One Day – Four Games – $250
Peterborough City Festival for Girls
U9 and U11 Divisions – Saturday June 3, 2017U10 and U12 Divisions – Sunday June 4, 2017
Application deadline: 20 May, 2017 at 9 p.m.Eligibility: Inter-District
Peterborough City Festival for Boys
U9 and U11 Divisions – Saturday June 17, 2017U10 and U12 Divisions – Sunday June 18, 2017
Application deadline: 3 June, 2017 at 9 p.m.Eligibility: Inter-District
Teams that are U13 and older can participate in the Peterborough Challenge Tournament that takes place over the same two weekends.
How to Apply
- Complete the online Team Entry Form;
- Pay on-line with credit card or PayPal (instant payment) or mail a cheque for the amount of the entry fee payable to “PCSA Festival”;
- Submit your approved travel permit (non-ECOSA teams).
Teams will play four quick games against four different opponents. This format will ensure maximum excitement and fun for all participants. The festival atmosphere will be further enhanced by the excitement generated at the Peterborough Challenge Tournament for older teams which is held at the same venues on the same day.
U9-U10 teams will play four games (7 vs 7);U11-U12 teams will play four games games (9 vs 9).
All games will be 25 minutes long with no half-time. Coaches are required to give fair playing time to all players and ensure that no player exceeds the permitted maximum of 80 minutes per day.
The schedule will be posted on the Sunday before the festival.
The Peterborough City Festival is open to Girls and Boys Teams from U9 to U12. Mixed teams can play in the Boys Festival. U13 to U18 teams can apply for the Peterborough Challenge Tournament that is held on the same two weekends as the Peterborough Festival.
The Festival is classified as Inter-District which means that teams from anywhere within the Province of Ontario are eligible to apply. The Festival qualifies as a Memorable Event for U11 and U12 teams. U10 and younger teams will be limited by travel time guidelines from their home Districts.
ECOSA borders on 5 neighbouring districts, namely Durham (DRSA), York (YRSA), Huronia (HDSA), Northeastern Ontario (SNE) and Southeast Ontario (SOSA). The PCSA clubhouse is located 40 minutes from the SOSA (Trenton – Belleville – Kingston) district boundary (via Hwy. 7), and 25 minutes from DRSA (Durham) district boundary (via Hwy. 115) therefore U9-U10 teams from SOSA and from DRSA are eligible to travel. All non-ECOSA teams will require a Permission to Travel permit approved by their District Association.
We welcome clubs to submit multiple teams in the same age division – please indicate in the comments section of the application form whether the teams will be balanced or tiered. Due to scheduling constraints, it is possible that the teams will be scheduled to play at the same time on different fields. Therefore it is advisable to have a separate coach or team official available to manage each team.
Teams must register at the Marvin Buchan Soccer Centre, Eastgate Park, 2150 Ashburnham Drive on Friday evening between 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm or on Saturday/Sunday morning from 7:30 am, at least 1 hour prior to your first game. Players are not required to attend the registration.
The following documents must be presented at registration:
- Festival Master Roster (2 copies)Right-click to download form as PDF or EXCEL;
- OSA Players’ Books;
- OSA Team Officials’ Books;
- Team Sheets (4 copies) – you will keep these to use at gamesRight-click to download form as PDF or EXCEL or WORD;
- Approved Travel Permit (for non-ECOSA teams).
You will save yourself considerable time at registration if you have the required number of all the required documents ready to present, and your players books arranged in the order that they appear on your Festival Master Roster.
The Organizing Committee reserves the right to change the format of play due to unforeseen circumstances.
Festival Chair: Bruce Rowe (email: email@example.com)