Please see below for a selection of recent stories about League1 Ontario:
CTV News: Top Ontario soccer league well-represented at FIFA World Cup
Canada may be out of contention for the FIFA World Cup, but the team’s appearance at the tournament is already having an impact on soccer players here at home.
Read more by Spencer Turcotte: https://kitchener.ctvnews.ca/top-ontario-soccer-league-well-represented-at-fifa-world-cup-1.6177382
Northern Tribune: Former Cavalry Analyst Named Head Coach At FC London
FC London has announced that former Cavalry analyst Yiannis Tsalatsidis will lead the club’s League1 Ontario men’s team into the upcoming season.
Read more by John Jacques: https://northerntribune.ca/fc-london-yiannis-tsalatsidis/
Peterborough Examiner: Electric City FC launching reserve teams
The Electric City Football Club is launching League1 Ontario men’s and women’s 2023 reserve teams, in partnership with FC Durham Academy.
Read more from the Peterborough Examiner: https://www.thepeterboroughexaminer.com/sports/soccer/2022/12/01/electric-city-fc-launching-reserve-teams.html
Northern Tribune: Kyle Porter retires from pro football
Veteran Canadian midfielder Kyle Porter has announced his retirement from professional soccer following a career that saw him feature in at least 265 matches throughout Germany, Canada, and the USA.
Read more by John Jacques: https://northerntribune.ca/kyle-porter-retire/
Vancouver Sun: Alistair Johnston's rapid ascent takes him from FIFA World Cup to Celtic FC
Johnston likely packed a big suitcase to come here with Canada, because he had another destination after the tournament, heading to Scotland to play with Celtic.
Read more by Derek Van Diest: https://vancouversun.com/sports/soccer/alistair-johnstons-rapid-ascent-takes-him-from-fifa-world-cup-to-celtic-fc?r