Bay of Quinte Women's Soccer League

We are pleased to announce a new service to help team managers organize their team.

Players will now be able to subscribe to a service that will allow them to indicate if they can attend a future game.

To access the tool please go to the My Team menu and select Player Availability

The Women's World Cup takes place in Australia and New Zealand between the 19th July and 21st August.

Canada is in Group B with hosts Australia, The Republic or Ireland and Nigeria.


Friday July 21st v Nigeria at 10:30pm EST

Wednesday July 26th v Republic of Ireland 8:00am EST

Monday July 31st v Australia 6:00am EST

Follow the Canada Women's National Team World Cup bid on the Canada Soccer website

Ontario Soccer is proud to pave the way for a cultural change in treatment of Match Officials through the No Ref, No Game program.

No Ref, No Game strives to stop the cycle of abuse and bullying towards match officials through culture change.

Click here to find out more

Ontario Soccer is pleased to announce a new Technical Director’s Diploma course & two National “C” Licence courses in a hybrid delivery format.

National C Licence

The National “C” Licence is the entry-level course for the Licensing Stream pathway and prepares the coach to progress to the Advanced Coach Education Program whether in the Development Stream (Children or Youth) or Performance Stream (National B & A). The “C” Licence involves the facilitation of learning opportunities for the coach to develop an understanding of the coaching process.What do you learn?
The “C” Licence content involves theoretical and practical components focusing on holistic, effective coaching. The workshop modules cover content including:

Coaches who obtain a “C” Licence Certification will be able to be a Head Coach in some Regional Leagues and an Assistant Coach in the Ontario Player Development League (OPDL). Please refer to each league’s rules & regulations for up-to-date information on coach licensing requirements.

What are the course pre-requisites?
Prior to registering for the C Licence course, coaches must complete the following:

Structure of the C Licence Course
Hybrid delivery: the course will consist of eight (8) online sessions, two (2) hours in duration, and concluding with a single, full in-person day on-field.

Course #1: dates & location – hybrid delivery
Entirely online on each day:

The on-field practical session shall be held at the Ontario Soccer Centre (7601 Martin Grove Rd, Vaughan, ON L4L 9E4) on Friday, April 21, 2023 from 8:00-5:00 p.m.

Course #2: dates & location – hybrid delivery
Entirely online on each day:

The on-field practical session shall be held at the Ontario Soccer Centre (7601 Martin Grove Rd, Vaughan, ON L4L 9E4) on Saturday, May 13, 2023 from 8:00-5:00 p.m.

Please note: 100% attendance and engagement is required for the duration of the course. Coaches must be in a workspace that allows them to actively participate in the course online with their cameras on.

What is the cost?

Application and registration
Coaches are required to apply for these courses via Coach Centre, providing proof of their completion of the pre-requisites. Upon being approved, coaches are then able to register for the course they are interested in.

Technical Director’s Diploma

An Overview:
The course focuses on defining the Technical Director’s role, providing the necessary tools and enhancing the skillsets required to meet the ever-evolving demands of the position.

What do you learn?
The course modules will consist of the following topics:

What are the course pre-requisites?
Prior to applying for a place on the Technical Director’s Diploma course, candidates must have completed the following:

Please note: All applicants must submit an up-to-date CV, copy of their NCCP transcript, a Letter of Intent, and two references via the Application Portal by no later than Friday, February 10, 2023.

Structure of the course
The course will be delivered through a variety of in-person and virtual modules to support learners as they navigate the content over the year. There will also be a significant amount of off-site work required ahead of each module as well as post-module assignments to enhance learning through application. For more information and an overview of the course schedule, please visit the Ontario Soccer website.

The in-person modules of the course will be at the Ontario Soccer Centre (7601 Martin Grove Road - Vaughan, Ontario) in the Canada Room.

Please note: 100% attendance and engagement is required for the duration of the course. When online, candidates must be in a workspace that allows them to actively participate in the course with their cameras on.

What is the cost?

If you have any further questions, please contact Lyndon Hooper, Coordinator, Coach Development.

Ontario Soccer Summit is Back!

Group registration is now available for your annual soccer development opportunity. The Ontario Soccer Summit will be in Ottawa from February 24-26, 2023; gather your staff team and volunteers, and join us in the Nation’s Capital! Click here for ticket options.

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Ontario Soccer is looking for new referees. Why don't you give it a try? Without referees we cant have a game.

There are lots of good reasons to become a referee

You can now register to take a referee course with Ontario Soccer

There are two courses on offer from Ontario Soccer

Small Sided (for 5 v 5 and 7 v 7 games)

Entry level (for 9 v 9 and 11 v 11 games)

To register for a course please go to

We will be using a new website for the 2022 season. The system is the latest league management platform from E2E Soccer so it retains a lot of the features that you have used in previous years.

The biggest change is that the web site is now responsive so it will display much better on a smart phone or tablet.

The new platform uses Word Press technology so we are able to take advantage of some of that technology to improve your online experience.

You will also have the opportunity to customize your home page.

At the top right of the home page you will see a cog icon. Click on this to configure your home page.

There are currently two features to use

We hope to add other home page configuration tools in the near future

On July 1, 2019, new rules came into effect through Rowan’s Law, to improve concussion safety in amateur competitive sport.

Everyone can help recognize a possible concussion if they know what to look for.

A person with a concussion might have any of the signs or symptoms listed below. They might show up right away or hours, or even days later. Just one sign or symptom is enough to suspect a concussion. Most people with a concussion do not lose consciousness.

Get to know the "Red Flags" of a concussion

“Red flags” may mean the person has a more serious injury. Treat red flags as an emergency and call 911.

Red flags include:

To find out more about concussion awareness and Rowans Law please visit this website

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