INDOOR SOCCER RE-STARTING ON JANUARY 31
Following the announcement by the Government of Ontario on January 20, 2022, indoor sports facilities will be allowed to reopen on January 31 at 50% of capacity.
All of the North Toronto Soccer indoor programs have been designed to operate at less than 50% of the facility capacities.
Based on permits and specific arrangements with facility operators, program schedules will be completed and published within the next few days.
All players, coaches and officials age 12 and older are required to provide a QR code showing proof of having received 2 doses of an approved COVID-19 vaccine. Players turning 12 must show proof 12 weeks after their 12th birthday.
Due to facility capacity restrictions and lack of space for spectators, no spectators will be allowed inside indoor facilities
North Toronto Soccer is excited to be able to return to soccer training and leagues while following public health guidelines.
January 20, 2022
NEW FOR 2022 RECREATIONAL PROGRAM REGISTRATION:
NTSC just started using a new (to us) system for our 2022 online registrations called PowerUp Sports, a Toronto-based company. If you don’t already have one, you will be asked to create a new PowerUp account. If you have one, simply enter your existing login credentials. The registration process should be intuitive but if you have questions or run into problems, please contact Elaine at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on the picture of each player to get the full story of their journey to University soccer.
2021 Annual General Meeting
At the club's virtual Annual General Meeting on November 29, two new Directors were elected to the 7-person Board of Directors;
- Brenda Ha is the co-coach of her daughter's recreational team and Manager of the OPDL 2007 Boys team. She is the founding Chair of the NTSC Community Partners Committee, established a year ago to co-ordinate club sponsorships, fundraising and grant applications.\
- Kenrick Sylvestre is a former soccer and football player and father of two multi-sport athletes (including soccer). He has been a volunteer coach with North Toronto Soccer for 4 years, currently with the 2010 girls, and is C-License trained. In his professional life Kenrick is Principal and Head of Distribution at INFOR Financial Group. He has been a member of the NTSC Finance & Audit Committee.
Outgoing Directors Beth McCharles and Steve Tenai were thanked for their contributions to the Club and the Board during their terms.
The North Toronto Sports Foundation has raised $200,000 in donations and grants in the past 2 years, to fund community programs including Special Olympics Soccer, Para Soccer, schools programs and financial support for players from families experiencing low income. The need for support programs is increasing, while costs of delivering programs are higher during the pandemic. Thank you to all of the North Toronto Soccer families who have made donations.
North Toronto Nitros gear!
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Congratulations Ralph! Nitros first TFC top team star
North Toronto Nitros graduate Ralph Priso has won a top team contract with Toronto FC! We've got the inside story in an exclusive ntsoccer.com three-part series. To read the inside story Click Here.
North Toronto Soccer in first group to be granted a
NATIONAL YOUTH CLUB LICENSE
"Canada Soccer is pleased to announce that 39 clubs in Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario have been provisionally granted the Canada Soccer National Youth Club Licence.
As the highest amateur youth club designation in the Canada Soccer Club Licensing Program, the National Youth Club Licence recognizes the highest achieving organizations from across Canada. The Program is a key component to Canada Soccer’s Safe Sport Roster that was announced with unanimous support by its membership in May 2019.
“We are pleased to announce the exemplary 39 National Youth Club Licence holders that have worked diligently over the past 12 months to demonstrate a willingness to improve, to collaborate, and most importantly to raise the level of youth football in our country,” said Jason deVos, Canada Soccer’s Director of Development. “Each club worked with Canada Soccer and their respective Provincial and Territorial Member Association to define a roadmap of standards designed to improve the experience for all who participate in the game.”
The organizations have been granted the National Youth Club Licence for a period of two years and have created a collaborative work plan to ensure that they continue to meet the requirements and progress to further achieve the standards set by Canada Soccer. National Youth Club Licence holders display characteristics and demonstrate behaviours aligned with the highest expectations of governance, administration, infrastructure, and technical; support their Provincial and Territorial Member Association and Canada Soccer Pathways; and must participate in standards-based leagues in their Province or Territory by 2020." August 1, 2019 canadasoccer
Special Olympics Soccer in North Toronto
North Toronto is 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.
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