Thank You Timbits For Your Sponsorship of the Innisfil Soccer Club
Innisfil Soccer Club .... Cleared to Start Phase 2: Starting July 28th
The Ontario Soccer Return to Play Guide/Plan consists of a three-phase approach that includes:
We are now in phase (2)
Phase 2: Return to Training and Modified Games (enhanced training & modified games)
Conditions: All Phase 2 Return to Train conditions are met
Inter-squad and Intra-squad modified games permitted (only within the Club/Academy)
Restrictions: No league, exhibition, festival or tournament games
Phase 3: Return to Soccer (regular competition, games and training)
Conditions: Social distancing restrictions have been lifted
The phases outlined above apply equally to all recreational, competitive and high performance level soccer.
Note: Ontario Soccer will determine timelines for each Phase in alignment with the Province of Ontario provincial health authorities involving government orders, restrictions and guidelines. This will be communicated via future Action Bulletins when applicable.
The Return to Play Guide also includes:
Additionally there is information on:
Ontario Soccer has also included information on Technical Resources, such as Sample Training Sessions, Return to Play Participant waivers, which may be used by your organization and links to COVID-19 Public Health Resources.
Dear Parents & Players
I hope this message finds you all safe and healthy at this very testing time for all concerned.
As the Technical Director of Innisfil Soccer Club, I would like to keep you all informed regarding the latest information on the 2020 summer season.
As Canada public health authorities develop guidelines to lift some restrictions on soccer in provinces in a responsible way.
The Innisfil Soccer Club has been collaborating with several soccer clubs around the country,
to help ensure that we are prepared for a safe, organized phased return to soccer.
We at the Innisfil soccer club have been planning for several scenarios based on delayed starts, including early, mid July or August start dates. These plans are aimed at ensuring that recreational and competitive programs canl be completed, using various models, Including extending the season and festival style tournaments to guarantee maximum games.
We are also planning programs that are small group skill development programs open to all leveals of player, that include a max 5 players per development coach, this will help accelerate all participant's development.
The latest information on Phase 1 soccer will be training only with no contact.
Our (NEW) Small group development programs, will be run by the Technical Director and the Club Head Coach, here are a list of programs that will be open to all players from Beginners, Intermediate and High-performance soccer players:
Summer training only; Summer camps weekly, ADP, ODP clinics , weekend Skills programs , road shows involving competition, speed factory ABC.’s and finishing school.
All programs and training would be Skills based for player development: 1 Coach 5 Players.
When there is a start date all parents and members will be sent our safe return to soccer policy, which will help parents understand all protocols and procedures that are in place to safely train or play soccer.
At this point we are preparing for the start date and would appreciate your support in keeping the program alive. We are a not-for-profit community soccer club, as such we depend on registration fees to operate seasonal programs. we are very optimistic about the 2020 summer soccer program.
Nearly 40% of our expected registrations were received prior to the Covid 19 shutdown, thank you to all the families that registered for the summer program.
Families that have not yet registered for the Outdoor Recreational Program, but would like to register may do so by confirming their place today online. If we are unable to start or complete the season. we will be providing a credit towards future indoor and outdoor program fees paid for those programs that are shortened or cancelled. The credit can be applied to any of our future programs and for any member of your family.
We are continuing to take advice from all the appropriate health and sports agencies. Please follow our website for the most up to date information.
In the meantime, I will be continuing to forward our weekly player development sessions to all competitive players, recreational players can also join this program to help keep them active while improving their individual skill set. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
On behalf of the board of directors, coaches and staff, stay safe and healthy.
Best wishes David Thorburn
Dear Coaches Players & Parents
These are very trying times for all concerned and during these weeks of uncertainty, the Innisfil soccer Club will be offering free weekly individual and family development sessions for all Innisfil Soccer Members.
Our coaches and managers are doing a fantastic job in forwarding all sessions to the appropriate members.
We will also be offering the same service for any members, past or present that would like to keep themselves active during the shutdown.
Anyone wishing to participate should contact email@example.com for session info.
From the board of directors and staff members of Innisfil Soccer Club.
Please keep safe, heathy, and helpful to all during this period of uncertainty, together we will be stronger.
Please follow the link above for all the latest Info on Covid 19.
Best wishes David
Innisfil Soccer Club take pride in developing in a fun and learning environment.
"To be the best you must prepare like the best"
Innisfil Soccer Club
1000 Innisfil Beach Road,
1000 Innisfil Beach Road, P.O. Box 10038 Alcona Beach
Innisfil, ON L9S 4Y7
Are you interested in coaching Competitive or Recreational Soccer?
Please contact David Thorburn: firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be weekly coach education clinics starting January 2020 for all age groups including House League and Competitive.
Referee Of the Year
Innisfil Soccer Clubs Head Referee Joe Silva presenting the Referee of the year award to Dakota Faichnie. Dakota has been playing and refereeing soccer for the Innisfil soccer club for 14 years.
David has over thirty years’ experience in professional soccer as a player, coach, manager, chief scout and agent. He is highly qualified and has worked extensively in Scotland and England with many clubs including Glasgow Rangers, Aberdeen and Greenock Morton as well as the Scottish and English FA. His qualifications include UEFA (A) Int. UEFA (B) License, Youth License. Children's License. Degree in Sports Development. Working with Disabilities Trainer Award,Coach educator for Coerver Soccer. David has also helped several young players and coaches reach their goal of playing and coaching in Europe and the USA including full scholarship’s. These Clubs include Chelsea, Southampton, Leicester City,Fulham, Crystal Palace, Birmingham City, Aston Villa, Vancouver White Caps, Minnesota and many more. David has spent the last 10 years in Canada as ED/ TD for Aurora Youth Soccer Club for 4 years and most recently with Whitby Iroquois’ Soccer Club TD for the past 5 years.