Sports Club Technical Director
SPORTS CLUB MANAGER
Known to be one of the best and most popular sports in the world, Mooredale is proud to offer two different streams of soccer! We are committed to providing a range of opportunities for all players to compete and develop their skills to their maximum potential. Offering soccer programs to youth ages U3 to 18+, our House League Soccer and Rep Development Program (RDP) allow athletes to explore their potential. At Mooredale, there is something for everyone!
House League Soccer (HSL)
With an emphasis on fun, skill development, and having a positive experience in the sport, our house-league is perfect for players new to the sport of soccer, or those not looking for a high level of competition.
Our Outdoor House-League Soccer is run out of local Rosedale Park and we offer divisions from as young as U4 all the way up to U16. The aim of the program is to provide all players with a positive experience in the sport, a chance to develop their skills, and most importantly a chance to have some fun!
For a full list of details and information on our house league program please click the link below:
Rep Development Program (RDP)
The Rep Development Program (RDP) is Mooredale’s developmental soccer program. RDP was launched in the summer of 2013, to provide a structured approach to skill development and competitive soccer here at the club. The program was created with the standards and guidelines of the Long-Term Player Development model passed down to clubs by Sport Canada, Canada Soccer, and Ontario Soccer.
Offering advanced skill development, Mooredale’s Rep Development Program is for those players in the U3 – U18 age groups wishing to play at a higher level than house-league. The program operates year-round, with sessions in both the indoor (Oct – April) and an outdoor (May – September) seasons. The RDP umbrella encompasses RDP, JR RDP, Ministars, Goal Keeper & Rep/Select opportunities.
For a full list of details and information on our Rep Development Program please visit the links below: