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Calgary United Soccer Association

The Calgary United Soccer Association (CUSA) – provide an unmatched adult soccer league experience to participants including players, officials and coaches. Their inclusive community brings individuals from all walks of life to the field to engage in competitive play and celebrate a shared passion for the sport of soccer.

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The Calgary United Soccer Association (CUSA) – provide an unmatched adult soccer league experience to participants including players, officials and coaches. 

Their inclusive community brings individuals from all walks of life to the field to engage in competitive play and celebrate a shared passion for the sport of soccer. 

As a leader in organized sport, we approach the future of CUSA with bold determination while honouring our rich heritage. We believe soccer is far more than a game. It’s a platform for physical challenge, personal enrichment, and meaningful connection that we are dedicated to reinforcing. 

History of Calgary United Soccer Association

The roots go back to 1898 when the Calgary Association Football League held its inaugural season of organized soccer with 6 teams and 140 players. Many iterations and 82 years later, Calgary United Soccer Association (CUSA) was founded as an amalgamation of Calgary Men’s Soccer League and Calgary United Soccer. 

In its inaugural season, CUSA operated leagues for approximately 30 teams and 600 players. Over the past 39 years the association has grown dramatically, today consisting of over 280 teams and 7,000+ registered adult players and coaches. CUSA offers its members two seasons of play annually (indoor and outdoor) in men’s, coed and futsal programs.