"Our goal is to provide high quality, structured programs that allow participants to play soccer at their optimal level, make friends, be healthy, learn technical competency, gain life skills, and develop a lifelong love of the game."


The current website has served the club well for the past three years, but along with Soccer Nova Scotia's many other affiliated clubs, we have moved to a new platform. This site will no longer be updated. Please click on the new site tab for updated information.


What's New at Scotia Soccer Club

Scotia Website Has a New Home

Published: Friday, June 19, 2015

Scotia Soccer Club has a new home for their website. This site will close shortly, but you will still continue to find us with scotiasoccer.com and scotiasoccer.ca . Visit the new site to get all current information!


Spring Update from the Club President

Published: Sunday, March 8, 2015 On behalf of our volunteer board of directors, I would like to provide an update regarding activities at your community soccer club. We are revamping our recreational programs for this summer. We are hiring a dedicated Recreational Program Coach and are moving to a “station based approach” for delivery of skills and games. This type of program has been used elsewhere and has been shown to be a very successful way of teaching the Read More...

Getting the Message to YOU!

Published: Sunday, September 7, 2014 To date, Scotia Soccer Club has 100 followers on Twitter (@soccer_soccer) and 123" likes" on Facebook. Each tweet on Twitter, is automatically copied onto our Facebook Wall. We also have our Twitter Feed highlighted on the Scotia Website. Consequently, using Twitter is an excellent way to get our message out to as many people as possible. If someone retweets one of our messages, then the exposure increases exponentially. For instance, one of our Read More...

Thunder Storms

Published: Tuesday, June 10, 2014 If a rain or thunderstorm starts after HRM has made the call to keep the fields open, events can be cancelled under the following conditions. 1. Referees make the call at a game, if it is raining too hard or if it is thundering. 2. Trainers and coaches make the call if it is a practice or training session. Players are not permitted on the field for 30 minutes after the last episode of thunder or lightening. Read More...