Antigonish Celtics Soccer Club

The Celtics Soccer Club aims to offer quality recreational and competitive programming options for all persons in Antigonish.  We, at the Celtics Club, want to support the development of the whole athlete.  We recognize the value of multisport participation and strive to work collaboratively with the HUB and our other community sport organizations to make Antigonish the best sport community in the country.

Registration for our programs happens here on SportHub. See the Programs page for available program opportunities.

Address: P.O. Box 1182, Antigonish Nova Scotia B2G 2L6
Contact Us:


Organization Role Name Email Phone Number
BoardMember Geoff Spencer


14+ Soccer (born Oct 1 2003 - Dec 31 2008)
Adult Co-Ed Recreational Soccer
U05 Soccer (born 2017)
U07 Soccer (born 2015/2016)
U09 Soccer (born 2013/2014)
U11 Soccer (born 2011/2012)
U13 Soccer (born 2009/2010)
U9 Jamboree


The 2022 recreation season begins May 23 and runs for 10 weeks, wrapping up July 28.

Competitive teams start a little earlier in May and run later throughout the summer. 

Rain policy
Antigonish Celtics Soccer will make every attempt to field a full program of soccer but will take into account the following:
Weather – Soccer will not be cancelled for light rain.  Cancellations will be left up to the discretion of the Recreation committee and may include the following:
Unseasonably cold/wet conditions
Poor field conditions
Field closure – Any closure of the soccer fields by the Town of Antigonish will result in cancellation of all programs scheduled.  Consideration will also be taken for the age group scheduled.
Cancellations will be posted on  facebook and instagram and notices to The Hawk/ 98.9 XFM.  We will try to post  by 5pm

What do House League soccer players wear in the summer?

  • Jerseys for age groups u5-u13 are sponsored by Tim Horton's
  • U5 and U7 players can wear sturdy sneakers or soccer cleats
  • U9 players and older must wear wear soccer cleats and shin pad for safety reasons.

What should we bring to outdoor soccer?

  • Unbreakable water bottle
  • Sunscreen
  • Pants and jacket or sweatshirt if the weather is cool
  • Insect repellent, if desired

  • The Central Sports Field has a portable toilet on site but just to make sure get your child to use the washroom before coming to soccer.
  • Columbus field has a washroom on site.
  • The Jr. High School has no washroom facility. 

For our programs to be successful, we need your help.  Please consider volunteering in any of the following positions.

  • Board Members, Various Committee members,  coaches (training provided)
  • Competitive coaches and assistants (training provided)
  • Season end tournament helpers at the end of July for U9 and U11 players

If you have other ideas about how you can help, please let us know!

If you're able to help with any of these positions, please contact the club


Fair Play and Code of Conduct Policy