BSC Partners with Beyond Pulse

Burlington, ON – Burlington Soccer Club Partners with Beyond Pulse to bring more data driven insights to our members. This partnership will be implemented in our High Performance and League 1 Programs to enhance our current offers and ensure our members are getting the quality in training and recovery they deserve. 

Read more about the Partnership – press release.

To learn more about Beyond Pulse – click here.

Former Bayhawk Signs with Salford City FC

Burlington, ON – Former Burlington Bayhawk, Robbie Cleary has moved across the pond to continue his professional soccer career.

Once an OPDL player at BSC, Robbie Cleary continued his soccer experience by playing NCAA and professionally in Canada prior to this momentous signing with this League 2 Club. He recently returned home, prior to reporting to Salford City FC, and spoke with our BU14 and BU16 OPDL Teams on Friday, May 24th. He was able to connect with them about how impactful his BSC experience was in his growth and how they too can achieve their dreams of playing professionally, even if the path may be seen as unconventional. 

To read about Robbie’s signing, click here. 

Burlington Soccer Club back in the swing of things after pandemic – Burlington Today

Our Club was recently featured in Burlington Today thanks to their drive and understanding of the impact youth team sports has on mental health. The focus shifted as a result of the pandemic and the interconnectivity of the two (sport and mental health) has never been more clear and at the forefront mora than it is now. 

Read more about this feature on Burlington Today by clicking here. 

Let the Battle of Halton Begin!

Burlington Soccer Club and Oakville Soccer Club partner to create the Battle of Halton.

What is the old adage, two is better than one? Well, that is certainly the case when it comes to Burlington Soccer Club (BSC) and Oakville Soccer Club (OSC). These two storied clubs, who both hold National Youth and Ontario Player Development League (OPDL) licenses, are excited to “team up” on a friendly competition that is sure to provide great value for both communities.

To Read the Press Release, Click Here. 

From L to R: Zayn, Evelyn, Adam, Emma, Noah

Five Bayhawks Headed to Vancouver to Compete

Five Bayhawks from our 2008 Ontario Player Development League (OPDL) Teams are headed to Vancouver to attend the Vancouver Whitecaps FC National Youth Combine.

Emma, Evelyn, Adam, Noah, and Zayn have been consistent top performers in their programs. The result of their continued progress has led to both an invite to the Ontario Soccer Provincial Screening and also the Vancouver Whitecaps FC National Youth Combine.

To read the entire press release, click here.

Burlington League 1 Premier Men’s Team Signs First Players – The Boys are Back

Burlington Soccer Club (BSC)
January 27, 2023 at 9:00AM

The Boys are Back in Burlington.

As the Burlington Soccer Club head’s full steam ahead into the 2023 season, the club announces their two first signings – Jace Kotsopoulos and Augustus Oku.

While both names will be familiar to the Bayhawks faithful, the club welcomes both with “open wings” and looks forward to their immediate impact on the 2023 squad, who look to improve upon their 17th place finish in their inaugural season in the league.

To Read the Full Press Release, Click Here

Burlington Soccer Announces Partnership with Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation


Burlington Soccer Announces Partnership with the Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation.

All Burlington Bayhawk League 1 Teams (Premier Men’s & Women’s; Reserve Men’s) will be sporting the JBH Foundation Logo on their away jersey’s throughout the 2022 season in support of Youth & Adolescent Mental Health Initiatives. Continue reading