Welcome to St. Michael’s Soccer Club - Sunday Outdoor Soccer

We look forward to you joining us for our 18th season as registration for the 2018 Outdoor program will be starting in March 2018. Below is some important information about our upcoming outdoor program. For full registration details, please see below.

Email: stmikesoccer@rogers.com
Phone: 416-817-8844
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To register for our Sunday Outdoor Program, please click HERE.

For a summary of our Outdoor Rules, please click HERE to view on the details.  

 

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR OUR  2018 OUTDOOR SEASON

 

2018 Outdoor Season Details

  • Games take place on Sunday mornings/afternoons in the McCowan and Steeles area ranging in time from 9am to 5pm

  • Registration is on a first come, first serve basis

  • The season will start on Sunday May 13, 2018 and the season will end the last weekend in September (games not played on long weekends)

  • Teams will be guaranteed a minimum of 13 games, up to a maximum of 18 games

  • In addition to our 13 game regular season, we will be hosting our 15th annual Archangel Cup tournament midway through the season. All teams qualify for the tournament at no extra cost

  • Trophies will be awarded at the end of the season for the regular season champions, both playoff champions and finalists, Golden Boot winners and Play-off MVPs

  • Weekly stats are posted on all games

  • You can register as an individual, with a group of friends or with your existing team. Games will consist of 11 on 11 play (including a goalie)

  • All games are officiated by certified referees (1 ref in the middle and 2 linesmen)

  • We will conclude our season with an exciting round of playoffs for each division

Registering a Team

The cost of registering a team for the 2018 outdoor season is $120/player (excluding ref fees). Teams are required to have a minimum of 16 players on their squad. Ref fees for the season total $1,040/team and can be paid in 2 installments throughout the season. Therefore, the total cost for a team of 18 individuals would be approximately $175/player which would cover all registration and ref fees. Teams with more than 18 players would be paying lower fees. Teams are required to provide a deposit of 9 player's registration fees ($1,080) to secure their spot for the upcoming season. A fully refundable bond of $250 is also required from all teams before the start of the season.

Registering as an Individual/Small Group

The cost for registering as an individual or a small group is $210/player. This will include a full uniform (numbered jersey top, shorts, socks) and will also include all referee fees. If you wish to register as an individual/small group we will be setting aside spots to accommodate players however spaces will be limited.

Field Locations

The majority of games will take place in the McCowan and Steeles area. Our home fields are Elson Park, Coppard Park and Milliken Mills and Middlefield Collegiate Institute. There may be an occasional Sunday where due to kid’s tournaments, the City will force us to utilize other fields. For the Archangel Cup Tournament, some teams will be required to play on Saturdays  in the Pharmacy and Eglinton area.

2017 CHAMPIONS CROWNED

MS United - 2017 Division A Playoff Champions. This championship was quite an amazing accomplishment as the Division A was stacked with 12 top quality teams. In the end, MS United ended up edging out Immortals FC by a score of 1-0 in the playoff championship finals. It was a very tight game but towards the end of the second half, it all changed after Alwyn Duncan sent a beautiful through ball to Peter Mastrangelo who ended up burying the opportunity in the back of the net. This was the second time in 4 years that Peter Mastrangelo had scored the winning goal for his team in a championship final match. It was a great team effort by all players and this victory marked the teams 3rd championship since 2013.

North York FC  - 2017 Division B Playoff Champions. Although their regular season didn’t mirror that of 2016, North York FC still turned it on when it counted and had an  impressive playoff run. They ended up beating Unionville Stars in the quarterfinals and then beat the Regular Season Champs, Markham United in the semifinals. In the Champions Finals they took on the T-76ers. Despite being down a goal in the second half, North York FC rallied back to win the match by a score of 4-1. This marked their 2nd consecutive championship victory in the B division.