• Next Board Meeting:
  • Team Officals Meeting
    Check with the administrator for your mandatory league team coach meeting.

General Forms:



  • Respect in Sport
    (Required for at least one Parent or transfer your Hockey Cert # to name: NDUFC)


Official Game Schedules & field maps can be found on the league web sites.

Soccer Leagues:


U13 and up

Soccer Associations:

Affiliated House League Clubs:






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Welcome to the North Durham United FC web site.
Our email is:

Competitive Soccer for Scugog, Uxbridge & Brock Youth
(Est. 2011)
(Click on the logos below for our feeder club web sites)


May 9: The outdoor soccer season kicked off for the North Durham United Football Club with the Frank Sobil tournament in Oshawa.

The U15 Girls defeated Mooredale, Northumberland, and Ancaster--all via shutouts by tournament all-star goalie Jessica Patterson, on their way to the finals against North Toronto. The girls representing North Durham were in their fifth match of the weekend, and lost the championship game by a narrow 2-1 count to capture the Silver Medal.

An excellent effort by the girls, who played with grit, sportsmanship, and team unity throughout the entire tournament.

Nov 1: A new sponsorship form is now posted here.

Sept 3: The 2019 registration form is now posted on the registration page.

Sept 17: Tryout Date/Times - Updates have been made to some age groups.
Please see the latest version on the TryOut Page.

Sept 16: NDUFC Tryout Schedule is now posted on the Tryout Page. Please reveiw the general information and for a link to the latest schedule. Some dates and times may change, and so check back here the day before your tryout to ensure you have the latest information. If you can't make a date/time please let the club or coach know.

Aug 27: The NDUFC U14 girls team enjoyed huge success in their run to the 2018 DRSL Cup Finals, where they were suffered their only loss of the tournament on a late goal against Darlington.  The team played with their usual grit, determination, and class throughout the weekend, and were fully deserving of their spot in the championship game.  With regular keeper Erica D out with an injury, Jessica P stepped up and was one of the goalies of the tournament. The always dominant back-line was led by Grace T, along with Jennifer W, Charlotte M, and Sally L.  Midfield was patrolled and controlled by Emily C, Emily F, Ashley F, Claire S, and Jill M.  Up front, Angela W, and one of the league's most dangerous forwards--Alex E, had defenders scrambling all weekend.  Despite missing premier midfielder Lucie C for their Cup run, the girls gave it all they could.  The coaches, parents, and club are very proud of your success, effort, and sportsmanship towards each other, the officials, and opponents. Well done!

July 26: Please be aware of and follow Ontario Soccer's Lightning Policy.

Jun 25: On Saturday June 16th the U15 girls NDUFC team did the 5K Mud Run at Dagmar (or at least the ones that weren't injured). Great event for any team - great fun had by all.

Nov 1: NDUFC is a proud supported of Kids Help Phone

If you are a young person who needs support, you can reach out to Kids Help Phone’s professional counsellors by calling
1-800-668-6868 or visiting Their service is free, anonymous, confidential, and available 24/7/365.

Si tu es un jeune et que tu as besoin d’aide, tu peux communiquer avec les intervenants professionnels de Jeunesse, J’écoute au 1-800-668-6868 ou en visitant Le service est gratuit, anonyme et confidentiel et ce, 24/7/365.

Scugog Soccer has aquired an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), which will be located at the Scugog soccer field clubhouse. The cost of this portable heart defibrillator has been generously covered by Veridian Hydro and the Port Perry Dental Centre.

Have you considered becoming a Referee? We're asking players and parents. Both our host clubs, Scugog and Uxbridge are looking for more refs. You can make hundreds of dollars in your first year. Courses and uniforms cost are covered by the host clubs. You can also join the Ref Central Assigning and ref/line rep games anywhere in Ontario.

The OSA has two levels:

There is the Entry Level Course

The Entry Level Match Official Clinic is for those who would like to become an accredited match official on 9v9 and 11v11 games and are 14 years of age (by March 31st of the current year) and older. By taking the clinic a match official is automatically registered for the upcoming season with the OSA and does not have to register again until the following year.

Click here to search and apply for an Entry Level Course,

Small Sided Game Course

The Small Sided Game Course is for those who would like to become an accredited match official on 7v7 games and are 12 years of age (by March 31st of the current year) and older. By taking the course a match official is automatically registered for the  season with the OSA and does not have to register again until the following year. Course accreditation is valid permanently, no re-accreditation on Small Sided Game (7v7) required.

Click here to search and apply for a Small Sided Course

Just a reminder to all parents, players, coaches and managers that any player who has suffered any injury on or off the pitch must report it to their teams coaching staff and present a medical clearance to their coaches from a medical doctor that they are ok to resume practice and game play. Player safety always comes first.