Tony Ronca is the Head Coach and founder for Supernova FC. Previously, Tony served at other soccer clubs like Dixie, Bolton and Oakville as the Head Coach for competitive boy’s and girl’s teams of different age groups.
Ronca led all his teams - including men's and women's teams - to multiple league titles in OYSL. He has also won the prestigious Ontario Cup multiple times with different teams.
Starting his coaching career 29 years ago, Ronca has developed immense knowledge and experience in the field of soccer. Before his coaching career, he was representing Oakville Soccer Club as a competitive player. The journey of coaching began with an Oakville girl’s team but soon shifted to coaching boys at a competitive level. Shortly thereafter, Ronca made a transition to the Dixie Soccer Club where him, Dale Soobratee and Rick David created and transformed a U10 girls team into one of the best in the country over the next 8 years. The Dixie Saints ‘90 group became a force to be reckoned with and was established as the first and only Canadian team ever where every single member of the team received a scholarship in the United States. Jonelle Filigno, a Canadian national player and 2012 Olympian, was among this group of talented girls under the many years of coaching and nurturing by Tony Ronca, Dale Soobratee and Rick David.
After becoming a huge success with his women’s team, Tony Ronca took over the Dixie boys U13 team. Evolving and progressing these boys from lower divisions to the highest possible division - OYSL – came within just a couple of years. The team soon became the #1 ranked team in Ontario, winning multiple league titles and winning many showcases in the States, such as the biggest yet, ESPN Disney Showcase. The Dixie 93 boys were very successful as well in attaining scholarships to different schools in the States. Some notable former players of Coach Tony Ronca include: Molham Babouli and Giuliano Frano whom have now been selected to play professionally. After all the success with Dixie, Ronca took his knowledge to Bolton where he once again won the U18 Ontario Cup and multiple OYSL titles with Bolton 97 boys for the first time in Bolton history.