Save the Date!
Saturday July 20th, 2024 (u9 & U11) and July 21st, 2024 (U10 & u12) – Girls Festival Days
Sunday July 27th, 2024 (U9 & U11) and July 28th, 2024 (U10 & U12) – Boys Festival Day
U9 to U12 Divisions
2024 East vs West Festival Brochure
What makes our soccer festival unique is that each division is made up of teams from the East (Kingston, Ottawa, Belleville, etc.) and teams from the West (Northumberland, Darlington, Whitby, Toronto, etc.)
That way teams are playing against other teams that are not typically in their own league regular season. You get to see how your team fairs against teams from across the province not just from your local area.
U9 and U10 teams will be guaranteed 3 games that are 30 minutes each.
U11 and U12 teams will be guaranteed 3 games that are 40 minute each.
Registration is open January 1st, 2024
To register for the festival you must use our Power Up Registration program. If you already have an account simply login by clicking on the link below.
- Once you log in please click on the TEAM registration picture (BLUE SQUARE)
- Continue to register your team. Please make sure that you are clicking on the correct age and gender section.
Northumberland Soccer Registration – NSC Online Registration — by PowerUp Sports
If you do not have an account with Power Up then please create an account at the link above.
TO CREATE AN ACCOUNT
- Click on the SIGN UP tab
- Enter your email, confirm and create a password
- On the next window you are entering your info
Registering a Team
- Enter your information as coach/official
- Register and pay for your team
- Roster your team
Registration is not confirmed until the club has received full payment, your OS Roster sheet and an approved Travel Permit. Email all these items to firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Apply for an ATF
Permits for team travel (ATF’s) are processed through the Ontario Soccer Competition and Travel Management System (CTMS). The following instructions are provided to assist team officials who are not familiar with the process. If you encounter any difficulties, your Club Registrar or Administrator should be able to assist you.
Step 1. Go to https://ctms.ontariosoccer.net/ Click on Login (if you have a CTMS account) or click on Register (to create an account if you do not have one) at the top of the page.
Step 2. After you are successfully logged in, select +ATF (Application to Travel Form).
Step 3. Fill in the form, including the Event Name. e.g. “Peterborough Challenge Cup for Boys”.
Step 4. Click on Save and Submit at the bottom of the form. You can click on My Applications to see a list of the applications you have submitted. Logout from CTMS.
Step 5. Inform your Club Administrator that you have submitted an ATF that needs to be approved by your club and by your district association. You will receive an email generated by CTMS when the travel application is approved by your club and another one when it is approved by your district association.
Step 6. When you are notified that your application to travel has been approved by your district log into CTMS and click on My Applications. Under Application Type select ATF and then click on Search. You should see a list of all your travel applications. The Status column should indicate Approved By District (earlier the status would have been Pending or Approved By Club).
Step 7. Click on the edit icon beside your Application ID number. The icon resembles an eye.
Your Application to Travel form will be displayed.
Step 8. Click on Print at the top of the form and then select Save as PDF in the pop-up window.
Step 9. Select Save File to save the travel permit as a PDF file on your computer.
Step 10. Email a copy of the PDF file to the tournament host club.