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  1. Saviola7

    Renfrew Soccer Club

    A youth soccer club representing the town of Renfrew, Ontario.
  2. The Club shall have the following objectives: To develop the soccer skills of all club members in all divisions while stressing teamwork, sportsmanship and an appreciation for the game of soccer. To promote the game of soccer in the community, in the region, in the province and elsewhere. To promote the continual development of coaches through internal and external programs. To promote and develop a wholesome team sport for all participants (players, coaches, other volunteers, officials and spectators), both indoor and outdoor.
  3. The Deep River and Area Minor Soccer Club (DRAMSC) is a club promoting the wonderful game of soccer for children in the age from 5 to 19 years living in Deep River, Laurentian Hills, and Head, Clara, and Maria. Our main goal is to develop the character of young people as resourceful and responsible members of their community by providing opportunities, through the game of soccer, for their mental, physical, social and leadership development.
  4. The North Toronto Soccer Club (NTSC) was established in 1980 and was incorporated as a not-for-profit, community-based organization in 1999. The club provides soccer programs to more than 5,200 children and youths and 200 young adults in the North Toronto community. Our recreational house league program is split into three sessions – spring (May-June), summer (July-September) and winter indoor (November-March), and consists of over 400 teams coached by over 700 volunteer parent coaches. Each year, our program is open to all children in the North Toronto community who are in good standing with the Club and are /will be between 4 and 18 in the current calendar year. The goal of our recreational program is to provide all participants with a rewarding, enjoyable soccer experience, regardless of their skill level. We also offer two programs for overage players looking to continue their involvement with the game. Our co-ed outdoor rec league runs from May to August and is open to young men and women between the ages of 19 and 30, The other integral part of our Club is our competitive program, which includes over 45 teams representing the NTSC in boys and girls divisions between U8 and U21. These teams are selected via a tryout process, and are meant to provide dedicated players with the opportunity to excel at the game and maximize their skills at the highest level of competition possible. Some of our competitive teams compete strictly in tournaments, though most play in competitive leagues such as the Ontario Player Development League, Ontario Youth Soccer League, Ontario Soccer League, Central Soccer League, Central Girls Soccer League, and the Toronto District Youth Soccer League (and TSA Youth Development League). NTSC also offers a variety of soccer camps and training sessions for players wishing to hone their skills and enhance their overall enjoyment of the game.
  5. The Oakville Soccer Club, a non-for-profit organization, was created in 1972 through the merger of the Bronte Legion Soccer Club, Oakville United Soccer Club and Oakville Minor Soccer. It has become the largest amateur soccer club in North America and largest community sports organization in Canada with more than 12,000 members and over 900 volunteer and professional coaches. The Club boasts the Pine Glen Soccer Centre, a 100,000 square foot indoor soccer facility located on Pine Glen Road in North Oakville. OSC holds the Ontario Soccer Association’s Gold Standard Award for Club Excellence, capturing eight national championships, 56 Ontario Cup winners as well as players who have represented the Club in the NCAA, CIS and at the Provincial and National levels. Throughout the Club’s 40+ year history, several hundred OSC players have earned scholarships with universities and colleges in Canada and the United States.
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