Welcome to St. Michael’s Soccer Club - Sunday Outdoor Soccer
We look forward to you joining us for our 20th season as registration for the 2021 Outdoor program is now open. Below is some important information about our upcoming outdoor program. For full registration details, please see below.
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.
SEASON SCHEDULE POSTED
The 2021 Outdoor season schedule is now posted. All individuals will be emailed with their team assignments. If you have not received an email by Thursday evening please contact us by text/email to confirm your placement.
All players will need to complete the online registration form and will be required to complete the COVID screening tool before every game in order to be eligible to play - https://covid-19.ontario.ca/screening/customer/
2021 OUTDOOR SEASON INFO - SPACES STILL AVAILABLE!
The Step 2 guidelines for sports leagues have been released and we're happy to share that we can host 11 v 11 play with no restrictions. We'll be starting a 12 week season on Sunday July 18 and all programming will be based on the Ontario Soccer's Return to Play Guidelines and approved by the Provincial and Regional Health Authorities. We'll be combining both our Saturday and Sunday leagues and playing on Sunday mornings/afternoons in the McCowan/Steeles area. You can register with your team, as a small group or as an individual. Spaces are extremely limited!
2021 Outdoor Season Details
Games take place on Sunday mornings/afternoons in the McCowan/Steeles area ranging in time from 9:00am to 6:00pm
Registration is on a first come, first serve basis
The season will start on Sunday July 18 and will conclude on Sunday October 17 (12 weeks). We are not planning games for the August Civic and Thanksgiving long weekends but there will be games scheduled for the Labour Day weekend.
Weekly stats are posted for all games
You can register as an individual, with a group of friends or with your existing team.
All games will be played based on Ontario Soccer's Return to Play Guidelines
Teams will be organized into 2 divisions (Recreational and Competitive) based on your teams preference when registering
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
Due to the shortened season, we won't be hosting the Archangel Cup tournament this summer
If we're unable to start the season for any reason, players will receive a full refund
If the City of Markham forces our league to shut down the season early once the season starts, players will be issued prorated refunds based on the number of games remaining, minus a $15 processing fee.
Players will be required to conduct a self assessment COVID-19 check prior to every game. No player will be allowed to play if they do not complete or fail to pass the assessment
Registering a Team
The cost for registering a team for the 2021 Outdoor season is $160 per player - note there is a minimum of 16 players required per team. If teams have more than 16 players, each additional player is required to pay $160. This includes all ref fees for the season. Teams can secure a spot by paying a deposit of $1,600 (10 players). The remainder of fees will be due by July 11. 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 $175/player. This will include a numbered t-shirt 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. All individual players will be placed in our Recreational division.
The majority of games will take place in the McCowan/Steeles area in Markham. CLICK HERE for field locations
2019 CHAMPIONS CROWNED - FC Eagles and Bafana
The league would like to extend a congratulations to FC Eagles in Division A and Bafana in Division B for winning their respective Playoff Championship Matches and being crowned St. Michael's Soccer Club's 2019 Outdoor Division A and B Playoff Champions.
FC Eagles went down early to York Young Boys 1-0 but quickly rebounded to score 4 unanswered goals. However, York Young Boys scored 2 more unanswered goals towards the end of the game to make it a nail biter. However, FC Eagles were able to hang on for the 4-1 victory. Click HERE for more info of the the FC EAGLES team.
Congrats also goes out to Bafana who had an amazing season. Not only did they come out on tops during the regular season earning themselves the title of St. Michael's Soccer Club's 2019 Outdoor Division B Regular Season Champs, but they also ended up winning the Archangel Cup Tournament for Division B. In a great Championship Final Match, Bafana took on the T-76ers who were making their 3rd appearance in the Division B Championship Finals in as many years. However, it was Bafana's day as they ended up winning the match by a score of 4-0. This also earned them the Triple Crown Championship as they are only one of 3 teams in the league's history to win the Regular Season, Archangel Cup and Championship Finals. Click HERE to read more on Bafana.
FC EAGLES - St. Michael's Soccer Club's Division A Playoff Champions
BAFANA - St. Michael's Soccer Club's Div B Regular Season, Archangel Cup and Playoff Champions.
YORK YOUNG BOYS - St. Michael's Soccer Club's Div A Regular Season Champions
MYLES STANLEY OF MILLIKEN ELITES - St. Michael's Soccer Club's Div B Golden Boot Winner with 12 Goals
BERNARDO XHAFERAJ OF YORK YOUNG BOYS - St. Michael's Soccer Club's Div A Golden Boot Winner with 12 Goals
ARCHANGEL CUP TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS CROWNED!!
St. Michael's Soccer Club dominated in the Archangel Cup Tournament finals. The league would like to extend a congrats to the Division "A" Archangel Cup Champions, York Young Boys on their 1-0 victory over A.I. Also, Bafana ended up beating ABCDE FC from Maple Leaf S.C. by a score of 2-1 to win the Division "B" Championship. Way to represent the league! Both teams are the Regular Season and Archangel Cup Champs and have a chance of being Triple Crown Champions if they can win the Playoff Championship Finals this Sunday!
REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS CROWNED
The league would like to extend a congratulations to both York Young Boys of Division A and to Bafana of Division B for their impressive play all season long and being crowned the Regular Season Champions of their respective divisions. Both teams played impressive soccer consistently throughout the season to come out on tops in the standings. Photos of both teams to follow.
GOLDEN BOOT & GOLDEN GLOVE WINNERS
Congratulations also goes to Bernando Xhaferaj of York Young Boys in Division A and to Myles Stanley of Milliken Elites in Division B for their impressive goal tally throughout the season. Both players scored 12 goals (averaged a goal a game) throughout the season to earn the distinction and title of being the 2019 Golden Boot Winners for their divisions.
The league would also like to congratulate David Walker of York Young Boys in Division A and Andrew Good of the T-76ers in Division B for their outstanding goalkeeping during the regular season. David only allowed 13 goals during the regular season while Andrew let in 11. Congrats to both goalkeepers on their stellar play.
JULY 28TH - LAST DAY FOR ROSTER CHANGES
The last date to make any changes to your roster is July 28th. After that date, rosters will have to remain as is with no further additions or substitutions of players.
2018 CHAMPIONS CROWNED
United FC - 2018 Division A Playoff Champions. This championship marked the first Playoff Championship for the United FC squad. Although being to the championship finals on a number of occasions in the early 2000s, the championship title seemed to elude them during that decade. In 2017, they won the 14th annual Archangel Cup Tournament beating out 16 other teams to win that title. They followed that up with a Playoff Championship victory in 2018. And this was quite an exciting game. Despite United FC leading 4-1 at one point in the game, Indomitable Lions came back to tie up the match 4-4. With limited time left, Jerome St. Bernard scored the game winner to give United FC a 5-4 victory. It was a great game played by both teams.
Unionville Stars - 2018 Division B Playoff Champions. This marked the first time in league history that a team of free agents ended up winning a major championship title. This team was originally put together in 2013 by the league in order to allow free agents to form a team. Over the years, the team kept recruiting new players while keeping many of the original core members like Rooney, Tsotsos, Nelson, Thorpe and El-Bakastiny. This also marked the team's third championship final appearance in 5 years. Despite being down 1-0 to T-76ers in the first half, Unionville Stars tied up the game in the second half. In the middle of the second half, Matt Cooke netted the game winner and they held on to win 2-1 and mark their first (of many???) championships in the league.
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.