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Looks like Ottawa delivered its winter weather even earlier than usual! Our fall indoor leagues have started to kick-off around the city and the clock is ticking on your chance to play through the winter months. We are down to a handful of team and individual spaces available. At Ottawa U, our Monday, Wednesday and […]

Registration has just opened for our fall indoor league programs. Keep reading for information on our full line-up for fall 2019. Don’t forget you still have time to register for the last few team and individual spaces available for the last of our summer leagues which are kicking off this week. Did you know you […]

Throughout July and August, we’ve been delighted to work with the Catholic Centre for Immigration and the Ottawa Police Services diversity unit to host the CCI’s Youth soccer program. Sixteen teams from various newcomer communities faced off in a world-cup style tournament over 6 weekends culminating in the grand final at TD Place last week. […]

Yesterday’s post gave us a round-up of the financial side of Kicking Cancer’s Butt 10 . . . but what happened on the field? Competitive Tournament Even as the very first games got underway, we already knew that a new champion would be crowned in the competitive section as Armee Rouge, Killer Bees and Make […]

The final games for all 30 teams have been played, the donations counted and the Kicking Cancer’s Butt tournament has been put to bed for another year. This year’s total now stands at over $14,000, and often rises in the next few days after the tournament as a few more donations trickle in. It’s another […]

Information for teams for the the 2018 Kicking Cancer's Butt Tournament

16 sudden-death penalty kicks! That was a crazy finish to the Queens Park Strangers vs Men in Black Friday Men's League consolation game at Carleton U a couple of Fridays ago: and we have it all on camera!

We are only three and a half weeks away from the 2019 Kicking Cancers Butt Tournament. Get your team registered now for this year's event and join 30+ other teams in making a difference to cancer care and treatment in Ottawa just by kicking a ball!

It’s not the nicest of days today, but we will be opening the Immaculata High School field for free community usage between 2pm and 5pm today. The track is available for running and jogging in the morning before school starts and is always available for use any time there are league games on the field. […]

Today marks the 10th anniversary of the first-ever Footy Sevens League games! At 8pm on Wednesday May 20th 2009, a small 6-team friends and family league that had grown from a series of pick-up games got underway at the Louis Riel Dome. The tiny blip on the Ottawa soccer scene was ironically titled “The Intercontinental […]
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