Leduc Adult Coed League Schedule and standings

All games at the turf field of the Leduc Rec Centre

Sunday, March 1st

  • 7pm: Newcity electric vs Crispy kickers
  • 8pm: BlindCo vs Top cheese (7th place game)
  • 9pm: Tosh vs Raging hornets (5th place)
  • 10pm: happy chappy vs Rusty cleats

Sunday, March 8th

  • 7pm: Beaumont rapids fc vs Crispy kickers
  • 8pm: Baynes FC vs Beercelona (bronze)
  • 9pm: Smokin chickens vs Wilhauk beef jerky (gold)


full schedule here

blank game sheets here

  • Top Scorers:
  1. Ken Armstrong (25),
  2. David Kelm (21),
  3. Daniel Goz (17), Paul Drader (17)


  • Team Wilhauk beef jerky

Nathan Osborne (15)

Paul Drader (17)

Ethan wollman (14)

Reuben Van Beek (11)

Tom Laurie (9)

Kiel Christenson (9)

Devan Green (6)

Michael Stadnyk (4)

Brad Agnotes (2)

Brandie Corrigan (1)

Kristian Agusto (1)

Brittany White (1)


  • Team Smokin chickens

PJ Kelm (13)

Sam kelm (12)

Cameron Turgeon (10)

Niclas Gross (8)

Simon Kelm (6)

Jason Alders (5)

Wendy Lavalley (5)

Renee Kwantes-ogwu (3)

Igor Marchenko (3)

Adam Rahaman (3)

Michael Matiko (2)

Dakota Deschamps (2)

  • Team Tosh:

Jonny Whalley (11)

Sean Keogh (10)

Scott Flynn (6)

Tony bosch (5)

Joanna Stokes (4)

Joanne Miechowicz (2)

Stuart Gibson (2)

Matt Caunce (2)

Christian Schranz (2)

Joanne Gibson (1)

  • Team Raging hornets

David Kelm (19)

Matt Stamper (10)

Reuben Vandekraats (4)

Ai Nguyen (1)

Elias Buwalda (1)

Tyler Behnke (1)

Erick Racancoj (2)

Amy Belec (3)

Hillary Blumhagen (1)

  • Team Top cheese:

Nathan Southgate (9)

Nolan Anderson (9)

Andrew Vanderburg (7)

Reesa Garez (7)

Jack Henderson (8)

Latona Turner (5)

Mathieu Boute (3)

Dinis Correia (2)

Bruce Anderson (1)

Nathan Gate (1)

Don Henderson (1)


  • Team Beercelona

Ken Armstrong (25)

Philip kemball (10)

Stephen Parco (8)

Adam MacKenzie (8)

Randy Bignell (5)

Taryn gmitriski (4)

Travis Robbins (4)

Casey Casen (3)

Jessica Round (1)

Joseph Meinema (1)

Jarod McKenzie (1)

  • Team BlindCo

Kevin Onyschuk (11)

Anthony Koopmans (6)

Cosam Malenga (5)

Carl Ruediger (5)

Kody Cecotka (4)

Sam Ruediger (4)

Nassim Saib (2)

Robert Weldon (1)

Blair Mahood (1)


  • Team Baynes FC:

Tim Lasker (9)

Colin Miller (7)

Michael Miller (7)

Jeremy Corpuz (5)

Remi theberge (5)

Seth Cottsell (4)

Gilbert Barrens (4)

Jordan Steinhauer (4)

Bretton Baynes (3)

Jordan Robertson (2)

Josh Kostanuick (1)

Brandon Shier (1)

Ryan Lohndorf (1)

Jon Clark (1)


  • Team Happy chappy:

Levi Meetsma (7)

Isaac Meetsma (6)

Jason Meetsma (5)

Luke Stevenson (4)

Benedict Mendel (3)

Huss Juan (3)

Rick Mitchell (2)

Taylor Steve (1)

braden Galotti (1)

Emily Meetsma (1)

  • Team Newcity electric /Air Canada

Daniel Goz (17)

Antonio Hernandez (4)

Zavier Pielak (6)

Lucciando Gutierrez (3)

Dustin Nelson (3)

Aaron Desjarlais (1)

Daniel Naidu (1)

Kim Jackson (1)

Micah Beasley (2)

Zavier Pielak (1)

Antonia Hernandez (1)

  • Team Beaumont rapid FC

Macdonald Seth (12)

Coene Chad (11)

Netelenbos Nathan (7)

Avison Lyle (4)

Arabsky Slavik (3)

Leigh Pederson (2)

Breault-Oberst Hugo (2)

Jordan Waldbauer (2)

Jacque Rodrigue (1)

Arabsky Serg (1)

Heine Jordan (1)

Lockett Cody (1)

  • Team Crispy kickers

Brayden Jacobson (12)

Jordan Kulray (9)

Colby Jacobson (4)

Shanece Carriere (2)

Trevor Kilgour (2)

Tim Boulton (3)

Mike Hutcheon (2)

Megan Guenett (3)

Paul Wright (1)


  • Team Rusty cleats

Daniel Prins (5)

wade Miller (4)

Carter Pyrch (3)

Alex Prins (2)

Jason Ritchie (2)

Freddy kimbanbe (2)

Austin Pyrch (2)

Mark Ritchie (1)

Jarod pyrch (1)

Brett Yannish (1)

Brydan Huff (1)








  • Standings
  1. Wilhauk beef jerky : 10 wins, 1 loss, 1 tie, goal difference +58, points 31
  2. Smokin chickens: 10 wins, 1 loss, 1 tie, goal difference +47, points 31
  3. Baynes FC: 7 wins, 3 loss, 2 tie, goal difference +10, points 23
  4. Top cheese: 7 wins, 4 loss, 1 tie, goal difference +11, points 22
  5. Beercelona: 7 win, 2 losses, 3 tie, goal difference +36, points 22
  6. Raging hornets : 7 win, 4 losses, 1 tie, goal difference +4, points 22
  7. BlindCo: 6 win, 6 loss, 0 tie, goal difference +3, points 18
  8. Tosh: 4 win, 3 loss, 5 ties, goal difference +3, points 17
  9. Newcity Electric/Air Canada: 4 win, 8 loss, 0 tie, goal difference -11, points 12
  10. Beaumont rapids: 3 wins, 6 losses, 3 tie, goal difference +1, points 12
  11. Crispy kickers: 2 win, 8 losses, 2 tie, goal difference -20, points 8
  12. Happy chappy: 1 win, 9 losses, 2 tie, goal difference -54, points 5
  13. Rusty cleats: 0 win, 12 losses, 0 tie, goal difference -84, points 0

In case of a tie in standings, direct head to head result should be considered first, then goal differential.

About Leduc Adult Soccer

DSC_0071Leduc Adult Soccer (L.A.S.) was created in 2015 to fill the structural gap that exists at the local Level between minor soccer and adult teams.We believe it is critical for the development of soccer in Canada to have adult teams working in partnership with minor soccer clubs. Leduc Adult Soccer offers adult recreational programs (Leduc Adult Coed League) and adult competitive programs (Leduc United teams). Leduc Adult Soccer offers opportunities for adults of all skills and gender to continue play the sport they love in and around Leduc. For minor soccer programs, contact the Leduc Soccer Association.

T20160306_210659he Leduc Adult Coed League (LACL) is a great place for adults of all skills and levels to play soccer in a structured environment. Games are played on Sundays at the rec center in Leduc during the winter (6vs6 standard indoor format game) and during the summer at Lede park (8vs8 format, field location here). For more info about the Leduc Adult Coed league and learn how to join our great league, click here.

For the players looking for a more competitive environment, Leduc Adult Soccer, created the Leduc United competitive program. Our indoor team is registered in Div 3 with EDSA  (standard 6 vs 6 indoor format, games on Wednesdays throughout Edmonton). Our two outdoor men’s team, Leduc United and Leduc re-United, are affiliated in EDSA. Leduc United will be playing the 2019 outdoor season in EDSA Div 2. Games will be on Tuesdays and practice on Sundays afternoon (once a week). Leduc re-United will play in Tier 4, with games on Thursdays, practice time will be shared with the Div 2 team. Registrations for the United teams must be done in person (try outs to be announced). To join the Leduc United team (or Leduc United reserve team), contact [email protected] More info about the United program can be found “here“.

The Leduc Adult Soccer development plan for the upcoming season is as follows: 2019 outdoor season:

  • Leduc United registered in EDSA Div 2 outdoor.
  • Leduc re-United registered in EDSA Tier 4 outdoor, and affiliated with the Div 2 team (meaning that players from the tier4 team can play up in the Div 2 team).
  • 14+ Coed teams registered in the Leduc Adult Coed League (LACL).

Future projects: We are looking to expand the Leduc United teams with a womens team and a Masters mens team both registered in EDSA.   We are currently looking for players, coaches and managers for the competitive men’s and future competitive women’s and master’s teams. If you are interested in a position in our United program, contact [email protected] or [email protected] for more details.

Registrations for the 2020 outdoor season of the Leduc Adult Coed League (LACL)

Registrations for the outdoor season of the Leduc Adult Coed League are open.  Registrations are done on a first come first served basis. Early bird pricing in effect (Cost is $100 till March 31st). Players joining late will be placed on a waiting list in the order they arrive.

Registrations to a competitive Mens Leduc United Team

Registrations for the 2020 outdoor season of the Leduc United.Contact Mathieu Boute for tryout dates. Registrations are made in person. Contact : [email protected] if you would like more info

A well integrated and coordinated program that has offered me the chance to play soccer with a great bunch of guys. The coed league really brings the local community together.

Matt Caunce

Team Nisku Inn/Leduc United

I played this year in the coed league and the competitive team and I am loving it.  I am very happy with the direction the Leduc Adult soccer club is going.

Scott Flynn

Team Nisku Inn/Leduc United

Leduc finally has a quality adult program for soccer. It is now possible for young players to play soccer locally with LSA and then transition into adulthood with Leduc Adult Soccer. I am proud to be a part of the Leduc Soccer Association and the Leduc Adult Soccer family.

Craig Cooper

BRSA president/LSA vice president





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