For information on OPDL Trials for the 2017 Season please contact the following coaches :
2004 Boys - Pat Keogh 647-242-3540 email@example.com
2004 Girls - Bill Pachis - 905-903-0196 firstname.lastname@example.org
2003 Boys - Clint DaSilva - 905-419-1042 email@example.com
2003 Girls - Steve Airlie - 289-600-8569 firstname.lastname@example.org
2002 Boys - Pat Keogh 647-242-3540 email@example.com
2002 Girls - Clint DaSilva - 905-419-1042 firstname.lastname@example.org
2001/2000 Boys - Chris Reilly - 905-430-7676 email@example.com
2001/2000 Girls - Steve Airlie - 289-600-8569 firstname.lastname@example.org
OPDL Registration Form
OPDL Trials - Phases
2016/17 Season OPDL Trials - Phases Please find full details of the WISC 2016/17 OPDL trials process outlined below
Phase I – Non-OPDL players only
•Objective: Identify Players Outside OPDL Environments
•Activities: Open Trials and Invitation Only Trial
•Period: September 1st, 2016 to January 31st, 2017
Phase II – OPDL Players
•Objective: Select players for Main Roster
•Activity: Open Trials and Invitation Only Trial
•Period: October 31st to November 30th, 2016 & January 15th to January 31st, 2017
Phase III - Any player
•Objective: Select additional players for Main Roster and Sub-Roster if applicable
•Activity: Open Trials and Invitation Only Trial
•Period: February 1st to April 31st, 2017
All Players wishing to tryout please send an email to the following email address - email@example.com
Parents, attached is a direct link to the "2016 OPDL Parent Handbook". This is a great resource for information about the OPDL League. Please take the time to go over it. If you have any questions please email OPDL@whitbysoccer.com
There are local community charities to help with soccer registrations fees.
1. Their Opportunity Minor Sports Corporation. This charity provides funding for children from low-income families, less than $45,000 annually, into organized sports and recreation activities. What makes Their Opportunity stand-out, is that funded children enter a “give-back” program, which is where each child that is enrolled ‘pay it forward’ through community service and outreach, within 3 months of being funded. For more information: http://www.theiropportunity.com
2. Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities. This charity gets kids ‘in the game’ by assisting with the costs associated with registration for sports and physical activity programming. For more information: http://jumpstart.canadiantire.ca/en/canadian-tire-jumpstart-charities or contact the Town of Whitby, 905.430.4310, firstname.lastname@example.org, download the Jumpstart application form or complete the online form.
3. Kidsport. KidSport is a national not-for-profit organization that provides financial assistance for registration fees and equipment to kids aged 18 and under. Through a confidential application process we provide grants so they can play a season of sport. Nationally, KidSport is comprised of a network of 11 provincial/territorial KidSport chapters and 178 community KidSport chapters. Since its creation in 1993, over 450,000 kids across the country have been given the chance to play sport through KidSport grants and sport introduction programming. For more information: Please click here...
4. Fundraising – Bingo – In conjunction with the local bingo (Red Barn, Oshawa), WISC members / teams are able to sign-up for designated bingo times. Under the guidance of our Bingo Director, various duties are covered by these volunteers. Members who wish to participate in the Bingo program are encouraged to contact the Executive Director for available times (email@example.com).
The WISC Individual Development
Academy is a new and exciting soccer
program which ensures every child
has fun while developing soccer and
physical literacy skills. The IDA pro-
gram also uses soccer as a vehicle to
develop social skills and core values
such as sportsmanship, teamwork, fair
play and respect.
Players will train twice weekly in a developmentally stage and age appro- priate program; The program will be delivered by the licensed coaches from the WISC Tech Team. This new program format ensures all children are actively engaged and in- volved throughout every one hour ses- sion. This also guarantees increased touches with the use of deliberate practice.
Players will be exposed to a fun com- petition style format during each ses- sion, and will be closely monitored by the Tech Team to ensure that all play- ers reach their level of play. Attention to detail on player progression will be a key factor in this program, where player assessments and skills testing will be a vital component in our player development program. Information for individual player home work will be available from our T/D .
With increased playing time, more touches on the ball, and a balanced approach to the organization of teams, this will ensures every player will ex- perience quality time on the ball, and not only have a fantastic time but will also develop and improve their soccer skills. Individual technique and skills will be the focus through small sided games. This is in line with the OSA ’ s LTPD plan. 'Are you ready to play' then join today! "To be the best be prepared by the best" Read more...