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  1. Since its creation, the Alberta Soccer Association has grown to be the province’s largest individual sports association - reaching over 90,000 members last year. Vision: A centre of excellence for the game, providing opportunities for all players to reach their full potential Mission: To provide leadership for soccer excellence in Alberta by fostering and promoting: a strong infrastructure for sound governance (administration and communication), and; quality programs and services (competitions, referees, coaching, player development, and volunteers) to safeguard the sport's long-term prosperity
  2. Aside from the wonderful artificial turf soccer pitches and venues, what a fantastic week of weather for Whitecaps and other college showcase tournaments to happen on the West Coast. Newton Athletic park and Langley events centre are truly "Fields of Dreams" for Calgarians......we have NOTHING like it (where's the problem...anybody??) The Alberta Soccer Association flies all their teams out to Langley, lodges and feeds them, and tries to cram months of training into a one week format, all because there is no suitable venue for high level training in Alberta. Great news for Westjet, local restaurants and hotels.....not so good news for Alberta players and parents paying most of the Bill. Why can't Edmonton or Calgary build a full indoor field? Is Mr. Weidle's Victoria soccer building the best we're ever gonna get in the Province?
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