Registration evening for kids and adult soccer in Brampton

Registration Evening for Spring Adult and Kids Soccer

Registration evening for kids and adult soccer in Brampton

Toronto Footy Sevens is hosting a registration night for our upcoming coed, women’s and men’s leagues at the new field at Heart Lake Secondary School as well as our Footy For All children’s soccer programs for ages 4-11. Although online registration is always available, some players and parents had asked about paying cash or registering in person and we will be hosting a registration evening on April 4th. Drop by any time between 7pm and 9pm and we’ll be available to answer questions, take cash or credit card registrations and provide you with any details you may need about the upcoming season.

Whether it is our adult rec soccer leagues, Footy For All kids soccer programs or renting the field, Ryan, Andrew and Chris will be available to answer any of your questions.

  • Where: Room 129, Heart Lake Secondary School, 296 Conestoga Drive, Brampton
  • When: 7-9pm on Wednesday April 4th.

About our adult soccer leagues:

Our spring soccer leagues kick off in the first week of May and run through until the end of June. You can register a whole team for $750 or as an individual for only $85 for any of the 9-week leagues. All of the leagues are 7 vs 7, fully refereed and played on the brand new turf fields at Heart Lake Secondary School. We will also have a summer season in July and August and a fall season in September and October.

About our kids soccer programs:

Our spring program is designed to give 4-11 year-old kids a fun soccer experience with our great team of coaches and volunteers. For parents it offers a simple, convenient youth soccer option at a great price.

Our coaches will be working on skill development and refining technique for part of the session. However, our main focus is that the boys and girls in the program have fun and enjoy their soccer. No try-outs or kids left on the bench while the star players get all the playing time. We’ll treat all our players the same with a supportive environment and equal opportunity for all.

Spring 2018 will be our 2nd season of Footy For All programming at the new facility. We will also be offering a summer season in July and August and a fall season in September and October.

Worst Dive Ever? Spare a thought for the ref!

Dive

BBC Sport highlighted this incredible dive during a Chilean Primera Division game, and it really is something to see. We can’t think of ever having seen many more blatant or ridiculous dives than this.

That being said, when you see it from the other angle (about 0:50 on the clip), you can see why the referee could have been taken in by it. From the angle the ref would have been looking at it, the movement of the defenders leg behind the diving forward could easily have been mistaken for a foul, especially at full speed without the benefit of multiple angles and slow motion.

It just shows how tough a job referees have. So the next time you are playing and can’t believe that a ref missed or called something that was really clear to you . . . cut them some slack, it may look completely different from their angle!

Fortunately we’ve never seen dives like that in our leagues, and if you want to join us for men’s, women’s and coed spring 7vs7 soccer in Brampton, you can register a team for only $750 or individually for $85 at toronto.footysevens.com.

http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/43472827