subject to change. Plan in consequence for all dates identified from November 2019 to April 2020.

2019 Team New Brunswick Tryouts

*Phase 1 – 1e Étape

Soccer New Brunswick is inviting all talented soccer players from across the province to come Tryout for Team New Brunswick. The age groups are U13 (2007+), U14 (2006), U15 (2005), U16 (2004), U17/18 (2003-2002), Male and Female.

Girls Tryout
Sunday, October 27th, 2019 in Moncton (CN Sporstplexe – 125 Russ Howard Dr, Moncton)
Saturday, November 2nd, 2019 in Oromocto (MacKenzie Fields, 25 MacKenzie Ave, Oromocto)

Boys Tryout
Saturday, October 26th, 2019 in Moncton (CN Sporstplexe – 125 Russ Howard Dr, Moncton)
Sunday, November 3rd, 2019 in Oromocto (MacKenzie Fields, 25 MacKenzie Ave, Oromocto)


CN Field 2 (Moncton)
MacKenzie Fields 1 (Oromocto)                                
U13: 10:00 – 11:30 and 13:30 – 15:00
U15: 11:30 – 13:00 and 15:00 – 16:30

CN Field 3 (Moncton)
MacKenzie Fields 2 (Oromocto)
U14: 10:00 – 11:30 and 13:30 – 15:00
U16 & U17/18: 11:30 – 13:00 and 15:00 – 16:30

Cost is $20 (cash or chq only) – Payments will be taken on site upon arrival.
Receipts will not be issued.

2019 U13 Club Atlantic Championships


U13 Boys/Garçons — St John’s, NL — September 19-22 Septembre 2019
Find out more about the U13 Boys Here – Trouvez l’information pour les gaçons S13 ici!

U13 Girls/Filles — Moncton, NB — September 19-22 septembre 2019
Find information below – Trouvez l’information ci-dessous

Entrance Fee: $15 for a tournament pass / $5 for a day pass

Download the Team Information Flyer here: U13 Girls Club Atlantics 2019_Team Information


Game/Match 1 – FDSA (0) v. (3) BPSA
Game/Match 2 – SJSC (1) v. (0) CODIAC
Game/Match 3 – DUNBRACK (1) v. (1) SUMMERSIDE
Game/Match 4 – SHERWOOD (0) v. (3) HALIFAX CU

Game/Match 5 – DUNBRACK (6) v. (0) FDSA
Game/Match 6 – BPSA (1) v. (0) SUMMERSIDE
Game/Match 7 – SJSC (0) v. (1) SHERWOOD
Game/Match 8 – HALIFAX CU (5) v. (0) CODIAC

Game/Match 9 – DUNBRACK (2) v. (0) BPSA
Game/Match 10 – FDSA (1) v. (0) SUMMERSIDE
Game/Match 11 – SJSC (1) v. (1) HALIFAX CU
Game/Match 12 – SHERWOOD (1) v. (1) CODIAC

Game/Match 13 – SUMMERSIDE (0) v. (3) CODIAC
Game/Match 14 – FDSA (1) v. (6) SHERWOOD PR
Game/Match 15 – BPSA (1) v. (1 – PK) SJSC
Game/Match 16 – DUNBRACK (1) v. (0) HALIFAX CU


Download the PDF of the schedule here: Moncton Schedule – U13 Girls – 2019 Club Atlantics


2019 Regional Identification Camps

If you are born between 2004 and 2009 (U12 – U16), this is your opportunity to showcase your talent and skills.

Technical Development Camp

Soccer New Brunswick ID and Technical Development Camp is promoting a higher level of play through technical and tactical training in a FUN, yet demanding atmosphere.

It is an opportunity to scout our future soccer stars for Teams NB and Canada Games.

Why Come To Soccer NB Camps?

  • Be exposed to technical and tactical training.
  • An opportunity to get scouted by National coaches.
  • Experience intense and fun training.
  • Be challenged to set new limits for yourself.
  • Work with nationally qualified staff and learn from professional coaches.

Field Confirmation will be posted shortly. Find Dates/Locations in Registration Link.
20$ to be paid on site!