The Government of Ontario has indicated that it will, based on public health indicators at the time, further adjust capacity limits for indoor sports and recreational facilities on Feb. 21, 2022 and then again on Mar. 14, 2022.
Ontario Soccer’s “Everyone is Welcome” campaign seeks to both heighten the energy and excitement for players to get back on the pitch this summer, while rebuilding consumer confidence and registrations at the Member Club level
Through collaboration with Canada Soccer, including input from Ontario Soccer’s Technical Advisory Committee (TAC), an updated version of Ontario Soccer’s Recommended Grassroots Standards were established to better address the realities of soccer within our province.
This process will allow players in Ontario, currently participating outside the Talented Player Pathway, to have an opportunity to be recommended by a certified and qualified Ontario Soccer Member Organization Head Coach or Technical Director.
The Canada Soccer Coach C Licence is the entry-level course for the Licensing Stream pathway and prepares the coach to progress to the Development Stream (Children or Youth) or Performance Stream (Senior).
Canada Soccer has announced the mandate that all member clubs (inclusive of not-for-profit and for-profit organizations) must hold a minimum Club Licence of “Quality Soccer Provider” by Outdoor Season 2023