U9 Developmental and Recreational

Players born in 2012

Click Here for the registration form for mail-in/walk-in registration.


Program Description:     

OSU’s U9 developmental soccer league continues building on the skills and lessons learned in FUNdamentals. Players will continue to develop their soccer skills through physical literacy & technical development in structured practices and organized games with an optional ‘Skills Night’ available.


Program Details:

2021 Options:

  1. An 8 week Spring program for U3-U18, which is scheduled to begin in late April
  2. A traditional 12 week Summer season, which is scheduled to begin in late June

This model is the best way for us to adapt our offerings and allow flexibility for families to determine the best fit for them. Players who register for both seasons (Spring + Summer) will receive a discounted fee.

Year-End Festival: TBD - if permitted in 2021


1. Spring Recreational Program information:

  • Days: Game Night: Monday (Boys) & Wednesday (Girls)

  • Locations: Quinn's Pointe

All other details will try to mirror the below listed Summer program information as close as possible


2. Summer Recreational Program information

Day: Summer Program Game Night: Tuesday (Boys) & Thursday (Girls)

Times (Approximate assumption from 2020 Summer Rec): 6:30-8:00 pm

Locations: Barrhaven, Manotick, Riverside South & Greely

Team Size: 14 players

Players on Field: 7

Format: Boys Teams/League & Girls Teams/League (separate)


Cost:

Early Bird

Ends April 10

Regular Fee

Begins April 11

$208 $248

Fee Includes:                

  • Uniform (jersey, shorts, socks)

Skills Night:   

This is an optional once-a-week training session focusing on technical development and run by OSU staff coaches.  Players must be registered in U9 league play to participate.

Cost: $100

Sessions: 8

Day: TBD

Location: Barrhaven

Time: 6:30-7:30 pm


Parents to Provide:             

  • Soccer shoes (cleats)
  • Shin pads

Program Coordinator: Craig Stead

Email: youthrec@osu.ca


Coaching: Parent volunteers


Coaching Qualifications: 

  • OSU Coaching Education
  • Respect in Sport (RIS)
  • Making Ethical Decisions (MED)
  • Game Leader
  • Making Headway
  • First Aid/CPR C/AED (Field Captains)
  • Select volunteers

Friend & Field Requests:         Yes


Important Dates:  

Email to parents (program info): Week of April 16th  


Program Curriculum:             

Sessions are divided into a 30 minute practice and 50 minute game.

Practices will include components of physical literacy and technical development.  Games will consist of 2-25 minute halves with a 5 min halftime break.  Games will be played in a 7v7 format.


 Refund Policy


 

Contact

Need More Information?

Email: youthrec@osu.ca

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