Program & Facility Information - Tuesday, January 29

All OSC programs taking place at the Pine Glen Soccer Centre this afternoon/evening will run as scheduled.

All training sessions scheduled to take place in school gymnasiums are cancelled for this evening.

The Pine Glen Soccer Centre is now open.


Last Updated: 12:30 p.m.

Program Cancellation - Monday, January 28

Due to inclement weather, all OSC programs are cancelled for this evening (Monday, January 28) and the Pine Glen Soccer Centre will close at 5:00 p.m.

Thank you for your understanding!

Stay safe! 


2018 Holiday Toy & Food Drive!

The Oakville Soccer Club would like to thank our extremely generous members and community groups for their significant contributions to the Club's 2018 Toy & Food Drive.

This year, OSC was able to donate over 1,000 toy and food items to the Oakville Firefighters Toy Drive and to the Kerr Street Mission!

We are overwhelmed by the kindness of our members and are proud to be a part of a community that cares for one another.

Thank you again to all who donated! 

Happy Holidays!

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19 OSC Players Selected For Provincial Projects

OAKVILLE, ON - The Oakville Soccer Club is pleased to announce that 19 of the 37 players from OSC invited to attend the Provincial Screenings have been selected by Ontario Soccer to participate in the 2019 Provincial Projects.

These U13, U14 and U15 players have been selected by Ontario Soccer based on their performance during the 2018 OPDL season and during the Provincial Screenings, which took place in November 2018. Founded in 2014, the OPDL is Ontario's standards-based high performance league. It combines top level competition with strict high performance training standards with the goals of developing the top soccer talent within the province.

The Provincial Program focuses on player screening, talent identification and benchmarking of players through competition. The Provincial Projects preparation weekend sessions will take place from January 2019 to April 2019. The Inter-Provincial Competition will take place in Quebec in April where Canada Soccer will be present to scout the players for potential invitations to National Excel Environments.

Chris Grierson, OSC's Senior Technical Director said of the selections: 'To attend the Provincial Screenings with close to 80 players at each age group and gender and be selected to be part of Provincial Projects is a wonderful achievement for these players. The Oakville Soccer Club is extremely proud and wishes all players the best of luck during the Provincial Projects.'

Congratulations to the following players:

2003 Girls
Alanna Delle Monache*  
Jessica Dougall
2004 Girls
Natalie Capannelli
Julia Scharpf


2003 Boys
Tyler Curtis*
Kevin Espiro*
Cristiano Perri*
Aleksander Petrovic*
Adam Plichtowski
Lucas Russo
Yves Michel Tcheuyap*
Dominik Stefanski

2004 Boys
Kacper Ambrozewicz*         
Daniel Christiansen
Sebastian De Barros
Domenico Folino
Rodrigo Neblecilla

2005 Boys
Isaiah Goldson
Alexander Wiktorek     

*Indicates players that participated in the 2018 Provincial program





OAKVILLE, ON - The Oakville Soccer Club is proud to announce that it has been awarded Ontario Soccer's 2019 Gold Club Excellence Award. The award, presented on a two-year cycle, recognizes elite clubs that have met the standards for excellence among member clubs within the province.

Ontario Soccer's Club Excellence Award program was established in 2007 and has grown into an acclaimed, province-wide recognition program for effectively-run community-based soccer clubs, which offer safe, healthy and enjoyable environments for all involved. Since its inception, the Oakville Soccer Club has consistently achieved the gold standard, which is the highest award presented.

In being considered for the Award, community clubs eligible to be a part of the Club Excellence program provide tangible evidence of the required criteria by Ontario Soccer, which is carefully reviewed and evaluated. This criteria includes, but is not limited to technical programs, governance policies and community involvement.

As the largest soccer club in Canada, and the largest amateur sport organization in North America, OSC prides itself on providing quality youth programming at the recreational and competitive levels. The Club works hard to ensure that all members enjoy a positive soccer experience, and is proud to be recognized by Ontario Soccer for its efforts.

In 2019, the soccer landscape in Canada will see the introduction of Canada Soccer's Licensing Program. This national Club License Program is designed to raise the standards of soccer development across the country to improve the overall soccer system and guide soccer organizations toward best principles for organizational development both on and off the field. The Oakville Soccer Club looks forward to applying for this designation from Canada Soccer.

In response to OSC receiving the Gold Club Excellence Award from Ontario Soccer, OSC’s Executive Director Dave Harris said, “It is an honour to once again be the recipient of this prestigious award. It is a credit to the entire organization including the Club's volunteers, Board of Directors and staff who ensure that OSC is meeting the expectations of its membership each and every day. This is an award that shows we are amongst the very best programs in the province. OSC congratulates all other member clubs who have received the Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards for their collective efforts."

Media Contact:
David Harris
Executive Director
T 905-849-4436 x 4444

About OSC
The Oakville Soccer Club, founded in 1972, is the largest amateur soccer club in Canada, with over 12,000 members coached by over 900 volunteer and professional coaches. OSC is based at its 100,000 square foot indoor soccer facility on Pine Glen Road in North Oakville. The Oakville Soccer Club carries the Gold Standard Award for Club Excellence from Ontario Soccer. OSC’s tradition of excellence includes eight national championships, 55 Ontario Cup winners and a large number of players selected to represent Canada both at national and international levels. OSC is committed to providing a positive soccer experience to all Club members through technical training, encouragement and opportunities for players to advance their soccer and life skills.


Oakville, ON – OSC Executive Director Dave Harris has announced a partnership which will see Oakville Soccer Club players wear custom uniforms made by INARIA, a leading designer and manufacturer of soccer equipment and apparel.

Commencing in the spring of 2019, this partnership will see OSC's Competitive teams outfitted in a range of custom apparel. This apparel will be designed exclusively for the Oakville Soccer Club. OSC's House League program will continue to wear INARIA uniforms as well.

Executive Director Dave Harris said of the partnership: “The Oakville Soccer Club is very pleased with the Club's new four-year partnership with INARIA. The opportunity to partner with a Canadian company with a focus on the development of custom uniforms which will enhance and elevate our brand is very exciting for us. We must also thank our previous provider Umbro Canada for their efforts over the past years and wish them all the best.”

“Oakville is a national brand, one of the most reputable clubs in the Country,” said INARIA Managing Partner Saverio Michielli. “We are ecstatic to begin this partnership together.”

Plans for the apparel release will be shared with the membership in the upcoming weeks.

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Media Contact:
Katryna Indewey
Director of Marketing & Communications
T 905-849-4436 x 4435