Registration is now open for the Kingston Clippers Fall and Winter Programs! The Clippers offer programs for players of all ages and abilities. The fall season runs from mid-October until December before Christmas while the winter season runs from the beginning of January until the end of March (no programming during March Break).
Click on the following links to find a program which best suits your child:
As of Monday, September 24, the office hours for the Kingston Clippers will be:
We are often in the office outside of these hours but please call ahead before coming in. Should you require further assistance outside of office hours, please contact us by email at email@example.com or call the office at 613-384-6196.
Congratulations to the Clippers Brazil team who won the Boys' U14 Championship at Queen's Richardson Stadium on August 26. The team finished 2nd in the round robin portion of the tournament but came up big with a 4-0 victory over KU Nigeria.
Congratulations to Napanee who won the Boys' U18 Championship at Queen's Richardson Stadium on August 26. Napanee was undefeated throughout the round robin portion of the tournament and defeated Clippers Brazil 1-0 in the hard fought final.
All families of Clippers players will receive a Grizzly Grill Clippers Team Discount Card as part of their registration. Present the card at the Grizzly Grill and all members of the table will receive a 10% discount on their food bill.
The Grizzly Grill will also make a donation in the amount of your discount to support the Kingston Clippers Soccer Club.
The Grizzly Grill is located at 395 Princess St. Phone at 613-544-7566 or visit thegrizzlygrill.ca
The Identification Sessions are at Queen's Miklas-McCarney Field and there is no cost to attend. All players must register online in order to participate.
To register and to find out more information about the Identification Sessions, select ID Camp in the Registration Tab in the top menu OR click here.
The Development (U9-U12) Identification Sessions took place on Monday, September 17. If you missed this session and are interested in participating in the Kingston Clippers Development Program, contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org OR 613-384-6196.
The Boys and Girls Club (BGC), active for 20 years in Kingston and serving over 5000 members, embeds its key themes Leadership, Teamwork, Learning for Life, Healthy Choices, and Service to Club and Community into all of its activities. Serving over 2,000 members, the Kingston Clippers Soccer Club (KCSC) is a non-profit organization whose vision is to provide programs of the highest standard, to develop players, provide the community with access to quality soccer programs and experienced coaching in a fun learning environment.
In order to build on their commitment to developing and delivering professional programming, the two partner organizations are currently seeking to hire a full-time Development Head Coach. The successful candidate will work for both partner organizations, reporting to the Manager of the West End BGC of Kingston and the KCSC General Manager.
Please submit your cover letter and resume to: email@example.com AND firstname.lastname@example.org. We thank all applicants for their interest but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Applicants will be reviewed immediately and the position will remain open until a successful candidate is selected.
If you have not received your individual and team photos:
Remember that the individual and team photos are included in the price of your registration.
Congratulations to the Kingston Clippers 2004 Boys on their MIST Tournament victory in Carleton Place on the weekend of August 18/19. The team was dominant on both sides of the ball scoring 30 goals and not conceding any.
At the Kingston Clippers Soccer Club, our vision is to provide the people of Kingston, Ontario with access to affordable, quality soccer and fundamental movement coaching in a FUN learning environment. The Kingston Clippers are a non-profit organization with over 2,000 members. We are a community sport organization that prides itself on inclusiveness.
The opportunity to participate at every level of the player pathway is offered at our club that provides recreational programs for children as young as two years old all the way to adulthood. Our members also have the opportunity to play competitively from the age of nine onwards. Over 50 local sponsors play a major role within our organization providing financial support for necessities such as field time, referees, uniforms, equipment, travel, and without their continued support our club would cease to exist.