WINTER INDOOR YOUTH
2022 WINTER RECREATIONAL LEAGUE
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
Click on image to see 2022 Winter Days of Play PDF
Erin Mills Soccer Club is pleased to announce our 2022 Winter Indoor Fall Recreational League (available for age divisions U3 - U18). All games and sessions will be taking place in our indoor clubhouse facility, featuring both turf and futsal fields. Our clubhouse is located at 3135 Unity Drive, Unit 3 & 4, Mississauga, ON L5L 4L4.
The 2022 Winter Indoor Recreational League will operate for 10 sessions from February 5, 2022, to April 10, 2022.
EMSC reserves the right to change times/days and/or combine age groups.
Includes jersey, shorts and socks for U3-U18 age groups. Players must provide their own shoes and shin guards.
All individuals living outside the boundary of Mississauga will be charged an out-of-town fee of $20.
All health & safety guidelines and protocols as outlined by Ontario Soccer, Canada Soccer and Peel Public Health will be upheld.
Only one friend request will be permitted and it must be reciprocated. All player requests must be left in the notes section in the online registration system. No requests will be considered after the registration process of the player has been completed. For example, Alex Smith registers and requests for his friend Peter; Peter then must request for Alex Smith when registering. Please submit player requests by December 1, 2021.
Multi-Sibling Discount: 5% discount for 2 children; 10% discount for three or more children; discount will be applied at checkout (this offer applies only to the Indoor Recreational League)
Volunteer Coaches Needed - for more information contact our Recreation Coordinator. If a volunteer coach is not found, a parent rotation will be implemented.
A program designed in conjunction with Active Start guidelines as outlined by the Government of Canada and Canada Soccer. The primary goal of each session is to work to develop each child's physical literacy, social development and their imagination as they expand on play and their view of the game. This program features 10 sessions and provides each child a jersey and an award. Mandatory 1:1 Parent & Child.
At this age, players will continue to expand on the FUNdamentals of the game while continuing to enhance their physical literacy. Each week will consist of fun, imaginative and engaging sessions, followed by small-sided games. The program features 10 sessions, a uniform and an award. This program has a mandatory requirement of 1:1 parent & child as per Ontario Soccer Guidelines.
At this age group players will have one game per week for 10 weeks. Players play in a 5v5 format facilitated by EMSC Volunteer Coaches. Players will receive a uniform and an award.
At this age group players will have one game per week for 10 weeks. Players play in a 5v5 format facilitated by EMSC volunteer coaches. Games will be officiated by referees. Scores and standings will be recorded and the season includes playoffs. Players will receive a uniform.
At this age group, players will have one game per week for 10 weeks. Players play in a 5v5 format facilitated by EMSC volunteer coaches. Games will be officiated by referees. Scores and standings will be recorded and the season includes playoffs.
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 Volunteer Opportunities page.
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INDOOR HEALTH & SAFETY PROTOCOLS
Across all of our programs, EMSC has focused on the health & safety of our players, to ensure all not only enjoy themselves but feel safe and secure doing so. This has lead to the implementation of protocols as outlined here and guided by Ontario Soccer and Peel Public Health.
Rules for our Indoor Season:
Upon entering the facility, each participant will be asked to sanitize. Contact tracing will be done through team rosters.
Everyone must wear a mask for facial covering when inside the facility. Players and coaches may remove their mask once on the playing surface.
Players must arrive with their own clearly labelled water bottle as water refill stations are not open.
Players must arrive ready to play (no change rooms available).
No spitting is permitted.