The Ottawa South United U17 Girls made history this year by becoming the first team in Ontario Player Development League history to win all three of their division’s titles in one season.
Though it was unbeknownst to the team of 15-year-old Ottawa girls at the time, but coming out on the losing end in one of their league’s title-matches last year would set them on a trajectory towards historic success.
From forging a partnership with a leading Major League Soccer franchise, to earning recognition as one of Canada’s top youth clubs, and capturing its fair share of hardware, it’s certainly been a whirlwind first season for Ottawa TFC Soccer Club.
Ottawa South United Soccer broke ground once again in 2019 as the club continued to find new heights in its 17th season.
Ottawa’s best youth soccer team from last year is on a mission to sweep their league’s three top prizes after securing the first – the OPDL Cup, which was the only title to evade them last season.
There’s no one representative of the growth of soccer talent in the nation’s capital quite like local prodigy Antoine Coupland.
It wasn’t quite like hoisting a big trophy after the championship-winning goal, but Ottawa TFC Soccer Club nonetheless scored a major triumph off the field when it was chosen as one of only 39 clubs across the country to receive Canada Soccer’s new National Youth Club Licence.
Ottawa South United Soccer Club has been announced as one of Canada Soccer’s first-ever Canada Soccer National Youth Club Licence holders.
The soccer fields at Carleton University were the site of some of the city’s division-topping Ontario Player Development League (OPDL) teams for a weekend of competition in early July.
The under-13 boys’ and girls’ soccer teams from Rimouski, Que. shone under the big city lights at the first Ottawa TFC Capital Cup Tournament & Festival on June 22-23 in Orleans.
Ottawa South United Force teams and players are making a big impact close to home regionally, provincially, across the continent and even overseas this summer, as the club’s name continues to spread far and wide.
The era of Ottawa TFC has officially begun with the club born from the amalgamation of Cumberland United and Capital United having held the official kickoff of its first competitive season.
While vacationing in Italy, Vanessa Gilles followed the FIFA Women’s World Cup match between Canada and Cameroon intently. Like many fans back in Canada, she shared in Kadeisha Buchanan’s excitement after the centre back headed home the winning goal of the team’s tournament opener on June 10 – the first electric moment in what is expected to be a deep run into the medal rounds.
ouis Riel’s men’s and women’s soccer teams shared in provincial high school medallist glory at the OFSAA ‘A’ Soccer Championships.
The Ottawa TFC Soccer Club lives by a philosophy and matching OTFC acronym for its new club: One Total Football Culture.
While the action on the pitch heats up this season, several members of the Ottawa South United Soccer Club family were honoured for their off-field contributions to our community.
The Ottawa South United Force men’s team got tripped up 4-1 by Aurora in their League1 Ontario season opener on May 4 at Quinns Point field in Barrhaven.
Carp’s Joanna Brown won a bronze medal in her second World Triathlon Series (WTS) race of the season. The former Bytown Storm athlete also finished with top five times in both the bike and run portion of the race held in Bermuda in April.
So far, 2019 has been a year that seems set on skipping any semblance of sunny weather, but Ottawa TFC plans to sizzle the season to life with its kickoff to summer event on Saturday, June 15 at Millennium Fields.
OSU Force player Adrian Dagres is en route to Barcelona, Spain to represent Team Canada at the Danone Nations Cup, the world’s biggest football tournament for children aged 10 to 12.
The 2019 soccer season is around the corner and it will mark year number seven for Everton F.C. transplant and now near Ottawa native Paul Harris.
Team Canada soccer player rockets from the tennis courts to the FIFA Women’s World Cup doorstep in a decade
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For the Louis-Riel Soccer Academy, enriching cultural experiences are as essential a part of the program as cleats and soccer balls.
Pour l’Académie de soccer Louis-Riel, les expériences culturelles enrichissantes sont une partie aussi essentielle du programme que les souliers à crampons et les ballons de soccer.
An Eastern Ontario-best 8 Ottawa South United Force players have been selected to Team Ontario for an Apr. 26-28 interprovincial soccer series against Quebec in St-Hubert, Que. on Montreal’s south shore.
By Ottawa Sportspage, For Ottawa TFC Soccer Club With the massive work behind them of formally merging Cumberland and Capital United soccer clubs alongside Major League Soccer’s Toronto FC, Ottawa TFC has begun tackling an even bigger project – blending three clubs together all for one purpose. That’s been top-of-mind for club leaders of late,…
Ottawa rolled out the red carpet for the Reds as the leadership team of the Toronto FC Major League Soccer franchise came to town to officially launch its newest regional satellite club on Feb. 25 at the University of Ottawa’s Lees Dome.
Moving back to the home front, the OSU Force are getting set to kick off their third season of play in the League1 Ontario men’s division in 2019.
The Head Coach for Ottawa South United Soccer Club’s new League1 Ontario Women’s Team will be OSU veteran and multi-champion coach Abe Osman.