"We don't want to tell them our DREAMS. We want to SHOW them." - Christiano Ronaldo 

Scottish United is excited to launch their Accelerated Development Program (ADP) for Outdoor 2015.

The ADP has been developed as a platform for talented athletes and driven teams to maximize their potential. Whether that potential leads to professional opportunities or National Team selection, or playing to the best of their ability at a more local level, this approach is the gateway to furthering soccer ambitions.

The ADP has been established to provide the continual coaching hours required by the CSA’s adoption of the Long-Term Player Development Model (LTPD) - simply stated, athletes need more relevant and deliberate training opportunities, while squads require exposure to a playing philosophy that helps create problem-solving skills and tactical awareness. 

The U14 Tier I Girls have are confirmed as ADP Participants.

**Additional costs per player will apply - this will be finalized prior to our Outdoor 2015 Tryout Process.

Scottish United Soccer club is home to a number of youth soccer teams primarily in Southwest Edmonton Alberta, our 2001 girls being one of them. Our roster consists of players from Edmonton and surrounding areas. Our 2001 team's have competed at the highest level in the EIYSA league. Our goal in 2015 is to compete at the Alberta Soccer - 2015 Outdoor Provincials and play at the national level. 

Our team’s objective is to provide a wide variety of training opportunities ranging from highly competitive tournaments to practice, games & technical training 3-5 days a week, which is provided by some of the most highly trained coaches in the province. Our philosophy follows the Canadian Long Term Player Development model (LTPD) utilizing learning through play.

We are also a team that believes in giving back and supporting initiatives that help others and that it's important to help these young ladies become not just amazing soccer players but amazing young women.

We have Team Pride, Team Spirit and we are a team that believes in Social Justice and Community Spirit! 

The team's efforts have lead them to win gold in the City & Provincial Championships for the indoor 2012/13 season. They also won Silver in the Cities & Bronze in the Provincial Championships for the 2013 & 2014 outdoor season.

We are a youth soccer club that runs during the outdoor and indoor season, outdoor from   April – August and indoor from September - March.  

There are teams from U6 - U18 at the Scottish United Soccer Club 

visit www.scottishunited.com

Some of the girls having fun at practice! 


Team 1 & Team 2 at the Madden DeLuca Memorial 4 V 4

Team 3 at the Madden DeLuca Memorial 4 v 4

The Scottish girls WON 4 games out of 5.  Played for Bronze (?)  in the 2014 Outdoor Provinicals 

There were only 2 teams in their division with the highest points in the entire division, and Scottish was one of them!


Thank you to Synergy Projects & Dollarwise

Plumbing  for sponsoring our advertising board 

at the Scottish Fields - Grant MacEwan Park    

3105 - 101 St SW Edmonton  AB  

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What a great group of girls! Having fun where ever they go!

 Look for us at each game to throw a loonie in the tin can and help us FIGHT leprosy              learn more my clicking on the link below


GIrls play 4 games with only 3 goals allowed - Great job girls!! Awesome job to keeper Fabi!

Scottish United Girls collect over 60 pairs of jeans for teens - "Did you know that there are more than 65,000 homeless teen in Canada?" 

Enjoy everyday and every moment. Make friends everywhere you go!

Bronze at 2013 Outdoor Provincials - "Way to go girls!" 


Scottish U12 Girls Supporting a library in Hobema Alberta  

photos taken by Amber Cleasby  

Presenting a print at Honorable Dave Hancocks Breakfast 

(left) The Scottish girls raised money for "Welcome Home"  

THANK YOU TO SAFEWAY in Riverbend Square - Edmonton AB for their support! 

 July 19th the Scottish United U12G Tier 1 joined over 100 local soccer players in and around Edmonton to Support FC Edmonton in the K-Days Parade!! 

 On July 25th the girls helped raise money for "Welcome Home " a local organization that helps provide quality care and enhance human well being in spirit and compassion, justice, freedom and solidarity.


              Scottish plays soccer game during the half-time game at the FC Edmonton Football game

            and they showed their support for the "Pink up the Park" event by wearing pink ribbons in hair!



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