Dr. Dominic Maestracci
Dr. Dominic
Maestracci

Born
Aug 20, 1941
Age
81
Club
N/A
Birthplace
Luri, N/A
Height
172 cm
School(s)
Université Grenoble Université Aix-Marseille Université Sherbrooke Rutgers Medical School
Where they grew up
Luri, N/A

Bio

Dr. Dominic Maestracci

Dominique Maestracci... he was 26 years old when he moved to Canada in 1967... earned BSc (Physiology and Chemistry) from Université Grenoble in 1963... earned his Diploma in advance studies (Biochemistry) from Université Aix-Marseille in 1965... earned his Diploma in Biochemical engineering from INSA Lyon in 1967... earned his PhD (cell biology) from Université Sherbrooke in 1971... completed post-doctoral studies in Gastroenterology from Rutgers Medical School in 1973... earned his Masters in Public administration from ENAP in 1984...was a professor of medicine at Université Montréal...

served as the 32nd President of the Canadian Soccer Association (2008-12)... recipient of Canada Soccer’s President’s Award in 2019...

For Sport

served as the 32nd President of Canada Soccer (2008 to 2011-12)... served on Canada Soccer’s Board of Directors for 10 years (2002-12), including two years as Vice-President (2006-07 to 2007-08)... served on several Canada Soccer committees, notably Senior Amateur Committee (1979-81), Referees Committee (1990-1993), Referee Assessment Committee (1995-2001), Finance Committee (2001-03), Futsal Committee (2003-05), Blue-print Review Committee (2003-05), Organization Review Steering Committee (2004-06), and Governance Committee (2006-07)... served as Head of Delegation with Canada Soccer’s National Teams in 1997 and then again from 2006 to 2011, including the 1997 Jeux de la Francophonie (gold), men’s FIFA World Cup Qualifiers in 2008, the 2010 Concacaf Women’s Championship, and the 2011 Concacaf Gold Cup...

served on the National Organising Committee (Montréal Chairman) for the FIFA U-16 World Tournament Canada 1987 (FIFA U-17 World Cup)... served as a member of the Local Organising Committee for the FIFA U-20 World Cup Canada 2007... served on the Organising Committee for the FIFA U-20 World Cup Colombia 2011... served on the Organising Committee for the London 2012 Olympic Football Tournaments...

during his tenure as Canada Soccer President, Canada won their 2011 bid to host the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015... during his tenure as Canada Soccer President, Canada won their second Concacaf Women’s Championship in 2010... during his tenure as Canada Soccer President, Canada hosted the 2012 Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifiers...

served as Technical Director for ARS Estrie (1969-71)... served as President of ARS Estrie (1974-75)... served as Vice-President of ARS Concordia (1985-87)... served as Vice-President (1997 to 2003) and President of the Fédération de soccer du Québec (2003 to 2006)...

over the course of his career as a Referee and Assistant Referee, he was appointed to matches in leagues including the Canadian Soccer League 1988 to 1989)... served as a Canada Soccer Referee Instructor... served as a Canada Soccer Referee Assessor (1990 to 2003)...

Individual Honours

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