On behalf of 500,000 sidelined participants, Canada’s largest provincial sports organization urges a stop to the physical and mental neglect that is disproportionally harming children in the fight against COVID-19
Ontario Soccer urgently renews pleas to Government of Ontario to rescind ban on organized outdoor sport. Every passing day that children are kept away from soccer pitches, baseball diamonds, basketball courts, and other outdoor playing fields and facilities, a mental health crisis grows.
Respect Group understands the devastating impact that the Covid-19 Pandemic had on amateur sports organizations across Canada. As a show of its commitment to support you with your Return to Play plans, they are offering extra support for Ontario Soccer member organization in two key ways
To address these unprecedented challenges, the second sequel session to the original Play ON! eLearning Series presented by Respect in Sport on Wednesday, May 12th will introduce a brand-new soccer leader to the audience with a fresh perspective on change management and inclusion.
Through the SoccerX Preferred Retail Partner Program, your organization can empower its participants to save 15% off online at soccerx.com on all the footwear, equipment and gear they need to get back on the pitch this outdoor season, while also supporting your organization.
Districts, Clubs, Academies, Coaches and Match Officials are being invited to complete a Futsal survey about the status of the sport in their organization, or with their individual experience with other organizations
In recognition of the Canadian Mental Health Association’s Mental Health Week (May 3rd to 9th), the first sequel session to the original Play ON! eLearning Series presented by Respect in Sport on Thursday, May 6th will bring back two powerhouse presenters
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.
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.