Domenic Mobilio

14 January 1969
Date of passing
13 November 2004 (Age 35)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
180 cm
Where they grew up
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
International "A" - CAN MNT
25 Appearances
15 Starts
3 Goals
0 Assists


Domenic Mobilio

Domenic Mobilio... soccer family (cousin Melissa Mobilio, cousin Nadia Pietramala)... he was 35 years old when he passed away on 13 November 2004... he was five years old when he started playing soccer... growing up, favourites included Bob Lenarduzzi... earned his Canada Soccer Coaching B Diploma in 2003...

posthumously honoured by the Canada Soccer Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2007... posthumously honoured by the BC Sports Hall of Fame, the Soccer Hall of Fame of British Columbia, the Vancouver Whitecaps FC Ring of Honour, and the Vancouver Italian Cultural Centre Hall of Fame... in Coquitlam, the Domenic Mobilio Field at the Town Centre Sports Field Complex was posthumously named in his honour... part of the Canadian team that won a gold medal at the 1989 Jeux de la Francophonie, recognised as a Canada Soccer Team of Distinction...

represented Canada in three cycles of FIFA World Cup Qualifiers and one edition of the Concacaf Gold Cup... career 30 international appearances across 12 years from 1986 to 1997 with Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team, including 25 international "A" appearances... represented Canada at one FIFA youth tournament (U-19 at Chile 1987)... Concacaf youth champion in 1986 (Concacaf Under-19)...

club career in Canada and USA... with Vancouver 86ers, a four-time Canadian Soccer League Championship winner (1988, 1989, 1990, 1991)... was the only player to twice score more than 20 goals during a Canadian Soccer League regular season (20 goals in 1988 and a league-record 25 goals in 1991)...

said coach John Travella in 1986, “he’s a very low key; his personality doesn’t stick out on the field. His ability does... he’s got a very, very good attitude and he’s the type of player who listens well to coaching. He’s excellent off the ball. The minute the ball is somewhere else, that’s when you have to keep your eyes on him”...

For Country

finished third with Canada at the 1985 CONCACAF Men's Under-16 Tournament in Mexico... he was 17 years old when he made his debut for Canada (29 January 1986)... won a gold medal with Canada at the 1986 CONCACAF Youth Tournament in Trinidad & Tobago (Canada also qualified for the FIFA U-20 World Cup Chile 1987)... represented Canada at the FIFA U-20 World Cup Chile 1987... represented Canada at the X Pan American Games Indianapolis 1987 (he did not feature)... represented Canada in 1988 CONCACAF / FIFA World Cup Qualifiers for Italy 1990... won a gold medal with Canada at the I Jeux de la Francophonie Maroc 1989... represented Canada at the 1993 CONCACAF Gold Cup... represented Canada in 1992-93 CONCACAF / FIFA World Cup Qualifiers for USA 1994 (Canada was eliminated in an inter-zone playoff against Australia)... twice played in a career-high six consecutive Canada matches from 1993 to 1994 (he played in 12 of 13 Canada matches during that string)... represented Canada in 1996-97 CONCACAF / FIFA World Cup Qualifiers for France 1998... 

For Sport

served as Technical Director at Coquitlam City Soccer Association...

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