Ottawa Soccer Guide
Amateur soccer is popular in Ottawa-Gatineau with 60,000 kids registered in the area. Ottawa is also one of six Canadian cities that will host the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup of Soccer.
- Ottawa Gymnastics Centre
Our mission is to inspire enthusiasm for and lifelong involvement in gymnastics by providing positive and diverse programs. Whether you're interested in recreation or competitive programs, adult drop-in classes, special needs programs, camps, birthday parties or private lessons - OGC is the Place to Be! Check us out at www.ottawagymnasticscentre.ca
- Studio X Ottawa Inc.
Studio X Ottawa Inc. is your "one stop" eclectic dance, fitness and space rental centre! We offer eclectic range of dance classes and Fitness Classes Ottawa to children, adults and older adults. We also rent the space to teach, practice, rehearse, have any type of social gatherings or corporate events.
- Tumblers Gymnastics Centre
Tumblers Gymnastics Centre has recreational and competitive gymnastics programs for children of all ages and skill levels. From Kinder classes that teach fundamental movements for children as young as 18 months, to youth recreational and competitive programs, special needs programs and day camps. For more information visit our website www.tumblers.ca
- Nepean Corona Summer Camp
Nepean Corona Summer Camp offers gymnastics instructions, team and field sports, various activities and crafts for boys and girls aged 3 years and up. Every Thursday we embark on a new and exciting field trip. Corona offers specialty camps and summer evening classes on Monday and Wednesday nights.
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FIFA Women's World Cup 2015
Local Soccer Links
- Ottawa Fury FC
Ottawa's new professional soccer team, playing out of TD Place at Lansdowne Park starting in 2014. The home opener will be on July 20, 2014 against the New York Cosmos.
- FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015™
The FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™ is coming to Ottawa. This is the largest women’s sporting event in the world. Nine matches will be played at Lansdowne Stadium in June 2015.
- The Community Cup
- Cumberland United Soccer Club
- Eastern Ontario District Soccer Association
- East Region Soccer League
- Gloucester Dragons
- Gloucester Hornets
- Kanata Soccer
- Nepean City Soccer Club
- Nepean Hotspurs
- Ottawa-Carleton Soccer League
- Ottawa Falcons Soccer Club
- Ottawa Futsal League
- Ottawa Internationals Soccer Club
- Ottawa Rec Soccer Leagues
- Ottawa Royals Soccer Club
- Ottawa South United
- Ottawa St. Anthony Soccer Club
- Ottawa Ukraina Royals Soccer Club
- Pro+ Soccer
- Ottawa Citizen: Soccer headlines
- The Beautiful Game (blog by Richard Starnes)
- Canadian Soccer Association
MLS Soccer in Ottawa
- In 2008 Eugene Melnyk officially announced his plan to to bring a Major League Soccer (MLS) team to Ottawa. Ottawa was competing with eight other North American cities for an expansion franchise in 2011. The plan included a 30,000-seat, $100-million stadium to be built near Scotiabank Place. Click here for more from the official press release...
- Unfortunately Ottawa City Council chose to pursue stadium redevelopment at Lansdowne Park, rather than support a stadium in Kanata. As a result, Mr. Melnyk's MLS project is on hold for now.
- Related: Eugene Melnyk comments on MLS decision to award expansion team to Portland
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