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Ontario Soccer – Registration deadline for 2019 Ontario Futsal Cup is Jan. 16
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The 2019 Ontario Futsal Cup dates and locations have been finalized. 

Registration is now open for teams in the Men’s, Women’s and Youth divisions. 

The deadline for entry for all divisions is Jan. 16, 2019. 

Click here for more information on the divisions and registration. 


Jan. 10 is deadline for 2019 Ontario Cup tournament host applications
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The dates for the 2019 Ontario Cup have been posted on the website. 

Additionally, updates on the 2019 tournament format and applications to host tournament rounds are now available. 

The deadline for clubs to submit an application to host a tournament round is Jan. 10, 2019. 

Click here for information on the Ontario Cup dates, tournament and hosting.


Ontario Soccer 2018 – A Year in Videos 
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As 2018 winds down, Ontario Soccer are looking back on some of the best moments captured on video in the past year. 

From event highlights – which show the intimate moments of victory and defeat – to the promotional work that highlights the best the province has to offer, video has been the vehicle driving Ontario Soccer’s message in 2018. 

Click here to watch a collection of the best videos from 2018. 


Ontario Soccer 2018 – A Year in Photos 
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From the pitch to the boardroom, 2018 was a year which was peppered with historic events on the field and ground-breaking moments off it. 

Ontario Soccer are taking a look back at some of the best moments captured at events this year. 

Click here to look back on the year that was in photos. 



Level 1 Discipline and Appeals Certification Courses 

Ontario Soccer offers a fully updated and compliant Level 1 Discipline and Appeals Certification Course and is taking bookings for District Associations and applicable Leagues looking to host a course for their membership in 2019. 

The course is one day and led by an Ontario Soccer appointed instructor. 

Click here for more information on the course. 


2019 ORA Applications are now available 

Ontario Soccer is now accepting applications for the 2019 Ontario Recognized Academy (ORA) program. 

The ORA program is a standards-based designation for private academies within Ontario, who demonstrate an ability to meet technical and administrative standards set by Ontario Soccer. 

Click here for more information. 


WATCH – Discover Develop Excel – Episode #2 – Holiday edition

Are you still contemplating whether or not you should attend this year’s Ontario Soccer Summit? 

Lauren Maharaj returns to Discover. Develop. Excel in new form as the official holiday elf of the event to provide Christmas cheer and to persuade you to get your tickets sooner than later. 

Click here to watch this episode of Discover. Develop. Excel. 


Ontario Soccer announces selections for 2019 Provincial Projects

Ontario Soccer is pleased to announce the selections for the 2019 Provincial Projects. 

The Provincial Program is available to all Ontario Soccer registered players who are competing at a U14, U15 or U16 age group. 

The Provincial Program focuses on player screening, talent identification and benchmarking of players through competition. 

Click here to find out which players have been invited. 


Register 10 people for Ontario Soccer Summit and win a scarf
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There are great group discounts available to the Ontario Soccer Summit 2019 for your Club, District or Academy to assist in making this destination event a team-building opportunity for you in 2019. 

And if you’re organizing a group of ten or more, you’re already a winner. Every person which organizes a group of 10 or more for the Ontario Soccer Summit 2019 will received a limited-edition Ontario Soccer scarf. 

Click here for more information on tickets and how to win. 


9 Ontario athletes receive nominations for 2018 Concacaf Awards
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The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association (Concacaf) recently announced the nominees and the opening of fan voting for the annual Concacaf Awards, to honour this year’s standout performers and achievements from across Concacaf events. 

Nine Ontario athletes, including two Ontario REX program players, have been nominated for awards in their various roles in the game. 

Click here to find out who has been nominated for awards. 


Ajax’s Derek Cornelius named Canada Soccer Youth International Player of the Year
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Ajax’s Derek Cornelius has been named the 2018 Canadian Youth International Player of the Year. 

Cornelius was a standout for Canada at the International espoirs Provence Toulon tournament in May and June and were undefeated with the centre-back in the lineup. 

Click here to read more about his accomplishments. 


Ontario athletes win Canadian Futsal and Para Soccer Athlete of the Year awards
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Jacob Orellana has been named Canadian Futsal Player of the Year and Damien Wojtiw has been named Canadian Para Soccer Player of the Year as part of the 2018 Canada Soccer Player of the Year awards. 

The two first-time winners have been recognized for their excellence at the international level in their respective sports. 

Click here to read more about their accomplishments. 


Canadian Premier League acquires Ontario Soccer’s League1 Ontario 
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The Canadian Premier League is pleased to announce the addition of Ontario Soccer’s League1 Ontario to its operations. 

The move creates a deeper association between Ontario Soccer and the Canadian Premier League and the new structure puts a focus on young soccer players in the largest provincial association in Canada. 

Starting in 2019, this ground-breaking arrangement will allow the Canadian Premier League, in its entirety, to facilitate the continuing development and growth of League1 Ontario. 

Click here for more on this historic announcement. 


Ontario Soccer membership elects new Board of Directors 
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Ontario Soccer has elected a new Board of Directors and with it put the final touches on a new, modernized governance structure. 

Under the new governance structure, the business of Ontario Soccer will now be conducted by a Board of Directors, composed of 12 elected individuals and one senior staff. Previously the board had been made up of 21 representatives from each District Association as well as an elected executive. 

Click here to find out who has been elected to the new board. 


What are Ontario Soccer’s partners saying about working with us?

Ontario Soccer’s partners recently weighed in on the benefits of working with a leading Provincial Sport Organization and how this province is helping them Play, Inspire and Unite in our communities. 

Click here to watch the video. 

Click here for more information on becoming an Ontario Soccer partner.