TSA District Player Development Program
2017-18 Program Overview
The TSA District Player Development Program is a program for players born in 2006, operated by the District Association under the guidance of District Program Head Coaches, Carolyn McCaughey (Girls), and Volen Paraschkevov (Boys) and their coaching staff.
The program is designed to supplement the development offered by our member clubs, and to offer selected players additional development opportunities through regular sessions with our coaching staff. Coaches within the TSA District program are required to have a minimum Pre-B (C Licence) certification, with the present coaching staff all exceeding this level.
The program is available to players U12 and younger, who play with a club team within our District, and who are identified and selected to participate.
The Program operates every Friday on a weekly basis during the indoor season (Nov- Apr), and again weekly for the outdoor season (May-Sept). Click here for a list of the outdoor Program dates.
Outdoor Program Registration
The Outdoor program will commence Friday May 25th, 2018 and will continue on a weekly basis until Sept 21st, 2018, at Eglinton Flats. Sessions are 90 minutes and the program runs for 15 weeks.
All schedule information is communicated through Teamsnap. Players are added to the Teamsnap site, once registration is complete.
The Outdoor Program registration fee is due in advance of the first session. The registration process is as follows:
1. Participants must complete the TSA District Player Registration Form
2. Payment of the $150 participant fee for TSA club member by cheque or credit card.
3. Payment can be made via the following methods:
a. in person at the TSA office (2700 Dufferin Street, Unit 67) during public opening hours (Mon- Fri 12pm-8pm)
b. by emailing the completed registration form to firstname.lastname@example.org
c. by faxing the completed registration form to 416 783 5194.
Inclusion into the program is still available. Players can be assessed through recommendation through their Club Technical Director or Coach. A player can also contact the program to request an assessment at email@example.com.