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All Abilities Soccer Programs

The All Abilities soccer programs offers children and youth with intellectual and/or physical disabilities an opportunity to learn and play soccer.

Our programs are fully inclusive, designed and adapted for children with any disability or level of behaviour. 

Whether a child uses a wheelchair, walker, wears orthotics, or lives with an intellectual, communication (ASD) or developmental disability, we provide support (1:1 as needed) and welcome all on the field. 


Please contact program coordinator for more information

First Involvement (All Abilities Program Assessment)

If you and your child are curious about our All Abilities program, please come out and join us for First Involvement. 

First Involvement is a great opportunity to meet our program coaches, volunteers, and play games in a structured and fun environment.  Your child will be assessed at this session and we will determine if our programs is the right fit for your child.

Ages: 4-18 year olds

NEW opportunities will be available in the Spring of 2023!




Please contact program coordinator for more information

Active Start Soccer Program

The Active Start Soccer program has been carefully developed to assist children with cognitive disabilities learn Fundamental Motor Skills. Balance, jumping, hoping, skipping, kicking, bouncing, catching etc. are essential components of physical activity and important aspects of daily living. 

Ages: 4 - 7 year olds

NEW opportunities will be available in the Spring of 2023!




PFC Fundamentals Soccer Program

The PFC Fundamentals Soccer program has been designed to develop our athletes physical literacy and soccer skills, while providing an environment that promotes Fun, Friendship, and Fitness. 

This program is led by experienced coaches and volunteers who adapt activities for all athletes and is suitable for players of all abilities and skill levels.

Please contact program coordinator for more information

Fall Session - JUNIORS

  • Saturdays: 9:00 - 10:00 am
  • Ages: 5-12
  • Sept 24 - Dec 17, 2022 (12 weeks - no program Oct 8 Thanksgiving)
  • Cost: $125.00
  • Location: Fairport Beach Public School - 754 Oaklahoma Dr., Pickering ON
  • Spots: limited to 25 due to space
  • Subsidies Available: Click HERE

Fall Session - Seniors

  • Saturdays: 10:00 - 11:00 am
  • Ages: 13 - 18
  • Sept 24 - Dec 17, 2022 (12 weeks - no program Oct 8 Thanksgiving)
  • Cost: $125.00
  • Location: Frenchman's Bay Public School, 920 Oklahoma Drive, Pickering
  • Spots: limited to 15 spots due to space
  • Subsidies Available: Click HERE

Fall Session - ADULTS

  • Saturdays: 10:00 - 11:00 am
  • Ages: 19+
  • Sept 24 - Dec 17, 2022 (12 weeks - no program Oct 8 Thanksgiving)
  • Cost: $125.00
  • Location: Frenchman's Bay Public School, 920 Oklahoma Drive, Pickering
  • Spots: limited to 10 spots due to space
  • Subsidies Available: Click HERE



Please contact program coordinator for more information.

PFC Fundamentals Multi-Sport Program

The All Abilities Fundamentals Multi-Sport program introduces our athletes to new sports and activities. With help from our parents/caregivers and volunteers, our athletes get a taste of Soccer-Baseball, Baseball, Football, Soccer-Rugby and other fun sports.

Summer Session

Multisport programming will return in the summer of 2023.




Please contact program coordinator for more information.

Holland Bloorview Fundamentals Soccer Program (Tentative)

Like all hospitals across the country, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital is actively monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and taking precautions to ensure the safety for all clients, families, staff, volunteers, and students as the situation progresses.

As Holland Bloorview is a hospital environment, we have made the very difficult decision to postpone our soccer program until COVID-19 is over.  The safety of all those accessing Holland Bloorview is our main concern.

Ages: Jr 5-12 / Sr 13-18 at Holland Bloorview 

NEW opportunities will become available in the Fall of 2022 - please check back for updates.

 




Please contact program coordinator for more information.

Learn to Train Program

The All Abilities Learn to Train program has been developed as the next pathway for our advanced All Abilities soccer players. The program will have an emphasis on teamwork, fundamental movement skills, and fundamental sport skills including agility, balance, coordination and speed.

The Learn to Train program will be led by 2 coaches and 2 volunteers with a maximum of 14 participants, resulting in an athlete-to-coach ratio of 7:1.

Opportunities

The All Abilities Learn to Train program has been created to develop new skills, while also strengthening existing ones.  It is our hope that this new program will increase participant confidence as they move into new and exciting programs and opportunities as part of Long Term Athlete Development while creating an enhanced desire to stay Active for Life.  Future opportunities may include:

  • Amateur Soccer - Canadian National Para Soccer Team
  • Recreational Soccer
  • Volunteering
  • Coaching

Please note:

Learn to Train athletes must be approved to participate in this program.

Fall Session

  • Mondays: 6:00 – 7:00 pm
  • Ages: 13 (+) at the end of 2022
  • May 24 - Aug 23, 2002 (12 weeks - no program Oct 10 Thanksgiving)
  • Cost: $140.00
  • Location: Fairport Beach Public School, 754 Oaklahoma Dr., Pickering
  • Spots: limited to 15 due to space
  • Subsidies Available: Click HERE

Please contact program coordinator for more information.

5-aside blind soccer

Football 5-a-side, also known as blind football, is an adaptation of football for athletes with a visual impairment.

Football 5-a-side teams are made up of four outfield players and one goalkeeper. Outfield players must be classified as completely blind (B1 category), which means they have very low visual acuity and/or no light perception, whilst the goalkeeper must be sighted or partially sighted (B2 or B3 category). To ensure fair competition, all outfield players must wear eyeshades. Teams can also have off-field guides to assist them. The ball makes a noise due to a sound system located inside that helps players orientate themselves. As a result spectators must remain silent whilst watching the game until a goal is scored.

fall 2022-winter 2023

  • Saturdays: 9:30 – 11:00 am
  • Ages:
  • Cost:
  • Location: Bayview Heights Public School, 1400 Garvolin Ave, Pickering
  • Spots: limited due to space

Page Updated on: September 6, 2022