RUSC Adult House League
All players registering for the RUSC adult house league must be 16 years old or older as of January 1 of the year of the upcoming season.
The registration fee for the Adult House League is $150 per player that includes the EODSA fees. Program will run for 8 weeks.
All adult house league players must register online.
Schedules will be published on the website soon.
For now, the local league of adults turns out to be coed division. However, we still hope to create a women’s division and a separate men’s division. If you are interested in any of the options listed below, you are encouraged to register:
1) Coed division
2) Women’s division
3) Men’s division
During the registration period, you will be sent a message so that you can specify your preferences. Depending on the number of entries, you will be informed afterwards, about the existence of separate divisions or not. You will then have the option to withdraw by being reimbursed if the option available does not suit you.
Also, in order for the program to go ahead, we need a person in charge of equipment and management of the adult league (18+). Reach out to: firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know if you are interested.
Ottawa Carleton Soccer League
For the Women and Men Recreational (WR & MR) teams, the team fee is $TBD resulting in a “per player” registration fee of $TBD per player (based on a roster of 16 players). Each player is required to pay an additional EODSA fee of $TBD.
For the Women and Men Competitive (WC & MC) teams, the team fee is $TBD resulting in a “per player” registration fee of $TBD per player (based on a roster of 16 players). Each player is required to pay an additional EODSA fee of $TBD.
All OCSL players must register online.
The team’s administrator shall use the “Adult List Form” from RUSC and all players shall be listed as either a permanent player or a reserve player.
The administrative staff of a team can consist of coach, assistant-coach, manager and other team administrators. For more information and/or to obtain the contact person of a particular team, please contact the RUSC office.
NOTE: A reserve player is a player who is on the team roster but does not play on a regular basis.
Selection of players is undertaken by the administrative staff of the teams. RUSC will only get involved if requested by the administrative staff and only under exceptional circumstances.
All players must have a valid OSA player ID card.
Once a roster has been put in place, players also have the option to make their own ID card by using the EODSA online service.
OCSL General Information
For the OCSL rules and regulations, game day, schedule, standing, etc. visit the OCSL website.
With the exception of the goalkeeper, all players must wear the same RUSC uniform colours. Individual items or a complete RUSC uniform kit can be purchased at Fashion Workwear/Excel Sports.