Leagues

Southwest Soccer (formerly known as SWRSA)

A Soccer Association located in South-Western Ontario providing an opportunity for any person to play organized soccer at recreational and competitive levels and to assist participants in reaching their potential through the provisions of programs for developing players, coaches, referees and administrators.


WRSL (Western Region Soccer League)

WRSL was formed by the Board Members of the London & District Youth Soccer League in 2006 and operated its first season in 2007. This level of league was developed to enhance the development of the local players and reducing the amount of travel required.


GRSC (Grand River Soccer Club)

GRSC’s mission is to advance soccer within the community, promote a healthy lifestyle and help foster the culture of soccer in the South Western Ontario area. They do this through year-round soccer related programming that assists participants in reaching their potential. They administer Ontario Soccer sanctioned Indoor & Outdoor Leagues, Recreational Co-Ed Soccer Leagues, Tournaments and the one of a kind SoccerFit program.


KDSL (Kitchener and District Soccer League)

Kitchener and District Soccer League is a competitive amateur Canadian men’s soccer league.


OWSL (Ontario Women’s Soccer League)

The OWSL is the highest women’s soccer league in the province of Ontario and is affiliated with the Ontario Soccer, Canadian Soccer, and FIFA, the world governing body of soccer.


OASL (Ontario Academy Soccer League)

The OASL is a strategic, board-approved pilot project where participating Ontario Registered Academies (ORA) receive full entitlements with Ontario Soccer.


OPDL (Ontario Player Development League)

The OPDL is an integral development component of the Talented Pathway, the primary avenue to playing opportunities at the provincial, collegiate, national and professional level.


Ontario Soccer

Ontario Soccer was founded in 1901 and is one of the oldest and largest sport organizations in Canada. Ontario Soccer provides leadership and support for the advancement of soccer in collaboration and cooperation with our membership, partners and other stakeholders by providing exceptional and sustainable programs and services. Ontario Soccer is made up of 21 District Offices and several Associate Members namely regional and provincial leagues. The District’s membership are the more than 600 Youth Clubs and Senior Clubs across Ontario. Ontario Soccer is a proud member of Canada Soccer and part of FIFA.


Canada Soccer

Canada Soccer is the official governing body for soccer in Canada. In partnership with its members, Canada Soccer promotes the growth and development of soccer in Canada, from grassroots to high performance, and on a national scale. Canada Soccer is affiliated with FIFA, The Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) and the Canadian Olympic Committee.


FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) 

FIFA was founded in 1904 to oversee international competition. Headquartered in Zürich, its membership now comprises 211 national associations. Member countries must each also be members of one of the six regional confederations into which the world is divided: Africa (CAF), Asia (AFC), Europe (UEFA), North Central America and the Caribbean (CONCACAF), Oceania (OFC), and South America (CONMEBOL).


IOC (International Olympic Committee) – Football

The IOC was created on June 23, 1894; the first Olympic Games of the modern era opened in Athens on April 6, 1896; and the Olympic Movement has not stopped growing ever since.  When he announced in Paris, on a winter’s evening in 1892, the forthcoming re-establishment of the Olympic Games, Pierre de Coubertin was applauded, but nobody at the time imagined the scale of the project that reviving the ancient Olympic Games, appointing a committee in charge of organising them and creating an international movement would entail.