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Player Information


Registration is NOW CLOSED.

Registration was open as of February 1st and ended March 31st. After registration closes any late registrants will pay a $25 late registration non-refundable administration fee.


Join the TEAM!

2024 Fees

Timbits U6 (years 2018, 2019) $75
Also 2017 if child's birth date is before May 15th of current year 

Timbits U8 (years 2016, 2017) $75

U10 (years 2014, 2015) $100 

U12 (years 2013, 2012) $140
U14 (years 2011 - 2006) $140


Registration fees decrease $30 per third and subsequent child registered.

Refund Policy

Full registration refunds are available until May 15th.


No refunds after May 15th except under extenuating circumstances as approved by the Board. 

There are no pro-rated fees or refunds after games officially start.

Jump Start

Financial assistance may be available through the Jumpstart program.  Families must apply themselves.  To apply and learn more, visit Jumpstart.  If you apply for Jumpstart, you must notify the Director of Registration, once your application is completed, by emailing Please provide your Jumpstart confirmation code - this code starts with ONxxxxxx followed by several numbers. You will be provided with a discount code that will allow you to access registration without making payment. 

If you register without obtaining this discount code you will be required to submit payment at time of registration.

U6 & U8 Grassroots program


We are thrilled to be in partnership with the Tim Hortons Timbits soccer program.  They have sponsored the following for your child to keep:

  • Team Jersey

  • Shorts

  • Soccer Socks

  • Soccer Ball

Your child will require Soccer Shin Guards.  Soccer cleats are recommended but not required. 

The ball will be labeled at the first practice with their name - please ensure that you bring it to every practice. 

They will be given to you at the first practice. 


They will need a labeled water bottle (no sharing of water bottles)

Please tie back your hair. No metal clips. 



The U6 & U8 players will be divided into  teams - you will be notified of the colour and team Coach in a separate email




Your child will be LOANED an Opeongo Minor Soccer (OMS) Jersey.  Names are recorded and marked off when the jersey is returned at the end of the season. 

Your child will require :

  • Black Soccer Shorts

  • Black Soccer Socks

  • Soccer Shin Guards

  • Soccer Cleats 

  • Soccer Ball sized per age category.  Please label the ball with your child's name and remember to bring it to every practice. 


They will need a labelled water bottle (no sharing of water bottles)

Please tie back hair. No metal clips. No jewelry including studs for earrings. Medic alert bracelets must be taped down. 

No hats are to be worn for games.  For practices, the wearing of hats will be at the coach's discretion. 



The teams may be mixed in order to support the team make up for league play.  You will be notified by the manager of the team dynamics in a direct email prior to May 23rd. 

Required Parent and Player Knowledge


Under Rowan's Law, all athletes under 26 years of age, parents of athletes under 18, Coaches, Team Trainers and Team Officials must confirm every year that they have reviewed Ontario’s Concussion Awareness Resources. The Concussion Awareness Resources can be accessed free of charge at "Rowan’s Law: Concussion Awareness Resources.

Respect In Sport

Ontario Soccer has partnered with the Respect Group to provide online education for coaches, referees and parents to help create a safe, healthy, and positive environment for children and youth involved in soccer.

The Respect in Sport Program assists coaches, referees, trainers and managers with identifying and dealing with abuse, neglect, harassment and bullying in sport.

The online course costs $30 and the curriculum is divided into six modules, which only take 2.5 hours, and can be completed at the user's own pace. Once completed, certification is portable to other sports involved in Respect in Sport.

Return To Play

Ontario Soccer shared its Return to Play Guide with clubs and academies in June.  Within it was recommendations and guidelines meant to help clubs develop a plan to be able to re-open.  The Return to Play Guide is available on Ontario Soccer's website. 

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