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.
Beginning August 14th, the BSC is running a modified House League season for age divisions U8 to U16. The season will be six (6) weeks in length and follow different formats depending on age. The program will provide a fun and safe opportunity to get back on the field this summer!
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.
BSC is excited to announce the launch of our no cost, new Active Start Video Training program! Various soccer clubs have partnered with Toronto FC, Tim Hortons, and Nothers. The Active Start will be launched virtually across Ontario as an initiative to keep kids engaged in soccer.
The Ontario Provincial government stated that recreational, outdoor fields are permitted to open beginning on May 19, 2020. The announcement has now been further amended to include soccer fields as part of the facilities that can re-open.
From all of us at the Burlington Soccer Club, we hope you and your family are well and healthy during COVID-19. Together, we will get through this and be back on the soccer field as soon as it is safe to do so. Until then, stay safe, stay positive and stay active. (more…)
On April 23rd, the boys U10 and U12 Bayhawks teams had the opportunity to speak with soccer legend, Dwayne De Rosario! The live Q&A session allowed the team to ask questions and speak directly to the Canadian professional soccer player about his playing experiences and history.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many Ontario Soccer member Clubs and Academies, like ourselves, have risen to the challenge and effectively engaged their stakeholders. Read more as Ontario Soccer highlights our Club efforts in an article on Communication Technology!
During this time of social distancing, many people are missing their friends, family, teams and so much more to keep yourself and the community safe. It is important to know that you are not alone during these difficult times. Let’s stay connected Bayhawks Family!