The below link contains details
regarding how to setup the team names in the new registration system (OSCAR).
Naming convention for teams entered in
Sports Engine - Updated May 2nd, 2019
Indoor Naming convention for teams entered in Sports Engine - Update October 23rd, 2019
Process for Ontario Soccer ID Card and
ID Number - April 4th, 2019
Updates from Ontario Soccer
Engine (OSCAR) - a Help Guide
OSCAR works best in
Google Chrome or Firefox. Many issues have been encountered when
using Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge.
District Staff from across Ontario
have created this help document to assist clubs in the use of the OSCAR
registration system. Our staff have received basic training in the use of this
program but are committed to assist our clubs as much as possible. Together we
can make this work!
Step 1: How to access Sport Engine
Please note, ONLY official
club administrators/ registrars should be given access to the OSCAR system. This
access must NOT be granted to Team Managers as club administrators are solely
responsible for the registration of players and team staff.
The document outlining how to access
OSCAR is available below:
If you do not have a login or did not
complete the provisioning form please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You must provide:
Name of Administrator to be added:
Email of new administrator:
OSCAR works best in Google Chrome or Firefox. Many issues have
been encountered when using Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge.
Step 2: Uploading Registrations to
· Please note,
clubs MUST use a “Naming
convention for teams entered in Sports Engine” when naming
all teams being uploaded into OSCAR.
· Help videos
have been created by Sports Engine to walk clubs through the registration
process. Please note when “Division” is mentioned, it actually refers to the
registration category (i.e. Youth Competitive “YC”)
· All registration
categories remain the same except for:
= Mini Outdoor Recreational (house league)
= Mini Outdoor Development (district development pool)
SR SO = Senior Recreational - Senior Open
SC SO = Senior Competitive - Senior Open
SR O35 = Senior Recreational - Over 35 (OT)
SR O50 = Senior Recreational - Over 50 (Masters)
YC = Youth Competitive
YR = Youth Recreational
Please ensure these
categories are used accurately as registrations will be billed accordingly
Do NOT use ORA
Due to some issues surrounding participant email
addresses, the EODSA would strongly suggest that no participant email addresses
be uploaded to OSCAR at this time.
each registration does require an email address, we would suggest each club
create an “SE email address” to be used for ALL registrants:
OSCAR Help Videos
Sports Engine have created 3 help
videos to date. These MUST be viewed in detail by ALL club admin who will
access the OSCAR system.
to access OSCAR
teams- players- staff
These videos can be found here:
A summary of the steps required to
submit a roster are outlined below:
on the Ontario Soccer tab in the left-hand corner in your
teams Sports Engine page and then Governing Seasons from the
Drop Down. Do Not click the Registration tab.
2) Select ‘submit
rosters icon’ (two options will be presented and you can only use one
i. Download the csv.
template - in sportsengine
in all required information
+ last name, team name + role, email, date of birth and gender
following page will bring to attention any required information that is missing
asterisks (*) will appear next to missing information
the ‘Import’ button to finalize adding players and
teams to the appropriate age group until there are no more teams left to assign
and drag each team into the correct age group/division
memberships and submit the rosters
player and staff review page will be prompted to inform you which players and
staff are being registered
Please note, when submitting Team
Staff, please add the position held by each staff member as a comment against
their name (Head Coach, Asst. Coach, Team Manager etc.).
Further Help or Assistance
As mentioned, District staff
have basic training in the use of this system, and while we are willing to help
as much as we can, Sports Engine Support should be your first option when
seeking assistance or clarification regarding the registration process. This
assistance can be accessed as follows:
the far right of the screen you will see a blue rectangular box- Click that
will then see 2 options” Contact online help” and “Schedule Support”- make your
selection and follow the prompts.
EODSA Assistance: email@example.com