Registration for many age groups are full. Requests for late registration will be responded to by age group according to the schedule of play to ensure spots are filled quickly and efficiently.
An overwhelming number of inquiries for late registration in tandem with player withdrawls have been received by the Club. Email requests for spots will be answered as soon as spots can be confirmed.
Please contact the Club at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about a spot on a team, stating the player birth year and the town program (Port Perry or Uxbridge) for the registration being requested.
Our youngest birth year for the 2021 Recreational season is players born in 2017.
Soccer programs opened the week of July 5, 2021
North Durham United FC is committed to finding a way to let every child play soccer this summer if at all possible.
An attempt to place registrations received after June 30 will be made in an effort to register all players who wish to play, but team placement is not necessarily guaranteed. Members will be notified if age divisions reach their capacity and a request cannot be fulfilled.
RECREATIONAL REGISTRATION LINK - CLOSED, contact the Club
Please visit the FAQ page for answers to some common questions.
Late registrants after June 22 please view the Parent Video listed below for your age group prior to coming to Week #1 of your program. Covid protocols required and explained in the video.
COMPETITIVE & GRASSROOTS DEVELOPMENT SOCCER
Competitive U13+ and Development U8-U12 teams require players to be selected to a team.
Please contact the Club Registrar for further information on trials, open rosters, and how to register for Competitive teams.
See below for information on fees.
UXBRIDGE MEN'S SOCCER LEAGUE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
UXBRIDGE WOMEN'S SOCCER LEAGUE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
Please contact the Convenor for available spots and for more information about Adult Leagues here.
Due to the provincial Covid orders, start dates have been adjusted. Recreational summer soccer will begin the week of July 5 - 9, 2021.
North Durham United FC has received the approval from Ontario Soccer to plan for a Recreational re-opening beginning July 5. Return to Play requirements and special circumstances are still dependent on the Provincial Order and approval under the Ontario Re-Opening Framework. These start dates still may require adjustment.
The revised start dates apply to our Recreational Programs in both Uxbridge and Port Perry.
The summer Recreational season will run for 10 weeks.
Below are the Schedule for the nights of play per program, and links to Parent Information Meetings hosted June 22 & 23.
Please review the information in these Parent meetings before bringing your player to the fields if you missed the meeting or registered after June 22-23.
North Durham United FC has opened Registration for all of our Programs in the anticipation of a fullsome summer 2021 season.
Our Return to Play Plan outlines the various stages of play and conditions based on acceptable provincial levels. The Club will monitor the ongoing pandemic situation and government and public health protocols on a weekly basis. We have planned a summer soccer season and are currently permitted to allow league programs on the fields when the province reaches Step 2 (estimated at July 5).
Please refer to the refund assurance and refund policy sections below for further information to inform your registration process.
There are a number of Waivers and Policies to which you will be asked to consent before your registration will be processed. These are a condition of registration and will be required regardless of how you register. Please take a moment to review the documents via the links below. Theses documents are also included within the registration process and will require your electronic signature.
Note: Additional COVID-19 waivers must also be signed as part of registration this season, per Ontario Soccer Return to Play protocols.
All families are required to complete the Respect in Sport for Parents course. See more information on our Respect in Sport page.
Please Note: Player registration numbers dictate the composition of leagues and divisions. Final decisions regarding divisions are customarily made in late April when the club has a good sense of the season's registration numbers. Possible changes to proposed divisions include increasing or decreasing the age range within a division, changing team and field of play sizes, or moving to a single gender or co-ed format. Soccer clubs throughout Ontario are have been requested to make a commitment to age-appropriate player development.
Please take a moment to peruse information about our player divisions and activity descriptions by age group on our Programs page.
Online registrations are not complete until full payment is received. All registering families must create a one-time Member Account. Please remember your unique user name & password for future reference.
Youth will only be placed on a team once payment and the Respect in Sport for Parents certificate completion is confirmed. If you are registered in the Respect in Sport database, the Club will be notified.
All registrations are processed on a first paid, first processed basis.
Please Note: Any player that is new to North Durham United FC (i.e. never played for the former Uxbridge Soccer Club or Scugog Soccer Club) must provide Proof of Age to the Club Registrar. Online registrants are requested to present a proof of age document (birth certificate/health card) to the soccer club registrar prior to May 1st (extended; members will be contacted to obtain proof).
Soccer fees cover a wide range of items including, but not limited to:
- Uniform including jersey, shorts, socks (recreational only)
- Team photo
- Individual photo (younger age divisions)
- Soccer ball (younger age divisions)
- Referee fees (older age divisions)
- Township user fees
- Ontario Soccer membership, registration, and insurance fees
- Field maintenance
- Opening/Closing Festivals
Payment options are: Visa, Mastercard, & Visa Debit/Debit (through online registration)
If you require a special offline payment option (cash or cheque), or you are a Jumpstart applicant, please contact the Club Registrar(email@example.com) to make special arrangements.
Canadian Tire JumpStart is a community-based charitable program that helps kids in financial need participate in organized sport and recreation activities of their choice. The goal is to help those children that would not have otherwise been able to participate in a physical activity without the assistance of the Canadian Tire JumpStart program.
If you plan to apply for JumpStart assistance, please register with the Club ASAP and let us know that you are applying for JumpStart funding. You do not need to pay BUT YOU DO need to let us know that you've applied for funding.
There are 2 ways to apply:
1. Fill in this application form
2. Uxbridge residents please submit the form to Uxpool for the local JumpStart chapter. They can be reached at 905-852-7831 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Scugog Residents please submit the form at the Township of Scugog municipal offices. They can be reached at 905-985-8698.
2. Alternatively, visit the the JumpStart National online application portal located at https://jumpstart.canadiantire.ca/#apply.
Regardless of how you apply, please do so early to avoid disappointment.
(Abbrev. Please refer to Refund Policy)
NDUFC Refund Policy
Refund requests received after the start of a program are subject to a $25.00 withdrawal fee
Refund requests will not be considered once a program or session has reached 25% completion of the program’s official schedule
Special refund consideration will be made for medical reasons only and requests will be reviewed by the Club on a case-by-case basis on their own merit
All refunds will be issued by cheque and delivered by mail. Cheque processing may take up to 2 weeks. To see our complete refund policy, please visit the Policies page.
If a NDUFC program is cancelled before the start date due to COVID-19 restrictions, you will receive a full refund. If a NDUFC program is cancelled after the start date due to COVID-19 restrictions, you will then have the option to receive a partial credit or partial refund, as long as your account is in good standing with the Club.
Players need to obtain soccer shoes, shin pads, and a water bottle. For our youngest players (U4/U5) it is likely not possible to find soccer cleats small enough for little feet. A pair of good running shoes will do the job. Canadian Tire and Walmart both carry a wide range of shoes and pads.
The Soccer Club supplies players with a team jersey, shorts, socks, and a professional individual and team photo as part of your Registration. Young players also receive a ball.
Under the new Club amalgamation, we are pleased to offer Development and Competitive soccer options under the North Durham United Football Club (NDUFC). NDUFC operates the competitive soccer leagues for north Durham - Uxbridge, Scugog and Brock townships - for ages 8 years and older. For more information regarding competitive soccer options, visit the Competitive Program page on this website or contact the Club Registrar by email.