U7 – U8 orientation session at Eastgate

U6 to U8 Orientation – Spring 2018

Orientation and registration for the U6 – U8 development programs for children born in 2010, 2011 and 2012 will take place in the spring of 2018. Parents and players in these age groups are more than welcome to visit the clubhouse and view the facilities at Eastgate during the September 2017 orientation days for the older players. Club members will be on hand to answer any questions you might have.

Children born in 2013 or later are not eligible to join the PCSA for the 2018 season.

U9 to U18 (2018) Teams

The scheduled tryouts/orientation days for selection of Peterborough City Development (U9-U12) and Competitive (U13 – U18) teams for 2018 are now over (September 16 – 23, 2017). If you missed the tryout/orientation sessions or if you have any questions about the selection process you should contact the head coach of the team or the PCSA Director of Coaching.

What Happens After Tryouts?

The playing season runs from mid-May to August or early-September. Depending on the age division, indoor and outdoor training, development and conditioning sessions take place over a much longer period.

When tryouts/orientation are over, your main source of information will be the head coach of your age division. If you need additional information about the selection process you should contact the PCSA Director of Coaching.

See – Club Calendar

Age Divisions – 2018

Age divisions are determined by the player’s age on December 31, 2017. The age divisions for 2018 are:

Division Year of Birth LTPD* Program 
U6 2012 FUNdamentals (5 vs. 5)
U7 2011 FUNdamentals (5 vs. 5)
U8 2010 FUNdamentals (5 vs. 5)
U9 2009 Learning to Train (7 vs. 7)
U10 2008 Learning to Train (7 vs. 7)
U11 2007 Learning to Train (9 vs. 9)
U12 2006 Learning to Train (9 vs. 9)
U13 2005 Youth Competitive (11 vs. 11)
U14 2004 Youth Competitive (11 vs. 11)
U15 2003 Youth Competitive (11 vs. 11)
U16 2002 Youth Competitive (11 vs. 11)
U17 2001 Youth Competitive (11 vs. 11)
U18 2000 Youth Competitive (11 vs. 11)

*LTPD is an acronym for Long Term Player Development, which is Ontario Soccer’s mandatory program for delivery of age appropriate skills development and competition at the various stages of development for ages U4 to adult. While the OSA provides a separate LTPD matrix for Recreational and Development (pre-competitive) programs for U8 to U12, the PCSA follows the guidelines for the Development stream.