CPL Three Quarter-Season Power Ranking

We’re officially on the business end. The season is seventy-five percent complete, and the race for playoffs and seeding is only heating up! A lot can happen in seven games, and we’ve seen teams form dramatically collapse, off-the-field moves shaking things up, and teams who are more than happy to play spoiler. So as we… Continue reading CPL Three Quarter-Season Power Ranking

Why the AUS Has Declined as a Football Force in U Sports

It’s 2002, and the Saint Mary's Huskies of the Atlantic University Sports (AUS) conference have just won their second consecutive Vanier Cup, cementing themselves as the best college football team in Canada for the second year in a row. It was the sixth time since 1966 that an Atlantic football team had won the Vainer… Continue reading Why the AUS Has Declined as a Football Force in U Sports

3 Winners and 3 Losers 20 Weeks Into the CPL Season

With less than ten games to go, we’re officially at the business end of the season. Teams are becoming officially eliminated, teams will soon be securing playoff spots and at the same time fine-tuning their squads ahead of the playoffs. As we head into this final stretch, let’s take a look at the winners and… Continue reading 3 Winners and 3 Losers 20 Weeks Into the CPL Season

Herdman’s First Voyage: A Look Back at the 2015 FIFA World Cup

This November, the Canadian Men's national team will embark on their first World Cup campaign since 1986 and no matter what happens, the team will be able to look forward to another World Cup appearance in 2026, when Canada will co-host the tournament alongside Mexico and The United States. For the players, both playing in… Continue reading Herdman’s First Voyage: A Look Back at the 2015 FIFA World Cup

Ranking the MLS stadiums – Part 2

As we begin the second half of the list, a noticeable trend is occurring. A lot of new world-class soccer-specific stadiums have been built for MLS teams, which is amazing for the league and shows how far it has come from the days of teams just playing mostly in NFL/College football stadiums. It also, admittedly,… Continue reading Ranking the MLS stadiums – Part 2

The Long and Adaptive History of TD Place Stadium

Canadian Football has changed a lot since 1903. The game is unrecognizable from the early twentieth century, and many teams have come and gone. Nowhere is this fact better known than in the nation's capital, a place that has been the home of three CFL franchises in under thirty years. But one thing that has… Continue reading The Long and Adaptive History of TD Place Stadium

Ranking the MLS stadiums – Part 1

The MLS has come a long way since 1996. Recently, it signed a huge broadcasting deal with Apple that could have a seismic shift on the league itself as it nears its third decade. While the only constant in the MLS is change, we thought now was as good of a time as ever to… Continue reading Ranking the MLS stadiums – Part 1

Ranking the 2022/2023 Premier League Stadiums

It’s that time of the year again, the most popular league in all of football is starting back up again and with it, comes twenty stadiums being brought into the limelight during the season. Some are old, some are new but all are different, which makes ranking the 2022/23 Premier League admittedly a lot of… Continue reading Ranking the 2022/2023 Premier League Stadiums

Four Seasons In, the CPL Talent Pipeline Is in Full Swing

Four years ago, the inaugural CPL season was launched, giving Canada its first professional domestic league in nearly thirty years. One of the main reasons for forming the league was to give Canadian talent a platform to grow and develop their game, with the intention of nurturing their talent to the point where they’re hopefully… Continue reading Four Seasons In, the CPL Talent Pipeline Is in Full Swing