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KNSC Program Descriptions

ActiveStart (U4-U5) 

At the ActiveStart stage, the goal is to keep the children moving, active with a ball and develop a passion for the game of s...

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KNSC Gear Shop is Here!

KNSC Gear Shop is Here!

The #KNSC Gear Shop is Here! Just one click away. Shop to your hearts content and show your KNSC Pride!  

Visit/click our " Shop " Tab in the menu abo...

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Now Hiring Quality Coaches

Now Hiring Quality Coaches

The Kleinburg Nobleton Soccer Club is now hiring quality Head and Assistant Coaches. 

At KNSC we are always looking to hire QUALITY & passiona...

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Competitive players wanted

Competitive players wanted

#KNSC is looking for boys and girls who would like to join a highly competitive program that emphasizes all four corners of the LTPD model.  If y...

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KNSC Donates to Kids in Jamaica

KNSC Donates to Kids in Jamaica

Thanks to the generous donations provided by many of our KNSC families, children in Jamaica were able to play football in full uniform. This is a...

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Recreational News

Volunteer Coaches Information

Volunteer Coaches Information

At KNSC, youth soccer players find a safe, caring environment to learn positive values, social skills and soccer skills. Becoming a volunteer soccer c...

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Become a Volunteer Recreational Coach

Become a Volunteer Recreational Coach

At KNSC, youth soccer players find a safe, caring environment to learn positive values, social skills and soccer skills. Becoming a volunteer soccer c...

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Timbits Minor Sports Program

The Timbits Minor Sports Program is a community-oriented sponsorship program for children four to eight years old who participate in local house leagu...

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2019/2020 Indoor Recreational Program

  INDOOR RECREATIONAL LEAGUE 2019-2020 SCHEDULE
SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

YEAR OF BIRTH

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PLAYING FORMAT

GAME DAY  &am...

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U16 Boys Division News

For the this Outdoor Season:

These are inter club recreational boys teams. This season approximately half of the games will be played at home and the other half will include travelling to clubs such as King/Schomberg, Oakridges, Stouffville and East Gwillimbury.

Coaches and Sponsors needed. 

For the location of the fields - Click Here

U19 Boys Division News

For the this Outdoor Season:

These are inter club recreational boys teams. This season approximately half of the games will be played at home and the other half will include travelling to clubs such as King/Schomberg, Oakridges, Stouffville and East Gwillimbury.

Coaches and Sponsors needed. 

For the location of the fields - Click Here

 

U8 Boys Division News

For the this Outdoor Season: 

  • 4 vs 4 players and 1 goalie
  • all games played on a full mini field
  • Coaches and Sponsors needed. 

For the location of the field see "Maps" or - Click Here


KNSC is pleased to embrace this Grassroots soccer program (Game Leader Program) as launched by Ontario Soccer (OS). The intent of the small sided game is to introduce players, and coaches to the game, while encouraging learning, development and overall enjoyment of the sport of soccer.The game leader program is an introduction to “officiating” in children's soccer games. The main role of a game leader is to keep the game moving while limiting stoppages and assisting players with all restarts without blowing a whistle. Game leaders will be sensitive to the age of the children understanding that they are learning, showing patience and flexibility to ensure all players are involved and having fun.

image005The game leader, in this case, volunteer coaches, will always be approachable and enthusiastic. Creating a positive, fun safe environment for children to play in will help in the children enjoy the experience and therefore be happy to return to participate more. The role of a typical game official has changed at these young ages from being the “adult” in the middle who blows a whistle when a law has been broken, to being a person who can communicate effectively and appropriately with children, can create a fun, positive learning environment and assist them in their understanding of the game.

What exactly does that mean for players, parents and coaches? Each game is now being managed by an OSA accredited Game Leader who will supervise and encourage the children to play the game correctly. There will be one appointed Game Leader for every team. No match officials (referees). The Game Leader is 100% in charge of the game and is able to assist his/her players on the field at all times. Each team will be provided a Game Leader in which they will be on the field on game day. The game will have similar rules to that of a regular soccer game with some changes that each Game Leader will be made aware of. Parents should create a safe, enjoyable and positive playing environment for the children and do not emphasize winning or losing.

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