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Strathcona County Minor Football Association





Wednesday Nov 1st, 2017 Millenium Place Room #1 @ 6:30pm


The Strathcona County Minor Football Association (SCMFA) is an independent, registered, self-governing Alberta Society.  As such, it is entirely and solely responsible for its own operation as an Association within the Capital District Minor Football Association. In order to offer a successful football program for 2 Novice, 6 Atom, 1 Peewee and 1 Bantam Teams,the Association has to rely on the volunteer support of its members (primarily the parents of its registered players), the volunteer support of its coaches and the volunteer support of other interested supporters.

This year’s operations are well under way but the Association needs to prepare for next year.

The Bylaws of the Association require that:

  • The AGM shall be held once per season, on or before November 30th. 
  • Written Notice of the meeting shall be distributed to all members twenty-one (21) days prior to the meeting.
  • A minimum number of members from each team in the Association must be present at the Annual General Meeting for voting purposes (quorum). To meet quorum requirements, a minimum of 5 Representatives (excluding Executive) from Bantam, Peewee and Atom team. 2 Representatives from Novice must be present at the AGM.
  • All members eligible to vote at the Annual General Meeting must register upon arriving at the Meeting. A registration sheet shall be provided for this purpose. This sheet shall be configured in such a way as to enable the Secretary to ensure that the names of those members who are in good standing and are eligible to vote are cross-referenced with the voter when s/he signs in.
  • New and returning members of the Executive shall be elected by members of the Association at that AGM.
  • Nomination for new members of the Executive shall be submitted to the Secretary at least fifteen (15) days prior to the date of the AGM.  If no candidate has been nominated for an Executive position then nominations from the floor may be accepted.


The Sherwood Park Wolverines have partnered this year with the Fort Saskatchewan Falcons to roll out  a home  grown Atom Program.  Our 6:6 atom program follows all the principles and systems of the Long Term Athletic Development (LTAD) initiative our district embraced a few years back.  

Our players aged 7 - 9 play for 9 weeks from 9am - 11am every Saturday in Sherwood Park at our very own Emerald Hills Stadium or in Fort Saskatchewan at Eldon Brown Field Stadium. Our 6 teams kicked it off Aug 26th in Fort Sask in a round robin tournament style and the players all came off the field with BIG smiles. We break for September Labour Day long  weekend but are right back at it again at Emerald Hills Sept 9th. Come on out and watch our future stars play a game or 2 or 3. 

Congratulations Raffle Prize Winners!

Congratulations to Jeff Huybregts, winner of the 1st Prize: A $2,000.00 travel voucher!

Congratulations to Rania Pitre, winner of the 2nd Prize: $500.00 cash

Thanks to everyone that supported our Raffle! 

Levels of Play

Teams for all skill levels! Visit our FAQ and Registration pages  for more details.

Novice- Ages 6,7,8

Atom- ages 7,8,9,10

Peewee-ages 11,12

Bantam-ages 13,14,15

Bantam players will have to confirm grade.

Registration Now Closed for the 2017 Season

Registration Quick Links


Baseline Concussion Testing - Best Practice!

August 2017 the SCMFA/Wolverines joint venture worked with Elite Injury Management to conduct baseline concussion tests on Bantam and Peewee players that chose to participate in this testing.  Elite Injury Management also provided a separate education seminar for the Bantam athletes and parents to further discuss recognition, return to learn and play as well as discussing any myths or beliefs the groups had in regards to concussions.  
What it is: Concussion baseline evaluations are done typically during the pre-season to establish athletes "normal" for comparative purposes in case a concussion does occur during the season.  Elite Injury Management use the SCAT 5 and Child SCAT 5 which includes evaluation of symptom rating, balance and coordination testing and concentration/cognitive evaluation.  They also used a saccade evaluation which tests eye tracking.  The baseline evaluations are used to give athletes an idea of what to watch for if they do suffer a concussive injury, it also gives health professionals something to refer to if the athlete does suffer a concussion.