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Family Day – Open House Event

Movie Matinee Family Fun Event 

Location: Toronto Azzurri Sport Village – 4995 Keele Street, (Carmen Principato Way)

When: Monday February 19th


  • Session 1 Free Movie: Toy Story 3  Showing at 10 am to 12:00 pm
  • Session 2 Free Movie: Despicable Me  Showing at 1 p.m. to 3:00 pm

Info: For further info, call the Toronto Azzurri at 426-782-1578 or office Michelle Jans @ 416-782-1578.  Popcorn, snacks & drinks will be provided.

Price: Free

Open House Events are part of the series of free community programs and events happening at the Toronto Azzurri Sports Village in 2018.

These events are in partnership with the 31 Division Police.

TASC forKICKS & Arts – 2018 Community Lecture Series

This year, Steven Hicks and the TASC forKicks & Arts group will be presenting the Community Lecture Series.  These events are monthly presentations and talks by leaders, sports athletes and influencers in the community. They will be held at the Toronto Azzurri Sports Village activity room. 

All sessions are 2 hours and start at 6:00 pm.

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Toronto Blizzard’s Diamond Simpson Selected for the League 1 All Star Game

Our Toronto Blizzard’s Diamond Simpson has been chosen to represent us at the L1 All-star game. Diamond is one of our senior players & captain of the Toronto Blizzard League 1 team. 
Sarah Owusu will represent us in the Ontario Canada Games. Mikayla Dayes & Karley Hellstrom were also chosen but not included due to injuries.
The Toronto Blizzard would like to invite everyone to come out and support some of Ontario’s best players who will be taking part in an All Star Game that features more than a dozen international level players.  Post game, all the kids in the stands will be invited onto the pitch to take photos and get autographs from the All Stars. Toronto FC is also bringing its KickZone attraction, which is always popular with kids.
Advanced tickets are at a low price of $2.00 each and can be purchased by calling the Toronto Azzurri office at 416-782-1578.

The Toronto Blizzard in the Ontario Cup Finals

Congratulations to the Toronto Blizzard U21 team for a great game and making the Ontario Cup finals vs. Oshawa, by beating the 2016 Ontario Cup Champions in St. Catharine’s.
Both our Toronto Blizzard U18s & U21s teams are in the Ontario Cup Finals & Semi’s as follows:

Ontario Cup weekend

  Good luck to coach Joe Parolini and the Blizzard teams!

Toronto Azzurri Induction Gala

The Toronto Azzurri is pleased to announce that they are presenting their first Annual Induction Gala.  This event replaces our Spring Splash dance that previously took place every April.  Yes, there will still be the usual great meal with entertainment and dancing, but this year there will be a ceremony to induct individuals into the Toronto Azzurri Wall of Fame. The Wall of Fame will be located in a section of the Toronto Azzurri Youth Sport Village and will honor contributors to the Toronto Azzurri organization and the sport of soccer.  Categories for induction will include Players, Coaches and Builders/Influencers.

Proceeds go to sport and art programs for children at the Toronto Azzurri Youth Sport Village. Reserve your ticket today by contacting the Toronto Azzurri office.

When Saturday April 1st, 2017 – Doors open @ 6:00pm
Fontana Primavera Event Center
77 Woodstream Blvd. Vaughan, Ont
Doors open @ 6:00 pm – Dinner @ 7:30 pm
Open deluxe Bar included
Cost  $100 per ticket
Contact us for Tickets
Phone: 416 782-1578


Toronto Blizzard Announce League 1 Ontario Entrance

Toronto, ON (December 19th, 2016) – The Toronto Blizzard are pleased to announce that we have been officially accepted into competitive play within League 1 Ontario for the 2017 season. Our successful application will see us launch our Women’s program first with the start of league play for this upcoming season followed by plans to also add a men’s program for 2018.

It was a cold day back in 1979 for opening day when the Toronto Blizzard took the field for their first inaugural home game. In fact, the city had been frozen by a blizzard. The events have just repeated themselves as a blizzard recently hit Toronto with the announcement of the Toronto Blizzard coming back to life once again. Like a phoenix rising up from the ashes of old to take its place once again in prominence in the form of the new Toronto Blizzard  partnered with the Toronto Azzuri.

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