Recreational All-Stars Program U9-U18

Summer U4-U8 Programs 2020

Recreational All-Stars Program

The Ottawa TFC All-Stars program is back for 2020.  The program allows players to train with some of our top Academy coaches, and participate in the champion's league against other players in the club.  They will learn some skills, compete against various other young players, and culminate their experience with a fun "all-stars" festival in late July or August. 


The purpose of the All-Stars program is to give players a chance to learn from some our best coaches, as well as to identify any players who would be interested and able to play at the competitive or academy levels. 


This program is available for U9-U18 players, boys and girls, participatig in our recreational programs. If you are U9 - U12 you will start each all-star session with some skill work, and then move into the exciting champion's league festival on Saturday mornings.  If you are U13 - U18, you will train along side some of our competitive players/teams, with our competitive/academy coaches, also on Saturday mornings. 


Players that excel in the All-Stars program may be selected called up for games in our competitive teams, or invited to join a competitive team outright.

Program Details

Season Length:

This Program will not run Summer 2020. 

Practice Format:

60-75 minute training session:

  • For U9-U12: skills followed by small sided games with vairous rules (Champion's League) on Saturday mornings. 
  • For U13+: training and small sided games on Saturday mornings.
Training Dates:

This Program will not run Summer 2020


$65 per player

Player Requirements:
  • Players are required to wear protective shin guards and shoes at all games and practices.  Soccer cleats are allowed and recommended at all age groups.
  • No jewellery, hair clips or bracelets are allowed to be worn on the soccer field.  Ontario Soccer (OS) Policy states that all jewellery including, but not limited to earrings and watches must be removed.  Taping earrings is also not allowed.  Jewellery poses an unnecessary risk to all players. 
  • Casts – Hard casts are not permitted.
  • Eyeglasses – The club recommends that players who wear eyeglasses, wear sports glasses during games and practices for everyone's safety.


Please contact Jordan Lundin at

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