OPDL U13 (2014) Trials Registration now open. Trials start next week!
Calling all 2001 and 2002 Girls and Boys to attend U13 (2014) trials for FC LONDON’s OPDL teams in the 2014 outdoor season. Register online in the <OPDL> "Tryouts" menu above.
JUST RELEASED: FC LONDON accepted into OPDL !
Forest City London soccer club continues to raise the bar in London and area soccer. FC LONDON has been selected as one of 18 youth soccer clubs across Ontario who will be instrumental in developing elite level boys & girls soccer. STAY TUNED FOR DETAILS.
Do you know a Boy or Girl born in 2001 or 2002 who has what it takes to play at the top competitive level in Ontario?
Make sure they don't miss out on an opportunity to play in the OPDL, Ontario Soccer's elite competitive league starting in 2014. Year round training from National level coaches, nutritional coaching, fitness and a 30 game season will help build confidence and skills...and an opportunity to play at local, provincial and national team levels.
The 2nd wave of trials is now underway, so register now by clicking the <OPDL> "Tryouts" link in the menu above.
Don't miss out on this opportunity for girls and boys to play on a team that will compete with and against Ontario's elite players.
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FC London will affiliate its organization with Major League Soccer’s Toronto FC.
“We are now accepted as a CAP’s program (club affiliation program,)” said FC London president and CEO Ian Campbell. “That means we have access to (Toronto FC) coaching, curriculum and players for future promotions for the club.”
FC London will not be a direct farm club for Toronto FC. Read More....
It’s who FC London plays and not where they play that matters.
FC has scored 16 goals on their opponent’s field and have just as many at home in the regular season, but have also given up three more goals on the road than they have at the German Canadian Club.
London finished with a 5-1-1 road record to match their home stat after tying K-W United 2-2 in the second leg of the Umbro Cup on Friday (July 19) to win the first-ever trophy between the rivals — but that’s not the hardware they’re after.
“We knew the Umbro Cup was going to be in play for the first time, so obviously we want to get our name on it first and that’s what we’ve done,” said FC captain Tom Owens, holding the handle of the trophy after it broke off the gold coloured cup within minutes of the team getting it. “It’s not the No. 1 goal that we wanted, but it’s a stepping stone and the real trophy is going to be the one in the next few weeks.”
FC will start the post-season against the Real Colorado Foxes on Saturday (July 27) and play their, hopefully, first two playoffs games in Thunder Bay — home of the
Heartland Division and Central Conference leading Chill. The conference finale is a three-game tournament all played on one team’s field to cut cost on travel.
Does it really matter if the Forest City club plays the do-or-die matchups at a place where some more FC fanatics will be yelling from the sidelines? Read more...