Games are on Sunday evenings at the Beaumont rec centre only this year.
(If we have more than 12 teams, we will add games at the Leduc Rec Centre)
Early bird fee (till September 30th) : $150.
Late fee : $180
Schedule will be found on the homepage. Schedule will be published no later than October 31st.
Every team plays one game a week for 14 weeks. we use a rotating schedule to make sure every teams gets assigned a fair amount of early/late times. A typical game consists of: quick warm up warm up, 1st half (25 min, stoppage time only in the last minute), 2 min half time break, 2nd half (25 min stoppage time only in the last minute). Teams must arrive early so they don’t delay the following games. game sheets (click “here” for a blank one) must be filled before the start of the game by the team captains/managers.
The league is sanctioned and insured by Alberta soccer.Two FIFA referees are provided to every game. The league follows the FIFA rules of soccer for indoor soccer with the exception that we removed slide tackling from the game. Click “here” for the laws of the game of soccer and “here” for the rules of indoor soccer. The league is part of the battle river district (BRSA) and follows the BRSA district rules and regulations. Player registered with EDSA and Leduc Adult Soccer League are authorized to play legally with both leagues.
Player are to wear appropriate equipment for the sport of Indoor soccer: indoor shoes(no cleats), socks, shin pads, shorts. No jewelry (as per Law 4 of the game). Teams are responsible to provide their own jerseys (corporate sponsors are welcome). If unable to secure a corporate sponsor for the jerseys, the league may be able to provide some teams with jerseys on a first come first served basis (5sets of jerseys available at this time). Jerseys must be returned at the end of the season.
The game of indoor soccer is played with 5 players and a goalie in each teams. Teams are asked this year to play with a minimum of one female player at all time (goalie does not count). If a team is not able to have one women at all time on the field, that team will have to play short one player when the female player is not on the field .
- 2023-2024 indoor season: Leduc and Beaumont Adult Coed league
Season starts on Sunday, November 5th, 2023, and lasts 14 weeks.
Game days will be as follows:
- Matchday 1: Sunday, Nov 5th
- Matchday 2: Sunday, Nov 19th
- Matchday 3: Sunday, Nov 26th
- Matchday 4: Sunday, Dec 3rd
- Matchday 5: Sunday, Dec 10th
- Matchday 6: Sunday, Dec 17th
- Matchday 7: Sunday, Jan 7th
- Matchday 8: Sunday, Jan 14th
- Matchday 9: Sunday, Jan 21st
- Matchday 10: Sunday, Jan 28th
- Matchday 11: Sunday, February 4th
- Matchday 12: Sunday, February 11th
- Matchday 13: Sunday, February 25th
- Matchday 14: Sunday, March 3rd
- 2023 Leduc Adult Coed outdoor League
The Leduc Adult Coed League (LACL) is an 8vs8 coed league sanctioned and insured by the Alberta Soccer Association. The league welcomes players from all genders and skills and offer a fun and competitive environment to play soccer in Leduc. All games are played on Sunday afternoons. Starts times will be 2pm, 3:30pm, 5pm, 6:30pm, (other times might be added) depending on the week. Each team plays one game per week. All games are played on U12 regulation size fields at Lede Park in Leduc (3719 48 ave, Leduc, AB t9e 3c3, map here).
Season Starts on Sunday May 1st (weather dependent, covid restrictions dependent) and last for minimum 14 weeks (depending on number of teams registered). Game days are as follow: May 7, 14, 28 June 4, 11, 18, 25, July 9, 16, 23, 30 Aug 13, 20, 27 additional dates if needed: September 10, 17, 24. If any of those dates get cancelled (weather, covid …), the games will either be rescheduled to a later date determined by the league coordinator, or cancelled.
The cost to register for the 2022 outdoor season is set at $100 per players (minimum 14 games). It includes 14 weeks of soccer (depending on the number of registered teams and covid restrictions), insurance provided by the Alberta Soccer Association and referees to the games.
Player are to wear appropriate equipment for the sport of outdoor soccer: outdoor soccer shoes (with cleats), socks, shin pads, shorts. No jewelry (as per Law 4 of the game). Teams are responsible to provide their own jerseys (corporate sponsors are welcome). If unable to secure a corporate sponsor for the jerseys, the league may be able to provide some teams with jerseys on a first come first served basis (5 jersey sets available at this time). Jerseys must be returned at the end of the season.
The game of outdoor soccer is played with 7 players and a goalie in each teams. Each half is 35 minutes. Teams are asked to play with a minimum of one female player at all time. As the league grows every year, we hope to be able to increase the number of womens on the field at all time to a minimum of 2 and provide tiering between teams. If a team is unable to have one woman on the field, at all times , that team may “borrow” female players (from any team in the league, without penalty). Teams can agree to waive the “one woman at all time” rule at any point during the game, as long as they advise the referees, however once the rule is waived, it will not be reversed for the rest of the game.
There is no slide tackle authorized in the coed league (even by a goalkeeper).
For clarifications on the “no sliding rule”, visit the bottom of the FAQ page.