Indoor Evaluations have been completed

We will announce team rosters shortly. 

New registrations are still welcome. Please contact

Thank you.


Sponsorship Announcement

Hello CWSC Players, Families and Members

Making a difference in the communities served by Kal Tire is just part of the way they do business. Kal Tire is pleased to be sponsoring the Calgary West Soccer Club, a community based soccer club that provides all players an opportunity to enjoy the game of soccer and develop into lifelong soccer players.
Kal Tire’s culture is steeped in values. Seven key aims guide team members every day as they work and make decisions. One of these aims highlights the company’s ongoing commitment to corporate social responsibility, focusing on continually improving and recognizing a responsibility to customers, each other, communities and the environment. Over the years, Kal Tire’s commitment to safety, recycling and supporting communities has remained strong and continues to grow.
Kal Tire is Canada’s largest independent tire dealer and one of North America’s largest commercial tire dealers. Kal Tire’s Mining Tire Group is a global leader in mining tire service and supply, servicing more than 150 mine sites across five continents. The company has warehouse facilities across Canada servicing over 250 Kal Tire retail and commercial stores. As the largest truck tire retreader in Canada, Kal Tire owns and operates 10 truck tire retread facilities plus an additional five earthmover retreading facilities located in Canada, the United Kingdom, Chile, and Ghana, West Africa. The company employs more than 5,600 team members.

Expect to see the Kal Tire name brand on our new uniforms and exclusively selected banners on our fields, events and facilities.
On behalf of all CWSC members we want to say Thank you! to Kal Tire for the sponsorship and we welcome the long-term partnership between Kal Tire and the Calgary West Soccer Club.



Indoor 2016 2017 Registration OPEN

Registration for the upcoming indoor season is OPEN! 

Registrations include:

CWSC Futsal League for U6/7 and U8/9

CMSA competitive leagues for U6-U18

U8 Technical Skills academy

Play and Train Program (registration opened June 30 and is filling up quickly)

All program information can be found in our CWSC Indoor 2016 2017 Newsletter

Click HERE to continue to the registration page


Thanks for supporting CWSC

Congratulations to the 1998 graduates from the U18 B Tier 1 United Team 

CWSC is proud to list the following graduates who departed this season from CWSC 1998 United coached by Christopher McKaig and the pathway that is in place for them as they completed their minor soccer education.

Josh Akiyama - (CF): Portland Timbers, Oregon, MLS

A fantastic home for Josh Akiyama to continue his education in the MLS Academy system. Josh moves to Portland on his 18th Birthday to Portland where he will be a full time member of Portland Timbers. Josh is a fine example to all CWSC members on his dedication to improving his game and being faithful to the process of long term player development. Chris and Portland have developed a working relationship where we will have the option to play exhibition games and showcase more individuals to the club.

Dane Domic - (CM): Sparta Rotterdam, Eredivisie (Netherlands)

Dane has moved to Europe where he will pursue a professional soccer career. Dane who has been an instrumental part in the success of our U18 boys program leaves CWSC with our best wishes and thought for his next career step. Dane had several other opportunities with Chris's connections in the UK.

Dawson McFeely - (CM): Marbella United FC Academy (Spain)

Dawson was scouted during a U18 tournament that United attended in San Diego. The president in attendance with several scouts recognized potential in Dawson to continue his education in Spain as a dynamic central midfielder. the scouts were very impressed with his ball skills and technique in receiving the ball under pressure. This is another relationship Chris is able to work with as more players show ambitions at this level.

Hayes Wittrock - (LW): Columbia College, Missouri (NAIA Division)

Hayes is another player departing on a full scholarship worth over $80,000to play soccer in the USA. Hayes is another example to all aspiring players in our club that US soccer is a reachable target for all of our members if your dedication can match your hunger. Fantastic achievement for a player who travelled 4 times per week from Lethbridge to commit to our club.

Jaden Veluw - (LB): Lethbridge University, Prairie Division (CIS)

A native of Lethbridge, Jaden will continue his full time education whilst turning out in the CIS with Lethbridge University. Jaden has already played 4 games, twice at centre defence and twice at left full back.

Andrew Primeau - (RB): Lethbridge University, Prairie Division (CIS)

Like Jaden, Andrew a Lethbridge native is able to fulfill his education desires whilst playing CIS level soccer for Lethbridge. Himself and Jaden have made 4 appearances each and we wish both of them best of luck.

CWSC is delighted to announce the next career steps of these players. Special mention to all the Lethbridge players who made a special sacrifice to drive to Calgary for practices and games for many seasons. These players are a glowing testament to our program and to the work our coaches like Christopher McKaig commit to in order for these dreams to become a reality. Good luck to you all!

Congratulations to our Tier 1 GU12 Spirit and BU12 Borussia at Provincials

Congratulations to the following teams who participated in provincials this weekend.  

Spirit brought home Silver,

and Borussia brought home Bronze.

Please visit our Wall of Fame and CWSC Facebook  

Both these teams were awarded the Fair Play Award,

representing their Club in the true spirit of the game.

CWSC is very proud of you all!

Thunder U16G Provincials Bronze Medal Finish!

Please see our Wall of Fame and CWSC Facebook

Calgary West 10th Anniversary!

Calgary West Soccer Club is excited to celebrate our 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY this coming fall!

We are planning on hosting a barbecue for all club members and are looking for a volunteer with some event planning experience to help us coordinate this event.

Please email if this is something that may be of interest to you.

CWSC Board

Team Chelsea ready for the Gothia Cup, Sweden!

Hello Calgary West members,

Team Chelsea U16G) departed today for Sweden!
We want to welcome all of you to follow Team Chelsea on a daily basis, on our CWSC Facebook page as they take on the challenges in The Gothia Cup Tournament in Sweden this month.
We are so proud of their ability to overcome adversity and for giving a 100 percent effort at every training session and game in order to get to this point.
Please show your support for Team Chelsea as they raise the Canadian flag during the opening ceremonies and represent our Club throughout the tournament.
Team Chelsea, our best to each of you, and come what may, we are your biggest fans!
Mary, Henry, Chris, and Juanma, Shannon, Teresa and Janice.
On behalf of Calgary West Team and Board of Directors


CWSC U9/10 teams in City Finals for Outdoor 2016

CWSC is proud of all the U9/10 CWSC teams that represented our club in the City Finals

A special congratulations goes out to the following medal placing teams:

Bronze for the BU9 CWSC Hertha team

Gold for the BU9 CWSC River team

Gold for the BU10 CWSC Vasco team

Gold for the GU9 CWSC Fiorentina team

Great work teams!

A big thanks to all the coaches for their time and dedication to all the CWSC teams 


Calgary West Soccer Club Team Chelsea G16 has been chosen to represent Canada in the opening ceremonies of the Gothia Cup in Sweden this July!

Chelsea will wear red jackets donated by BMO to represent our Canadian colours and don traditional white hats symbolizing our western heritage and the Calgary Stampede as they march into Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburg carrying the Canadian flag. The tournament which started in 1975 is considered the largest youth tournament in the world and has grown to over 1600 teams participating from over 80 countries this year. The girls have worked hard to raise funds through various activities towards the costs of their trip and we are very proud that they have the honour of representing Canada on opening day. 

Best of Luck Chelsea!