The Toronto Azzurri Soccer Club works with the For K.I.C.K.S. program to engage at-risk youth in the community through sport. The program provides soccer skills and life skills training to enhance self confidence and team building skills and to channel energies into meaningful activities.
The Toronto Azzurri Soccer Club is proud to announce the “Ground Breaking” ceremony for the construction of the ‘LIUNA’ Fieldhouse located at the Toronto Azzurri Youth Sport Village at the Keele Street Reservoir, 4995 Keele Street (Southeast corner of Keele Street and Steeles Avenue) in North York, Ontario.
Please join us on Wednesday March 27, 2013 at 11:00 AM to celebrate the launch of this community initiative. Food and refreshments will be served.
Please RSVP Mary Severino by telephone at (416) 782-1578 or via email at
Chairman - Toronto Azzurri Soccer Club
The Toronto Azzurri would like to thank all our valued sponsors who helped make the LIUNA Fieldhouse a reality.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 March 2013 11:50
Euro Cup Pool Standings
Wednesday, 11 July 2012 00:00
Congrats to Danny Yankee Carozza for winning the Toronto Azzurri Euro pool. Thanks to all who participated.
for both men's and women's teams. The two teams of 11 players were selected by fans as part of the Canadian Soccer Association's centennial celebrations. The All-Time Canada XI men's team The Canadian XI features goalkeeper Craig Forrest, defenders Robert Iarusci, Randy Samuel, Jason de Vos and Bruce Wilson, midfielders and forwards Mike Sweeney, Atiba Hutchinson, Dale Mitchell, Dwayne De Rosario, John Catliff and Alex Bunbury.
Centre Back | Toronto, ON
A four-time Soccer Bowl champion in the old North American Soccer League, Robert Iarusci set a national record by making 20 consecutive appearances for Canada from 1977 to 1983 (a record since surpassed). In FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, he pushed Canada to within a goal of qualification for Spain 1982. He was an inaugural member of The Soccer Hall of Fame in 2000.
Last Updated on Monday, 04 June 2012 14:21
NYSA Referee Courses
Written by Vince Iarusci
Monday, 22 March 2010 14:20
This course is designed by the Canadian Soccer Association, with the aim of providing a more uniform approach in teaching the Laws of the Game.
Objective of a greater degree of uniformity in the understanding and application of the Laws nationwide.
A referee must be at least 14 years old as of April 1st of the year the course takes place.
To be the initial training program for all new referees entering refereeing for the first time who meet the age requirement