U11 Youth & Senior League Soccer

U11 Summer Program (Players born 2012 & 2013) Please register via the CQ portal 

Development Emphasis: Individual skills, game awareness and physical literacy within a competitive league environment.

Genders: Separate female and male sessions.

Season Length: May to August.

Game Nights: Practices (TBD) Games Nights

Divisions: Green Division &  White Division

Leadership: There is a club U11 Coordinator to provide guidance. Parent volunteers coach and manage each team. Coaches are required to have The Respect in Sport and Making Ethical Decision Training and soccer-specific course. ( see coaching info) The Manager will also need to have The Respect in Sport course and be responsible for handling any scheduling issues under the guidance of the Coordinator. prepare a half-time snack schedule & field marshall schedule. If there are any tournaments they would also collect tournament fees and register for the tournaments.    The marshal ensures corner flags are in place for home games and monitor parents to ensure all are respectful to players, coaches and officials at all games.  As this is an introduction to the competitive league, game sheets are used during the game but stats are not kept and there are no provincials but typically a year-end jamboree-style tournament.

Overview: The first two weeks of the program would be player assessments organized by our Technical Directors and helpers. The goal is to loosely sort players into two tiers (Green and White). Once players are placed permanently on their team, all teams would practice once a week and will be scheduled to play other Club U11 teams from across the Island, home and away.  At the U11 level players are then club tied.  Meaning they will not be able to register with another club without being released from their home club.

Provided: Jerseys will be provided

Requirements: Purchase and wear black shorts and black socks. Shinpads covered by soccer socks. Cleats. No jewelry or wearable devices (with the exception of medical). Bring a personalized water bottle that is not to be shared with other players.

Fee:  $225.00

Senior Women Summer Program (Players born 2004 and older) 

Season Length: June to early September 

Game Day: Game Nights

Included: Player Insurance, Field & Complex Maintenance and usage fees

Requirements: Purchase and wear black shorts and black socks. Shinpads covered by soccer socks. Cleats. No jewelry or wearable devices (with the exception of medical). Bring a personalized water bottle that is not to be shared with other players.

Fee: 153.50 * It is the team's responsibility to collect additional monies to pay league fees and officials


Club Tied

Players are club tied once they complete a year of play at the Youth League level, meaning they cannot register with another club without permission and sign-off from the Club President.  Every year Eliot River and Central Queens monitor registration.  If a member of another club tries to register with our clubs that registration is denied and the registration fee is refunded.   As mentioned before, our district intends to have teams compete at the highest level to ensure our athletes are able to play at their desired level. Players can transfer without issue if the home club is not able to offer the desired level of play.  They must first register with their home club and the President will work with the club in the district to facilitate the transfer.    Insurance is provided by Soccer PEI to those individuals registered with their home clubs.  If a player is transferred then the insurance follows them.  The Island is separated into districts within Soccer PEI.  Central Queens and Eliot River are in the same district but transfers can also be approved outside of districts if need be.


 Policies - 2.5: Player Moving Up An Age Group

1. Where a player or parent requests that a player moves up an age category, the Executive will appoint a suitable Player Assessment Committee or Individual to determine if the player is qualified to play at the higher level based on a “four corner” approach that includes assessment of the player’s physical (size), technical (skill), mental (maturity), and social/emotional (could make friends) attributes . The committee or individual will present their recommendation to the Executive for a decision.

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