Ontario Soccer announced today that it has received clearance from the Ontario Government and Canada Soccer to begin Return to Play safety protocols and guidelines under a regional implementation directive.
Ontario Soccer will be mirroring the Government of Ontario regional approach for the restart to sports this summer, with 25 Public Health Units now cleared to move to Stage 2 of the government’s plans.
Organizations may be faced with a shortage of Match Officials as Return to Play phases are introduced. To assist with this, Ontario Soccer will be opening additional online Match Official Accreditation clinics to assist in reducing the shortage for Clubs and Districts.
Ontario Soccer is pleased to announce that the upcoming C Licence Courses, which were originally scheduled in Vaughan, London and Niagara Falls, will now see the majority of the course delivered online.