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“Where’s The Rest Of The Schedule?”

Saturday, June 24th, 2017

At the approximate mid-point of the regular season, all open age divisions are subject to re-alignment.

This re-alignment may occur in any session to create more parity within each division.

Until the re-alignment is finalized, regular season matches after the mid-point cannot be scheduled.

Rest assured that BAS will begin to release the remainder of the schedule after any re-alignment is finalized.

Q2 Board of Directors Agenda Items

Sunday, March 5th, 2017

The following New Business tabled for March 1, 2017 for consideration by Board of Directors

  1. Referee survey of availability —  proposed by President
  2. Do BAS Cup same way we did Boxing Day ($100 refundable entry fee).  —   proposed by President
  3. Jewelry FITBITS Casts, etc. discussion   —   proposed by Registrar
  4. New ID reviewed by Registrar Meeting for ALL OWSL and OSL teams   —   proposed by Registrar
  5. Discussion for possible convenor for COED Fridays   —   proposed by Registrar
  6. Social item for teams – MONTANAS   —   proposed by Social Director
  7. Boxing Day Recap   —    proposed by Tournament Director
  8. OWSL outstanding items  — proposed by Vice President
  9. Referee preseason meeting — proposed by Secretary
  10. Discussion on multi ref system for indoor — proposed by Registrar

Summer 2017 Registration

Sunday, February 26th, 2017

BAS Summer Soccer

BAS is proud to announce our 2017 Summer Registration, our 10th consecutive session without a fee increase.

INDOOR

  • Coed Rec (Thursdays)

OUTDOOR

  • Men’s Rec (Sundays)
  • Men’s 35+ (Sunday AM)
  • Women’s Rec (Fridays)

For other important details, visit the upcoming sessions section of our main site.

Q4 Board of Directors Agenda Items

Saturday, September 3rd, 2016

The following New Business tabled for Sept 1, 2016 for consideration by Board of Directors

  1. Local Guardian newspaper coverage for next year – proposed by President
  2. Playoff Convenors – proposed by President
  3. Discussion of discipline vacancy – proposed by President
  4. Boxing Day free event – proposed by President
  5. Referee match allocation for indoor – proposed by President
  6. Referee performance – proposed by Director of Advertising
  7. Revitalizing website – proposed by VP

 

Training Sessions with Canada’s Lauren Sesselmann

Wednesday, June 29th, 2016

Canada's Lauren Sesselmann will be hosting two training sessions in Brampton this weekend.
Our friends at Brams United Girls Soccer Club are offering some great trainings and skills sessions for girls between the ages of 4 and 13 years of age with Canadian National Team Bronze Medalist Lauren Sesselmann.

For girls between the ages of 4 & 7, Brams will be hosting a 2 hour training and skills session on Monday, July 4th, 2016 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Brampton’s Greenbriar Park (Central Pkwy. between Bramalea and Torbram). Registration is $80.00 for the session and includes the following:

  • skills training with Lauren Sesselmann
  • fresh fruit snacks during a short break
  • commemorative event t-shirts
  • mini 5v5 games where the girls can try out their newly learned skills

Please visit Brams United’s Registration Portal to create an account and register for the Brams United Sesselmann Micro Camp.

Additionally, Lauren will also be running an added bonus session that is free to all girls who have registered for the Brams United Summer Camp – the session with Lauren will be on Sunday, July 3rd, 2016 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm at Greenbriar Park. To participate in this special session, girls must be registered for the Brams United Summer Camp with Head Technical Director David Hannah. The camp runs from July 4th to July 8th, 2016 for girls aged 8 through 10 and from July 11th to July 15th for girls aged 11 through 13. For more camp details please visit: Brams United Summer Camps.

Q3 Board of Directors Agenda Items

Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

The following New Business tabled for June 2, 2016 for consideration by Board of Directors

  1. Women’s Division Structure   –  proposed by President
  2. Establishing a timeline for dealing with Discipline matters – proposed by President
  3. Publishable FAQ’s for Website   –   proposed by VP/President
  4. New Upgraded Referees List from The District   –   proposed by President
  5. Volunteers for Lines   –   proposed by Registrar

 

Women’s OWSL Team Tryout Dates

Thursday, March 31st, 2016

OWSL LogoInterested in playing in the OWSL – Ontario Women’s Soccer League?

BAS has a team in the MJDL South Division and is hosting tryouts for the upcoming outdoor season.

Tryouts will be held at:

Brampton Soccer Centre – 1495 Sandalwood Pkwy E.,

Sunday April 10th, Sunday April 17th and Sunday April 24th

Field B starting at 7:00pm

If you need additional information please send an email to rep@bramptonsoccer.com

Men’s OSL Team Tryout Dates

Thursday, March 31st, 2016

OSL LogoInterested in playing in the OSL – Ontario Soccer League?

BAS has a team in the Regional Division and is hosting tryouts for the upcoming outdoor season.

Tryouts will be held at:

Brampton Soccer Centre – 1495 Sandalwood Pkwy E.,

Wednesday April 13, Wednesday April 20 and Wednesday April 27

Field A starting at 8:30pm

If you need additional information please send an email to rep@bramptonsoccer.com

 

Women’s OWSL and Men’s OSL Team TRYOUTS

Sunday, March 20th, 2016

Brampton Adult Soccer will once again be hosting Competitive team tryouts for the Women’s OWSL Team and the Men’s OSL Team.

Tryouts will be hosted at the Brampton Soccer Centre – 1495 Sandalwood Pkwy E.,

dates will be posted soon

Please contact rep@bramptonsoccer.com if you are interested in attending or need more details.

Come join BAS at the PAN AM Games Torch Relay Event at Gage Park

Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

PAN AM GAME TORCH RELAY EVENT

Brampton Adult Soccer (BAS) will be taking part in the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Game Torch Relay Community Celebration that will be taking place at Gage Park in Downtown Brampton from 5 pm to 8pm on Tuesday June 23 2015.

We will have an interactive game for adults and kids…come out and join us in a one-time event in the park, also your chance to win prizes (Soccer balls, T-shirt, BAS bags and more).

Event time:

5:00 PM EVENT BEGINS – COMMUNITY INTERACTIVE ZONE & FOOD ZONE
5:30 PM TO2015 OFFICIAL WELCOME
5:35 PM COMMUNITY ENTERTAINMENT
6:30 PM OLG ENTERTAINMENT
6:40 PM TO2015 EMCEE INTRODUCES FLAME ARRIVAL + VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
7:00 PM FLAME ARRIVES ON STAGE AND CAULDRON LIT
7:05 PM FORMAL PORTION – FEDERAL, PROVINVIAL, COMMUNITY REPS.
7:30 PM PARTNER ENTERTAINMENT
8:00 PM FINALE: CAULDRON EXTINGUISHED & EVENT ENDS