Team Canada scores historic goal soccer but falls to powerful Croatians at World Cup
Canada scored a first goal in a World Cup, but failed to win a critical match against a powerful Croatian team.
For this Brazilian-Canadian, World Cup ’22 means double the fun, not divided loyalties
Brazilian-Canadian Veronica Carvalho says she’s cheering for two teams during this year’s World Cup — Canada and Brazil.
Canada set to compete in men’s World Cup as soccer enjoys nationwide growth
Team Canada qualified for their second World Cup, their first in 36 years. Read more to find out how and what it means for Canadian soccer.
On a roll: Atlético Ottawa hosting first home playoff game after incredible journey to postseason
Atletico Ottawa are set to host their first ever CPL playoff game, at 2 p.m. on Oct. 23 at TD Place against Pacific FC.
Ottawa’s de Brienne finds footing at Carleton capping soccer journey across Canada with ‘viral goal’
Carleton Ravens rookie Matteo de Brienne harbours hopes of a professional soccer career and the drive to make it happen.
In light of Team Canada soccer triumph, it’s time to move forward with pro women’s sports in this country
Women’s sports have grown in viewership and popularity, but when will the Canadian professional sports landscape reflect that?
Three Carleton soccer players taken in 2021 CPL-U Sports Draft
The 2021 CPL-U Sports Draft saw three Ravens players selected, including centre-back Cris Malekos going second overall to Atlético Ottawa.
Carleton’s sidelined soccer players frustrated by scuttled season, COVID-19’s physical, mental impact
Carleton University men and women’s varsity soccer team has been significantly impacted throughout the season due to the pandemic – and the mental health of some of their players has also taken a toll.
COVID consequences: The new normal for amateur team sports
The new normal for sports seems bleak. Amateur leagues have suffered cancellation or experienced major change. [Photo @ John Balser]
Temporary ban on in-person varsity sports recruiting across Canada may be extended soon
USports, the body that oversees varsity sport in Canadian universities is expected to extend its ban on in-person recruitment.