About the Club:
The Pegasus AC Soccer Club was established in April, 1997,
initially to introduce soccer leagues for girls and women to the former
Township of Pittsburgh and the town of Gananoque, Ontario, Canada.
The club's teams are based in and around Kingston. We founded and manage:
- several children's/youth recreational and competitive outdoor teams;
- women's recreational and competitive indoor divisions;
- a women's recreational outdoor casual season;
- a co-ed recreational indoor league;
For Children and Youth:
The club offers recreational soccer for players ages 4 and up. Those aged 4 to 7 participate in micro-soccer, on fields measuring 20 metres by 40 metres. Children aged 8 to 11 play mini-soccer, on fields spanning 40 metres by 65 metres. Youth aged 12 and older play on full-sized fields.
During the fall/winter season, the club offers scrimmage and skills
training sessions for various ages. Consult this website for more
Pegasus's Women's Soccer Division: is for women 30 years of age
or older, emphasising fun, friendship and fitness for participants.
During spring and summer, the women play on artificial turf, on Friday
evenings. For the fall/winter indoor season, games are played on Tuesday
evenings, with squads that are six people per side, including a
Pegasus's Co-ed Indoor Division: is a recreational division
run during the fall/winter, on Saturday afternoons. Squads consist of
six (6) players per side, including a goalkeeper. During play, at least
three women must be on the field at all times. Women must be 30 years of
age or older, while the age restriction for men is 35 years of age and
This page updated September 21, 2010.