Summer League Season Schedules:
U04 Mixed (2015): A: Saturdays at 9:30am / B: Saturdays at 10:30am / C: Mondays at 6:15pm
U05 Mixed (2014): A: Saturdays at 9:30am / B: Saturdays at 10:30am / C: Tuesdays at 6:15pm
U06 Boys (2013): A: Saturdays at 9:30am / B: Saturdays at 10:30am / C: Wednesdays at 6:15pm
U06 Girls (2013): A: Saturdays at 9:30am / B: Wednesdays at 6:15pm
U07 Boys (2012) / U07 Girls (2012)
U08 Boys (2011) / U08 Girls (2011)
U09-10 Boys (2009-2010) / U09-10 Girls (2009-2010)
U11-12 Boys (2007-2008) / U11-12 Girls (2007-2008)
U13-16 Mixed (2003-2006)
Game cancellation and Rainout Policy (texting service):
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. If you gave us your cell phone number at time of registration, you are already signed up for this text service. If you didn’t, or are unsure, you can still sign up, 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 program supervisor or the most senior referee present. For more details, please read the NTSC's Weather/Rainout Policy.
Summer League and Summer Camp
Information and Schedules are available here.
2019 Spring Festival & Tournament
Thank you to the players, parents, coaches and staff for making the Spring Festival a success.
Thank you to our festival & tournament sponsors:
All age groups U6 and older have one remaining game in the Spring Season during the week of June 24 to 27, on the regular weeknight - links are below.
Nitros competitive teams looking for players
The North Toronto Nitros are currently looking for interested players for the following age groups:
U17 (2003/02) Girls OPDL
U14 (2005) Boys OPDL
U13 (2006) Boys TSA
U13 (2006) Boys CSL
U14 (2005) Girls CSL Goalkeeper
U17 (2002) Boys TSA
For more details, please click HERE
07s Boys do the double in Rochester
LET'S GET RED-DY TO PARTY...the victorious 07s Boys Green and White squads with the Grassroots coaching staff
NORTH TORONTO NITROS SOCCER'S 07 Boys squads racked up a double tournament success in the Lakefront Classic in Rochester at the weekend under the guidance of Head Coach Andy King, Octavian Ghidanac and Grassroots Manager Tom Waud. For the full story of their exploits and some excellent displays from our 08s Boys squads Click here
Going pro: Adam and Niba's debt to Nitros
IT WAS MENTOR BE...Niba MacDonald (left) and Adam Hemati meet up again with their Nitros coach Hermann Kingue
ADAM HEMATI and Niba MacDonald are making their way in the world of professional soccer in the very different leagues of Iran and Slovakia. For Adam life is with Iranian giants Persepolis and for Niba he wears the colours of FC Nitra in the top division of Slovakian soccer. This summer when they returned to Toronto the first task on their lists was to look up their old Nitros coach Hermann Kingue to thank him for the influence he has had on their careers. Here at ntsoccer.com we caught up on the stories of our two alumni but first we asked coach Kingue his memories of their development at the club. To read our in-depth feature special Click here
08s Girls smash their debuts in the States
THE FIRST STEPS...our 08s Girls Green squad celebrate their first competitive tournament victory in America
NORTH TORONTO NITROS SOCCER'S 08 Girls made their debut trip to America for the Lakefront Classic earlier this month and emerged with two teams clinching tournament wins. Coaches Euan Montgomerie and Jesse Assing were delighted with the girls' showing and you can read the full story of their exploits in our news section Click here
Peter Rogers: He's got NT at Heart
THEN AND NOW...Avery Rogers joined Nitros as a four-year-old kid with dad Pete as a parent coach, he's still there in OPDL!
PETER ROGERS volunteered as a parent coach with Nitros nine years ago when his daughter Avery joined the House League program. Now he is Team Co-Ordinator with our U13 OPDL Girls squad as Avery continues to develop. In our latest NT at Heart feature we asked Peter to look back over nearly a decade with the club as a big part of his family's lives and give us his story. To read Coach Pete's interview Click here
05s Girls are no1 in Canada after strong Umbro show
PEAK PERFORMERS....NITROS U14 OPDL Girls lost the Umbro Cup Final but landed the no1 ranking in the country
NORTH TORONTO NITROS' U14 Girls lost a tight Umbro Cup Final 2-1 to Markham at the weekend but they were part of a strong showing from the club that also saw the 03s Boys and the 04s Boys win their Showcase brackets.
To read the full story on our Umbro exploits Click here
Olivia Mancini lands Canada U17 call-up
STANDARD BEARER...Nitros' Olivia Mancini wrapped in the Canada flag after her national team call-up news broke this week
NORTH TORONTO NITROS SOCCER central defender Olivia Mancini has won a coveted call-up to the Canada U17 women's National Team camp which begins in Markham this weekend. It's the next step in a journey that has taken dedicated Liv from House League at the club into the highest levels of the game. This week ntsoccer.com caught up with our latest National Team candidate to reflect on her story so far. To read Olivia's interview Click here
The Fab 15! Nitros a huge part of Team Ontario v Quebec
PROVINCIAL PRIZE...(TOP ROW, left to right) Pablo Hempelmann, Dino Custovic, Maya Sanchez-Ceccarelli, Anthony Aromatario, Jessica Collantes MIDDLE ROW, left to right) Rufina Abdurusul, Kael Dimitrov, Andrew Tenai, Teija Murray-Powell. (BOTTOM ROW, left to right) De'kwon Barrow, Alya Ruken, Dennis Escobar, Olivia Mancini and Abdul Hamad. Tierra Garniss was not available for out ntsoccer.com photoshoot.
NORTH TORONTO NITROS SOCCER are celebrating this week after a stunning 15 of our players were named in the Team Ontario squad for this weekend's Inter-Provincial series with Quebec in Saint-Hubert. To read more on this terrific achievement and get the view of our Technical Director Billy Wilson on our Fab 15 Click here
Nitros and Beyond Pulse: Development at heart
NORTH TORONTO NITROS has embarked on an exciting new partnership with leading technology firm Beyond Pulse that sees our OPDL players wearing special heart rate monitors during practice to help gauge their performances. Some of our 06 Girls squad are pictured above with their new SmartBelts before their data was collected at another session at our winter training base at Toronto Soccerplex. To read more about this innovative project Click here
Nitros girls face Bridgeport and Yale in thrilling US adventure
HISTORY GIRLS...the Nitros girls enjoy a walk around the famous Yale campus before tacking their team on the field
NORTH TORONTO NITROS College Prep team had a weekend to remember as they travelled to America to tackle NCAA Division II champions University of Bridgeport Purple Knights and Ivy League giants the Yale Bulldogs. To find out how our girls got on and read the views of Head Coach Chris Vickers Click here
Nitros 04 Boys midfielder Adrian clinches big move to Toronto FC
RED-DY TO ROCK...Nitros alumni Adrian Panaite puts pen to paper for Toronto FC in s signing ceremony this week
NORTH TORONTO NITROS SOCCER'S 04 Boys midfielder Adrian Panaite became the FOURTH product of our club to this week seal a future at the Toronto FC Academy. Adrian, who starred for the club playing a year up in the OPDL last season, now faces his old team-mates in his exhibition debut for his new club. To read the views of the coaches who helped develop him on their joy for a hugely popular player Click here
05s OPDL girls triumph in Massachusetts March Madness
BOSTON GLEE PARTY...Nitros 05s girls racked up three straight wins to triumph in the GPS March Madness tournament
NORTH TORONTO NITROS SOCCER'S 05 girls OPDL squad are gearing up for their league campaign in style and clinched a top bracket win in the Global Premier Soccer March Madness tournament in Waltham, Massachusetts at the weekend. To read the full story of their dramatic success 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 recent years 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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