About our programs
The Nepean Hotspurs are proud to offer many levels of play and programs for any age.
More than just a name, the “Let the Kids Play” summer youth recreational program for players under age 12 is guided by a philosophy that focuses on fun and carries the primary objective of building a love for the sport for life.
No standings or scores are kept in the LKP program, which helps encourage players to try new skills. Players at similar levels of development are placed together for training, and small-sided games ensure players frequently touch the ball.
Hotspurs recreational players in the U12-U18 age group take part in the South Side Soccer League alongside recreational players from other clubs, with the focus remaining on fun and exercise.
Our TOP DAWG program is for U9-U12 players who want more practice time, which can provide a boost for those who aspire to play in the competitive ranks.
We have a strong competitive history and own one of the deepest collection of nationally-certified coaches of any Canadian community soccer club. We are also one of the small number of leading clubs granted a franchise in the new Ontario Player Development League for youth high-performance players.
The Hotspurs offer a Summer Development Camp for competitive players, with a focus on the development of small technical skills and individual ball mastery.
Read more about the Let the Kids Play program: Let The Kids Play program lights up summer soccer nights in Nepean
About the Nepean Hotspurs Soccer Club
For 45 years, the Nepean Hotspurs Soccer Club has been a pillar in our community, introducing the “beautiful game” to thousands and thousands of players and delivering quality programs to players of all ages and skill levels.
Ingrained in our culture thanks to consistent technical leadership under the direction of National ‘A’-Licensed Club Head Coach Boris Bajagic, we have become known as a hotbed of coaching excellence, which enhances the development of all of our members.
We have a legion of dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers, who have received honours for positive impact they’ve had on participants’ lives.
Top Canadian national team talents such as Charmaine Hooper, Lyndon Hooper and Kristina Kiss have worn the distinctive Hotspurs red and white stripe during their careers and many alumni have gone on to outstanding careers at colleges and universities across North America.
While we take pride in their achievements, we take even greater pride in the impact we’ve had on our wider community through the club’s efforts over many years.
Visit us online at: http://nepeanhotspurs.ca