Please see below for a selection of recent stories about League1 Ontario:
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.
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.
There will be thousands of Canadians in Qatar to watch their men’s national team compete in a first World Cup for a generation.
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.
[…] “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.”
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.
For the upcoming summer, Ševčík plans to try out for some League1 Ontario teams — Ontario’s semi-professional soccer league.