Competitive Program

Registration for the Competitive Program is sent directly after the completion of a tryout

Program Description:

The competitive teams, named Power, Rage, Titans and Attack are all seasonal based teams, in that they may play in the winter season, and the summer season. Entering onto these teams is first done through a try-out. Please check out our “Tryout for OSU” top tab for more information. Players will generally receive two practices plus a game as part of their program, and minimal additional travel for festivals or tournaments is required. Generally speaking, when combining both the winter and summer programs the competitive program operates for about 34-36 weeks. Lastly, registration is generally paid prior to the start of the season in one or two installments.

Program Details:

The competitive program is designed to provide good quality coaching and play for players against other clubs within Eastern Ontario. Players are assigned to the various teams through the trials process, where players are evaluated to find the most appropriate level of play for them in the upcoming season. Further details particular to the team and program are communicated during each trials process.

Team Names:

Power, Rage, Titans and Attack (team names are used as applicable  to the number of teams we will be able to field each season)

Cost: Is dependent upon team made, and communicated by the program coordinator to you during the trials.

Fee Includes:                                

  • Club Registration

  • Field Costs

  • Coaching Costs

  • League Entry Costs (summer)

  • Referee Costs

  • Governing body registrations

Parents to Provide:

  • Uniform

  • Soccer equipment

  • Contributions to individual team budget for extra tournaments/festivals and team socials

Coaching: Your assigned coach will be communicated to you at the time of team selection offers.

Coaching Qualifications:

All OSU coaches are mandated to complete all requirements by our governing bodies (Ontario Soccer and Canadian Soccer Association) including their soccer specific training, making ethical decisions, respect in soccer and a valid police check.

Festivals & Tournaments:

Are determined prior to the start of the season and communicated to you

Program Curriculum: 

Each coach is provided with access to our club curriculum which focuses on individual player development, within the collective team. At OSU, our core focuses for player development techniques are:

  • dribbling
  • running with the ball
  • turning
  • shielding
  • passing and receiving
  • shooting
  • defending

Additional Skills Training:

Players within the competitive program have opportunities to attend club camps and skills training. Please see your age group in the Our Programs section to see the different options available to you


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