30 Years of Soccer Club History and Structure: Youth soccer began in Weyburn in 1976 and has steadily grown over the past 30 years. More than 400 athletes now take part in soccer programs offered by the Weyburn Soccer Association. In addition to youth recreation and representative team programs, the WSA has a close relationship with the High School Soccer program and was very involved in the Saskatchewan Summer Games hosted by Weyburn in 2004.
Accomplishments: The Weyburn Soccer Association has worked hard over the last number of years to develop its players, coaches and programs. We have initiated team training camps, goalkeeper camps and winter training programs. WSA Rep teams are competitive provincially and continue to exhibit sportsmanship and Fair Play standards wherever they represent our club and city.
“The Weyburn Soccer Association is doing a great job of providing athletic opportunity to our community’s youth in a very cost effective manner. Their focus is not only developing technical soccer skills, but also on teamwork and leadership skills, building self-esteem, recognizing the value of volunteerism and being a role model in the community. These values make the WSA a special organization.” Donnita Maas, parent.