We are proud to offer an outdoor recreational soccer league for boys and girls from 13 to 18 years of age (birth years 2006 to 2001). Our goal is to expand the enjoyment of soccer in Whitby and the surrounding community.
All players must wear shinpads. Soccer cleats are not mandatory but recommended. NO jewellery. Requests for refunds will only be considered prior to the first day of the season and subject to $35 administrative fee.
It is mandatory for one parent or guardian to complete the Respect in Sport Parent Program. For more details and FAQ's.
Parents / spectators sit on the opposite side of the field from the coaches and players. Parents should cheer for all of the players on the field, not just their own. Parents / spectators are not permitted to sit near the corners, the goal line or the goal.
Games are played on Statutory Holidays such as Victoria Day, Canada Day and the Civic Holiday.
In the case of rain, please check the Home page for field closures which are posted as soon as possible.
If the field status is OPEN, please proceed to your game. Referees will make the decision to cancel games at the field at game time.
|Div'n||Year||up to Mar 15||after Mar 15||Format|
|U18||2003, '02, '01||$240||$270||11v11|
Early bird registration period in effect up to and including March 15. Effective March 16, fees will increase by $30. Please note, the increased fee will also apply to any unpaid registrations entered prior to March 16.
Please note, fee increases in the Town of Whitby Sport Permits for the field & lighting costs and new technology fees charged by Ontario Soccer.
photo by Shawn Blakney
Games will be played at fields throughout Whitby & Brooklin
The Durham Region Soccer Association is proud to be taking a leadership role in protecting the best interests of kids, and all those involved in our game, by introducing the Respect in Sport Parent Program to our organization. As the first District Association within Ontario Soccer to be taking this important step, following the lead of the Ontario Minor Hockey Association and other sports organizations in Ontario Durham Region Soccer Association is making the Respect in Sport Parent Program mandatory for one parent or guardian of each player for 2017 to complete the program. The program is transferable from hockey or any other sport it was completed for, and covers the entire family. Please help us to help you make soccer safe and fun for all participants.
For recreational coaches (U13 – U18) as mandated by Ontario Soccer in Information Bulletin I2016-055, these coaches must take the Activity Leaders module.