Welcome to the Paris Soccer Club

Club History

The Paris Soccer Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and enhancing the culture of soccer in Brant County. The Paris Soccer Club is dedicated to developing players at all levels of play by building and improving their skills, confidence, fitness, initiative and a sense of teamwork. We promote and encourage high standards of sportsmanship and fair play and are committed to providing an environment in which all individuals are treated with respect. Members and participants of the Paris Soccer Club shall conduct themselves at all times in a manner consistent with the Twin Rivers Code of Conduct and Harassment Policies, which include fairness, integrity and mutual respect for all individuals. We are committed to developing coaches and game officials to the highest level through continued instructional programs and clinics. The Paris Soccer Club was established to provide house league games to youth and adults starting from age 2 up to age 21 and has more than 600-800 players during the outdoor season.

The Paris Soccer Club is a member of the Twin Rivers Soccer League; which was founded by the Paris Soccer Club, the Burford Soccer Club and the Ayr Minor Soccer Club to provide house league games for youth and adults. The Twin Rivers Soccer League has grown to include St George, Delhi and Norwich Youth Soccer Clubs. We have become the largest youth soccer association in Brant County with approximately 2000 registered players, thanks to the dedicated efforts of the Board of Directors, an energetic support staff with youth and adult volunteers. Twin Rivers Soccer league sees the following centres playing together in the following divisions:

U4, U6,U8 and U10 St.George are played in their home town
U10 = Play in Paris, Burford and Ayr
U12 = Play in Paris, Burford, Ayr & St George
U14 = Play in Paris, Burford, Ayr & St George
U17 = Play in Paris, Burford, Ayr, St. George, Norwich
U21 = Play in Paris, Burford, Ayr, Delhi & Norwich


The Paris Soccer Club League gives a big shout out to all our volunteers. You determine the quality of the Paris Soccer Club environment and the quality of the experiences for our players and their families; without volunteers, we would not exist. Our volunteers are continually giving back and paying forward in their communities within Brant County. The Paris Soccer Club recognizes that volunteers support almost every part of the sporting pathway in roles as diverse as coaches, officials, team managers, administrators, board and committee members, with many individuals filling multiple roles. Volunteer coaches and officials are critical to ensuring a strong development pathway, one that supports the progress of our future champions from grassroots to high performance. Volunteering allows them to develop the skills and confidence required to achieve success in soccer and life. Kids and their supporting volunteers are the backbone of the Paris Soccer Club and our Brant County Community.

According to Statistics Canada over one-half of Canadians contribute their time, energy and skills to groups and organizations. This includes providing leadership on boards and committees or mentoring in coaching children and youth in Brant County. In short, our volunteers help shape the Brant County communities and enabled us to deliver programs and services to our children and youth. The Paris Soccer Club is always looking for fresh faces to continually evolve and expand our great volunteer base. There is a growning need for more volunteers and there are always volunteer positions available for all ages and experience level. If you are interested in volunteering please send an email at admin@parissoccer.ca.

For more information on volunteer positions and descriptions check out our fantastic volunteer page.