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The Ontario Games are a program provided by the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport. The Ontario Games began in 1970 as a showcase for amateur sport. As the Province’s largest multi-sport event, the Ontario Games provide athletes of the province with a developmental and competitive opportunity to prepare for national and international competition. The Games give the public a chance to see some of Ontario’s best amateur athletes compete in the only multi-sport event of this calibre hosted in the province.
The 2020 Ontario Winter Games will be hosted by the City of Orillia from February 27-March 1. There will be 27 sports competing over 4 days with approximately 3500 athletes, coaches, officials and dignitaries.
For the first time ever, the sport of Futsal will be included in the 2020 Ontario Winter Games. The 2020 Ontario Futsal Cup will be played in the Winter Games in the Under 18 Boys and Girls divisions. Teams that enter the Ontario Futsal Cup in these divisions will be given an opportunity to qualify for the Final Round of the Futsal Cup which will be held at the Ontario Winter Games. There will be 8 Boys teams and 8 Girls teams that will qualify for the Games. The qualifying round for the Under 18 divisions will be held in early January.
Futsal is one of Ontario Soccer’s strategic initiatives in its 2019-2021 Strategic Plan aiming to grow and develop the sport of futsal through programs, services and new initiatives.
Click here for more information about the 2020 Ontario Winter Games in Orillia.
The 2020 Ontario Futsal Cup dates and locations have been finalized and are now posted on the Ontario Soccer website.
The following divisions are available for teams to enter:
The 2020 Ontario Futsal Cup Entry Rules and Entry Form is now available.
If you have questions, please contact Robyn McComb, Senior Manager, Competitions and Events.