Dear Players, Parents, and Graduates of Saints FC,         June 18/18

In the past 7 years since April 18, 2012 as Senior and Junior Boys Head Coach, I have had the honour of working with 109 players, seeing 870 goals scored, winning 24 tournaments, making countless memories, and building lifelong relationships. You have all inspired and supported me, teaching me valuable lessons about how to become a better coach and person. To say that it has been a privilege would be an absolute understatement, as every year I look forward to the spring soccer season. As many of you know, I took over the team back as a grade nine student and simply had an objective to win our first soccer tournament in school history, but you all did much better than that. You made me believe that anything would be possible with hard work and commitment. We have won the largest tournament in Halton Catholic District School Board every year for 7 years in a row, became the first team to win a 32 team tournament, hosted and won the first ever junior indoor tournament, were invited by Toronto FC to the Parade of Champions and to help as Ball Kids, were challenged to play against public schools, and made this school one that is known everywhere in the region for soccer. You have all made this journey so special for me, helping me grow into a better coach, mentor, and person. Every time I put on my coaching jersey, I know that I have a duty to motivate our team and get to work with my favourite people in the world. Thank you for always having my back, never giving up in times of adversity, and sharing a passion for this team. I know I am often tough on you, but that is because I want the best for each and every one of you both on the soccer pitch and in your life. Saints FC has been a massive part of my life and makes me feel at home. Even with all my activities with Queen's University, my exchange semester in Italy, and Oakville Soccer Club, I always manage to find my way back to you. As I look back down memory lane today through the pictures, videos, and trophy case, I remember what it was like to be on the team back in 2009, 2010, and 2011. If you think about it, the quality of players who have stepped on our practice field has been incredible. This message is to thank you for everything. Thank you for believing. Thank you for achieving. Thank you for inspiring. I will always be the biggest supporter of Saints FC. The purpose of this message is to let you know that 2018 could possibly be my last season as head coach. I want to be honest so we can cherish these moments together. If this so happens to be my Final Creed, I want you to know that I intend to keep in touch with all of you and wish you the absolute best in the future.

Best Regards,
Coach Aslett

Senior Saints FC 2018:
  • North Oakville Cup: Tuesday June 19 @ Shell Park. Meet @ 7:40am on Field 1. Please see below for updated tournament information package.
  • Honour Roll: Updated games played and goal scorers file is now posted.
  • Team Party: Thursday June 28 @ SJPII School (details to follow).

Ascension Cup Medal Request Form

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North Oakville Invitational Tournament Champions 2017
Ascentrick Invitational Tournament Champions 2017, 2016, 2014; Bronze Medal 2015
St. Ignatius of Loyola Feeder School Tournament 
Champions 2017, 2016, 2013
St. John Paul II Invitational Tournament 
Champions 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014; Semi-Finals 2013

St. Andrew Invitational Tournament
Champions 2016, 2015, 2013
St. Christopher Junior Invitational Tournament
Finalists 2016
St. John Paul II BBBS Junior Charity Tournament Champions 2016, 2015

St. Joan of Arc Junior Invitational Tournament Champions 2015
Oakville Soccer League Champions 2014
St. Marguerite Invitational Tournament Champions 2014, 2013, 2012
Winter Classic Indoor Invitational Tournament Finalists 2014

St. Francis Invitational Tournament Champions 2012

Welcome to the official Saint John Paul II School Boys Soccer Team (Oakville) Website!
All team news, information, and statistics can be viewed here!

Team History

In 2017, SJPII added four more championships to our trophy case! In April, SJPII finished third at the St. Joan of Arc Junior Invitational after scoring 16 goals in four games. In May, SJPII advanced to the quarter-finals of the SJPII Junior Champions League Indoor Tournament. At the 32 team SJPII Senior Outdoor Classic, SJPII emerged victorious after scoring 48 goals in six games to win the title for a fourth consecutive year. At the Loyola Cup, SJPII won all preliminary games followed by the final match 4-0. In June, SJPII won the 16 team Ascentrick Invitational after scoring 32 goals in six games. At the inaugural North Oakville Cup, SJPII claimed the title by winning five games including the championship 8-1.

In 2016, SJPII claimed five more championship titles for our collection! In April, SJPII defended its title at the SJPII Junior Invitational after scoring 22 goals in four games. In May, SJPII was defeated 4-3 in the finals of the St. Christopher Junior Invitational after scoring 28 goals in five games. At the 32 team SJPII Outdoor Classic, SJPII defended its title by scoring 30 goals in seven games to win the largest tournament in board history. The tournament raised $1500 for the HCCEF Student Guardian Program. At the Loyola Cup, SJPII won all group games before winning the championship match 2-1. In June, SJPII won the 16 team Ascentrick Invitational Cup after scoring 22 goals in five games. At the St. Andrew Invitational Cup, SJPII defended its title by winning six games including the championship match 6-0.

In 2015, SJPII earned four more championship titles to add to our school record! In April, SJPII finished first at the inaugural SJPII Charity Tournament after scoring 31 goals and winning five games. At the six team St. Joan of Arc Invitational, SJPII scored 34 goals in five games while winning the championship match 5-1. In May, SJPII defended our title at the SJPII Classic by scoring 34 goals in six games to make history as the first school to win a 24 team tournament. At the eight team St. Andrew Invitational Cup, SJPII fielded the youngest squad in school history and won the tournament championship match 7-1 after scoring 27 goals in five games. At the Ascentrick Invitational Cup, SJPII was defeated 3-2 in an intense semi-final matchup after scoring nineteen goals in the group stage, then winning the bronze medal match.

In 2014, PJPII added four more championships to the trophy case! In January, PJPII finished second in the eight team Winter Indoor Classic. After eight games and scoring 55 goals, we were defeated by St. Andrew in a penalty shootout. In May, PJPII won the 16 team PJPII Classic after scoring 28 goals and winning six games. At the 16 team St. Marguerite Invitational Cup, PJPII won six straight games to win the tournament for the third year in a row. At the 16 team Ascentrick Invitational Cup, PJPII scored 19 goals in five games on route to winning the championship. In the inaugural Oakville Soccer League, after scoring 25 goals in four games, PJPII won the competition with a 8-5 win in the finals.

In 2013, PJPII added three more championships to our collection! In May, PJPII won the eight team St. Andrew Invitational Cup after scoring 19 goals and winning five games. At the 16 team St. Marguerite Invitational Cup, PJPII scored goals in five games to advance to the final. After falling behind 3-1 with five minutes to play, two quick goals allowed us to proceed to penalties. PJPII won 3-0 in the shootout to retain the title. At the Loyola Cup, PJPII won each of their group games before capturing the inaugural title after a 4-0 win in the final. At the final tournament (PJPII Invitational Cup), PJPII scored 13 goals in the group stage before losing a heartbreaking semi final 3-2.

In 2012, PJPII won our first two championships! In May, PJPII participated in the St. Marguerite Invitational Cup in Milton. Throughout the 16 team tournament, we scored 39 goals and won 6 games. We then became Champions after winning the final 4-3 in shootout! In June, PJPII participated in the St. Francis Invitational Cup in Oakville. Throughout the 10 team tournament, we scored 19 goals in 6 games. PJPII became Champions after winning 2-0 in the cup final.

Coach Matthew took over the team in April 2012 and are dedicated to add many more trophies to our trophy case.

Quotes of the Day:

“Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do.” -- Pele

"You miss 100% of the shots you don't take." -- Wayne Gretzky

"You can't put a limit on anything. The more you dream, the farther you get." --Michael Phelps



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