The Ontario Soccer Centre Stadium was host to clubs from across Ontario as the provincial championships for eight divisions, including the Men’s and Women’s Finals, concluded on a thrilling weekend in Vaughan.
Four new License Holders have joined the OPDL in 2016. Athlete Institute FC, Oakville SC, North Mississauga SC and SC Toronto will enter teams in both the male and female U-13 age group.
The Ontario Soccer Association has selected Sport Ngin to provide its entire suite of sports management technology to the OSA’s districts, clubs, leagues, academies, tournaments, and over 450,000 participants.
Gary Miller, the OSA Technical Director, speaks about his decision to return to the OSA, how OPDL was formed and the vision for the OPDL’s future.
OSA names Björn Osieck Director of Business Operations