The WSC Apparel Online Store is now Open. The store has WSC logo optional equipment, as well as replacement items. We will place one order at the beginning of May for delivery later in the month, so order now.
How about the ever popular hoodie . Great for those chilly morning practices, as well always cool to wear around Westmount showing your favourite soccer club.
Many players choose to wear their WSC tracksuit to games and practices. It is the same smart tracksuit that your coaches wear with the club crest on the jacket. Supplied by Adidas in a full range of sizes, you will look sharp. Its like a tuxedo for soccer.
Tired of losing your soccer stuff? The solution is a WSC soccer bag. This Adidas backpack is designed to hold your soccer practice ball as well as cleats, shin guards and all the other gear. Embroidered with the WSC crest.
We also have a WSC rain jacket, as well as replacement socks and a replacement practice ball. They do get lost!
Unsure about sizing? We will have some tracksuits and hoodies at the photo sessions, so come along and try then. Dates will be posted online.
The U17 boys team has been admitted by the league to play in the AA division. Our teams have participated in A leagues in the past, so this is the first time the club has entered a youth team in the higher AA category. This required a derogation from the league.
Many of the players on the U17 team have been playing for the club since U11, and have a very competitive track record over the last few seasons. The U17 team has played AA in tournaments in the past , and has experience playing older teams. Coach Sid, WSC Technical Director, is sure that the guys can step up to the challenge.
Registration is still open for all teams
The Montreal Impact has announced that Kevin Gilmore will take over as President. As father of Zack, Kevin has been a loyal supporter of Westmount Soccer Club. Zack has been playing with WSC since our first season in 2012, and most recently was on the U23 Mens team. We hope that Kevin will still find time to watch the occasional WSC game, and wish him well in his new position.
This season, WSC entered its first team in the Lac St Louis Adult league. Our team was nominally Under 23, although was playing in an Under 35 mens league. Many of the players had played for the WSC youth teams in the past, or are current coaches of younger teams. With limited field time, all games were played away from home this season. Continue reading
After experiencing highs and lows during the regular season, a series of serendipitous events allowed U15M to find themselves in an enviable position, playing for gold. Continue reading
The Westmount U10 girls played their home opener against Pointe-Claire under a perfectly sunny, blue sky on Sunday afternoon The team showed marked improvement from their first game of the season held the week before. The girls are motivated and happy to be playing together as a team. The coaches are looking forward to watching their progression.
Under the May full moon, the U17 boys put on an excellent display of team work to handily defeat Lakeshore 4-1.
Despite the humidity, there was continuous banter amongst players throughout the evening. This proved to be key as that effective communication allowed them to maintain possession for the majority of the game. Skillful execution of key plays and solid passing resulted in two goals by William (one of which was from a corner), a confident tap in by Oscar after the goalie fumbled a shot from a free kick, and a perfectly played corner kick from Harry headed in by Ugo (see Picture).
With two wins already under their belt, the season is off to a great start. Well done U17!
The U8 team opened their home season with a close game against Lakeshore on Sunday playing 5×5. For most of the team, this was their first experience playing intercity soccer, and there were smiles all round after a close battle.
They had every reason to be proud of themselves, with some great goalkeeping, and excellent passing trying to find opportunities.
After a fantastic month of football, full of surprises, we have 2 winners in the contest.
Coach Sid wins the coaches contest, as the only coach to choose France to win.
Luca R. from the U17 team had selected France and the winner, with Belgium in second place. Several players had chosen France, but Luca’s entry had Belgium placed highest.
Sid and Luca will be the jersey winners.
An honourable mention goes to Val for having the foresight to select Croatia to win.
Thanks to club equipment supplier Evangelista Sport for sponsoring the competition. Continue reading
The Club opened the season with an exhibition game with U17 Boys against NDG U18. Continue reading