Meet some of our success stories...
PROFILE from the Vancouver Whitecaps - Alphonso is the youngest active player in MLS, he joined Whitecaps FC Residency in 2015, prior to being added to their USL side in February 2016, then their MLS roster in July 2016 as a 15-year-old. He became the youngest player to score a goal in USL history on May 15, 2016. On June 8, 2016, Davies became the youngest ever player to start for Whitecaps FC's first team, earning a spot in the starting lineup for WFC's second leg match in their semifinal series against Ottawa Fury FC.
Alphonso is a proud alunmist of St. Nicholas, and comes back to hang out an train with the Academy every chance he gets. He loves the game, and doesn't pass up an opportunity to come visit.
Jackson attended the St. Nicholas soccer academy and is currently with the Vancouver Whitecap Reserve Team. Jackson has been the captain of the Alberta team and captain of the u-15 Canadian national team. Many of the St. Nicholas Academy graduates have moved on to Archbishop O' Leary High School Soccer Academy and have reached the Alberta and/or FC Edmononton.
Glorie has led the St. Nicholas Soccer Academy to two championships. He has competed in the premier soccer level. Glorie was seleceted for the Alberta All-Star Soccer Team and won the Scoring Boot in Laval, Québec as the tournaments leading goal scorer. Glorie recently has been signed to the Vancouver Whitecaps Residency Program and has moved to Vancouver to continue his high school education and soccer development.
We are proud to announce that the following students have been chosen by FC Edmonton to train with their youth academy.
Sheldon Prasad, Wren Henley,
John Hohlbein, Isiah Tekie,
Prince Amanda, Ivan Hirankunda