North Mississauga Soccer Club

Coaching Pathway

For North Mississauga Soccer Club is very important to have the best coaches for our programs. That is why NMSC is pleased to offer all new and returning coaches the opportunity to take part in the Ontario Soccer coaching certification programs.

All registrations and payments are completed here. Coaches must also register online via: https://www.coachcentre.ca . Once payment is made you will be approved on coachcentre. If you have any questions please contact rflammini@nmsc.net

Team Coach Eligibility

A team’s coach and manager  will be the first point of contact for the inquiries related to teams and programs. They can escalate inquiries to either technical or administrative staff of the Club if required. 

The purpose of the Team Coach meetings is to inform and educate parents on the upcoming season, structure and objectives. Team Coach meetings are organised by the club’s Technical Director and facilitated by teams’ coaches. The meetings are conducted in-person at the beginning of the outdoor season April – May

Coaches who do not meet mandatory coaching certification requirement are not permitted to deliver soccer programs and cannot be registered. Please refer to the NMSC Coach Education and Reimbursement Policy. It is coaches’ responsibility to update their mandatary coaching certification when necessary and submit proof of completion to the Club.

How to become Team Coach

NMSC has established a formal procedure that must be followed by the Club’s staff, team officials and volunteers to register a Team Coach.

  1. A coach indicates his/her interest to become a coach at the Club
  2. The candidate is being assessed by the Club’s Technical Director
  3. The candidate is being directed by Technical Director to the Club’s Program Manager
  4. Program Manager:
    1. requests the coach’s Police Check Vulnerable Sector Screening (to be updated every 3 years)
    2. confirms that the coach meets the certification requirements for that age division
    3. shares the team official registration form with the coach
    4. requests the coach’s recent headshot
    5. requests the coach’s team official ID card
  5. Coach applies for Police Check Vulnerable Sector Screening at their local police department
  6. Coach submits Police Check Vulnerable Sector Screening results to the Club’s Program Manager alongside his/her recent headshot, photocopy of existing team official ID card (if applicable) and completed team official registration form
  7. Program Manager
    1. submits the team official’s registration to OSCAR SportsEngine,
    2. receives an approved official roster from the district
    3. iinforms the coach and team’s manager when the coach’s team official ID card alongside updated roster can be collected from the Club’s office
    4. adds the coach to TeamSnap and the Club’s Team Official Database
  8. Team official’s ID card and the updated official roster are collected by the team’s manager or the coach from the Club’s office
  9. Coach is registered and is eligible to deliver soccer programs and be present in the team’s bench area
  1. A coach’s assignment is confirmed by the Club’s Technical Director
  2. Program Manager:
    1. shares the team official registration form with the coach
    2. requests a photocopy of the coach’s team official ID card (updates the card if expired)
    3. confirms that the coach meets the certification requirements for that age division
  3. Coach submits his/her completed team official registration form to Program Manager
  4. Program Manager:
    1. submits the team official’s registration to OSCAR SportsEngine,
    2. receives an approved official roster from the district
    3. informs the coach when his/her team official ID card (if applicable) alongside the team’s roster can be collected from the Club’s office
    4. adds the coach to TeamSnap
  5. Team official’s ID card (if applicable) and the official roster are collected from the Club’s office
  6. Coach is registered and is eligible to deliver soccer programs and be present in the team’s bench area
Our Club

The North Mississauga Soccer Club is dedicated to the development of well-balanced, successful players at both the recreation and competitive level. The club is committed to the development of its coaches, referees and players to their potential through the instruction of the tactical, technical, physical and psychological aspects of soccer. 

Recreational Programs

North Mississauga SC offers a range of recreational soccer programs that allow athletes to stay active and develop social skills. All recreational programs are offered only once a week to allow players to combine soccer with other activities.

Grassroots Programs

North Mississauga SC offers Grassroots Development programs for U8-U12 athletes. The development environment promotes 4-times a week commitment (3 practices and 1 game) and is based on the 4-corner approach that facilitates athletes’ development of technical, physical, socio-emotional and psychological skills! Junior Panthers (U6-U7) development program provides an opportunity to the younger athletes to learn soccer skills in a fun environment!

Grassroots Development (U8-U12)

Junior Panthers Academy (U6-U7)

Competitive Programs

North Mississauga SC offers Competitive Programs to U13-U17 athletes. The program requires a 4-times a week commitment (3 practices and 1 game). The teams compete in Mississauga Youth Soccer League during the indoor season and in Peel Halton District Soccer League or Golden Horse Shoe Soccer League (regional) during the outdoor season. 

High Performance

North Mississauga SC is a proud member of the Ontario Player Development League (OPDL) and League 1 Ontario, the province’s Pro-Am, standards-based, senior soccer league. 

Club Officials

North Mississauga SC is thriving due to its devoted coaches, match officials and board members. Learn more about current opportunities with the club and discover available resources!

Events

North Mississauga SC offers year-round events in addition to its core soccer programs. The information on tryouts (U13+) and open sessions (U8-U12) will be posted in this section. March Break Camp, Holiday Camp and Summer Camps’ information will be updated on the website prior to registration getting available.  

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