Welcome to the 2019 Icebreaker Soccer Tournament!

Tournament dates

Girls: May 25-26, 2019 - Boys: June 1-2, 2019

Update March 21, 2019

Registration is now open for all age groups.

Current Registrations

Girls
There are currently 21 teams registered in the U-9 - U-12 age group
There are currently 45 teams registered in the U-13 - U-18 age group

Boys
There are currently 22 teams registered in the U-9 - U-12 age group
There are currently 24 teams registered in the U-13 - U-18 age group

News

Schedule changes require that all Festivals for Tier 1 Teams (Ice Pile Divisions) in the U-9 to U-12 age groups be played on Saturday and Tier 2 and Tier 3 Festvals (Snow Bank Divisions) will be played on Sunday.

Ontario Soccer (OS) has again already approved the participation of out-of-province teams to play in the U-9 to U-12 Festivals.

The U-9, U-10, U-11 and U-12 Festivals will again be one-day events with four (4) short games for each team.

This year's medal

Our 2019 animal is the Wolverine, known for its cunning, strength and ability to run. We have chosen an image from a Canadian indigenous artist as the symbol for the 25th anniversary of the Icebreaker tournament.

Our medals and patches this year will be in colour. We will be selling t-shirts, hats, hoodies and toques with the coloured logo on them.

 

Richard Shorty (the artist)

Richard Shorty is an indigenous artist born in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory and belongs to the Northern Tuchone Tribe. He is a self-taught artist whose crest is Crow. Richard is one of the most sought-after Native artists, with works in many galleries. He is very versatile, working on drums, paddles, masks, rattles in addition to his paintings. His pieces are collected internationally.

Mr Shorty has graciously allowed us to use his image of the wolverine as the symbol for the 25th anniversary of the Icebreaker tournament.

His artwork can be found on the Art Country Canada website at http://www.artcountrycanada.com/shorty.htm

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