2015 Season

Clairlea-Westview soccer club are looking for players in all positions that have played at a rep level or equivalent before. Our U13 (2002) Boys Team are holding try outs to play in the TDYSL Tier One Division.

We offer a safe and motivating environment for training over the winter season in preparation for the 2015 outdoor season.  We have a Team of qualified and Licenced Coaches with many years of competitive experience.

If you are interested in joining our already growing team of talented and dedicated competitive players please e-mail: [email protected]

Competitive Soccer Program

Clairlea-Westview is committed to providing an opportunity for the best players in the club to continue to develop their soccer skills and passion for the game through higher level competition. We provide two levels of competitive teams at most age groups – All Star and Representative.

Our All Star Convenor is Wayne Foster.

All Star teams are drawn from the house league to play in a few tournaments throughout the summer, in addition to their house league play.

The Competitive Program Convener is Linda Kendall.

Representative teams play under the auspices of the Scarborough Soccer Association in leagues that include Rep teams from other clubs across Ontario, and do not include players from the house league.

Where numbers and the talent pool permit, we also have a few Select teams. Select soccer is a level played between All Star and Rep, and is usually used to prepare a team for Rep play in a subsequent season.


Click on the Coach Names for Contact Information



Head Coach

Under 9 – 2006


Reno Montagnese

U11(2004) Boys


Andrew Wells

U12(2003) Boys


Chris McPherson

U13(2002) Boys


Linda Kendall


Other Details

      1. Each team is comprised of 14 to 18 players.
      2. All representative coaches, managers, and players are subject to the Scarborough Soccer Association rules and regulations, and shall abide by the rules of the Clairlea-Westview Soccer Club.
      3. Coaches are expected to play all players in both halves and for at least half of the game.
      4. Players on the representative teams who have signed the official registration form of the Scarborough Soccer Association, will not be released from their team without the consent and approval of the club executive.

Because of the highly competitive nature of representative teams and the excellent calibre of play, the club usually establishes Select teams for a season or two in advance of registering them at the Representative level. We are careful not to discourage our players by placing them into situations beyond their capabilities. The Select program has proved to be an excellent interim measure. Select and Representative players are usually split into separate boys and girls teams where the number of players permits, unlike the house league.

Select teams often begin at the U9 level for both boys and girls, in preparation for the first season of Representative soccer at the U10 level.