Some history and soccer during Spring Break

Recharge your batteries

Established by Fernand Paradis while with the Catholic School Commission of Quebec, the idea of Spring Break came about as a way to counter heavy absenteeism in schools towards the end of February. In order to be recharged and raring to go for exams, he proposed a break, which officially came into effect in 1983.

Trying is embracing

After an initial test phase that brought interest from Quebeckers for this initiative, spring break became an integral part of the school calendar and continues to be for over 30 years now.

Spend your spring break with the Impact

For the very first time, the Impact’s SoSc is pleased to offer a spring break camp in three different venues around greater Montreal in order to best accommodate young players and help them reach their full potential.

Only a few spots left

Only a few spots remain near you! To check availability, click here!

In addition to 15 hours of training and the advice of its technical staff, the SoSc is offering a free Adidas T-shirt and Impact soccer ball!


Check out some photos and video from the 2012 Spring Break Camp!

Contest: My Spring Break with the Impact

Take part in our Facebook contest and be entered for a chance to win a spot in the spring break camp at the SoSc ($185 Value)!