A Blast from FCC Past: 2009 Team Ontario East

With the kickoff to the 2013 Football Canada Cup only one week away, CFC continues its coverage with the installment of “A Blast from FCC Past”.  In this exclusive series, CFC will look at some of the best teams throughout the history of the Football Canada Cup.

In the next part, we reminisce about Team Ontario East squad that won gold medal in the under-17 format at the 2009 tournament in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.


CFC will be live streaming all games from the 2013 Football Canada Cup in Moncton, New Brunswick.

The event kicks off at Moncton’s Rocky Stone Field with a triple header on Monday, July 15 beginning at 12:00 pm Atlantic Time (AT). The second game day begins with a series of three mini-games followed by two semi-final showdowns at 4:00pm and 7:30 pm respectively. The final game day opens at 11:00 am on Sunday July 21 with a second series of mini-games followed by the bronze medal game at 4:00 pm and the gold medal game at 7:30 pm.



DATE                      TIME                 EVENT                  PARTICIPANTS

Monday, July 15th  12:00 pm             Game 1                 Nova Scotia vs. Saskatchewan
Monday, July 15th   4:00 pm              Game 2                 Manitoba vs. Ontario
Monday, July 15th    7:30 pm             Game 3                 New Brunswick vs. Alberta
Thursday, July 18th 11:00 am            Game 4, 5, 6       Mini round-robin (see below)
Thursday, July 18th 4:00 pm             Game 7                 Winner Game 3 vs. Winner Game 2
Thursday, July 18th 7:30 pm             Game 8                 Winner game 1 vs. Quebec
Sunday, July 21st     11:00 am            Game 9, 10, 11   Mini round-robin (see below)
Sunday, July 21st     4:00 pm             Game 12                Bronze Loser Game 7 vs. Loser Game 8 (home)
Sunday, July 21st      7:30 pm              Game 13              Gold Winner Game 7 vs. Winner Game 8

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