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We’re just one day away from the kickoff of the inaugural Inter-Provincial Cup Competition, pitting the champions of both League1 Ontario and the PLSQ (Premiere Ligue de Soccer du Quebec). Toronto FC Academy, led by L1O Golden Boot winner Molham Babouli, will head to Quebec to take on CS Longueuil at the Complexe Sportif Bell more »

OPDL enters its 22nd week of action this Saturday. The development of Ontario’s U-13 continues Nov. 1 with more footie action in two locations. Some of the best U-13 boys and girls players in the province will be competing at two centralized venues once again, this time at the Soccer Centre in Vaughan and Carleton more »

Bob Young, the owner of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and a man with strong connections to the North American soccer scene over the years, will be this year’s guest speaker at the Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Young has routinely been linked to attempts to bring professional soccer to Hamilton after a successful investment more »

In August, OSA President Ron Smale travelled to Kemptville Soccer Club, a 40 minute drive south from Ottawa, to present members of the Kemptville Soccer Club Board with their latest Club Excellence Award. The presentation was made during the club’s annual fun day and despite the rain a great time was had by all. Kemptville more »

The Grassroots department continues putting together a practice for coaches to use with their players across the province. Each week will focus on one of the three LTPD development stages at the Grassroots level, which includes Active Start, FUNdamentals and Learn to Train. In this week’s session, the Grassroots department has focused on Learn to more »

OPDL enters its 21st week of action this Saturday and Sunday The development of Ontario’s U-13 continues Oct. 25 and 26 with more footie action in one location. Some of the best U-13 boys and girls players in the province will be competing at  a centralized venue once again, this time at the Soccer Centre more »

Canada Soccer released today, ahead of the 2015 soccer season, the second of three player development resources, the Canada Soccer Pathway Coach’s Tool Kit: Stage Two – FUNdamentals It contains the perfect starter set for volunteer coaches and parents looking to offer their players the best possible soccer experience and get the kids to fall more »

Ten Ontario players will get to test their skills against the reigning FIFA Women’s World Cup champions later this month. After recently arriving back on the west coast for the start of their latest round in the Centralized Development Program (CDP), Canada’s Women’s National Team will have two tests against Japan, the world’s best team. more »

The Grassroots department continues putting together a practice for coaches to use with their players across the province. Each week will focus on one of the three LTPD development stages at the Grassroots level, which includes Active Start, FUNdamentals and Learn to Train. In this week’s session, the Grassroots department has focused on FUNdamentals. Click more »

In its inaugural season, Vaughan Azzurri are crowned 2014 League1 Cup champions, defeating Sigma FC in the final 2-1. Joseph Di Chiara scored the game winner in the 77th minute, capitalizing on a defence splitting pass into space, before beating Sigma’s Corey Marques. Both team started out with a strong focus on possession, keeping the more »


 
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