New GIRLS in Sports
One friend per player

Girls In Sports

 As you may or may not know, Girls registered in sports has taken a huge decline in recent years. It's not exactly known why but the statistics below are saddening. According to Gatorade’s recent “Girls In Sports” study, girls are dropping out of sports at 1.5x the rate that boys do by age 14. By age 17, more than half of girls will quit playing sports altogether. We want to maybe try and help curb this trend in our Club. In recent years we have even seen the impact in our Girls Divisions forcing us to reduce teams and spread out the players over the few Teams we have. Click HERE to find out more about our new offer this season.


The Board this year has voted and accepted the re-in-statement of "friend requests". We have listened to your feedback and are willing to give it a try. We are very few Board Members that organize and build the Teams and this is a huge undertaking in terms of time and accuracy. We expect a few hiccups but will do our best to accommodate.  Click HERE to find out more.

About Us

Based in the Valley East community of Greater Sudbury, the Valley East Soccer Club was established to provide a personal growth experience through the game of soccer while promoting lifelong participation in the sport.

Since its formation in 1977, we have grown to serve over 1,000 youth players annually. Operating as a non-profit organization comprised entirely of volunteers, we're driven to spread the enjoyment of soccer to all youth in our community who choose to participate in the sport.

Recreational House League Soccer

Recreational league soccer provides players with the opportunity to play for enjoyment, to make friends and to develop a healthy lifestyle. Our programs are available to children as young as three years of age and have included adults in previous years.


Our Mission

VESC strives to promote and develop the game of soccer within the District Boundaries of the Greater City Of Sudbury.

We enable individuals of all age groups to develop their character as resourceful and responsible Members of their community by providing opportunities, through the game of soccer, for their mental, physical, social and leadership development.

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