Oakville Soccer Club
Oakville Soccer Club is the largest amateur soccer club in North America and is the largest community sports organization in Canada. The club provides house leagues for youth and adults as well as developmental programs.
Queen’s University S4SO
Students 4 Special Olympics aims to help youth with intellectual disabilities in Kingston through sport programming led by Queen’s students.
Unionville-Milliken Soccer Club aims to provide programs for organized soccer to its members as well as to develop the individual abilities of each soccer player with the aim of improving their playing skills and the enjoyment of soccer as a whole.
Lil’ Strikers Toronto
Our balanced and creative approach to coaching will have a positive impact on your child that goes far beyond the soccer field. Our high-energy soccer classes are carefully designed to enhance your child’s overall growth and well-being.
North Toronto Soccer Club
The club provides quality developmental, recreational & competitive programs to 5,200 community youth. NTSC along with Special Olympics Ontario and the Rotary Club of Toronto-Eglington offer a program for youth with an intellectual disabilty
Burlington Youth Soccer
The BYSC continues to grow and evolve to bring the best soccer programs to the City of Burlington by providing numerous indoor and outdoor soccer activities such as recreational and competitive programs, camps, coach and referee training, and specialized training.
Gloucester Dragons Soccer
The Gloucester Dragons Soccer Club is a non for profit recreational soccer organization with over 2300 athletes and 200 coaches.
City of Vaughan Recreation
Vaughan Recreation Services encourages and supports the participation of individuals with disabilities in all programs and services. They offer the Special Olympics Multi-Sport program offering the sports of athletics, basketball, bocce and soccer.
Newmarket Soccer Club
The club’s mission is to provide soccer programs for all ages and levels, in a fun and positive environment and to assist each participant in reaching their desired potential. NSC looks to become the premier youth sports organization in the community by promoting soccer and multi-sports usage in their facilty.
Guelph Soccer is the largest non-profit sport club in the city of Guelph. Their mission is to inspire the community to reach its full potential through lifelong involvement in soccer. They vision is to develop a stronger community one goal at a time.
Cambridge Youth Soccer
The club looks to help individuals to develop their character as resourceful and responsible members of their community by providing opportunities, through the game of soccer, for their mental, physical, social and leadership development.
Lake Simcoe Soccer Club
LSSC is committed to the promotion of good sportsmanship, physical skill development, character development, and team work. The club continually strives to develop and enhance programs to maintain the highest standards for all members of the community.
Soccer World Hamilton
Soccer World Hamilton was established in 2002 and offers opportunities for soccer with classes, leagues and camps for all ages and abilities. The multi use facility is also used to host golf, flag football and baseball clinics and programs.
Woodstock Soccer Club
The club’s mission is to promote, develop and provide opportunity for any person in the city of Woodstock and surrounding area to play organized soccer at the recreational and competitive level and to assist all participants in reaching their potential .
Oshawa Kicks S.C
The club is dedicated to providing quality soccer programs to the Oshawa community in both recreational and competitive streams. OKSC strives to provide programs to ensure that every person of all ages and abilities have a place to learn and play “the beautiful game”.