Crater’s Edge was a brief project related to soccer in Northern Ontario. With all soccer effectively cancelled due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, 2 years without any real updates effectively killed the site before I could get it off the ground.
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With the soccer dome owned by the school board, which won’t allow community use during COVID, Sudbury soccer clubs have nowhere to play.
In Ontario Soccer’s 2020 Centre Circle Awards, Saverio Lento & Thunder Bay Chill were recognized for their contributions.
Forge’s Board interview Dino Rossi, League1 Ontario Commissioner, about all things L1O & CPL. Most importantly: NE expansion?
With a new coach, Cambrian Golden Shield look to make the playoffs in the CCAA.
The list of Provincial Screening Invites for U14, U15, and U16 Boys & Girls contains a number of players from Northern Ontario: all from Thunder Bay.
People often forget the women’s side of the game. Not us. We’re just as interested in Sudbury obtaining a women’s League1 Ontario side as a men’s team. Today’s U-16 women, may just be tomorrow’s L1O Women.
A deadline extension, and the schedule for the next round of submissions has been set. But are any steps being made to encourage Northern Ontario clubs to apply? Quite the opposite…
Sudbury isn’t the only place in Northern Ontario looking at two soccer domes. A privately-owned facility in Thunder Bay has broken ground and expects to open before 2020.
These 12 players were active through the summer in Northern Ontario with the OSL U-21 or USL-2’s Thunder Bay Chill. With USports and CCAA kicking off, we note where they’ve found a home for the season.