HEAD EQUIPMENT MANAGER Once a Wildcat, Always a Wildcat The Edmonton Wildcats are seeking a Head Equipment Manager to oversee all club athletic equipment. The Edmonton Wildcats are members of the Prairie Football Conference in the Canadian Junior Football League. Based at our home field at Rundle Park in Edmonton, we operate year round with our active playing season from the end of July to October. Our storied history spans 70 years and we are proud members of our community. Reporting directly to the General Manager (who in turn reports to the volunteer Board of Directors), you will be responsible …Full Story
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A group of dedicated alumni have come together to form the Edmonton Wildcats Legacy Society. We have heard from many people that they want to be involved with the team, specifically to help with the on-field success and long-term sustainability of the team. The society will serve as a vehicle to support club initiatives and improve the club overall. If you are interested in being involved, please reach out to Ryan Branting, Director – Alumni Relations. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 403-461-9051.
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It has been a long time since the Edmonton Wildcats have had significant changes to the coaching staff. Through good times and struggles, the main core of coaches have worked hard to create an environment that challenges its players to grow on the field, but more importantly off the field. The two Greg’s have been a fixture on the sideline for almost 20 years and have helped mold and shape hundreds of Wildcats. Their contribution to the club and football in Northern Alberta in general cannot be overstated, and anyone who has had the privilege to work with them is …Full Story
Sincerest condolences to Kris and the rest of the Gibson family on the passing on Stu. Stu was a Wildcat parent, active board member for several years, and will be remembered for his enthusiasm for our sport. GIBSON, Stuart Martin Peacefully, on December 4, 2016, Mr. Stuart “Stu” Gibson of Edmonton, Alberta passed away after a long courageous fight with lupus, surrounded by his mother, sister and son. Stu will be lovingly remembered by his son Kris, his mother Beryl Woodside of Vancouver, brother Iain of Los Angeles and his sister Glenice (Frank) Brannen of Vancouver. Stu was predeceased by his …Full Story
Each year the players vote for each other for the Wildcat team awards. The 2016 award winners are: MVP: Jeremy Fagnan Rookie of the Year: Mike Rea Most Valuable Lineman: Jonathan Harke Jay Meraw Trophy (Wildcat Attitude): Jordan Samoil Peter Smith Memorial (Gives the most with the least recognition): Aaron Cockburn Special Teams Player of the Year: Matthew Zarowny Founders Trophy (Most Valuable Back): Jayden Dalke