Soccer City is Western Canada's longest serving and most trusted soccer supply company for soccer teams, clubs and retail sales.
Here at City Soccer, we sell soccer equipment for every facet of the game. From apparel and jerseys to shoes, equipment and gloves. Our staff are competitive players, so they know what to look for you, your club or your child. We are here to ensure your visit makes you feel ready to get on field confidently.
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Toronto Sport & Soccer City Toronto FC has been one of the Major League Soccer’s pacers, already since 2007. Multiple winners of the Canadian Championship, the MLS and the MLS Cups, they play their home games at the ultramodern BMO Field stadium.
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Toronto City was a Canadian soccer team based in Toronto, Ontario. Between 1961 and 1967, teams using this name competed in both the Eastern Canada Professional Soccer League and the United Soccer Association
Registration for fall recreation has begun. Learn more about fall recreation programs. Fun and sports go together. Whatever sport you choose, you’ll be glad you got active. Drop-in Programs For fees, visit the Drop-in Program Memberships and Passes section on this web page. Drop-in Programs Map Basketball Bocce Floor and Ball Hockey Soccer Tennis and Racquet […]
The Toronto Azzurri Soccer Club operates in the north-west area of Toronto, teaching soccer to youth within a structured, professional environment that incorporates fun, good sportsmanship and high ideals.
Toronto FC forward Jozy Altidore (17) reacts as New York City players celebrate a goal by Santiago Rodriguez (42) during the first half of an MLS soccer match Saturday, Aug. 7, 2021, in Toronto.