Through a core value of Respect, we aim to inspire and motivate the youth of today, not only to develop their skills on the field, but develop the mindset of a confident and motivated individual. A club that will offer and create a safe learning environment for its members, with a variety of opportunities that focuses on the development of a player. To inspire a passion and love for the beautiful game of soccer, through a positive mindset, and respect for our opponents and teammates.
Our values as a club will stand strong alongside Respect, Honesty, Sportsmanship, Nutrition & Education. Holding our organization to a level that will be viewed as a leader in the community that holds its members accountable, not only in their actions on the field but in our daily lives. We must demonstrate an elite expectation of our governing officers. Operating with respect and in accordance to the guidelines and regulations set out by all governing districts in which we reside, hold membership and compete within. Every person has an opportunity to experience great things in their life, be respected through it and acknowledged in the process. Respect, Honesty, Inclusion, Unity will be the pillars of the Barrie Cardinals CDF.
To become a unique and memorable club that through a “professional made fun’’ training program will include soccer for a variety of ages, genders and all ethnicities.Programs from house league, recreational, developmental, and competitive levels. To be an organization that is viewed as a true inspiration for its members and have a love for the game that will last for many years to come!
As a member of this district and community, we commit to build relationships and work alongside our municipalities, local businesses, charities, & school boards to promote and enhance the growth of the sport within Barrie and establish our connection as community motivators and builders. We Aim to create a sense of belief in our members, bringing joy and creating positive memories for the youth. All for the kids!
Cardinals Fly Together
Registrations are now closed. You are welcome to register and secure your spot nice and early, for our next semester starting January 2024.
Monday - 2010 - 2014 Boys & Girls
Location 1) Oct 16 - 1st Training at St John Paul II Catholic School - 211 Ashford Dr - Barrie ON L4N 6A3 - 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Location 2) Oct 16 - 1st Training at St. Nicolas Elementary - 100 Lougheed Rd - Barrie ON L4N8E1 - 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Tuesday - 2015 - 2020 Boys & Girls
Location 1) Oct 10 - 1st Training at St. Bernadette Elementary - 101 Marsellus Dr - Barrie ON L4N8R6 -- 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Location 2) Oct 10 - 1st Training at Allandale Heights Public School - 124 Bayview Dr, Barrie ON L4N 3P4 - 6:00pm - 9:30pm
Wed - 2010 - 2014 Boys & Girls
Location 1) Oct 11 - 1st Training at St. Marguerite D'Youville - 87 Hanmer St W - 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Location 2) Oct 11 - 1st Training at Assikinack Pubic School - 226 Little Ave, Barrie ON L4N 6L3 6:00pm - 9:30pm
Thursday - 2015 - 2020 Boys & Girls
Location 1) Oct 12 - 1st Training at St. Bernadette Elementary - 101 Marsellus Dr - Barrie ON L4N8R6 -- 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Location 2) Oct 12 - 1st Training at Allandale Heights Public School - 124 Bayview Dr, Barrie ON L4N 3P4 - 6:00pm - 9:30pm
Friday - Cardinal Events Day
Location 1 : St John Paul II - 211 Ashford Dr
Want to have a birthday party? Get a workout in, host a fundraiser, Or even play some pick up soccer, email
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Saturday - Cardinal House League
Lampmans Lane Community Centre - 59 Lampmans Ln
House league games will be held on Oct 21, Nov 4, Nov 11, Dec 2 and Dec 16 between 10am - 6pm
**Players are off training on all statutory holidays.
Please note that your child's training time will be assigned within the three hour window. all scheduling details will be out to all families by Sept 19.
Cardinal keeping you informed!
We would like to encourage all Cardinal families to get your registrations done soon!
Our link has been open for 5 days and spots are filling up rather quickly. As you can see, it is our goal to provide information as much as possible, because we understand the value in being able to organize your schedules. So it is important we work together as a community.
Our house league schedule is set with games being held on Oct 21, Nov 4, Nov 11, Dec 2 and Dec 16. The sooner registrations are in, the sooner we can allocate your child to their training location, time and house league team.
Adding to the growth, we encourage you to let us know that you would like to help out coaching or see if it is a good fit for you. "It takes a community to raise a child".
"We are thankful and humbled for the growth we have experienced thus far, but we are EXCITED for what the future has in store for the Cardinal Family!
Believe us when we say, "you do not want to miss out!
Discipline & Commitment are a PILLAR that will reflect the growth of our organization and direction. Attendance is Essential for the well being of our teams.
BARRIE! WE love our city!!!
BARRIE! WE love our city!!!
meet the team
As many of you may have already noticed, it is safe to say that soccer is a passion for "Coach Guz". David, grew up in the Keele & Eglinton area, played around various countries through the game of futbol and now resides with his wife Amy, and two children Toryne and Savannah. Coach Guz expresses his gratitude and appreciation for the experiences he had in combination with the beautiful game.
"I am very fortunate for the experiences I've had in my life in result of my dedication to Soccer. Being able to do many things, respresent my country at a young age, playing against some of the best youth in the world, receive a DIv 1 scholarship to a top university in the US, play for TFC in their first year of existence! it was amazing, I am very blessed. But you know, you can never guarantee anything as a coach, but this is why we created the Barrie Cardinals, in hopes that with our experiences we can inspire, motivate and guide the youth of our city and beyond, to grow into amazing young adults!"
Some of Coach Guzman's Achievements
Very First Youth Club's, Academia North York (Saul Varela) Atletico Nacional(Francisco Cano), Academia Argentina (Carlos Quiroga), Osai Colo-Colo - El Popular
Set a League Record of 69 goals in one season, that stood untouched for MANY years. The league is currently known as DHSL, but Coach David strongly believes this is one of the best places for kids to get their tekkers up!
Dixie Strikers U-13 - U17 - OSL, CSL
Multiple Ontario Cup Championships (indoor and outdoor)
Tournaments like the Robbie Cup, different club showcases, the Nike Cup, Disney Cup.
Travelled constantly in this time to tournaments in the states.
Team Ontario U13 - U16
Competed in two national championship games, winning one in his own age group against Quebec 4-1 and the following year playing a year up, lost in the finals to Quebec in "Golden Goal" 2-1.
Canadian National Team U-13 - U-23
Having an opportunity to represent your country at any age is an honor. Coach David played in approximate 40-50 matches for Canada. In various countries like Germany, England, Panama, Cuba, USA, Portugal, Spain, Peru, Northern Ireland.
University of Louisville U18 - U21 NCAA Division 1
Coach David joined the Cardinal family in 2004 on a full scholarship. He led his team in point the three seasons he played. some of the accolades he accumulated in his time were:
- 2004,2005,2006 Leader in Points
- Conference USA All Freshman Team
- Conference USA All Third Team
- Big East First Team x2
- All Great Lakes Region Second Team
- All Great Lakes Region First Team x2
- Athletic Directors Honor Roll
Toronto FC, Chicago Fire (MLS)
In the summer months of the academic year, the Louisville Cardinals Coach Lolla, set up for Coach David to be with the Fire in each off season. This was in connection with the Professional Development League in the US. After a few seasons and completion of his junior academic year, David Was signed by Toronto FC in their very first year of coming into the league. Coach David recorded 6 goals and 11 assists in the reserve league and appeared in a match against Portuguese giants, SL Benfica.
Coach Alex has an extensive background and contribution to the game and the Cardinals are excited to have him a part of our family. Growing up, Alex played for Toronto Azzurri, where he experienced many championships with his team mates, who back then were coached by a legend, Carmine Isaaco. The Cardinals are happy to know that he, his wife and their 3 children are close by. Having returned to play this past summer, Alex showed he's still got the touch as he and his team won the gold medal in the Men's Division Ontario Cup, moving onto Canadian National Championships on the east coast, where his club, Vaughan Azzurri also took home a championship gold medal!
Head of Administration
I am an avid fitness & nutrition professional who is passionate about helping others become their best versions of themselves. I’m a natural caregiver at heart; whether that be simply holding a door open for a stranger or caring for patients in my former career as a healthcare worker. Now as a full-time stay at home-homeschooling mom I spend most of my time teaching and guiding my children, which has led me to believe that children learn best from experience and from their own natural curiosity about the world around them. It’s cliche but truly being a mother, teaching my children day to day, doing life together is exactly what God intended for me to do and I can not wait to naturally share my passions of health and fitness with other families within our community while creating lifelong relationships.