Deaf Soccer first national camp in Toronto

Following regional camps in March (Vaughan, ON) and May (Vancouver, BC), the Canadian Deaf Soccer Team will hold its first national camp this 6-7 August 2011 in the Greater Toronto Area. There will be two on-field sessions for each day.

Following regional camps in March (Vaughan, ON) and May (Vancouver, BC), the Canadian Deaf Soccer Team will hold its first national camp this 6-7 August 2011 in the Greater Toronto Area. There will be two on-field sessions for each day.
After assessing more than 30 players in two camps, Deaf Soccer national coach Matt Greenwood has selected 16 players for this first camp.
The Canadian Deaf Sports Association is a non-profit, private corporation programs that will bring awareness to Canadians, elite athletes including send teams to with hearing loss of 55dB in each of both ears at all levels of sports. The CDSA is the governing body for Team Canada participating to the Deaflympics, Panamerican Games for the Deaf and various World Deaf Championships.
The Canadian Soccer Association, in partnership with its members and all its corporate partners, provides leadership in the pursuit of excellence in soccer, both at the national and international levels. The Canadian Soccer Association not only strives to lead Canada to victory, but it also encourages Canadians towards a life-long passion for soccer.

Schedule & Results

Check out Canada Soccer’s Schedule & Results page where you can find upcoming match schedules and past results leading to highlights, photos, match data, and more.