Calgary Women's Soccer Association

Our Mission: to promote, manage, and grow women's soccer in the city of Calgary and the communities that surround it.
Our Vision: to be a recognized leader for women's soccer through ingenuity, excellence, and diversity.

CWSA Sponsors
Preferred Hotel

Delta Calgary South
135 Southland Drive SE
Calgary, AB T2J 5X5
Tel: (403) 225 - 8631
Fax: (403) 225 - 5813


Recently renovated , pet-friendly, 3 ½ star hotel located in the heart of South Calgary's shopping and entertainment district. Delta rooms feature Delta Sanctuary queen-size beds, 37" flat screen TVs, fridge and microwave, and complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access.

They have two indoor swimming pools and the largest waterslide in south Calgary.
Three dining facilities are available on-site, and special team meals can be arranged. They're only a short drive away from the Calgary Soccer Centre and parking is complimentary!

Preferred rates are subject to room availability
Please contact Maria Powell, Sales Manager, to discuss group rates at 403-225-8622 or by email at

  • Fishers Soccer Shack Sale

    Posted February 13, 2019
  • Call Up Charts - Indoor 2018/19 UPDATED

    Posted January 21, 2019
  • All Female Referee Courses

    Posted January 17, 2019
  • ASA Provincial Opt-Out Teams

    Posted January 9, 2019

    The following teams have opted out of ASA Provincial Contention for the Indoor 2018/19 season:


    - Savanna

    Division 1

    - Villains FC Rebels - declared for Over 30 Classics Major

    Division 2*

    - Blizzard Cruisers

    - Blizzard Typhoons

    Division 3

    - Apothic FC

    - Callies Sirens

    - Force United

    Over 30 Classics Premier

    - Jags

    - Missfits


    * As of January 10th, Villains FC Revolution are currently eligible to participate in Division 2 Provincials as per rule in the CWSA Rules and Regulations. Final determination on their eligibility will be made on February 1st (after the transfer deadline).

    All other teams are eligible for ASA Provincials.

    A team is considered to have qualified for provincials if they finish the season in the top 2, of the teams who have NOT opted out, of their division.