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Newly Registered or Returning Player? Welcome!

We are thrilled to have you on board, kicking off an exciting journey together on the field. Our registration period lasts until April, during which we will be accepting players. Once registration closes, we will assign players to teams. You will be notified once this process is complete, letting you know which team and coach you or your child has been assigned to.

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Uniform Pick Up

Youth (U4-U10) - Saturday, April 27th, 2024. Players will receive their soccer kit, including a jersey, soccer socks, soccer shorts, and a soccer ball. Stay tuned for further details as we finalize the arrangements!

Update: We were thrilled to see many of you on Saturday during the uniform distribution at Clarke Road! For those who were unable to obtain their uniforms over the weekend, don't worry! We have made arrangements to ensure that your uniforms will be available for collection for your first practice or game at the soccer field next week at Saint Julien Park. Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

Teen (U12-U16) - Date, time, and location will be provided

Adult - Date, time, and location will be provided

PowerUp Connect

We encourage you to install the PowerUp Connect app on your mobile phone. This app is your resource throughout the soccer season, providing you with access to information such as schedules, dates, times, and field locations. It also serves as a communication tool, keeping you informed of any weather-related cancellations.

Find the app in the App Store (iPhone) or Google Play (Android, Samsung, Google, Motorola...)

Field Locations & Numbers

Soccer facilities typically feature multiple numbered fields, and the soccer schedule will specify the designated field for each game.

For all the details and field locations, click here to visit our field location page, providing information on field numbering.


Celebrating Unity in Sport: East London Soccer Club's Friendly and Inclusive Community

East London Soccer Club is committed to maintaining a friendly atmosphere, providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for individuals of diverse backgrounds and cultures. As a close-knit community, we all come together at our hub to share the joy of sports. It's a space where camaraderie prevails, emphasizing enjoyment over competition. Everyone is valued and embraced for their unique contributions, making our club a place where the magic of sport is celebrated together.

The "Rzone" program at City of London facilities enforces a zero-tolerance policy for violations, promoting respect and responsibility. Adopted from Oakville, it serves as a proactive strategy for fostering positive behavior, with a dedicated by-law and policy now in effect.


Spectators and the sideline

We greatly appreciate the support of all our spectators and parents during games. While we wholeheartedly welcome parents, family, and friends cheering on their player from the sidelines, we kindly request that you refrain from giving players instructions or becoming directly involved in the gameplay. This allows our  athletes to focus on effective communication with their teammates and attentiveness to their coach or referee. Maintaining this environment ensures a positive and productive experience for all. Thank you for your cooperation!


Jewellery & Apparel

Players are to be in full uniform for games and practices. For safety measures, please adhere to these jewellery and apparel rules while on the field.

  1. No earrings or piercings allowed
  2. No hard headbands, bobby pins or hair clips
  3. No jewellery
  4. Soft headbands are allowed
  5. Shin guards are mandatory at all games and practices for player to be on the field. Socks must be worn over the shin guard and pulled up to cover the top of it.
  6. Cleats are not mandatory but highly recommended for safety purposes
  7. Prescription eye wear, medical alert bracelets and hearing aides are allowed
  8. No sunglasses allowed
  9. Casts - Hard casts of any type are considered dangerous and are no longer permitted. Any braces or soft cast material containing metal are not permitted. Hard casts cannot be wrapped to make them safe.