Please visit the specific Competitive Team page for staff contacts, and feel free in contacting them to see if they are still looking for players. There you may also find additonal info, as teams may be scheduling additional team tryouts.
#KNSC Indoor House League is Here!
Please be advised that the KNSC Clubhouse will be temporarily closed between Friday November 16th and Sunday November 18th
The KNSC Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Lucille Abate as KNSC General Manager.
Lucille Abate has been a volunteer in soccer for many years as Past President of the York Region Soccer Association, former District Representative on the Board of Ontario Soccer and Past President of the Newmarket Soccer Club. Lucille has worked with KNSC in the past few years in securing funding for the Canada Summer Grants. With her vast experience both in soccer and in business, she will combine strong administrative and operations processes to our organization as we move forward with the revitalization of our club.
KNSC Board of Directors
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#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 you are looking to play in a serious, supportive, and motivating environment that will improve your individual skills, teamwork, and game understanding, the Coaches would be glad to hear from you.
Congrats to #KNSC GK Coach Camilo who achieved his newest professional GK licence this past week in Chile.
Congratulations to #KNSC 2003 Boys player Dante Di Pinto on his Ontario Provincial Projects Invitation.
Ontario Soccer is pleased to announce the selections for the 2018 Provincial Projects.
The Provincial Program is available to all Ontario Soccer registered players who are competing at either an U14, U15 or U16 age group.
The Ontario Provincial Development League (OPDL) is the primary venue in which potential Provincial Team Players are detected. There are however, alternative player detection options for those Ontario Soccer registered players who do not compete within the OPDL.
“We’re excited to see this latest crop of athletes come into the provincial projects. Their clubs have done a fantastic job developing them,” said Bryan Rosenfeld, Ontario Soccer Manager of High Performance. “We’re looking forward to working with them over the next few months to assist in fine-tuning their skills.”
The Provincial Program focuses on player screening, talent identification and benchmarking of players through competition.