WMSC is looking for volunteers to help with our annual U9-U18 Competitive Tryouts in September and early October. We will need help with every aspect of the event, including set up, tear down and player registrations. Volunteering with WMSC is a great way to get your volunteer service hours for high school or just to be involved with the club!
In order to communicate your desire to volunteer and your availability, please fill out this 2018 Trials Volunteer Application Form
Children with ASD, ages 3-18, are invited to attend 10-weeks of soccer with the Waterloo Stars in Waterloo. Siblings, ages 3-18 are also invited to join in on the fun!
Waterloo Stars is an adaptive program for children ages 3-18 to have a positive experience on a soccer team.
Autism Ontario will have full and private use of indoor field for 1 hour weekly.
Children will go through warm up exercises, break out into skills training and then end with a short game. We take cues from the child, siblings and parents and activities can include balancing balls, Frisbees, volleyballs, softer balls, hula hoops, smaller nets, etc. It can be a very diverse hour but it is an hour of physical activity.
VAUGHAN, ON – Ontario Soccer announced today new Ontario Player Development League (OPDL) license holders with seasons commencing in 2018. Nine (9) license holders have been awarded six (6) licenses established in the Western region of Ontario. New license holders in our region including Brampton Youth SC, Cambridge Youth SC, Waterloo Minor SC, FC London Academy, London Whitecaps and Tecumseh SC.
The OPDL is one of the province’s first standards-based, youth high-performance leagues that combines top level competition with performance development training standards.
Open Trials have been announced for the U13 Boys and Girls divisions (born in 2005) commencing September 10, 2017. We invite you to review the OPDL Program page for further information on process and eligibility.
The teams will be lead by Head Coach, Peter Mackie.
Information Sessions have been scheduled and open to any current player or interested player looking to join or seek more information on the OPDL program at WMSC. The Information Session will include a full program outline. We invite you to review the OPDL Program page for further information on process and eligibility.
WMSC is excited to announced the appointment of Carl Horton to the role of Technical Director. Carl will begin with WMSC on August 14.
Carl brings to the role a wealth of knowledge and experience having recently served as Regional Manager of Player Development with Ontario Soccer Association and Coach Development and Youth Programs Manager at Oakville Soccer Club. Carl has proficiency in supporting and leading coach and player development programs and has pioneered the implementation of LTPD-compliant programs in many of his roles.
Carl also serves as a Master Learning Facilitator and Coach Developer for Ontario Soccer delivering community courses, C license and B license courses across the Province.
Carl holds his CSA A license, CSA B license, US Youth Soccer Youth License, NSCAA Regional Diploma, NCCP Master Learning Facilitator and NCCP Evaluator.
Please join us in welcoming Carl Horton to the Technical team at WMSC.