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Summer Camp

The Toronto Chinese Soccer Association Camp strives to introduce children to the sport of soccer and enhance their skills (ball control, passing and shooting) in the sport. The programs are designed to help the children focus on developing a love for the sport in an environment emphasized in fun, team work, sportsmanship and friendship. Our coaching staff of former professional players, U Sports athletes, and TCSA alumni are proud to share their expertise to help your young athlete gain the skills to be a successful player at any level in the future!


A typical day includes warm-up, skill training exercises and games. Games take place in a small field setting, providing each player with the opportunity to enjoy many touches of the ball. We teach ball control, shooting, passing, dribbling and more. Our coaching staff are experienced soccer players, bringing the best possible soccer experience and training to your children.


During the summer, we host a number of fun events and initiatives for the campers and their families to enjoy! There is something for everyone (Mothers, Fathers, Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Siblings and Cousins) to be a part of!


Weekly programming will take place from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm at Terry Fox Park (located near Steeles Avenue East and Warden Avenue). Please ensure your child arrives on time for camp.  Parking is allowed only on a small segment of Bamburgh Circle along the soccer field. For additional parking, you may park at the parking lot at the nearby Dr. Norman Bethune Collegiate Institute.

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We are proud to have our campers take part in friendly matches with our sister organizations across the GTA! Please contact us if you would like to organize your team(s) for a game with our young athletes!

Select Team

The TCSA Select Team Program is a new additional experience to the traditional summer camp program. It offers children ages 8-16, the opportunity for advanced development and to represent TCSA in local prestigious tournaments across the Greater Toronto Area.

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