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Anika Toth

Anika Toth – O.S.C. Goalkeeper signs with University of Alabama

The Oakville Soccer Club is proud to announce that goalkeeper Anika Toth has signed a letter of intent to play for the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). As a future Blazer, Toth will be ...

Provincial Screening Competition

Provincial Screening Competition selects 22 OSC Players

The Oakville Soccer Club is proud to announce that 22 players from the Club’s OPDL program have been selected to participate in the Ontario Soccer Provincial Screening Competition during the month of October.

National Youth Club Licence Soccer Canada

Soccer National Youth Club Licence awarded to OSC

The Oakville Soccer Club is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the National Youth Club Licence by Canada Soccer.

OSC Scholarship Award 2019

OSC Scholarships reward 8 young people

The Oakville Soccer Club (OSC) held its 10th Annual Scholarship Awards Presentation at the Glen Abbey Golf Course on July 25, 2019.

Eight OSC players named to the Ontario Soccer Provincial Teams

The Oakville Soccer Club is proud to announce that eight players from the Club’s OPDL program have been named to the rosters of Ontario Soccer Provincial Teams.

OSC Gatorade 5v5 Champions

Oakville Soccer Club’s 2003 Boys capture Gatorade 5v5 Championship

Six members of OSC’s Boys U16 OPDL squad will be heading to Madrid, Spain to compete in the Gatorade 5v5 Global Finals after capturing the championship at this weekend’s Gatorade 5v5 Tournament presented in partnership ...

Oakville Soccer Club recognized as the Builder of the Year

The Oakville Awards for Business Excellence announce  the Oakville Soccer Club (OSC) becomes this year’s Genworth Community Builder of the Year Award. The award presentation is during the 24th Annual Oakville Awards for Business Excellence gala.

Part of a Team

Letter to the Editor: E.J. James Public School Scores

As its first year, Part of a Team collected old soccer uniforms and running shoes from both E.J James Public School and an organization called “Make a Great Pass”.

ParticipACTION

Town’s ParticipAction program: Meet, Move & Play!

According to ParticipACTION Canada, only nine per cent of five to 17 year olds achieve the recommended 60 minutes of physical activity per day.

Three Male Youth from Oakville charged for Robberies of Oakville Youth

On October 6th 2017, shortly before 7:00pm, three male youth approached another youth at the Glen Abbey Community Centre located at 1415 Third Line in the Town of Oakville.

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