Welcome to the Edmonton
Chargers Football Club Website
will find information on the club's history and accomplishments, as
well as game day information and other important news for parents and
players. Please check back often as important news items will be posted
on the site as they come up.
- August may
be nearly over but there is
still time to register. The clubhouse is open Monday thru
evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 through August so please stop
check out the Registration
page for details of what you need to bring.
started August 5 for all levels and continue Monday thru Thursday each
week through August. See the Schedule
page for details.
- It's Jamboree time! See the Schedule
page for details.
Needed! We are looking for new coaches to assist at all
Atom, Peewee and Bantam (ages 8-15). We are looking for
with previous playing or coaching experience who enjoy working with
children and want to pass their knowledge along. Ex-players
welcome! If you are interested, please send a brief
resume to: Manager@EdmontonChargers.com
Some very happy Chargers attended the Eskimo's Atom and Peewee camp this spring.
to the Midget team on a great season. They made it all the
the Tier I Championship game where they lost a very close game to a
great team from Lloydminster. Congrats also go to the Red
their championship season.
Edmonton football community lost a close friend last week.
Al Park passed away after courageously battling an aggressive form of
ALS. Al and his family have been part of the Chargers family
many years and we extend our deepest condolences to those he left
to players and staff at all levels. 2013 ended on a high note
with all three teams making it to Tier I playoffs and the
winning the Provincial Championship!
cannot describe what Brock Jacobs meant to the football community in
Alberta for his good nature, commitment to fairness, and hard
work. He has never wavered in his support and devotion to
football in the Calgary area since he first got involved in the 1970’s,
and that community will notice his loss the most. However,
football was not the only thing that defined the man. He was
great husband and father, an honest businessman, and a very well
thought of person to all he met. Brock passed away
peacefully on November 2, 2013 surrounded by his family.
Falls will never be the same without him.
Check out this 3 minute drill with Charger grad
Gord Hinse of the Edmonton Eskimos.
Check out this CTV News story on BC Lions Safety and
Chargers alum JR LaRose (note that the video seems to work best in
Chargers at the 2013 Bantam Bowl Tryouts
Bowl tryouts were held the weekend of April 20. The Chargers
were will represented
by terrific group of young athletes. Congratulations to
MacNeil, Conner Mickel, Curtis Meidl, and Yoma Ovakporaye on making the
And here's a photo of the boys along with Charger Coaches and Staff who
helped to make this another successful event!
to the Chargers Midget Team on winning the CDMFA Tier II Championship!
to Chargers General Manager and driving force Susan Morgan.
has been awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for her
many contributions to the Edmonton community! The medal was
created to mark the 2012 celebrations of the 60th anniversary of Her
Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s accession to the Throne as Queen of
Canada. The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal is a tangible way
for Canada to honour Her Majesty for her service to this country. At
the same time, it serves to honour significant contributions and
achievements by Canadians.
All of the Charger teams had good
seasons playing in Tier I in 2012. The Atom team had a fun
and made it to the CDMFA Tier I Semi-Finals. The Peewees made
to the CDMFA Tier I Finals and the Bantams won the CDMFA Tier I
to Chargers Bantam Head Coach Darrell Jorgensen on being named
Team1260's Coach of the Week! A well deserved recognition...
Thanks for all your great work Darrell!
to all the players who have been named United Cycle Player of the Week!
Chargers named this year include Curtis Meidl, Emmanual
Shamar Booth, Tyler Duguid, David Lezama and Lwal Uguak.
Many thanks to United Cycle for
sponsoring these great awards at the Peewee and Bantam levels.
Charger Alum and current
BC Lion J.R. LaRose was in town recently and took time out to meet a
couple of current Chargers. He also shared a look at his 2011
Grey Cup ring. Check out the size of that ring!
2012 Edmonton Elite Championship Team
Chargers on the team include Head Coach
Darrell Jorgensen and Defensive Co-ordinator James Devine along with Daniel
Cockburn, Jonathan Hamilton, Martin Kreiner, Colton MacNeil, Curtis
Meidl, Conner Mickel, Yoma Ovakporaye, Brandon Tran and Justin
Check out this interview of Charger Alum
Chase Quewezance at Canada Cup 2012!
may recall that Patrick Kabongo generously donated his time and several
Xenith helmets to our Club last year. Thanks again Patrick!
Check out this link
to learn more about head injuries and the benefits of Xenith helmets
from Eskimos legend and multiple Hall of Famer Warren Moon.
to Team North on their victory in the 2012 Football Alberta Senior Bowl
All-Star Game! The Chargers were well represented with Kieran
Maxwell, Mandella Loggale and Leonardo Mantuila all earning spots on
roster. Check out this Edmonton Examiner article
highlights and a great story about Leo.
Congratulations to Cleyon Laing, a former Charger who was selected
ninth overall in the 2012 CFL draft by the Torono Argonauts.
What a year
2011 has been for all the Chargers teams! Beginning
with a Tier II Championship for the Midget team in the spring and
followed up by great seasons by all three other levels. The
won the Tier I CDMFA and Provincial Champship, the Peewees won the
CDMFA Tier II Championship and were Provincial Finalists,
and the Bantams wrapped up their season as CDMFA Tier I Finalists.
to our General Manager and all around force of nature, Susan
Morgan. Susan recieved an Award of Excellence
from the City of Edmonton for her hard work and devotion to the sports
community in the city!
was a good year for the Chargers teams. The Midgets were
Tier II finalists, the Bantams won the CDMFA and Provincial Tier II
Championship, the Peewees won the CDMFA Tier I Championship and were
Provincial Tier I finalists, and the Atoms were CDMFA and Provincial
Tier I finalists. Congratulations to all on a fun and
was a banner year for Chargers teams. It started off with a
Tier I Championship for the Midget team in the spring.
The younger kids followed up with a Tier II Championship at Atom, a
Tier I Provincial Championship at Peewee and an appearance in the Tier
I City Semifinals for the Bantams. Thanks to all the coaches
volunteers whose hard work helped to make this possible.
See the individual team pages (Atom, Peewee, Bantam, Midget)
for registration information and