Injury Insurance

Alberta Soccer covers its Members with Commercial General Liability, Sport Accident and Excess Travel Insurance protection.

for more information, please visit the Insurance page on the Alberta Soccer website: 


How to submit a Sport Accident Insurance Claim


  1. visit the Insurance page on the Alberta Soccer website
  2. click on the Sport Accident Insurance tab
  3. download the Medical Expense Claim Form
    1. Fill out page 1 (be sure to sign the bottom of page 1)
    2. have your physician fill out the Physician's statement on page 2 (note: a physiotherapist cannot fill this section out for you)
  4. Send your completed form to the CWSA ( so that we can complete the Association Statement on page 3
  5. Once we have signed the form, we will submit it to ASA on your behalf. ALL claim forms must be submitted through your district (CWSA). Alberta Soccer will not accept the form if you submit it yourself.

IMPORTANT: Submit completed forms directly to your local District. PLEASE NOTE THAT CLAIMS ARE TO BE SIGNED OFF BY THE DISTRICT. Claims not signed off by the District or submitted directly to the claims department will not be accepted. Claims must be completed and submitted WITHIN 30 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF INJURY.

Claims must be completed in FULL or will not be submitted to the insurance company.

Other Resources for Sports Injuries:


Acute Knee Injury Clinic (AKIC)

What is the Acute Knee Injury Clinic?

Knees are one of the most commonly injured joints. The majority of injuries are to the soft tissues in and around the knee (ligaments, tendons, menisci and articular cartilage). Most injuries are minor without (known) long-term consequences. However, some injuries are more serious and would benefit from an early intervention and care.

The AKIC was established to quickly and accurately evaluate and diagnose knee injuries that may need further treatment, management, diagnostic testing or surgical intervention.

Benefits include:

  • improved access to appropriate diagnosis to determine treatment
  • improved access to surgery for those who need it
  • fewer unnecessary MRIs for soft tissue knee injuries

The AKIC uses a web-based screening tool to help identify patients who need to be seen in a timely manner.

How to access the Acute Knee Injury Clinic

You do not need a doctor’s referral to access the clinic. But you do need the following to qualify:

  • must be 5 years of age or older
  • must have suffered a traumatic knee injury within the past 6 weeks
  • must fill out an online screening questionnaire (you will receive an email indicating the next steps within 5 business days)
Is There a Cost for Visits?

There is no direct cost for patients to access AKIC for the initial assessment and for follow-up appointments. Provincial health care covers the cost of all necessary diagnostic imaging.

Although there is no cost for your assessment or follow-up visits, your treatment plan may include fees (including bracing and physiotherapy).

Acute Sport Concussion Clinic

What is the Acute Sport Concussion Clinic (ASCC)?

A concussion is a brain injury that cannot be seen on routine X-rays, CT scans or MRIs. It affects the way a person may think and remember things. It can cause a variety of symptoms including physical symptoms (headaches and dizziness), cognitive symptoms (difficulty concentrating or confusion), emotional symptoms (i.e. irritability) and sleep disturbances. Any blow to the head, face, neck or body that jars the head could cause a concussion.

The Acute Sport Concussion Clinic (ASCC) is in the Sport Medicine Centre within the University of Calgary. It was established to provide timely, evidence-based care for people who may have suffered a concussion while participating in a sport. If you suspect you have a concussion and meet the criteria, you may be a candidate for ASCC.  

Who should visit the clinic:

You may be a candidate to visit the ASCC if you meet the following conditions: 

  • The injury occurred while participating in a sporting activity
  • The injury occurred within the last six weeks
  • You are between the ages of 5 and 60 years 
  • The concussion was not the result of a motor vehicle collision
  • The injury did not occur at work and is not a WCB claim

If you do not meet the criteria, you can still ask your family physician for a referral to one of our sport medicine physicians to receive an assessment and care plan.

Is There a Cost for Visits?

If you are accepted into the Acute Sport Concussion Clinic, there is no charge for the assessment.  Although there is no cost for your assessment or follow-up visits, your treatment plan may include treatments and services that are not covered by Alberta Health.

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