is proud to be the Solution Provider for the Canadian
Soccer Association. We provide the CSA with game related
events facilitating all referee development and training associated
with these events. Soccer Online
manages referee appointments, game reports, Assessor appointments
and reports, plus other game reporting on-line. Assisting
the CSA to keep track of referee development is an important part
of Canada's game. Sportfuture is a proven leader with proven results
in game time, management and development.
The only Professional Soccer League in Canada, with 14 franchises
in Ontario and Quebec, in rapid expansion across Canada. From
May to October, CPSL is the
major soccer attraction for players, coaches and fans alike. In
2002 the CPSL instituted the
Match Observer, and in 2004 the CPSL
was the first North American League to implement on-line electronic
Soccer League - The main Amateur League in Ontario,
with 8 divisions and a total of 120 teams, OSL
is the central point of interest for Provincial and Regional Soccer
Soccer Online has provided
this Provincial League the capability to appoint referees from
one central location across the province. This innovative
program has given the Ontario Soccer
League, and it's management, full control over referee
appointments, reducing the number of hours spent on the phone
in exchange for a precise on-line appointment and reporting system
2004 SportFuture added the
first Youth and Full Amateur Leagues. The addition of the Toronto
Soccer Association is our first venture into youth
2005 SportFuture added another
large youth organization: CambridgeYouth
Soccer Inc. (CYS). CYS
is a not-for-profit organization run by a volunteer board of Directors.
Their mission is to provide organized soccer for the children
of Cambridge. Soccer Online
will enable the CYS to not only assign games more efficiently,
but to assist in the development of referees and youth games by
keeping track of all activities.
Accountability by teams, schedulers and referees translate into
using the appropriate referee for the right game.
Soccer Online will enable
the TSA to not only assign games more efficiently, but to assist
in the development of referees and youth games by keeping track
of all activities.
The Toronto Soccer Association
now holds the position of scheduling all 17 divisions of over
3000 games using the Soccer Online
system, in addition to managing referee progress and development.
2005 fall season brought a high caliber organization to the Soccer
Online platform. The Ontario
Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) governs intercollegiate
sports and promotes physical activity in its member institutions
through quality athletic and campus recreation programs.