Register for our 2017-2018 Indoor Programs today!
Indoor Recreational Leagues (players born between 2001 and 2011)
The Indoor Recreational Leagues begin in late October and conclude in late March/early April (16 weeks). Weekly referee’d games are played indoor.
For more information, click here for 2001-2007, and here for 2008-2011.
Indoor Skills Development Camps (Fall and/or Winter) (players born between 2004 and 2014)
The Indoor Camps are great for anyone who wants to improve and practice their skills, to be a more complete, more confident player in club or school soccer. This year, a wider range of dates and times is offered.
For more information, click here for Skills Development,
Train-to-be-a-Nitro (players born in 2011 and 2012)
The train-to-be-a-Nitro program offers enhanced, competitive-oriented training to anyone considering trying out for the Nitros prior to the year they turn 8.
For more information, click here: Train to be a Nitro.
Competitive Team (NITROS) Open Tryouts (players born between 2004 and 2010)
Any aspiring player can attend. Tryout dates, times and locations for players born in 2004 to 2010 will be posted here in the early fall. Trial dates for players born in 2003 and later will be published as the events are scheduled. Any player accepted in the Competitive program will be refunded any paid Indoor Recreational program fees (Indoor League or Skills Development Camps). If you need more information about trials/tryouts, please contact Alex at firstname.lastname@example.org
Game cancellation and Rainout Policy: In some instances, recreational league 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. If you gave us your cell number at time of registration, you are already set-up to receive texts. If not, please click here to sign-up. There’s no extra fee for this service. 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.
Summer Camps at Eglinton Park
- Only 3 weeks left! We have availability, come join us!
- half day (ages 4 to 14) and full day including swimming (6 to 14).
- focus on physical activity, skill development and FUN
- on the grass fields at Eglinton Park, and during inclement weather in the Centre of Excellence classroom training centre at the park.
- instruction by North Toronto Soccer Club technical staff coaches.
- camp program details and registration link are here: Summer Camps
Summer Recreational League
once weekly July to September
NTSC Recreational Session Plans
- The programs this year focus on the fundamentals of soccer (passing, dribbling, etc.) and most importantly FUN
Ages 13 to 16: Tuesday weeknight 11v11 games
League program details are here: Recreational Soccer Leagues
U30 Adult Co-Ed League here
North Toronto SC Partners with The University of Toronto Varsity Blues Soccer
The University of Toronto Varsity Blues soccer program is pleased to announce a new and exciting partnership with the North Toronto Soccer Club (NTSC), effective immediately.
As part of the partnership, Varsity Blues student-athletes will compete as members of NTSC in both League1 Ontario and Ontario Women’s Soccer League (OWSL), hosting events at historic Varsity Stadium at the University of Toronto’s downtown campus.
In addition, NTSC will be establishing two athletic scholarship awards with U of T, one female and one male.
For the full press release click here.
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.