10 CPL Players That Can Go to MLS Next Pro

The MLS Next Pro is a league that creates a great pathway for CPL players to make the jump to the MLS. Some MLS sides may be hesitant to bring a player from the CPL with it being a fresh league that is growing season by season, leaving the talent level in the league a… Continue reading 10 CPL Players That Can Go to MLS Next Pro

Canadian Championship Team of the Week – Round 2

The second round of the Canadian Championship kicked off on Tuesday night, where we had an exciting matchup between teams in the CPL and MLS. York United remains as the only CPL team to come out of the second-round win after beating Pacific FC in penalties. Calvary also pushed penalties on MLS side Vancouver Whitecaps,… Continue reading Canadian Championship Team of the Week – Round 2

Canadian Championship Team of the Week – Round 1

Round one of the Canadian Championship (The Voyager Cup), kicked off this weekend. We had 10 teams spread out over four leagues in the Canadian soccer pyramid playoff against each other to start off the tournament. Teams from the CPL ( Canadian Premier League), MLS (Major League Soccer), L1O (League One Ontario), and PLSQ (Première… Continue reading Canadian Championship Team of the Week – Round 1

Montreal Downs Santos, Forge Undone in Champions League

After the first legs, both Canadian participants in the CONCACAF Champions League had it all to do against their Mexican counterparts. For Montreal, they had the advantage of playing at home at their 60,000 capacity Olympic Stadium against Santos, and after an unlucky defeat in Mexico, they would’ve fancied their chances on the night. Meanwhile,… Continue reading Montreal Downs Santos, Forge Undone in Champions League

CF Montreal, Forge FC Have Work to Do In CONCACAF Champions League

The 2022 club football season in Canada began this midweek with 2021 CONCACAF League semi-finalists Forge FC, and 2021 Voyagers Cup winners CF Montreal beginning their campaigns in this year's CONCACAF Champions League. Up against opposition from the regional powerhouse of Mexico’s Liga MX, both sides would have to be at their very best in… Continue reading CF Montreal, Forge FC Have Work to Do In CONCACAF Champions League

The Strange and Expensive History of Olympic Stadium

It's July 2021, and Montreal’s Olympic Stadium, a 56,040 capacity stadium was announced as no longer being in the running to host 2026 FIFA World Cup matches. This is just one of the many times the stadium that greeted the world in 1976 has made headlines for all the wrong reasons. Opened in 1976, the Olympic… Continue reading The Strange and Expensive History of Olympic Stadium

A Year In Review – Canadian Soccer 2021, Part 3

As the temperatures dropped and autumn set in, Canadian soccer braced itself for three months that would decide the fate of playoff ambitions, silverware, and chances of World Cup glory. Everything was on the line heading into October, but after producing arguably Canadian soccers finest hour, perhaps it's only appropriate to begin part three of… Continue reading A Year In Review – Canadian Soccer 2021, Part 3

A Year In Review – Canadian Soccer 2021, Part 2

Heading into the second half of the year, the excitement in Canadian Soccer was showing no signs of slowing down. The summer months gave us Canadian soccer fans lots of memorable moments. Some that will indeed last for a very long time. July July would see the Canadian MNT begin their campaign in the 2021… Continue reading A Year In Review – Canadian Soccer 2021, Part 2

A Year in Review – Canadian Soccer 2021, Part 1

What a year for Soccer in Canada! In the men's game, Les Rouge have been trending upwards for a while now, but in 2021, they made the world take notice. The Women’s team, not to be outdone, also made plenty of history for their own this year. For Canada’s national sides, 2021 will live long… Continue reading A Year in Review – Canadian Soccer 2021, Part 1

Celebration for Montreal, Disappointment for Vancouver, and CPL Final Set

After the highs of the international break for the Canadian Men's National Team last week, a week that saw Canada top the table in World Cup Qualifying and reach a record high of 40th in the FIFA world ranking, it was time to get back to club business. Related: Fortress Iceteca! Canada Record Historic Win… Continue reading Celebration for Montreal, Disappointment for Vancouver, and CPL Final Set