Mississauga Eagles FC are a Canadian professional  soccer team founded in 2010 to begin play in the Canadian Soccer League, a league no longer sanctioned by a FIFA-recognized body, in 2011. The Eagles are owned and operated by the Erin Mills Soccer Club and play at the Mississauga Hershey Field in the city of Mississauga, Ontario.
During the championship match of the 2010 CSL season, former president of the league, Dominic Di Gironimo, announced that four expansion teams would begin play in 2011: Ottawa, Kitchener, Pickering (Pickering Power), and Erin Mills in Mississauga. On January 3, 2011, the Erin Mills Soccer Club, home of the Erin Mills Eagles, announced that it would be holding open tryouts for the newly revealed CSL expansion club Mississauga Eagles FC. The announcement also revealed the organization would field a CSL Reserve Team and Ontario Soccer League (OSL) senior men's team of the same name. The club withdraw from the Canadian Soccer League in 2012 and returned to the league in march 2014, after one year break.
Current Reserve Squad
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.