PCSA is pleased to announce Liz Chamberlain as the 2023 Volunteer of the Year “for her creative work in promoting the club on our social media platforms”. She has spent many hours posting on our Facebook and Instagram pages to highlight the many important club events, team highlights and coaches pick for Player of the … Continue reading "Volunteer of the Year – Liz Chamberlain" Volunteer of the Year – Liz Chamberlain
Congratulations to Abby Edge (tech coach and long time player) and Brad Kang (U18 Boys), winners of the 2023 Hogan Awards. In addition to helping out with the development program, Abby is an assistant coach for the U12 girls program as well as past volunteer and counselor for the summer camp. On top of his … Continue reading "2023 Hogan Awards" 2023 Hogan Awards
Congratulations to Spencer van Engelen and Nicholas Tripp, recently announced recipients of PCSA Mark Forster Scholarships for 2023. Both players are members of this year’s Peterborough City U18 Boys team and have a combined total of 16 years of playing with the club. The Mark Forster Scholarship was established by the Peterborough City Soccer Association … Continue reading "Mark Forster Scholarship Awards" Mark Forster Scholarship Awards
Spain 1 England 0, and with that Spain triumphed for the first time in a Women’s World Cup Final played on Sunday (August 20) in Sydney, Australia. Remarkably, Spain had won only one previous World Cup match prior to this year’s competition. Pre-tournament favourites such as USA, Germany, Brazil, and the Netherlands suffered early exits. … Continue reading "FIFA Women’s World Cup" FIFA Women’s World Cup
Without the referee there would be no game. Yet we are inclined to take them for granted, ignore them when they do a good job but let them know every time we think they make a mistake, and neglect to thank them when the game is over. Not any more. Kindness and respect are essential … Continue reading "Stop the Cycle – Change the Culture" Stop the Cycle – Change the Culture
Did you know that you can play soccer AND be a referee on your off nights? If you were 12 years or older on March 31, 2023, please go to our Referees page to see how you can qualify to become a soccer referee. You can register for the mandatory Practical Session being held in … Continue reading "Want to be a Soccer Referee?" Want to be a Soccer Referee?
The ugly bin in the corner is no more. No, the large storage container at Eastgate Park hasn’t gone anywhere, but it did get a major face lift recently. Under the watchful eye of local illustrator and muralist Jason Wilkins, some 20 students from the Integrated Visual Arts Program at Thomas A. Stewart Secondary School … Continue reading "Bin Beautification Project" Bin Beautification Project
The PCSA U11 (2009) Boys team visited the children’s ward at the Peterborough Regional Health Centre on Friday (November 22) where they donated a bumper crop of stuffed animals to the young patients there. The toys were purchased from the proceeds of the charity car wash the team held back in July when they raised … Continue reading "‘Tis the Season for Giving" ‘Tis the Season for Giving
The PCSA U10 Boys team wish to thank everyone who came out in support of their charity car wash on Saturday, July 20. They raised over $1000 in just four hours, with all proceeds going to the PCSA Bears for Kids project. Bears for Kids is a community outreach program operated by PCSA to bring … Continue reading "U10 Boys Charity Car Wash a Big Splash" U10 Boys Charity Car Wash a Big Splash
A big THANK YOU to everyone who participated at the PCSA Family Day on Sunday, either as an organizer, a helper, or just came to have fun. The big winners were the young players who enjoyed the dunk tank, the skills competitions and the fun races, as well as the Peterborough Special Olympics organization who … Continue reading "Family Day was a lot of Fun" Family Day was a lot of Fun
Fab Caravaggio of Rocky’s Cleaners was kind enough to clean all clothing items that were in the lost and found (2 large garbage bags full) so that they can be donated to local shelters, and he did it free of charge. Way to go, Fab!
The PCSA U14 Boys collected food items during the month of December to donate to the Peterborough area food bank. Several team members and their families took time out to bring the collection to Kawartha Food Share where they spent time helping with sorting and shelving.
Peterborough City Soccer participated at the first Peterborough Sports Expo at the Evinrude Centre. The event featured 35 local sports organizations together in one place to discuss and promote their sport to the general public.
A small representative group of players, coaches and board members brought smiles to the faces on the children’s ward at PRHC when they delivered several boxes of stuffed animals, games and toys donated by the club on Sunday (December 21). Since there were many more toys than there were children on the ward, the hospital … Continue reading "Toys bring smiles for Christmas" Toys bring smiles for Christmas
The second annual PCSA Pink at the Pitch fundraiser in aid of cancer research took place at Eastgate Park on Saturday, July 26. Money was raised through a silent auction, a 50/50 draw, a bake sale, and food sales. There were several personal donations, including a contribution from the PCSA Senior Mens team. Club representatives … Continue reading "Pink at the Pitch Pays Out" Pink at the Pitch Pays Out
The Peterborough City Soccer Association received a Community Betterment Award at the City of Peterborough annual Civic Awards ceremony at the Sport and Wellness Centre on June 10, 2014. Congratulations to all our coaches, managers and administrators who made this award possible.
Several current PCSA players were among the group of students from Holy Cross Secondary School who travelled to Honduras earlier this month (April) with the Friends of Honduran Children charity organization. While helping to build a new classroom for the school, the group also brought along 42 hockey bags full of donated clothing for the … Continue reading "We can make a difference" We can make a difference