for our Fall/08 indoor session is now open. Read below for Frequently Asked Questions about the league/season.
Who Can Register?
St. Michael's Soccer Club is open to
those 18 years and older, regardless of skill level and experience. You can either register as an individual player and be
placed on a squad, or you and your friends can register your existing team (minimum of 12 players per team). If teams are short players,
the league can help to make up the difference. Our goal is to make the game of soccer accessible to anyone wishing to
and when will the games be played?
The fall session of our indoor season will start beginning of Nov/2011.
All games will take place on Monday evenings and the season will run for 13 weeks.
Games will be played at the UItra Sports Centres located at 1510 Birchmount
Road (entrance is on Burcana Rd) which is 2 streets South of Birchmount and Ellesmere in Scarborough. Games will
take place at 8p.m., 9p.m., 10p.m. and 11p.m.
We will be hosting 16 teams with 2 divisions in the league. One division will
be for more skilled teams while the other division will be for recreational play.
Cost of registration?
The cost of registration for
the second session of our indoor season is $150.00/player (Team/Player provides own uniform) or $160/player (League provides
team/player with uniform). New individuals registering with the league who wish to be placed on a team will
be required to pay $160 which will include a jersey top.
This year, registration is on a first-come, first serve basis. Once
teams provide a deposit of either either $750 or $800, depending on the need for a uniform, your sepot will be held for
the upcoming indoor season.
Again, for team registration the league requires a minimum of
12 players per team.
For the Fall
2011 indoor season, teams will be fined $50 for their 1st defaulted game as a result of not being able to
field 4 players by the start of the game, and $75 for their 2nd defaulted match. As a result, registered teams will be required
to post a $125 bond which will be due before or on opening day. As well, fine payments for players incurring cards
will automatically be subtracted from the team bond. Should any team not have enough funds in their team bond to cover the
fine for a defaulted game or player fines, the team captain will be required to provide the league with the amount to cover
the difference before the next game. Cash for any funds remaining in the team bond will be issued to the TEAM CAPTAIN
at the end of the Fall 2011 season.
· It is mandatory that all players wear shin guards.
· Regular season games will consist of two 25-minute halves.
· Points for the season are awarded as follows: Win = 3pts, Tie = 1 pt Loss = 0pts.
· In the event of a default, the score will be recorded as a 3-0 loss for the default
will be fined for incurring infractions on the field that result in a card. Players receiving a red card (or 2 accumulated
yellow cards during the season) will be required to pay a $25 fine. Subsequent yellow cards will incur a $25 fine, and a red
card will incur a $50 fine. Click HERE for more information on fines.
· Teams will be fined for defaulting games. There is a $50 for the 1st defaulted game
and a $75 fine for the 2nd defaulted game.
· Teams will be required to post a $125 Bond. Team bonds will be used to pay for any
fines or defaulted games.
· In addition to receiving fines for red cards, players will be penalized for one game
following the date of the infraction. Players WILL NOT be allowed to participate in any further matches until all outstanding
fines are paid.
Teams will be fined $50 and will be awarded a 3-0 loss if any ringers are used
in their game. The league uses pictured game sheets to ensure all players on every team are registered with the league.
How do I contact St. Michael's Soccer Club?
We can be reached at (416)
817-8844. If you wish to contact us via email, our address is firstname.lastname@example.org Our mailing address is 1661 Denison Street, Markham Ontario, Box 76623, L3R 6E0.
Please feel free to contact us at any
time with any questions you may have about the upcoming soccer season.