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Ontario Soccer Association – Vaughan, Ontario – Eight teams were crowned Ontario Cup champions this weekend. 

The Ontario Soccer Centre Stadium was host to clubs from across Ontario as the provincial championships for eight divisions, including the Men’s and Women’s Finals, concluded on a thrilling weekend in Vaughan. 

Among the weekend winners were Gloucester Celtic in the Men’s division. Celtic won their second Ontario Cup championship in four years.

As well, Scarborough GS United captured the Women’s Ontario Cup title. Scarborough has now won the Women’s provincial championship four years in a row.

The Ontario Cup is the largest competition of its kind in Canada. One of the oldest sporting events in the country, the Ontario Cup was first staged in 1901 and each year 12,000 athletes from all across the province compete for their division titles.  

Click the links below for match video, photos and games stories from each championship. 

For media use | Video, highlights and photos are available.

Games from this weekend: 

Brampton East defeat London Whitecaps in U-14 Boys penalty kick thriller  

Set piece magic propels Woodbridge to U-16 Girls Ontario Cup title 

Scarborough Wexford downs Waterloo United 3-2 in U-16 Tier 1 thriller  

Scarborough GS win fourth straight Women’s Ontario Cup with win over Vaughan

Gloucester Celtic down Caledon FC to capture second Men’s title in four years

Waterloo come from behind against Oakville to capture U-14 Girls Ontario Cup 

Woodbridge edges Mississauga in U-17 Tier 1 Ontario Cup Final 

Kitchener SC convincingly captures U-17 Girls Ontario Cup 


Media Contact 

Ben Rycroft | Ontario Soccer Association Communications Manager | 905-254-9390 ext. 255 | Email: 


About the Ontario Soccer Association:

Founded in 1901, The Ontario Soccer Association (OSA) is the largest provincial sports organization in Canada. Its members include more than 650 Clubs servicing over 24,000 teams with 380,000 registered players, 70,000 coaches and managers, and 10,000 match officials. The OSA develops and delivers exceptional and sustainable programs and services throughout Ontario with the mission of providing leadership and support for the advancement of soccer in collaboration and cooperation with our membership, partners and other stakeholders. The OSA also operates League1 Ontario, a provincial pro-am men’s and women’s league as well as the Ontario Player Development League (OPDL).

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