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By League1 Ontario staff, 04/05/23, 10:45AM EDT


An internet view of L1O featuring Hamilton United, Electric City, Simcoe County Rovers and Premier Division winners.

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

CBC: Canadian forward Amanda Allen, 18, signs with NWSL's Pride

Amanda Allen has always dreamed of playing soccer professionally. And the teenager isn't wasting any time making it a reality.

Read more by Neil Davidson: 

Toronto Star: Electric City FC signs Pickering’s leading scorer last season Nigel Buckley

Aysia King and Nigel Buckley have signed with the Electric City Football Club in Peterborough for the upcoming League 1 Ontario season.

Read more from Toronto Star: 

Northern Tribune: Growing Links: Forge FC Announces Official Feeder Club

Three-time Canadian Premier League champion Forge FC has made an official affiliation with Hamilton United Elite, with the semi-professional soccer club – which fields League1 Ontario men’s and women’s teams – now becoming an official Forge FC Development Club.

Read more by John Jacques: 

Bradford Today: 'Brimming with optimism': Rovers FC ready to kick off new season

League1 announced the 2023 regular-season schedule and the Simcoe County Rovers FC are excited to compete for the title of League1 Ontario champion.

Read more from Bradford Today:  

Newsroom: Loyal Lilywhite gets a new football start

Rebekah van Dort’s football roots are firmly in NZ, but the national champion defender is taking her chance to experience the sport on the other side of the globe.

Read more by Merryn Anderson: 

The record: Siblings to play for Electric City FC this season

Gifted siblings Connor and Madison Wilson will be rejoining the Electric City FC for the coming League 1 Ontario season.

Read more from The Record: 

CanPL: 2023 CPL Season Preview: Halifax Wanderers

The Patrice Gheisar era begins in Halifax this season as the former League1 Ontario champion with Vaughan Azzuri becomes the second-ever head coach of the Wanderers.

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Peterborough Examiner: Mariah Shaw returning to Electric City FC women’s team

Peterborough’s Electric City Football Club is bringing back Mariah Shaw to their Women’s League 1 Ontario premier team and has signed Baldwin Igbinobaro to the men’s premier team.

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