2020 Outdoor Season Info

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Spring registration for Outdoor soccer will take place on February 25 6-8:30pm, February 29 1-3:30pm and March 3, 6-8:30pm at McLeod Hall.


Last outdoor season, our program consisted of 500 players on 33 teams. We will most likely be short coaches in the U5 – U11 age groups so please consider coaching. 


Coaching younger age groups is about making new friends, having fun and snacks.


We will also have socks, shin pads, and shorts available for sale for first time players and for those that have outgrown their current apparel. 


Questions about soccer

Email soccer@mcleodcl.ca

Registration Process and Sessions

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Registration for soccer is simple, and straight forward, you need to register online and then attend one of the registration sessions 

Coaching and Coaches Support

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Coaching is a rewarding volunteer opportunity, McLeod CL runs one of the biggest soccer programs in the city and we are always in need for coaches.

Coaching and Coaches Support

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Coaching is a rewarding volunteer opportunity, McLeod CL runs one of the biggest soccer programs in the city and we are always in need for coaches.

Important Information For Parents

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This section for parents, please read it and let us know if you have any questions

Refund Policy

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Read and understand McLeod Refund Policy

Photo Gallery

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Watch McLeod Soccer events and teams achievements 

McLeod Soccer Calendar

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Soccer related events and dates 

CODES OF CONDUCT

Coaches Code

  • Soccer is a game for happiness.
  • The laws of soccer should be regarded as mutual agreements, the spirit or letter of which no one should try to avoid or break.
  • Visiting teams and spectators are honored guests.
  • No advantages except those of superior skill should be sought.
  • Official and opponents should be treated and regarded as honest in intention.
  • Official decisions should be accepted without looking angry no matter how unfair they may seem.
  • Winning is desirable, but winning at any cost defeats the purpose of the game.
  • Losing can be a triumph when the team has given its best.
  • The ideal is the greatest good to the greatest number.
  • In soccer, as in life, do unto others as you would have them do unto you

Players Code

  • Play the game for the game’s sake.
  • Be generous when you win.
  • Be gracious when you lose.
  • Be fair always, no matter what the cost.
  • Obey the Laws of the Game.
  • Work for the good of the team.
  • Accept the decisions of the Officials with good grace.
  • Believe in the honesty of your opponents.
  • Conduct yourself with honor and dignity.
  • Honestly and wholeheartedly applaud the efforts of you teammates, and opponents.

Parents Code

  • Children have more need for example than criticisms.
  • Make athletic participation for your child and other a positive experience.
  • Attempt to relieve pressure of competition, not increase it. A child is easily affected by outside influences.
  • Be kind to your child’s coach and officials. The coach is a volunteer giving personal time and money to provide a recreational activity for your child. The coach is providing a valuable community service, often without regard other than the personal satisfaction of having served their community.
  • The opponents are necessary friends. Without them your child could not participate meaningfully.
  • Applaud good plays by your team and by members of the opposing team.