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ON the net

By League1 Ontario staff, 02/22/23, 1:00PM EST


An internet view of L1O featuring Simcoe Country Rovers, Windsor City, and former players.

Players exchange handshakes before the game.

Please see below for a selection of recent L1O-related content:

Forbes: Canada and Real Valladolid goalscorer Cyle Larin: A Priceless La Liga Deal

Since rocking up in mainland Spain from Belgian side Club Brugge during the January transfer window, striker Cyle Larin has already repaid Real Valladolid’s trust in him with goals.

Read more by Henry Flynn: 

Barrie Today: Rovers stock up for League1 season with three new players added

Simcoe County Rovers FC continue to build for the upcoming 2023 season, their second campaign in League1 Ontario, and have welcomed some new players to the field to push them closer to glory.

Read more from Barrie Today: 

HITC: Leeds Eye World Cup Breakout Star Tajon Buchanan Despite £30m Price-tag

Premier League outfit Leeds United could be about to battle Serie A giants Inter Milan for Club Brugge ace Tajon Buchanan on the back of his eye-catching performances at the Qatar World Cup, Calciomercato say.

Read more by Dan Owen: 

Northern Tribune: Simcoe County Rovers Add Former Cuban Internationals Benitez And Portal

The Simcoe County Rovers roster rebuild is off to a strong start with the additions of Orlendis Benitez and Alejandro Portal, two former Cuban national team members who also have professional playing experience in the Canadian Premier League.

Read more by John Jacques: 

Windsor City: New League 1 Identity

Windsor TFC is excited to announce a new identity for its League1 Ontario program. This is in line with the club's evolution and aspiration to grow its semi-pro organization into a strong, stable and competitive program for years to come.

Read more from Windsor City:


Northern Tribune: Here’s who is trialing with Pacific FC

[...] League1 Ontario youngster Aidan Hugo rode the bench for York United a handful of times as an emergency fill-in last season, though the left-footed midfielder is still awaiting his professional debut. Stemming from the North Toronto Nitros, the 18-year-old made eight appearances for the club’s League1 Ontario squad which turned a lot of heads by reaching playoffs last year.

Read more from John Jacques:


Media accreditation

The application process for League1 Ontario media accreditation is now open, enabling reporters to cover L1O matches during the 2023 season.

Please click here to learn more. 

Player dribbles past opponents.