Montagliani’s successful campaign focused on four pillars: strategic planning for competitions and commercial enterprise, good governance, strong leadership and an increased investment in football first, through development and infrastructure.
Benchmarks from the past year were published in Canada Soccer’s 2015 Annual Report (To a Greater Goal) which highlights Canada Soccer’s strong technical leadership, national team success, continued growth and governance of the game, and the solid financial legacy resulting from hosting the record-setting FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015.
Canadian Soccer Association files response with the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario.
Canada Soccer unveils new unified technical development vision: Canada Soccer Pathway. Your Goals. Our Game.
The Canadian Soccer Association convened its Annual General Meeting in Vancouver, BC.