EMSA I.D. Cards
2018/2019 Indoor Season:
ALL team officials (coach, assistant coach, manager) for U7-U19 will require an EMSA I.D. card to use as part of their free Facility admission. Your Zone Office will provide your team with admissions decals which will then be placed on the back of the EMSA I.D. and will act as your facility pass.
If your team has more officials than decals given, additional facilities passes will need to be purchased at the expense of the team from any of the three Edmonton indoor soccer centres.
The following groups/divisions require an EMSA I.D card for LEAGUE GAME PLAY:
U13 – U19 Community
U9 – U19 Premier
TEAM OFFICIALS: (coach, assistant coach & manager)
U9- U19 Community
U9 – U19 Premier
*For team officials, your I.D. card must be shown prior to the start of the game or you will not be permitted to be on the bench for the entire game.
*Players have until the end of the game to produce their card.
*Bench parents only require a piece of photo identification.
You must have your EMSA I.D card prior to your first game (players and team officials). Referees will be checking cards from the very first game and if you don’t have your card you will not be able to play or be on the bench.
EMSA Carding Sessions:
Carding sessions will take place at the EMSA Main Office located at 6520 Roper Road (South Soccer Centre).
The person getting the card must be present and a legal form of ID is required for them (birth certificate, passport, driver’s license, Alberta Health Care Card as long as the full name is spelt out with no initials).
Expect long line ups at each session (waiting times can reach up to an hour during peak periods).
- Saturday, September 29th: 10:00am – 2:00pm
- Tuesday, October 2nd: 4:00pm – 8:30pm
- Thursday, October 4th: 4:00pm – 8:30pm
- Tuesday, October 9th: 4:00pm – 8:30pm
- Thursday, October 11th: 4:00pm – 8:30pm
- Tuesday, October 16th: 4:00pm -8:30pm
If you have any questions regarding EMSA ID cards or carding sessions, please contact Leonora Newell at firstname.lastname@example.org