Please see below for a selection of recent stories about League1 Ontario:
It has the makings of a soccer version of David meets Goliath Tuesday when Guelph United FC meets Halifax HFX Wanders at Alumni Stadium.
One year ago, Guelph United FC had never kicked a ball in anger in League1 Ontario. On Tuesday night, just under 10 months since their maiden voyage, they’ll represent the league — as its champions, no less — in the Canadian Championship, playing host to CPL opposition in HFX Wanderers FC.
Electric City FC sent a charge through League1 Ontario Saturday night. In their first-ever home match ECFC smashed the league attendance record with a crowd of 1,565, many decked out in the club's black and yellow colours, at the Fleming Sports Complex. The previous attendance mark was 1,250 which commissioner Dino Rossi said is the sellout they get each year at the Ontario Soccer Centre for their league final.
Toronto FC II announced today that the club has signed goalkeeper Baj Maan to an MLS NEXT Pro contract. Maan will be added to the club’s roster pending league and federation approval.
[...] The Brampton, Ontario native originally joined the Sigma FC Academy in 2015 and represented the club across all youth levels including League1 Ontario.
The long-awaited home opener for Peterborough’s Electric City FC has broken the League1 Ontario attendance record.