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Futsal has been part of Peel Halton's key initatives for the past six years. We struggled to get the Futsal program under way but with Futsal Club Toronto becoming a member Club in the District and TD's and coaches seeing the value in the game, we are growing every year.
We had teams in competition from U9 this year and many of the age divisions champions were decided in their final matches.
Peel Halton will be a key part of the Ontario Soccer initiative to build Futsal across the province.
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Providing meaningful competition is the primary function of leagues under the OSA umbrella.
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Mississauga, ON L4Z 1N9
NEWS FLASH !
Ontario Soccer reminds us that all players must be entered into the OSCAR system to be considered registered. OS notes that there is still time to register your outdoor players.
Vital Information for players, parent and Coaches including the new Canada Soccer Concussion Policy which has been adopted by Ontario Soccer.
Dan Abrahams October 30, 2019
Desirable traits that coaches look for in a player do not always tend to be those that are found in the technical aspect of the games.
The necessity for an aspiring youth soccer player to listen and be coachable is at times a main key point for player development. The ability for coaches to communicate with their players on and off the pitch requires multiple characteristics, it ultimately helping to get the most out of training.
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The new Ontario Soccer Club & Academy Registry is operational. To assist registrars in navigating the system there are a number of resources available to assist. For more information. CLICK HERE