The Toronto Azzurri offers an outdoor Soccer Program during the summer season. Practice is generally held on Monday nights with games scheduled on Wednesday nights at the Toronto Azzurri Sport Village.
The program is run by certified technical staff, coaches, and referees.
Registration per session includes around 14 weeks, a uniform (shirt, shorts, and socks) and an award with pictures at the end of the season. A soccer ball is included.
|Location:||Toronto Azzurri Sport Village
4995 Keele Street, (Carmen Principato Way)
|Time:||Monday & Wednesday evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.|
|Summer Session:||Approx 14 weeks from May 20th through August 20th|
|Age Groups||Under 4 through Under 15|
|Cost||Will be posted Dec 15th 2017
Includes full uniform, ball, team photo and year-end awards
|Next Registration:||Online Summer Registration starting on December 15, 2017
Early Bird from Dec 15 to Feb 15th.
In-house – Call our office at 416-782-1578
Proper Hydration to AVOID AND PREVENT HEAT RELATED INJURIES WHEN PLAYING SOCCER
There are some simple guidelines which have been prepared when it comes to running activities in a hot and/or humid environment. The goal in participating in hot weather is to avoid fluid loss from the body or dehydration. Water not only accounts for some 98% of our body composition, but functions to help deliver oxygen to working muscles, and keeps the body from overheating during strenuous activity. Hard working muscles generate heat which is dissipated through the act of sweating.
Congratulations! You have chosen Toronto Azzurri Soccer Club as the organization responsible for providing top quality education to your child, within a professional atmosphere. Before becoming part of this wonderful soccer experience, there is a responsibility of parents to abide by the following expectations:
INFRINGEMENT OF THIS REQUEST WILL RESULT IN THE IMMEDIATE DISMISSAL OF THAT PARENT’S PLAYER FROM THE TEAM.
As parents you are responsible, therefore, to adhere to the above-mentioned standards of conduct otherwise your association with this club shall be terminated and your child shall be dismissed from the team.
THE ABOVE MENTIONED STANDARDS OF CONDUCT SHALL BE CONSIDERED AS A CONDITION FOR PLAYING SOCCER WITH THE TORONTO AZZURRI SOCCER CLUB.
Our club is happy to announce that a new and improved Snack Bar is open for the season of 2016. Known as “Nazli’s Café”, it is named in memory of Tim Horton’s employee Nazli Verma who was a great friend and contributor to the club.A variety of beverages and food items will be offered including:
The hours of operation are from 6:00pm – 9:00pm and is located opposite the Stadium Field’s entrance. Hope to see you there soon!
Hello Players and Parents,
Just a reminder, please do not litter on the fields. Recycle your water bottles and throw out your garbage. We would like to maintain a clean facility. The City of Toronto has provided extra garbage and recycling bins. Please use them. If you feel they are still too few bins, let a Toronto Azzurri Staff member know and we will try to accommodate the request. If we all pitch in, it makes a difference and it will be enjoyable for all.
Hello Parents and Players,
Please take care in the parking lots and remember to drive slowly as players are excited about their games and are not paying close attention to the cars and the traffic in the lots.
Let’s ensure the safety of the Azzurri Players and slow it down.
The required equipment for playing soccer is specified in the Laws of the Game which is created by the association of football. When you sign up with the Toronto Azzurri soccer organization, your registration will include a regulation soccer ball, a soccer jersey, soccer shorts and socks. To play soccer you only need to have approved shin guards and a pair of soccer shoes. Soccer equipment is generally cheap, which makes it affordable for anyone to buy.
EyeGlasses are allowed if they are sports spectacles and are safe for the players themselves and for other players. Referees should show tolerance when authorizing their use, particularly for younger players. Materials such as metal or glass are not acceptable. In recreational and house league games referees are expected to show common sense and allow spectacles as long as the basic principals of Law 4 are met.
Youth Soccer Shoes and Cleats
Soccer shoes are especially designed for the sport of soccer and are refered to as cleats. Some have cleats and some are made for indoor soccer. Click here for more information on Youth Soccer Shoes & Cleats
Youth Shin Guard
All soccer players, from utter novices to total experts, have to wear shin guards. It only makes sense in a sport whose primary method of locomoting the ball involves kicking it out from under your opponent’s (also kicking) leg! We’ve all banged a shin into a table at some point, and have hopped around in amazement that such an innocuous accident can be so painful. Click here for more information on Youth Soccer Shin Pads