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2023 Jr TITANS Camps & Clinics

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NIAGARA FC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM CENTER OF EXCELLENCE

Boys and Girls U11/12 - 2011/2012 - Starts 01/07/2023

A.C. Douglas Tournament & Festival

August 12th and 13th, 2022

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    Niagara Falls Soccer Club

    The Niagara Falls Soccer Club, in operation for over 60 years, is a Not -for - Profit Youth Sports Organization that 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 Developmental Soccer (Travel) for U8 Boys and Girls and up, High Performance - OPDL for U13 to U17 Girls and Boys, and  Adult Competitive.  We also offer a variety of Camps and Clinics for Soccer Skill and Technique (both for Recreational Level and High Performance), Goalkeeper, and Referee Development all at the center of focus on a seasonal basis.

    As of September 2020, we were awarded the Canada Soccer National Youth Licence and are 1 of 58 Clubs to have this license across Canada.  At that same time, were also awarded the Ontario Player Development League franchise license or OPDL franchise.  We are 1 of 32 Clubs to hold this in Ontario.   NFSC is the only Club in the Niagara Region that currently holds both of these licences.

    Working with our Affiliate Clubs, we are working to get more players in Niagara on the Ontario Soccer Talented Player Pathway and help open more doors for the players who aspire to achieve more while playing through their passion!

    NFSC's main goal is to keep people of all ages in the Community interested and participating in soccer. 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 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

    APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN FOR MILKUP FUTURE LEADERS 2022 BURSARY

    By Christina Stranges 12/15/2022, 10:00am EST

    Ontario Soccer is now accepting nominations for the MilkUP Ontario Soccer Future Leaders "Class of 22" for players that are looking to continue passing on thier love of the game within their home community and soccer community.  

    If your child is between the ages of 15 and 18, and is looking to pursue the Ontario Soccer/Canada Soccer Coaching Licences, please read below for more information!

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    The MilkUP Ontario Soccer Future Leaders “Class of ‘22” recognizes the achievements and impact of youth in the soccer community. Award winners will embody the Ontario Soccer tagline of “Play. Inspire. Unite.” in both their soccer community and their home community.

    The “Class of ‘22” awardees will have an attitude of resilience and a strong work ethic. They will have future aspirations of leadership within the ‘beautiful game’, continuing their journey of soccer involvement and contribution.

    This category recognizes youth, who will continue to contribute to the local soccer community as a leader, player, coach, match official or administrator.

    This award includes a $500 education credit per recipient to be used for soccer leadership education (any eligible Ontario Soccer Coach Education, Match Official Development courses, etc.)

    Participants must ‘activate’ their funds by taking a course within the first year and use up the $500 credit within three years of December 31 of the award year (e.g. December 31st, 2025 for 2022 winners).

    Selection Criteria

    Eligibility:

    • Must be a registered member of Ontario Soccer;
    • Must be 15 – 18 years old by December of the award year.

    Ontario Soccer is committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible environment; as such, Ontario Soccer will strive to select award recipients that reflect and support the diversity and inclusivity of the soccer community.

    Where possible, diverse gender types will be represented in each of the five regions. Remaining recipients will represent all regions, where possible.

    Regions

    • Eastern Ontario
    • Central Ontario
    • Southern Ontario
    • Western Ontario
    • Northern Ontario
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    Considerations and Contributions:

    Nominees will exemplify the Ontario Soccer organizational values of being inclusive, respectful, ethical, acting with integrity, and being a community builder. They will be active community members, with a desire for impact, and a positive attitude for growth.

    Nominations can be received from the following:

    • Self-nominated;
    • A member organization of Ontario Soccer; or
    • A peer (age 15-18), who is not a relative of the nominee.
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    Selection Process:

    Award winners (up to a maximum of 25 in total) will be selected by Ontario Soccer in consultation with MilkUP partners.

    Recognition:

    Award winners will be recognized on OntarioSoccer.net and Ontario Soccer’s Newsletter “Inside the 18” via feature story.

    Key Dates

    • Applications for nominations are now open
    • The deadline for submitting an application is January 8, 2023
    • Award Winners will be announced in late January 2023

    If you are an eligible nominator and would like to nominate a deserving candidate, please click here to submit a nomination for the “MilkUP Future Leaders – Class of ‘22” program.

    Applications will require an outline of the nominee’s achievements, as well as leadership aspirations in the specific area of interest to them. Applications may be submitted in writing, video or both.

    For more details regarding this program, please contact Robyn Gmeindl.

     

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    NFSC - NIAGARA FC OPDL Office Administration

    NFSC - NIAGARA FC OPDL Office Administration

    Phone: 9053744040

    Office Hours

    Day Hours
    Monday 10:00 am to 4:30 pm
    Tuesday 10:00 am to 7:30 pm
    Wednesday Closed
    Thursday 10:00 am to 7:30 pm
    Friday 10:00 am to 4:30 pm
    Saturday 9:30 am to 1:00 pm
    Sunday Closed

    Niagara Health & Rehab Centre

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    City Field Closure Hotline

    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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