The Ottawa City Soccer Club kicked off a new summertime program in 2018, primarily for players from the Britannia Woods Ottawa Community Housing neighbourhood. Video by Brendan Shykora.
The beat rolled on for Ottawa South United’s Under-15 girls at the 2018 Ontario Summer Games. The youth competitive soccer team played its way to a silver medal at the London, Ont. Games, which took place halfway through a season they’ve been dominating in the Ontario Player Development League.
The Ottawa South United Force League 1 Ontario team continues to provide exceptional opportunities for player advancement into the university and professional ranks, as well as call-up experience for our club’s young talents.
After a few lean seasons, St. Anthony Soccer Club has restored its long history of soccer excellence, welcoming culture, and family feel in time to carry on past the 65-year mark on the local soccer scene.
At the make-or-break midpoint of the Ontario Player Development League (OPDL) season a collection of Ottawa soccer teams are still vying for their league’s top spots.
Two members of the Rideau Canoe Club appeared on same podium at Canoe Kayak Canada’s National Sprint team trials on June 24. Stephen Frodsham won the men’s single-canoe 500 m race, and Drew Hodges took 3rd place. The 500 m race took place on the third and final day of the trials at the Basin Olympic in Montreal. Two days later, Canoe Kayak Canada announced its selected national teams. A total of five Rideau Club members made the list: Frodsham and Hodges are on the senior men’s canoe team, Rowan Hardy-Kavanagh made the women’s canoe team, and Natalie Davidson and Madeleine Schmidt will race for the women’s kayak team.
As high school diplomas were handed out in June, another great crop of Ottawa South United soccer players is ready up to join over 200 OSU alumni who have moved on to the university/college soccer ranks.