The Burlington Soccer Club continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation on an hourly and daily basis. Our administration will continue to provide updates to our membership and continue to take the appropriate actions to prioritize the health and well-being of members as it pertains to our programs.
Ontario Soccer Update: March 24, 2020
Ontario Soccer today is announcing that all scheduled events and activities for the month of April have been cancelled. Continue reading
The Burlington Soccer Club ‘Skill Tests’ have been created for players and coaches so that Bayhawks can continue to train and challenge themselves on their own, while at home. Find the ‘Skill Testing Protocol’ for soccer drills and/or watch our accompanying videos for demonstrations provided by our Technical team.
Ontario Update from March 23, 2020
Ontario Soccer, in consultation with Canada Soccer, continues to monitor the most recent developments with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the emerging public health crisis.
Staying home and limiting interactions during this time is helping to flatten the curve! To help keep the kids busy and staying active, the BSC Technical Staff have been working together to develop at home, soccer related activities for the soccer enthusiasts in your household.
The Burlington Soccer Club is closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation on an hourly and daily basis. The BSC administration will continue to provide updates to our membership as it pertains to our programs. For the latest update as of March 17th, click below.
Our partners at Pillars of Wellness (POW) have teamed up with VoxNeuro to step-change data-driven rehabilitation. As of March 2nd, POW has become the first VoxNeuro Certified Clinic to offer a first point of care for concussed patients to positively impact the trajectory of rehabilitation.
Due to recent developments on COVID-19, the Burlington Soccer Club has made the difficult decision to suspend all programs immediately until further notice. Further communication regarding programs and fees will be provided within the next seven (7) business days.
Ontario Soccer Update from March 12, 2020
Ontario Soccer, with its members, are closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation on a hourly and daily basis.
City of Burlington continues to closely montior COVID-19 and take action to help protect City staff and residents.
The Burlington Soccer Club will continue to work closely with the City for the latest updates and actions.