TORONTO. – Canada Soccer have confirmed that Toronto FC will be the Canadian representative in the 2021 Concacaf Champions League with an agreement reached by Canada Soccer and both Forge FC and Toronto FC that every effort will be made to hold the Canadian Championship at a later date pending league schedules and in accordance with all public health and safety measures. Forge FC is still not able to return to full training and as such the agreement reached will see Toronto FC face Club León at Estadio León on Wednesday 7 April in the first leg of the Concacaf Champions League Round of 16.
TORONTO. - With the National Lacrosse League (NLL) board of governors approving an eighteen game season plus playoffs, fans and players alike can finally see a light at the end of the tunnel to this pandemic.
TORONTO. - On a night when the game’s brightest stars hit the world’s biggest stage at the Madison Square Garden, all eyes were on Team Women’s Sports Foundation and Brianna Decker in their 4-3 victory.
TORONTO. - For Abby Roque, its been a long 12 months with many unanswered questions due to COVID-19. Starting when she graduated college, the 23-year-old committed in May to the PWHPA to launch her professional hockey journey.
Doing so amid lockdowns and quarantine, the righty just continued to train, with no travelling or showcases in sight to look ahead to. Instead, the U.S. National Women’s Team Member was named to the roster for the Minnesota training hub, where she’s been working out with her teammates and coaching staff.
TORONTO. - Following the exit of the Connecticut Whale from the Lake Placid bubble on Monday evening, The Puck Authority has learned that the Isobel Cup tournament will not be continued with no champion rewarded.
TORONTO. - Futsal is one of the most underrated sports in the world. It’s fast paced and extremely exciting to watch. To be a futsal player at any level, you have to be technically and tactically experienced. There is no better game to watch!