After a difficult two years due to the pandemic the Ottawa Carleton Soccer League returns to full strength with 240 teams participating.
The OCSL season starts on the weekend of May 13th when the Premier and C1 divisions play at Franco Cite and Hillcrest HS.
The OCSL offers 5 men's competitive divisions with the Men's Premier being the highest level. Ontario Cup Champions Gloucester Celtic will again be the team to beat as they search for their 10th OCSL championship in a row.
On the women's side 24 competitive women's teams will participate in 3 divisions, Premier, C1 and C2.
The OCSL is also offering 8 recreational divisions (4 men and 4 women).
The Old Timers divisions will again play on Friday evenings. There will be 6 men over 35 divisions with 3 masters divisions for men over 50.
The EODSA will be assigning games for the OCSL when they are scheduled in the EODSA. Games played in SOSA and Soccer Outaouis will be assigned by those districts.