Register today for the 2018 season!
Games begin this Wednesday, June 13
Welcome to the 2018 RPCA Soccer Club! Whether you’re returning or joining for the first time, we’re excited to have you as part of this community-driven soccer league. Below is a link to register, but before you click, there are a few important things you should know.

We are always in need of more coaches. This year the coach to player ratio will be capped at 1:10. Children of current and previous volunteers will be given first priority, and other spots will be available on a first come, first served basis Please consider volunteering to coach, even if only for one or two weeks throughout the summer. You can indicate your interest on the registration form.

This is a parent organized and parent coached community soccer skills development and social evening founded in 2009 by a group of west Riverview residents. Typically, over 100 children sign up every year to play in four age groups from 2 through 12.

Games run from 6:30 to 7:00 (closer to 7:30 for the older ones) every Wednesday from June 13 to August 22. Games are held at Riverview Park Alternative School on Knox Crescent. On the first night, the children will be sorted into groups of similar ages (or as developmentally appropriate) and assigned a coach.

The cost is $20 per child or $30 for a family. Registration and payment can both be completed online. Alternatively, you can register online and pay on the first night by cash (exact change!) or cheque. Payment is required before playing. Everyone is strongly encouraged to register and pay in advance to help ensure the first night goes quickly!

Your registration fee covers the cost of equipment and your membership in the Riverview Park Community Association. Without the support of the community association we would not be able to offer this program. Take a minute to learn more at The RPCA is always open to new members, new ideas and hearing from community members.

It is mandatory that parents stay within close access during the practices and games should a child be injured or the parent be needed for whatever reason. Should you be required to step away, even momentarily, please let a coach or assistant coach know and assign another parent as interim contact.

Children should come to each game with shin guards (highly recommended), cleats (recommended), a soccer ball for each player with their name written on it, a white and dark t-shirt, and lots of water. That said, lack of equipment should not be a barrier to playing. Contact us at if you have any concerns. In addition, an equipment exchange is typically offered on the first night of the season.

Got all that? Then what are you waiting for?

Thank you for your interest! If you have any questions, or would like to register please contact us at