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Ontario Indoor Cup Entry


The 2022 Ontario Indoor Cup Entry Form is now available.

Please read the following Entry Rules and then click on the Entry Form button at the bottom.

The Entry Deadline is December 1, 2021


The game format for the Ontario Indoor Cup is "Small Sided Soccer" (6-aside)

Under 16 Division is a combined Under 15/Under 16 division and the Under 18 Division is a combined Under 17/Under 18 division

Vaccination Requirement

At this time, all participants in the 2022 Ontario Indoor Cup in Region A or advancing to the Final Round that will be playing at the Ontario Soccer Centre must be fully vaccinated.

All players, spectators, match officials, parents/guardians, and team officials aged 12 and older are required to produce their Ministry of Health distributed QR Code and valid ID for entry into the Ontario Soccer Centre. 

Entry Procedure

  1. Application to enter the Ontario Indoor Cup must be made on the Online Entry Form (available at the bottom of this page).
  2. Deadline: The entry form must be submitted online by no later than Wednesday, December 1, 2021.
  3. Entry Fee is $550. Payment may be made with a credit card at the time the entry form is submitted online. Cheque or money order must be made payable to Ontario Soccer and must be received by the Entry Deadline. If a team has submitted an online Entry before the deadline, but payment has not been received by the Ontario Soccer Provincial Office or a District Association Office by the Entry Deadline that team will be denied entry into the Competition.
  4. Club Approval: Each entry form must be approved by the team's Club/Academy. When a team, club or academy completes the Online Entry Form and submits it, a copy will be sent to the team's Club/Academy. The Club/Academy must then complete the online approval process by no later than December 8, 2021. A team will not be entered in the Ontario Indoor Cup if its Club/Academy does not approve the Entry by December 8, 2021.
  5. A team may only be entered in the division for which it is registered with Ontario Soccer.
  6. Notwithstanding Rule 1 D), if there is no division provided for a specific age/gender classification, the team will be permitted to enter the division for the next highest age division of the same gender with the exception of the Under 13 Division. Team's that have an age/gender classification of Under 12 or lower, will not be permitted to enter the Competition.
  7. All team coaches and assistant coaches must have completed the:
    1. Respect in Soccer certification; and
    2. Soccer for Life course plus MED (Making Ethical Decisions)
    3. Making Head Way in Soccer.
  8. Each region of the Province will be guaranteed a minimum of one team in the Final Round, provided it enters on, or prior to, Wednesday, December 1, 2021. Further representation by each region in the Final Round shall be based on the percentage of the total entries attained by each region.

The following is a regional breakdown of the District Associations:


Durham Region, Hamilton Soccer, Huronia District, Toronto, Niagara, North York, Peel Halton, Scarborough, York Region, East Central Ontario, Southwest Soccer


Elgin Middlesex, Essex County, Lambton Kent


Eastern Ontario and District, Southeast Ontario


Sault Amateur, Soccer Northeastern Ontario, Sudbury Regional, Soccer North Ontario


Soccer Northwest Ontario

Age Divisions

The Ontario Indoor Cup will be played in the following age divisions:

Under 13 Boys, Under 13 Girls Players born January 1, 2009 or later
Under 14 Boys, Under 14 Girls Players born January 1, 2008 or later
Under 16 Boys, Under 16 Girls Players born January 1, 2006 or later
Under 18 Boys, Under 18 Girls Players born January 1, 2004 or later


  1. The competition shall be open to all registered youth indoor and futsal amateur teams whose clubs are affiliated with Ontario Soccer, and to all registered youth indoor and futsal amateur teams whose academies are Ontario Recognized Academies (ORA).
  2. To be eligible for entry, the team shall have its players registered to its club/academy and assigned to the team. In order to be eligible to play, each player shall:
    1. be registered to the Club/Academy and assigned to the team; and
    2. be entered in Ontario Soccer's computerized registration system before playing a game in the competition.
  3. A player may play for only one team in the Ontario Indoor Cup.
  4. A Team Official may only be on the bench and listed on a game sheet for one team in a division in the Ontario Indoor Cup.
  5. Each player/team official must produce his/her Player Registration Book/Card before being eligible to participate. In games in the Preliminary Round, one representative from each team shall inspect the Player Registration Books/Cards of the players on the opposing team. It shall be the responsibility of the team representative to notify the referee of any discrepancy prior to the game. In games played in the Final Round, the Ontario Soccer Representatives will inspect the Player Registration Books/Cards 15 minutes prior to the first game on EACH day.
    In extenuating circumstances where the Player Registration Books/Cards are not present at the start of the game, Player Registration Books/Cards may be checked up to the end of the first half of play. If any player plays in the game and cannot produce his/her Player Registration Book/Card by the end of the first half, he/she shall be an ineligible player, the game will be stopped and the team shall forfeit the game. A player that arrives at a game after the start of the second half shall not be eligible to play in the game.
  6. Where the registered colours of competing teams are similar, the home team must use its alternate colours. Goalkeepers must wear colours which in the opinion of the referee plainly distinguish them from the other players and match officials.
  7. The Ontario Soccer Representative(s) may request any player to produce his/her Player Registration Book/Card at any time.


  1. The games will be played in accordance with The Rules of Small Sided Soccer published by Ontario Soccer.
  2. The Preliminary Round will be used to determine which teams in each region will advance to the Final Round. The format and playing facility will be determined by the number of teams entering from each region. The Preliminary Round winners will advance to the Final Round.
  3. The Preliminary Round and Final Round tournament games will consist of two halves of 20 minutes with a 2 minute break at half-time. The semi-final and cup final games will consist of two halves of 25 minutes with a 5 minute break at half-time.
  4. The games for all divisions will be played with 6-aside.

Final Round

  1. The Final Round will be made up of four teams. The format will be a tournament round with the top two teams in the group advancing to the  Cup Final.  This format may change at the discretion of the Competitions Management Committee.
  2. The games in the Final Round will be played at:

    7601 Martingrove Road,
    Vaughan, Ontario, Canada
  3. The Final Round will be played over two days, with the tournament round being played on one day, and the Final on the next day. 
  4. Ontario Soccer will cover all Match Official Fees in the Final Round.
  5. For a team traveling 1000 kilometers or more one way to the Final Round, there will be a flat grant of $1000.00 for travel and accommodation expenses.

No Shows

  1. Any team failing to show up or produce the minimum number of required players (4) at the Ontario Indoor Cup Competition shall:
    1. forfeit its entry fee;
    2. pay any applicable officials' fees and travel expenses incurred; and
    3. pay up to a maximum fine of $1100.00.
  2. The managers and the coach of the team which fails to fulfill its appointed cup game may be subject to further disciplinary action.


  1. Ontario Soccer and the Ontario Indoor Cup Committee will not be responsible for any expenses incurred by any team or individual if the tournament is rescheduled or cancelled.
  2. The Ontario Indoor Cup Committee shall decide on all matters pertaining to the tournament. The Committee's interpretation of all rules shall be final and subject to no further appeal.

Entry Procedure

Complete all sections of the Online Entry Form and submit by no later than December 1, 2021. For information or questions, please contact your District Ontario Cup Coordinator or District Association listed below.

District Code District Association District Association Office Address District Ontario Cup Coordinator
DT-00-05 Durham Region S.A. 1077 Boundary Road South
Oshawa, Ontario L1J 8P8 
(905) 436-8620
Lesley Hicks
(905) 436-8620
DT-00-26 East Central Ontario S.A. 171A Rink Street, Suite 225
Peterborough, Ontario K9J 2J6 
(705) 876-0296
John Vickers
(905) 372-9509
DT-00-07 Eastern Ontario & District S.A. 1660 Bearbrook Road
Gloucester, Ontario K1B 1C4 
(613) 233-6561
Vicki Lowe
(613) 233-6561 
DT-00-15 Elgin Middlesex S.A. 295 Rectory Street
London, Ontario N5Z 0A3
(519) 668-2391
Jaime Earhart
(519) 668-2391
DT-00-09 Essex County S.A. 9655 McHugh Street
Windsor, Ontario N8P 0A8
(519) 979-9254
Stipe Botica
(519) 735-9678
DT-00-13 Hamilton Soccer 64 Melrose Ave. N, Rm #2W-331
Hamilton, Ontario L8L 0C3 
(905) 383-0286
Frank Casale
(905) 516-5780
DT-00-18 Huronia & District S.A. P.O. Box WW07, 80 Bradford St.
Barrie, Ontario L4N 6S7 
(705) 739-6729
Setts Cerilli
(705) 725-8484
DT-00-30 Lambton Kent S.A. 170 McNaughton Avenue West, Unit 4
Chatham, Ontario N7L 1R4 
(519) 354-6257
Mark Merchant
(519) 542-3857
DT-00-20 Niagara S.A. 94 Dunkirk Road, Unit 6
St. Catharines, Ontario L2P 3H4 
(905) 984-8411
Teri Dunleavy
(905) 329-1872
DT-00-23 North York S.A. 75 Carl Hall Rd, 2nd Flr
Toronto, Ontario M3K 2B9
(416) 667-0550
Mandy Aparicio
(416) 712-8253 
DT-00-25 Peel Halton S.A. 5659 McAdam Rd., Unit B3
Mississauga, Ontario L4Z 1N4 
(905) 890-1568
Patty Grassam
(905) 890-1568
DT-00-31 Sault Amateur S.A. 316 Elizabeth St. (Firehall)
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario P6A 6J3 
(705) 759-7272
Steve Mazzuca
(705) 941-8095
DT-00-32 Scarborough S.A. 45 Fairfax Cres.
Scarborough, Ontario M1L 1Z6 
(416) 285-8002
Sue Prohaska
(416) 285-8002
DT-00-28 Soccer North D.A. 65 Maple Street South
Timmins, Ontario P4N 1Y6
(705) 264-4020
DT-00-21 Soccer Northeastern Ontario P.O. Box 794
Pembroke, Ontario K8A 6X9 
(613) 635-7765
DT-00-34 Soccer Northwest Ontario 535 Chapples Dr., PO Box 20089
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7E 6P2
(807) 628-8780
Ken Pytyck
(807) 628-8780
DT-00-19 Southeast Ontario S.A. 35 Terry Fox Drive, Unit 201
Kingston, Ontario K7M 8N4 
(613) 546-6642
Joanie Sagriff
(613) 546-6642
DT-00-04 Southwest Soccer 401 New Dundee Raod
Kitchener, Ontario N2P 2N8 
(519) 894-5965
Daniel Rowe
(519) 894-5965
DT-00-36 Sudbury Regional S.A. 1639 Lasalle Blvd.
Sudbury, Ontario P3A 1Z8
(705) 525-0100
Tammie Thibault
(705) 688-9797
DT-00-17 Toronto S.A. 2700 Dufferin St., Unit 67
Toronto, Ontario M6B 4J3 
(416) 783-7515
Toby Neal
(416) 783-7515
DT-00-27 York Region S.A. 385 Connie Cres. Suite 101
Concord, Ontario L4K 5R2
(905) 660-3029
Sandra Hilliker
(905) 660-3029

The above Entry Rules must be read by all Teams and Clubs/Academies 
before entering the Ontario Indoor Cup. 

By submitting the Entry Form, you are agreeing to all conditions in the Entry Rules. 

You are also agreeing to abide by the Competition Rules 
and administration procedures of the competition.

Entry Form

Ontario Indoor Cup 2022 Entry Form