Brampton Soccer News

Playoff Soccer Returns

After 27 months, BAS Playoff Soccer will return to the Brampton Soccer Centre (now the Save Max Sports Centre) on Sunday, May 8th. Covid interruptions and cancellations have prevented any meaningful playoffs over the last several indoor sessions with the last playoff match occurring on January 26, 2020. This year’s May 8th semis will be […]

QUALIFIED

Qualified! A new era of football has dawned in this nation.  One where the conversation switches from, “Can we qualify for a World Cup?” to, “I wonder who will be in our group?”, “Could we get out of our group?”, “Can we possibly advance to the quarter-finals?”, “Who would you pick to take PK’s should […]

Capacity Restrictions and Proof of Vaccine Requirements Ending

The Government of Ontario announced on in February that it is relaxing public health measures, in response to the recent status of the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of those changes, effective Mar. 1, 2022 at 12:01 a.m. the Government of Ontario will remove the remaining capacity limits for sport and recreational fitness facilities. As well, effective Mar. 1, 2022, the Government […]

Brampton’s Kwasi Poku Impresses Despite Forge Loss

In a first for Canadian Soccer Forge FC of the Canadian Premier League hosted Liga MX’s Cruz Azul in the first leg of their CONCACAF Champions League campaign. While Forge FC did eventually succumb to a 1:0 loss at the hands of CONCACAF’s number one seed, the Hamilton side did impress and even matched Cruz […]

Ontario Soccer Information Bulletin Regarding Lifting of Last Restrictions

Ontario Soccer has issued an information bulletin regarding the lifting of restrictions in Ontario. Capacity limits in non-spectator areas will be lifted on Feb 17th, 2022. Ontario Soccer has also clarified that the proof of vaccine requirement will be lifted on March 1st, 2022. You can access the full Ontario Soccer Information Bulletin here.

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