Official Game Schedules & field maps can be found on the league web sites.
U13 and up
Affiliated House League Clubs:
Welcome to the North Durham United FC web site.
Jun 11: We have created a short online survey (1 minute) to help us plan for summer programs, if any. Thanks for your input : NDUFC Survey
May 2: Please see our latest update to our members.
April 11: Here's a Covid19 Update from NDUFC.
Mar 28: Keeping Our Member Families in the know about the 2020 Soccer Season. Please Click here to read an important message from your Board.
Mar 21: For Ontario Soccer Updates on the Pandemic and some Frequently asked questions please click on the following: Ontario Soccer COVID19 Updates and FAQ
For all Ontario Soccer Bulletins, Click here
Mar 13: North Durham United FC Notice to our Membership
We understand the growing concern surrounding COVID-19 across our North Durham communities and the soccer club has been actively monitoring the situation and taking steps to keep our soccer membership safe. The health and well-being or our member athletes and families, our volunteers, and staff remains our highest priority.
Effective immediately, North Durham United FC is suspending all our programming and events, in accordance with Ontario Soccer's decision to immediately suspend all sanctioned soccer activities in the province until further notice. Winter indoor programs, including adult leagues, training sessions and meetings are included.
Club staff and Board members will continue to serve the membership by email and phone, and we will update the Club websites and social media channels with any new developments.
For North Durham United FC, Summer Recreational Online Registration remains open for the upcoming outdoor season.
We will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates regarding the resumption of soccer related activities as soon as we can.
Thank you for your understanding and patience,
Board & Staff, North Durham United FC
Feb 29: If you're looking for Scugog or Uxbridge house league soccer online registration please visit their web sites (click the logos above),
Click Here for the Sport Engine Registration Portal.
Feb 23: Parents, Coaches and Players all need to Learn about Rowan's Law.
Expert information on Concussions From Holland Bloorview - Kids Rehab Hospital
Jan 14: Amalgamation Announcement
North Durham United Football Club, Scugog Soccer Association and Uxbridge Soccer Club are pleased to announce that the clubs have voted to amalgamate into one entity. The finalization of this process is under way. The new entity will operate under the name North Durham United Football Club or NDUFC.
Over the years, the teams of volunteers within the three clubs have worked together in many areas to provide our communities with wonderful experiences in the sport of soccer. Under this cooperative effort it became apparent that by amalgamating we could reduce duplicated efforts, streamline our processes and be more financially efficient. At the same time providing variety, quality, and potentially expanded programs; recreational and competitive, in our respective communities. We are working to ensure that each community receives the same services they have known and enjoyed, while increasing efficiencies in program management. We are very excited for the 2020 season and the future of soccer in North Durham. We would like to thank the many volunteers and very generous sponsors who have, and continue to make our soccer program the success that it is, as we could not do any of it without the tremendous support of our communities.
Board of Directors
AMALGAMATION AGREEMENT - Click Here
PROPOSED BYLAWS - Click Here
Dec 1: The 2020 outdoor fees have now been set to the same as 2019 fees. No increase for 2020!
Oct 17: The 2020 registration form is now available for download. The 2020 fees have not been decided yet but will be set by the board shortly.
Oct 15: Players/Parents, have you ever considered becoming a Referee? Both our host clubs, Scugog and Uxbridge are looking for more refs. You can make hundreds of dollars in your first year! The Course, Fees and uniform cost are all covered by the host clubs. You can also join the Ref Central Assigning and ref/line rep games anywhere in Ontario.
Small Sided Game Course
Sept 25: 2019 produced the most dominant team North Durham United has had in their nine year history. The U15 Girls completed their Tier 1 DRSL season in first place, going unbeaten all season, with a record of 12 wins, 4 even-stevens, and ZERO losses. The girls finished with a goal differential of plus 35, had the league's top goal-getter in Alexandra E (2nd year running), and the top goalkeeper in shutouts, with Jessica P leading the way.
This remarkable group of girls were also finalists in the Frank Sobil tournament (Oshawa), and at the Lake Simcoe season-ending tournament. The coaches and parents are very proud of their success, but more so, their genuine love of the game and complete team-first attitude.
Sept 9: Tryout Dates for the 2020 outdoor season are now posted. Please review the general information and click on the link to the latest schedule. Some dates and times may change, and so check back here the day before your tryout to ensure you have the latest information. If you can't make a date/time please let the club or coach know.
We are also looking for coaches for the U8B and U8G as well as other age groups.
May 9: The outdoor soccer season kicked off for the North Durham United Football Club with the Frank Sobil tournament in Oshawa.
The U15 Girls defeated Mooredale, Northumberland, and Ancaster--all via shutouts by tournament all-star goalie Jessica Patterson, on their way to the finals against North Toronto. The girls representing North Durham were in their fifth match of the weekend, and lost the championship game by a narrow 2-1 count to capture the Silver Medal.
An excellent effort by the girls, who played with grit, sportsmanship, and team unity throughout the entire tournament.
Aug 27 (2018):
The NDUFC U14 girls team enjoyed huge success in their run to the DRSL Cup Finals, where they were suffered their only loss of the tournament on a late goal against Darlington. The team played with their usual grit, determination, and class throughout the weekend, and were fully deserving of their spot in the championship game. With regular keeper Erica D out with an injury, Jessica P stepped up and was one of the goalies of the tournament. The always dominant back-line was led by Grace T, along with Jennifer W, Charlotte M, and Sally L.
Midfield was patrolled and controlled by Emily C, Emily F, Ashley F, Claire S, and Jill M. Up front, Angela W, and one of the league's most dangerous forwards--Alex E, had defenders scrambling all weekend.
Despite missing premier midfielder Lucie C for their Cup run, the girls gave it all they could. The coaches, parents, and club are very proud of your success, effort, and sportsmanship towards each other, the officials, and opponents. Well done!
Please be aware of and follow Ontario Soccer's Lightning Policy.
Jun 25 (2018): On Saturday June 16th the U15 girls NDUFC team did the 5K Mud Run at Dagmar (or at least the ones that weren't injured). Great event for any team - great fun had by all.
NDUFC is a proud supported of Kids Help Phone
If you are a young person who needs support, you can reach out to Kids Help Phone’s professional counsellors by calling
Si tu es un jeune et que tu as besoin d’aide, tu peux communiquer avec les intervenants professionnels de Jeunesse, J’écoute au 1-800-668-6868 ou en visitant Jeunessejecoute.ca. Le service est gratuit, anonyme et confidentiel et ce, 24/7/365.
Scugog Soccer has acquired an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), which will be located at the Scugog soccer field clubhouse. The cost of this portable heart defibrillator has been generously covered by Veridian Hydro and the Port Perry Dental Centre
Just a reminder to all parents, players, coaches and managers that any player who has suffered any injury on or off the pitch must report it to their teams coaching staff and present a medical clearance to their coaches from a Ontario medical doctor that they are ok to resume practice and game play. Player safety always comes first.