Canada Soccer believes that every individual involved in soccer deserves the opportunity to participate safely. Children, in particular, have a right to participate in sport in a safe and enjoyable environment. The Canada Soccer Guide to Safety (the Guide), as an element of the Canada Soccer Club Licensing Program, presents information, best practices and principles, and guidance to support safe environments and participation.
The Guide, linked here, is divided into sections, designed to cover all elements of safety both on and off the field of play, including Codes of Conduct, Child Protection, the Responsible, Coaching Movement, Anti-Doping, Injury and Return to Play, Facility and Equipment Safety, and Psychological Safety.
In addition, it provides resources to support key stakeholders; Coaches and Program Leaders, Parents, and Children, as well as templates, tools, and samples for organizations, to create safe environments.
Last day of Fall 2019 Season Registration for U11 to U18
After July 1st 2019 - applicants for 2019 Fall Season U11 to U18 programs will go onto our wait list - last day to register to ...
Last day of Fall 2019 Season Registration for Active Start and Grassroots
via LUSA website
After July 15th 2019 - applicants for 2019 Fall Season in Active Start and Grassroots programs will go onto our wait list - last ...
Learn to Train Coaches Certification Course U9 to U12 - Day 1
All Volunteer Head Coaches are required to be certified for the age group they are coaching - Learn to Train covers U9 to U12. ...