Last updated: August 2019
The Ottawa TFC Academy program is Ottawa's direct affiliate program with Toronto FC, and caters to the most talented players in Ottawa. These are some of the most professionally run, competitive and dynamic programs in the province.
During the 2019-2020 season, the 2005, 2006 and 2007 boys and girls Elite Academy teams will compete in the OPDL.
The Academy program has players training three times per week and playing in competitive leagues/games across the region.
The Academy program has players training three times per week (2 dome, 1 gym), playing in competitive leagues across the region, and participating in 9v9 exhibition games and tournaments throughout the winter season.
The Ottawa TFC Elite Academy program is absolutely one of a kind in this region. Players train with our professional coaching staff, on a full year schedule modeled after European professional academies. Training is in the late afternoons, directly after school, with bus transportation available for players in the area.
Players go from school to training every weeknight and will be done training in time to be picked up at 5:30 pm. As such, they train more than any other player in the region, while still leaving ample time in their evenings to spend with family, on homework, and other interests.
This program is observed and monitored directly by the Toronto FC staff at least twice per season.
- Mondays: Boys and Girls Open
- Tuesdays: Academy Girls
- Wednesdays: Academy Boys and Girls
- Thursdays: Academy Boys
- Mondays: 6:45 am @ Francois Dupuis
- Wednesdays: 6:45 am @ Francois Dupuis
- Sundays: 10 am @ Titan gym
- Individual strength and mobility sessions are also available.
Weekly professional keeper specific training is available for competitive goalkeepers.
Goalkeeper academy training with UEFA GK Coach Vladan Vrsecky. This proram is for the most competitive and hardest working GK's who are U11 and older.
All Ottawa TFC members quality for a 20% discount on fitness memberships at City of Ottawa facilities. For details, click here.
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