The Peterborough City Soccer Association provides player development and playing opportunities at the representative level for youth and adult soccer players in the greater Peterborough area. If you want to find out what’s happening at our club, then keep reading or click on one of the links on the left. You can find more stories on the News page.
Family Fun Day – Help Wanted
Your PCSA is investigating bringing back our Family Fun Day this summer in an effort to bring some additional fun and comradery to our club! In order to do this effectively, we would like to form a committee of about 4 or 5 people. The only criteria we are looking for are fun, energetic and creative people. The committee will plan everything from the date of the event to all of the fun activities of the day itself. If you are interested in this fun opportunity, please contact Vic Waselenko, Director of Coaching.
Essay Contest – Win a Pair of TFC Tickets
The PCSA invites all players aged 12 and under to enter our mini essay contest. The prize is 2 tickets to a Toronto FC match at BMO Field. The contest winner will be able to select a home date in June, July or August. Entrants are asked to write a 1-page essay (approximately 250 words double-spaced) on why they love soccer and why they want to go to a TFC game. Entries will be judged on persuasiveness and originality. Entries and any questions you may have should be sent to PCSA President James Onusko. Please include your contact information with each entry. The contest runs until May 31 with the winner selected shortly after by a panel of three (3) judges.
PCSA Apparel is Ready!
The Peterborough City Soccer Club has partnered with Soccer Plus Peterborough to offer club branded apparel to our members and fans. Soccer Plus has two store locations, at 139 George St N (opposite the Holiday Inn) and in the boutique at the Spiplex (indoor season only).
PCSA players and their families receive a 10% discount on all goods purchased at Soccer Plus. Just mention Peterborough City Soccer at the checkout to receive the discount.
Go to our Club Apparel page to view a selection of clothing items. Additional items can be viewed at the store.
Ontario Soccer, eh!
A new look and a new name. The provincial soccer governing body we know as the Ontario Soccer Association or the OSA, is re-branding itself with a new name and logo. The organization will be called Ontario Soccer and the new logo, incorporating a stylized soccer ball, the words Ontario Soccer and the motto Play. Inspire. Unite. is shown on the right. You can read more about the announcement and watch a video at the Ontario Soccer website.
Becoming a Referee
If you are 12 years of age or older on 31 March 2017, you might want to consider becoming a referee. You can find out how to go about it by visiting the Referees page.
Players Wanted – U15 Girls (2002)
The PCSA U15 Girls team is looking for a few more players to round out its 2017 Rep team. If you would like to take your game to the next level and make some new friends who share your passion for sport please sent a quick email to Director of Coaching Vic Waselenko.
Following their bronze-medal performance at the 2016 Rio Olympics, the Canadian Women’s national soccer team climbed to 4th place in the FIFA world rankings, behind USA, Germany and France, easily surpassing their previous highest-ever ranking of 7th.
Saturday, May 27, ECOSA U8 Festival – Eastgate
Wednesday, May 31, Board Meeting – Eastgate, 6:00 p.m.
June 3/4 – Peterborough Festival for Girls – Beavermead & EastgateJune 3/4 – Peterborough Challenge Cup for Girls – Beavermead & Eastgate
June 17/18 – Peterborough Festival for Boys – Beavermead & EastgateJune 17/18 – Peterborough Challenge Cup for Boys – Beavermead & Eastgate