Brantford Galaxy

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Brantford Galaxy
Brantford Galaxy Soccer Club.png
Full name Brantford Galaxy Soccer Club
Nickname(s) Galaxy
Founded February 2010
Stadium Steve Brown Sports Complex, Lions Park
Brantford, Ontario
Ground Capacity 2,000+
President Boško Borjan
Head coach Tomo Dančetović
League Canadian Soccer League
2015 Regular season: 11th
Playoffs: DNQ
Website Club home page

Brantford Galaxy Soccer Club is a Canadian soccer club based in Brantford, Ontario, Canada, The club competes in the Canadian Soccer League, a league not sanctioned by a FIFA-recognized body..


Brantford Galaxy SC was announced as an expansion side in the Canadian Soccer League's 2010 season on February 24, 2010.[1] The club will be playing its home games at Lions Park.[2]

On October 31, 2010 Brantford Galaxy SC won their first championship in their inaugural season with a 3-0 win over Hamilton Croatia in the 2010 CSL Championship Final at the Centennial Park Stadium in Etobicoke.[3] The team had finished 7th of the 13 teams in the regular season.

The Brantford Inter-City Soccer club announced that it will change its name to the Brantford Galaxy Youth Soccer Club in an effort further align it with the CSL club.[4]

Club folded operations after the 2012 season before resuming in 2015. In 2015 Brantford Galaxy failed to qualify for the playoffs, losing 4-3 in its final game to Milton SC. The club finished 7-12-3 for the season.

Current Senior Squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
0 {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} GK Jeff Martins
2 {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} DF Richard Martins
3 {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} MF Sasa Vidovic
4 {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} DF Craig Deboer
5 {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} MF Steven Lovell
7 {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} MF Nicolas Ferreira
8 {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} DF Stuart Heath
9 {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} FW Aleksa Markovic
10 {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} MF Harris Fazlagic
12 {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} GK Luka Besenic
15 {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} MF Steve Knezevic
17 {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} MF Stefan Dancetovic
19 {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} DF Bojan Samardzija
21 {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} FW Zdenko Jurcevic
22 {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} DF Kyle Grootenboer
- {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} DF Dorde Stankov
- {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} DF Josh Elgeti
- {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} DF Stephane Gersay
- {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} FW Nick Charles
- {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} FW Haris Redzepi
- {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} MF Rade Parenta
- {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} MF Armin Mahovic
- {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} MF Dejan Ristic
- {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} MF Peter Kirkelos
- {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} MF Stefan Vukovic
- {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} DF Boris Milicic
- {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant=|size=}} MF Milan Beader


  • Serbia Lazo Džepina (2010–July 11)[5]
  • Canada Tomo Dančetović (July 2011–Oct 11)[6]
  • Canada Ron Davidson (April 2012–July 12)
  • Canada Tomo Dančetović (July 2012–)



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  2. ^ "BICS U-21 side to bolster Galaxy". Brant News. Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  3. ^ "BRANTFORD GALAXY CSL CHAMPS......Fazlagic hits two in decisive win at well-attended game in Toronto". 2010-10-31. Retrieved 1 November 2010. 
  4. ^ Kennedy, Tom (13 January 2011). "BICS votes in new name". Retrieved 31 January 2011. 
  5. ^ Allen, Sean (23 April 2012). "Brantford Galaxy unveil new coach, new philosophy". Brant News. Retrieved 27 April 2012. 
  6. ^ Smiley, Brian (22 July 2011). "Galaxy earn draw on road". Brantford Expositor. Retrieved 1 August 2012. 

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