2019 Summer House League Soccer
Summer registration OPENS Monday, January 21st 2019.
House League is a community-based recreational league open to all players of any skill level and ability. Our House League program is strategically designed to offer fun and excitement to children in a team format, while supporting a healthy and active lifestyle for all players. The program is aligned with Long Term Player Development (LTPD) guidelines put forth by the Ontario Soccer, ensuring players get enough touches on the ball and are able to truly enjoy the beautiful game!
For a full list of game days please view our house league program at a glance document here.
Who Can Play?
Athletes born in 2015 - 2001 (3-18) of all abilities, from beginner to competitive can participate.
*Proof of age is required for all new registrants.
When do they play and where?
Check out our house league program at a glance document for playing days and tentative locations.
When do seasons run?
Summer Outdoor: May to August
Guelph Soccer also offers an fall indoor program that starts in October and winter indoor program that starts in January.
What time do the sessions starts?
All age groups of our house league program start at 6:30pm on week nights and 9am for Saturday divisions. Our U4-U10 age groups will start with a practice before their game. U11+ start their games at 6:30pm sharp.
What will my child learn?
Your child will learn age-appropriate soccer skills, get some great exercise, and be encouraged to maintain a healthy active lifestyle through lifelong involvement in soccer. House league is also a social environment that promotes friendship, having fun, and being a part of a team.
What equipment does my child need?
All house league registrants receive:
All parents must supply:
Shin guards (to be worn at all games and practices)
Soccer cleats or running shoes
Water and snacks
Want to coach?
Our house league program does not exist without the support and dedication of hundreds of volunteer coaches. All coaches are eligible for a $25 discount when they sign up to coach as a thank you for their time and dedication to our program. For more information about coaching this summer click here.
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What are the keys dates I should keep in mind?
Photo Day - Saturday, June 8th 2019
Timbit Soccer Fest (U4/U5 age groups only) - Saturday, July 27th 2019
Junior Soccer Fest (U6-U10 age groups only) - Saturday, August 17th 2019
Year End Festival (U11 & U12 age groups only) - Saturday, August 24th or Sunday August 25th
Year End Tournament (U13, U15 & U18 age groups only) - Saturday August 24th & Sunday August 25th
Can my child play up a year or down a year?
Players are required to register in their designated age group. Anyone that thinks their child would benefit from playing up due to their skill/ability they would need to get approval in advance from our technical staff. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request to have a technical staff member assess your child.
Players are not typically approved to play down a level unless their were exception circumstances. For these types of situations we ask that you email our General Manager, Sara Orrell email@example.com with your request and full details.
My child wants to play with their friends. Can they request to be on the same team?
Guelph Soccer understands the desire for players to want to play with their friends. With that in mind, we accept one player request. This request needs to be one to one player reciprocated requests (ie. both players must have requested they be on the same team as the other). To review our full request policy please click here.
What is the refund policy?
Guelph Soccer will accept refunds 30 days prior to the start of the program. All refunds are subject to a $30 player administrative fee. To review our full refund police please click here.