INFORMATION ON THE 2013 EDITION OF THE ICEBREAKER TOURNAMENT
This year, the maximum number of U-12 and OLDER TEAMS that we have been authorized to accept into the Icebreaker has been set at 180 for each of the two week-ends of the Tournament.
In addition, we have been authorized to host 64 teams at the U9 and U10 Festivals and 48 teams in the U10 and U11 teams during each of the Girls' and Boys' tournaments.
Please register your team as soon as you can (even before your final player selections have been made) so as to try to avoid disappointment because in four of the last four years, we have had to turn down approximately 50 teams' applications for entry in one or the other of the two week-end competitions.
PLEASE NOTE: WE DO NOT need a players' list or Team Roster when you register. We simply need to know that your team exists and in which League and Division you will play. As per usual, we will close groups when they are full - even if this occurs before April 10, 2013. Thanks.
THE 19th ANNUAL OTTAWA INTERNATIONALS' "ICEBREAKER" SOCCER TOURNAMENT
Girls: May 25 and 26, 2013 :~: Boys: June 1 and 2, 2013
Entry Fees are $375 for U-9 and U-10 Festival teams, $425 for the U-10 and U-11 Divisions and $475 for all other age groups.
ICEBREAKER DIVISION DEFINITIONS
U9 and U10 FESTIVAL TEAMS
U9 and U10 Festival Teams are to select whether they wish to play in the stronger division (the Ice Pile) or in the standard division (the Snow Bank). This is different from last year when all U-9 teams were placed in a single division.
ERSL U13 to U18 Regional (Ont. L3) teams and Quebec "AA" Level teams,
EODSA League U10-U11 Premier Division and U12 Division 1 teams
Any team playing at the highest level in an Ontario Regional or a Multi-Jurisdictional League.
Note: OYSL (Ont. L1), LSEQ (Quebec "AAA") and US ODP teams will play in the Ice Pool but in the next highest age grouping.
ERSL U13 to U18 Premier Division and EODSA League Division 1 teams and Quebec "A" Level teams
EODSA League U10, U11 and U12 Division 2 teams
Teams playing in a Division other than the top Division in an Ontario Regional or a Multi-Jurisdictional League.
Club Teams playing in an Ontario District League,
Recreation level teams that are "carded" to play Competitively.