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Vision: To be a model community soccer club focused on the development of our participants and the accessibility of our programs, while promoting the enjoyment and rewards of soccer at all levels.



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fifa 2014 ticket reservation update [Sept 16, 2014]

An update from Community Outreach Coordinator, FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015


ONeSC - LTDP Advanced skills training program [Oct 25, 2014] Updated

(Former Nepean City program)

This 16 week LTPD advanced skill training program will focus on Ball Mastery, Ball Control and Balance, Passing and Receiving, Movement with and without the Ball, Dribbling, Shooting, Combination Play, Small Sided Game Play. The Program has been specially designed for Representative players (or recreational players wishing to play on a representative team).

This program will be run by ONeSC Technical Staff Coaches.

Registration: Register online here

Cost: $275


Location: OzDome 221 Westbrook Road, Ottawa ON



Boys (starting Oct 20th)

Mondays - 6pm - U8, U9, U10, U11

Mondays - 7pm - U12, U13, U14, U15


Girls (starting Oct 24th)

Fridays - 6pm - U8, U9, U10, U11

Fridays - 7pm - U12, U13, U14


ONeSC - Skillzz Winter Skill Development Program [Oct 25, 2014]  Updated

(Former Nepean City program)


This 16 week LTPD skill training program that will focus on Ball Mastery, Ball Control and Balance, Passing and Receiving, Movement with and without the Ball, Dribbling, Shooting, Combination Play, Small Sided Game Play. This program will be run by ONeSC Technical Staff Coaches.


Register online here 

Cost: $275


Location: OzDome 221 Westbrook Road, Ottawa ON

Schedule: The Program will be run Sundays between 3pm and 5pm (1hr sessions).


Sundays beginning October 26th.


Times are for both boys and girls


3pm to 4pm U5 to U8 (Players born 2006-2009)

4pm to 5pm U9 to U16 (Players born 1998-2005)


BU14DCL wins Gold! [July 29, 2014]

Congratulations to the BU14DCL team for winning 3-0 in the final game against the Gloucester Hornets. They bring home the Gold in the BU14 Tier 2 division at the GIST tournament on July5th-6th.
Job well done to Pasquale, Ron, Rory, Saul, Gianluca, Devon, Craig, Nick, Chris, Kristian, Aris, Mateo, Bradley, Andrew, Justin.
The team would like to give a special thanks to the guest players Mason, Ryan and Santosh.




BU14DCL wins silver at snakebite tournament  [July 29, 2014]


The Coaching staff would like to congratulate the BU14 DCL team on a job well done. They took the Silver at the Snakebite tournament after playing double overtime in the finals against St. Anthony's Soccer Club.








Congratulations to BU10 T2 Storm for their great performance at Mini World Cup by representing the country of the Netherlands. Although the BU10 Division did not have final games and all teams were awarded Participant medals, the BU10 T2 Storm team went undefeated for the tournament.

The coaching staff would like to congratulate the great effort and sportsmanship displayed by Aiden, Arun, Carter, Colin, Khelan, Kylan, Kyle, Malcolm, Mostafa, Santiago, Wyatt and Alex.

Nepean City/Ottawa Royals - Proposed Amalgamation   [June 9, 2014]


Dear members:


As a follow-up to our previous communications regarding Club Development initiatives, it is with anticipation and enthusiasm that we are writing to members today to inform you that the Boards of the Nepean City Storm and Ottawa Royals Soccer Clubs have agreed in principle for the Clubs to combine as one. <Click here for the entire message>.

FIFA Women's world cup 2015  [May 3, 2014]

A new Ottawa specific website has been launched for fans looking for information, photos, and videos on the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015.







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.

As a follow-up to the September 11th Club Development Announcement (link below), the Nepean City, Nepean Hotspurs and Ottawa Royals Soccer Clubs will be holding town halls throughout this process to engage their members and provide an opportunity to provide input about this initiative. The first of these town halls will take place over the next two weeks. Details regarding the Nepean Hotspurs and Ottawa Royals town halls are available on their websites.

Nepean City Soccer Club (Open to all Nepean City members/parents)
Wednesday, October 9, 2013, 8:00pm
Location: Knoxdale Public School library - Upstairs at 170 Greenbank Road

Please direct any questions or comments to:

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.  


Last Modified: 2015-01-20


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