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At Bryst International we believe that youth with passion and talent for soccer are the players of the future and are well worth developing. We bring in the best, coaches with training from all over the world, to help these young players realize their peak potential and to guide them towards scholarships and future careers in their sport.

ATTENTION SPRING INDOOR PLAYERS!
Due to the WWK closure on Apr. 5 & 6, Bryst will have Make-Up Classes for the Spring Indoor Players, same times as usual programming, on Saturday May 10 & Sunday May 11.

Registration is now OPEN for the
2014 Spring Indoor Training Program Session

Click here for more information.

2014 Bryst Football Academy (BFA) tryouts are available.
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News & Announcements
April 11, 2014


Bryst Staff Coach Off To Sault Ste. Marie To Support Associate Academy

Bryst Staff Coach, Jim Dickson, is off to Sault Ste. Marie, to support Bryst's expanded Academy program with Licensee, Sault United Soccer Academy. The SUSA is operated by Bill Howe, present Algoma University Varsity Soccer Coach and former OSA District Coach.


Jim will be training players and coaches within the Sault United Academy, to continue to offer opportunities and professional development. Jim is a former OSA instructor, who departs for Northern Ireland in June to take his UEFA B License course.


The Sault United Academy has sent several players down to the Bryst Academy over the last couple of years to take advantage of the Indoor Programs and the BFA. Three of their top male players travelled to England with Bryst last August. Two of their top female players travelled with Bryst to the US last November on a US University Showcase trip.

http://www.saultunitedfc.net/
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April 8, 2014

BFA Player Sets Up Youtube Channel

BFA Under 15 Girls Team player, Alora , has set up her own Youtube channel for showcasing her individual ball skills. Alora started this last year and has now built up several video clips of various skills in various environments.


Congratulations to Alora for some great skills and creativity.


https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0o-Bx3eqRvM_FuFzwpUV0A

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March 28, 2014


Bryst Holds Open House For 6-week Spring Indoor Training Program At Players Paradise,Stoney Creek!

Bryst have opened up a third site for their Indoor Spring Training Program at Players Paradise in Stoney Creek. This 6-week program is a great 'Summer Tune-up' for Club Players. Players Paradise is the top Indoor Facility in the province and currently has many sport programs for young athletes. Bryst will be targeting club players in the Hamilton - Niagara regions.

http://www.playersparadisesoccer.com/

Bryst will be bringing in their top coaching staff to conduct training sessions for young players in preparation for their summer club season. Paul Nelson will be the lead instructor.


The Open House is Saturday, March 29 at 10 am.

Register Now and see how BRYST is helping players develop for their future in the game!
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March 19, 2014

Bryst Accepted Into ORNCA For 2014

For the second year in a row, Bryst has been accepted into the OSA ORNCA organizations. This will allow Bryst to utilize OSA registered referees, play exhibition games against club teams, travel outside of the province, play in Ontario Showcase tournaments,... Bryst pays a player reporting fee to the OSA for these privileges.

http://osa.informz.ca/InformzDataService/OnlineVersion/Individual?mailingInstanceId=399488&subscriberId=909647079
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March 17, 2014


Second US University Coach Finalized For Summer Camp

Bryst will bring in a second US University Coach for their first week of Summer Camp in Etobicoke. Kevon Isa, Assistant Women's Team Coach, at American International College in Springfield, MA, will be on the coaching staff for July 7-11. Kevon is a former Trinidad National Team player and has worked at American International for the last seven years. He has his US B License and helped the team to a Northeast Conference of the NCAA Division 2 title in 2012.


http://www.aicyellowjackets.com/index.aspx?path=wsoc&tab=soccer2


Bryst continues to bring in US University coaches to expand their network of contacts throughout the US University system.
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March 11, 2014

US University Coach Set For Summer Camp

Nate Millette, Assistant Men's Team Coach at Bryant University in Rhode Island, will travel to Toronto this summer to work with Bryst athletes in their Summer Camp and BFA programs. Millette has been an assistant coach at Bryant for the last six years helping to build their program to the highest finish ever this past year. Millette was instrumental in securing former BFA players, Brett Laroque and Curtis Orth, to attend Bryant over the past two years.

http://www.bryantbulldogs.com/sports/msoc/index

This is the fifth year that Bryst has brought US University coaches into Toronto to train and assess their players. The program continues to build a network of coaches throughout the US that will allow these coaches to see the top level programs that Bryst conducts. Many Bryst players have continued their careers at US Universities as a result of this program.
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February 27, 2014

Two BFA Players Sign With Niagara University

BFA U20 players, Adel and Navid Rahman, have just signed with Niagara University in the MAAC Conference of the NCAA Division 1. Adel and Navid have been with the BFA for the last three years competing in the U16 (SAAC) and U21 (OSL) teams. Both players are very skillful midfielders and move on with their careers to a higher level. Both players will compete this summer for the BFA U20 team in SAAC. Both players were scouted in Showcase tournaments with Bryst in 2013.

Congratulations to both players on a great accomplishment.


www.purpleeagles.com/news/2014/2/26/MSOC_0226143907.aspx?path=msoc
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February 26, 2014


Bryst Staff Member Completes Fundraiser Ride For HLH Cure

Several years ago, Sean Feltoe was a BFA goalkeeper, on his way to a US university on a soccer scholarship. During a high school trip to Ottawa, in his final year of high school, he came down with symptoms of a disease that were unable to be determined. Once he was back in Toronto, he was sent to Sick Kids Hospital to determine that he had HLH. It is a rare childhood disease that affects the immune system. Sean was very fortunate to find a bone marrow donour that matched and he has successfully beat down this disease. See his story and that of others who have lost their children to this disease on the following "Ride for a Cure" documentary.


 http://blog.matthewandandrew.org/matthew-and-andrew-foundation/2013-hlh-ride-for-a-cure-mini-documentary/


Sean has been working as a Goalkeeper Coach for Bryst for the last two years and has now taken on the On Site Administrators role. Well done Sean.
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