Ottawa Carleton Soccer League

Here are manuals to help you find your way around the website, whether you're a club official, team manager, or both!

**In 2024, clubs are required to provide the league with a certified discipline panel member that either a) sat on a panel for a hearing in 2023 or b) commit to sitting on the panel for at least one league hearing in 2024**

The Ontario Soccer Discipline Courses are now open for registration. Please register at your earliest convenience because there are a limited number of participants in each course. If you haven’t completed the Core Discipline Certificate Course, please don’t register for the Chair Discipline Certificate Course.

Core Discipline Certificate Course Registration:

Chair Discipline Certificate Course Registration:

Case Manager Training Course: Registration:

If you have any questions or require a discount code because you registered for a waitlist or retaking a course please contact


The MilkUP Ontario Cup, the Provincial Soccer Championship, is the largest Club competition of its kind in Canada. One of the oldest sporting events in the country, Ontario Soccer’s Ontario Cup was first staged in 1901 and has operated continuously, with the exception of the World War II period and during the Covid-19 Pandemic in 2020.

The 2024 MilkUP Ontario Cup will mark the 108th year of the Competition.

The 2024 MilkUP Ontario Cup Entry Form is now available on the Ontario Soccer website. It can be found here

The Entry Deadline is April 3, 2024.  Please note that entries will not be accepted after the published deadline.

Under 18, Under 21 and Senior Open Divisions

These divisions will play under a single game knock-out format as has been the case in previous years.

Masters Provincial Championships

The deadline for entering the Masters Provincial Championships is May 2, 2024. The online Entry Form will be available until that date. The Entry Form can be found here.

Please check the MilkUP Ontario Cup web pages for updates.

If you have questions, please contact Robyn McComb, Senior Manager, Competitions, at

The City of Ottawa is asking people to stay off sports fields and baseball diamonds, citing the need for maintenance and drying time.

The fields could be damaged if used while in their current wet conditions, the city said in a news release on Thursday.

“While we have seen the snow melt earlier and have been experiencing above-normal temperatures, residents are reminded that sports fields and ball diamonds still remain closed,” the city said.

Weather conditions and the fields will be monitored throughout the spring to determine if an earlier start to the season is possible, the city adds.

Check out the article HERE

The Ottawa Carleton Soccer League (OCSL) is looking two full time summer interns. The positions will commence in May. This person must be a post-secondary student that will be returning to school in September. This person should be someone who can handle high-stress situations as well as be very detail oriented. This person should be able to work well in a team environment as well as independently.

Responsibilities and Expected Tasks:


Compensation and Working Conditions:

This is a full-time summer position. The successful candidate will be expected to work from the start of May to the end of August. This position will allow for remote work at least some of the time. The wage will be $17.00/hour, plus 50% of the employee's phone bill. Anticipated start date is May 13, 2024. Preference will be given to those returning to school in September.

Application Process:

Applications are due by April 19 at 5:00pm.

To apply, please submit your resume to:

Elliot Barkley

Ottawa Carleton Soccer League

Please put the job title in your subject line. No phone calls or drop ins.

We thank all applicants, but only selected for interviews will be contacted.

On July 1, 2019, new rules came into effect through Rowan’s Law, to improve concussion safety in amateur competitive sport.

Everyone can help recognize a possible concussion if they know what to look for.

A person with a concussion might have any of the signs or symptoms listed below. They might show up right away or hours, or even days later. Just one sign or symptom is enough to suspect a concussion. Most people with a concussion do not lose consciousness.

Get to know the "Red Flags" of a concussion

“Red flags” may mean the person has a more serious injury. Treat red flags as an emergency and call 911.

Red flags include:

To find out more about concussion awareness and Rowans Law please visit this website

We will be using a new website for the 2024 season. The system is the latest league management platform from E2E Soccer so it retains a lot of the features that you have used in previous years.

The biggest change is that the web site is now responsive so it will display much better on a smart phone or tablet.

The new platform uses Word Press technology so we are able to take advantage of some of that technology to improve your online experience.

You will also have the opportunity to customize your home page.

At the top right of the home page you will see a cog icon. Click on this to configure your home page.

There are currently two features to use

We hope to add other home page configuration tools in the near future

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