Covid-19 updates

Ontario Soccer has officially cancelled all sanctioned events until
the end of May, and the City of Ottawa is keeping fields closed until
the end of June.

We will keep a close ear on what’s happening and hope to offer some
sort of soccer for the season once it is allowed, so stay posted to
our social media, website and word of mouth as to when that might be.
There’s talk about a July/August shortened season or other
alternatives.  We as a club are eager to offer something, but are
unsure of what it might look like at the moment.  We’re meeting and
discussing ideas of what might work.  If you have any suggestions of
your own, please feel free to email president@pusc.ca and I’ll bring
it to the board.

If anyone is in need of an immediate refund please contact clubgm@pusc.ca, keeping in mind that if there is a season in 2020, the registration process will have to be completed again.

Looking forward to seeing you on the field in some capacity later this
The PUSC board of directors.

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 2020 Online Registration openED March 1st, 2020

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!