Covid -19 updates : Stay at Home Orders RESCINDED (Provincial Government)

Gatherings of 5, even from different households, but NO Organized Sports.

*PLEASE READ CAREFULLY, we are expecting a new announcements shortly.

COVID – 19 Resources

Welcome to 2021 PUSC members.  


PUSC, EODSA and Ontario Soccer continue to work together in consultation with Canada Soccer and the Government of Ontario, as we prepare for Return to Play 2021.
The Government of Ontario announced June 2nd that it has rescinded the “Stay at Home Order” but we have not yet moved into any stages of the REOPENING Plan.  The current restrictions on Outdoor Activities remain and they have released the three step re-opening framework.
Step 1 – Outdoors, Individual Training, 10 people, with restrictions (Potentially June 14th)
Step 2 – Outdoors, Modified Group Play, with restrictions (Potentially July 5th)
Step 3 – Indoors and Outdoors, with restrictions (Potentially July 26th)
Ontario Soccer is eagerly awaiting sport specific information from the Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries so that we can provide more guidance to membership on what the re-opening framework will mean for soccer.
Unfortunately, at the present time, or until more information is available, no organized team sports such as soccer is permitted under the Government Public Health orders. Team sports are focused on the planned June 14 reopening date.
Further membership updates will be provided as soon as known from the provincial government authorities”
We expect this announcement by the Province soon, and if we enter Stage One of the Re-Opening Plan we will be planning a modified House League for Stage Two, potentially starting July 6th.
In the meantime, you are welcomed to register your “Intention to Play, with out fees” for any of our programs – Please go to our registration pages to do so (House League, Recreational, Competitive and Adults).
More Details to come following the government announcements this week.
Thank you for your patience and ongoing support!
PUSC Board of Directors

It takes 4 things to happen before we, as a club can, offer members some form of 2021 programming :

1. The Ontario Provincial government needs to define allowances for our sporting associations “Return to Safe Play”.  These include : Soccer Canada, Ontario Soccer, EODSA, ERSL, OCSL and the GLSL.
2. Our Local health unit (Lanark, Leeds and Grenville) has to set the outdoor and indoor gathering guidelines.
3. Municipalities, specifically the Town of Perth and the School Boards, have to allow us the use of the fields and indoor spaces, then set guidelines for those rentals.
4. An ARMY of VOLUNTEERSsign up here!  We will not be able to run any programs without a higher number of volunteers than any other season in the past.  Please sign up immediately if you would like to help ensure we can provide programming for our community kids this summer.
Once these four items are finalized, the Board of Directors can establish a timeline for re-opening the Perth United Soccer Club outdoor programming for 2021.

Currently we are offering:

Virtual Summer Fun & Soccer Prep

Tuesdays 6:30PM – 7:00PM for a minimum of 10 sessions


Photo Day 2019

B. McPharland (Timbit)

Conlon Farm Recreation Complex Fields, in Perth, Ontario.

The Perth United Soccer Club is a non-profit organization run by a Board of Community Volunteers. We promote a healthy beginnings in athletics from Grassroots House League, starting at age 3, Development in Indoor Futsal, Recreational Youth Leagues and Future Stars in our Competitive Leagues. Adults and Youth have active lifestyle choices in Recreational, Competitive, Women’s, Old Timers, and Masters Divisions in our partnership with the Golbourn Lanark Soccer League and the Ottawa Carleton Soccer League.  We would like YOU to be involved as either a Player, Coach, Volunteer or Referee!

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SUMMER 2021 Online Registration

March 15th, 2021 at NOON.

Field Status : CLOSED

Weather Policy : WE PLAY IN THE RAIN!
If there is Thunder or Lightning at GAMETIME or during HOUSE LEAGUE, a field supervisor will request players leave the field until it passes.
“We are to remain sheltered for 30 minutes after the last clap of thunder and flash of lightning”  Only then would we resume play.  As always, it is the parents ultimate decision to attend sessions with unfavourable weather – PUSC volunteers will always be at the field to meet players regardless of the weather, and to make the gametime decisions to play or not play.

Heat Policy for all Youth Games 

If the humidex report is equal to or great than 40 at the 3:00 pm report on a game day, the game shall be cancelled.  The Environment Canada weather website (Ottawa/Kanata-Orleans) will be used to determine the temperature for the purposes of this policy.

Notice of Extreme Heat Cancellation

If the Humidex has not decreased below 40 and the cancellation policy is triggered, PUSC shall post a Cancellation Notice on the website and Social Media and issue an Extreme Heat Cancellation e-mail to team officials by 3:30 pm.

Welcome to a new Decade!