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2023 Outdoor Summer Recreational Program

Program Details (Registration Begins January 3)

Program

Program Start

Time

Location

Session
Length

Program
Start

Price

 

Tiny Tots
(Born 2020/2021) Mixed

Saturdays

9:00, 9:45,
10:30 or 11:15AM

ComDev Indoor
Soccer Park

8 Weeks

June 3rd

$125

 

Tiny Tots
(Born 2020/2021) Mixed

Thursdays

6:00 or 6:45PM

ComDev Indoor
Soccer Park

8 Weeks

June 1st

$125

 

2019 Mixed

Saturdays

9:30AM

Lions CanAmera Park*
or Riverside Park

11 Weeks

May 27th

$195

 

2019 Mixed

Wednesdays

6:00PM

Hespeler Optimist Field

11 Weeks

May 31st

$195

 

2018 Mixed

Saturdays

10:30AM

Lions CanAmera Park*
or Riverside Park

11 Weeks

May 27th

$195

 

2018 Mixed

Wednesdays

7:00PM

Hespeler Optimist Field

11 Weeks

May 31st

$195

 

2017 Mixed

Fridays

6:00 or 7:00PM

Lions CanAmera Park*

11 Weeks

May 26th

$195

 

2017 Mixed

Tuesdays

6:00 or 7:00PM

Hespeler Optimist Field

11 Weeks

May 30th

$195

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Program

Day

Time

Location

Session
Length

Program
Start

Basic
Price

Extra Program

2016 Boys (u7)

Mondays

6:00 or 7:15PM

Lions CanAmera Park*

12 Weeks

May 29th

$225

Available

2016 Girls (u7)

Thursdays

6:00PM

Lions CanAmera Park*

12 Weeks

June 1st

$225

Available

2015 Boys (u8)

Tuesdays

6:00 or 7:15PM

Lions CanAmera Park*

12 Weeks

May 30th

$225

Available

2015 Girls (u8)

Thursdays

6:00 & 7:15PM

Lions CanAmera Park*

12 Weeks

June 1st

$225

Available

2014 Boys (u9)

Wednesdays

6:00 or 7:15PM

Lions CanAmera Park*

12 Weeks

May 31st

$225

Available

2014 Girls (u9)

Thursdays

7:15PM

Lions CanAmera Park*

12 Weeks

June 1st

$225

Available

*Please note the City of Cambridge has taken Churchill Park offline for 2023 due to poor field quality and as a result our programming is being moved to Lions Can-Amera Park

2013 Boys (u10)

Mondays

6:00 & 7:15PM

Riverside Park

12 Weeks

May 29th

$225

Available

2012 Boys (u11)

Thursdays

6:00 & 7:15PM

Riverside Park

12 Weeks

June 1st

$225

Available

2013/2012 Girls (u11)

Wednesdays

6:00 & 7:15PM

Riverside Park

12 Weeks

May 31st

$225

Available

2010/2011 Boys (u13)

Mondays

6:00 & 7:15PM

Riverside Park

12 Weeks

May 29th

$225

Available

2010/2011 Girls (u13)

Tuesdays

6:00 & 7:15PM

Riverside Park

12 Weeks

May 30th

$225

Available

 

2009/2008 Boys (u15)

Fridays

6:00 & 7:15PM

Riverside Park

12 Weeks

June 2nd

$225

 

2009/2008 Girls (u15)

Thursdays

6:00 & 7:15PM

Riverside Park

12 Weeks

June 1st

$225

 

 

2007/2006/2005 Boys (u18)

Sundays

5:00 & 7:00PM

TBD

12 Weeks

June 4th

$225

 

2007/2006/2005 Girls (u18)

Sundays

5:00 & 7:00PM

TBD

12 Weeks

June 4th

$225

 

Extra Program Details

Age Group

Day

Time

Location

Price

2016 Boys

Wednesdays

6:00-6:55PM

 

 

 

 

ComDev Indoor

Soccer Park

745 Fountain St. N.

Cambridge

 

 

 

$60

2016 Girls

Mondays

6:00-6:55PM

2015 Boys

Mondays

6:00-6:55PM

2015 Girls

Mondays

6:00-6:55PM

2014 Boys

Mondays

7:15-8:10PM

2014 Girls

Mondays

6:00-6:55PM

2013 Boys

Wednesdays

7:15-8:10PM

2013 Girls

Mondays

7:15-8:10PM

2012 Boys

Wednesdays

7:15-8:10PM

2012 Girls

Mondays

7:15-8:10PM

2011/2010 Boys

Wednesdays

8:20-9:15PM

2011/2010 Girls

Wednesdays

8:20-9:15PM

Training Dates

Mondays

Wednesdays

June 5, 12, 26

July 3, 17, 24

June 7, 14, 28

July 5, 19, 26

What Is Recreational Soccer?

Whether they dream of playing for Canada’s National Teams or simply want to have fun with their friends, taking the right approach to the game when children are young sets the stage for a lifetime of enjoyment. For players under the age of 12, many of whom are lacing up cleats for the first time, the goal of this approach is simple: The CYS Player pathway follows The Canada Soccer pathway and provides a roadmap for players of all ages and aspirations who want to play soccer at the recreational, competitive or high performance levels, with the aim of encouraging lifelong participation. The Pathway is built around the principles of Long-Term Player Development (LTPD).

LTPD is a model of athlete development that parallels what doctors and psychologists have long used to better understand human development: as a series of distinct stages, which take us from infancy through adulthood.

A person’s abilities, behaviour and emotions, as well as their understanding of the world around them, varies from stage to stage. When young soccer players are able to train and compete in an environment that’s appropriate to their stage of development, they not only perform at their best, they also have more fun.