When Toronto Was A Soccer Superpower

About 100 years ago, players from this city were impressing teams across the pond by Richard Whittall Imagine if Toronto was as soccer-mad as Manchester or Madrid, a city that produced some of the world’s best players. Imagine if Toronto FC was a hundred-year-old club playing in a successful all-Canadian soccer league, and Torontonians considered more »


OSA Saddened By Passing Of Frank Pike

Former Canadian national team coach and OSA Provincial Coach, Frank Pike, died June 1, in Qualicum Beach, British Columbia. Frank was born in Plymouth, England March 26, 1930, and came to Canada following World War Two and lived in Toronto.  He played and coached in the Toronto and District League, and coached in the National more »