Mustangs football is Edmonton's newest entry in Minor football. After the end of the 2006 season, a few like-minded individuals got together with the idea it was time for south west Edmonton to have it's own minor football program. Thus the South West Edmonton Minor Football Association, and the Mustangs were born.
The Mustangs started the 2007 season with a single team in the Bantam division. That team won the Tier IV Bantam city championship.
In 2008 the Mustangs expanded, adding a Midget and Atom team. That year the Bantams won the Tier III city final, and the Atoms were Tier III finalists.
In 2009 the Mustangs added a team in the Peewee division, completing the lineup with teams in all CDMFA divisions. The Atom team won the Tier 1 City and Provincial Championship.
In 2010 the Mustangs again fielded teams in all four divisions, with lots of interest and participation at all levels. The Midgets won the Tier 1 City Final and the Bantams took the Tier 4 City Championship.
2011 was another good year for the Mustangs. Registrations numbers were high, and all teams were filled early in the registration season. Midgets won the Tier 1 City Championship for the second straight year, and the Atoms were tier 2 finalists. The Peewee and Bantam teams had strong seasons in thier dividions.
The mission of the South West Edmonton Minor Football Association is to provide youth in south Edmonton with the opportunity to play the game of football. Values and skills Mustang football promotes:
- To learn and develop football skills
- Practice good sportsmanship.
- Develop leadership and accountability
- Model a positive attitude.
- Healthy lifestyle and physical conditioning.
- Development of minor football coaches.