Activities and Groups

Our club activities are attractive and shall increasingly attract children and the youth in the future.

• Soccer

The German Canadian Football Club (GCFC) is an integral part of the German Canadian Club. Founded in 1934, one year after the founding of the German Canadian Club, the GCFC has contributed enormously to the vitality of the Club.
An atmosphere of revitalization continues to happen. The GCFC comprises 18 OSA registered competitive/development teams alongside a U8 development program.
Mini and youth teams, U8 to U15, play at a competitive level in the LDYSL. One men’s competitive team in the WOSL. The GCFC also has a very strong and successful women’s program with teams playing in all divisions of LAWSL. Three men’s masters teams play in the MMSL (35+) League.
Soccer is alive and thriving at the GCFC and we want you to be part of it!
Are you a competitive player, manager, coach (or potential coach) that would like to be part of this ever expanding FC ?
Do you have a son or daughter that would like to play soccer at a competitive level? GCFC can help!
German nationality is NOT a requisite at our club. We take pride in our multi-cultural teams.
For more information, please visit the soccer website at

• Sporting Events

• Skat

The Skat Group was founded in 1934. At this time there are only 12 members, who play Skat every first Friday of the month. The group would be happy to welcome new members.

• Tennis

Lessons for all ages

Detailed flyer for the 2017 season

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• Choir for all ages

The Lyra Choir was founded in 1953 We are a mixed choir and have 40 active choir members. Our choir sings under the direction of Professor emeritus Alvin Reimer. We are not professionals; our bond is the love of singing. We offer enjoyable evenings, a better knowledge of music and an improvement of the voice. We give concerts in our club and in the community. We have concert tours in Canada and abroad. We meet every Monday at 20:00 hrs at the German-Canadian Club for choir rehearsal. Would you like to join us? Please call Hans J. Sandker 519 245-1922 or Annett Filler 519 435-1824 or, even better just drop in on a Monday night and see for yourself.

• Handicraft group

• Special Events

• Seniors Group

The Seniors Group is a subgroup of the German-Canadian-Club. Everybody who enjoys German tradition, singing, music, coffee, cake and German “Gemuetlichkeit” is welcome. Our group enjoys activities 12 month of the year and we offer you: “Kaffeeklatsch” with a live band, Bingo( coffee, cake, live band) monthly, handicraft hour twice a month, Picnic , Mothers Day, Fathers Day celebration and the highlight Christmas dinner and entertainment. Bus trips are also available. Further information call 519-433-2901

• Christmas Bazaar

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