Call To Action #2

In June, 2021 we shared with you a ‘Call To Action’ which we focused on the role and expectations of Canada Soccer National Youth License clubs. As a brief reminder it called on club leaders (board and staff) to put their stake in the ground and start building an accessible soccer program. Access and inclusionContinue reading “Call To Action #2”

We launched…

In the midst of a pandemic, and knowing people needed to feel connected, we launched Soccability Canada. Seeing a demand for our expertise in the soccer community, we launched Soccability Canada.  Knowing that more people need to hear about sport for development, we launched Soccability Canada. Watching other countries forge ahead in inclusive & accessibleContinue reading “We launched…”

When Kiera was told ‘no’.

Kiera is a player with passion for soccer that knows no bounds. As a youngster she faced adversity through cancer that led to her becoming a leg amputee. A significant barrier for most and especially for someone hungry to continue playing soccer, a sport she had grown up playing since a young age. Having recentlyContinue reading “When Kiera was told ‘no’.”

A Club Leader Call to Action.

If you have one of these:  then you need one of these: A key component of the Canada Soccer National Youth License is an inclusive and accessible soccer organization. Overall the License requires clubs to demonstrate good Governance, Administration, Infrastructure and Technical components, and within that Administration section is a recommendation to offer ‘enhanced communityContinue reading “A Club Leader Call to Action.”

Values

As an organization focused on the growth of accessible soccer programs going through the process of defining our values should be straightforward. We’re about meaningful inclusion, collaboration and innovation with a strategic focus on making as much impact as we can, as quickly as we can. Below we outline the 6 Core Values of SoccabilityContinue reading “Values”

‘Filling people’s sails’.

During the past ten months we’ve all become familiar with online meetings, waiting rooms, remembering to hit un-mute before talking while learning the difference between Meeting ID’s and Participant ID’s. After we became more comfortable with online interactions following the steep learning curve back in March and April 2020 it then became more about theContinue reading “‘Filling people’s sails’.”