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100 organizations support Soccer Canada's Free Kick Initiative – Try it for Events

100 organizations support Soccer Canada's Free Kick Initiative – Try it for Events

100 distinct organizations from across the country will be hosting Canadian Soccer Free Kick Events – Try it out to help welcome new participants to Canada and celebrate inclusion in organized soccer. The events will run from March to May with support from Canada Football's Grassroots Development Grants and the Canadian Government's Community Sport for All initiative through the Ministry of Sport and Physical Activity.

“Through the Canadian Soccer Free Kick Events – Try It, clubs from coast to coast across the country are encouraged to foster a safe, fun and welcoming environment for Canada’s new participants in the beautiful game,” said Charmaine Crooks, Canada Soccer Representative. president. “With more than $1.2 million invested in our sport through support from the Government of Canada, Canadian Football can help build on programs that support our youth, coaches, referees and emerging leaders so they can positively impact and grow within the sport they love.”

Through several initiatives, Canada Soccer will invest more than $1.2 million in programs to provide more Canadians with opportunities to experience the power of sport. Initiatives already include Free Kicks – Try It events, Canadian Soccer in Schools, and Canada Soccer's IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equality and Accessibility) learning program.

“This initiative not only promotes the sport within our community, but also provides a valuable platform for new Canadians to connect, integrate and feel valued in their new environment,” said Tyler Hilstead, Weyburn Football Association Technical Director. “Your commitment to promoting inclusion and accessibility in football is truly commendable and resonates deeply with the values ​​of our Association.”

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The 100 Canadian organizations will receive cumulative grants of $100,000 to help support Free Kick – Try It events ($1,000 grant per organization). The 100 events will be held across the country from March 1 to May 31, 2024 with a focus on welcoming more new participants to Canada and celebrating inclusion within each soccer organization. Canada Soccer provides leadership in the pursuit of excellence in soccer, both nationally and internationally, in collaboration with its members and stakeholders. Working collaboratively with our partners, Canada Soccer strives to lead Canada to victory and lead Canadians to a lifelong passion for soccer.


British Columbia / British Columbia
Abbotsford Football Association
Burnaby Football Club
Coast Club
Coquitlam Metro Ford SC
Valley Academy
Fusion FC
George Football Association
Juan de Fuca Football Federation
Thompson Okanagan FC (Kelowna United)
Marpole Football Club Association
Port Moody Football Club
Prince Rupert Youth Soccer Association
Thompson Okanagan FC (Kelowna United)
Westcastle International Academy
West Vancouver Football Club

Yukon
Whitehorse United Football Club

Northwest Territories / Northwest Territories
NWT Football

Alberta
BTB Football Club
Calgary Blizzard Soccer Club
Calgary Foothills Soccer Club
Calgary Northside Soccer Club
Football Association Calgary Properties
Calgary Southwestern United Soccer Association
Northern Edmonton SA region
Eastside International Football Club
Mackenzie United Football Club
Muslim Association of Canada United MAC
North Calgary Club
SC Central Alberta
Sherwood Park District Football Association
Southwest Chinook Football Association
Spartans Football Club and Academy
St. Albert Football Association
Victoria Football Club

Saskatchewan
Astra Sports Company
Aurora Football Club
FC Regina
Forza Football Academy
Lakewood Football Association
Weyburn Football Association

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Manitoba
Bonivital Football Club
Brandon United Co-operative Football Association
FC North West
Impact Football Academy
Morden Minor Football Association

ontario
Brahms United Football Club
Caputo Football Club
Caledon Football Club
Erin Mills Football Club
Fergus Elora District Football Club
Gloucester Dragons Football Club
Milton Youth Football Club
Mississauga Soccer Academy
Mount Hamilton Youth Football Club
Niagara Falls Football Club
Nipissing District Soccer Club
North Toronto Football Club
North York Club
Oshawa Cakes
Ottawa Gloucester Hornets Football
Pickering Football Club
Richmond Hill Football Club
Saltfleet Stoney Creek Football Club
Salt Youth Football Club
St. Catharines Roma Football Club
Superior Rush FC
Thunder Bay hail
Waterloo Minor Football Club
West Ottawa Soccer Club
Windsor Football Club

Quebec
Plateau Football Association
Chibogamo Football Club
Forestville Football Club
Phoenix de Saint Felicity Football Club
Football Club de Longueuil
Cosmos de Granby Football Club
Football Club Levis-Est
Optimum de Victoriaville Football Club
Solange Football Club
Saint Jerome Football Club
Roussillon Football Club
Anjou football

New Brunswick/Nouveau Brunswick
Junior Sports Association (San Quentin)
Kodiak Football
Fredericton District Soccer Association
Fendi Football Association
Football New Brunswick

Nova Scotia/Nouvelle Equus
Barrington Area Football Association
Halifax City Football Club
United Halifax County
Halifax Dunbrack Football Club
Storm Football Club
Suburban Football Club
United DFC
Valley United Football Club
Whitney Pier Football Club

Prince Edward Island / Ile de Prince Edward
Prince Edward Island Football
Winslow Charlottetown Royals

Newfoundland and Territories / TERRE-NEUVE ETRITOIRES
CBS Football Association
Marystown Minor Football Association

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