What does Phase 4 mean for Soccer in Nova Scotia

July 14th, 2021

Clubs, Districts & Leagues

Thank you all for adhering to the protocols to keep our game safe the past year and a half. I realize it has been
time consuming, but it’s been extremely helpful with keeping everyone safe. As restrictions start to ease, we are
able to change some administrative requirements to take some work off your plates.

...

SCB 2021 Summer Soccer

The Government of Nova Scotia and Soccer Nova Scotia has given the districts the green light to start their league play on July 5th.  This, of course, is based on that the province COVID number reduce...

SUMMER STUDENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY WITH SCB

Soccer Cape Breton is please to announce that we have received funding for two (2) grants for
employment to assist with the operations of our summer programs.

We are accepting resumes for two (2) Summer Soccer Coordinators. Application deadline will be Friday
April 30th, 2021 at 4:00pm. Resumes can be emailed to Wil van Hal, SCB President at
vanhalw@gmail.com.

...

Smoke Free Places Act - Nova Scotia

Just a reminder to all those who come to watch our games, you are not allowed to smoke at the field, in the stands, or where other spectators are present watching the game or practice. Referees have the power to stop and suspend a game if someone is smoking in an area that is disruptive to any of the participants of the game.

Smoke Free Places Act of Nova Scotia

Go Capers Go

Go Capers Go

SCB

SCB