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Welcome to Timmins Porcupine Minor Soccer WebsiteMonday, February 27, 2017  
  Indoor Season 2016 (Nov-Mar)
  Player Development
  Coaches Corner
  Tobacco Free Sports

  • Indoor & Outdoor 2015 Schedules-----May,08
    [General]During the 2015 season, the Club will not be issuing paper copies of team schedules.  The schedule(s) will be available for viewing/printing from our website under the 'Outdoo......
  • Children’s Fitness Tax Credit Amount increases-----May,08
    [General]NOTICE - Children’s Fitness Tax Credit Amount increasing to $1,000On October 9th, 2014, the Canadian Government announced that it intends to enhance the Children’s Fitness Tax Cred......

Please note that games are cancelled for Saturday, February 4th and will be changed to Saturday, March 4th 2017! There are still regular games this Sunday (February 5th)




 The British Soccer Camp will be coming to our club/community this summer!

Taking place; July 3rd - 7th @ Timmins Regional Soccer Complex. Register today at this link: https://challenger.configio.com/ShoppingCart.aspx?com=detailview&imp=f&iid=131371&&returncom=productlist





Attention Parents with children that require eye glasses,

please scroll down and read the club specifications for players.  



 What is LTPD? Long Term Player Development is about putting the player first and offering age-appropriate opportunities for kids to enjoy the game of soccer. Making the game fun is key in teaching and coaching, so that players will continue in the game and may even coach or referee as they get older. 

Click here for more information and HERE...


     League registration is CLOSED

INDOOR 2016-17

     League registration is OPEN



 Soccer North is our District Association

Click here to visit the Soccer North Website.

Click here to visit the Ontario Soccer Association Website. 























There are items that are not permitted to be worn on a soccer field as per the rules and regulations of FIFA, CSA and OSA.  The Club will make an exception to the rules and allow the following items on the soccer field pending a physician’s note:
  • A brimmed hat - If a hat is deemed as necessary then it will have to be a button-less (no top button).
  • Eye Glasses -  Must be flex frams combined with lenses made from polycarbonate material and a strap to prevent them from falling off.  Sports glasses/goggles have always been accepted and are highly recommended.

With respect to glasses, the physician’s note must state that the glasses comply with the following:

1) that a prescription is required
2) Lenses are made from polycarbonate material
3) Flex type frames for sports
4) glasses must have a sports strap
5) Full frame glasses only.
6) Glasses cannot have any sharp / pointed edges on them

Once a physician's note is recieved by the disciplinary committee that meets all the criteria mentioned above, a "Letter of Exemption” will be issued by the committee to both you and the coach indicating the exemption.  You must keep this letter with you while at the field, should anyone question the exemption.  


A player wearing an insulin pump because of a medical condition is permitted to play providing the pump itself must not present a danger to the individual or any other player and a "Letter of Exemption” has been issued.


Once a physician's note is recieved by the disciplinary committee that meets all the criteria mentioned above, a "Letter of Exemption” will be issued by the committee to both you and the coach indicating the exemption.  You must keep this letter with you while at the field, should anyone question the exemption.  

Please send us an email should you have any further questions or concerns (diciplinary@timminssoccer.com) or contact the office by phone at 705-268-6160






Fair Play Codes - All players/coaches/parents/spectators are to abide by the Fair Play Codes - this is recreational soccer with ALL players receiving the SAME awards except in U13 to U18 - stats may or may not be recorded.

Parents please note - stats/goals are not required for your child to enjoy and develop in soccer.

















All players are provided with a team jersey, shorts and socks.  Uniforms are the property of the players at the end of the season and will not need to be returned.

At each scheduled game or practice, all players are required to wear:

  • Shin pads
  • Outdoor soccer shoes (running shoes for Indoor Soccer)
  • Complete team supplied uniform (shirt, shorts, socks)

The following are NOT to be worn by any of our players:

  • Caps (except for goal keepers)
  • Eye glasses (Referee discretion)
  • Casts
  • Jewellery of any kind 
  • Only fabric type hair bands are allowed




Every year we collect clean (washed) jersey's, socks, shorts and even old cleats! These items are recycled and sent to third world country's.  You can drop off items at the office during business hours.

If you or someone you know would like to take a box to a third world, please contact the office.

Our last shipments were delivered by Rheal Gravel and has delivered items to many locations/orphanages in Haiti.

Click here for 2009 -Kauswagan, Phillipines

Click here for 2013 - Jerimie, Haiti



Timmins Porcupine Minor Soccer and the Porcupine Health Unit have partnered up to spread the word on tobacco-free sports.  

"Pledge" to be a Positive Role Model.  

Sport and recreation organizations play a vital role in the health and wellness of our community.  Read more about "tobacco-free sport" in Ontario.  Please click http://www.playlivebetobaccofree.ca to read more on the partnership.



 "Ombrelle Active Start Soccer Fest" (Finals Day) will be held on August 6th, 2016.







Many thanks to all of our volunteers as without you, we could not make soccer possible for the close to 1000 kids we have every year.

Many thanks to our sponsors. 
Click on their logo to visit their website or click here to see our list of sponsors 

Due to the large league commitment, there is a Sponsorship Program in place and we are encouraging all businesses, companies, groups, etc. to come forward such that all 52-60 teams are sponsored.  Sponsorship is fair during the 3 year term for businesses involved, as only a portion of the annual soccer expenses are covered. We would be pleased to speak to you regarding our sponsorship program.    (click here to find out more) 


Sports Video - How to talk to your child's coach




Volunteer Coaches/Managers:

Be aware that the projection of 52-60 teams based on expected registration numbers, will require the services of a minimum number of  120 coaches, co-coaches, and managers.  Keep in mind, when you register your child today:

  • Am I bringing my child to the gym or field on a regular basis?
  • Will my child's team be in capable hands?
  • Can I make a positive contribution?
  • Am I willing to learn the rules of the game?
  • Can I be part of a working team and share duties?
  • Would you like to relate to your child's friends and team mates?
  • Can I share part of my life's lessons to best help out?

We all started out as parents bringing our kids to the fields, but decided to offer our services as volunteers to help out the kids.  Timmins Porcupine Minor Soccer Inc. needs your participation to keep Soccer operating properly for all youth, throughout the city.

CTV video - No cheering at youth soccer games - Click Here

  Our Referee's

Click on Referee under the MENU tab above for more information  

An open letter to parents from a referee

Created by: webmaster@timminssoccer.com -- Last updated:Feb 02, 2017