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Please note that the NDUFC Registration form should only be filled in by those players official selected by a team head coach or asked to be call-up for the team. Teams for U8 to U12 have unlimited rosters, meaning all players will train together, and play in equal amounts. For teams U13 and up we have selected players and we may have a few "call-up" players selected by the coaches. Call-Up players do not pay a registration fee but may still be asked to pay team fees (please check with your team's manager/coach). We ask all Call-Ups to still fill out a Registration form and sign it as is contains our Code of Conduct, and gives us your contact info.

Note that Selected players must be fully registered (form submitted and all fees paid and one parent/guardian taken the online RIS course) before playing or practicing with their team come spring. Indoor training is not considerd a team practice as it has it's own fees. Registration into the OSA online system is required 24 hours before a player participates in outdoor team practices or game. This is for OS insurance reasons and is their rule which we must follow.

Rep team tryouts and (most) players selections, take place in the fall. Older teams may leave a few spots open until the spring and then top up their roster at that time with a spring tryout. If you are new to the area and/or have not been selected by one of our teams, we encourage you to participate in the indoor training that many of our teams offer. Please let the head coach know you are interested in getting one of those remaining roster spots if they are available in the late spring.

In case you don't make the Rep team please register with one of our feeder house league clubs (Scugog, Uxbridge or Brock) so you can still play soccer on a house league team. You must be registered with one of our house league clubs to be selected as a call up. Call Ups may be asked to play for a rep team (usually) a maximum number of 3 league games, and unlimited number of tournament games, if asked. It depends on the teams needs, injuries, vacations, roster size etc.

Registering with one of the house league clubs ensures you still have a place to play in case you don't get selected to one of our rep teams.

If you are selected to a NDUFC rep team in the spring, you can ask for a refund from your house league club. General agreements in the past have allowed you to get a 100% refund and the admin fee waived, but that policy is up to the individual clubs not NDUFC. They will have a time limit on when this offer expires (end of May for example). You can however still play both house league and rep if you wish, you'll just have to pay fror both.

  • The NDUFC NSF Cheque fee is $25 per cheque.
  • There is no refund of the origional $200 depoist as we have non-refundable payments we need to make startin ion December.
  • All refund requests must be in writting (ie email) to the Club Administrator (not your coach) by May1 of the current outdoor season.
  • There is a $50 Admin fee to process all refunds. No refunds issued after May 1st (unless accompanied by a Medical Release from an Ontario physician). Refunds may be held until May 31 to ensure enough players remain to field a full team.
  • If multiple refunds are made from one team so it jepordizes the team existance, a portion of the registration fees may be unrefunded to cover the clubs costs of league fees, uniforms, fines, etc.
  • Registration forms & cheque(s) should be handed in to your team manager or mailed to the office if you have no manager
  • Team officials should verify all information is included, signatures and correct fee; then hand over it to the club administrator ASAP.
  • Payment by Cheque (or e-deposit) is preferred over cash. See the payment schedule below.
  • We can not accept Credit or Debit cards at this time.
  • Call-Ups will need to be issued a player book with a current photo by your house league club, not the NDUFC
  • Some Teams may decide on their own to do extra fund raising for addition tournaments, or team equipment like player benches, tents, etc.
  • For insurance reasons, all fund raising proposals must be made in writing from the team officials to the club and be approved by the NDUFC Board.

Download the 2019 Registration Form Here


2019 NDUFC Registration Fees:

The full 2019 Registration fees are:

  • U8 to U10 : $550
  • U11 to U12 : $575
  • U13 to U18 : $650
  • If you have paid both your depoist please subtract $200 from the about amounts.

Full payment is due by: March 15th. ($25 late fee will be charged after this date for players selected in the fall)


Browse our Rep Fees Explained (from 2018) document to see how we arrive at our registration fee amounts.

For Players who have been selected by their head coach to be on a team in the fall should...

  • Play the deposit as specified on the Registration form by the date specified (Nov 1)
    (if you will have trouble paying our fees, contact the Administrator ASAP as there are charity groups that can help)
  • Electonic Funds Transfer is also available. Please contract the office for password details.
  • Pay the final balance in March 15th
  • Note that late fees will be charged for fees that are not paid by the deadlines (see the Reg form)
  • Players not fully paid will not be allowed to play or practice with their team as per insurance rules
  • Make sure atleast one parent has completed the online RIS course. You can transfer your certificate from Hockey.


Note that all "selected" fall players who sign and submit a 2018 Registration form will then be offically registered into the Ontario Soccer system as NDUFC players. Once a player is registered with NDUFC they may not be "signed" with any other OS rep club. You must tell other clubs you are NDUFC registered if they contact you.

A final registration amount will be required in March and will be for the balance of fees owing.

The final registration amount will be set as early as we can so you know the final number. There will also be team fees set by the individual teams to pay for items or coaching they decide to purchase, or for extra tournaments they wish to attend. Teams should meet to decide on team finances as early as they can.