We are looking forward to another summer of great soccer as the St. Michael’s Soccer Club branch of Toronto Markham Soccer Club is waiting for the snow to melt and the outdoor soccer fields to open up again. Our league is open to teams and players of all skill levels in the Greater Toronto...Continue reading
The 15th season of the Maple Leaf Soccer Club kicked off in May at the Wexford Hydro fields at Eglinton/Pharmacy with a total of 10 teams grouped in one Division. The majority of teams were returning from our 2016 season including the reigning Division A playoff champions Remy Boyz, Division A regular season champions...Continue reading
The 2017 outdoor season for St. Michael’s Soccer Club marked our 17th year of offering outdoor soccer in the McCowan and Steeles area. The season consisted of 19 teams broken down into 2 divisions of play. Our division A consisted of 12 teams. We had a combination of many returning squads such as M.S....Continue reading
The Archangel Cup Tournament was started in 2002 as a way to build on our inaugural year and to offer the teams in the St. Michael’s Soccer Club additional games. The tournament initially consisted of ten teams lumped into one division. Aside from the addition of two new teams that year, all the rest...Continue reading
It all started as an idea. After all, when I had returned to Toronto in 2000 after spending the last 6 years at University in Ottawa, I really didn’t think there were too many options for men’s outdoor soccer in the Toronto and Markham area. Further, for those who were individuals looking to play, it...Continue reading
The Winter 2017 indoor soccer season was memorable for a number of reasons. The league attracted players and teams from all over the GTA, such as Markham, Ajax, Pickering and Brampton. Our second session saw some new teams join such as Athletiki and Alhilal (in Division A) and Hawks United (in Division B). The...Continue reading
The 2016 outdoor season marked our 16th year and was quite memorable. In our A Division, Dominica United, Bafana and Puma FC were at the top of the table for the majority of the season. While in Division B, North York FC, Unionville Stars and Cultures United were all strong contenders....