Please note that we are a part of the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit.


From December 26 2020 - January 23 2021, we are in Grey - Maximum Measures (Lockdown) public health measures stage.


As per the government of Ontario‘s newest release regarding health and safety measures during the pandemic, the AISL will pause all soccer operations until the lockdown is lifted.
If all goes well, the winter season will resume with games on January 27/28/29. The schedules will be pushed back accordingly.
There are a lot of unknowns at this time, and we appreciate your patience and cooperation.
As we get closer to the date of lockdown lifting, estimated January 23, we will communicate the next steps (expected resumption of soccer, more delays due to lengthening lockdown, and updated safety guidelines/requirements, etc).
We wish you and your families a safe and healthy next four weeks.



See regional public health measures stages here.
Please note that as per current health unit guidelines, league play will be paused if the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit moves into the CONTROL (red) or Lockdown (Grey) public health measures stage.
If a pause occurs, it is expected to start as a 4-week (28-day) pause, with the situation determining the length.
Every attempt will be made to safely and legally complete the season.
However, if / when deemed appropriate, the season may be cancelled.

Please note that soccer is a sporting event and as such is subject to gathering limits for sporting events, not gathering limits for private events. 
Please see the AISL Return To Play Guide for information on how the AISL will run differently this season.