Today, June 21, 2021, marks the annual summer solstice, a day of great significance for indigenous peoples across Canada and Ontario Soccer is proudly celebrating the rich heritage, inspiring achievements, and diverse culture of the Indigenous communities of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis.
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).
The Soccer Fitness Trainer Diploma Level 1 content involves theoretical and practical components focusing on Coordination Development, Energy System Training, Fitness Assessments, Periodization of Training, and Strength Training.
In order to allow our Coaches to continue with their education and to work towards their Coach Education Program Certifications, Ontario Soccer has temporarily delayed the requirement to complete the practical component in order to coach in 2021.
The Club Discovery Tool allows individuals searching for a community soccer organization to locate all registered Clubs or Academies within their area to help them make an informed decision, where to seek quality soccer programming for themselves and their families.
Today the league boasts Men’s and Women’s Premier Divisions as well as a growing reserve league competition and has seen its clubs graduate more than 150 players, male and female, into professional leagues worldwide.