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Program Assistance Policy

The Scugog Soccer Association does not turn anyone away solely on their ability to pay. Partial Financial support is available to those families that are unable to pay the full fee for house league programs.

Please visit the Registration Page for more details.

This program assistance is funded
in partnership with
Operation Scugog
and the
Canadian Tire Foundation for Families.

Ontario Soccer has introduced a new long term player development (LTPD) strategy for implementation across the province. OS's goal with the LTPD program is to “make the game more fun than ever before for the recreational player and to provide better development opportunities than ever before for those with aspirations for a future in the sport.”

Scugog Soccer Association is the home of house league soccer for Scugog. Please scroll down this page for further details of each age group.

- Scugog House League (U4, U5, U6, U8, U10)

- North Durham Soccer Interlock (U11 - U21)

- Adult Leagues

The North Durham United Football Club (NDUFC) is the home of rep/select leagues for Scugog, Uxbridge and Brock. Please click here for more information.

2018 Season Schedules

Programming Information and Tentative Playing Nights

Division

Birth Year

Playing Night

Time

Game Format

Playing Night Schedule

U4

2014

Tuesday

6pm-655pm

3v3 (No GK)

5 min warm up, 20 min practice, 20 min scrimmage with half time

U5

2013

Wednesday

6pm-655pm

3v3 (No GK)

5 min warm up, 20 min practice, 20 min scrimmage with half time

U6

2012

Thursday

6pm-655pm

3v3 (No GK)

5 min warm up, 20 min practice, 20 min scrimmage with half time

U8

2010-2011

Tuesday

630pm-735pm

5v5 (with GK)

25 min warm up/practice, game (2x15 min halves plus 10 min halftime)

U10

2008-2009

Monday

630pm-755pm

7v7 (with GK)

25 min warm up/practice, game (2x25 min halves plus 10 min halftime)

      Note:    GK = Goal keeper

Outdoor 2018 Playing Nights have tentatively been decided!

Birth Year

Division

Early Bird Price

Game/Practice

2014

Under 4 Mixed

$140

Tuesday

2013

Under 5 Mixed

$140

Wednesday

2012

Under 6 Mixed

$140

Thursday

2010, 2011

Under 8 Mixed

$160

Tuesday

2008, 2009

Under 10 Mixed

$160

Monday

2006, 2007 Under 12 COED $180 Tuesday & Thursday
2003, 2004, 2005 Under 15 COED $180 Wednesday
1997 - 2002 16+ $180 Monday

Registration Pricing goes up $25 after March 18

Scugog House League

U4/U5 – Making friends (with each other, with parents, with the ball)

The youngest divisions are a co-ed Timbits league. Players meet once per week for an evening that includes lots of fun and games. Every child has a ball and the focus on the most basic soccer skills and drills. Squads will spend most of their playing time working on these skills with a small, informal scrimmage included.

U6 – Focus on FUNdamentals

This is a co-ed Timbits league that meets once per week. The focus remains on developing basics soccer skills. Playing nights are designed to increase agility, balance, coordination, and a love of soccer through fun, entertaining drills.

Short scrimmages are included at this age division in 3v3 format with no goal keeper. Standing and scores are not kept, this informal style of scrimmage teaches the children and allows them to play without concern over competition, winning or losing. Smaller team sizes ensure each child receives touches on the ball during a scrimmage.

U8 FUN-damentals Continued

Still a co-ed division, U8 combines players born in 2010 and 2011. So U8 would include players turning 7 and turning 8 in the calendar year.

Teams will meet once per week for a combined practice and game night.

Training sessions continue to focus on agility, balance, coordination, speed, and FUN.  5v5 games encourage youth to be aware of and understand the positions of other players on the field. Goal keepers and referees are introduced, adding new challenges for developing minds. No scores or standings are kept so that kids can play without unnecessary pressure to “win”.

U10 – Learning to Train

At this age, fun in training remains essential. Youth are increasingly self-aware and are becoming more coachable. Repetition of basic skills remains essential to developing technical excellence. Coaches are also able to develop knowledge of soccer plays and rules, and to encourage sportsmanship.  

Teams will meet once per week for a combined practice and game night.

Youth will play 7v7 on a mini field with referees and goal keepers. All youth are should play an even amount of time in each position to help them develop a strong sense of the game. Equal playing time is expected for all players. No scores or standings are kept. The focus is on fun & smart play rather than beating the opponent.

North Durham Soccer Interlock (NDSI)

Due to declining registration numbers in the U11 to U18 age groups we have combined our numbers with Uxbridge in order to create a better soccer experience for our participants. The Interlock includes the following groups; U12, U15 and 16+. All NDSI divisions are now COED. Games and Practices will be scheduled in Port Perry AND Uxbridge. Players will be mixed from both clubs to make up balanced teams. Please see the NDSI page for more details.

U12 Learning to Train

On game night, youth will play 9v9 on a mid-size field with referees and goal keepers. All youth are should play an even amount of time in each position to help them develop a strong sense of the game. Equal playing time is expected for all players.

No scores or standings are kept. The focus is on fun & smart play rather than beating the opponent.

U15 and 16+ Soccer for Life

Starting at 13, it is time to delve into full field soccer. Over the next few years, youth develop a strong sense of the 11v11 FIFA rules game. Games and practises are an opportunity to spend time with friends and enjoy the sport. The focus is on fun, fair play, sportsmanship and further skill development. We aim for our youth to focus on having fun playing soccer for life!

While we like to maintain single gender divisions for these age groups, programs are dependent on enrollment numbers. If enrollment is not sufficient for single gender, these divisions will be co-ed.

Scugog Soccer Association and Uxbridge Soccer Club are in discussions with other Clubs in Durham Region to introduce some new festival days. This would mean our teams would get to play other Clubs from around the region. We are excited for this new venture in hopes to bring more variety to the season schedule!

 

 

 

 

 

The Ontario Soccer Association's Long Term Player Development Strategy

Important changes are coming to Soccer across Ontario. These changes will affect the way Soccer is played here in Scugog. For more information on the Long Term Player Development Strategy please click here.


Scugog Soccer Association

PO Box 585,

Port Perry, ON

L9L 1A5

905.985.7553

info@scugogsoccer.ca