U13-U17 Soccer For Life

The Soccer For Life program is for our oldest athletes, ages 13-17, born between 2005 and 2001.  

All divisions play regulation 11-a-side soccer, and all games are played at RIM Park. Parent volunteers are needed to coach at these age levels.

At any stage in the LTPD model, players may choose to play soccer as a purely recreational activity regardless of their level of ability or disability, and soccer can certainly be enjoyed as part of a lifelong wellness plan. Players of all ages and abilities sometimes stop playing due to other interests, lack of success, shortage of playing opportunities, poor leadership, or other reasons. The LTPD model promotes personal success to ensure they remain enthusiastic and choose to stay involved in soccer and sport in general.

This league is run for social and fitness benefits that align with Ontario Soccer’s Soccer for Life program

Schedules are now live on your Powerup account. 

Age Group Division Day* and Times Session Length Dates Location Early Bird Fee Fee after March 31st
2005-2004 U13/U14 Boys Mon/Wed
at both
6 pm or 7:15 pm
1 hour May 7 – July 29 RIM  $235 $260
2005-2004 U13/U14 Girls Tue/Thurs
at both
6 pm or 7:15 pm
1 hour May 8 – July 29 RIM  $235 $260
2003-2002-2001 U15/16/17 Boys Tues/Thurs
at both
6 pm or 7:15 pm
1 hour May 8 – July 29 RIM $235 $260
2003-2002-2001 U15/16/17 Girls Mon/Wed
at both
6 pm or 7:15 pm
1 hour

May 7 – July 29


RIM  $235  $260

*Dates and times subject to change based on field availability/registration numbers*


Session One Session Two Session Three
Session Four Session Five Session Six
Session Seven Session Eight Session Nine
Session Ten Session Eleven Session Twelve
Session Thirteen

Physical training in the Soccer for Life stage follows appropriate guidelines in the areas of endurance, strength, and flexibility training to promote continued activity among participants. Technical training may present new skills, or it may simply focus on maintaining skills already acquired. Basic tactics are sufficient to enjoy the game, and the mental focus is on having fun, stress release, and maintaining a fitness discipline.

Apart from the benefits of lifelong wellness through soccer, adult recreational players can also become active in the coaching and administration of the sport. LTPD encourages the recruitment and retention of players, coaches, referees, and administrators as a means of supporting the ongoing development of both grassroots and elite soccer in Canada.

U13-U18 Rules (FIFA Laws of Game)

WMSC will make every effort to accommodate placement on a team with ONE other registered player if submitted by the March 15th deadline. All teammate requests must be one-to-one reciprocated requests. Should you have special circumstances or medical conditions that merit special consideration, please provide a note in writing once your registration has been completed. WMSC Teammate Request Policy


Volunteer coach directed session Referees on game days

Quality outdoor facility

11 a-side soccer w/goalkeeper

Each player receives a soccer ball

The U13 – U17 programs run for 12 weeks

Hats – No hats are allowed on the field of play
Bandanas – No bandanas are allowed
Sweatbands – No sweatbands are allowed
Head protectors – Only those permitted by FIFA are allowed (Concussion Bands)

  • No item of Jewellery may be worn on the field (medic alert excluded)
  • Earrings must be removed
  • Taping of earrings is not permitted
Each player receives a complete uniform (shirt, shorts, jersey) End of Season Tournament


Creating The Best Environment 

4 Holistic Development Model