List of soccer clubs in Canada

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This is a list of soccer clubs in Canada.

Men's soccer clubs[edit]

Major League Soccer[edit]

Team City Stadium Capacity Joined Head coach
Montreal Impact Montreal, Quebec Saputo Stadium 20,801 2012 Rémi Garde
Toronto FC Toronto, Ontario BMO Field 30,991 2007 Greg Vanney
Vancouver Whitecaps FC Vancouver, British Columbia BC Place 22,120 2011 Marc Dos Santos

Canadian Premier League[edit]

Team City Stadium Capacity Founded First season Head coach
Cavalry FC Calgary, Alberta Spruce Meadows 5,000 2018 2019 Tommy Wheeldon Jr.
FC Edmonton Edmonton, Alberta Clarke Stadium 5,000 2009 2019 Jeff Paulus
Forge FC Hamilton, Ontario Tim Hortons Field 10,000 2017 2019 Bobby Smyrniotis
HFX Wanderers FC Halifax, Nova Scotia Wanderers Grounds 5,000–7,000 2018 2019 Stephen Hart
Pacific FC Langford, British Columbia Westhills Stadium 7,500 2018 2019 Michael Silberbauer
Valour FC Winnipeg, Manitoba Investors Group Field 33,234 2017 2019 Rob Gale
York 9 FC York Region, Ontario York Lions Stadium 3,000 2018 2019 Jim Brennan

United Soccer League[edit]

The United Soccer League, known before 2019 as "United Soccer Leagues", is a US-based company that organizes several leagues that operate at lower levels of the American and Canadian soccer systems.

The league that was known in the 2018 season as the "United Soccer League", occupying the second level of the two countries' systems, is now known as the USL Championship (USLC). The USL organization also operates USL League One (USL1), which will launch in 2019 as a third-level league in the US system.

Toronto FC II had played in the league now known as the USLC through the 2018 season, but voluntarily dropped to USL1 for 2019 and beyond.

Club City Current league Stadium Capacity Founded Joined USL organization Joined current USL league Head coach MLS affiliate
Ottawa Fury FC Ottawa, Ontario USL Championship TD Place Stadium 24,000 2011 2017 2017 Serbia Nikola Popovic Montreal Impact
Toronto FC II Toronto, Ontario USL League One BMO Training Ground 1,000 2014 2015 2019 France Laurent Guyot Toronto FC

USL League Two[edit]

Renamed from Premier Development League after the 2018 season.

League1 Ontario[edit]

Première Ligue de soccer du Québec[edit]

Canadian Soccer League[edit]

First division

Club Founded First joined Location Stadium Head coach
Brantford Galaxy 2010 2010 Brantford Heritage Field Turf Milan Prpa
CSC Mississauga 2018 2018 Mississauga Iceland Soccer Field Silvester Trograncic
FC Ukraine United 2006 2016 Toronto Centennial Park Stadium Andrei Malychenkov
FC Vorkuta 2008 2017 Toronto Esther Shiner Stadium Samad Kadirov
Hamilton City SC 2016 2016 Hamilton Heritage Field Turf Saša Vuković
Real Mississauga SC 2018 2018 Mississauga Paramount Fine Foods Centre Krum Bibishkov
Scarborough SC 2014 2015 Toronto Birchmount Stadium Zoran Rajović
Serbian White Eagles 1968 1970 Toronto Centennial Park Stadium Milan Mijailović
SC Waterloo Region 2011 2011 Waterloo RIM Park Radivoj Panić

Second division

Club Founded First joined Location Stadium Head coach
Brantford Galaxy B 2010 2010 Brantford Steve Brown Sports Complex Tomo Dancetovic
Halton United 2013 2013 Burlington Norton Stadium
FC Vorkuta B 2008 2017 Vaughan St. Robert SS Field Samad Kadirov
Milton SC 2014 2014 Milton Milton Sports Centre Suad Tihak
Scarborough SC B 2018 2018 Toronto Birchmount Stadium Eddy Coronel
Serbian White Eagles B 1968 2010 Toronto Centennial Park Stadium Goran Bakoc

U Sports[edit]

Women's clubs[edit]

Women's Premier Soccer League[edit]

  • North Shore Girls Soccer Club (NSGSC)

League1 Ontario[edit]

  • Aurora FC
  • FC Darby
  • Durham United FC
  • Kingston Clippers
  • London FC
  • North Mississauga
  • Pro Stars FC
  • Sanjaxx Lions
  • Vaughan Azzurri
  • Woodbridge Strikers
  • West Ottawa Soccer Club

Première Ligue de soccer du Québec[edit]

  • AS Blainville
  • Lakers du Lac St-Louis
  • CS Monteuil
  • FC Sélect Rive-Sud
  • Dynamo de Québec

United Women's Soccer[edit]

U Sports[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ GotSoccer. "Ottawa South United Accepted to League 1 Ontario". osusoccer.gotsport.com. Retrieved January 12, 2018.