The Scarborough Soccer Association (SSA) hosts 12 Youth Soccer Clubs
ONTARIO CUP 2017
DURHAM CELTIC CAPTURE BRONZE – Durham Celtic went undefeated throughout the entire Toyota National Championships but would have to settle for winning a bronze medal. During their group stage play, Durham won twice and drew twice, good enough to finish second in their group. They would face Saskatoon Husa Alumni FC, who also finished second in their group. Durham were dominant in the bronze medal match-up, downing the team from the prairie province, 3-1. Durham’s tournament dominance saw them rack up 17 goals over five games, a tournament best. They also only allowed six goals throughout the five days, second only the eventual gold medal winners Western Halifax FC.
SCARBOROUGH GS UNITED FINISHED FOURTH IN THE JUBILEE TROPHY – Scarborough GS United finished their tournament on a high note. After a loss and a draw in the opening round of the Jubilee Trophy, Scarborough won their final two matches to finish fourth at Nationals. Scarborough defeated Halifax Dunbrack SC 3-1 with goals from Nicole Campbell, Sylvia Forbes and Maxine Murchie. In their final game of the tournament, they downed CS Mont-Royal Outremont by a score of 2-0. Goals came from Murchie and Kodee Williams.
Scarborough Indoor Soccer League
SISL Cup Finals Results – April 22nd
Play Soccer in Scarborough!
If you wish to play recreational or competitive soccer in Scarborough, you should contact the nearest club to your home and they will assist you with registration.