Eighteen of the Yukon Soccer Association players who have been selected for teams outside the territory got together for the unveiling of billboards with the names of all Yukon players who have played Outside. The billboards will be displayed at the Canada Games Centre fieldhouse in Whitehorse. (Jim Elliot/ Yukon News)

Yukon Soccer Association celebrates past achievement

The territory is expected to field two strong teams for the 2022 games in Niagra.


Yukoner Felix Masson will begin training with the Whitecaps FC Edmonton Academy in January. Masson has been in Alberta playing for the St. Albert Impact since September. (Whitecaps Academy/Submitted)

Yukon soccer player readies for Whitecaps Edmonton academy

Felix Masson brings his skill, work ethic to Alberta pitch


Yellowknife Galaxy player, Josh, takes a corner during second half action against the North of 60 team at the F.H. Collins turf field on Aug. 8. (John Tonin/Yukon News)

The Yukon played host to N.W.T. in a weekend of soccer action

For the first time in over a year the Yukon and N.W.T. faced competition outside their jurisdictions


Joe Hanson, left, will return to the Whitecaps while Cameron Bringsli received the invite to join the U14 academy. (John Tonin/Yukon News)

Hanson, Bringsli will continue and begin their Vancouver Whitecaps careers

Cameron Bringlsi will join the Whitecaps U14 acedemy while Joe Hanson returns to the reserve U-23 team

Joe Hanson, left, will return to the Whitecaps while Cameron Bringsli received the invite to join the U14 academy. (John Tonin/Yukon News)

From Whitehorse to the Whitecaps

Joe Hanson is starting his second season with the Vancouver Whitecaps academy

Regulation track and field complex opens at F.H. Collins

The track will allow Yukon athletes to train for competition events

Organized sports ramp up for fall amid new restrictions

Limited summer programs have gone well, groups say

Residents asked to respect the rules of new track and field facility

“The turf does not restore itself like traditional grass fields”

Yukon Soccer Association hosts Indoor Soccer Championships Tournament

The tournament included 455 players in eight divisions

Dwayne De Rosario inspires Yukon futsal teams ahead of Arctic Winter Games

The soccer great was in Whitehorse for two days of futsal sessions with local players

Dwayne De Rosario to visit Whitehorse

“I’m itching to learn more about Canadian culture and the Yukon is as Canadian as it gets”

Christmas Insomnia Tournament concludes 2019 with soccer showdown

Charly’s Angels and Liverpool Reserves were this year’s winners

Annual Christmas Showcase puts spotlight on local soccer and futsal talent

“I think it’s just a really good experience overall to be able to play with such high-level players”

Canadian men’s national team futsal coach works with Yukon AWG teams

“Athletes need to keep on working because they never know who is watching”

Toonie Tournament raises food and funds for Whitehorse Food Bank

“It was more about getting the kids out playing soccer and fundraising for the food bank”

Whitehorse Futsal League rebrands and expands for upcoming season

“The mission of the league is to support the sport (and) grow interest in the sport”

Whitehorse student collects soccer balls for Kenyan youth

“He said, ‘Oh, Nicholas is going to come? I’ll give him a soccer ball project.’”

Yukoners win gold with Vancouver Island Wave at B.C. Soccer Premier Cup

“It was really nice though because it felt like we worked really hard for the wins that we got”

Yukon Soccer Association hosts clinic for Dawson City F.C. players

“After five years, the thing I’ve always found is the support for soccer up there is fantastic”

Yukon soccer championships put exclamation point on season

‘It’s fun to see everybody together in the same park’