Kingston United Soccer Club is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide organized recreational and competitive soccer in a safe and healthy environment. The club promises to foster the values and ethics of fair play and respect for others in all club activities. Through the ongoing encouragement, skill development, and training of players, coaches, and officials, the club will provide the opportunity for everyone to achieve their potential and will work to instill a lifelong passion for the game of soccer.
New this year: Soccer and Racquet Camp!! We have partnered with the Kingston Racquet Centre for our full-day camps, offering soccer in the morning and racquet sports in the afternoon, including tennis, badminton, and pickleball.
We offer half- and full-day summer camps, including Soccer and Racquet, Camp of Champions, Pre-OPDL Camp, and Positional Camp. Follow the link below for all the details!
Interested in becoming a Match Official for the upcoming season? All the information you need to plan your courses and register can be found on the Ontario Soccer website by following the link below:
For Kids Ages 3-7
(Born 2020 to 2017)
We are looking forward to this year’s Spring Rec Program!
KUSC follows the model of Canada Soccer's Active Start model. This program gives players the opportunity to develop basic movement skills like running, jumping, landing, kicking, throwing and catching.
The program runs on the basis of fun and positive reinforcement. Athletes will also take part in small sided games throughout the program, in 2v2, 3v3, 5v5 formats.
This is great way for little ones to get active and have fun, while learning about the game of soccer!
Dates: April 2, 16, 23, May 7, 14
Times: (U4-7, born 2016-19) 2-3 p.m.
(U3, born 2020) 3-3:45 p.m.
Location: John Machin Turf
Cost: (U4-7, born 2016-19) $100
(U3, born 2020) $95
For boys and girls ages 3-18, recreational soccer is an opportunity to come out and enjoy the game of soccer in a safe and inclusive environment. Rec teams have one exciting game day per week.
Check out the program details here:
Learn to Play U4-U7
Under the guidance of our Recreation Coordinator, parents and volunteers help these programs run smoothly, and teams are sponsored by local businesses. If you're interested in sponsoring your child's team, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our popular Mini Kickers and Learn to Play programs have grown so much this year that we've added a new location!
We now offer Mini-Kickers and Learn to Play in the west end at Old Colony Road Park, as well as at our east (John Machin) and central (McCullough) locations.
See the above links for dates and times.
If you've already registered for Mini Kickers or Learn to Play but would prefer to practice at Old Colony Road Park, please contact Eileen at email@example.com, and she can make
that change for you.
Jumpstart helps eligible families cover the costs related to kids' sports and activities. To learn more, click here.
Thank you so much to everyone who contributed to our Second Kicks donation. Seven boxes and a big bag of soccer equipment and uniforms are officially on their way to be recycled for use by communities in need.
Coaches are needed for U9-U14 teams, both Development and Competitive. If you're interested in mentoring young athletes and watching them thrive in soccer, consider becoming a KUSC coach.
For more information, please reach out to Ryan Day at firstname.lastname@example.org.
KUSC is excited to announce a new program coming to Rideau Heights. This program, for children ages 8-10, is free for families in the community and offers a valuable opportunity to be active, make new friends, and build skills in soccer! The program runs Saturdays from January 14 to March 4 from 1:30-2:30 p.m. at the Rideau Heights Community Centre.
We warmly thank all of our sponsors of this new program, including Shawn Murphy Certified Financial Planner (our volunteer coach), CUPE Local 2202, Lemmon's Plumbing and Heating, and Krown Rust Control Kingston. More sponsors will be needed to keep the program going, so please reach out if you'd like to get involved: email@example.com.
Congratulations to Grace Devries who has had a bright start to her university soccer career at Redeemer University in Hamilton. In her first year studying kinesiology, Grace is a starter in the Royals' defense. Grace joined Kingston United as a 10-year-old after playing with the Greater Napanee Soccer Club. With KU, Grace played in our grassroots, competitive and OPDL programs. We wish her continued success and are proud of her achievements!
Kingston United Soccer Club would like to thank AMJ Campbell for their generous support of our recreational soccer teams! Local support like theirs helps bring recreational programs to families in our community.
For more information about our local sponsor follow the link: https://amjcampbell.com/location/kingston-movers/
Registration is open! Click the link below...
Contact our Technical Director Ryan Day for opportunities:Tech@kingstonsoccer.ca
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