The Bradford Soccer Club is a non-profit Community based soccer club providing programs for youth of all ages and ability.
At the grassroots level we offer our Timbits program for boys and girls aged 4 - 8 in the calendar year. This program is aimed at providing the kids a fun environment to learn the basic of the game, teamwork and team play.
Our recreational program is available for boys and girls ages 9 - 18 in the calendar year. These programs offer progressive advancement in the players development while still being centred around having fun, learning the game, and getting exercise.
Our development program is available for boys and girls ages 7 - 12 in the calendar year who can commit to a more intense program and want to focus on developing their skills.
Our Academy program is available for boys and girls ages 8 - 12 who have demonstrated a natural ability, are further advanced and have the commitment level needed to participate in a more intense program. The focus is in developing technical and tactical skills at the highest level.
Our Competitive program begins at age 13 and is for those boys and girls that have developed and demonstrated that they can play at the competitive level representing the Bradford Soccer Club in league and tournament play.
We also provide summer camps at various points in the year and a special needs program. Please inquire at the club for details.
The Bradford Soccer Club was founded in 1993 as the Bradford Minor Soccer Association and became the Bradford Soccer Club in 2004.
In 2013 the Club went through significant changes in an effort to facilitate growth and stability to our members. Along with the hiring of a new Technical Director, a new Board of Directors was voted in to lead the change. Since this time the Club has seen steady growth in our memberships and our programs.
Our Club logo was changed to signify the rebirth of the club in 2014, maintaining the Eagle carrying a soccer ball, adding the red Maple Leaf and updating the color scheme. The logo evolved yet again to start our 2016 season to commemorate the National Championship won by our 1998 Girls team in 2015, including a star with our crest to signify this victory.