2003 Canadian Professional Soccer League season

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Canadian Professional Soccer League
Season 2003
Champions Brampton Hitmen
Top goalscorer Canada Carlos Arghittu (St. Catharines Wolves)
2002
2004

The sixth Canadian Professional Soccer League season began on May 24, 2003 and concluded on October 4, 2003 with the Brampton Hitmen winning the Rogers Cup.

Changes from 2002 season[edit]

Final standings[edit]

Purple indicates conference winners
Green indicates playoff berth clinched

Eastern Conference[edit]

Place Team P W L T GF GA Points
1 Ottawa Wizards 18 13 0 5 53 10 44
2 Toronto Supra 18 10 2 6 50 29 36
3 Vaughn Sun Devils 18 7 4 7 41 30 28
4 Laval Dynamites 18 8 7 3 33 41 27
5 Metro Lions 18 5 10 3 26 29 18
6 Durham Flames 18 1 16 1 28 73 4

Western Conference[edit]

Place Team P W L T GF GA Points
1 Hamilton Thunder 18 11 3 4 38 19 37
2 Brampton Hitmen 18 10 5 3 38 25 33
3 Toronto Croatia 18 9 8 1 27 30 28
4 St. Catharines Wolves 18 8 8 2 26 34 26
5 North York Astros 18 4 9 5 20 33 17
6 Mississauga Olympians 18 4 10 4 19 30 16
7 London City 18 3 11 4 26 42 13

Rogers Cup playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals

Brampton awarded victory due to Toronto Croatia using ineligible coach and general manager.

October 1, 2003
Vaughan Sun Devils 4–3 (aet) Toronto Supra
Hugo Red card 11'
Smith Goal 41'
Thomas Goal 44'
Rollins Goal 90' Goal 100'
Diluca Penalty missed 12' Goal 38'
Amaral Goal 73' Goal 90+2'

Semifinals


Ottawa Wizards withdrew from competition. Brampton advances to final, while Vaughn plays Hamilton in the semifinal.


Rogers Cup final

Canadian Professional Soccer League 2003 Winners

Brampton Hitmen
First Title

Individual awards[edit]

External links[edit]