Register now, pay later! - Register now pay $0 and don't worry about payment until closer to kick-off!

The Outdoor Recreational League strives to provide its players with a fun and enjoyable environment so they will want to continue to play soccer for life. As outlined by the Government of Canada and the Canada Soccer LTPD model, player development will be sectioned into stages. Please see below for information about the stages, schedules, centralized training sessions, Eagles Cup and more!

NEW FOR 2020

  • Every player receives a soccer ball

  • New length of sessions following Ontario Soccer's Recreational Matrix

    • U3/U4 - 45 minute sessions​; *Parent Required*

    • U5/U6 - 50 minute sessions

    • U7-U10 - 60 minute sessions

    • U11/U12 - 75 minute sessions

    • U13+ - 90 minute sessions

  • Female Footy Fridays​

    • Fridays are for Females and this year, we have moved all our Centralized Training, run by technical staff, to Fridays for our U7 - U14 female age groups.​

  • Eagles Cup End of Season Tournament

    • The Eagles Cup Tournament was so well received we are doing it again, but differently. This year, the Eagles Cup will be run in tournament fashion, two days, round-robin play plus *semi-finals* and finals. It will be hosted on August 22nd-23rd and culminate with an awards ceremony at Marco Muzzo.

Age Groups & Playing Schedules

For more information about stages, schedules, and pricing, follow the link for your age group below:

  • Stage I: Active Start (U3-U6) please click here

  • Stage II: FUNdamentals (U7-U9) please click here

  • Stage III: Learn to Train (U10-U12) please click here

  • Stage IV: Train to Train (U13 & U14) please click here

  • Stage V: Train to Compete (U15-U18) please click here

Additional League Information:

  • The league starts the week of May 23rd to May 29th, 2020

  • 12 weeks in length

  • There will be no games on holiday weekends

    • No sessions on July 1st, August 1st, or August 3rd

For information about playing format and Ontario Soccer's Recreational Matrix, please click


For more information about Canada Soccer's LTPD model, please click

Centralized Training (U7-U14)


For information about the Centralized Training program and schedule, please click 

Player Requests 

To request a player to be on your son or daughter's team, please request within the notes section of the online registration form. All requests must be reciprocated by both players. No request will be considered after the registration process of the player has been finalized. 


For example, Alex Smith registers and requests for his friend Peter; Peter must then request for Alex Smith when registering.

Players can only request one other player.


House League Player Placement 

It is of great importance for the teams involved in the league to be competitive against each other. The club uses the "Power Up" software to balance teams using age and player ratings from previous seasons to create the rosters. During the first couple of weeks into the season, the Recreational Coordinator will be assessing teams based on their skill level. In the event that there are teams that are evidently dominant over others within their age group, players may be moved to even out the playing field.The recreation program's focus is for kids to have fun, be active, and build their confidence.

For details about field locations and directions, please click 

For information about the Recreational Rules of Play, please click



Volunteer coaches are essential to helping us run our recreational league, we truly couldn't do it without them! Volunteering is also a great way to support your community while getting involved in soccer. 

To become a recreational coach, please use our PowerUp - Volunteer How-to Guide and follow the instructions

For more information about volunteering and additional resources, please click   

Hours of Operation:

*temporarily closed*

Monday - Thursday: 5 - 9PM

Friday: 4 - 7PM

Saturday: 10 - 3PM


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