Soccer Without Boundaries

We create opportunities that build belonging through sport, music, art, and learning and everyone belongs here.

Umoja Community Mosaic started in 2010 as a drop-in soccer club.  We host soccer outdoors in the summer months and indoors in the winter months where we focus on inclusion, emotional regulation, conflict resolution, and community building. We also work with competitive soccer clubs to insert talented players into teams across Calgary (with tremendous thanks to CalGlen).

Umoja’s soccer program builds teamwork and leadership skills. Many Umoja athletes become coaches and all participants stay in school. Many have gone on to post-secondary institutions (some on soccer scholarships) and join the workplace in a range of careers.

Please note: All fall/winter indoor soccer participants need to register. Registration forms are available on-site at each indoor session or by emailing or by filling out this online form.


Indoor Drop-In Soccer Schedule 
(October 1, 2022 till end of March, 2023)

The Genesis Centre (7555 Falconridge Blvd NE):
1 – 3 pm – Ages 5-12
3 – 5 pm – Ages 13-18

Edgemont Soccer at Foothills Alliance Church (333 Edgepark Blvd NW):
2:30 – 5:30
All ages are welcome
NEW!! Mosaic Girls Soccer Program at AE Cross School gym (3445 37 St. SW)
9:30 – 12:30
Ages 5-16
The QR code takes you to the google form to register:

All kids are welcome to play and registration is available on-site.

For updates, check out our Facebook & Instagram page.

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Culturally Appropriate Food Program

Food security is a growing concern with the pandemic and inflation. Umoja supports lower income families and seniors with food. This food is often delivered directly to Calgarians and is available for pickup in at least two communities. Sometimes we provide gift cards and we also work with faith groups to help increase our reach to folks in need.

We strive to provide foods from families’ home countries. They know how to prepare it, they will eat it and it brings comfort just like with any families’ cultural foods.

Community-Based Tutoring

Umoja connects students with tutors in the community. Many tutors are also involved as participants and may have received tutoring themselves during times of need.

Before the pandemic, tutoring was offered largely in-person. During the pandemic, tutoring was done virtually with Google Meet, Zoom, MS Teams, etc.

After School Programming

To provide access to low income newcomer youth to a safe, inclusive space for out of school programs including; arts/music/craft and homework support and social connections and emotional learning through engagement, in Winter/Spring 2022/2023. Volunteers help with homework and studying, and kids will engage in soccer (and other sports), music, arts and crafts.


Edgemont Hub (224 Edgeburn Lane NE):
Tuesdays beginning October 25th from 4:00PM-5:30PM
Deer Run Hub (342 Deerpoint Gardens SE):
Mondays beginning October 24th from 3:15PM-5:15PM
Glenbrook Elementary School (4725 33 Ave SW):
Fridays beginning November 4th from 12:30PM-2:30PM
Download registration form here or email for more information.