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    • Cavicchia Gets Nod to Lead Sting
      The following post from December 22, 2022 is courtesy of Seneca Sting Athletics: https://www.senecasting.ca/varsity/News_Slider/2022-23/12-22_MISOC_Coach. The Seneca Sting are pleased to announce that Rob Cavicchia has been named the Men’s Indoor Soccer interim head coach. Cavicchia has been an assistant coach with both the indoor and…
    • Hawks Successfully Defend CCAA Title In BC
      Expectations. There are many in life and we often leave disappointed. That didn’t happen on Saturday evening in Langley, BC when the Humber College Hawks came from behind to win their second consecutive CCAA Men’s Soccer National Championship over a exhausted Seneca Sting team that…
    • Ahuntsic Knocks Off Host Saint-Lambert To Claim CCAA Gold
      So often in sports we build up expectations, only to have big disappointments. The young women from Collège Ahuntsic had these expectations thrust upon them and lived up to the billing on Saturday when they claimed the CCAA Women’s Soccer National Championship over the hosts…
    • OCAA Rivals To Battle For CCAA Gold
      Well… it was really inevitable this year, that the two best teams would come out of the OCAA and be a replay of the gold medal match two weeks ago in Vaughan, Ontario, but as the venue may have changed to the wintery picturesque mountain…
    • Battle of Quebec in CCAA Final
      The more things change, the more they stay the same. The Quebec dominance of the CCAA in Women’s Soccer continued on Thursday evening as we get to see another “All Quebec” final. This proves again that the folks in Quebec know what they are doing…

    Canadian National Team

    • Canada Soccer Statement
      The following statement can be attributed to Earl Cochrane, Canada Soccer General Secretary courtesy of SIRC and Canada Soccer: We acknowledge that the matters we are speaking about today involve real people and have a real impact on human lives. We unequivocally apologize for the Safe…
    • Canada Soccer and Gatorade® Canada Introduce New Partnership
      The following story by Canada Soccer is from March 24, 2022 on the SIRC website and the Canada Soccer website: https://sirc.ca/news/canada-soccer-and-gatorade-canada-introduce-new-partnership/ and https://canadasoccer.com/news/canada-soccer-and-gatorade-canada-introduce-new-partnership/ Toronto, ON (March 23, 2022) – Canada Soccer and Gatorade® Canada, a leader in fueling athletic performance, announced a new multi-year partnership that…
    • Herdman before 2nd leg with Haiti: CanMNT ‘know they’re on the cusp of something important’
      The following story by Benedict Rhodes, CANPL Contributor is courtesy of https://canpl.ca/article/herdman-before-2nd-leg-with-haiti-canmnt-know-theyre-on-the-cusp-of-something-important from June 15, 2021. The Canadian men’s national team takes on Haiti on Tuesday night (9pm ET/6pm PT on OneSoccer) in what is one of the biggest matches the men’s national team has…
    • Herdman lauds ‘balance’ in CanMNT squad for WCQ: ‘I believe in this group’
      Excerpts of the following story are from CANPL.ca on May 29, 2021 by CHARLIE O’CONNOR-CLARKE, digital content editor (@CHARLIEJCLARKE): https://canpl.ca/article/herdman-lauds-balance-in-canmnt-squad-for-wcq-i-believe-in-this-group Canadian men’s national team coach John Herdman held court with the media on Saturday morning, shedding some light on his decisions after revealing the 24-man squad that…
    • 23 CPLers to take part in Canada Soccer C/B Coaching Licence program
      Excerpts of this story are courtesy of https://canpl.ca/article/23-cplers-to-take-part-in-canada-soccer-cb-coaching-licence-program from May 19, 2021 by the CANPL staff. A group of Canadian Premier League players is taking advantage of a new opportunity to help them get into coaching beyond their playing days. CPLers from across the country will be…

    Canadian Premier League

    • CPL kicks off five-year celebration with anniversary logo
      Excerpts of the following post from canpl.ca https://canpl.ca/article/cpl-kicks-off-five-year-celebration-with-anniversary-logo from January 26, 2023 are courtesy of the Canadian Premier League. Toronto, ON – (January 26, 2023) – The Canadian Premier League today unveiled a new logo in celebration of the league’s upcoming fifth season, ahead of the announcement…
    • Fordyce Concludes Eighteen-Year Career, Staying In The Game
      Excerpts of the following post from the Northern Tribune by John Jacques on January 21, 2022, https://northerntribune.ca/valour-fc-daryl-fordyce-retire/ are courtesy of the Northern Tribune. Valour FC Captain Daryl Fordyce has announced his retirement following a career on the pitch that has spanned some eighteen years, though…
    • Ooks Name Dhee Govender as Women’s Soccer/Futsal Head Coach
      Dhee Govender has been named the Head Coach of the NAIT Ooks women’s soccer/futsal team after former Head Coach Alesha Weicker-Pasternak stepped down in late 2022. Weicker-Pasternak had a great season with the Ooks leading them to the ACAC Championship, where they placed fourth. The…
    • Vancouver FC Staff Taking Shape
      Parts of the following post are from the story by John Jacques in the Northern Tribune from January 4, 2023, https://northerntribune.ca/vancouver-fc-club-staff-2023/. Vancouver FC fans already know that Afshin Ghotbi will be marching into the club’s inaugural season with Niall Thompson at his side and Mark Village as goalkeeper coach,…
    • An New era Ushered In Halifax With Patrice Gheisar
      So it’s time for a new era in Halifax with the HFX Wanderers. After the parting of ways between the Wanderers and Stephen Hart, Sporting Director Matt Fegan had stated that their timeline was to have a new head coach in place by the end…