Welcome to the Nepean City Soccer Club
2014 East Region Soccer league game nights [February 12, 2014]
Evaluations for players wishing to play on all
NCSC representative teams begin February 15, 2014.
Refer to Evaluation
summer 2014 registration now open [January 25, 2014
Please note, if the player is new to the club we require a copy of the players birth certificate. If registering on-line, the birth certificate must be sent by mail. Note: Adult players do not need to provide a birth certificate.
british soccer camp coming to nepean this summer [January 22, 2014
Camp Hosted by: Nepean City Soccer Club
Camp Dates: July 14th -18th 2014 - Week 1 August 11th -15th 2014 - Week 2
Camp Location: Trend-Arlington Fields, 50 Bellman Drive, Nepean, ON K2H 7V8
Register online by May 30th - Week 1 & June 27th - Week 2 and receive a FREE British Soccer Replica Jersey!
We are pleased to announce a year of soccer camp partnership with Challenger Sports, providers of the USA's most popular soccer camp program – British Soccer Camps.
Hundreds of Challenger coaches each year have helped the company develop one of the most innovative approaches to coaching youth soccer in the US. Our experienced staff study the game at all levels and we have identified the key techniques and skills that your players need to work on and master to reach their true potential.
Each day includes individual foot skills, technical drills, tactical practices, small-sided games, coached scrimmages, and a daily World Cup tournament.
The Nepean City Storm (Tsunami) U13 girls are the 2014 Bob Rathwell Futsal Cup U14 Girls Champions. The girls played with great heart and determination and finished with a record of 5 wins 0 losses and only one goal scored against. They defeated WOS in a hard fought championship match. Way to go Tsunami.
Coach applications [December 12, 2013]
The Nepean City Soccer Club is now accepting
applications for Head Coach positions for the 2014 Representative
("Storm") Boys and Girls teams (ages U9 – U18). Projected teams who will
participate in the various youth leagues (Developmental, District,
Regional and Provincial) leagues are listed on the Club website (Boys &
Club Development Initiative update [December 14, 2013]
Club Development Initiative [September 28, 2013]
The Board of Directors of the Nepean City, Nepean Hotspurs and
Ottawa Royals soccer clubs have each unanimously approved the
creation of an exploratory working group to examine the
feasibility of the amalgamation of the three clubs. Information
regarding the creation of the Working Group and Questions and
Answers are available below.
Please direct any questions or comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Long Term Player Development (LTPD) - "The Kick Stops Here" [November 12, 2012]
As you may already be aware, Long Term Player Development (LTPD) is a major initiative across Canada and a primary focus of the Ontario Soccer Association (OSA).
On Oct. 15, the Nepean City Soccer Club hosted a special presentation on LTPD and some of the long-term benefits stemming from and questions surrounding LTPD. The presentation and Q & A was given by OSA "LTPD Champions”, who are well-positioned to address any questions and concerns that our club members may have.
We encourage all our members to read more about Long Term Player Development (LTPD) at the OSA website
Long Term Player Development (LTPD) [Aug 29, 2012]
From the Ontario Soccer Association (OSA): As the introduction and implementation of Long-Term Player Development (LTPD) becomes a reality across Ontario, we wanted to provide all those interested in this important development with an easy-to-access place to find as much relevant and current information as they possibly can.
As you will see if you review some of the materials and communiqués here LTPD is not a new concept. It is simply an approach to create a great environment for developing young players properly to their full potential—a philosophy that has already long been in place in the best soccer nations in the world.
Our commitment is to make the game more fun than ever before for the recreational player and to provide better development opportunities than ever before for those with aspirations for a future in the sport. LTPD is a key aspect of ensuring that will happen.
Please also take a few moments to watch a new video produced by The Ontario Soccer Association on what LTPD can mean.
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