“The North Toronto Soccer Club’s mission is to provide soccer players, coaches and parents of North Toronto the opportunities to learn, play and mature through the game of soccer, regardless of age, gender or capability. The Club objective is to ensure that these opportunities are obtainable in a fun and safe environment, while promoting the development of soccer.”

At North Toronto Soccer Club we are developing a Program consistent with Long Term Player Development. We are laying a foundation for all members through our Club Development Program that creates an environment of learning for players, coaches and parents – a foundation built upon through Recreational Leagues, a Competitive Program and now a High Performance Program culminating in League1 Ontario.


The League

League 1 Ontario exists to provide a critically important pathway for our best players from the youth ranks to the highest level of soccer in the Province of Ontario below the fully professional level. This league will be both a breeding ground and a proving ground for our top players.

The technical professionals who work for League 1 Ontario License Holders will have multiple responsibilities and expectations imposed upon them:

  • They will be expected to win. At this level of the game, results matter.
  • They will be expected to develop their talent in a manner that is aligned with the priorities of our national team program and aligned with the expectations of the professional game as it is played at higher levels.

2016

Congratulations to the Nitros League 1 Ontario Men's Team and Head Coach Herman Kingue, winning the final game of the season on Friday, September 30 vs. Durham FC. 2 goals by Jayden Doyle, 1 by Niba Macdonald. On the season, an impressive 14 wins, 5 losses, 3 ties.

September 28: NT Nitros 2 - Woodbridge Strikers 0. Both Nitros goals by Niba Macdonald. Connor Bullen recorded his 4th consecutive shutout.

September 24: NT Nitros 2 - Aurora 0. Nitros goals by Niba Macdonald and Felix Ngah. 3rd consecutive shutout for Connor Bullen.

September 18: NT Nitros 1 - Toronto Skillz 0. Nitros goal by Killian Elkinson (15th of the season), 2nd straight shutout for Connor Bullen.

September 10:

NT Nitros 2 - Kingston 0. Shutout by Connor Bullen, goals scored by Jayden Doyle and Killian Elkinson.

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