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The First Canadian Soccer Book

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 way back in 1879. That book is

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1919 Soliders Olympics In Paris France

1919 Soliders Olympics In Paris France
When World War One ended a sort of Soldiers Olympics was held at the General Pershing Stadium in Paris, France. Soccer was one of the sports in

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Canadian Tours Before World War Two....Oh What a Lovely Tour!

Canadian Tours Before World War Two....Oh What a Lovely Tour!
In the years between 1900 and 1939 it was the pattern for the three British associations to send representative teams to Canada, as a means of

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David Forsyth, the Father of Canadian Soccer

David Forsyth, the Father of Canadian Soccer
Go a long way back in time to the early days of soccerfootball in Canada and time and time again you come across the name of David Forsyth. David

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Down Under in 1924

Down Under in 1924
Anyone today who would suggest that Canada should send an amateur representative team on a three month tour to Australia might be thought to have

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

In honour of Remembrance Day, Canadian soccer players that served overseas...
Thousands of Canadian soccer players enlisted in our country's Armed Forces in two World Wars and in the Korean War, some of them were killed, others

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The Thirty Year Wait

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

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Soccer Beginings in Canada

Soccer Beginings in Canada
When was the modern version of soccer first played in Canada? All signs point to October 21, 1876. The old Toronto Mail of October 23, 1876 reports

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