This is the weekend of all weekends…when all players will leave all their sweat and tears on the court of Durham College, host facility for the 2015 Ontario Soccer Associations Futsal Champions Cup. The best of the best in Ontario will meet in what is known as the most prestigious cup for futsal in the Province this weekend; May 9th and 10th where games kick of at 10:00am with the opening game between Toronto Boca Jrs and Barrie Futsal Club.
Futsal Club Toronto kicks off its first game against the Toronto Futsal League champions, Idolo 12:00pm followed by their second game at 8:00 pm vs Aequitas FC from the Ottawa region.
Winning this championship is very important for the development of the club as it will inch us closer to reaching the 2015 CONCACAF Futsal Club Championship this August in Costa Rica. The more FCT qualifies for international events; the more opportunities it will create for our youths development.
Here is an article posted by Futsal Focus and come support your favorite team by purchasing a supporter scarf and wearing the RED and BLUE in support of the our players and club:
BY Stephen McGettigan
Futsal Club Toronto were crowned Peel-Halton Futsal League Champions after beating Barrie FC 10-7 in the finals. The club will now play in the Ontario Futsal League Champions Cup, bringing them one step closer to their objective of representing Canada in the CONCACAF Futsal Club Championships in Costa Rica.
After a very close encounter between two very attacking, aggressive teams, the home squad were able to capitalize on Barrie’s defensive errors and take the trophy home after a long season.
Professional Futsal Coach and Technical Director Roy Blanche and all the staff at Futsal Club Toronto have made a significant progression in the club development with the creation of their own home facility at Canlon Sportsplex. The club also represented Canada in last year’s CONCACAF Futsal Club Championships which has aided their development goals, should the club be victorious in their efforts again this year it will be interesting to see what development plans the club will achieve through this success and progress by attracting more sponsors and more customers to their growing academy, local leagues and player development programmes.
Next year the Professional Futsal League will launch in the United States, how will this development impact upon Canadian Futsal? Will we see Canadian clubs being established and joining the league similar to the Major League Soccer, what developments will emerge from this domestically? Canada is a nation that plays 7 months of the year indoors therefore Futsal popularity will hopefully experience a significant growth in interest once the PFL matches begin to be broadcasted on Canadian television.
Whatever the future holds for Canadian Futsal such as its own professional domestic league or should they join the PFL, its great to see an interest in Futsal development increasing across the country and we wish FC Toronto further success in their efforts to provide the highest level of Futsal in the Toronto area and in Canada.
The video above is highlights of the recent league success!!
– See more at: http://www.futsalfocus.net/news.html?newsId=231&type=Global#sthash.b1FNBu7t.dpuf