Technical Director, David Diplacido

dave diplacidoDavid Diplacido
Technical Director

Raised in Aurora, where he started his soccer career playing for the AYSC, David is a true testament to our proud history. We are thrilled to have one of our own come full circle and give back to the soccer community that had so inspired him. He will be taking on the very important role of inspiring our soccer youth to reach their potential by providing technical stewardship for the Aurora Youth Soccer Club.

After a successful playing career, representing Canada at the Youth World Cup and playing professional soccer in Canada and the USA, David obtained his USSF National B Coaching Licence and continued to advance his coaching experience. Over the past 7 years David worked as the Camp Training Director for the Toronto FC, Assistant Coach of CSL Select Team competing internationally, Assistant Coach of Seneca College Men’s Team, Technical Assistant for Woodbridge SC for six years including the role of Technical Director for the Female Program at the Woodbridge Soccer Club.


QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:

  • USSF (United States Soccer Federation) National B license
  • Technical Assistant Aurora Youth Soccer Club (2012-2013)
  • Assistant Coach of Seneca College Men’s Team(2012)
  • Technical Director for the Female Program at the Woodbridge Soccer Club (2012)
  • Technical Assistant Woodbridge Soccer Club (2006-2012)
  • Professional Soccer player with the Montreal Impact (2005)
  • Professional Soccer player Toronto Lynx Soccer Club (1998-2006)
  • Professional Soccer player with Philadelphia Kixx Indoor Soccer Club (2004)
  • 2003 offensive player of the year with the Toronto Lynx Professional Soccer team
  • 2001 Fan Favorite Award with Toronto Lynx
  • All-time leader in games and minutes played with the Toronto Lynx
  • 1998 Public Relations Award with the Toronto Lynx
  • Assistant Coach and Captain of CSL select team that competed in Singapore (2008)
  • Camp Training Director, Toronto FC (Summer 2011)
  • Represented Canada at the U17 World Cup of Soccer in Japan (1993)
  • Represented Canada at CONCACAF qualifying in Cuba (1992)

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