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Ontario Soccer has confirmed Step 2.
An initial focus on resuming outdoor activities with smaller crowds where the risk of transmission is lower, and permitting limited retail with restrictions. This includes:
Ontario Soccer provide some details for the phase-in
In preparation for the start of the return to play, clubs organizations will need to:
League play will begin the week of July 12 for both the GHSL ( Regional League) and YPHDL ( Peel Halton District League)
GHSL - Registration for the 2021 season is now open.
Projected start date July 12, 2021
Information is being sent to the Club who have positions in the League.
PHDL - U13-U18 Registration opens June 11th.
Projected -U13-U18 league start is the week of July 12th
Providing meaningful competition is the primary function of leagues under the Ontario Soccer umbrella.
For more information on leagues CLICK HERE
For parents trying to navigate through the mire of youth soccer this is a tale from the underbelly, Front Row Seat: Greed and Corruption in a Youth Sports Company, written by Stephen Griffin, details an extravaganza of opportunity that ended in sheer dishonesty.
This article is a review of a new book. Released on November 1, 2020, and reminiscent of a tell-all book, Stephen Griffin’s “Front Row Seat: Greed and Corruption in a Youth Sports Company” is a page-turner.
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We are excited to share that Peel Halton Soccer Association has been selected by @CTJumpstart to receive a grant from their Sport Relief Fund. The fund helps community sport organizations like ours continue to provide access to sport and play for Canadian kids. This grant will go a long way towards helping us to ensure we are ready when sport returns to play...#SportReliefFund
Click below to open a copy of the Canada Soccer Annual Report for 2019
Vital Information for players, parents and Coaches including the new Canada Soccer Concussion Policy which has been adopted by Ontario Soccer and Peel Halton.
Review the materials on Rowen's Law and your responsibilities under this provincial legislation