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Brockville Soccer Club Inc.

CURRENT EVENTS

Coaches Meeting

Hey Coaches!

There will be a coaches meeting Friday, May 24 at the clubhouse in order to hand out jerseys and for Nikhil to give you the breakdown of how we are running this season of summer house league. Please note the division you are coaching and when your meeting begins. They shouldn't take more than 20 minutes.

7:00pm U5/U7

7:20pm U10 Co-ed & U10 Girls

7:40pm U12 Co-ed & U12 Girls

8:00pm U14 & U17

If you are unable to come to the meeting, please email coaching@brockvillesoccer.com to coordinate a jersey pick-up and chat.

Thanks!

Behaviour Towards Referees

We as a club, we would like to address behaviour of coaches and spectators at all games.

Let me be very clear. There is no place at a game for verbal or physical abuse of players, coaches or referees. This includes questioning referees on calls they have made. No-one has the right to question or speak to a referee unless they have been approached by said referee.

Imagine you were going about your daily job, and every time you made a mistake, or someone thought you made a mistake even though they don't fully understand your job, they publicly yelled and screamed at you. This is what referees deal with in almost every game. Some referees have to be escorted away from the field because they are afraid for their safety.  Is it any wonder that we are struggling to find enough referees to work our games? This is a direct result of the ongoing abuse that referees withstand.

When a spectator abuses a referee their Club is subject to heavy discipline fines.  Clubs have the right to have policies that state that spectators who cause discipline are required to pay any discipline fines.  Coaches who abuse referees are subject to lengthy suspensions.

We can debate at length about the quality of referees, and the excuses that people give for yelling at referees, but they do not matter.  Referee, player and coach abuse is not tolerated for any reason.

I am hoping that this year we think twice before yelling at a referee, especially a teenager trying their best to help our community out.  Please do your part. 

2024 Summer House League Registration

The registration for the summer house league divisions will open March 1, 2024.

Tentative Schedule:
U5 Boys and Girls divisions: Saturday morning
U7 Boys and Girls divisions: Saturday morning
U10 Co-ed: Friday evenings
U10 Girls: Thursday evenings
U12 Co-ed: Friday evenings
U12 Girls: Tuesday evenings
U14 Co-ed: Wednesday evenings
U17 Co-ed: Monday evenings

*Schedule is tentative and subject to change.*

Deadline for registration is May 27, 2024. Some divisions have limited spots available.

House League Soccer

Looking for a Summer Job? Become a referee!

Brockville Soccer Club is currently recruiting referees for house league and competitive soccer games. Please go to the Ontario Soccer website for more information on certification for the referee designation. This is a paid position and is a great summer job for adolescents and pre-teens!

The Club will reimburse the certification course costs and will provide Club-owned referee equipment to help you start your referee journey.

Please email the Club for more information or if you have any questions!

Brockville Soccer Club Inc.

The Brockville Soccer Club strives to create enjoyable and affordable soccer programs for the Brockville, Ontario community and it's surrounding areas. We use the grassroots approach when teaching soccer and aim to support everyone in their soccer playing journeys whether it is their first time playing or they have played for years. We offer indoor and outdoor house league divisions, and competitive soccer divisions.

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Want to Coach?

Please email:

Nikhil Bhatt

Director of Coaching