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Canada’s SLC FC lost 2-0 Sunday to Connecticut’s Newtown Pride FC in the inaugural final of The Soccer Tournament, a seven-versus-seven competition with a winner take-all-prize of US$1 million.
Last season’s MVP in League1 Ontario women’s premier division is waiting for the green light again.
Sienna Caesar notched a hat-trick as Burlington SC got its first win of the League1 Ontario Women’s Premier Division season, 6-2 over Brampton-based ProStars FC.
With the 2023 Gold Cup just around the corner, the provisional rosters for the participating countries are now out – and they feature several faces familiar to Canadian Premier League fans.
Toronto FC II announced today that the club has signed midfielder Ife Adenuga to a short-term MLS NEXT Pro contract.