Youth

The Lakehill soccer season begins in late summer with assessments for the older players, and ends around early spring the following year - with cup play and jamborees for most age groups. 

Pre-Season / Assessments (U11-U18)

Assessments are held for U11-U18 teams, and pre-season includes those for full field U14-U18 teams in early-mid August, and U11-U13 teams in mid-late August. These assessments are for "competitive" (Gold/Tier 3) teams, and any player not wishing to be at the competitive level will automatically be placed on a recreational (Silver/Tier 4) team. Once rosters are finalized teams will have 2-3 weeks to practise before the regular season games begin.

Regular Season (U11-U18)

Historically, the regular L.I.S.A. season games begin for U14-U18 Tier 3 teams the weekend following Labour Day, and U14-U18 Tier 4 and U11-U13 teams begin the weekend after that.

Regular Season (U5-U10 In-House)

  • U9/10 Boys & Girls: Season usually begins the second weekend of September with a mixed jamboree, and then teams are formed. Information will be confirmed during the week leading up to the start, and the season ends with the Graham Branton Jamboree in early March.
  • U7/8 Boys & Girls: Season usually begins the third weekend of September. Information will be confirmed during the week leading up to the start, and the season ends with the Graham Branton Jamboree in early March.
  • U6 Sandblasters: Season usually begins the third weekend of September. Information will be confirmed during the week leading up to the start, and the season ends with the Graham Branton Jamboree in early March.

Cup Play & Jamborees

  • U14-U18 teams take part in cup play towards the end of the season. Tier 3 teams participate in 'B' Cup and District Cup, and Tier 4 teams in LISA Cup and District Cup. 
  • All L.I.S.A. U13 teams participate in a 'full field' festival on the final weekend of the season.
  • Lakehill wraps up our in-house U5-U10 program with the Graham Branton Minis Jamboree, held in early March before the spring break.