CSL AIMS TO COMPLETE BRIEF 2020 SEASON THROUGH TO CHAMPIONSHIP.

While professional soccer in North America continues to struggle back to normalcy, the Canadian Soccer League is no exception while faced with a diminishing calendar now shifting quickly into the second half of 2020.

With local conditions dealing with COVID 19 in team sports in Canada now showing some signs of being relaxed during the July – August period, the CSL has announced the kickoff of an abbreviated schedule for games to begin on Saturday. August 8.

Full stroy on CSL web site.

 

CSL SEASON KICKOFF DELAY EXTENDED TO JUNE 29.

The Canadian Soccer League has delayed the kickoff of the 2020 season for a further month beyond the earlier May 29 start announced at the beginning of April. A further delay to Monday, June 29, is the new target kickoff date following recent decisions of local municipalities which owns and operates the enclosed stadiums and following recommendations of senior health officials.

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CSL KICKOFF SET FOR END OF MAY.

With uncertainly the order of the day in Canada and world-wide due to the coronavirus epidemic it has not been possible to provide a meaningful kickoff date for the Canadian Soccer League 2020 season.

The league has, however, now announced a start to the season of late May with Friday, May 29 as a tentative opening day for regular season games. The schedule will go to September, with playoffs and the Championship Day to the end of October.

Full stroy on CSL web site.

 

SCARBOROUGH ON TOP…..Vorkuta B Wins Second Division Championship

The green flare to match the Scarborough colours released by fans at the north end of Centennial Stadium told the story just as the final whistle sounded by referee Norman Oliveira signaled a Scarborough 2-0 victory over FC Ukraine in the CSL Championship Final . Scarborough’s perseverance after losing two penalty kick shootouts in the championships of 2017 and 2018, had finally paid off.

It was the second game of a double header championship afternoon at the Etobicoke ground with FC Vorkuta reserves winning 2-0 over Serbian White Eagles for the Second Division Championship. The victory presented Vorkuta with the club’s third title in 2019 after finishing the regular season on top of the First Division and Second Division tables.

Full stroy on CSL web site.

 

SCARBOROUGH IN CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL……FC Vorkuta B – Serbian White Eagles B In Second Division Final

Scarborough SC advanced to the Canadian Soccer League Championship Final with a 4-2 victory over Kingsman A on Saturday. On the same day, FC Vorkuta B defeated Hamilton City B 5-1 in the CSL Second Division Championship semifinal, and Serbian White Eagles B won its CSL Second Division semifinal against CSC Mississauga B by a 2-0 score.

Scarborough’s opponents in the final will be either FC Ukraine United or SC Waterloo, to be decided in the semifinal played on Sunday, October 20.

FC Vorkuta B and Serbian White Eagles B will meet in the Second Division Championship Final.

Full stroy on CSL web site.

 

Quarterfinals playoff game.

Kingsman SC defeated FC Vorkuta on October 12, 2019.

FC Vorkuta 2, Kingsman 2 (after extra time). Kingsman wins 4-2 on penalty kicks. Full stroy on CSL web site.

 

Kingsman SC played CSC Missisauga an away game on June 18,2019. This time KIngsman SC got lucky and won 1-3.

The game was held in our home stadium on June 16, 2019. It was a great game. This time our team lost 0-4 to CSC Mississauga.

It was a well-played game  Kingsman SC vs Waterloo SC on June 08,2019. The game took place at the Rim Park in Waterloo. The score was 1-3.

Kingsman SC, the expansion team in the CSL this season, gained its first win in professional soccer with a 2-0 victory over Real Mississauga in breezy conditions at the Esther Shiner Stadium in North York.

Defender Pavlo Shulhan opened the scoring at 31 minutes for Kingsman after collecting a cross from Maksym Gramm on the right wing, a 1-0 score at the interval.

Kingsman midfielder Denys Diachenko struck a well taken goal at 75 minutes, a strong low drive from 25 yards that entered the net just inside the left post for a 2-0 lead for the home side. The 2-0 score held to the final whistle.

 

 

Our first season in the Canadian Soccer League!

Hooray …Kingsmansc in the Canadian Soccer League🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦

The Canadian Soccer League will kickoff mid-May with new teams in both divisions for a five-month long 2019 campaign stretching through to the championship final in October.

New team expansion team Kingsman Soccer Club, based in King City just north of Toronto. Kingsman SC B, the club’s reserve squad, will be in the CSL Second Division.

Kingsman will also be adding an academy to the club, focusing on older teens to develop skills with a view to early first step entry into the reserve team. The home ground location has yet to be announced.

MORE EXCITING EVENTS TO COME, PLS STAY TUNED.​