09/12/2020, 12:00pm EDT
Ontario Soccer has made the difficult decision to postpone the Ontario Soccer Summit, which was to be held in Ottawa in early 2021, to 2022.
09/09/2020, 11:15am EDT
Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities (Jumpstart) announced today that the national Charity has made available an $8 million sport relief fund to help sport and recreation organizations continue to deliver programming in 2020 and beyond.
09/04/2020, 11:45am EDT
After consultation with the Province of Ontario and Canada Soccer, Clubs and Academies may now participate in organized sanctioned competitions with other Clubs/Academies within the same region
09/04/2020, 3:30am EDT
In light of the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ontario Soccer has made the difficult decision to suspend efforts to resume the OPDL competitive season in 2020.
09/02/2020, 9:00am EDT
Following the announcement of enhancements to Phase 2 of Return to Play, this FAQ addresses some of the immediate questions asked about the changes
08/27/2020, 11:30am EDT
As a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Ontario government has made the decision to postpone the effective date of Phase 2 implementation of Rowan’s Law from July 1, 2020 to January 1, 2021.
08/18/2020, 11:45am EDT
The Diversity Advisory Sub-Committee has received an overwhelming response from applicants who have come forward to assist in developing strategies to combat racism and ensure soccer’s multiculturalism is reflected in its governance.
08/14/2020, 4:45pm EDT
Beginning August 15, 2020 at 12:01 a.m., these facilities can now have up to 50 participants per room for each indoor sport or fitness room.
08/13/2020, 1:15am EDT
This continues to be an ever-evolving situation and as such, the PISL is preparing to operate under a competition structure that is permitted at the time of indoor season launch by Ontario Soccer in alignment with the Government of Ontario emergency orders and directives.
08/10/2020, 2:30pm EDT
Participation in these types of activities, which are not following Government of Ontario health orders, or the Ontario Soccer Return to Play protocols, can have consequences.