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    Courtesy of CANPL.ca https://canpl.ca/article/canadian-premier-league-announces-2021-season-format With the CPL season finally on its way in Winnipeg, MB this past weekend, with the help of the CAN PL themselves, we take a look at the season format with the media release from June 24, 2021 from https://canpl.ca/article/canadian-premier-league-announces-2021-season-format. Toronto, ON (June 24, 2021) – The Canadian Premier League announced today the season format for 2021 during a press conference with Commissioner David Clanachan.  The 2021 CPL season will have all 8 Clubs playing a 112-match...

    Photo Credit: Coutesy of www.canpl.ca HFX Wanderers players Andre Rampersad, Pierre Lamothe, Jérémy Gagnon-Laparé, and Stefan Karajovanovic. (HFX Wanderers FC) Excerpts of the following story by are courtesy of the Canadian Premier League by Marty Thompson, Digital Content Editor (@MARTYTHOMPSON_) from June 10, 2021: https://canpl.ca/article/2021-cpl-season-what-you-need-to-know-before-the-kickoff With “The Kickoff” presented by Volkswagen, all eight CPL clubs set to travel to the heart of the continent – Winnipeg, Manitoba – for a four-week, 32-game single site start to the 2021 CPL...

    Photo Credit Cavalry coach Tommy Wheeldon Jr. (CPL/Chant Photography) Courtesy https://canpl.ca/article/cavalry-fcs-tommy-wheeldon-jr-on-training-return-trialists-doing-whatever-needs-to-be-done-for-2021-season Excerpts of this story by Benedict Rhodes a CANPL.CA contributor, are courtesy of CANPL.ca from May 27, 2021 https://canpl.ca/article/cavalry-fcs-tommy-wheeldon-jr-on-training-return-trialists-doing-whatever-needs-to-be-done-for-2021-season. With the 2021 Canadian Premier League season rapidly approaching, Cavalry FC have been back in training for about a month now. CanPL.ca caught up with Cavalry FC gaffer Tommy Wheeldon Jr. to get updates on returning to training, international players, and preparing for the single-site environment to start the season, among...

    Photo Credit Courtesy of CanPL.ca Atlético Ottawa and HFX Wanderers FC walk onto the pitch during the 2020 Island Games. (Photo: CPL/Chant Photography) Parts of this original story is from May 17, 2021 at https://canpl.ca/article/2021-cpl-pre-season-what-we-know-so-far. Ever since the 2020 Canadian Premier League season ended in September, fans have been eagerly awaiting news about the league’s third year. CPL commissioner David Clanachan said in his most recent statement, on May 14, that the league is aiming to kick off the 2021 campaign at a...

    Jonathan Grant of Forge FC. (CPL/Chant Photography) 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 participating in Canada Soccer’s newly-expanded C/B Licence Coach Education Program, which previously was only available to national team players but is now open to anyone in the Canadian Premier...

    Work being done at York Lions Stadium (Photo: York United) The following story by Benedict Rhodes a CANPL.ca Contributor is from May 19, 2021 and can be found at https://canpl.ca/article/york-uniteds-angus-mcnab-on-intl-players-changes-to-york-lions-stadium-for-2021. There are a lot of moving parts around York United, ahead of the 2021 CPL season. Planning ways to return to training, finalizing their roster, and upgrading their stadium are all happening simultaneously, while the 2021 campaign is rapidly approaching. CanPL.ca caught up with Angus McNab, York United’s President, CEO and General Manager to...

    (Photo: CPL/Chant Photography): https://canpl.ca/article/cpl-2021-season-update-clanachan-committed-to-june-or-early-july-start-at-single-site-full-28-game-season The following story from the CPL Staff is from the CPL website May 14, 2021 courtesy of: https://canpl.ca/article/cpl-2021-season-update-clanachan-committed-to-june-or-early-july-start-at-single-site-full-28-game-season Pour lire en français, cliquez ici. Below is a statement from Canadian Premier League Commissioner David Clanachan released Friday regarding the start of the 2021 CPL season. In the note, Clanachan says the League has set a target kick-off date of “mid-June to early July” at a single site, with all eight clubs in the one location without fans....

    Gracieuseté de Photo: CPL/Chant Photography Publié à l'origine le 28 avril 2021 https://fr.canpl.ca/?p=87936 Chers partisans de la Première Ligue canadienne, En plus de la flexibilité et de l’innovation, deux qualificatifs que j’utilise pour décrire notre ligue, je désire ajouter les mots persévérance et espoir! Comme vous le savez, nous avons annoncé en janvier nos plans pour démarrer nos activités sur le terrain au printemps avec une date de coup d’envoi fixée au 22 mai 2021. Nous reconnaissions déjà qu’un facteur...

    Photo Courtesy of CPL/Chant Photography Original story published April 28, 2021 courtesy of https://canpl.ca/article/commissioner-david-clanachan-cpl-focused-and-committed-to-2021-season Below is a letter from CPL commissioner David Clanachan regarding the upcoming season and the League’s commitment to taking the field in 2021. Pour lire en français, cliquez ici. Dear CPL Supporters, On top of adaptability and innovation when describing the Canadian Premier League, I want to add perseverance and hope! As you know, in January, we announced plans for the start of play this Spring – focused on a start...