Western Region Soccer League

The WRSL offers four bursaries for those individuals planning Post-Secondary Education


The applicant is or has been a member of the WRSL either as a player or as an official at some time prior to application.
The applicant must be in their final year of secondary school.
The applicant must show acceptance to post-secondary education (university, college or trade school).
The applicant has provided service to the community and the game of soccer.

Closing date July 10th, 2024

Apply now, don't delay.

WRSL KOC on May 11 &12, 2024, hosted by:

WATERLOO: Divisions: U17/U18 Girls and U17/U18 Boys

KITCHENER: Divisions: U14 Boys and U16 Boys

STRATFORD: Divisions: U13 Girls, U14 Girls, U15 Girls, and U16 Girls, U13 Boys and U15 Boys

*** Schedules, Field Maps and 2024 Roster Sheets will be posted shortly ***




Please present WOISL/WRSL KOC Roster Sheets to League representative at your playing site 30 minutes prior to your first Cup game.

League representatives will not be checking ID cards or District stamped roster sheets to KOC Roster but as per league R&R, book checks are required at games therefore please ensure you have all proper documentation for all players and call ups.

Coaches meeting will be conducted by Zoom.

Club reps will receive the zoom link via email to be distributed to all their club participants. If you do not receive the link prior to the meeting, please email admin@wrsl.ca.

All clubs require a Club Representative and a member of each teams coaching staff to attend the coaches meeting.

DATE: Sunday April 14, 2024

TIME: 10 am

Thanks you to all teams and clubs for registering for the 2024 WRSL Season.

The teams listed have been accepted by the WRSL and will be forwarded to Ontario Soccer for final approval.


The WRSL would like to recognize the following individuals:

Anissa Mosca

Nathan Soer

Anthony Idone

Ashlynn Renner

In being awarded the WRSL Bursaries for 2023,

And wishing them all the best for their undergraduate studies,

and continued soccer careers.

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Ontario Soccer is proud to pave the way for a cultural change in treatment of Match Officials through the No Ref, No Game program.

No Ref, No Game strives to stop the cycle of abuse and bullying towards match officials through culture change.

Click here to find out more

On July 1, 2019, new rules came into effect through Rowan’s Law, to improve concussion safety in amateur competitive sport.

Everyone can help recognize a possible concussion if they know what to look for.

A person with a concussion might have any of the signs or symptoms listed below. They might show up right away or hours, or even days later. Just one sign or symptom is enough to suspect a concussion. Most people with a concussion do not lose consciousness.

Get to know the "Red Flags" of a concussion

“Red flags” may mean the person has a more serious injury. Treat red flags as an emergency and call 911.

Red flags include:

To find out more about concussion awareness and Rowans Law please visit this website

We will be using a new website for the 2022 season. The system is the latest league management platform from E2E Soccer so it retains a lot of the features that you have used in previous years.

The biggest change is that the web site is now responsive so it will display much better on a smart phone or tablet.

The new platform uses Word Press technology so we are able to take advantage of some of that technology to improve your online experience.

You will also have the opportunity to customize your home page.

At the top right of the home page you will see a cog icon. Click on this to configure your home page.

There are currently two features to use

We hope to add other home page configuration tools in the near future