Welcome to the 2017 Outdoor Soccer Season

Celebrating 48 Years of Youth Soccer Programs and Competition

2017 Online Registration is still available!!! 

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The club runs ten different divisions, by age groups. In the interests of fair play, the club will make every effort to balance teams within each division. Players must play within their own age group and on the team to which they are assigned.The house league season runs from mid-May to mid-September, with Field Days scheduled for weekends in September. Teams will play one game and have one practice each week (Monday through Friday).

Each player will receive a team uniform consisting of a jersey, shorts and socks. Players at all age groups must provide their own shin guards, which are mandatory, and which must be worn inside their socks. Players must provide their own soccer shoes. Proper soccer shoes are considered essential at the under seven and up age groups - both for improving a player's skills and increasing his or her enjoyment of the game.Every player will be awarded a commemorative pin or a trophy after his or her last game. Players on teams that win the League competition over the course of the season, the Cup Tournament, or are finalists in the Cup Tournament will receive trophies.

 And from each and every team, the player judged to have exhibited the most sportsmanlike behaviour over the course of the season will be awarded the Clairlea-Westview Sportsperson trophy.

If the Club Executive feels that a player's skill level justifies a change in age group, then such a change may be made with the permission of both the player's parent or guardian and the Executive.