2023 Registration Form (U4-U18) (St. Columban SC)

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  1. St. Columban Soccer Club 2023 Registration
    Tier 1, 2, 3, and House League

    St. Columban Soccer Club is a community based soccer organization that is committed to player development and fun for all skill levels. We are an inclusive organization that has a goal of providing the best soccer experience for players of all ages and all skill levels!

    • Tier 1 and 2 teams are competitive teams that are at a higher caliber of play. U9 and U11 games will be within a closer radius while U13-U18 teams may be required to travel over 60 mins drive time to attend a game depending on the centres in their division. Games will be weeknights. You can expect one practice and one game per week.
    • Tier 3 teams are local travel teams that are at a recreational level of play with a focus on skill development. Games are usually within 45 mins drive time. You can expect one practice and one game per week.
    • House League teams focus on fun and player development; they play once a week in St. Columban (ages 3 to 13 yrs old) from end of May to end of July.
      • We hope to offer recreational and competitive divisions for U8 and Senior House League depending on interest and if we have enough coaches to help. We may also split Senior House League into different age groups if there are enough players to make it work.
    • **NOTE - local centres from Huron County (Goderich, South Huron, Clinton, etc.) will be joining the EMSA league this season which means there's more opportunity to play teams closer to us. Every effort will be made to try to minimize Tier 2 and Tier 3 travel distance and have our teams play against centres closest to us, especially for U9 and U11 divisions.

    This form is for players to register for the 2023 outdoor season for Tier 1, 2, and 3 teams and house league teams. We are asking you to choose which level of play you wish to be involved in for 2023. For Tier 1 and 2 teams, there may be tryouts if required. A separate form must be submitted for each player. If you completed the tryout form in the fall, we are asking you to also complete this registration form.

    Our fees for 2023 are:
    - $55 for each U4 house league player
    - $60 for each U6, U8, or Senior House League player
    - $125 for each Tier 3 player
    - $250 for each Tier 2 player
    - $400 for each Tier 1 player 

    Payment will be collected by etransfer once all teams are finalized. Register before February 15th to avoid a late registration fee. 
    *If you require financial assistance, please email [email protected] to discuss options.

    We are looking for coaches for house league and Tier 2 and 3 teams. Without coaches, we cannot run our teams! Training is required for Tier 1, 2 and 3 which will be paid for by the club. Email [email protected] or indicate your desire to help on this form.

    Please subscribe to News updates on our website to make sure you don't miss anything! 

    If you experience issues with this form or have any questions, email [email protected]

  2. Competitive house league games will have refs and follow regular soccer rules for each game
  3. House league players can request ONE friend for their team. Both friends must request each other. We will do our best to accommodate requests.
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    1.  This is a binding legal agreement. Clarify any questions or concerns before signing. As a Guardian of a Participant in activities, programs, classes, services provided and events sponsored or organized by Ontario Soccer, and its affiliated districts, leagues, clubs, including St. Columban Soccer, and teams and the sport of soccer, including but not limited to: games, tournaments, practices, training, personal training, dry land training, use of strength training and fitness conditioning equipment, machines and facilities, nutritional and dietary programs, orientational or instructional sessions or lessons, aerobic and anaerobic conditioning programs (collectively the “Activities”), the undersigned acknowledges and agrees to the following terms outlined in this agreement: 


    2.  Ontario Soccer, its affiliated districts, leagues, clubs, including St. Columban Soccer, and teams, and their respective directors, officers, committee members, members, employees, coaches, volunteers, officials, participants, agents, independent contractors, subcontractors, sponsors, owners/operators of the facility in which the Activities take place, successors and assigns, and representatives (the “Organization”) are not responsible for any injury, property damage, expense, loss of income, damage or loss of any kind suffered by a Participant during, or as a result of, the Activities, caused in any manner whatsoever including, but not limited to, the negligence of the Organization.

  2. INFORMED CONSENT AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK AGREEMENT - minor participant (17 and under)

    1.      This is a binding legal agreement. Clarify any questions or concerns before signing. As a Participant in activities, programs, classes, services provided and events sponsored or organized by Ontario Soccer and its affiliated districts, leagues, clubs and teams, and St. Columban Soccer Club (collectively the “Organization”) and the sport of soccer, including but not limited to: games, tournaments, practices, training, personal training, dry land training, use of strength training and fitness conditioning equipment, machines and facilities, nutritional and  dietary  programs,  orientational  or  instructional  sessions  or  lessons,  aerobic  and  anaerobic conditioning  programs  (collectively  the  “Activities),  the  undersigned  being  the  Participant  and Participant’s Parent/Guardian (collectively the “Parties”) acknowledges and agrees to the following terms outlined in this agreement:


    2.  I am the Parent/Guardian of the Participant and have full legal responsibility for the decisions of the Participant.


    Description of Risks

    3.      The Parties understand and acknowledge that:

    a)     The Activities have foreseeable and unforeseeable inherent risks, hazards and dangers that no amount of care, caution or expertise can eliminate, including without limitation, the potential for serious bodily injury, permanent disability, paralysis and loss of life;

    b)     The Organization may offer or promote online programming (such as webinars, remote conferences, workshops, and online training) which have different foreseeable and unforeseeable risks than in-person programming;

    c)      The Organization has a difficult task to ensure safety and it is not infallible. The Organization may be unaware of the Participant’s fitness or abilities, may give incomplete warnings or instructions, may misjudge weather or environmental conditions, and the equipment being used might malfunction; and

    d)     The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has been declared a worldwide pandemic by the World Health Organization and COVID-19 is extremely contagious. The Organization has put in place preventative measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19; however, the Organization cannot guarantee that the Participant will not become infected with COVID-19. Further, attending the Activities could increase your risk of contracting COVID-19.


    4.      The Participant is participating voluntarily in the Activities. In consideration of that participation, the Parties hereby acknowledge that they are aware of the risks, dangers and hazards and may be exposed to such risks, dangers and hazards. The risks, dangers and hazards include, but are not limited to:

    a)     Contracting COVID-19 or any other contagious disease;

    b)     Executing strenuous and demanding physical techniques;

    c)      Vigorous physical exertion, strenuous cardiovascular workouts and rapid movements;

    d)     Exerting and stretching various muscle groups;

    e)     The failure to properly use any piece of equipment or from the mechanical failure of any piece of equipment;

    f)      Spinal cord injuries which may render the Participant permanently paralyzed;

    g)      Serious injury to virtually all bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, tendons and other aspects of the Participant’s body or to the Participant’s general health and well-being;

    h)     Abrasions, sprains, strains, fractures, or dislocations;

    i)       Concussion or other head injuries, including but not limited to, closed head injury or blunt head trauma;

    j)      Physical contact with other participants, spectators, equipment, and hazards;

    k)      Not wearing appropriate safety or protective equipment, such a helmet;

    l)       Failure to act safely or within the Participant’s ability or within designated areas;

    m)    Grass, turf, and other surfaces including bacterial infections and rashes;

    n)     Collisions with fences, poles, stands, and soccer equipment;

    o)     Negligence of other persons, including other spectators, participants, or employees;

    p)     Weather conditions; and

    q)     Travel to and from competitive events and associated non-competitive events which are an integral part of the Activities


    1.      In consideration of the Organization allowing the Participant to participate in the Activities, the Parties agree:

    a)     That the Participant’s mental and physical condition is appropriate to participate in the Activities;
    That when the Participant practices or train in his or her own space, the Parties are responsible for the Participant’s surroundings and the location and equipment that is selected for the Participant;
    c)      To comply with the rules and regulations for participation in the Activities;
    d)     To comply with the rules of the facility or equipment;
    e)     That if the Participant observes an unusual significant hazard or risk, the Participant will remove themselves from participation and bring such to the attention of an Organization representative immediately;
    f)      The risks associated with the Activities are increased when the Participant is impaired and the Participant agrees not to participate if impaired in any way;
    g)      That it is their sole responsibility to assess whether any Activities are too difficult for the Participant. By the Participant commencing an Activity, they acknowledge and accept the suitability and conditions of the Activity;
    h)     That they are responsible for the choice of the Participant’s protective equipment and the secure fitting of the protective equipment;
    i)       That COVID-19 is contagious in nature and the Participant may be exposed to or infected by COVID-19 and such exposure may result in personal injury, illness, permanent disability or death and voluntarily agree to assume all of the foregoing risks.


    2.      In consideration of the Organization allowing the Participant to participate, the Parties agree:


    a)     That the Parties are not relying on any oral or written statements made by the Organization or their agents, whether in brochure or advertisement or in individual conversations, to agree to be involved in the Activities; and
    b)     That the Organization is not responsible or liable for any damage to the Participant’s vehicle, property, or equipment that may occur as a result of the Activities.


    1.      The Parties agree that in the event that they file a lawsuit against the Organization, they agree to do so solely in the province of Ontario, Canada and they further agree that the substantive law of Ontario will apply without regard to conflict of law rules.


    2.      The Parties expressly agree that this Agreement is intended to be as broad and inclusive as is permitted by law and that if any of its provisions are held to be invalid, the balance shall, notwithstanding, continue in full legal force and effect.



    3.      The Parties acknowledge that they have read this agreement and understand it, that they have executed this agreement voluntarily, and that this Agreement is to be binding upon themselves, their heirs, their spouses, parents, guardians, next of kin, executors, administrators and legal or personal representatives.


  3. Rowan's Law Acknowledgement


    What is Rowan’s Law?

    Rowan’s Law legislation was passed by the Ontario Government in 2018. This legislation is named in memory of Rowan Stringer who tragically died in 2013 of Second Impact Syndrome, the result of suffering multiple concussions playing rugby three times in six days. The legislation is designed to create a safer environment for competitive athletes, children and youth to play sport.

    Knowing how to recognize the signs and symptoms of a concussion, and what to do if a concussion happens saves lives. The Ontario Government is committed to implementing Rowan’s Law by putting concussion safety information in the hands of people who need it most. Increasing awareness and changing conversations in sport, at school and in our homes, will result in a transformative change to the way in which concussions are managed in amateur competitive sport and beyond.

    A participant is subject to a Concussion Code of Conduct for each Sports Organization they register with. The St. Columban Soccer Code of Conduct and the appropriate Concussion Awareness Resources MUST be reviewed before you can participate.


  1. Provide parent/guardian full name to sign if participant is aged 17 or under or provide participant full name to sign if over 18
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