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A sold-out crowd packed the Conference & Event Center for Ottawa South United Soccer Club’s annual competitive banquet to celebrate an ever-growing number of OSU championships and next-level player feats.
They started out as underdogs – coming off a middle-of-the-pack finish last season – and they endured some major pre-season turmoil, but the end to the Ottawa South United Force under-15 girls’ 2018 soccer story was no less than historic…
It wasn’t the first priority, but a bigger trophy case will be one investment required at the newly-merged Cumberland-Capital United Soccer Club thanks to a dominant 2018 season.
There are days where veteran soccer coach Joé Fournier has to pinch himself to make sure it’s all real.
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.