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Scholarship and Fee Assistance


The City of Waterloo Fee Assistance Leisure Access Program is a program of financial support for permanent residents with low income living in Waterloo, that helps individuals participate in the City of Waterloo recreational and affiliated minor sport and arts programs. The assistance is given in the form of a credit to eligible individuals. Eligibility is based on total family income.

Waterloo Minor Soccer Club wishes to acknowledge the following organizations that also provide financial support to eligible applicants:



Waterloo Minor Soccer Club facilitates the participation of youth in the game of soccer regardless of family income through the reduction of membership and program fees. The Club acts to provide support to Waterloo residents when financial alternatives are unavailable. All residents should have an equal opportunity to access soccer programs and enjoy the many benefits that participation brings.

Please click here to view the club’s Fee Assistance Policy.

For questions, please contact the club’s Finance Administrator, Luz Thomas.


The club is pleased to announce the creation of the Waterloo United ‘BIPOC Equity Scholarship’. This scholarship will assist players who otherwise would not be able to play soccer, by providing financial support. This scholarship is available to new and existing members and will focus on players from the Black, Indigenous and People of Colour communities. Our strategy aims to ensure that all youth have the opportunity, motivation, and access to play soccer – regardless of their race, ethnicity, sex, or ability. It is important that Waterloo United becomes a leader in implementing meaningful change in our community as we work towards achieving the goal of racial equality.

To view the BIPOC Scholarship Policy, Please click here. To start the BIPOC Equity Scholarship application process, please click here.

For questions, please contact the club’s Executive director, Paul Burns.