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2021 Fall Outdoor

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2021 Fall Pre-OPDL Sessions(born 2009)

Kingston United SC (KUSC) is offering fall sessions to players born in 2009 who may be interested in playing at the OPDL level. 


Time/Days:  Wednesday's 5-6pm starting September 22nd 

Location: John Machin Soccer Park

Cost: No cost

Registration: See link below

An information session will be held at John Machin Soccer Park (Wednesday, date TBD) to answer questions about the program.

OPDL is the province's premier standards-based, youth high performance program and league that combines top level competition with strict high performance training standards. This innovative high performance program is an important component of the overall movement to adopt the core principles of Long Term Player Development (LTPD) across soccer at large in Ontario and Canada.  More information about OPDL can be found on their website

KUSC COVID-19 Return to Play Protocols

At the field:

  1. Prior to arriving please review the Ontario Self-Assessment for School Age kids:  At the Sign-In table, players or parents show the results(green with a check mark) from your phone or a printed copy.  We do not need to keep the printed copy though.  An example can be found below. 
  2. Arrive no more than 15 minutes before start time to sign in.
  3. Masks must be worn by players at all times except when playing on the field. Masks are required on the sidelines and must be socially distant. 
  4. Players must bring their own water bottle clearly marked.


  1. Only 1 parent at the field during sessions and they must be outside the fenced area(turf) or outside the field area(grass). Please socially distance and wear a mask while watching.
  2. For the parent that is going to stay at the field please complete the Ontario Self-Assessment  If 1 parent is staying their name will be required at sign in. 


  1. Coaches must also complete the Ontario Self-Assessment
  2. Masks must be worn on the sidelines but are not required on the field.

Field marshals are now required by Ontario Soccer during training sessions. This is to ensure players are socially distant on the sidelines and parents are socially distant while watching.  Please make it easy on our staff and volunteers and wear a mask and stay socially distant.  As we move through the phases of reopening some of these rules will be revisited by Ontario Soccer and Public Health.