The Soccer for Life Program provides an environment where players can develop technique, skill, creativity and game-understanding to their full potential. Long-term player development drives all coaching activities at NTSC and is thus core to the design of the Competitive Program.  Coaching programs are crafted to suit the specific needs of each age group, ensuring that all players are given the opportunity to maximize their potential in a supportive environment that matches their level of commitment and their stage of development. Complete soccer players are developed in the program through a holistic approach involving the four key aspects of athletic training: the technical, the psychological, the physical and the social.

We believe that long-term love of the game arises from the enthusiasm of coaches who foster the development of technique, skill, game sense and creativity. Soccer coaching encourages crucial life-skills, including teamwork, dedication, perseverance, discipline and hard work. The starting point for all soccer development is mastery of the ball.   

White/Red Teams

Our White and Red teams play at District and Regional level, acting as call-ups to our OPDL teams. This less than intensive environment suits the player looking to play at a competitive level without the added pressure.

U13- U17 Nitros Teams

U13 (2007) Girls CSL

Jonathan Coretti​ -

U13 (2007) Girls TSA

Neil Jordan -

U13 (2007) Boys CSL

Jonathan Coretti​ -

U13 (2007) Boys TSA

Neil Jordan -

U14 (2006) Girls CSL

Iain King -

U14 (2006) Boys CSL

Iain King -

U14 (2006) Boys TSA

Dennis Goodridge -

U15 (2005) Girls CSL

Humberto Ferreira -

U15 (2005) Girls TSA

Humberto Ferreira -

U16 (2004) Girls TSA

Russell Rodrigues -

U16 (2004) Boys TSA

Martinho Kibato -

U17 (2003) Girls CSL

Callum Fleming -

U17 (2003) Boys CSL

Martinho Kibato -

U18 (2002) Girls CSL

Shane O'Flaherty -



U13- U17 Nitros Teams Considering New Players​

U16 (2004) Girls TSA -

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