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New Membership Application  -  Futsal Club Toronto


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following Transfer Request has been received from the Toronto Futsal Club and will be reviewed by the Membership Committee. This Transfer Request is governed by OSA Policy and does not fall under the PHSA’s By-Laws and/or Rules & Regulations:

Applicant’s Name: Application: Membership Type:

Futsal Club Toronto Transfer of Membership Youth soccer Recreational and Competitive + Senior Soccer Indoor Only

The Futsal Club Toronto is an OSA sanctioned club with the North York Soccer Association. Since we are committed to operate Youth and Senior Futsal District Leagues, this club is seeking transfer of its membership from North York to Peel Halton. According to the OSA, a transfer of membership from one district to another simply requires the written consent of both District Associations. In accordance with the principles of transparency that govern our current membership process, we are providing notice of this Transfer Request and seeking input from our existing Members.

If any Member wishes to review the Application materials, they may request and receive a copy from the PHSA Office (a fee for each membership package must be paid at the time of request).

Please provide any feedback on or before Friday, June 19th, 2015 at 3pm. addressed to the Chair, Membership Committee.

All correspondence received will be reviewed by the Membership Committee and may be disclosed to the Board of Directors. Feedback from Members regarding any membership application is greatly appreciated.

Dated the 11th day of June, 2015.

Yours in Soccer,


Board of Directors


Competitions Director Andy Leal presents a PHSA Futsal pennant to Toronto Idolo

Futsal Club Toronto were strong throughout the
Men's Ontario Futsal League Champions Cup May 9th & 10th.

The Barrie Futsal Club battled hard in the final especially their keeper who played hurt in the final minutes of the second half.

FCT has now earned the rights to play in National Club Championships. Success at nationals would see FCT represent Peel Halton Futsal in the CONCACAF Futsal Club Championships in Costa Rica this August.

Oakville SC makes headlines AGAIN

Oakville Soccer Club hit the local news recently with an exciting innovation to connect better with their community through multilingual resources.

The Club is an integral part of the community with programming at all ages and abilities but clearly something was missing and that was a reflection on the diversity of the population. The Club took a proactive stance and created Club literature in French, Chinese and Arabic. Typically a Club can take a look at the list of registrants as an indicator of the diverse nature of their Club and Community but this approach has drawn our attention because it's a strong message to a community that the Clubs doors are firmly open. The OSA encourages Clubs to take a similar approach by reflecting on its Membership and using this concept as a great way to reach new members. Oakville SC is happy to share its strategy with other interested Clubs and welcomes contact for more information.

Click here to read the news story.

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