The Peterborough City Soccer Association provides high-calibre player development and playing opportunities at the talented/elite 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 the Menu buttons for more options. You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.
** PCSA Newsletter – October 2021 (click to view) **
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Fall Training Is Underway
Outdoor fall training at Eastgate Park for U9 to U18 teams runs from Saturday, October 2 until October 30 with 2 sessions per week, except October 9 (Thanksgiving). You can find the Fall Training Schedule here.
Indoor training for U9 to U18 teams will commence on 20 November. Details will be published shortly.
U6-U8 Development Program
Registration for the 2022 U6-U8 Development Program for players born in 2014-2016 will remain open until the spring of 2022 or until the maximum number of players have registered. Please contact Coach Leanne to confirm your interest or to get more information about the program. Places will not be guaranteed until you submit a registration form and payment is made. Players who attended Orientation days in September or submit a registration form will be contacted by the coach with details of the program in the spring of 2022.
2022 Coaching Appointments
PCSA is pleased to announce team head coach and technical team coach appointments for the 2022 season. Please go to the Coaches page for a list of the 2022 coaches.
2022 Senior and U21 Men’s and Women’s Teams
PCSA is planning to operate U21 and Senior Men’s and Women’s teams teams in the summer of 2022, for players born in 2001 and before. Recruitment will take place in the spring of 2022, however if you wish to express an interest please contact the Men’s or Women’s team head coach.
Just When You Least Expect It …..
The U14 Girls squad got an unexpected bonus when they travelled to York Lions Stadium to watch the Canadian Premier League game between York United and FC Edmonton on October 17. In the parking lot head coach Rich Bergman spotted Canadian Men’s National Team and Toronto FC player Richie Laryea who was also taking in the game. Richie was happy to pose for a photograph with a surprised group of the girls.
PCSA Receives $15,000 Jumpstart Grant
When the pandemic and state of emergency was declared in March 2020, PCSA paused all soccer programs for its 200+ families and 350+ players. This has placed a financial strain on PCSA players, families, and operations. There will be additional costs associated with starting up again due to enhanced health and safety regulations. Now PCSA has been approved for a $15,000 grant from Jumpstart’s Sport Relief Fund which is sponsored by Canadian Tire Corporation. The scheme is designed to help sport and recreation organizations build back sport and play in Canada.
“With Jumpstart’s support, PCSA will be able to purchase the personal protective equipment needed for a safe re-start anticipated this summer”, said PCSA President Dan Moore. “It will also be used to purchase a practice t-shirt for every player, further easing the registration burden on players and families. Operationally, Jumpstart will support staff honorariums over the summer, staff who have been volunteering since June 2020”.