Summer Camp and Nitros Academy soccer
1-week camps and academy:
Summer Soccer Camp at Eglinton Park - ages 4 to 14 information
Nitros Academy at Sunnybrook Park - open week for ages 8 and older information
Summer Recreational League Schedules
U4 Mixed (2014): A:Sat 9am | B: Sat 10am | C: Sat 11am | D: Mon 6:15pm
U5 Mixed (2013): A:Sat 9am | B: Sat 10am | C: Sat 11am | D: Tues 6:15pm
U6 Boys (2012): A: Sat 9am | B: Sat 10am | C: Wed 6:15pm
U6 Girls (2012): A: Sat 11am | B: Wed 6:15pm
U7 Boys (2011) | U7 Girls (2011)
U8 Boys (2010) | U8 Girls (2010)
U9-10 Boys (2008-2009) | U9-10 Girls (2008-2009)
U11-12 Boys (2006-2007) | U11-12 Girls (2006-2007)
U13-16 Mixed (2002-2005)
Details and online registration: leagues
Game cancellation and Rainout Policy:
In some instances, games may be cancelled ahead of time by the Club due to extreme weather or unsafe field conditions. To alert parents and coaches, we post a notice on the main page of our website, we send emails and we send out a text message. To sign up to receive text messages, click here. There’s no extra fee for this service if your plan includes texts.In other cases (for example thunderstorms), the decision to postpone or cancel is made at the field by the most senior referee present. For more details, please read the NTSC's Weather/Rainout Policy.
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Rochester triumph sees 07s Girls rated no1 in Canada
GETTING HIS MESSAGE ACROSS...07 Girls Head Coach Jesse Assing talks to his White Team champions ahead of one of their section games in Rochester. They went on to lift the Lakefront Classic title with an unblemished win record.
NORTH TORONTO NITROS' 07s Girls Green are now rated the no1 team in Canada by GotSoccer after travelling Stateside to notch up a tournament win in the Lakefront Classic in Rochester last month.
And the great news is that they are joined by our White and Red teams who are both also inside the Top 10 and ranked jointly at fifth!
The 07s girls program has always been one that is highly-rated inside the Technical Staff room, our team of coaches know the depth of talent that exists in both the girls and the boys' Under-11 age groups at NTSC.
Compelling evidence that those opinions are right came in Rochester as the girls and boys travelled to the States for their first ever competitive tournament and the girls returned having won all three divisions they entered.
The 07s Boys Green squad were unfortunate to see their Rochester run halted in the semi-finals but still gained the ranking points that sees GotSoccer rate them no8 in Canada.
Their impressive showing, when they played free-flowing soccer and earned a lot of admirers, was added to with a bracket win for the excellent 07s White Boys to make it four out of six tournament successes for NT. To read the stories and see the pictures of the winners from a memorable June weekend Stateside Click here
SPECIAL FEATURE: The House that NT built
HAVING A BALL...our Under-10 Girls House League action is in full swing as the Spring Program for 2018 rocks on
FOR 38 years now House League has been at the core of North Toronto Soccer Club but in 2018 how has the face of this popular level of soccer changed? This week ntsoccer.com set out to find out, to read our in-depth interview with Head of Recreational Soccer Tom Waud Click here
Nitros Teams Considering New Players
2005 Boys OPDL recruiting High Performance players
Please contact Head Coach Hermann Kingue
2005 Boys TDYSL seaching for a goalkeeper and outfield players.
Please contact Head Coach Connor Bourne
2002 Girls OPDL, the 2017 OPDL champs are recruiting and if you are a High Performance player with the ambition to go to the next level this is your opportunity.
Please contact Head Coach Marko Milanovic
2001 Girls- CSL Regional League, U17 Division
Please contact Head Coach Nordo Gooden
To arrange a session, please contact the head coach listed here to inquire about team availability.
When Saturday Comes in the Fall and Winter: This is how we Train-to-be-a-Nitro
The Train-to-be-a-Nitro program is designed to challenge the physical, mental, and emotional growth of players. The program is focused on individual skill development with an advanced technical curriculum that is specific to this age and ability. Players will be challenged with advanced ball mastery sessions to develop ball familiarity which will incorporate all the fundamental techniques necessary to play the game.
There is a Train-to-be-a-Nitro program for players from U7-U10 in NTSC's Spring & Summer FUNDAMENTALS programs within the recreational league. This is an optional extra hour of skills development each week for interested players.
Special Olympics Soccer in North Toronto
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.
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.
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