SATUC World Cup 2017, Canadian Team
(Through sports, we can break socio-economic barriers) This is our Canadian team slogan in Canada. SATUC is working in collaboration with (NGO_ MYSL) Introducing FREEKIXA program supporting youth facing social barriers due to family, financial or immigration status to pick 8 young players, from Canadian children, including the goalkeepers. SATUC World CUP led by Sheikha Al Thani will soon announce the names of the players who will compete for a place in the 2017 SATUC CUP.

SATUC World Cup 2017, Canadian Team   MYSL, aims to help underprivileged, neighborhood, challenging personal, circumstances children that facing any social barriers due to family, financial or immigration status to represent Canada in an international 5 a-side Soccer tournament this summer 2017. MYSL will be holding trials and training camps across the region to select 8 most deserving players under 15 years old, where final candidates will be representing Canada at SATUC World Cup 2017. The Tournament will host approximately 32 countries from 5 continents, and will provide a great opportunity for learning and growth. They will interact with young people from countries across the globe.

For SATUC founder Sheikha Al Thani and all the SATUC team it is a real honour and privilege help support the Canadian children. Sheikha is truly humbled to be in a position to provide these courageous and talented children with opportunities to make their dreams come true. SATUC believes it is our duty as a conscientious member of the global charitable community to step in and offer whatever help we can to these children who have already had to suffer so much in their young lives. We encourage each and every one of you to rally round and help support our Canadian children. For more information about our team in Canda, please press the link http://www.mysl.ca/freekix
 

About MYSL 

1999: MYSL is was formed by a group of parents who were interested to encourage their children to participate in affordable sports
2004:  MYSL formally registered as a not-for-profit organization in Ontario Canada
2004: MYSL membership grew from 150 players to 300 players requiring bigger fields, MYSL moved to Dixie and Derry fields
2010: MYSL reached 800 Players, moved to bigger field on Sherwood Parks in Mississauga
2011: MYSL Started winter indoor sessions in Oakville Ontario
2011: MYSL Started EliteKix for beginners to make sure players are developing their skill under the supervision of trained coaches
2012: MYSL reached 1500 Players (1200 in the summer playing in Churchill Meadows) and 300 winter membership playing in Hershey Centre
2012: MYSL started a new branch in London Ontario with 250 Players
2013: MYSL started a second winter session making it 3 different sessions with total participation of 1800 players a year
2015: MYSL started FreeKix , A program by MYSL supporting youth facing social barriers due to family, financial or immigration status, See www.mysl.ca/freekix .
2016: MYSL Volunteers reaches 300 active volunteers