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Media Talk

By League1 Ontario staff, 11/30/22, 6:30AM EST


We round up some of the latest features in the media about League1 Ontario.

Players huddle up before the game.

Please see below for a selection of recent stories about League1 Ontario:

Daily Record: Alistair Johnston's rise to Celtic as Rangers derby will send star to 'next level' after runner beginnings

Alistair Johnston has quite literally run himself into the spotlight for club and country - so Celtic will just be another lap on his accelerated development path at full-back.

Read more by Ben Banks:

Bradford Today: Barrie well represented among 'giants' at World Cup

The World Cup is underway and the historic run of Canada has many connections to our city for anyone needing any more reason to watch high-level soccer. 

Read more by Shawn Gibson: 

The Athletic: Letters to Canada’s 2022 World Cup players, from their families

There will be thousands of Canadians in Qatar to watch their men’s national team compete in a first World Cup for a generation.

Read more by Joshua Kloke: 

Northern Tribune: Five League1 Ontario Athletes Who Could Jump To CPL Next Year

It’s no secret that League1 Ontario is a veritable pipeline of domestic talent, with the provincial pro-am league helping produce CPL talent aplenty and, of course, eight World Cup athletes too.

Read more by John Jacques: 

Barrie Today: O’Hara rocks his hometown pride while playing soccer abroad

[…] “I absolutely love everything they’re doing with the Rovers. I remember when the announcement came we were getting the club and I knew I had to play for them somehow.”

Read more by Shawn Gibson: 

The Record: Waterloo Minor Soccer Club to fundraise selling beer with Block Three Brewing

With Canada turning heads at the semi-dry World Cup in Qatar, the Waterloo Minor Soccer Club executive director is sharing details of a joint venture between his organization and Block Three Brewing Company.

Read more by Mark Bryson: 

The Varsity: Emily Ševčík and the UTM Eagles get a monumental Tri-Campus League Cup victory

For the upcoming summer, Ševčík plans to try out for some League1 Ontario teams — Ontario’s semi-professional soccer league.

Read more by Kunal Dadlani: 

Player shoots in order to score a goal.