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The OFC Story

The OFC was founded in the mid-1950s by the Toronto Argonaut Old Boys, led by Don Durno and Dan Shaw. The conference consisted of several teams from the Toronto area, such as: Scarborough, Weston, Parkdale and Lakeshore, among others.

Our History

The Ontario Football Conference (OFC) runs in two separate divisions: “Varsity” for ages 11 to 19, and “Junior” for ages 17 to 24.

In 2008, the OFC decided to launch a brand new varsity division (ages 17 to 19), and eventually expanded in 2009 to include pee wee (11-12), bantam (13-14), and junior varsity (15-16) for a total 16 teams, and once again in 2010, expanding to a total of 36 teams across four separate age groups.

Currently, there are over 60 teams that compete in the OFC “Varsity Division” (ages 11 to 19), making the OFC the fastest growing amateur football league in all of Ontario (and Canada).

With the exception of the pee wee division, the entire league plays an exclusive and exciting brand of three down Canadian-style football, helping to prepare our young Canadian athletes for Junior OFC football (ages 17 to 24) and/or Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS).

Registration Fee: $750 (Does NOT include National Registry)
Thunder is ready to take on its opponents in the hardest league in Ontario in the OFC