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.
News & Events
- Christmas Bureau Hamper Delivery The
Chargers Football Club has been assisting the Christmas Bureau of
Edmonton since 1993 with their hamper delivery day. All the coaches,
Bantam captains, and various Alumni help load food hampers on to the
vehicles for delivery to the families whom have registered with the
Christmas Bureau for assistance. This year, delivery day is Saturday,
December 16 from 7:00 am to 12:00 noon at St. Francis of Assisi
Elementary School, 6614-129 Ave. If you would like to come out
and help with this very worthwhile cause, we would certainly welcome
any assistance you can provide.
- The clubhouse is open Wednesday evenings from 6 to 9pm until December 13.
Registration for the 2018 season will be held at the clubhouse on
January 17, 24 and 31. You can find more information on the Schedule or Registratiion pages.
- Calling all Alumni of the Edmonton Chargers, we need your SUPPORT!
The dates for the CHARGERS CASINO are December 21 and December 22
at the Argyll Casino and we have openings for all shifts.
Please go to the volunteer sign up link here:
Please consider giving some time back to the Edmonton Chargers, maybe
even rekindling some friendships from the past. The 8 hour shift is a
small piece of time that would go a long way to support future players
with the dollars raised from the Casino.
Please email any questions to email@example.com
Chargers Football Club 18th Annual Silent Auction was a huge
success! Our sincere heartfelt thanks goes out to Stacy Zaidi and
her committee for putting on a wonderful evening filled with many great
auction items to bid on. A huge thank you to all the individuals,
businesses and organizations that donated auction items in making this
event successful. We would also like to thank Billy Budd's Lounge
for their continued support in allowing us to hold the event there.
Chargers would like to thank Ashton Aylett-Wells and Remedy Cafe for
their support. Please take the time to check out Ashton's thoughts here.
- We would also like to recognize and thank Hertz Equipment Rentals for providing light towers and a scissor lift.
- Thanks as well to Capilano Canadian Tire for donating a BBQ for use at home games.
1954 - 2016
In a volunteer role stretching close to 30 years, Susan Morgan’s
accomplishments are truly too numerous to mention. Started with
Edmonton Chargers in 1989 as a General Manager, Susan not only
stabilized their program but helped other teams stay afloat in a dark
time for minor football. Eventually volunteering with the CDMFA
and holding several positions, Susan was the main driving force behind
its expansion from 7 bantam teams to over 60 teams and five different
levels of play. As a Football Alberta DR, she was instrumental in the
start-up of Minor Provincials, Bantam Bowl, Team Alberta U16 and
footballs involvement in the Alberta Summer Games. Susan passed
away in June of 2016 and will be dearly missed by all involved in the
Minor Football world both locally and Provincially and is one of the
most deserving additions to the Life Membership/ Hall of Fame Award
we’ve ever had.
In May of 2017 Susan was recognized by Football Albereta who presented her with their Life Membership / Hall of Fame Award
Footballl Alberta's tributte is posted below.
Life Membership / Hall of Fame Award
Susan Morgan—Edmonton Chargers
Updates...Congratulations to 3 Chargers U16 All-Stars on their selection to go to Texas in January 2018!
Congratulations to the Chargers Peewee Team on a fantastic season - CDMFA Tier II Champions and Provincial Silver Medalists!
Congratulations to the Bantam team on winning the 2015 CDMFA Tier I Championship!
Congratulations to the Peewee team on winning the 2015 CDMFA Tier I Championship!
The Rams Show Their Stuff
Jim Skitsko, Coach of the Sherwood Park Rams, recently showed how the
club exemplifies the qualities that we all strive for in the minor
football community. The Sherwood Park News published an interview with
"the Judge" where he demonstrated the same grace after a losing effort
as he has after many winning moments in the past. Following an
insightful description of the game, he offered this generous
“I’ve always had the greatest respect for the Chargers and their
organization. When I started coaching, I wanted to build a team just
like their organization has, and in many ways, they’re still a little
better than us — and in many ways, we’re almost as good,”. (You can read the entire article here.)
Thank you Jim, please know that we feel the same way about the organization you have built.
The Chargers Atoms had a great time at the Eskimo's Salute to Minor Football in September. See some more photos here.
Some Atom Chargers enjoying the May Eskimos Camp.
Some Chargers and Alumni helping out with the Christmas Bureau's hamper delivery.
Some very happy Chargers attended the Eskimo's Atom and Peewee camp last spring.
See the individual team pages (Atom, Peewee, Bantam, Midget)
for registration information and