Summer/Fall 2022 Season
Registration for Fall 2022 soccer is closed. Schedules and rosters are being finalized now. Thank you for registering.
South Dundas Soccer requires all volunteers (coaches, team officials, etc) to be registered through our registration system. We have many volunteer opportunities available for students requiring volunteer hours and for everyone who wants to help. This includes Field Maintenance, Team Management, Refereeing, and working in our volunteer-run Canteen.
About South Dundas Soccer programs
The SDSA soccer program is for youth born between 2004-2018. The program is based in Iroquois, Ontario but has no residency restrictions. Each season we have many players from as far away as Brockville, Prescott, Cornwall, South Stormont, North Dundas, Edwardsburgh-Cardinal, Kemptville and beyond. Everyone is welcome.
Registration for players is based on birth year. Levels operate are U5, U7, U9, U11, U13, U15, and U18. Some age groups or levels may be combined as needed.
COVID-19 and outdoor sports
The COVID-19 pandemic is still a concern in our community and globally. Currently there are no public health requirements for masking or vaccinations to participate in outdoor sports. The SDSA complies with all public health orders issued by Public Health Ontario and the Eastern Ontario Health Unit. If restrictions/guidance are put in place, the SDSA will follow those requirements. SDSA programming takes place on soccer fields owned by the Municipality of South Dundas and the Upper Canada District School Board. The SDSA follows all requirements needed for field use. Additionally the SDSA provides hand sanitizing stations at each field for teams to use, and recommends physical distancing spacing. This includes maintaining four metres of space for spectators from the soccer pitch. Thank you in advance for your cooperation in helping keep the soccer programs safe for participants.
Rowan’s Law – Concussion Awareness
In compliance with the provincial Rowan’s Law on Concussion Awareness, all parents, players, coaches, and field volunteers are required to review a guide on Concussion Awareness provided by the Province of Ontario and sign a confirmation of the guide.
There are three different guides available for review:
- Rowan’s Law Guide – Ages 10 and under
- Rowan’s Law Guide – Ages 11 to 14
- Rowan’s Law Guide – Ages 15 and up; Parents; Coaches; Referees; and Field officials
The SDSA will have in its registration form a section for the Rowan’s Law confirmation. Volunteers will have a separate form that will need to be signed for the Rowan’s Law confirmation.