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Part of the GRASSROOTS, Long Term Player Development strategic partnership between PHSA and our member Clubs.

The Peel Halton Development League was the first LTPD format league in Ontario, launched in 2008 with a U8 program.

The season runs from May until the end of August with weekly competitions on Saturday mornings. The league does not play on long weekends.

Large player pools per Club allows coaches to mix and match squads based on training and development needs of players.



Social media platforms can be a great way to share the fun players experience in the game. However there are limitations.

Posts may not identify individual players (other than your own) teams or clubs with the explicit written permission of the individuals or groups.

Posts cannot add or include any reference to scores, wins or losses of any match.

Under Ontario Soccer rules the coach and club are responsible for the actions of the parents and spectators, therefore we will hold the coach and club responsible social media post from these groups as well. Violations will result in discipline action which can include suspension, fines and team withdrawal.


Club Colours

We have received many inquiries regarding Club uniform colours and conflicts that may arise on the field.  

Per league rules all teams are required to wear registered Club colours for their home and away uniforms.

In the event of a conflict the home team is required to change into their registered away colours.

Handouts for Kick-Off Meetings:


We follow Ontario Soccer’s Discipline Policies and Procedures: 
Discipline Section 12- CLICK TO VIEW

Match Official Evaluation



Just like players and coaches, match officials and their assistants are refining their skills and gaining experience.
Here is your opportunity to tell them and us how they did.
Remember Match Officials, like all participants in the game deserve RESPECT.

CLICK HERE and tell us how they did!


Lori DiMatteo

League Administration

Phone: 905-890-1568 ex 102

Discipline Case Manager