Calgary West Soccer Club


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Competitive Soccer

CWSC teams play in the city-wide Calgary Minor Soccer Association (CMSA) League. From U8 to U18, for boys and girls, CWSC aims to develop players to compete to an appropriate level.

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Recreational Soccer

Winter, summer, spring or fall, CWSC has a recreational program for your child. From U4-U18, with our “Soccer for All” motto in mind, we have developed partnerships with communities in the NW of Calgary.

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Senior Soccer

CWSC also has teams in the Calgary United Soccer Association (CUSA) and Calgary Women’s Soccer Association (CWSA) for adults looking to play soccer and meet like-minded friends.

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Technical Programs

With a highly experienced technical staff, CWSC has many programs available to players of different ages and ability levels, from individual training to team-based academy sessions and conditioning training.

About Us

The largest community- based soccer club in Calgary

With our focus on player development community and soccer for all, we are the largest community based club in Calgary.
CWSC runs programs for youth, adult, competitive and recreational, and values its close ties with communities in the north west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Our primary concern is making sure that kids have fun so that they continue playing soccer through their adult life. In order to achieve this we employ highly-qualified coaches and ensure our values are embedded in your child's experience.

We believe that individual player development is the priority and that team success follows. We stand for QUALITY, VALUE, EXPERIENCE, and EDUCATION.

  • The percentage of all of our teams that compete in Tier 1. Our ratio of Tier 1 teams to our total number of team is the highest in the city. QUALITY.

  • The percentage of our Head Coaches with UEFA or FIFA credentials. The only Club in the city with 2 UEFA Pro Licensed coaches. QUALIFIED.

  • The percentage of our Tier 1-3 teams coached by a qualified, paid coach with senior soccer experience. EXPERIENCE

  • The amount of our membership receiving individual player development focus. WE CARE.


Meet our highly qualified, dedicated Technical Director and Head Coaches

Henry Haeusler

Technical Director
Henry Haeusler is a coaching specialist in professional soccer and youth development. He received his Masters Degree in Physical Education with special emphasis on coaching soccer at the German University of Physical Culture in Leipzig (1976-1980). He holds the top DFB (German Football Federation) Pro-Coaching license and the UEFA Pro License (FL 001805). He is a member of the German Football Coaches Association.

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Juan Manuel Martinez Alonso

Head Coach
Juanma brings our Spanish influence to the coaching team. Involved as a player and academy coach in his native Spain, Juanma possesses his UEFA Pro license and loves working on individual skills with our players. Read more


Head Coach
Hailing from Scotland, Chris has been involved with Dundee United FC and has links to coaches in Europe.

Chris is currently working on obtaining his UEFA B License. Read more.

Senaid Omerovic

Head Coach
Senaid brings professional, European experience to the program having spent four years as goal keeper for Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Premier Division League team, with whom he won the National Cup in 1988 … the youngest goal keeper ever to do so! Read more

Sergio Medina

Head Coach
With over 30 years experience coaching men, women and youth teams, we are happy to have Sergio back to enhance the knowledge that our coaching team has with the Chilean influence. Read more

Diogo Galvao De Macedo

Head Coach
Brazilian Forward position 13 years of experience as a professional soccer player Twice best soccer player (top scorer) in championships Champion in one state championship.

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Jordan Unreimer

GK Trainer
Jordan has been involved with coaching goalkeepers for ten years. He has experience working with all age groups and skill levels. Jordan started coaching when he was sixteen years of age for his home town club, the Red Deer Renegades. At the age of eighteen, he moved to Belgium to play with the fourth division pro club Royal Racing Football Club Montegnee. While with the Belgian side, Jordan also worked in their youth academy as one of two goalkeeper coaches. Upon returning to Canada Jordan was approached by the University of Calgary. He is currently on scholarship with the Dinos as their starting goalkeeper. Jordan has worked with a local goalkeepers academy and club since moving to Calgary.

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