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COVID-19 Fundraiser

Hello Parents, Coaches and Players of Tillsonburg F.C.,

With these uncertain time upon us currently, we the Board of Tillsonburg F.C., would like to offer you an opportunity to help the fundraising for our Strong and Growing Football community.

If you have a few minutes of time, and would like to rid your garage of your accumulated empties of alcoholic beverages we have a place at 260 Tillson Ave, in Tillsonburg.  

All you will have to do is follow the signs at 260 Tillson Ave to drop off your empties at this location.  Once our Covid-19 ban on dropping empties off at the Beer Store is lifted, we as the Football community will take them back for refund.

If you want to inform others who would like to drop their empties off we will not turn them away.

If you wish to drop off any of your empties at any time, during the week not just on weekends.  We will be checking daily.

In keeping with the current contact ban, we ask that you drop the bottles off in the designated area and we will safely store them in the building. 

After we count the totals at the end of May, we will post our total of the fundraising on our website.   Update, for May as of today, we totaled $149.50 in empties return.   We will hold off on taking to the beer store until they are completely open.   Thanks for your support. 

Yours In Football,

Peter McDowell

Vice-President of Tillsonburg F.C.


Pricing for 2020

Mini Fields                      $275.00       AGES 9 AND 10

Intermediate                 $320.00     AGES 11 AND 12

Full Field                          $350.00   AGES 13 AND ABOVE

Players need to Register Now,  Registration Fee will be subtracted from the Total Fee.  Once Team has confirmed the  player for the 2020 season.


MASTERS 2020 SEASON HAS BEEN, CANCELLED, Hope to see you in 2021.




Tillsonburg Football Club is excited to be able to announce that it has established an affiliation
agreement with Vancouver Whitecaps of Major League Soccer, and their local London
development center. “This promises to be a major benefit to our growing club, to the training
and development of our coaches and to the young players of our town and region” said club
president Mark Locker. “It’s a big move forward for the club. Whitecaps want to be here. They
love our facility, and they want to be connected to the player pool in this area.”
The agreement signifies a commitment by the Whitecaps to provide coach training and a well-
honed player development curriculum for Tillsonburg F.C. Along with this, while the local club continues
to play independently under its own banner, Tillsonburg F.C. players are considered part of the Whitecaps’
system, will experience Whitecaps’ training and will be seen by their scouts on a regular basis.
Players who show significant promise will have the opportunity to train and play with
Whitecaps’ OPDL boys’ and girls’ teams (Ontario Soccer’s highest levels of competition).
Locker further noted, “This is significant for a small town club in Southwestern Ontario. In the
past, promising players would look elsewhere for an opportunity, would hear the promises of
larger clubs in big cities and most of those were really empty—no clear route into the higher
levels of the game, no real player development. Now though, we’re connected with the
number one producer of homegrown players, according to Major League Soccer and the
professional team that sustains our women’s national team. And our grassroots players are
being coached by coaches who themselves will get the best guidance available. Ontario Soccer
ranked Whitecaps number one out of the twenty-five OPDL organization in the province in

Our new Tillsonburg F.C. Logo in Colour

Tillsonburg Football Club

Recent changes to Ontario Soccer (OS) and Canadian Soccer Association (CSA) regulations mean that Tillsonburg Football Club has had to form separately from Tillsonburg Minor Soccer Club. Because we operate inside of the competitive stream that is ultimately affiliated to FIFA (the world governing body), we are not allowed to be part of an unaffiliated organization.
The separation is amicable, and we would direct you to T.M.S.C. if you or your child are looking to play house league soccer.
Tillsonburg Football Club is the provider of developmental, competitive and elite soccer for youth and adults in this area.  As such, we seek to meet the standards and expectations of the Canadian Soccer Association for Long Term Player Development.




Phone: 519-710-8553