Six OPDL Gary Miller Charity Shields champions crowned

OSA_shade_left.jpg


Problems viewing this email? View web version of this message.
Ontario Soccer Banner Image
facebook Twitter youtube instagram
November 10, 2021
OPDL Gary Miller Charity Shield
Rowan’s Law
DAZN
League1 Ontario Men
League1 Ontario Women
MilkUP Future Leaders
Goalkeeping Coach Diploma
Talent on Location Days
Return to Play Guide
Grassroots Standards
Verify Ontario App
Centre Circle Awards
Player Registration Fees for 2022 Outdoor Season
Stay Up to Date
COVID-19 Liability Protection
Events

Click here
for Ontario Soccer events

PartnerLockup_TFC_v2.png

PartnerLockup_SE_New_V2.png
PartnerLockup_SE.png
PartnerLockup_Nothers_Reduced.png
PartnerLockup_MilkUp_Reduced.png

Six OPDL Gary Miller Charity Shield champions crowned, $8,000 raised for charities across the province
Placeholder Image

Ontario Soccer’s Ontario Player Development League (OPDL) wrapped up its seventh season this weekend, as the Ontario Soccer Centre played host to the OPDL Gary Miller Charity Shield finals.

Cindy Miller and the Miller family were on hand to honour Gary’s memory and to hand out hardware.

All told, six OPDL Gary Miller Charity Shield champions were crowned and over $8,000 was raised for charities across the province.

Click here to read more about the entire weekend and OPDL.

Click here to find out who won the U-14 Boys final and see video, photos and highlights from the match.

Click here find out who won the U-14 Girls final and see video, photos and highlights from the match.

Click here find out who won the U-15 Boys final and see video, photos and highlights from the match.

Click here find out who won the U-15 Girls final and see video, photos and highlights from the match.

Click here find out who won the U-17 Boys final and see video, photos and highlights from the match.

Click here find out who won the U-17 Girls final and see video, photos and highlights from the match.

FacebookLinkedInTwitterAddThis

Today is the last day to register for upcoming Rowan’s Law webinars
Placeholder Image

To assist your organization in developing its Removal-from-Sport and Return to Sport protocols, the Government of Ontario will be hosting informational webinars to answer questions your organization may have about the legislation and regulation.

To ensure that as many organizations are provided the opportunity to take part, the Government of Ontario has four sessions planned. Today, is the last day to register for these upcoming webinars.

Click here for more information and how to register.

FacebookLinkedInTwitterAddThis

DAZN and Ontario Soccer launch marketing program
Placeholder Image

Ontario Soccer is teaming up with DAZN, a leading global sports streaming service, to bring an exciting fundraising opportunity for the 2021-22 season to its member Districts, Clubs, Academies and Leagues to support grassroots soccer across the province.

As part of the fundraising program, participating Ontario Soccer member organizations will receive a commission payment for any subscription traffic they refer.

This provides the best of both worlds to participating groups by creating potential fundraising success, while allowing their participants to watch thrilling matches involving such Canadian soccer icons as Alphonso Davies and Kadeisha Buchanan.

Click here for more information on the program and how to participate.

FacebookLinkedInTwitterAddThis

2021_1UP HEADLINE_600x300_Newsletter.jpg

Guelph United down Blue Devils to win 2021 L10 Men’s title
YT_TW_large.jpg
In their inaugural season, Guelph United hoisted the championship as League1 Ontario men’s division champions after a 3-1 victory over the Blue Devils FC.

Get caught up on all the action from the final.

Click here for video and match report from the championship.

FacebookLinkedInTwitterAddThis

Woodbridge wins 2021 L10 Women’s title in 1-0 win over Blue Devils
222_large.jpg
The Woodbridge Strikers sunk Blue Devils FC with a seventh-minute goal to lift their first League1 Ontario women’s division title.

Get caught up on all the action from the final.

Click here for video and match report from the championship.

FacebookLinkedInTwitterAddThis

Applications are now open for the MilkUP Future Leaders – ‘Class of ’21’ Bursary
10.21%20-%20MilkUP%20Class%20of%20'21%20Announcement%20Graphic_1200x630.jpg
Ontario Soccer and its newest community partner the Dairy Farmers of Ontario are proud to announce the launch of the next element of their MilkUP Future Leaders Youth Leadership Development Framework.

The MilkUP Ontario Soccer Future Leaders ‘Class of ’21’ recognizes the achievements and impact of youth in the soccer community. Award winners will receive a bursary for embodying ‘Play. Inspire. Unite’ in both their soccer community and their home community.

Click here to learn more about the program and how to nominate someone.

FacebookLinkedInTwitterAddThis

Don’t forget to register for the Goalkeeper Coach Diploma Course
goalkeepercourse.png
Ontario Soccer is excited to announce registration is now open for a new Goalkeeper Coach Diploma course, which begins Nov. 18, 2021 in a blended-learning format.

The course will offer a theory component, which will be delivered online and in-person practical component, will take place at the Ontario Soccer Centre under the Ontario Soccer Return to Play Guidelines and Public Health directives.

Click here to read more the course and how to register.

FacebookLinkedInTwitterAddThis

Make sure your players get seen. Recommend them for ToLD.
FG_PROVPROJ_2021_02.jpg
The Ontario Soccer Provincial Xcel Program has released the player recommendation process for Technical Staff or Member Organizations, which now appears on the Ontario Soccer website.

This process allows players in Ontario, currently participating outside the Talented Player Pathway, to have the opportunity to be recommended by a certified and qualified Ontario Soccer Member Organization Head Coach or Technical Director.

Click here for more information on the process, Provincial Screening Competitions and Provincial Xcel.

FacebookLinkedInTwitterAddThis

Return to Play Guide Updates and Indoor Soccer 2021-2022
FG_SOCCERCENTRE_2021_03.jpg
Ontario Soccer has reviewed the new regulations with the Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries to confirm interpretation for sport and has now updated the Return to Play Guide in accordance with these changes.

The latest updates provide greater clarity for operations of indoor facilities and guidance on a safe indoor soccer experience this winter.

Click here for more information on the Return to Play Guide changes and Indoor Soccer 2021-2022.

FacebookLinkedInTwitterAddThis

Ontario Soccer has updated the Recommended Grassroots Standards
FG_SOCCERCENTRE_2021_02.jpg
Earlier in 2021, Canada Soccer launched their new recommended Grassroots Standards to be implemented across the country.

Through collaboration with Canada Soccer, including input from Ontario Soccer’s Technical Advisory Committee, an updated version of Ontario Soccer’s Recommended Grassroots Standards were established to better address the realities of soccer within our province.

Click here to read more about this, the implementation guidelines and review the new Recommended Grassroots Standards.

FacebookLinkedInTwitterAddThis

Government of Ontario announces Verify Ontario app availability
FG_SOCCERCENTRE_2021_04.jpg
The Government of Ontario announced on Oct. 15, 2021 that it has launched the “Verify Ontario” app for businesses.

Ontario’s official mobile application for businesses is designed to scan COVID-19 proof of vaccination at entry.

Click here for information on the app, how organization’s can download it and how individuals can also download their proof of vaccination new QR code.

FacebookLinkedInTwitterAddThis

President’s Award and Brian Avey Award announced at Centre Circle Awards
Web_Graphic_w_Logo_and_Colourful_Background_NOYEAR_large.jpg
The Centre Circle Awards are Ontario Soccer’s highest level of recognition and are presented annually to deserving soccer leaders and organizations nominated on the basis of their outstanding contributions to the development of soccer in Ontario and Canada.

Ontario Soccer recognized the Centre Circle Award recipients at an event held virtually on Sunday.

In addition to those who had been previously announced, the President’s Award and the Brian Avey Award were presented to two deserving recipients

Click here to find out the winners.

FacebookLinkedInTwitterAddThis

Ontario Soccer Player Membership Registration Fees for 2022 Outdoor Season
feeincreaseimage.png
On Dec. 12, 2020, the Voting Members of Ontario Soccer (District Presidents) approved new player membership registration fees for Ontario Soccer’s Outdoor Season. The Voting Members, noting the impact of the pandemic and to minimize the effect on their members, approved the new fees to go into effect for the 2022 Outdoor Season.

For the last decade, as the demand for better services and programs has grown, Ontario Soccer’s resources have not kept pace to match that demand, not to mention the cost of inflation over this period of time. Since 2012, there has been no increase in the Ontario Soccer Outdoor player membership registration fees.

Click here to learn more, or read about Ontario Soccer Membership Benefits.

Click here to watch a short video explaining the changes.

FacebookLinkedInTwitterAddThis

Be in the know with COVID-19 Updates
SoccerCentre.jpg
The Ontario Soccer COVID-19 Updates page has all the latest news on COVID-19 as it relates to our membership.

On the page you will find all the bulletins sent to membership, FAQs and additional resources that will help you prepare for 2021.

Click here to review the COVID-19 Updates page.

FacebookLinkedInTwitterAddThis

COVID-19 Liability Protection Legislation receives Royal Assent
FG_PLAYERDEV_2_large.jpg
The Government of Ontario has announced that the Supporting Ontario’s Recovery Act 2020 has now received Royal Assent.

This Act, which is now law, will provide liability protection for workers, volunteers and organizations that make an honest effort to follow public health guidelines and laws relating to exposure to COVID-19.

This topic has been a top priority among amateur sport organizations in Ontario. Ontario Soccer has been actively advocating for months, in front of various key decision making bodies, to protect all levels of amateur sport who are following Return to Play Safety protocols during the global pandemic.

Click herefor more on this and the protection it now provides for Clubs, Academies and Districts.

FacebookLinkedInTwitterAddThis

The Ontario Soccer Association
ONTARIO SOCCER
7601 Martin Grove Road | Vaughan, Ontario L4L 9E4
Phone: (905) – 264-9390 | Email us | Visit our website
Unsubscribe from Ontario Soccer email communications
Subscribe to receive all Ontario Soccer email communications
Img
facebook Twitter youtube instagram
OSA_shade_right.jpg

 

Higher

image.gif

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s