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The pandemic has been a difficult time for many, especially our players who are missing soccer! Be sure to #GetReal about how you feel, and know it’s okay to not be okay. Check out these resources and take care of your #mentalhealth
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!
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.
Now offering a Summer Training program to allow small groups (9 players max) to get on the field to work on individual skills. Designed to help develop ball mastery skills, this program is available to ages 7-13.
Ontario Soccer, in consultation with Canada Soccer and government advisors, have approved the ‘Return to Play Guide’ announced on June 8 for a safe return to soccer. As the Club continues to monitor the development of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on a daily and hourly basis, the BSC will move into Phase 1 as of July 6.