What we're all about
TRSA is committed to providing an exceptional soccer program for our members. Our vision is to provide a sustainable, fun and exciting soccer experience for players, parents, and coaches. We aim to provide coach and player support via our development and training programs.
Since our founding in 2007, Terwillegar Riverbend Soccer Association(TRSA) has served the soccer needs in Southwest Edmonton with pride. With both indoor and outdoor soccer programs, we are a leader in providing teams where kids and families can enjoy the game of soccer. We have a wide array of age groups from U4-U19 for your entertainment—come join in on the fun! Our community minor soccer program is offered to our eight community leagues all located in Southwest Edmonton: Riverbend, The Ridge, Brookview, Oak Hills, Ogilvie Ridge, Hodgson, Terwillegar, and Greater Windermere. TRSA is run by a volunteer board of directors that is supported by our team of contract workers. We operate according to our bylaws, code of conduct, and policies to ensure our practices are aligned with our purpose and our vision. We hold an Annual General Meeting every November.
The Terwillegar Riverbend Soccer Association is proud to introduce its dedicated staff members. Our team of experienced professionals are committed to providing the best possible soccer experience for our players, coaches, and fans. We strive to ensure that each member feels respected, supported, and valued. Our staff is passionate about the game of soccer and dedicated to helping TRSA reach its goals. We believe in the power of teamwork and are determined to make TRSA a great success.
Board of Directors.
The Terwillegar Riverbend Soccer Association Board of Directors is made up of passionate and dedicated volunteers who strive to create a rewarding experience for everyone involved. We invite you to join our team in helping to make an impact in the local soccer community.
Who We Serve.
The Terwillegar Riverbend Area (TRA) consists of the communities located within the area of southwest Edmonton that is south and east of the North Saskatchewan River, west of Whitemud Creek and north of Anthony Henday Drive. The Greater Windermere Community League (GWCL) consists of the communities located within the area of southwest Edmonton that is east of the North Saskatchewan River, west of Whitemud Creek, South of Anthony Henday Drive and North of 41st Avenue SW. We proudly offer a community minor soccer program to our eight community leagues all located in Southwest Edmonton.
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