Technical Calendar


Congratulations to our Glen Shields FC players on the Canadian National u20 Team

Here you will find important information about scheduling including weekly schedules to download.

The Concord/Thornhill Turf Field is open. All Competitive teams including OPDL will train outside unless indicated. Please take note: if frost is on the ground teams must wait until it melts before going on the turf. Please dress appropriately for the weather.

There is a lost & found in the trailer.

    1. In order to maintain equality among all players on our competitive teams:

      1. Any player not advising the coach & manager of an absence from practice will NOT play the next game.
    2. 2. Missing a practice, the player will NOT start the next game
    3. 3. Missing a second practice, the player will NOT play the next game at the discretion of the coach.



 

 

FIELD SCHEDULES

 

GFC Summer Outdoor Full Field Schedule


July 24 to July 30, 2017

Indoor Schedule

GFC Grass Field Closure Turf Field Schedule

May 8, 2017

Indoor Schedule

 

Players/Parents are responsible to check weekly for updated schedules
Age groups are listed using the current calendar year January to December.

 

ALL PLAYERS ARE EXPECTED TO BRING A NOTE FROM A SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPIST (NOT A GP) INDICATING RETURN TO SIDELINE TRAINING OR FULL TRAINING. NO EXCEPTIONS. A note must be given to the coach.

ALL PLAYERS REQUIRING TREATMENT OR ASSESSMENT MUST DO SO PRIOR TO THE START TIME OF THE TRAINING SESSION. Please consider more than one player might need medical attention, so arrive early enough for your needs. Therapist arrives at 6pm to 10:30pm for coverage.

Glen Shields FC has arranged for two local Physiotherapy Centres for Clinical Treatment.

Oak Ridges Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine Clinic
Tel: 905-773-3345
12830 Yonge St. Suite 102, Richmond Hill, ON L4E 4H1 (1 Light North of Stouville Road)
http://www.oakridgesphysio.com/

Sports Performance Centres
905-709-4772
2180 Highway 7, Unit 12, Vaughan, Ontario, L4K 1W6 (Just before Keele St.)
http://www.sportsperformancecentres.com


Return to Play


A typical RTP process will be made up of 6 steps. There must be a minimum of 24 hours before each step is assessed although this could be considerably longer than 24 hours. Oversight should be provided by a medical professional. The 6 steps are as follows:

  • 1. No activity, complete rest. Once the athlete is asymptomatic, they proceed to level two. The athlete spends, at the minimum, one day at each stage.
    2. Light aerobic exercise such as walking or stationary cycling, no resistance training. Performing step two without symptoms allows the athlete to proceed to level three. If symptoms return, the athlete moves back one stage then continues.
    3. Sport specific training (e.g. skating in hockey, running in football), progressive addition of resistance training at steps three or four. Performing step three without symptoms allows the athlete to proceed to level four.
    4. Non-contact training drills. Performing step four without symptoms allows the athlete to proceed to level five.
    5. Full contact training after medical clearance. Performing step five without symptoms allows the athlete to proceed to level six.
    6. Game play.

Here are the links to SCAT 3 Child and SCAT 3 Adult and Pocket Recognition Tool

http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/47/5/267.full.pdf

http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/47/5/263.full.pdf

http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/47/5/259.full.pdf

Enquiring about our Rep Teams contact us at info@glenshields.com