The Burlington Soccer Club continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation on an hourly and daily basis. We continue to align ourselves with the Government of Ontario, the Halton Region, the City of Burlington, and Ontario Soccer.
Due to the Provincial Government’s most recent announcement, both youth house league and adult leagues are seeing more postponements affecting the start up of the Fall indoor season.
Join us in our youth high performance league combining top level competition with high performance training standards adopting the core principles of the Long Term Development Plan (LTPD). Looking for new players to join select Bayhawks Development League teams.
In continuation of the October 16th announcement, the City of Burlington has limited activities to training only. At this time, games are not permitted and therefore, our Youth and Adult Indoor Leagues have been postponed.
Following the recommendation of Halton Region’s Medical Officer, the City of Burlington has enforced restrictions, which have postponed both Youth House League & Adult League until further notice. All training will continue including School of Soccer programming and competitive training.
The Burlington Soccer Club (BSC) is pleased to announce our new League1 Ontario Reserves program (U21) for both men and women.
The Burlington Soccer Club is excited to announce the new Bayhawks League1 Reserve teams for girls and boys U17-U21 (2005-2002). Being the next step in the Ontario Player Pathway, this is a great high performance option following OPDL.
Knowing that the coronavirus is more easily transmitted in closed areas, where there is less ventilation or room for airflow, does the risk of transmission increase inside a Dome? Here are the key facts that you need to know!
Goalkeeper needed for GU17 (2004) Burlington Bayhawks Regional Team. The team were Peel Halton Premier Division and League Cup Champions in 2019 and will be playing in the Golden Horseshoe Soccer League (GHSL) for the 2021 season.
Ontario Soccer, in consultation with Canada Soccer and government advisors, has approved the ‘Return to Play Guide’ announced on June 8 for a safe return to soccer with 3 Phases. After a successful phase 1, the Club has now moved into Phase 2: Return to Training & Modified Games.