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Canada Soccer Long-Term Player Development (LTPD) survey indicates principles are making a difference

Posted on 26 July 2017 in Canada Soccer Pathway (LTPD)

More than 75% of respondents say they support the principles of LTPD. More

Canada Soccer continues its investment in technical leadership

Posted on 8 December 2016 in Canada Soccer Pathway (LTPD)

Canada Soccer has launched a country-wide survey of grassroots soccer More

Canada Soccer releases first of three Tool Kits for coaches ahead of 2015 soccer season

Posted on 7 October 2014 in Canada Soccer Pathway (LTPD)

The document, available for free download online at, contains the perfect starter set for volunteer coaches and parents looking to offer their players the best possible soccer experience and get the kids to fall in love with the beautiful game. More

Canada Soccer introduces LTPD for Players with Disabilities

Posted on 27 January 2014 in Canada Soccer Pathway (LTPD)

In a constant effort to ensure that players of all ages and abilities reach their full potential in soccer, Canada Soccer is pleased to introduce its Long-Term Player Development (LTPD) for Players with Disabilities resource guide. More

Player development in semi-professional soccer

Posted on 21 November 2010 in Canada Soccer Pathway (LTPD)

The Canadian Soccer Association’s Professional Soccer Committee met in Toronto on 21 November 2010. At this meeting, members of the committee clarified the interpretation of rule 2.16 of the semi-professional standards whereby semi-professional teams need to have on development team, or affiliation, by 2013. It was confirmed that in this context, a development team is confined to players who are in the U-23 or U-19 age category. More

Association launches Wellness to World Cup campaign

Posted on 23 June 2008 in Canada Soccer Pathway (LTPD)

For those that love the game, life is soccer. For those that teach the game, they want soccer for life. Such will be the balance developed through the Canadian Soccer Association's new long-term player development program called Wellness to World Cup. The program will not only help develop skilled players, but also establish lifelong wellness through participating in soccer.

"We want all players to reach their full potential in soccer," says Dominic Maestracci, President, Canadian Soccer Association. "For some, their potential might carry them to a professional career with a marquee team. For many others it might mean a lifetime of recreational enjoyment in a sport that provides them with good health and connects them with their community." More

CSA Board Endorses "Blueprint For Success"

Posted on 20 November 2000 in Canada Soccer Pathway (LTPD)

Ottawa, Ontario - In perhaps the most important decision ever taken in the history of The Canadian Soccer Association, its membership of provincial and territorial soccer associations unanimously endorsed the “Blueprint for Success” and accompanying 5-year financial plan at a Special General Meeting held in Toronto on Saturday, November 18. More

CSA Launches Initiative

Posted on 24 April 2000 in Canada Soccer Pathway (LTPD)

OTTAWA, ONTARIO - The Canadian Soccer Association today announced a major initiative designed specifically to further improve overall player development in years to come. More

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