The Canadian National Soccer League, known as the National Soccer League until 1993, was a soccer league in Canada that existed from 1926 to 1997. The league was also known as the National Soccer League of Ontario and Quebec. Adding 'Canadian' in 1993 was a result of the folding of the original CSL, and the accepting of the Winnipeg Fury, making the league more national. It was then re-branded as the Canadian Professional Soccer League in 1998, primarily as a result of the restructuring in conju
The Première Ligue de soccer du Québec ( PLSQ) is a semi-professional soccer league created in 2012, organized by the Quebec Soccer Federation, which operates at the third tier of the Canadian soccer pyramid. The Canadian Soccer Association relies on provincial soccer organizations to sanction regional leagues at the tier 3 level.
The Canadian Soccer League (CSL) is long-standing and is one of two professional soccer leagues in Canada. It is a continuation of earlier forerunner leagues, the National Soccer League (NSL), the Canadian National Soccer League (CNSL) and the Canadian Professional Soccer League (CPSL), going back more than 80 years.
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Canada - Canadian National Soccer League. For many years the National Soccer League (Later the Canadian National Soccer League) was the top league in Canada, with a history extending back to 1922. It was at times eclipsed by the various attempts to create nationwide leagues (The ECPSL, CSL, NASL, etc.). But it persevered until 1997 when it folded, to be replaced by the new Canadian Professional Soccer League, which hopes to one day be national in scope. 1927 GP W L T GF GA Pts Toronto ...
Première Ligue de soccer du Québec is a semi-professional soccer league contested by 21 teams from Quebec. USL League One . Level: 3. Teams: 12. Country: United States, Canada. USL League One (USL1) is a professional soccer league in the United States and Canada. The league sits on level three of the Canadian soccer league system.
Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team are two-time Concacaf champions (1985 and 2000). From 2017 to 2020, Canada were one of only four nations to finish top-6 across all three major Concacaf competitions – fifth place in 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League and sixth place at both the 2017 and 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup.
The Canadian soccer league system, also called the Canadian soccer pyramid, is a term used in soccer to describe the structure of the league system in Canada. The governing body of soccer in the country is the Canadian Soccer Association (CSA), which oversees the system and domestic cups (including the Canadian Championship) but does not operate any of its component leagues.