Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)...
When does the season start?
The indoor walking soccer seasons will be posted for each facility on the home page. Each session is one hour long beginning at 10 a.m. on Wednesdays at the BMO Soccer Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Is there an end of the year championship?
"Championships" consist of 3 small fun activities. The teams with the most points at the end of the three games is crowned champion. All regular season games are noncompetitive.
Why do you need so much information from each person?
If a person of any age is going from inactive to physically active, it can have serious health implications. In the case that a person has pulled a muscle or been injured, we require contact information of at least one emergency contact.
Who do I contact if I go on vacation?
Please contact us and let us know that we shouldn't be expecting you at the game, for any reason. Our office number is 902-210-6498, or send us an email at
Who will be conducting the games?
Walking Soccer Nova Scotia is administrated by the Walking Soccer Association of Nova Scotia and hosted at the BMO Soccer Centre artificial turf in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The sessions will be run by a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS) and Technical Director staff trained in modified drills for persons with limited mobility. It is our utmost priority to keep you safe on the field.
Are the fields sometimes closed?
As the program plays on an indoor turf facility, the field does not normally close. In the unforeseeable incident that the field is closed, each player will be contacted via the telephone number or other contact information provided with registration.
Must all my players wear the same colour shorts and socks?
No, for walking soccer you do not have to wear matching clothing or uniforms. Pinafores will be provided. Comfortable footwear or running shoes is recommended.