News and Announcements
Stage one of filling in our roster is complete. We are looking for a couple of tier 1 calibre players to help round out our roster.
If interested, please feel free to contact:
Starting from Select Programs at U8 to high-performance teams at U18 and older, the Oakridge Soccer Club provides an opportunity for players of all ages & abilities to compete in the sport that they love and excel at. Supported by an extensive array of volunteer coaches, managers, trainers, and executive leadership team, the Oakridge Soccer Club provides community-based competitive soccer programs that support Ontario Soccer’s Long Term Player Development (LTPD) Models at all age levels.
Established in 1975, the Oakridge Soccer Club continues to be one of the longest standing clubs in the region. With each new year, there seem to be more ‘clubs’ or ‘programs’ offered in the greater London area, some fizzling within a short period of time. Oakridge provides a consistent approach to youth soccer development, regardless of the season. Our teams are successful due to the quality of players, families, and volunteers who support our direction.
Oakridge Soccer welcomes families from all over the greater London region. Our practice and game field are some of the best in the city with our participation fees being some of the most affordable across the region due to our business model as a not for profit, community-based, volunteer-managed soccer club. The Oakridge Soccer Club is always looking for new players & volunteers alike who are passionate about the sport of soccer and the opportunities it creates for player advancement, both on and off the field.
If you would like to be a part of a forward-thinking, inclusive, and positive learning environment, please consider joining the Oakridge Soccer Club executive board as a volunteer and help us shape our future. Our teams are always looking for support, feel free to reach out to an Oakridge coach, manager, or board member at any time.
Chris Veillon | President
The Oakridge Soccer Club is pleased to announce it will be fielding a U14 (2005 born) girls’ team in the 2019 outdoor season to play in the Tier 1 loop in EMSA. We are looking to add a few players to the roster so all girls are welcome to come out to these assessment. Please wear soccer cleats and shin pads, bring water and a size 5 ball.
The assessments for this team will be at Oak Park from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm on the following dates:
- Mon, Sept 17
- Mon, Sept 24
- Mon, Oct 1
Oak Park is located at the corner of Royal York Rd and Hunt Club Dr (behind the Superstore).
Based upon the assessments, invitations to join the team will be sent out to the selected families after Oct 1st.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:
Open sessions for Assessments (U9-U12) & Tryouts (U13+) start Tuesday, September 4th for all Oakridge Soccer Club teams from U9 to U17.
Please consult the Assessments Page for team-specific information regarding sessions this fall:
All sessions are free of charge to attend, players DO NOT need to register in advance to participate though it is recommended to contact the Head Coach or Manager before attending a session.
As a community based, not for profit organization, the Oakridge Soccer Club promotes a safe and forward-thinking environment for all players to enjoy the game of soccer. Supported by a group of dedicated volunteers, we strive to compete at the highest levels our teams can reach, regardless of the season.
Good luck to all players!
Oakridge Soccer Club
The Oakridge Soccer Club is actively looking for volunteers to join its Executive Board starting September 1st, 2018.
As a not for profit, volunteers based organization, we pride ourselves in providing a positive & forward-thinking environment for competitive soccer players to excel in. With our recent growth in player & team registrations, we have immediate openings for the following volunteer positions on the executive board:
The Executive Board sets the strategic direction of the competitive soccer club on an annual basis. The Board will meet monthly to review operations, finance, teams, and general functions of the organization. The group will also be responsible for developing and executing the 2023 Strategic Growth Plan. Due the organization’s growth, there is an immediate need for more volunteers to help keep moving forward.
Volunteers DO NOT need to be coaches or managers as we are looking to the general London community for professionals who would like to volunteer a few hours a month to grow the Oakridge Soccer Club.
To learn more, please visit the About Us tab or click here: http://www.oakridgesoccerclub.ca/clubs/4656/pages/118311 .
For all volunteer inquiries, please contact President@OakridgeSoccerClub.ca