CANADA SOCCER ANNOUNCES 80 CLUBS AS PART OF ITS Q4 2021 CLUB LICENSING PROGRAM COHORT
Canada Soccer Youth Club Licensing Program includes 255 clubs from coast-to-coast-to-coast
Canada Soccer has announced the Q4 2021 cohort of new club entrants into its National Youth Club Licensing Program. The addition of 80 clubs includes Quality Soccer Provider and Member Association Level 1 levels of the program in Quebec as well as new entrants from Ontario and Alberta.
“We applaud the efforts of all involved in the work to join Canada Soccer’s Youth Club Licensing Program which is an ambitious standards-based classification program implemented to drive club development in Canadian soccer,” said Dr. Nick Bontis, Canada Soccer President. “The admission of the remaining Quebec-based clubs and continued growth of the program ensures that safe sport and inclusivity pillars are embedded in the fabric of clubs and academies across the country and that participants are in developmentally appropriate training environments from coast-to-coast.”
Ottawa City Soccer Club
As we continue to raise the bar on our club standards, OCSC will strive for it’s Canada Soccer National Youth License in the Fall of 2022