EMSA City Finals

Jun 23 to Jul 7, 2019

Welcome to the Edmonton City Finals


Tournament Dates:

U9 City Finals June 23-27, 2019

U11-U19 City Finals July 2-7, 2019


Field Locations:

EMSA West Complex 10059-231 Street NW click here for field map, click here for directions

Henry Singer Park 14940 142 St NW, click here for field map

Ivor Dent 50 Street & Ellerslie Rd click here for field map

Keheewin Fields 105 Street 19 Ave (SW), Click here for Field Map


City Finals Rules and Regulations: Click Here
It is very important that all team officials familiarize themselves with the City Championships rules and regulations.

Game Sheets:

Once all the team names have been confirmed and entered into the City Finals website. The Head Coach will then be sent an e-mail link with further instructions on how to enter the players into the tournament roster. There will be a roster freeze deadline of June 27, 2019. (Can't update any team information after that deadline). ******* Once you have entered your team roster in you will click on the game sheet Id beside your team name for each game and it will auto fill team information. You will only need to write in team official information. If you have not submitted your roster by the deadline you will need to print the game sheet and input manually your team information. Each team will need to print off their own game sheets for the tournament. Please wait until all team names have been loaded into the system BEFORE you print off your game sheets U9-U19 teams will require them.

Tournament Headquarters:
If you require assistance, please visit one of our headquarters locations.

  • Keheewin Fields located in a tent
  • EMSA West Complex located Inside H.Q Clubhouse
  • Henry Singer Park located Inside H.Q Clubhouse
  • Ivor Dent Club House located H.Q located in Clubhouse


Trialist/Guest Player Form: click here to download form

Players officially registered with your team are permitted to participate. Suspended players and team officials are not permitted on or about the field of play nor can they attend other functions representing their tea during the championships.

You can only use guest players/trialists to replace players that are missing. You cannot use guest players/trialists to increase your current registered roster size of players. Except club teams may use trialists to increase their game roster size up to the maximum roster size set out in Section 4.4 (Team Rosters). These players must be written on the game sheet beside the line marked “Trialist. Each team is permitted to utilize guest players (max of 4) during the competition. These players must be registered on an EMSA team for the current outdoor season. Trialists must be from a younger age group or if they are from the same age group they must be from a lower tier/division. Teams which are from the lowest tier in their age group are the only ones permitted to have a guest player from the same tier. The players must be from your same Zone (example: West Zone to West Zone is permitted. You cannot have a player from the North Zone playing on a West Zone team). The guest player/trialists cannot be from a team that is also playing in City Finals. Tier 1, 2, & 3 (Premier/Club A/B) players are eligible as trialists on Premier/Club teams ONLY. Please remember that community groups X and Y are considered equal. For example if you are on a Tier 6X team you cannot use a trialist from Tier 6Y as they would be considered in the same tier as your team, Tier 6. The only exception to this rule is if you are in the bottom tier. The trialist forms must accompany your game sheets when handed into the referee at the start of your game. If you are using that trialist more than once during the tournament you will need to make copies of your forms to hand in with each set of game sheets. Please note that if you are using an ineligible trialist/guest player your team will default the match. Trialists do not require player cards (just the trialist form). If you have any questions about the eligibility of a guest player/trialist, please contact the EMSA office ahead of City Finals to verify if that player will be legal or visit the Headquarters location prior to your game.


FURTHER POST SEASON PLAY - Provincial and All Star Event Advancements

*Please note that if you see "No P/S" beside a team name on the City Finals schedule it means they have declared they will not be advancing past City Finals or Provincials. The next team in line via the City Finals standings will take the spot.


U9 Boys Community & Premier/Club: No Further Post Season

U9 Girls Community & Premier/Club: No Further Post Season


U11 Boys Community & Premier/Club: No Further Post Season

U11 Girls Community & Premier/Club: No Further Post Season


U13 Boys Community Tier 4: Top 2 EMSA teams from City Finals advance to Tier 4 Provincials

U13 Boys Community Tier 5: A select number of players, to participate at the All Star Event

U13 Boys Community Tier 6: No further post season play after City Finals

U13 Boys Community Tier 7: No further post season play after City Finals


U13 Girls Community Tier 4: Top 2 EMSA teams from City Finals advance to Tier 4 Provincials

U13 Girls Community Tier 5: A select number of players, to participate at the All Star Event

U13 Girls Community Tier 6: No further post season play after City Finals

U13 Girls Community Tier 7: No further post season play after City Finals


U15 Boys Community Tier 4: Top 2 EMSA teams from City Finals advance to Tier 4 Provincials

U15 Boys Community Tier 5: A select number of players, to participate at the All Star Event

U15 Boys Community Tier 6: No further post season play after City Finals

U15 Boys Community Tier 7: No further post season play after City Finals


U15 Girls Community Tier 4: Top 2 EMSA teams from City Finals advance to Tier 4 Provincials

U15 Girls Community Tier 5: A select number of players, to participate at the All Star Event

U15 Girls Community Tier 6: No further post season play after City Finals

U15 Girls Community Tier 7: No further post season play after City Finals


U17 Boys Community Tier 4: Top 2 EMSA teams from City Finals advance to Tier 4 Provincials

U17 Boys Community Tier 5: A select number of players, to participate at the All Star Event

U17 Boys Community Tier 6: No further post season play after City Finals

U17 Boys Community Tier 7: No further post season play after City Finals


U17 Girls Community Tier 4: Top 2 EMSA teams from City Finals advance to Tier 4 Provincials

U17 Girls Community Tier 5: A select number of players, to participate at the All Star Event

U17 Girls Community Tier 6: No further post season play after City Finals

U17 Girls Community Tier 7: No further post season play after City Finals


U19 Boys Community Tier 4: Top 2 EMSA teams from City Finals advance to Tier 4 Provincials

U19 Boys Community Tier 5: A select number of players, to participate at the All Star Event


U19 Girls Community Tier 4: Top 2 EMSA teams from City Finals advance to Tier 4 Provincials

U19 Girls Community Tier 5: A select number of players, to participate at the All Star Event