2020 Soccer Registration
Location: South Huron Rec Centre (Lobby)
Thursday Feb 6. 6pm - 7:30pm
Saturday, February 8, 9:30am - 11am
Tuesday, February 11, 6pm - 7:30pm
Registration Closes March 15th, 2020
Registrations can be mailed to P.O. Box 2081, Exeter On N0M 1S7
A $50.00 Late Fee will be levied for all players registered after
February 29, 2020.
A $50.00 administration fee per player will be deducted from any refunds up to May 29, 2020. No Refunds after May 30, 2020 for leaving the Club's program.
FINANCIAL SUPPORT is available for families meeting funding criteria through the following organizations:
Soccer Photo Order Form
2019 Photo Schedule
Date & Time Team
24 Jun - 6pm U5
(Purple, Red, Blue)
25 Jun – 6pm U9 Girls
27 Jun – 6pm U9 Boys
2 Jul – 6pm U11 Girls
3 Jul – 6pm U5
(Green, Orange, Yellow)
4 Jul – 7pm U13 Boys
8 Jul – 6pm U7
9 Jul – 6:30pm U13 Girls
10 Jul – 7pm U15 Girls
10 Jul – 6:30pm U11 Boys
Player's Code of Conduct
(U8 AND UP)
Players are expected to play games in the full uniform for safety and the integrity of the game.
Games - players must wear the team jersey/shirt provided, black sports shorts, shin pads, socks covering the shin pad, soccer cleats or runners to all games.
Practice - players should arrive to practice wearing an appropriate t-shirt, sports shorts, shin pads and soccer cleats or runners.
For safety of the individual player, teammates and opponents, no jewelry of any kind should be worn on the soccer field. Medical Alert is permitted, but individual referees may require a sports band to cover a metal bracelet.
South Huron Recreational Soccer Club will provide : A team jersey or t-shirt, a pair of sports shorts (except U5 who provide their own shorts). U5 players will keep their soccer t-shirt and socks. All other divisions will return their jersey/ t-shirt, and shorts to avoid a uniform surcharge.
South Huron Recreational Soccer will provide soccer practice and game balls to the coaches, who will maintain possession of the balls for the season. All soccer balls will be returned to the club at the end of the season.
It is the responsibility of the home team to provide the game ball.
Shin Pads are an important safety device to maintain safe play at all levels. Players must provide their own shin pads. Players must also provide, and wear their own soccer cleats or runners. Metal cleats are not recommended.