Historian's Corner by Colin Jose

Down Under in 1924

On October 15 of this year, the national soccer teams of Canada and Australia renewed a soccer rivalry in London, England, that went  back to a tour the Canadian national team made to Australia in 1924......

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The Thirty Year Wait

As the Canadian national team walked off the field in Auckland, New Zealand in July of 1927, few could have imagined that it would be 30 years before a Canadian national team would take the field again.  So what happened in between?

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The First Canadian Soccer Book

If nothing else, there is one thing that underlines soccer’s long history in Canada, a book, published in Toronto back in 1879.

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David Forsyth, the Father of Canadian Soccer

Who was David Forsyth?  Learn about one of the most influential men in the entire history of sport in Canada and the father of Canadian soccer.

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Soccer Beginings in Canada

Have you ever wondered when modern day soccer was first played in Canada?  Read our latest blog post and find out how it all began...

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In honour of Remembrance Day, Canadian soccer players that served overseas...


Read about some Canadian soccer players who enlisted in our country’s Armed Forces in two World Wars and in the Korean War.  Many of whom went on to play a role in the game when they returned home. 

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1919 Soliders Olympics In Paris France

In honour of rememberance day, a story about our soldiers participating in a soccer game in a "soldiers olympics" held in Paris, France in 1919.

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