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    Niagara Falls Soccer Club

    The Niagara Falls Soccer Club, in operation for 60 years, is a Not -for - Profit Youth Sports Organization which provides quality Soccer programs for both Boys and Girls in the Niagara Region. It is primarily Volunteer run with programs ranging from Recreational House League for kids, Co-Ed, U3 and up, Adult Recreational Soccer, Youth Competitive/Festival Travel Soccer for U8 Boys and Girls and up, and  Adult Competitive.  We also offer a variety of Camps and Clinics for Soccer Skill and Technique, Goalkeeper, and Referee Development all at the centre of focus on a seasonal basis.

    Our main goal is to keep people of all ages in the Community interested and participating in soccer. To achieve this, we work closely with other organizations in our City as well as many funding organizations to assist families that may not otherwise be able to afford sports for their children.

    The Niagara Falls Soccer Club continually looks to promote health, fitness, a sense of team spirit, friendly competition and most importantly FUN! The club also has access to a brand new Turf field, six grass fields, a swimming pool, two tennis courts,  two parks and a splash pad.

    We are very excited to see the community's growing interest in our Club and programs! The Niagara Falls Soccer Club truly appreciates everyone's continued participation, support, and generosity in making soccer one of the most popular and well-loved sports in the area.

    Updates & News

    Ontario Player Development League makes long awaited return

    By Ontario Soccer 07/26/2021, 12:45pm EDT

    Ontario Soccer Association
    Play. Inspire. Unite.

    Information Bulletin

    Bulletin #:   I2021-063

    Date:           July 26, 2021

    To:               Club Membership

    CC:              Ontario Soccer Board of Directors, Staff

    From:          Johnny Misley, Chief Executive Officer

    Subject:      Ontario Player Development League makes long awaited return 


    Ontario Soccer’s Ontario Player Development League (OPDL) will officially enter its seventh season this weekend, as games kick off across the province and it will mark the return of the province’s top standards-based youth soccer high performance development program.


    The OPDL, which largely operated as a ‘training-only’ program in 2020 due to prevalent public health restrictions, will return with a full slate of competition in 2021, culminating with The OPDL Gary Miller Charity Shield in the Fall.


    Miller, the former Ontario Soccer Director of Soccer Operations, passed away in May of 2020 and his influence on soccer in Ontario was nowhere more impactful than his work in developing the standards for the OPDL.


    Launched in 2014, this provincial program combines top-level youth competition with strict high performance training standards. The OPDL in 2021 will also feature a condensed schedule as part of this summer’s Return to Play.


    Each age group is divided into East and West Conferences to allow for optimal regional competition, Central Venue opportunities will be held throughout the summer and talent identification will take place across all age groups in 2021 to provide players for Provincial Xcel programming in 2022.


    Sigma FC, Rush Canada, Kingston United SC, FC Durham and Niagara Falls SC will all be taking part in their first full season in OPDL. Their additions as Licence Holders will add to the quality and reach of the innovative high performance program, which is an important component of the overall movement to adopt the core principles of Long Term Player Development (LTPD) across soccer at-large in Ontario and Canada.


    OPDL continues to be a leader in developing players for their next step along the Talented Pathway.

    In 2019, 80 per cent of Ontario’s male Provincial Teams were comprised of OPDL players. Additionally, 80 per cent of that year’s new intake to Toronto FC Academy were from the OPDL.


    On the female side in 2019, over 93 per cent of Provincial Players identified were originally from OPDL organizations. Within the Canada Soccer Regional Excel program, over 94 per cent of participants were comprised of OPDL players.


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    Niagara Falls Soccer Club Office Hours

    Day Hours
    Monday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
    Tuesday 10:00 am to 8:00
    Wednesday Closed
    Thursday 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
    Friday 10:00 am to 4:30 pm
    Saturday 9:30 am to 1:00 pm
    Sunday Closed
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    When there is inclement weather, the hotline is updated daily by  3:00 pm. Call 905-356-7521 extension 3399 for closure information.

    Field updates are given to us by the City of Niagara Falls by 3:30 pm/4:00 pm latest.  From there, we will notify Coaches and update our Field Status shown below and social media sites.  

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