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North London is proud to support the London Youth Whitecaps program.

The "Future Caps" program is for children ages 4 to 7. Not mentioned in the brochure, however, are some specifics regarding my approach to teaching soccer to young children. For instance, in addition to the game's fundamentals such as dribbling passing/receiving, shooting, etc., this program will also focus on teaching proper running mechanics, breathing, and overall athletic physical literacy. Moreover and equally important the kids will be taught that soccer is a game that exercises both the body and the mind. Thus, problem solving, mathematics, science, music, even literature will be incorporated into a program that will aim to develop strong, intelligent, mindful athletes. Education and sport - learning and fun - will be indivisibly combined to form a truly holistic learning experience for your child.

In addition to an enthusiastic and competent coaching staff, special guests ranging from physical trainers (that currently work with professional athletes), to recent graduates of the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry at Western will be assisting with the program. With the above approach our program is poised to be the best this city has to offer. Though ambitious all of us involved with the Future Caps are working diligently to making it not just the best in this city but one of the best development programs in the province.

To see the Brochure click here.

Assessments for the NLSC - 2002 Boys team will take place at Clarke Road Secondary School on the following dates/times:

On Sunday September 20th, 2015 the North London Galaxy U 15 girls captured the 2015 Gold medal in winning the Ontario Soccer Association championship at the Soccer Centre in Vaughan.

The U-15 Girls Ontario Cup Final between the North London Galaxy and Stoney Creek Battalion started slowly but picked up right before the half.

Just in to extra time before the half way, mark Emily Oddi took a ball flush from 22 yards out and fooled the North London keeper with a curling shot into the near corner. North London would get things going early in the second. Off a broken set piece, a second ball into the box found the head of Lauren Kelch on the far post. She headed it back across goal to beat the Stoney Creek goalie and level it at 1-1.

The two teams would test each other down the stretch but neither was able to find the breakthrough opportunity and the game would head to penalties. They would once again take it to the limit as both teams would need all five shooters to seal it. North London was just a bit better though and would capture the U-15 Girls Ontario Cup Final 4-3 on penalties.

The North London Soccer Club would like to congratulate all the athletes on their accomplishment as well as the Coaching staff and Managers for their hard work. We would also like to congratulate the parents and sponsors for their support to these players over the year which aided in their final success in the Ontario Cup.

The U13 North London Galaxy defeated the North Mississauga Panthers at the Ontario Cup Finals, in a tense match Saturday, Sept. 19 at the OSA Headquarters in Vaughan, Ontario. In the 79th minute the Panthers scored the 1st goal of the game, which the Galaxy countered, less than 1 minute later. The game ended 1-1. The Galaxy captured the U13 Ontario Cup after winning the shoot out 3-0. Special thanks to coach Rahim Mohammed and manager Marianne Bilotta.

The North London Soccer Club would like to congratulate all the athletes on their accomplishment as well as the Coaching staff and Managers for their hard work. We would also like to congratulate the parents and sponsors for their support to these players over the year which aided in their final success in the Ontario Cup.

Congratulations Girls!

The 2004 NL Galaxy Girls Won the Chicago Shootout Primer Division Tourney this past weekend. Going undefeated against some great physical competition.

Congrats on a job well done Girls!


Beginning in the Fall of 2015, the North London Programs for the 2010-2006 birth years will be aligned with those of the newly formed London Youth Whitecaps and will be part of a Whitecaps Junior Development Program. North London Club President, John Dreliozis, the head of the North London YDP, will remain in charge of the 2009 and 2010 age divisions with the Whitecaps, as will Ugo De Candido for the 2008 Boys.

This organizational adjustment is a result of the initiative of the Vancouver Whitecaps opening a Whitecaps FC Academy Centre in London. A new not for profit Club, London Youth Whitecaps, has been established to work with the Academy, to provide additional training, and to run teams for league and tournament play at the Inter-District, Regional and Provincial levels. It is an organizationally sensible extension for that Club to establish, with the help and support of its Partner Clubs, a development program for the younger age divisions. Hence, the Whitecaps Junior Development Program

Elgin Middlesex Soccer Association (EMSA) the ruling body for soccer in our area, has been instrumental in bringing these developments about, and is a co-partner with the Whitecaps in what is an effort to bring common purpose and a co-operative ethos to the fractured nature of youth soccer in London and area. North London Soccer Club strongly supports this much needed initiative and is also transferring the league rights of all its Regional and Provincial youth teams to the Whitecaps. Along with many other Clubs from our area, North London has the status of a Partner Club with the London Youth Whitecaps and will work with the other Partner Clubs to do our best to ensure that this new arrangement results in an improved soccer environment for our young players.

North London will then be aligning its development Programs for the U6-U10 age divisions with the Whitecaps as of September 2015, and the personnel that made the YDP so successful will continue to be very active at these critical age groups in ensuring that players have a sound foundation from which to progress. Program details, assessment dates, and contact info will be provided on the London Youth Whitecaps website - www.londonyouthwhitecaps.com - where a list of Partner Clubs and details of other age divisions are also provided.

The 1999 WOYSL L3 Girls travelled to South Bend, Indiana over the U.S. Memorial Day Weekend to compete in the Jr. Irish Memorial Day Invitational Tournament. The girls had three victories and kept a clean sheet in all three games to represent North London well. Thanks to Coach Gus and all of the parents for their guidance and support.

Congratulations ladies on a great showing!

YDP registration is closed for the 2015 outdoor season. We are at our maximum and cannot accept any more players.

2015 Ontario Cup Draw

The 2015 Ontario Cup draw took place Monday night as nearly 500 teams learned their route to a Provincial Championship.

This premier provincial championship is one of the oldest and largest sporting events in the country. The Ontario Cup was first staged in 1901 and features nearly 12,000 athletes from across the province each year. The tournament kicks off on May 30, with the U-18 Boys and U-21 Men in action.

Click here to find the draws for each age group.

Galaxy Women Capture Indoor Title

North London Galaxy Womens team ended the year by capturing the indoor championship at BMO centre. The team finished their domination of the league with the following statistics. 19 Wins 1 tie 0 losses during the regular season. 111 goals scored and only allowing 15 goals against. Playoffs 3-0 with 12 goals for and 2 goals against to cap off their undefeated indoor season. Congratulations ladies and Coach Gary Gorham and Manager Sue McMahon.

FRONT ROW L-R: Angelika Mihalopulos, Jessi Couto, Jocelyn Wilkins (w.trophy), Anna Keller, Sabrina Barbosa.

BACK ROW L-R:Gary Gorham (Coach), Emily Costello, Jaynie Vandewalle, Samantha Wister, Kate Johnston, Alex DeClerck, Alana Cornet, Nicole Pistor, Kelly McMahon, Sue McMahon (Manager) Missing were GK'er Sarah King, Shawna Oag, Sarah Deakin.

2001 Boys Elite

The NLSC 2001 Boys Elite team completed a perfect season while playing up a year in LDYSL U15 indoor. 17-0 to win the regular season, followed by a 3-0 Challenge Cup campaign. Congratulations to all of the players and coach Rob Pereira!

Back Row: Carlos Rios, Matthew Muir, Philip Miranda, Eldin Malkic, Mika Bosnjak, Spencer Kanters, Ryan Dagelman, Nathan Banman, Rob Pereira

Front Row: Sam Spoelstra, Brayden Grills, Evan Burke, Nicholas Barnes

North London 99 select L5

Winners of u-16 2015 March madness tournament held at bmo.

Winners of the u-16 boys indoor league and challenge cup.

We would like to give a special thanks to the inspiration of Daniel Oshana , Engjell and Sokol Qamili. These players helped increase the overall performance of our team so that in the end the team performed flawlessly throughout the challenge cup. This is the reason why North London is the #1 club to be with for achievement and training.