|Ground||Soccerplexe Catalogna at Lachine, Quebec|
|Coach||Alexandre Da Rocha|
|2004||2nd, North Central Division,
Playoff finalist in Eastern Conference Championship
The Montreal Xtreme were a women's soccer club based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. They played only the 2004 season in the W-League. The team played its home games in Soccerplexe Catalogna in Lachine, Quebec. The team's colors are blue and white. The team folded after the 2004 season.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Montreal Xtreme's owner and president: David Craig
- Head coach: Alexandre Da Rocha
- Assistant coach: Lyonel Joseph
- Assistant coach (goalkeepers): Owen Braun
- Karina LeBlanc, member of the Canadian national team.
- Sharolta Nonen, former member of the Canadian national team.
- Marie-Ève Nault, member of the Canadian national team.
- Amy Walsh, member of the Canadian national team.
- Véronique Maranda, member of the Canadian national team.
- Isabelle Morneau, member of the Canadian national team.
- Josée Bélanger, member of the Canadian national team.
|2004||USL W-League||2nd, North Central Division||Finalist in Eastern Conference Championship|
|1||Ottawa Fury Women||14||13||1||0||68||7||+61||39|
Match by match
- Sunday May 23 5:00 pm Toronto Inferno 1:4 Montreal Xtrem at Soccerplex Catalogna, Attendance: 1634
- Saturday May 29 2:00 pm Sudbury Canadians 0:4 Montreal Xtreme at Soccerplex Catalogna, Attendance: 1170
- Saturday Jun 5 3:00 pm Montreal Xtreme 7:0 Sudbury Canadians at Cambrian College, Attendance: 429
- Sunday June 13 2:00 pm Boston Renegades 4:1 Montreal Xtreme at Soccerplex Catalogna, Attendance: 1240
- Friday June 18 7:30 pm Montreal Xtreme 2:1 Western Mass Lady Pioneers at Lusitano Stadium, Attendance: 726
- Sunday June 20 6:00 pm New York Magic 0:5 Montreal Xtreme at Claude Robillard Sports Complex, Attendance: 831
- Wednesday June 23 6:00 pm Montreal Xtreme 1:2 Ottawa Fury at Keith Harris Stadium, Attendance: 900
- Saturday June 26 4:00 pm New Hampshire Lady Phantoms 0:7 Montreal Xtreme at Soccerplex Catalogna
- Friday July 2 6:30 pm Montreal Xtreme 3:2 Rochester Ravens at Rochester Institute of Technology, Attendance: 157
- Saturday July 3 7:00 pm Montreal Xtreme 1:0 Toronto Inferno at Ontario Soccer Centre, Attendance: 420
- Sunday July 11 5:00 pm Montreal Xtreme 10:1 Rhode Island Lady Stingrays at Pierce Memorial, Attendance: 102
- Sunday July 18 2:00 pm Rochester Ravens 0:4 Montreal Xtreme at Soccerplex Catalogna, Attendance: 1357
- Wednesday July 21 7:00 pm Ottawa Fury 2:3 Montreal Xtreme at Soccerplex Catalogna, Attendance: 1056
- Saturday July 24 7:30 pm Montreal Xtreme 5:6 Long Island Lady Riders at Stony Brook University Stadium, Attendance: 924
|Division Finals||Eastern Semifinals||Eastern Championship|
|NWE1||Boston Renegades (AET)||1|
|NWE2||Western Mass Lady Pioneers||0|
|NE1||New Jersey Wildcats||2|
|NE1||New Jersey Wildcats||6|
|NC1||Montreal Xtreme||3||NC1||Montreal Xtreme||5|
|NC1||Montreal Xtreme (AET)||6|
|NE2||Long Island Lady Riders||5|
|NE2||Long Island Lady Riders (AET)||1|
|NE3||New Jersey Lady Stallions||0|
Divisional round match 
July 28, 2004
5:00 PM EDT
|Rochester Lady Rhinos||0–3||Montreal Xtreme|
|Vieira 14'||Report||Bilodeau 41'
Le Palme 51'
Conference semifinal match 
July 31, 2004
5:00 PM EDT
|Long Island Lady Riders|
|Lesage 6' 17'
Vanderpool 41' 57'
Conference final match 
August 1, 2004
|Montreal Xtreme||5–6||New Jersey Wildcats|
Vaillancourt 47' 55' 90'
|Report||Pichon 16' 21' 44' 79' 85' 89'
Awards and honour
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- 2004 W-League
External news story
- Montreal Xtreme Launch Inaugural Season In the W-League in Canada soccer website, 14 January 2004.
- Leblanc And Morneau Sign With Xtreme in Canada Soccer website, 17 May 2004.
- Montreal Xtreme roster with players stats in USL website, 2004.
- W-League 2004 in USL website, 2004
- Montreal Xtreme standing in W-League in USL website, 2004.