2015 ONTARIO CUP VICTORIES
U16 Girls - Kitchener Spirit
U14 Girls - Woolwich Wolfpack Black
Inside Soccer Magazine article on FEDS 2015 Special Needs Festival
Inside Soccer (Page 32/33)
LOOKING BACK ON THE ONTARIO CUP- GALT FC
The Ontario Cup has entered its 100th year of competition. To mark the OCCASION, the Ontario Soccer Association is running stories throughout the summer of interesting clubs, teams and events that have happened throughout the Ontario Cup's colourful history
GALT FC'S GOLD
SWRSA Players represent canada at the mexican cup of nations !
Kitchener Soccer Club products Harry Paton, Munir Saleh and Kosovar Sadiki competed at the mexican cup of nations as members of the canadian u16 squad. to read the full story please follow the link below.
Mexican Cup of Nations
2014 Special Needs Festival a success !!!
The 2014 Special Needs Festival hosted by FEDS was a huge success with a positive turn out and fun day for all. The OSA has developed an event video below for everyone to view:
2014 Special Needs Festival - Video
2014 Special needs festival
Fergus Elora District Soccer is proudly hosting their second annual special needs festival. The event is taking place on saturday july 5th 2014 at Victoria Park in Fergus from 12 to 4 pm. Events include soccer, face painting, pumper truck, photo-booth, food, drinks, and live entertainment.
schedule of events
On February 18th Grand River Soccer Club teamed up with volunteers from the district soccer association and local referees to give back to the community. The Club hosted the first KICK4ACURE adult co-ed charity soccer tournament in support of the Grand River Regional Cancer Centre and the Cancer Research Society.
The tournament was an exciting day for everyone involved. 26 teams participated in the daylong event which was held at the Com-Dev Indoor Soccer Park and Core Lifestyle and Recreation Complex. Organizers emphasized their Fair Play philosophy and stressed the importance of fun and friendship which factor heavily in all of the Club’s leagues and activities.
The competition included many local players and teams from beginner to advanced. It also attracted several soccer enthusiasts from London, Hamilton, Guelph, Toronto, and even Thunder Bay. All of whom share a passion for the game and contributing to a cure. Dangercatz, led by U of W standout Robbie Frank, took the Premier Division title in a penalty kick shoot-out over The Untouchables while the Natural Born Thrillers held off The Huns to be crowned Championship Division winners.
We would like to thank our major sponsors for the day: The Sports Link, Hercules Mina Excel Mortgage, Natural Sound, Booty Camp Fitness, Minuteman Press, Pharmasave, and PC Depot.
Overall the event was a success with $11,918.58 raised through entry fees, pledges, and a raffle. Next year’s tournament is scheduled for February 17, 2014. The Club is also planning a 24-hour summer soccer marathon. For more information please visit www.kick4acure.com or email email@example.com