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House League is a community-based recreational league open to all players of any skill level and ability. Our House League program is strategically designed to offer fun and excitement to children in a team format, while supporting a healthy and active lifestyle for all players. The program is aligned with Long Term Player Development (LTPD) guidelines put forth by Ontario Soccer, ensuring players get enough touches on the ball and are able to truly enjoy the beautiful game!
Coaches in this program are volunteers from our community, who are supported both on and off the field by our Club's Technical Coaching Staff.
2021 COVID-19 Considerations
This year our programs have protocols included to ensure the safety of our participants and in accordance with the Government Framework.
Session Length Options
We are offering our program in different lengths, with 2 start dates to ensure families can join when they are comfortable.
- 14-Week Session: This session is planned to run from the end of May to mid-September, with a 2-week break after the 7th session.
- 7-Week Spring Session: This session is planned to run from the end of May to mid-July.
- 7-Week Summer Session: The session is planned to run from the beginning of August to mid-September.
Should Restrictions delay the start of the season, the session start dates will be adjusted accordingly.
We are offering 2 options for payment – visible in the Shopping Basket after you have chosen your programs.
- Pay in full for registration.
- Should session be cancelled due to restrictions, $25 will remain as a credit on the account and balance will be refunded.
- Refunds requested by family will be subject to the Club’s refund policy.
- Pay in 2 instalments:
- $25 per program due at the time of payment.
- Should session be cancelled due to restrictions, $25 will remain as a credit on the account.
- Balance due April 15th. This will be adjusted if Framework does not support an end of May start-up.
*Please refer to the program schedule for days and times for each year of birth*
House League - Born in 2015
Each week, the Intro to House League Game Leaders will lead a fun and engaging 25-minute practice followed by a 20-minute 3v3 game against other teams in the league. Each team is comprised of 6 players, and is supported by a volunteer manager recruited from families of players. Players will receive a full uniform kit with registration, including Home and Away jerseys!
House League - Born 2014 to 2011
Each week, Richmond Hill's Game Leaders will lead a fun and engaging 30-minute practice followed by a game against other teams in the league (please refer to the program schedule for exact timing). Each team is supported by a volunteer manager recruited from families of players. Players will receive a full uniform kit with registration!
House League - Born 2010 to 2003
Players will participate in a recreational game against other teams in the league. Each team is supported by a volunteer manager recruited from families of players. Each team will receive a 30-minute warmup followed by a game that is officiated by a Club Referee or Game Leader (please refer to the program schedule for exact timing). Players will receive a full uniform kit with registration!
No Jewellery Allowed
A player must not use equipment or wear anything that is dangerous to them-self or another player, including any jewellery. In regards to jewellery on the field:
All items of jewellery (necklaces, rings, bracelets, earnings, leather bands, rubber bands, etc.) are strictly forbidden and must be removed. Using tape to cover jewellery is not acceptable. Referees are also prohibited from wearing jewellery (except for a watch or similar device for timing the match). The players are to be inspected before the match begins and substitutes before they enter the field of play. If a player is discovered to be wearing unauthorized clothing or jewellery during play, the referee must inform the player that the item in question must be removed, order the player to leave the field of play at the next stoppage if he/she is unable or unwilling to comply, or caution the player if he/she wilfully refuses to comply.
If you have any questions regarding our programs or the registration process, please contact Erin Lennox at 905-883-2871 or email firstname.lastname@example.org