We are grateful for the dedication and support of our volunteers, who help make our soccer program a success each year. Our volunteers range from coaches and linespeople to photographers and event planners, and we rely on their contributions to provide a quality soccer experience for young athletes in our community.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer with MMSA, we invite you to explore the opportunities listed on this page. No matter your experience level or availability, there is a role for you. We provide training and support to all of our volunteers, and we value the unique skills and perspectives that each individual brings to our soccer program.

As a member of the Canadian Soccer Association and the Manitoba Soccer Association, we strive to uphold the values of these organizations and to promote soccer as a fun and inclusive sport for all. To learn more about soccer in Canada and Manitoba, we encourage you to visit the Canada Soccer and Manitoba Soccer Association websites.

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with MMSA. We look forward to working with you to provide a positive soccer experience for our young athletes.

MMSA Volunteer Job Descriptions


  1. Coaches: As a coach, you will be responsible for running practices and games for the season. You will play an integral role in our soccer program, helping our players develop their skills and fostering a love for the game. Coaching experience is helpful but not required, as we provide training and support to all of our coaches. This is a great opportunity to make a difference in the lives of young athletes and to contribute to the community.

    Coaches Requirements:

    • Criminal Record Check
      - Required for all Timbits and youth soccer coaches in Manitoba
      - Good for 3 years (needs to be renewed every 3 years to continue coaching)
      - Can be completed online through Morden Police Service’s website: https://mordenpolice.com/criminal-record-checks
    • Vulnerable Sector Check
      - Required for all Timbits and youth soccer coaches in Manitoba
      - Good for 3 years (needs to be renewed every 3 years to continue coaching)
      - Non-Morden residents can request it at the RCMP Morden detachment: 797 Thornhill St.
    • Respect in Sport for Activity Leaders
      - Required for all coaches of sanctioned youth sports in Manitoba
      - Good for 5 years (needs to be renewed every 5 years to continue coaching)
      - 1-2 hour free online course
      - Visit https://sportmanitoba.respectgroupinc.com/
    • Keep Girls In Sports (Girl Divisions Only)
      - Keeping Girls in Sport is an online resource that helps coaches and youth activity leaders to create safe and respectful environments for female athletes, ensuring girls stay enrolled and engaged in sports and physical activity.

      * Online and On-Field training applies depending on the division to coach.

  2. Nets & Mesh: In early August, we need volunteers to work together for 1-2 hours to get all our nets set up for the season. This involves assembling and installing the nets on the soccer goals. At the end of September, we need volunteers to work together again for 1-2 hours to take down all the mesh and store it for the winter. This is a great opportunity to work as a team and help prepare the fields for the season.
  3. Equipment: At the start of the season, we need volunteers to spend 1-2 hours sorting equipment, filling balls, organizing uniforms, or supervising pick-ups at the Access Event Centre. This is an important task that ensures our players have the equipment they need to play. At the end of the season (late September), we need volunteers to spend 1-2 hours taking in and checking equipment and uniforms, or cleaning up the storage area at the Access Event Centre.
  4. Linesperson: As a linesperson, you will assist the referee by watching one side of the field for the ball to cross out of bounds. Two linespeople are needed per game, so this is a great opportunity to get involved and help out during games. No experience is required, as we provide training and support.
  5. Photographers: We need volunteers to take photos of MMSA games and events for use on our media outlets. This is a great opportunity for anyone who enjoys photography and wants to contribute to the league in a unique way. You will need to have your own camera and be available to attend games and events throughout the season.
  6. Wind-up Day: Volunteers will meet in mid-September to plan the end-of-season wind-up event. This is a great opportunity to get involved in event planning and to help celebrate the end of a successful season. We need volunteers to help with tasks such as organizing food and drinks, setting up decorations, and planning activities for the players.

Relatives, legal guardians or players who are interested in getting involved in the league are invited to become Coaches or Referees. Contact us and find out how!



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