HAPPY HOLIDAYS

HAPPY HOLIDAYS

21 Dec 2021

The Canadian Soccer League expresses its sincere best wishes to soccer fans everywhere. In particular, those who took part in the highly successful 2021 CSL season despite the many challenges and other necessary restrictions as a result of the pandemic.

We are proud of our teams playing such a high level of attractive, exciting soccer. We thank the game officials, the match day officials and ground staff, and the media, our generous and supportive sponsor ProSound Hearing Services. We thank also, the many loyal fans and those who came to see the CSL for the first time.

We congratulate the winners – the ProSound Cup going to FC Vorkuta and the CSL Championship to Scarborough SC. All details and more will be included in a website retrospective of the entire season in the coming days.

In the meantime, Happy Holidays.

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