Peel Halton Soccer Association Leagues

The 2024 season kicks off on Saturday May 4th when the IModel tournament starts for the Under 13 age group.

The other divisions will have a little longer to wait until their season starts

The Development League (U8 - U12) will start on Saturday May 25th.

The GHSL and YPHDL (U13 - U19) will start on Monday June 3rd

A strategic initiative to foster gender equity within Canada Soccer’s advanced coaching landscape. 


The Canada Soccer AccelerateHER initiative will provide comprehensive support to women participating in Canada Soccer’s Advanced Coach Education Program. The program will empower and train a substantial number of women coaches. The program will also establish a progressive development pathway for women coaches, aligning them with the highest coaching standards in the country. 

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Mississauga ON, - Friday April 26th 2024

The Peel Halton Soccer Association (PHSA) has selected E2E Soccer to provide a league management solution for their 3 leagues, the Golden Horseshoe League (GHSL), the Peel Halton Youth League (YPHDL) and the Peel Halton Development League (DPHDL).

The league management solution will use E2E Soccer's League Centre and Ref Centre products to manage the almost 700 teams participating in the 2024 season.

The League Centre product offers improved services to the clubs, coaches, and players participating in the 3 leagues, including tracking goal scorers and shut outs for the full field games. Match Officials will also benefit with the new solution with the use of Ref Centre for game assignment, discipline reporting and payroll.

The new solution will offer major administration efficiencies for the staff of both the Peel Halton Soccer Association and its member Clubs.

"Moving our league management system to E2E Soccer allows us an opportunity to significantly improve services to our members" said Brent Garbutt , PHSA Executive Director. "E2E Soccer has demonstrated an excellent understanding of the challenges we face managing large leagues of close to 700 teams."

E2E Soccer has experience offering similar solutions across Ontario where they manage over 50 leagues with similar solutions.

"This is a very exciting opportunity for us to manage the largest league in Ontario" said Tim Baigent, CEO of E2E Soccer "We are thrilled to offer our end to end solutions to many new clubs and teams in Southern Ontario"

The 2024 MilkUP Ontario Cup Draw has been completed.

The MilkUP Ontario Cup, the Provincial Soccer Championship, is the largest Club competition of its kind in Canada. One of the oldest sporting events in the country, Ontario Soccer’s Ontario Cup was first staged in 1901 and has operated continuously, with the exception of the World War II period and during the Covid-19 Pandemic in 2020. 

The 2024 MilkUP Ontario Cup will mark the 108th year of the competition. 

Click here to see the draw results.

Milton Youth SC Under 13 Boys won the 2023 MilkUp Ontario Cup

Our 2024 season will kick off on May 4th with the introduction of the IModel for the Under 13 age group.

12 boys teams and 7 girls teams from the PHSA will participate in a qualifying tournament in May. The successful teams will then be joined by teams from Hamilton and District SA and Niagara SA in the Under 13 division of the GHSL.

The participating teams are.

Under 13 Boys IModel Division

Under 13 Girls IModel Division

You can search for all approved tournaments and festivals on the Ontario Soccer's CTMS system.

Included in the list are several tournaments and festivals hosted by Peel Halton SA clubs

We are excited to share that Peel Halton Soccer Association has been selected to receive a Community Development Grant from @CTJumpstart and @SportCanada.

This grant will go a long way towards helping us to provide world class youth leagues without increased costs to our members. #SupportedByJumpstart #SupportedbySportCanada.

FIFA have announced the schedule for the 2026 World Cup which will be played in Canada, Mexico and the United States.

Toronto will host 6 games including Canada's opening game on June 12th 2024. Our men's national team will then play 2 games in Vancouver to complete their group schedule.

The opening game of the tournament will be in the Azteca Stadium in Mexico City on June 11th with the final of the 48 team event on July 19th at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.

Ontario Soccer is proud to pave the way for a cultural change in treatment of Match Officials through the No Ref, No Game program.

No Ref, No Game strives to stop the cycle of abuse and bullying towards match officials through culture change.

Click here to find out more

Ontario Soccer is looking for new referees. Why don't you give it a try? Without referees we cant have a game.

There are lots of good reasons to become a referee

You can now register to take a referee course with Ontario Soccer

There are two courses on offer from Ontario Soccer

Small Sided (for 5 v 5 and 7 v 7 games)

Entry level (for 9 v 9 and 11 v 11 games)

To register for a course please go to