Poor Air Quality Advisory

At the time of this post, BAS has not postponed any matches due to poor air quality resulting from the forest fires currently burning in many provinces. We will do so, however, if advised by regional health authorities, and/or the City of Brampton, and/or Ontario Soccer. In the meantime, players are advised to take precautions […]

Hydration Breaks

With the warm weather finally here, hydration breaks may become necessary.   Both teams and the game official must agree upon the hydration breaks before the start of play.  The length of each break (typically 2-3 minutes) and the time it is taken (ie. at the the midpoint of each half) should also be agreed […]

The Benefits of Youth Soccer Participation

As an adult soccer league catering to soccer players from Brampton, Mississauga, Caledon and Georgetown for the past 25 years BAS understands the passion and commitment our membership has to the sport. We also know this passion transcends household generations and that many of our members have children whom they’d like to introduce to soccer. […]

Inclement Weather Protocol

The weather doesn’t always co-operate. It would be great if it rained every Tuesday and Thursday after midnight for 3 hours and then stopped. Fields would be lovely and your matches would never be affected. While we always hope for sunny conditions for soccer in Brampton, Mother Nature often has other plans. You may check […]

Free Advertising for BAS Members

Member Advertising BramptonSoccer.com offers free advertising to any member actively participating in a Brampton Adult Soccer Program. Active Participants are defined as individuals registered and participating in the currently active session/season. If you are, for example, playing on a team during the Summer 2023 session, you may submit an advertisement for display for the full duration of the Summer 2023 […]

How to Add a Coach

With most of your player registrations now completed, you may be wondering how to add your coach (if applicable). You are NOT required to have a coach, but if you do, please follow the steps below so that they can remain at the team bench during games.  Otherwise, he/she is a spectator and cannot reside […]

When Brampton Soccer Attacks: 4-1 vs. Honduras

On March 29th, 2023 at BMO Field, in front of a vibrant crowd of Voyageurs the Canadian Men’s National Team throttled Honduras, a team they drew against in their first CONCACAF WC 2022 qualifier. Of significant note was the goal scoring contributions from two son’s of Brampton soccer as Cyle Larin netted twice and Jonathan […]