Scheduling ingenuity is helping to fuel soccer excellence while making high-level training more feasible for coaches, players and families at Ottawa TFC.
Ottawa teenagers Ariel Young, Isabella Hanisch, Kayza Massey and Jonathan David all carved their place into Canadian footy history while wearing the Maple Leaf in international competition this fall.
There were no medals, trophies or championships, but the smiles and cheers of youngsters from Ste.-Anne elementary school celebrating a simple relay race win underlined the magic of sport.
For the most valuable player of the U Sports women’s soccer championship, the game and the memories formed from it wasn’t only “perfect”, but also signify the end of a full-circle redemption.
Ottawa South United was proud to have three of our alumni represent Team Canada at November’s FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Uruguay – Isabella Hanisch, Kayza Massey and Ariel Young.
It’s a marriage between two long-time friends, blessed by the highest power in the land – and when members of the now-merged Cumberland United and FC Capital United soccer clubs…
As the Cumberland Cobras Under-15 girls’ season carried on they kept hitting the checkpoints that their coach had set.