Join us on April 8 at 1 pm. Match officials in particular face unique challenges in their return to officiating and Dr. Tom Webb will share research and insights from past and recent publications to highlight the impact of Covid-19 on match officials.
Ontario Soccer has been lobbying the Provincial Government to ensure that soccer has a safe Return to Play this summer and will continue to do so, on our membership’s behalf, during this difficult time.
As a reminder, in the Public Health Units that are permitted, only Phase 1; Individualized Training (Red and Grey), or Phase 2: Group Training and Modified Games (Orange, Yellow, Green) are allowed at this time.
The course will offer a theory component, which will be delivered online and an in-person practical component, which will take place at the Ontario Soccer Centre, once it is safe to resume in-person activities under the Ontario Soccer Return to Play Guidelines.
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.