As an All-Inclusive Soccer Club, Union FC™ aims to provide the opportunity everyone to access soccer, regardless of Age, Gender or Ability.
Union FC™ Provides Club Soccer Programs Grassroots & Recreational and Academy Soccer Programs offering High Performance Competitive level soccer.
Our Club, inline with the AODA (Accessibility for Ontarian’s with Disabilities) Act, also offer Programs for Canadians with both Physical and Mental Disabilities to enjoy the benefits of soccer.
Union FC™ Club Soccer Programs are designed to offer players the opportunity to play soccer in a fun and developmental environment, playing the game whilst still learning the fundamental soccer skills and philosophy applied to our Academy Soccer programs.
Starting from Grassroots, Junior and Youth divisions right through to Adult and Senior soccer, we want everyone in our community to have access to affordable soccer programs with the opportunity enjoy, develop and play the game.
Our Club Soccer Programs give players the opportunity to develop and move into our Academy Soccer programs with the aim of playing at the highest level possible.
As a community based Club, we want every player be be proud of being a member, and share in the success both on and off the field.
Our Academy Soccer Programs are the perfect environment to develop and nurture the abilities of players. With a distinct style of play, methodology and soccer philosophy we aim to develop highly talented Canadian players.
Our Club is proud have seen players achieve College Scholarships and player Collegiate Level Soccer across North America and go on to play soccer at the highest level.
Former players have gone to to play for Clubs in the Canadian Premier League (CPL), National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL), represented the Canadian Women’s National Team in the 2019 FIFA World Cup Finals in France and winning a Bronze Medal in women’s soccer for Team Canada at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
As a Club at the heart of our Community, dating back to 1993. We have a rich soccer history, and a very proud and successful legacy that is been engrained with the local culture and its people, many of whom have played with the Club themselves.
From our 2015, (1998 Girls) National Championship Winning Team, to Our Olympic Bronze Medalist and Canadian Women’s National Team Star Deanne Rose, and the many talented players to come from our Club, it started right here in our community.
Our aim is to continue to be the sporting heartbeat within our Local Community, facilitating Soccer for everyone. With Adult & Senior Recreational Soccer for both Men and Women, to Charity Soccer Festivals to Highlight worthy community causes and our AODA (Accessibility for Ontarian’s with Disabilities Act) Programs, Our Club provides everyone the opportunity to play soccer.