• PTSC U15BPR1 Cambrian Cup City Champions PTSC U15BPR1 Cambrian Cup City Champions PTSC U15BPR1 Cambrian Cup City Champions


On September 16, 2014 an article was published in the Metro One regarding the pending vote on the SCSA RFD.  The article contained some inaccurate or misleading statements by the SCSA President.  A response was submitted to the Metro One on behalf of PTSC to correct these inaccurate or misleading statements.  The Metro One agreed to publish an abbreviated version of the response letter submitted which was published on Tuesday, September 23, 2014.  If you wish to read the full response, please click here


To read the original article, please follow this link.




The PTSC Board has endorsed the Jr. Wesmen Girl’s Soccer Player – Focussed Training program.  Please view the following link for more information on this winter training opportunity and how to register for same should you chose to do so.



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Portage Trail needs your help.

If you are in favour of the Premier 1 and Premier 2 soccer programs remaining with Portage Trail Soccer Club, please confirm your support by signing this on-line petition. You DO NOT have to be 18 years of to sign this petition, and you do not have to be a current registered member of PTSC to sign this petition.

To sign our online Petition click here

Thank You


The PTSC Board of Directors wishes to extend a special thank you United Rentals and to one of our members, Rick Dodds for their help in preparing the Sturgeon Road fields for play in early May.  As you may be aware, there was a lot of water on the fields following the late melt followed by spring rain.  Rick arranged for the use of a pump which was generously donated by United Rentals, and Rick spent many hours at the fields helping to pump water, even in the pouring rain!

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PTSC player Josh Munoz (U15 Premier Boys) continues to gain much deserved recognition, and has been identified as a top prospect in the country by the Vancouver Whitecaps. As a result, Josh has accepted an invitation to be hosted  by the Whitecaps in Vancouver from June 9th to 14th.  Josh is being consideration for the Vancouver Whitecaps Residency program in Vancouver, and will be following in the footsteps of previous PTSC Alumni,  Daniel Sagno and Kianz Froese

The Whitecaps FC Residency is a full-time, fully funded, player development program. It is designed to develop a player’s on and off field potential through a philosophy that integrates training, education, and accommodation, all conveniently situated in one place.

It is clear to all who have witnessed Josh play, that he has thrived in the Club, Provincial, and NDC environments, and he is ready to be challenged against the best in the country.

Please join us in wishing Josh every success as he begins this challenge, and we all know that he will do the Club, his family, and himself proud.