Eastern Ontario District Soccer Association

Ottawa South United is hosting the 2023 Champions Showcase Tournament this August 5-7th, 2023

Open to U13-U18

Register HERE

Registration Deadline: July 15, 2023


West Ottawa Soccer Club is hosting it's 2nd Annual Warrior Summer Classic Tournament this July 22nd – 23rd, 2023

Open to all Regional and DC 1 (L3, L4 or AA Quebec clubs) teams ages U13-U18 (2010 – 2005).

Registration Deadline: June 29th @ 5PM

Hosted by Ottawa City's Soccer Club


Kicking in the Capital

Boys (U9 to U18) – Aug 12-13, 2023

Girls (U9 to U18) – Sept 09-10, 2023


 U8-U12 – Oct 21, 2023


U13-U18 – Oct 27-29, 2023

Please find the new additional coaching requirements here:

Grassroots Community/ Recreational Soccer Coaches (U8-U12) are to obtain: Coaching Soccer in Canada, which can be accessed through purchasing one of the LTPD courses offered by Ontario Soccer. You can find them here.

Grassroots Competitive Stream Coaches (U8 to U18) are to obtain: Emergency Action Plan and Understanding the Rule of Two.

*find both of these courses in the multi-sport section on Coach.ca*

Ontario Soccer's Information Bulletin about these courses can be found here.

2023 Canada Soccer Coach Education Minimum Standards

Check out our map to find all of the Clubs within the EODSA.

Registration for Ottawa Internationals' Icebreaker tournament is OPEN:

Boys and Girls U9-U18


***The team entry, team withdrawal (without financial penalty) and payment deadline date is April 12, 2023.

Taking the next step forward in improving the game in Eastern Ontario, the EODSA is proud to announce that it has partnered with Jason Beckford as our first Technical Lead and Committee Chair.

Jason has a stellar resume, including professional play with Manchester City FC from 1986 to 1992. In addition to playing, Jason has his UEFA A coaching license and his Canada Soccer Youth and Children’s Licenses. He has coached at Manchester City, Bolton Wanderers and was a Manchester FA Licensed Tutor where Jason began his specialization in Coach training. Jason is currently an Ontario Soccer Master Learning Facilitator and Coach Developer and has delivered parts of Canada Soccer’s National C and B License courses.

The EODSA is on a year long mission to modernize its governance and membership documents and policy framework. While we work on those important pieces, we cannot forget that it is the development of the player that is always our guiding principle. Having Jason address the technical and logistical side of the youth game at the same time will, in the near future, see the EODSA in a leading role in soccer in Ontario.

Please join us in welcoming Jason to the EODSA.

OSCAR - our new digital ID system


Firstly, we would like to thank you all in advance for your patience and understanding while we transition to this new process.

ID cards will now be done using Oscar. Ontario Soccer recognizes this method as an approved ID method and so it will be accepted by all leagues, tournaments and events within Ontario.

The Sports Engine Team Roster Reports (TRRs) have a place for the player and coach photos. The TRR will go with the game sheet to every competition that the team attends. Nothing else is required and this is your full proof of eligibility.

Competitive Players

How do I get my new card? In order to obtain or renew your card, please send your photo to your club registrar.

For new players- supply this at registration.

Adult Only Clubs

For now please use your Drivers license until further notice. Exception: If a tournament doesn't accept that form of identification, then follow the new ID process.


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