Clinton Mitchell -President

Clinton started playing in the TSSL in 2000 for PSC Torinos (Panasonic) as a player / coach and still does presently eventually taking over the team

(now called FCTORINOS”), He’s been on the board since 2007 also volunteers his time as a youth coach in Brampton for just as long ,giving back to the game which he loves dearly.

A fan of ARSENAL (gunners) football club in the English Premier League and supporter of our home town team TORONTO FC ,there’s rarely a moment that football(soccer) is not in his life .

Kevin Phillips – Vice President

Kevin has been a member of the TSSL for 18 years. He is going into his 10th season sitting on the board and his fifth as Vice President of the league.

Craig Mottram – Secretary

Craig has played in the TSSL for many years. He took over Liberty FC when he got tired of playing for a team that was poorly run, with less than 11 players at a game.   Since then, he has managed numerous teams in both the outdoor league and indoor league.
In 2014, Craig was elected to the position of  Secretary. He looks forward to listening to your concerns and helping our league stay strong.

Billy Camperlino – Discipline Chairman

Billy has been a member of the TSSL for 4 years  and he is a player/coach for Xtirpation Team.

Dan Nacuta – Treasurer

Having played for a number of teams in various Toronto leagues, and thoroughly fed up with inept coaching, petty infighting, bad attitudes, unwillingness to learn, and utter lack of understanding of futbol, Dan concluded: “If you want something done right, do it yourself!” Hence, The Herbal Cowboys came to be in 2005. Dan was elected to the board at the 2010 TSSL AGM and accepted the role of Treasurer in 2011.

Nicholas Brown – Director at Large

Nick was elected to the board at the 2017 TSSL AGM and accepted the role Director in large.  He is been with the TSSL league as a player and Coach since 2011 with Real Nomads

David Sardina – Director at Large

David has been with the TSSL for over 10 years starting as a player and now a manager. He believes we all have a role to play to uphold safety, courtesy and respect on the soccer field. Competition is not always about the win, rather, the professionalism that a team and organization brings to every situation. He looks forward to being a part of the TSSL and all of its affiliates.