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Our program is specifically geared towards student athletes obtaining scholarship opportunities.
THERE IS A SCHOOL FOR EVERYONE
Over the past 12 years we have had over 94% success rate in placement, mainly NCAA & mainly as full rides
More details coming soon.
Whether you are looking for some more information or the specific upcoming training sessions, click below to go to the respective pages to learn more.
Meet The Team
Giuseppe (Joe) Parolini
TORONTO BLIZZARD HEAD COACH
HEAD TECHNICAL COACH
STRENGTH & CONDITIONING TRAINER
Alf De Blasis
MENTAL TRAINING COACH
A quick view to some of the upcoming showcases. From there you will be able to get more information as needed to register.
The Toronto Blizzard Soccer Club’s Scholarship Program propels dedicated student-athletes towards success in both soccer and academics. Their targeted approach includes a 6-month training program, personal media pages for exposure, showcases at top schools, and guidance in recruitment. With a history of placing graduates in esteemed universities, the program stands as a premier choice for those seeking to advance their athletic and educational careers.
Growing up in Guelph, Ontario, Asta Thomson remembers being told that she shouldn’t lift weights because it wasn’t lady-like. She was also told she would never make a career from playing soccer since only a small percentage of women actually get very far.
If you ask Blizzard alumnus Sophia White, 17, where she sees herself in five years after graduating from college, don’t be put off if she says ”in the sky”. That is literally where she plans to spend most of her days. You see, Sophia is seeking to attain her private pilot’s licence and will be attending the University of Dubuque in Iowa next fall where she plans to major in Flight Operations.
Having lived in four countries by the age of 23, Rebecca Bartosh is uniquely qualified to speak about the adventurous, often chaotic life of a soccer player but, given her current status as a pro in Europe, she wouldn’t want it any other way.
360 Soccer Centre Launch Published In The King Weekly Sentinel on Page 21!
More than a decade after envisioning a year round training facility designed specifically for student athletes
I have to admit that there are not many people who I have met in my life like Joe Parolini. He is a man of action and not just words. I was fortunate enough to meet Joe a few years ago after returning to Toronto from living abroad. I was in my last year of high school and had limited time to decide on what my future would be after graduating…
I’ve been playing soccer since I was 13. I started off with North Mississauga and then I switched to Erin mills B. I’ve always wanted a soccer scholarship to the states but I never thought it was possible in fact, my parents and I thought it was unrealistic. At 16 I switched to the Toronto Blizzard…