ABOUT ST. ANTHONY SOCCER CLUB
With a history of 65+ years, Ottawa St. Anthony Italia Soccer Club (“St. Anthony”) has been part of the soccer scene in Ottawa since 1952!
St. Anthony provides soccer opportunities for all ages, from a house league starting at U5 to adult old timer teams.
At the youth competitive level, we grew from five teams in 2013 to over 40 in 2017. We have options at both Regional and District Development, Competitive, and Recreational levels.
Our club’s teams in the highest divisions of youth competitive play are called “St. Anthony’s Futuro” and operate under the direction of Technical Director Sanjeev Parmar.
We also offer camps and specialized programs for keepers and those wanting to become coaches or referees.
St. Anthony is a community-based club, reliant on volunteers in all aspects of the club. We have the lowest fees in the city and don’t allow financial issue to be an obstacle for a child to play, either subsidizing fees or finding outside sources that can help.
The focal point for St. Anthony is our clubhouse on Preston St. in Little Italy where we have our soccer room, office, equipment room, and the only club-owned turf field in Ottawa. The clubhouse also has a banquet hall and bar for hosting club events and a company on site that provides club uniforms.
St. Anthony provides an environment where children, youth, and adults can have a positive, fun, and challenging soccer experience where skills, growth, fair competition, good sportsmanship, and teamwork are always promoted.
523 St. Anthony Street in Little Italy.
Find out more at: https://www.ottawastanthony.ca
ABOUT FUTURO SOCCER ACADEMY
Futuro provides a unique opportunity for elite and dedicated youth competitive soccer players from Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec to experience the highest level of soccer instruction and coaching.
Our coaching staff is committed to helping our players work towards their dream of playing at the university, professional or International level.
Our slogan reminds us daily of our core values and our pursuit for excellence in achieving Futuro’s seven pillars both on and off the field – Every Day In Every Way.
Find out more at: https://www.futurosoccer.com
ABOUT OUR SUMMER CAMPS
Members of the Futuro Soccer Academy receive 140 hours of training over a 4-week Summer Training Camp period in July and early August.
– Staff for the training camp is comprised of professional youth academy coaches from Europe and Futuro Staff.
– Opportunity to be scouted by professional academy coaches
– Game analysis by players
– Technical sessions
– Tactical sessions
– Classroom presentations from coaches and players
– Leadership program
Guest Coaches at Training Camp:
– Professional Youth Academy coaches from Spain, Netherlands, England, Italy and Denmark
– National team coaches from Canada and Costa Rica
– University coaches from USA and Canada
– Opportunity for Futuro players to be exposed to professional coaches as well as be scouted for trials in Europe
Find out more at: https://www.futurosoccer.com/infoandfees