Awards 2017-12-12T19:36:49+00:00

Alberta Soccer Awards

asa-awardsAwards are given to those who show outstanding achievement or a passion and dedication to the sport we all love. Each of the awards and their descriptions are listed below.

Click here for the 2017 Awards Nomination Form

Please note, the deadline for Life Membership nominations is January 25, 2018. Please submit all other nominations by January 8, 2018.

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2017 Award winners will be announced at the Annual Awards Banquet in February, 2018

Awards Given by Alberta Soccer

Golden Shoe

Presented to the team of the year – recognizing them for their success. This award is selected by the ASA Competitions Committee.

Shield of Merit

Awarded to those who demonstrate outstanding contributions and long-term dedication to soccer in Alberta. Selected by the ASA Board of Directors.

Golden Whistle

Presented to the individual who has a long-standing contribution to officiating. This award is selected by the ASA Referee Development Committee.

President’s Award

Selected by the ASA President to recognize one person’s outstanding achievement and contribution to soccer.

Award of Merit

Presented to those who’ve displayed great achievements and brought pride to soccer in the past year. Selected by the ASA Board of Directors.

Life Membership

Individuals are inducted for their continued and outstanding dedication to soccer in Alberta while on the ASA Board. Selected by the ASA Membership at the Annual General Meeting

Bert Goldberger Technical Leader

Presented to an individual who has demonstrated Technical Leadership in an effort to enhance the reputation of soccer in Alberta. The recipient should lead or inspire others to improve the game of soccer from a regional, provincial, national or international perspective. Selected by the Technical Committee.

Silver Badge Award

Presented to a referee whose age does not exceed 28 years and who has demonstrated dedication, loyalty, leadership and support for other officials this past year with aspirations of further developing their referee career. Selected by the Referee Development Committee.

Physical Literacy Coach of the Year

Presented to a Trained Coach who is working or committed to LTPD Stages 1, 2 and 3 (Active Start, FUNdamentals or Learn to Train) and directs his/her program with sportsmanship and within the principles of the Long Term Player Development plan. The Coach should have aspirations of further development at the provincial and/or national level. Selected by the Technical Committee.

Woman of Distinction

Selected by the Alberta Soccer Women’s Committee, this award recognizes one woman’s outstanding achievements and contribution to soccer in Alberta.