Summer Festival & Cup

Saturday, September 24

Mayor John Tory and Councillor Christin Carmichael-Greb unveiled the new murals on the Eglinton Park Fieldhouse. A project of Artbarn School.


      Thank you to our festival sponsors:

   Kick Zone    HTO To Go

online registration is open


Skills Development Camps, Recreational Leagues and Competitive Tryouts



  • Two 10-week sessions, Fall (Oct-Dec) and Winter (Jan-early April) for players born between 2003 and 2012; more options of days, time.
  • NEW: For players born in 2010 and 2011 who are considering trying out for the competitive Nitros program (in September of the year before they turn 8), the Train-to-be-a-Nitro program offers 10-week Fall and Winter and 14-week indoor turf programs.
  • Program details: locations, dates, fees, registration
    • early registration discount in effect until September 20
    • each camp has limited enrollment; some options are full or nearly full


  • NEW: For players born in 2006 and earlier, Saturday leagues on indoor turf at Central Tech.
  • For players born between 2007 and 2010; increased capacity for indoor soccer leagues (Futsal) in local school gyms.
  • Program details: locations, dates, fees, registration


  • Open age and over-30
  • Co-ed leagues, men's leagues, women's program
  • 10-week Fall leagues, 10-week Winter leagues, 17-week leagues
  • Details and registration



NTSC is once again partnering with Special Olympics Ontario and The Rotary Club of Toronto-Eglinton to present a Special Olympics program for players ages 7 to 18 who have an intellectual disability. More details can be found here.


  Uniform Buddies

Uniforms collected by NTSC Uniform Buddies in 2015 have been delivered to teams in Ghana and Kenya. Thank you to the teams that participated and the volunteers who collected, washed and delivered the uniforms. Photos and information about the program.

imgjnetfJvfQs.png   Respect in Soccer On-Line Course   

The Ontario Soccer Association and the North Toronto Soccer Club are committed to promoting positive behaviour on and off the soccer field through the support of Coaches, Parents, Players, Volunteers and Officials. Respect is the communal responsibility of each participant in soccer to create an environment that is both safe and enjoyable for all who take part.

imgpslMTAVTNE.png Click on the image to take the course.