After many years of disappointment, Canada have finally impressed at the CONCACAF Gold Cup. The Canadian national team ended their run on Thursday, after the team was eliminated by falling 2:1 in the quarter-finals against Jamaica at the University of Phoenix Stadium.
Canada have begun preparations for the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup with a camp at home in Alliston, ON. The Canadian Men’s National Team will have five days together just north of Toronto before heading to USA for the confederation championship.
In a statement today, Canada Soccer has confirmed membership of the Canadian Premier League, as well as founding cities Hamilton and Winnipeg.
The Canadian Soccer League (CSL) has added a brand new team for the upcoming season. Royal Toronto FC will be the latest expansion team to be making its CSL 2017 debut.
Zibby Piatkiewicz has become the new head coach of Windsor TFC. The Polish-Canadian has replaced previous coach Steve Vagnini, who has been at the club since 2012.
Fraser Aird scored his first international goal in Canada's 1:1 away draw at Scotland. The Scarborough, Ontario midfielder opened the scoring in the 11th minute before Steven Naismith equalised for the hosts in the 35th minute of the March 22 Men's International Friendly match in Edinburgh.
OTTAWA, Ontario. March 19 (CSA) – Canada Soccer have announced their squads for upcoming March 2017 camps in Scotland and Qatar. The...
Canada Soccer have announced that Octavio Zambrano is the new manager of the Canadian Mens National Team. Zambrano will oversee an integrated program from the Men's National Team through to all men's national youth teams from the U-14 age level and up.
The 10th edition of the Canadian Championship will kick off on Wednesday, May 3 when United Soccer League (USL) side Ottawa Fury FC host North American Soccer League (NASL) side FC Edmonton in a head-to-head elimination series.
Toronto FC president Bill Manning believes it would be downright foolish for the Canadian Premier League (CPL) to compete with TFC. According to Manning, the CPL would stand no chance if it were to put a team in Toronto because the league is not 'major league'.