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Volunteer Opportunities with COCL

Following our Annual General Meeting on February 9th, the following positions are still vacant on our board of directors. If you or someone you know are looking to get more involved, please contact us!

Soccer Director
- Manage the outdoor and indoor soccer program for the community league, including registration, coordination with the Edmonton Minor Soccer Association, attending league meetings and other duties as required.
- Sports registration fees (for up to 2 children) are covered by the league after completion of first year of service.

Volunteer Director
- Responsible for coordinating volunteer activity for the League
- Responsible for coordinating sign-ups at spring/fall registration events, managing volunteer commitment cheques, and supporting execution of volunteer events.
- Work closely with the Directors of all portfolios to make sure that they have the appropriate people available for their activities and that the Leagues Volunteer base is used efficiently and effectively.

Community members are also welcome to serve on the board as a “Director at Large”. Stay connected with what is being planned and pitch in where you can!

If you’re interested, get in touch!

Now Recruiting - Soccer Director

COCL is seeking a volunteer for the Soccer Director position. The Director is responsible for managing the outdoor and indoor soccer programs for the community league. The existing director will assist in training and transitioning the responsibilities. After a year the soccer director’s Sports Registration fees will be covered if applicable. If interested please contact

Spring Sports Registration

Registration events for spring sports (soccer, baseball and softball) have been scheduled for Registration events for spring sports will be held on February 9 between 2-5 pm, February 21 between 6-9 pm and March 3 between 12-3 pm, at Gateway Alliance Church (13931 140 St).

Registration details are available on our Registration page. 

Additional information for soccer is available from EMSA.
Softball information is available from Northwest Zone Softball Association.
Baseball information is available from Northeast Zone Sports.

Age groups and fees will be updated on our website as they become available.

Shinny Hockey Nights

COCL Shinny Nights - pick up hockey for ages 12 and up.

Every Thursday from 7 - 8 pm starting December 13 at Carlisle Community Hall. 14240 117 St NW. 

Outdoor Skating Rinks are Open

Bundle up and lace up those skates, it's time to get out and enjoy COCL's outdoor skating rinks! Rinks have been constructed at Cumberland Park (129 St & 148 Ave) and Hudson Park (beside Hilwie Hamdon school at Cumberland Road & 137 St).

Sidewalk Snow Removal

As a winter city, we all know that snow, and the removal of it, is inevitable.  We want to ensure our sidewalks are as safe as possible for those that need to use them. Our Community Standards Bylaw asks that property owners or tenants keep their adjacent city sidewalk clear of snow and ice to the pavement.  It is important to shovel the sidewalk as soon as possible after each snowfall to avoid a buildup that can then be difficult to deal with.

Please note sand can be used as a temporary measure to provide traction in icy areas. Free sand is available at community leagues and other places throughout Edmonton; visit for locations. A new sandbox was installed last year at Oxford Park (13040 155 Avenue).

Community members should be aware that there is a fine associated with failure to keep the sidewalks clear of snow, as well, the cost for the contractor to clear the sidewalk is billed back to the property owner.

Check out the City of Edmonton website for more information and helpful resources.

Events Calendar

Learn to Skate - FREE
Start Date/Time: Sunday, February 17, 2019 2:30 PM
End Date/Time: Sunday, February 17, 2019 5:30 PM
Recurring Event: Recurring Event Every 1 weeks until 2/17/2019 (total 6 events)
Recreational Program
Location: Cumberland Park
Learn the skills to become active on the ice. Our program is designed around basic skills, movement, participation and fun! You can expect skills for speed, agility, and control. All of which will give you the skills for other types of skating
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