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TSSL CUP FINAL 2014

TSSL CUP FINAL 2014

 Dear Coaches and Players Come out and support our TSSL CUP Final Teams 2014, Maccabi Hawks vs Annex FC ,this game will be held on October 30 at 9pm at Lakeshore CI.We look forward to your support !!!  

TSSL Cup Past Champions

TSSL Cup Past Champions

The TSSL was founded in 1958 as a soccer league for all of the service industries (police, fire, TTC, airplane manufacturers, machinists). Teams from those same industries dominated the early years of the cup.

For many years the league cup was called the Globe & Mail Cup, then it was known for few years as the iDirect Cup and is now simply called the TSSL Cup.

2012 is the 55th season of the TSSL. An open draw was held in early May and eleven preliminary round games have already been played This week the first round starts, featuring teams from every division.

Toronto Irish Cap Great Season With League Cup Victory

Toronto Irish Cap Great Season With League Cup Victory

In Toronto Celtic's epic match against Operario in the Semi Final of the TSSL Cup, the victory was achieved through a combination of dogged determination, strictly following a tactical plan and the right attitude. And, perhaps, against Operario too much of these resources were exhausted as almost as unrecognizable Toronto Celtic showed up in the TSSL Cup final clash with Toronto Irish.

2011 Division Cup Finals

2011 Division Cup Finals

Four regular season divisional champions made it to the final, but only two were able to complete the league and cup double. In four of the six matches, the team that finished lower in the standings came out the winner.

Fourth Division

Liberty 2 – Red Balls 0
Congratulations to long-time TSSL member Liberty for upsetting TSSL newcomers and division winners Red Balls. It was Liberty’s best season to date. Red Balls look to be an up and coming team for years to come.

Toronto Celtic's climb to the TSSL summit

Toronto Celtic's climb to the TSSL summit

Humble beginnings in the TSSL Media Division

Back in 2005 a loyal group of Celtic supporters, some of which are still part of the team today or remain close ties, entered a team into the TSSL's Media Division. It was an opportunity for the group of Celtic supporters to not only masquerade in the famous Hoops that tied many of them to the roots, but also it would serve to lay the foundations of a community that many more arriving expats would be welcomed into over the subsequent years. A community, I count myself lucky to be a part of.

First Division Mid Season Review

First Division Mid Season Review

Anywhere from two to four teams could move up to Premier next year, so every game matters in the TSSL’s most interesting and tightly-contested division.

THE TABLE TOPPERS

Dukes, Toronto Irish, Toronto Blues & Juniors

The four top teams have all played at least eight games and none have lost yet. When they play each other, they tie, all keeping the final push tight as they each strive to win the league. Dukes tied both the Juniors and the Blues. The Blues tied the Irish and so on.

2011 TSSL Season Preview!

2011 TSSL Season Preview!

From the Bizzo Vet, with assistance from a Scarbro and a few TSSL players bumped into on fields and at pubs. Feel welcome to respond with insights into your own squad below.

* Please note that the opinions in this article do not necessarily reflect the views of the TSSL or TSSL Board of Directors. It is purely for the enjoyment and entertainment of the league.

Canadian Men's National Team Friendly - June 1st

Canadian Men's National Team Friendly - June 1st

BMO Field will be the venue for Canada’s send-off match before the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup in June. Canada will face Ecuador in a Men’s International Friendly match on Wednesday 1 June in Toronto.

Ticket sales are available at Ticketmaster. There will be at least three sections in the south end exclusively reserved for Canadian fans. Go to www.canadiansoccernews.com to buy $17 tickets in the Canadian sections.

CSL To Expand?

CSL To Expand?

 Exactly 24-hours before Toronto FC was scheduled to take the pitch against Salt Lake, I stared down the reality of Canadian football. Portugal FC and Brantford Galaxy were taking the field for a Canadian Soccer League game at Lamport. With a particularly annoying pop song blasting from two speakers placed at the top of the stands, the crowd of about 25 settled in for the contest. Two young girls played tag along the near touchline.

Men's Soccer Leagues

Men's Soccer Leagues

TSSL is the largest men’s league in Ontario, but by no means the only league. There are lots of other leagues to choose from, the problem is figuring out where to look. This blog posting is a good place to start.
Below, is a list of 11-a-side men’s outdoor leagues within a couple of hour’s drive of Toronto.  There are also countless indoor, futsal and co-ed leagues that are not listed.