Last Updated: May 14th, 2013
Soccer Team Trains in Hay River - (Yellowknifer) September 14, 2012
(February 11, 2013) - Jazzy Hans, a 10 year-old student at J.H. Sissons School in Yellowknife, NT is following her Olympic Dream. For her 'Heritage Fair' at school, Jazzy decided to do research about her role model Christine Sinclair, a Canadian Soccer forward who plays for the Portland Thorns FC and is the captain for the Canadian National Team. Jazzy has been hard at work writing letters to members of the soccer community in the NWT. She has one special request and we are trying to make this happen for her, click here to find out what her request is!
Yellowknife, NT (December 14, 2012)- With the 2013 Men's Canada Summer Games training camp scheduled in Yellowknife for the January 11-13 weekend, the NWT Soccer Association is taking advantage and beginning their preparations for the 2017 Canada Sumemr Games early.
YELLOWKNIFE, NT (June 18, 2012) – The NWT Soccer Association (NWTSA) announces its first foray into the world of social media by launching a new Twitter account that will offer its members behind the scenes and updates on what’s happening in soccer across the territory and up-to-the-minute updates during camps, clinics, and tournaments.
Thank you to all of the participants and volunteers who helped make NWT Soccer's first Amazing Race a success. Can't wait to do it again next year! Click here for the full press release!
The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES), on behalf of Canada’s True Sport Movement is pleased to release What Sport Can Do: The True Sport Report. There is one very simple idea at the heart of this report – good sport can make a great difference. The same idea is at the heart of the True Sport Movement.
As you may already know, True Sport is a national movement for sport and community. Its goal is to help sport live up to its full potential as a public asset for Canada and Canadian society, making a significant contribution to the development of youth, the well-being of individuals, and quality of life in our communities.
The NWT Soccer Association would love to hear about your upcoming events, interesting facts or other soccer stories and include them in our newsletter `The Kicker`. Ms. Kate Cannell is the editor for our newsletter and any player, coach, or team that wants to recognize the dedication or success of anyone else in our soccer community is encouraged to e-mail her by clicking here.
The Kicker is looking for good quality photos (crisp, clear and nicely posed of NWT soccer players, especially if taken at Super Soccer 2009). Please read below for our latest versions of `The Kicker`.
First Edition - February 2009 - Player Profile of Jan Barbier
Second Edition - April 2009 - Player Profile of Sarah Cannell
Third Edition - October 2009 - Player Profile of Ben Beaudoin
Special Edition - July 2010 - Player Profile of RJ Wells
Northwest Territories Soccer Association - http://www.nwtkicks.ca