About Us




We first stared playing soccer in year 2000, just for fun and a chance to get together with friends. As we grew in numbers and saw the need for more competitive and organized soccer, we decided to register an organized Soccer team with EDSA in 2007-08  

As more families migrated to Edmonton region from overseas and from other parts of Canada, we also felt the need to have an platform to guide parents toward many soccer programs available in Edmonton area and help youth players to further develop their skills.

We registered Punjab Warriors Sports and Heritage Association as a non-profit organization in 2016. We held our first Elite Youth Soccer Camp in summer of 2017.  This camp was a smashing success and showed the need in our community toward our program.




“Punjab Warriors Sports and Heritage Association is committed to:

  • Promote healthy living and social equality through organized sports
  • Provide a platform for Youth players and parents to help guide them
  • Develop more programs to promote sports and open new channels
  • Promote our culture, heritage and history




Today, Edmonton is home to more than 60,000 people of South Asian heritage.  Speaking Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu, Gujarati, Bengali, Malayalam, Tamil, Sinhala, Sindhi, Nepali, Telugu, Marathi as well as English, and belonging to the Sikh, Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Buddhist, Jain and Zoroastrian faiths, this heterogeneous community is a microcosm of the immensely diverse Indian Subcontinent and its constituent countries: India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan.

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