2021 Outdoor Programs

OCSL History of Success

Divisional Titles
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
MRec, OT3 MP MP, OT3 MRec MP, WP WP WP, MC3, MR6, Mrec, WR5, OT7 WP, MC2, MC5, MR2,  OT6 WP, MC3, MR2 MP, WP, OT2, OT5 WP, MC3,  OTM MC2, OT1
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023
OT1 OT1, OTM1 WC5, OT1   MC2, WC3 NA OT4, WR1, MOT2 Blue WC2, MOT2 Blue

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Women’s Soccer

The numerous accomplishments of the Ottawa City ‘Royals’ women include seven consecutive Premier Division championships from 2004-2010, holding the Ottawa Cup for five consecutive years, reaching the Ontario Cup semi-finals five times in the past decade, and winning the Ontario Cup in 2006.

New players (Rec & Comp) should be sure to contact the team coach of alert them to your interest and check that there is space on the team.

Women’s  Team Coach

Game

Night

Fees
Competitive WC1 Matthew Blackwell Link $383.25
+HST
Competitive WC2 Caitlin Pavone Link $383.25
+HST
Recreational WR1  Jim Sourges Link $262.50
+HST

Men’s – Competitive & Recreational

The Ottawa City ‘Royals’ men have won over 100 cups, leagues and tournaments including the Premier division 20 times, the Ottawa Cup 13 times, “The Double” on seven occasions and a national final.

New players (Rec & Comp) should be sure to contact the team coach to alert them of your interest and check that there is space on the team. 

Men’s Team Coach Game Night Fees
Competitive MC1 Craig Fannan Link  $383.25
+ HST
Competitive MC2 Ryan Baker Link  $383.25
+ HST
         
Recreation MR5 Kay Feenstra Link $262.50
+HST
Recreation MR5 Gaston Satouroff Link $262.50
+HST

Old-Timers & Masters

The Old-Timers program (35+) has been a longstanding tradition with the Ottawa City ‘Royals’ and the Club offers a comprehensive program.  The Club welcomes new players, especially those who have recently joined the ranks of old-timers.  
The League formed a Men’s Masters (50+) division for the 2010 season. The Master’s division grew to a dozen teams in 2010.  In 2014 for the second consecutive year both of the Club’s the Men’s and Women’s Masters teams were provincial champions and represented Ontario.

New players should be sure to contact the team coach to alert them of your interest and check that there is space on the team.

Note1- Player must exceed the stipulated age (35) before January1 preceding the current outdoor playing season. So 35 or older before January1 of playing year.

Note2 – Player must exceed the stipulated age (50) before January1 preceding the current outdoor playing season. So 50 or older before January1 of playing year.

 

Men’s Team Coach

Game

Night

Fees
OT OT2 Tom Mendicino Link $252 + HST
Masters Masters 2

 

Gerald Fox

Link $252 + HST
Masters Masters 2

 

Pat Coe

Link $252 + HST
Masters Masters 3 Graham Cathcart Link $252 + HST

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Important Info

Registration & Fees

Fees – see each page link above. Refund Policy. Registration Hints.

Registration opens in mid-January. Register from ‘Register’ button at the top of any page on our website.

Note 1 – Competitive: Players must be registered and paid 5 days in advance of attending an assessment session. Contact the team coach (from Men’s or Women’s page) to inform them of your interest in the team and for assessment info.

Note 3 – Recreational & OT – New players, please contact the coach to indicate interest in the team (Men’s or Women’s page above). Some teams have many returning players and limited space.

League: OCSL

The information posted on OCSL website: Game Days – Rules, CallUp Rules – Reschedule Policy – Weather Policy

Etransfers for fine payments now accepted.

– All transfers must be sent to “manager@ocslonline.ca”,

– No security question is needed, payments will be auto-deposited,

– E-transfers must note: club name, team name, player name, reason for payment,

– Please take note of the transaction’s reference number for your records.

This Season:

Competitive team assessments are generally held in April (check with team coach).

Summer league play runs from late May (usually week after Victoria Day) to late August.

Game days vary by team (see link below).

Teams may hold practice(s) in addition to their league game (practice days will be determined by Coaches).

Winter Development – various winter development programs and winter leagues are also offered; information will be posted on the website.

ID Cards, Permits, etc

EODSA – EASTSERN ONTARIO DISTRICT SOCCER ASSOCIATION

ID Card Info here.

ID Cards: Reminder – check the expiry date on your ID Card. Players with expired cards are NOT eligible to play. Playing without a valid ID Card has the same penalty as playing without a card.

You can apply for a new ID card online on the EODSA website AFTER you have registered, paid and are entered into the OS membership system (check with your coach).

Kit and Equipment

Registration includes: team uniforms – two jerseys (home and away) on loan from the Club.

Please review the Club’s Player Uniform Policy.

Required equipment: cleats and shin guards (mandatory), which must be worn at all games and practices. Approved headgear is optional.

Coaching

The Ottawa City Soccer Club and other local Clubs, run official Ontario Soccer Association (OS) approved coaching clinics. The cost for our coaches is covered by the Club with prior approval (see courses and reimbursement policy). To view local course dates and to register (coachcentre.ca; our District is EODSA – Eastern ON District Soccer Assoc).