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Tutoring class begins on Monday January 11th. Make sure to Register

THE NEW SIX SOCCER

To be living in a country that has welcomed thousands of newcomers and refugees yearning for a brighter life, we took it as an obligation to ensure that the youth receive the social comforts and supports that they need to succeed.
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SOCCER DELIVERED

Deliver soccer tournaments for the purpose of engaging newcomer youth

YOUTH HEALTH

Connect youth with professional athletes, fitness coaches, and nutritionists to promote a healthy and active lifestyle

SKILL DEVELOPMENT

Develop educational and career workshops to equip youth with the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue their academic and professional potential

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

Host a mentorship program for personal and professional development

TEAM BUILDING

Engage in team-building exercises through sports and social activities to strengthen community ties, and deepen a sense of belonging

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CURRENT PROGRAM

CURRENT PROGRAM

  • “Catch Up Program” is a tutoring program for children and youth between grade 4 and 12 on subjects including math and science.
  • “Friday Night” – Game Night” is a weekly online health and wellness program in collaboration with Trent University Nursing. We deliver virtual workshops on topics such as mental health and healthy lifestyle for two different age groups.
  • “Fitness and Diet” is an online fitness program where we offer exercise sessions with our fitness instructors for two different age groups
  • “Sunday Soccer Training” is an in-person soccer program that follows COVID-19 guidelines. We deliver training for boys and girls aged between 10-12.

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ABOUT THE NEW SIX

The New Six is in an ongoing process of expanding our demographics and are constantly finding ways to unite the Eritrean newcomers in a way enjoyable for all!
With the expansion of our programs, we make it our goal to further diversify our community. This means not only limiting our resources to Eritrean newcomer youth but to welcome all newcomer and black youth, with our primary focus being on marginalized groups.
SENIOR TEAM LEADER
JONATHAN SMITH
PROFFESIONAL STUFF

GAME REPORTS &

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The New Six provides children the opportunity to learn and develop football skills.
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SENIOR TEAM MAIN FIELD
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Tuesday
10AM - 11AM
Wednesday
10AM - 11AM
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Friday
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SENIOR TEAM MAIN FIELD
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10AM - 11AM
Tuesday
10AM - 11AM
SENIOR TEAM MAIN FIELD
Monday
10AM - 11AM
Tuesday
10AM - 11AM
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OUR JOURNEY

OUR JOURNEY

  • Renewed successful grant from Laidlaw Youth Collective Initiative
  • Kicked off “Girls in Sports” training, for ages 8-12, in partnership with George Brown College’s Health & Promotion Fitness
  • Approval of successful grant from Canadian Red Cross
  • Partnered with Trent University Nursing Program; nurses doing their community placement to support New Six Soccer
  • Mensur Nuru, Co-founder, nominated as “20 Outstanding Black Men in Canada for 2020” by Shifter Magazine
  • Invited to kick off Toronto FC & MLSE “The Congregation” season opener
  • Achieved our education goal with over 35+ of our high school youth enrolling in post-secondary studies and 8 post-secondary graduate students with the support of our programs Pandemic transition: virtual digital services

  • Approval of successful grant from Laidlaw Youth Collective Initiative with our collaborative QED (Al-Qazzaz for Educational and Development) and ACCT (Arab Community Centre of Toronto)
  • Collaborated with University of Toronto Rehab Sciences Lab for our Science of Movement workshop
  • Competed with community partners at BMO field
  • Played our third annual charity match against Medical Team Canada
  • Officially registered as a non-profit charitable organization
  • Achieved participation goal with over 150+ youth & young adults

  • Collaborated with MLSE Launchpad facility for our kids’ group (aged 10-16)
  • Dr. Abubakr, Co-founder, invited to CBC Metro Morning live in-studio for an interview with Matt Galloway to promote New Six Soccer and discuss 2018 World Cup in Russia
  • Community partnership with JayU Photography
  • Competed in our second annual charity match against Medical Team Canada
  • Hosted our second Soccer Tournament
    Achieved participation goal with over 100+ youth & young adults

  • Partnered with EYC and Ontario Trillium for 16 dynamic educational workshops
  • Featured in CBC Metro Morning via taped audio segment
  • Competed in first exhibition charity match against Medical Team Canada
  • Kicked off our first Soccer Clinic for kids aged 10-16
  • Joined WoodGreen Community Services soccer tournament for Newcomers
    Collaborated with LinkedIn Toronto headquarters for newcomer’s community networking dinner
  • Hosted our first Soccer Tournament
  • Achieved participation goal with over 50+ youth & young adults

  • The New Six Soccer takes over social media!
  • Created new Instagram and Twitter
  • Achieved social media goal to gain 600+ followers and increased account interactions
  • Partnered with Code Maximus to design our website and logo
  • Completed our mission statement and liaised with over 10 community partners to promote our program
  • Received board member nominations as well as solidified roles
  • Achieved participation goal with over 50+ youth & young adult

  • 2020 Accomplishments
  • 2019 Accomplishments
  • 2018 Accomplishments
  • 2017 Accomplishments
  • 2016 Accomplishments
  • Renewed successful grant from Laidlaw Youth Collective Initiative
  • Kicked off “Girls in Sports” training, for ages 8-12, in partnership with George Brown College’s Health & Promotion Fitness
  • Approval of successful grant from Canadian Red Cross
  • Partnered with Trent University Nursing Program; nurses doing their community placement to support New Six Soccer
  • Mensur Nuru, Co-founder, nominated as “20 Outstanding Black Men in Canada for 2020” by Shifter Magazine
  • Invited to kick off Toronto FC & MLSE “The Congregation” season opener
  • Achieved our education goal with over 35+ of our high school youth enrolling in post-secondary studies and 8 post-secondary graduate students with the support of our programs
  • Pandemic transition: virtual digital services
  • Approval of successful grant from Laidlaw Youth Collective Initiative with our collaborative QED (Al-Qazzaz for Educational and Development) and ACCT (Arab Community Centre of Toronto)
  • Collaborated with University of Toronto Rehab Sciences Lab for our Science of Movement workshop
  • Competed with community partners at BMO field
  • Played our third annual charity match against Medical Team Canada
  • Officially registered as a non-profit charitable organization
  • Achieved participation goal with over 150+ youth & young adults
  • Collaborated with MLSE Launchpad facility for our kids’ group (aged 10-16)
  • Dr. Abubakr, Co-founder, invited to CBC Metro Morning live in-studio for an interview with Matt Galloway to promote New Six Soccer and discuss 2018 World Cup in Russia
  • Community partnership with JayU Photography
  • Competed in our second annual charity match against Medical Team Canada
  • Hosted our second Soccer Tournament
  • Achieved participation goal with over 100+ youth & young adults
  • Partnered with EYC and Ontario Trillium for 16 dynamic educational workshops
  • Featured in CBC Metro Morning via taped audio segment
  • Competed in first exhibition charity match against Medical Team Canada
  • Kicked off our first Soccer Clinic for kids aged 10-16
  • Joined WoodGreen Community Services soccer tournament for Newcomers
  • Collaborated with LinkedIn Toronto headquarters for newcomer’s community networking dinner
  • Hosted our first Soccer Tournament
  • Achieved participation goal with over 50+ youth & young adults
  • The New Six Soccer takes over social media!
  • Created new Instagram and Twitter
  • Achieved social media goal to gain 600+ followers and increased account interactions
  • Partnered with Code Maximus to design our website and logo
  • Completed our mission statement and liaised with over 10 community partners to promote our program
  • Received board member nominations as well as solidified roles
  • Achieved participation goal with over 50+ youth & young adult
  • 2020 Accomplishments
  • 2019 Accomplishments
  • 2018 Accomplishments
  • 2017 Accomplishments
  • 2016 Accomplishments
  • Renewed successful grant from Laidlaw Youth Collective Initiative
  • Kicked off “Girls in Sports” training, for ages 8-12, in partnership with George Brown College’s Health & Promotion Fitness
  • Approval of successful grant from Canadian Red Cross
  • Partnered with Trent University Nursing Program; nurses doing their community placement to support New Six Soccer
  • Mensur Nuru, Co-founder, nominated as “20 Outstanding Black Men in Canada for 2020” by Shifter Magazine
  • Invited to kick off Toronto FC & MLSE “The Congregation” season opener
  • Achieved our education goal with over 35+ of our high school youth enrolling in post-secondary studies and 8 post-secondary graduate students with the support of our programs
  • Pandemic transition: virtual digital services
  • Approval of successful grant from Laidlaw Youth Collective Initiative with our collaborative QED (Al-Qazzaz for Educational and Development) and ACCT (Arab Community Centre of Toronto)
  • Collaborated with University of Toronto Rehab Sciences Lab for our Science of Movement workshop
  • Competed with community partners at BMO field
  • Played our third annual charity match against Medical Team Canada
  • Officially registered as a non-profit charitable organization
  • Achieved participation goal with over 150+ youth & young adults
  • Collaborated with MLSE Launchpad facility for our kids’ group (aged 10-16)
  • Dr. Abubakr, Co-founder, invited to CBC Metro Morning live in-studio for an interview with Matt Galloway to promote New Six Soccer and discuss 2018 World Cup in Russia
  • Community partnership with JayU Photography
  • Competed in our second annual charity match against Medical Team Canada
  • Hosted our second Soccer Tournament
  • Achieved participation goal with over 100+ youth & young adults
  • Partnered with EYC and Ontario Trillium for 16 dynamic educational workshops
  • Featured in CBC Metro Morning via taped audio segment
  • Competed in first exhibition charity match against Medical Team Canada
  • Kicked off our first Soccer Clinic for kids aged 10-16
  • Joined WoodGreen Community Services soccer tournament for Newcomers
  • Collaborated with LinkedIn Toronto headquarters for newcomer’s community networking dinner
  • Hosted our first Soccer Tournament
  • Achieved participation goal with over 50+ youth & young adults
  • The New Six Soccer takes over social media!
  • Created new Instagram and Twitter
  • Achieved social media goal to gain 600+ followers and increased account interactions
  • Partnered with Code Maximus to design our website and logo
  • Completed our mission statement and liaised with over 10 community partners to promote our program
  • Received board member nominations as well as solidified roles
  • Achieved participation goal with over 50+ youth & young adult
  • 2020 Accomplishments
  • 2019 Accomplishments
  • 2018 Accomplishments
  • 2017 Accomplishments
  • 2016 Accomplishments
  • Renewed successful grant from Laidlaw Youth Collective Initiative
  • Kicked off “Girls in Sports” training, for ages 8-12, in partnership with George Brown College’s Health & Promotion Fitness
  • Approval of successful grant from Canadian Red Cross
  • Partnered with Trent University Nursing Program; nurses doing their community placement to support New Six Soccer
  • Mensur Nuru, Co-founder, nominated as “20 Outstanding Black Men in Canada for 2020” by Shifter Magazine
  • Invited to kick off Toronto FC & MLSE “The Congregation” season opener
  • Achieved our education goal with over 35+ of our high school youth enrolling in post-secondary studies and 8 post-secondary graduate students with the support of our programs
  • Pandemic transition: virtual digital services
  • Approval of successful grant from Laidlaw Youth Collective Initiative with our collaborative QED (Al-Qazzaz for Educational and Development) and ACCT (Arab Community Centre of Toronto)
  • Collaborated with University of Toronto Rehab Sciences Lab for our Science of Movement workshop
  • Competed with community partners at BMO field
  • Played our third annual charity match against Medical Team Canada
  • Officially registered as a non-profit charitable organization
  • Achieved participation goal with over 150+ youth & young adults
  • Collaborated with MLSE Launchpad facility for our kids’ group (aged 10-16)
  • Dr. Abubakr, Co-founder, invited to CBC Metro Morning live in-studio for an interview with Matt Galloway to promote New Six Soccer and discuss 2018 World Cup in Russia
  • Community partnership with JayU Photography
  • Competed in our second annual charity match against Medical Team Canada
  • Hosted our second Soccer Tournament
  • Achieved participation goal with over 100+ youth & young adults
  • Partnered with EYC and Ontario Trillium for 16 dynamic educational workshops
  • Featured in CBC Metro Morning via taped audio segment
  • Competed in first exhibition charity match against Medical Team Canada
  • Kicked off our first Soccer Clinic for kids aged 10-16
  • Joined WoodGreen Community Services soccer tournament for Newcomers
  • Collaborated with LinkedIn Toronto headquarters for newcomer’s community networking dinner
  • Hosted our first Soccer Tournament
  • Achieved participation goal with over 50+ youth & young adults
  • The New Six Soccer takes over social media!
  • Created new Instagram and Twitter
  • Achieved social media goal to gain 600+ followers and increased account interactions
  • Partnered with Code Maximus to design our website and logo
  • Completed our mission statement and liaised with over 10 community partners to promote our program
  • Received board member nominations as well as solidified roles
  • Achieved participation goal with over 50+ youth & young adult

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