|Intro||Canadian association football player|
Association football player
|Birth||6 January 1984, Montreal, Urban agglomeration of Montreal, Montreal Region, Quebec|
Jason DiTullio (born January 6, 1984) is a retired Canadian soccer player and coach.
DiTullio began his pro career in the United Soccer Leagues Division 1 with the Impact, in 2002. He played a total of 75 games, 56 as starter, and accumulated 5,145 minutes of play. DiTullio scored one goal in his career, a game-winning goal, on July 17, 2002, against the Vancouver Whitecaps, and tallied four assists, for a total of six points. At age 18, in the end of his rookie season, he won the Impact’s 2002 Unsung Hero Award. He reached the 5000-minutes played mark with the Impact on June 18, 2006, against the Portland Timbers. DiTullio had his first knee injury, June 13, 2004, in Calgary. He went under surgery five times for his knee, ACL and meniscus. In 2007, he missed the whole season following his last surgery and retired on November 5, 2007.
DiTullio was part of the U-20 Canadian national team that played at the 2003 FIFA World Youth Championship in the United Arab Emirates and helped Canada reach the second round for the second time of its history. In 2001, he contributed to Canada’s qualification in the quarterfinal round at the Francophone Games in Ottawa.
After his retirement opened the Football School “École de Soccer Ditullio-Ribeiro” alongside Antonio Ribeiro.
- USL First Division Championship: 2004
- USL First Division Regular Season Championship: 2005, 2006
- Voyageurs Cup: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
Last Update: June 22, 2009