Ottawa South United has been an OPDL club since its inception in 2014. This year, OSU has also joined League1 Ontario to add an additional critical link in their player pathway. As a club, being part of the OPDL has further increased the technical staff that OSU employs, which work with the OPDL teams, as well as throughout the club with all OSU players.
Read the Fun Integration Theory to find out how you can help make soccer fun for your player. OGSC Wins Club Development Award The Ottawa Gloucester Soccer Club is this year's recipient of Ontario Soccer's Club Development Award. The club was recognized for its match official mentorship program developed by our head referee Jason Gauthier.
The Ottawa South United U12 girls Force Academy Black team took this group photo outside the Chelsea Football Club, one of the many soccer clubs they visited on a trip to England over March break.USL League One. United Soccer League (USL) is a US-based company that organizes several leagues that operate at lower levels of the American soccer system. USL operates two fully professional leagues; USL Championship (USLC) at the second level, and USL League One (USL1) at the third level. Toronto FC II had played at the second level through the 2018 season, but voluntarily dropped to USL1.You must select a team before you can view their statistics. Please select a team to view their statistics in the My Team section.
The new Ottawa Nepean Soccer Club - promoting excellence, development and fun for kids and adults at the competitive, recreational and academy levels. Club Excellence Silver member. Founded 1966.Read More
Ottawa South United; Ottawa South United Soccer Club; Business Management. Mr. Jim Lianos; Contact Information.. separately incorporated Better Business Bureau organizations in the US, Canada.Read More
Ottawa South United (competing in League1 Ontario as OSU Force), is a Canadian youth and semi-professional soccer club located in Ottawa, Ontario.The club, since 2003, has operated purely as a youth and amateur club, until a side was entered into the semi-professional League1 Ontario for 2017 season. Starting in 2018, the team's home ground will be Quinn's Pointe Field, part of the Minto.Read More
Ottawa Nepean Soccer Club: 63 Glencoe Avenue Ottawa, ON, K2H 8S5: 613-288-2160: Ottawa South United: 1128 Clapp Lane Manotick, ON, K4M 1A7: 613-692-4179: Capital United Soccer Club: 1559 PO Box 59054 Alta Vista Drive Ottawa, ON, K1G 5T7: 613-695-2832: Cumberland United-Unis Soccer Club: 1550 Verchere Street Orleans, ON, K1C 7C7: 613-837-9282.Read More
Ottawa Fury Football Club was a Canadian professional soccer club based in Ottawa, Ontario.The club competed in the North American Soccer League and USL Championship and played its home games at TD Place Stadium. The Ottawa Fury FC were dissolved as a soccer club on November 8, 2019 and their USL franchise rights were sold to Miami FC on December 11, 2019.Read More
Canada Soccer announced on Friday that two players from the London Youth Whitecaps academy centre, and one player from academy centre partner club Ottawa South United have been called in to a Men's EXCEL Program U-15 identification camp that will evaluate 24 players in Vaughan, ON from February 7-10. Defender David Cubillos (Academy Centre Player of the Month last May) and forward Justin.Read More
The final act of a day of champions at the Ontario Soccer Centre, Vaughan, saw Ottawa South United take on Oakville Soccer Club for the U17 Girls OPDL Cup and An early brace from the irrepressible Marissa Gravel ensured that this year’s trophy would be making its way to a trophy cabinet in the nation’s capital.Read More
Ottawa Soccer Club (OSC) is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 recreational youth soccer organization located in Ottawa, Illinois. The purpose of OSC is to provide the children of Ottawa, and surrounding communities, the best possible soccer learning experience available.Read More
Ottawa South United Soccer Club is pleased to announce that 28 of our players have been selected to the 2017-2018 Provincial Projects. These 28 players, who come from our teams competing within our Ontario Player Development League (OPDL) Teams are recognized as some of the top players in the province.Read More