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2004 Under 14 National Championships

Posted on 4 October 2004 at 00:00 AM EST in National Championships

This year's National Championships are approaching fast and Centennial Stadium in Toronto and The Ontario Soccer Centre in Vaughan will host the Under 14 competition. This is an excellent opportunity for the top players across the country to compete for the ultimate prize, which is to be crowned National Club Champion. The first games are scheduled to start on October 6, with the Final games concluding on October 11. Ontario is well represented at this tournament by Ontario Cup Champions the Oakville Bluestars (Boys) and the North London Supernova (Girls). Everyone is urged to come out and enjoy some of the best soccer in the country at the Under 14 age division and to cheer on Ontario's teams as they fight for the gold medal. More

The U14 FC Select Rive-Sud boys on their way to the club Nationals in Toronto

Posted on 27 September 2004 at 00:00 AM EST in National Championships

Longueuil – September 27, 2004 – The U14 FC Select Rive-Sud boys' squad won their playoff match against the Lac St-Louis Lakers on Saturday, September 18 in Lachine. Both teams were fighting for the top spot in Quebec and a berth for the Canadian Club Championships, October 6 to 11 in Toronto. Playing with a short lineup, the FC Select showed tough determination and constant intensity during the whole game. It's a second half goal on a header from defender Jean-Simon Cantin that gave the South Shore boys a 3-2 victory. “I could not expect a greater gift from my players,” said head coach Hervé Carrié. “Individual exploits are important but they increase when all the players give their all for victory.” “This afternoon we saw the results of a talented team in which all the players emphatically expressed their determination and will to win.” More

Lac St-Louis and Quebec win LSEQ playoffs

Posted on 27 September 2004 at 00:00 AM EST in National Championships

ROCK FOREST, QC – The U15 Lac St-Louis Lakers boys and the U15 Quebec City Dynamo girls won the Quebec Elite Soccer League (LSEQ) playoffs this weekend at Central Park in Rock Forest, Quebec. After defeating the Laval Conquerants (4th seed) 2-0 in the semis, the Lakers and their head coach Mustapha Riad beat the Montreal Concordia 3-2. Champions of the regular season calendar with a 12-1-3 record and eight points ahead of their cross-town rivals in second place, the Lakers won this other title in the last moments of the game. “We were forced to win to prove that we really earned the championship title,” says Riad. “The game hasn't been easy, considering Concordia played wisely in the midfield and that we lacked focus and aggressiveness. We did manage to close the match with a pair of goals in the final five minutes. I'm very satisfied since it will certainly motivate them for next season. We aim nothing less than to go to the National club championships.” More

Battle of the Provinces Begins Tomorrow

Posted on 20 July 2004 at 00:00 AM EST in National Championships

Ottawa, Ontario – The battle for provincial soccer supremacy takes to the pitch tomorrow at the 2004 National All Star Competitions co-hosted by Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and Surrey, British Columbia. The competition will see 650 players from across the country compete from Wednesday, July 21 until Sunday, July 25th in four categories: Boys Under-14, Boys Under-16, Girls Under-14, and Girls Under-16.

Where seeding is based on last year's performance, Quebec (U-14) and Alberta (U-16) will defend their national women's titles at Prime Minister's Park and Kinsmen Park in Prince Albert, SK, while Ontario (U14) and Quebec (U-16) will defend their national male titles at Newton Athletic Park in Surrey, BC

Scouts are expected to observe the All Stars as the players selected are considered the best in their province.

“Scouts would be particularly interested in the U-14's as it will be a first opportunity to see these players,” said Angus Barrett, CSA Board of Director for Competitions. “The All Stars have produced many national players in the past.” More

2001 Club Championship Summary

Posted on 9 October 2001 at 00:00 AM EST in National Championships

Ottawa, Ontario – Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Ontario and Alberta each hosted a 2001 Club Championship this past Thanksgiving weekend. In total, 200 games were played from Wednesday, October 3 to Monday, October 8, 2001. More

2000 National Championships Set to Begin

Posted on 3 October 2000 at 00:00 AM EST in National Championships

Ottawa, Ontario – The Canadian Soccer Association's 2000 National Championships begin tomorrow in five cities across Canada with all competitions ending on Monday, October 9, 2000. More

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