|Full name||Nicola Francesco Russo|
|Date of birth||30 September, 1999 (age 20)|
|Place of birth||Mississauga, Ontario|
|Height||175 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Playing position||Winger/ Wingback|
|North Mississauga SC|
|–||Clarkson Soccer Club|
|2017-||University of Toronto||39||(3)|
|2017||Masters Football Academy||5|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
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Nick Russo (born September 30, 1999) is a Canadian soccer player who currently plays for Canadian club North Mississauga Panthers in League1 Ontario (L1O) and The University of Toronto Varsity Blues in Ontario University Athletics (OUA).
Russo began playing competitive football with Clarkson Sheridan Soccer Club at age 11. He was a member of a St. Martin team that won O.F.S.A.A. gold (2014) and bronze (2015), and R.O.P.S.S.A.A gold (2014, 2015). At the age of 15, Russo was invited to train with Paolo Rossi 's football academy in Perugia, Italia. Due to difficulties obtaining a dual-citizenship, Nicola was not able to continue in Italy. At age 17 he signed with Masters Football Academy, competing in League1 Ontario. After graduating St. Martin High school, Nicola signed with the University of Toronto Varsity Blues. Russo made 8 appearances in his rookie season with the Blues. In his sophomore season, Russo appeared in 13 regular season and 2 playoff matches. In his junior season, Nicola Russo appeared in all 18 matches (including 4 playoff starts), tallying 2 goals, respectively. At age 18, Russo joined the North Mississauga Panthers of League1 Ontario. Under Head Coach Aleks Balta, Nicola started 12 matches and registered 3 goals in the 2019 League1 Ontario season. Notably, Nick received a nomination for the League1 Ontario Goal of the Year. Russo played a major role in securing the club's very first playoff appearance, and claiming the inaugural Credit River Cup.
- O.F.S.A.A. Gold (2014)
- O.F.S.A.A. Bronze (2015)
- R.O.P.S.S.A.A Gold (2014)
- R.O.P.S.S.A.A Gold (2015)
- Ontario Cup u-17 Silver (2016)
- Credit River Cup (2019)
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