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Ontario Soccer Association – Vaughan, ON – It came down to the wire in the 2018 League1 Ontario men’s division, with the top and the bottom of the eight-team playoff zone being decided with the final two matches of the season.

Alliance United FC managed a win away to Sanjaxx Lions to ensure they would beat out their opponents to playoff qualification, while FC London put on an incredible comeback away at Toronto Skillz – scoring six unanswered goals to claim a victory that propelled them to first place in the regular season.

A group stage playoff format takes centre-stage in the coming three weeks, as the top eight vie for the 2018 League1 Ontario Men’s Championship Final on October 20 at the Ontario Soccer Centre. The winner will represent League1 at the 2019 Canadian Championship.        

Men’s Division Results 

FC London Claims First Place In Regular Season After 6-2 Win Over Skillz. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Alliance Books Spot In The Playoffs With 1-0 Victory Over Sanjaxx. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Aurora Blank OSU 2-0 At Home To Wrap Up Season. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Vaughan Nail Down Fourth Place With 3-2 Win Over Pro Stars. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Unionville Clinches Playoff Spot With 1-0 Win Over North Miss. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Masters Finish Season With 2-0 Win Over Darby FC. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Vaughan Takes Over Fourth Spot With Resounding 6-0 Defeat Of TFC III. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Darby Get Into Playoffs And Sigma Leave Door Open At The Top After 1-1 Draw. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

High resolution photos, full video, and highlight clips are available to media upon request. 

About League1 Ontario

League1 Ontario is the only professional-amateur, standards-based, league in Ontario. Founded in 2014, the league began with a ten team men’s division, which has now grown to 17 teams and includes a separate 13-team women’s division. League1 Ontario serves as a stepping stone between the youth, amateur ranks and the professional environment. Sanctioned by Ontario Soccer, the league’s focus, first and foremost, is the development of Canada’s future stars.

Media Contact 

Cormac Rea | Communications, Senior Coordinator | League1 Ontario | crea@ontariosoccer.net | 905-264-9390 x 239