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DOMENIC MOBILIO TRIBUTE - 1969-2004


Domenic Mobilio - Ring of Honour 2014 Video - click here

Born in Vancouver, Domenic had a long and celebrated soccer career that includes many accomplishments, however, he will always be remembered most for his playing days as a Vancouver 86er / Whitecap and National Team Member. Domo played each and every game with precision and skill and was known for his ability to score and win under pressure and is still considered one of the best strikers to ever play for Canada. After his playing days Domenic focused his efforts to passing on his knowledge and passion for the game to the next generation of soccer players. In 2000 Domenic started as the technical director of coaching with the Coquitlam City Soccer Association, eventually building the organization and its programs into one of the most renowned in the Province. Sadly, Domenic Mobilio passed away in November 2004. As much as Domenic was a recognizable figure in the soccer community, so was his trademark number 10 jersey. With Domenic on our minds we all wear the famous number 10 on our backs for all CMFSC Camps. It is in this spirit that we hope to carry Domenic’s legacy forward in our attempts to bring the same enthusiasm and expertise to inspire young


Dom was such an inspiration to me from being at his academy to working with him at his spring and summer soccer camps. From the rides to and from the Whitecaps games and the wind-up parties after ...Read More

#10 Amie Lawlor - U16 Gold Impact


Words cannot describe the impact and influence that Dom had on the lives of the people who met him. You can only describe it with a smile, a smile I will never forget. From the time we would make ...Read More

#10 Andrew Lawlor 


Our deepest sympathies go out to Dom’s friends and the Mobilio, Guzzo families...Read More

#22 Coquitlam City Wild 


I am sure I speak for everyone here at Port Moody Soccer - our heartfelt condolences go out to you and the entire Coquitlam City soccer family in the tragic loss of Domenic Mobilio. I know he was ...Read More

Al Godin 


On behalf of the Vancouver Area Soccer Referees Association, I would like to send our deepest condolences to the Mobilio family. Domenic was an inspiration for the referees whether it is at Swanga...Read More

Albert Chow 1st Vice President - Vancouver Area Soccer Referees Association


I cannot express how much of a positive influence that Domenic had on me. I have been in his high-performance camps for many years now and I always looked forward to them. He seemed to love being ...Read More

Alex Muzzin - #11 Coquitlam City Wild


My brother and I first met Domenic when he played for the Philadelphia KiXX, when they were still apart of the NPSL. He was our favorite player, and a very nice guy. We had a local channel do...Read More

Alexandra Ridinger and family 


My deepest condolence to the Mobilio family and friends of Domenic.He was a great person and football/soccer ambassador.He represented everthing good about life and the beautiful game. R...Read More

Andrew Economos. 


Three weeks ago I was privilaged to be on a coaches' training course led by Dominic Mobilio. I left each session as I hope the players I coach will leave my sessions: with hope, enthusiasm, e...Read More

Andy Cunningham - Coach: CCSA U-10 Girls Jaguars, U-7 Girls Purple Lightning


Please accept my deepest sympathy from the bottom of my heart,I had the privilege and pleasure of being with Dom in Toronto last year at the A licence course. He was and always will be total quali...Read More

Andy Waughman, - Head Coach North Okanagan Youth Soccer


I am very saddenned by this. You can never understand how someone so young and full of life can be taken this way. It is a huge loss to the Canadian, British Columbia, Vancouver, and most of all C...Read More

Angela Pelleirn - Coquitlam Premier B, Burnaby Girls Soccer Club Coach


It's hard to imagine why God would want to have taken such a fine a person as Dominic Mobilio away from this world so soon. It is obvious from the tributes and emotion that he has touched so many ...Read More

Anonymous. 


Domenic was my first major crush. I was no more than 16 at the time, he must have been 25. I live in Toronto and therefore could not see him often... but I waited patiently for him to come and pla...Read More

Anonymous. 


Its a sad loss of a soccer player, a friend, a mentor and all around awsome guy. My stomach is in knots at how this sports scene just loss a truly great ambassodor of good will and respect! I...Read More

Anthony Canosa 


I am so sad from the news i received on Sunday morning. I have attended many of Domenic's camps and truly believed he was an awesome person. He made soccer enjoyable and yet taught me so many thin...Read More

Ashley DeRose - U-13 Gold Coquitlam Silence #10


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