Soccer Nova Soccer is pleased to announce that four member clubs have been granted our Quality Soccer Provider designation. As part of the March 2023 cohort of the National Youth Club Licensing Program. Thank you to all who have worked hard to reach the first stage in the Club Soccer License Program.
Soccer Nova Scotia is proud to be taking this step as a club, promoting the growth of soccer in our community!
Canada Soccer’s Club Licensing is a standard-based support program designed to guide organizations toward the best principles for organizational development both on and off the pitch.
Quality Soccer Providers | Fournisseurs de soccer de qualité
Nova Scotia / Nouvelle-Écosse
Cape Breton FC
Halifax County United Soccer Club
Valley United Soccer Club
Soccer Nova Scotia will continue to provide year-round support and guidance to any organization working to meet the Canada Soccer Club license requirements. For more information, contact Soccer Nova Scotia’s Manager, Club Licensing , Marisa Colzie.
Canada Soccer has announced March 2023 updates to 23 clubs as part of its National Youth Club Licensing Program.
“We are pleased to announce that these clubs have committed to the standards of the Canada Soccer National Youth Club Licensing Program and have been able to accomplish the requirements of the categories that they have achieved in spite of the challenges of a global pandemic,” said Jason deVos, Canada Soccer’s Director of Development. “The Club Licensing Program exists to raise the level of soccer in this country and ensure a safe, welcoming, and developmentally-appropriate soccer environment for all participants in support of the Canada Soccer Safe Sport Roster.”
Starting in 2023, the Quality Soccer Provider designation is a requirement of membership to ensure that all member organization clubs meet the standards required to fulfill the requirements of Canada Soccer’s Safe Sport Roster which was unanimously adopted at the 2019 Canada Soccer Annual Meeting of the Members.