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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.
The new Ontario Soccer Club & Academy Registry is launching. To assist in the transition Ontario Soccer and Sport Engine have prepared some materials and a video for Clubs and Academies.
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Providing meaningful competition is the primary function of leagues under the OSA umbrella.
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NEWS FLASH !
As the start of the outdoor season approaches Ontario Soccer reminds us that all players must be entered into the OSCAR system to be considered registered.
Vital Information for players, parent and Coaches including the new Canada Soccer Concussion Policy which has been adopted by Ontario Soccer.
Nutrition information for soccer players from Amy Dirks. Discover what makes this column so different: Read SoccerToday’s Interview with Amy Dirks
Soccer players of all ages are always looking for nutrition advice and valuable tips for what to eat for peak performance. Here is Amy Dirks’ latest column on Going Nuts for Nuts. Have a nutrition question? Ask Amy! Just email us your question and we will see if we can answer it in an upcoming article on great nutrition ideas for soccer players!
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