Season Sponsors include: Tim Hortons Tim Bit Sports, and BMO. Gold sponsors include: Landex Earthworks, Home Hardware, Dundas Dairy Producers, and Morrisburg Building Centre. Silver Sponsors include: A+ Property Services, Bucket Hat Design, Canadian Tire Morrisburg, Northern Latitudes, Laura's Valu-mart, C Double J Harvesting, Mullin Excavating, Rick Beer Insurance, Smail Accounting Services, Sports Fix, and Thryv.

Fall 2023 Season

September 23, 2023 Update

We have hit the half way point in the regular season. Remember that the schedule will be different for the October 21 playoffs, so expect games at different times on Saturday morning to what the regular season affords.

Tim Hortons Tim Bits U6 FSL Standings

Tim Hortons Tim Bits U9 FSL Standings

BMO U11 FSL Standings

BMO U13 FSL Standings

BMO U18 FSL Standings

Soccer Pitches

This season we are only using the South Dundas Soccer Fields located across the road from Iroquois Public School. For continued player safety, Lakeview Drive between College and Elizabeth is closed to vehicular traffic so players may cross safely for the washroom and canteen.


To start the season, the canteen will be open selling limited items (freezies, water, gatorade). Washrooms are available as well.

Animals, smoking, carts, and other no-nos

No pets are permitted at soccer. Service animals are exempt of course. This is a safety issue as pets have gotten on to the pitch during a match before. It is as much a safety issue for the animals as it is for the players.

No smoking in the parks. That means tobacco or cannabis, and vaping counts too. These are provincial and municipal laws/bylaws.

Motorized carts, atvs, dirt bikes, and the like are not permitted on the grounds. Please park these where vehicles park.

Spectators and Respect in Sport

Families are welcome to watch their players play, and cheer on their teams. A growing issue however has been heckling from the sidelines – both against players and referees. There is zero tolerance for this at South Dundas United. Do not heckle referees, players or coaches. Abuse of referees in all sports is on the rise and if a spectator does this at South Dundas United, they will be asked to leave. Legitimate concerns can be brought to the organizers after a match.