Ontario Soccer's Governing Documents pertain to the "administration of the game" in Ontario.
Ontario Soccer and all organizations affiliated with them including, but not limited to, District Associations, Leagues, Clubs, Associate Members, OSA-Recognized Non-Club Academies (ORNCA) and all Ontario Soccer Registrants are governed by, and subject to, where applicable, the following Ontario Soccer Governing Documents:
- Ontario Soccer Bylaws:
The OSA By-Laws provide the structure and framework for the governance of the OSA. The By-Laws are approved by the Member Organizations of the OSA.
Ontario Soccer Policies:
An Ontario Soccer Policy is a position adopted by the Board of Directors that directs a definitive course of action for the organization to enhance consistent decision making throughout the organization. Ontario Soccer Policies shall be developed and approved by the Board of Directors.
Ontario Soccer Operational-Procedures:
Ontario Soccer's Operational Procedures are the specific methods or processes used to implement the policies of the organization in the day-to-day operations of the organization. Ontario Soccer's Operational Procedures shall be developed by Staff and is approved by the Executive Director. When required, the development and approval of some Operational Procedures may be delegated to other groups (other than staff)
Governing Documents of FIFA and CSA: The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) is the International Sport Governing Body and the Canadian Soccer Association (CSA) is the National Sport Governing Body in Canada.