The Greater Toronto Soccer Club has a vision to enhance the lives of young people in the Greater Toronto area through sports and activities that are rooted in fun, education and ethical principles. Through our programing we hope to give children the discipline, knowledge and opportunities to be successful in their adult lives.
It is our desire to provide leadership and support for the advancement of soccer in collaboration and cooperation with our membership, partners and other stakeholders by providing exceptional programs and services.
This is a volunteer organization and we always can use more of your help.
If you can help us by coaching, convening or managing a team, that’s awesome!
We also need help behind the scenes with organizing Fun Days and Cup Finals.
Please check the volunteer box on the registration form, call us, email us or talk to us at an Open Registration event.
We need additional Referees for all our Leagues for 2014.
This year there are two categories for referees:
- Mini-Soccer Referees: Boys & Girls - those who are 12 or 13 years old by April 1, 2014
- Class 4 Referees: Boys & Girls - this is for teens (minimum age 14 as of April 1, 2014) and adults.
New referees will be assigned House League games as a Referee or as an Assistant (and they are paid to do this).
Volunteer Roles: Spring and Summer Recreational
Coach on the field; develop player skills at various positions and promote teamwork. 2 coaches per team. No experience required; training and technical support provided. (Time: attend pre-season training clinic; planning before sessions/games and arrive 15 minutes early.)
Division Convenor As a parent liaison, support volunteer coaches on and off the field, and be a line of communication between parents, coaches and club staff. (Time: a few hours at early-season games and Finals Day; attend 1 coach clinic and a pre-season meeting.)
Help organize and distribute uniforms and equipment during the week before the season, before and during the time designated for coach pick-upat the Club House . (Time: one half-day.)
Opening Day On-Field Helper
Welcome players and families in the younger divisions; direct them to their mini-field; answer questions. (Time: one half-day.)
Finals Day Helper
Welcome players and families and direct them to their fields; help to distribute medals, trophies, photos, prizes; collect team equipment for re-use, and used uniform sets for distribution. (Time: a few hours.)
Help identify potential new local or corporate sponsors for recreational teams (co-ordinating with Recreational Committee and office staff); approach a few of these and follow up. (Time: a few hours in February.)
Description: Assist the GTSC with various Club wide fundraising initiatives. Duties will include assisting with decisions regarding fundraising initiatives, selling, marketing, and recruiting other volunteers to assist.