Veteran striker Tony Judice back with New Orleans Jesters for 2021 NPSL season
New Orleans, LA. Veteran striker Tony Judice will return to play for the New Orleans Jesters for the upcoming NPSL season. A native of Covington, LA. and known affectionately as ‘Mr Jester” Judice is one of the longest serving players for the Jesters and previously played for the team from 2009 – 2018.
Kenny Farrell is very pleased to have Judice back with the team,
“Tony is a big part of our Club and it wouldn’t be the same without him. He’s got a superb attitude towards the game and an extremely strong work ethic. His commitment to our team over the years is a great example for some of the younger players on the squad.”
Before joining the Jesters Judice played college soccer for Tyler Junior College and Grand Canyon University. He also played for PDL sides Arizona Saguaros and the Baton Rouge Capitals in addition to his decade suiting up for New Orleans.
Toras grew up in Covington LA and attended Covington High School.
In addition to his playing duties Toras is a local youth soccer coach working for Mandeville Youth Soccer Club.
The New Orleans Jesters will play a fourteen-game NPSL regular season schedule with the first home match set for 7 PM vs AFC Mobile on Saturday, May 8 at Pan American Stadium. Season tickets, group tickets and individual game tickets are all on sale now at www.nolajesters.com.