Toronto Footy Sevens Coed Soccer League

Tuesday Champions Round-Up

Toronto Footy Sevens Coed Soccer League

The Good Team – Tuesday Coed Champions

What was June’s game of the month? Spain vs Portugal? Germany vs Sweden? Argentina vs Nigeria? We have a different candidate for that accolade . . . Tuesday’s Coed League final between UKS United and The Good Team.

It was fitting that the top two team in the regular season made it to the final. UKS brought their regular season form onto the field straight away, quickly establishing a 2-0 first half lead. Even though they had dug themselves an early hole, The Good Team proved that they were indeed a  . . .ehm . . . “good team” by dragging themselves back into the game with a couple of goals to go into the break tied at 2-2.

It looked like a name change may be in order (perhaps “The Great Team”?) when they reversed the deficit just after half time to lead 4-2. UKS weren’t finished though. and pulled it back to 4-3 before The Good Team restored their cushion. UKS drew closer again before the big guns came out. The equaliser was a rocket from 20-yards, tying the game at 5-5 before The Good Team pulled out their own long-range artillery with another screamer to re-take the lead.

With the clock against them, UKS United pushed forward desperately looking for the equaliser but, as so often happens, were caught on the break with a killer counter-attack. A late goal pulled it back to 7-6 as time ran out, but the final whistle came before they could muster an equaliser and a classic final drew to a close with The Good Team crowned Spring Coed Champions. What. . . A. . . Game!

The Coed Division Two final didn’t quite have the same end to end magic but was an excellent game too. Pitch Please! made the early running and took the lead before being pegged back by The Misfits. Another couple of goals had Pitch Please cruising towards victory with a 3-1 lead,  only to be rocked by The Misfits pulling one bag to narrow their lead to one. Just like the division 1 final, the game went from end to end as the Misfits chased the game and both tems had their chances. Eventually though, it was Pitch Please! who took their chances to tie-up the division championship with a 5-2 scoreline.

Join us for summer coed soccer

All four of our finalists will be back to try to defend their title (or go one better) in the summer season. There are already 17 teams signed up to start next week, but we can still fit in another handful of teams (or individual sign-ups). If you want to join the upcoming summer season of the Tuesday Coed League, head over to the Toronto Footy Sevens website for full details and registration or e-mail us at chris@footysevens.com.

Toronto Footy Sevens Coed Soccer League

Pitch Please!- Tuesday Coed Div 2 Champions

Tuesday Men’s League Final

The World Cup enters the knock-out stage and brings with it the nerve-shredding tension of penalty shoot-outs. We had one of our own last night with the Tuesday Men’s league final matching all of the late drama we’ve seen in so many games in this World Cup.

Mean Machine were off and running with an early goal, but couldn’t keep it for long against an always potent United Brothers forward line. The teams went into the break locked at 1-1 and neither team managed to add to their lead as the game clock ticked towards the end of the match. The breakthough finally came when Mean Machine looked to have won it in the final minutes, but United Brothers weren’t quite done yet, sending the game to penalty kicks with a late, late equaliser.

As always the shoot-out was a tense affair, with both goalkeepers making some magnificent saves. However it was Mean Machine that triumphed in the end to take the title and derail United Brothers quest to become the first two-time Toronto Footy Sevens champions.

Sign-up for our summer men’s leagues at the Toronto Footy Sevens website.

Toronto Footy Sevens Soccer leagues at Heart Lake Secondary School in Brampton

Mean Machine – Tuesday Men’s Champions

 

Toronto Footy Sevens 7v7 coed soccer league team

Toronto Footy Sevens: Registration Open

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Ottawa Footy Sevens at Carleton University

Registration is now open for the inaugural season of Toronto Footy Sevens 7v7 soccer leagues in Brampton. We have coed, men’s and women’s leagues available and full details can be found below.

Make Soccer Simple Again

We like to keep things as easy as possible for our players. Once you’ve chosen what night works best for you, all games will at the same venue on the same night and the registration can all be taken care of from your phone or computer. It couldn’t be simpler.

Team and individual registration is available for all of the leagues, so you can bring your whole team, join a team with a few friends or sign-up on your own and we’ll add you to a team of players with a similar skill level.

Toronto Footy Sevens League Benefits

The games will all be played on the only outdoor turf 7v7 fields in Brampton at a new custom built outdoor facility at Heart Lake Secondary School. The games will be refereed and played on fields designed and lined for 7v7 soccer with divider nets between the fields. You’ll be able to find all of your schedules, standings, scores and stats on our website. If you are like us, and need something to jog your memory of when you are playing each week, we’ll send you a reminder of when your game is, who you are playing and which of the four 7v7 fields it is on.

League Details

All Leagues are recreational and open to players of all levels and feature the following:

Team and individual registration available
All games refereed
Brand new artificial turf field
All fields have 7v7 line markings and goals
Same location every week
Schedules, standing and stats online

Coed League

We will have coed 7v7 soccer leagues available on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings.

For coed soccer all teams must have at least 2 male and 2 female players amongst the seven players on the field at any time

Men’s League

Our men’s league will take place on Tuesday evenings.

Women’s League

Our women’s league will take place on Thursday evenings.

 

All games will be played at the new turf field at:

Heart Lake Secondary School

296 Conestoga Drive

Brampton, ON

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The new field is currently under construction and we’ll be posting a construction update later this week.

Full details of all of the leagues and our opening promotion can be found on the Footy Sevens website.

As well as the adult soccer leagues, Footy Sevens will be running programs for children and youths and the field will also be available for rental to various sports and community groups. Please fill in the contact form below for all field rental and children’s programming enquiries

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New 7v7 Soccer Leagues in Brampton

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Footy Sevens will be bringing top quality 7v7 coed, men’s and women’s outdoor soccer to Brampton later this summer. Already Ottawa’s largest coed 7v7 soccer league, Footy Sevens will be kicking off in the GTA at a new custom built outdoor facility in early September.

Registration is Now Open:

The leagues are recreational and open to players of all levels. Outdoor 7s soccer leagues will be available Sunday to Thursday with coed soccer available all 5 nights, men’s on Tuesdays and women’s on Thursdays. All games are 60 minute long and fully refereed.

All games will be played in the same location and the field will feature four 60mx30m 7v7 fields separated by divider nets and lined specifically for 7v7 soccer. The LED floodlight system will make sure all games are played under the best lighting conditions regardless of the time of day or the weather and there is plenty of free car parking available for all players.

All games will be played at the new turf field at:

Heart Lake Secondary School
296 Conestoga Drive
Brampton, ON
L6Z 3M1

The new field is currently under construction and we’ll be posting regular updates of the progress on this blog.

Full details of all of the leagues can be found on the Footy Sevens website and registration for the new leagues will open in early June.

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As well as the adult soccer leagues, Footy Sevens will be running programs for children and youths and the field will also be available for rental to various sports and community groups. Please fill in the contact form below for all field rental and children’s programming enquiries

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New Turf Soccer Field in Brampton

Peel District School Board have announced the construction of a brand new turf soccer, rugby and lacrosse field at Heart Lake Secondary School, Conestoga Drive in Brampton.

The refurbishment of the existing soccer field will include the new turf field, LED floodlighting system, new six-lane running track and upgraded bleachers.

In addition being used for a variety of sports for the Heart Lake Secondary School pupils and the local community, Footy Sevens will be running coed, men’s and women’s 7-a-side recreational soccer leagues as well as programs for children and youths. The field will also be available for rental to various sports and community groups.

The full press release from Peel District School Board can be found here.

For details of upcoming soccer leagues, kids programs or field rentals, please visit the Footy Sevens website.

Location of New Turf Field