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Match Official Anti-Bullying and Harassment Program

Match Official abuse is a common problem that can be felt across most sports at all levels, around the world. It is an issue that threatens the viability of our sport systems given games cannot take place without officiating. Moreover, recent data confirms that maltreatment is the number one factor affecting retention in soccer and that Match Officials are at increased risk for mental health challenges.

Kincardine Minor Soccer Policies

Player Equipment, Weather, Code of Conducts, etc.

About the Club

Kincardine and District Minor Soccer Club is a small & rural recreational based soccer club run exclusively by part-time parent volunteers.   We have a small number of executives that give-back to the game by donating their time and energy to provide different soccer opportunities each season for the kids in Kincardine and the surrounding area.

For more details on the Programs the Kincardine Minor Soccer Club supports please navigate to the Soccer Programs page on the website.

  • "Season Start" is in May
    • Kincardine House League (KHL)
      • games and practices the week following May long weekend
    • Lake Shore League (LSL)
      • practices can start mid-May (determined by the coach)
      • games can start the week following May long weekend
  • "Season End" is in August
    • varies by league and division
      • Kincardine House League (KHL)
        • mid-August with a house league season-ending festival for U4, U5, U6, U8, U10
      • Lake Shore League (LSL)
        • mid to late August with U12, U15 U18 season-ending tounaments

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Sponsored by Tim Hortons

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The Timbits Minor Sports Program is a community-oriented sponsorship program that provides opportunities for kids aged four to nine to play house league sports. The philosophy of the program is not based on winning or losing, but on learning a new sport, making new friends, and just being a kid.