(COVID-19) Update of Soccer in New Brunswick


Friday October 23rd, 2020   Memo: (COVID-19) Update of Soccer in New Brunswick Zone 1 (Moncton region) transitioned back to Yellow at 12:01 a.m this morning.  As a result Soccer New Brunswick is resuming all…

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COVID-19 Update


Friday Oct 9 th, 2020 RE: Suspension of Play (COVID-19) Code Orange: Zone 1 & 5 Soccer New Brunswick has been monitoring the most recent developments with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) for New Brunswick. Effective tonight…

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The Return to Play Operational Plan Guide-Low Contact (COVID-19)


  Find the Return to play guidelines in the following link ⇓⇓ RETURN TO PLAY PLAN_SOCCER NB_EN v6 Guidelines Low Contact Games phase 3 

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Friday May 1st, 2020 Memo: Coronavirus Update (COVID-19) Soccer New Brunswick, in consultation with Canada Soccer and provincial government authorities have been monitoring the most recent developments of COVID-19 and are currently assessing operational plans…

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Individualized Home Program


  This home program aims during this period of confinement to support the mental and physical development of New Brunswick players.   ⇓⇓To access it click on the link below⇓⇓ U8-U12: SNB-Home-Program-U8-U12 v3 U13- and more…

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Memo: Coronavirus Update (COVID-19)


Since the announcement of March 13, 2020 concerning the cancellation of all sanctioned soccer activities, without exception, the situation of COVID-19 has once again rapidly changed. This situation creates a lot of uncertainty about the…

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Memo: Coronavirus Update (COVID-19) Office Closed to the Public


Our office will be closed to the public for the time being as we work remotely and practice our own due diligence during these troubling times. For inquiries please communicate via email: Contact Us  

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Memo: Coronavirus Update (COVID-19)


Moncton, March 10, 2020 – Soccer New Brunswick would like to inform all parents and athletes about the precautions regarding the advancement of Coronavirus (COVID-19). The current overall risk to New Brunswickers is still considered…

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