• Next Meeting:
    : Jan 25, 2018
  • 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 before May 2018 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:






~ Contact Us ~ Club Info/FAQ ~ Registration ~ Sponsors ~ Maps ~ Festival

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)

Jan 24: The 2018 Registration Fees have been approved by the board and are as follows.

  • U8/U9/U10 : $530
  • U11 & U12 : $550
  • U13 to U18: $650

Please see the Updates Rep Fees Explained Document for more details.

The updated NDUFC 2018 registration form with the 2018 fees is now available.
Please fill one in ASAP if you have been selected to a team and have not filled one in yet.

For 2018 we have raised the bar on the level of skill and talent we want for our players and coaches and so have hired a skills development coach. This added expense must be passed on to the players along with increases in club sponsored goal keeper training and increased admin costs. We continue to offer items like practice balls and pre-paid festivals and tournaments for all teams as part of registration fees. Not many clubs do that. Also keep in mind all our team coaches and board members are all volunteers. The club only covers their coach training and police checks.

Another Reminder to all parents to get at least one of you completing the RIS ( Respect in Sport ) online course if it wasn't done in 2017 or you are new to the Club. You can transfer your hockey or house league soccer certification to soccer (enter "NDUFC"). Contact Shannan for more information. If you don't have RIS, your child does not play. Again, we must have 100% compliance with the DRSA and OSA.

Jan 12: Your club has many events planned for this year.

  • We are continuing with Indoor Training each Saturday in the Stoufville Dome. Contact Shannan for more details.
  • We have selected our new Skills Development Coach and will introduce him shortly.
  • Goalie training will be starting soon for all you keepers.
  • We will again run a Festival (U8-U12) and Tournament (for U13 and up) this July at the fields of Uxbridge using its brand new Clubhouse.

Nov 23: The NDUFC 2018 registration form is now available for Download from the Registration Page.
Please note that the final fees for each age group have not yet been set by the Board as the 2108 budget is still under discussion. The fees will be set by Jan 15th, 2018.

Note: Deposits are required now for players already selected to a team. See the registration form for details.

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.

Aug 16: U14G are Finalists in Niagara Falls Tournament

The NDUFC U14 Girls played well enough to reach the finals in the 55th AC Douglas Tournament & Festival 2017 in Niagara Falls this past weekend but fell just short. Our young ladies were tested early and often in the first day of action, where they came out of pool A in second place with a 1-0-2 record vs first place Wasaga Beach FC who had the same record. Sunday's quarter final game was met with a dominate 6-0 over Toronto High Park FC. That took us into the semi-final game vs Pelham FC (who had an unbeaten 3-0-0 record) that would prove to be the toughest match of the day.  After fifty minutes of regulation play along with two five minute over-times we went into a head-to-head shoot out.  With Faith Smith in-between the pipes, she sealed our shootout win that took us to the final against Rockwood FC who had a 3-1-0 record. With little time to rest between games our ladies came out of the gates a bit flat yet still dominating the play. However, Rockwood pounced on us early on a corner kick and soon after on a cross in front to go up 2-0 in the first half. That spurred on our NDUFC players and they dug deep in the final 25 minutes, where we spent much of the second half in the Rockwood end.  We had some great striking attempts at the net but were unable to capitalize and eventually time ran out preserving the Rockwood FC 2-0 victory

Coaches Beth Murray, Christy Hackner & myself joined with players and parents at the NFSC club house for the awards after a great weekend of soccer. I want to personally thank Beth for organizing this event that was kicked off with a great team dinner and terrific play/sportsmanship by our NDUFC U14 lady warriors throughout the weekend, as they did us proud with a second place finish on a final record of 3-1-2 over the two days of battle.

July 23: Thanks to all the volunteers at our NDUFC Festival. It was a great success.

July 3 : NDUFC Festival Schedules are now available on the Festival Page.

May 23 : NDUFC Picture Day is this Saturday, May 27th.
If you want to order more than the standard photo of your child, Click here to see the options and order form.
Print it out, fill it out and bring it Saturday.

May 5 : See the latest (May 4th) North Durham Soccer news in the Scugog Standard. There is an article every week thoughout the summer on soccer events in North Durham. See Kem's April 27th edition too.

May 4 : 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. Coaches/Managers interested in being trained on the unit should contact Scugog's Club administrator.

Apr 27 : Parents/coaches/Managers: please see the newly posted Concussion & Return to Play Protocol Policy as well as the Concussion Recognition Tool in the left column. These contain important information on the safety of your children. We also have a Return to Play Form if your child has any kind of injury or illness that impact on there ability to play soccer for NDUFC. Safety is always the top priority.

Apr 15 : We still have a number of teams looking for additional players to fill out their teams. U17B will have a Tryout at the Scugog Soccer Fields on Tuesday, April 18 at 6:30). We also have the U10B, U12G and U17G looking for players.

Apr 14 : Thanks the the efforts of Head Coach Kem, we have agian started weekly articles in the Scugog Standard. What a great way to get exposure for your team if you're searching for players. Kem is looking for stories from all teams so the work is not all on his sholders. Get a picture and a short story together about your team and send it to Kem.

Read Kem's first article of the season on the Scugog Standard website.

Apr 1 : The U17B team is looking for a couple more players to fill out their roster and so they are holding a Tryout on Tuesday April 18th (6:30pm to 8:00pm) and on Monday April 24th (6:30pm to 8:00pm).

Please contact head coach Mark Cole at or
Team manager Lisa Hoover at for the location.

Mar 31 : Ontario Soccer (formally the OSA) has produced a booklet highlighting the benefits of being a member. From players, to coaches to Referees to volunteers and parents. Please have a look.

Ontario Soccer Membership Benefits Booklet

Mar 25 : Just a reminder that Registration Fees are now past due. Please contact Shannan immediately and arrange the remainder of your payment.

Mar 25 : Note that two new forms have been added to the column on the left. Concussion Assessment (SCAT) is a link to a form that informs and assess if a athlete has suffered a concussion or not based on a score sheet of information.

The second form is for players who have suffer an injury of any kind and want to resume practice and play with their NDUFC team. It will need a Ontario Physician's signature and must be returned to the team's head coach and the club administrator.

Mar 4 : NDUFC has secured the weekend of July 8 and 9 for it's annual U8-U12 Summer Festival. The Girls will play Saturday and the Boys Sunday all at the Scugog Soccer Fields in Port Perry. We have lots for fun events planned for the players, parents and coaches. Free BBQ burger or hotdog for every player and coach. Just $175 (U8-U10) or $200 (U10-U12)

See the Festival Page for more details, applications, rosters and game sheets.

Feb 13 : NDUFC has announced that the club is in initial discussions with The Uxbridge Soccer Club and Scugog Soccer Association about an amalgamation. Please see the Official Press Release.

Feb 12 : NDUFC is please to appointed Lisa Hoover as Club Manager Liaison. Lisa has been with the club from its beginnings and has transitioned through many leagues and age groups, and so has a vast amount of team manager knowledge.

Team Managers, please feel free to contact Lisa with any questions our updated manager's manual does not answer. Lisa's email is :

The Manager's Manual has been updated for 2017. Please have all team officials read the new version.

> Another Reminder to all parents to get at least one of you completing the RIS ( Respect in Sport ) online course. You can transfer your hockey certification to soccer (enter "NDUFC") all online. Contact Shannan for more information. If you don't have RIS, your child does not play. Again, we must have 100% compliance with the DRSA and OSA.

Feb 3 : Have you considered becoming a Referee? We 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

Jun 15 : 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.