A group of Canadian soccer fans have been invited to a soccer camp to learn about the world’s newest indoor sports arena and then play the sport indoors, in a project called Smokeless Outdoor Football League.
The goal of the camp is to make it possible for kids to get involved in the sport of soccer in a fun, healthy and environmentally sustainable way, with a focus on environmental sustainability.
The camp will take place in 2018 in the Canadian city of Vaughan, where the Canadian Premier League (CPL) has its headquarters.
The CPL is a semi-professional league that features a league of 15 teams, which are based in cities across Canada.
The CPL has also seen significant growth in recent years, with the CPL’s 2017 season seeing a record-setting 30,000 fans in the Toronto area.
The camp is open to anyone who wants to take part, although the camp will only take place during the summer months, meaning that kids under 12 can’t participate.
“For a lot of kids, it’s a really exciting time for sports,” said Robyn Kincade, a spokesperson for the Ontario-based non-profit group Kids Play Canada.
“The camp has been very successful for the CPPCL, but for kids who are very young, this is the first time they’re getting to really understand what the sport is and what the rewards are, and what they need to do to be successful in it.”
Kids Play Canada was created in the wake of the 2016 Toronto FC vs. the Montreal Impact game that resulted in the deaths of two Toronto children, who were both playing soccer on the field.
The team has worked with local organizations to build a smokeless soccer facility for kids in the city, which will also be open to everyone in 2019.
The Smokeless outdoor league is one of the many initiatives that Kids Play is working on to help kids who might not be able to participate in other sports learn about what it’s like to be part of the world famous sport.
“The camps are very educational, because the camps are a safe environment,” said Kincadie.
“And if we can get kids to have a deeper understanding of the sport and the rewards, then that’s when they’ll start to have more confidence in participating in the league.”
The camp in Vaughan is being sponsored by the Ontario Football League (OFL), which operates in the province, and the Ontario Soccer Association (OSA).
The OFL and OSA have been working with Kids Play on the camp, and hope that this project will encourage kids to take up the sport at an early age.
The OSA is a 501(c)(3) non-partisan non-governmental organization, which is tasked with ensuring that Ontario is a world leader in the advancement of soccer.
The OSA also runs the Ontario Kids Soccer Challenge, which aims to give kids the opportunity to play on a soccer field at the age of five.
“It’s really important for our kids to be exposed to a sport that’s really exciting, so we wanted to bring the program to Vaughan as well,” said Kristina Kincades, executive director of Kids Play.
The kids camp will feature a range of activities for kids, including a youth soccer clinic and a soccer coaching clinic, as well as the use of a small portable smokeless training area.
Kids Play has also partnered with local companies to create a small outdoor dog house to provide kids with exercise.
The camps will be open from October 2 to September 10.