The CONCACAF Champions league
Phil Cottrell, Daily Observer
Toronto FC is the Eastern Conference Champions
The last game for Toronto FC saw the club visit Atlanta for an opportunity to reach a season-high in terms of number of points and to set a league record for the number of points in the regular season. The game against Atlanta set one record in the fact that there were over 71,000 in the stands thereby setting a Major League Soccer (MLS) record for
After 90 minutes of widely exciting action all 36,000 fans stood many of them soaking wet, having witnessed Toronto FC and the Montreal Impact draw level on aggregate score with TFC winning 3-2 on the night but tying 5-5 in total as Montreal had won by the same score, 3-2 in Olympic stadium .
Leicester City's success in finishing at the top of the English Premier League (EPL), the most prestigious sports league in the world, is truly a fairy tale. At the start of the season Leicester was 5,000-1 with bookmakers to win the league, a wager taken up by only 12 William Hill punters, among them a 39-year-old Leicester carpenter Leigh Herbert
Two amazing goals from Christine Sinclair ensured that the Canadian Women’s national team is Olympic bound after a 3-1 semifinal win over Costa Rica. Her second goal was as good as anything you will see in any soccer league, men or women's’ anywhere in the world. With her back to the net, Sinclair controlled and then juggled the ball into the air
Paul Dalglish is the new head coach for Ottawa Fury FC. He was born in Glasgow although he spent his childhood in Liverpool where his father managed Liverpool FC of the English Premier League (EPL).
Following the departure of a significant number of players from last year's squad, the new head coach of Ottawa Fury FC has been a busy boy. As an aside, and in reflection, the significant success of the team last year had, as could be expected, the effect of making the players attractive targets for other clubs who came knocking, and who can blame
My holiday reading included Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner's book, "When To Rob a Bank." It seems that Thursday is the most popular day of the week for that particular activity, if you're curious.
Ottawa extended its impressive North American Soccer League (NASL) record road unbeaten streak to 11 matches (7W-0L-4D) erasing a first-half deficit in Jacksonville, Florida to claim the League's Fall Season title. Rafael Alves, Sinisa Ubiparipovic and Andrew Wiedeman for Ottawa scored in the win ensuring postseason soccer comes to the Nation's Cap
Ottawa Fury FC has returned from a highly successful three-game road trip. Five points from these three games would have been satisfactory, but they came away with a full nine points. Leaving aside all the significant travel involved, it is not easy playing away from home in this league.
Canada has advanced into the fourth round of the Central America, the Caribbean and North America conference (CONCACAF) of 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Qualifiers after a 4-1 series win over Belize. Canada and five other nations have advanced, joining a group of 12 nations in the 2015-16 continental semifinal stage.
After a great away 4-1 win in Indianapolis, sitting on top of the fall season standings, and also with an unbeaten streak of 12 matches, Fury FC were looking to tie the league record set by the New York Cosmos for unbeaten games.
It was a tough start to the season for Ottawa Fury FC against Carolina with six regular players out due to injury or card accumulation.
The Ottawa Fury FC has made a very major signing. Canadian International midfielder Julian de Guzman will be a member of Fury FC pending international transfer approval. De Guzman, one of Canada's most accomplished players with 76 appearances for the Canadian men's national team, brings more than 350 games of professional experience to Ottawa.
The weekend of March 7 /8 saw the MLS (Major League Soccer ) kick off with a real big bang. Fans were holding their breath as it came down to a last minute agreement between the players and the owners with an agreed CBA (Collective Bargaining Agreement) literally a couple of days before the start of the season. A players strike had looked a real po
Thousands of kilometres away, playing in the heat and being cruelly ignored by our so-called sports media, Canada's men's U-17 team is on a tough road as they chase history at the 2015 CONCACAF Under-17 Championship that is now underway in San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
The 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup will be the 20th edition of the U-20 World Cup since its inception in 1977 as the FIFA World Youth Championship. The competition will take place for the first time in New Zealand, the third time in Oceanian soil after Australia staged the 1981 and 1993 editions. A total of 52 matches will be played in seven host cities.
On a cold and misty night at Toyota Field, the San Antonio Scorpions reached the top of the North American Soccer League (NASL ) mountain and raised the Soccer Bowl trophy for the first time in their history with a 2-1 win over a determined Fort Lauderdale Strikers.
The Ottawa Fury FC opened their first season in the NASL, North American Soccer League (NASL), in Florida against the Fort Lauderdale Strikers Saturday, April 12. The NASL is a very competitive league with some 10 teams, eight in the United States, plus Ottawa and Edmonton in Canada. As a complete team Fury FC had only been together for some four w