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No longer the Ontario Soccer Association, we present to you our new name, colours, logos and tagline. You are also able to watch the official announcement and reveal on

This is the culmination of two years of hard work from our Staff, Board, Volunteers and Partners, to improve upon the way we engage and communicate with our membership and stakeholders.

To share in this excitement, please join us in proudly showcasing these new marks on your websites, documents, social media sites and any other pertinent communication channels.


SWRSA Adds Training and Development Officers to Match Officials to the Team!

The South-West Regional Soccer Association is pleased to announce the addition of Lowell Williamson and Marlene Ford to our team as the Training and Development Officers to Match Officials.

Each individual brings an abundance of knowledge to the district with growing experience as OSA Match Official instructors, assessors, mentors, and assignors. In coordination with the DRC, Lowell and Marlene will serve the district with a focus of training on the Laws of the Game (LOTG), pre-season fitness, and assigning in identified leagues. 

SWRSA is excited to bring their talents on board and looks forward to the positive effect on Match Officials within the district.

          Lowell Williamson                                          Marlene Ford ____________________________________________________________________________________________

OSA announces date and venue for the Ontario Soccer Summit 2017

The Ontario Soccer Association announced today that it will be hosting the Ontario Soccer Summit 2017 at the Oshawa Civic Complex and Trent University (Durham Campus) from March 3-5. 

The Ontario Soccer Summit, which provides personal and professional development opportunities for coaches, match officials, administrators and soccer leaders across Ontario, drew over 500 attendees to the March 2016 event, held at the University of Guelph, with notable speakers coming from around the world to share their expertise.

Click here to read more about what to expect at the Ontario Soccer Summit 2017.


Kitchener Soccer Club Blind Soccer Program 

Check out the video below regarding KSC's Blind Soccer Program.  Please contact the Club with any questions or interest! 

Blind Soccer Video

Congratulations to Waterloo United 02A Girls and Kitchener Spirit U17 Girls A for their respective Ontario Cup Championship victories! 

Waterloo would come from behind to earn the U-14 Girls Ontario Cup by downing Oakville 3-2 on penalties.

Kitchener defeated Saltfleet Stoney Creek by a score of 3-1 to claim to the U17 Girls title. 


SWRSA Appoints Match Official Assignor to the District Senior Competitive League    

"It is with pleasure that the District Board announces the appointment of Marlene Ford as the new Match Official Assignor of SWRSA’s senior district competitive league (KDSL).   

Marlene brings more than 20 years of officiating, assigning, assessing and instructing experience to the District and to the KDSL.  Marlene is an Ontario Soccer Association (OSA) Fitness Test Supervisor, Regional Assessor and Provincial Instructor. She has been part of the Assessing and Match Official Training at National All-Stars, Ontario Summer Games, OSA upgrading clinics and the OSA Elite Referee Training Camp.  In addition, Marlene has over 15 years of assigning in various Provincial Leagues as well as in our District with the KDSL, OUA, and high school.  Marlene is actively assigning for the OYSL, OWSL, OSL and is now adding SWRSA’s Senior Competitive League.  

The SWRSA is looking forward to working with Marlene and the KDSL in ensuring the highest level of match officiating in the District's senior competitive league.  The appointment will take effect immediately."

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