Athletic excellence, cognitive stimulation and unparalleled associative development will be the hallmarks of our new organization. Our ongoing mission will be to provide exemplary youth development; emphasizing technical, tactical, physical and mental principles to ensure a strong future in the sport and game of soccer for every member of the association.

Our players will “work” at all times with a ball in their feet and we will build on this strength to make our association a club loved by youth.

This will allow each member of the association to have in their future sports or professional careers sure values that will allow them to grow and face the challenges and responsibilities of life through sports.

Welcome to our association!

Individual performance is not the most important aspect. We lose and we win as a team.

The technicians

Originally from the South of France, Anthony DELION has a UEFA A License (National B License) and a DTC (Club Technical Director course). Player since the age of 5 in a club in the city of Montpellier (South of France), soccer has allowed him to live from this passion in the world and to work for various clubs.

Assistant technical director for 3 years with the ASH, coach of the sport studies program (ARSO) for 2 years and coach of the regional selection, co-founder of the Vision Soccer academy, he knows very well the soccer process here in the Outaouais. Coach/educator for more than 15 years, he has trained high level players, some of whom play today in Ligue 1 in France.

Hakim TEBIB, soccer player since his youngest age. He played at a good level in Algeria, which allowed him to acquire a lot of theoretical and practical experience. Graduated and trained with the Provincial B License, responsible LRSO with the ASG, technician of the sport study program and coach of the regional selections allows him to be an appreciated coach in Outaouais.

In Quebec for the last 8 years, Hakim has coached AA/AAA teams in the Outaouais region and now wishes to bring his experience to the youth of the region with the ASP.