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The Ontario Soccer Centre played host to teams from across the province, as the U-13 and U-14 Boys and Girls divisions wrapped up their Indoor Cup campaigns

Feb. 13, 2022

Vaughan, ON – Ontario Soccer kicked off 2022 on the right foot this weekend as the Ontario Indoor Cup wrapped up for four divisions.  

The Ontario Soccer Centre played host to teams from across the province, as the U-13 and U-14 Boys and Girls divisions concluded their Indoor Cup campaigns in thrilling fashion.

The Milton Magic cruised to their U-13 Boys title win, defeating Jarvis SC Academy 5-0 in the opening final of the day.

The Mississauga Prostars won the U-13 Girls championship in equally convincing fashion, defeating Erin Mills 3-1.

Another Mississauga side had a flair for the dramatic. The Mississauga Supernova came from behind 1-0 to equalize and then went on to win the U-14 Girls title on penalties.

The U-14 Boys concluded the day with another exciting final. Caledon SC defeated Toronto Cherry Beach 4-3 in penalty kicks to claim the title.  

The Ontario Indoor Cup is a young Club competition in comparison to the Outdoor Cup, which was first played in 1901. The Indoor Cup began in 1987. Over the years it has moved from boarded facilities to the former Skydome and then to soccer specific no board venues.

The popularity of the indoor game has resulted in a demand for the Ontario Indoor Cup in most age divisions. The level of participation has taken the competition from a centrally staged Round-Robin format, to regional play-downs across the province, culminating with the Final Round hosted at The Ontario Soccer Centre in Vaughan.

High-resolution photos and video are available to media upon request

Coverage from each of Ontario Indoor Cup finals: 

Milton Magic cruise to U-13 Boys Ontario Indoor Cup title  

Mississauga Prostars power their way to U-13 Girls Ontario Indoor Cup win

Mississauga Supernova wins U-14 Girls Ontario Indoor Cup in penalty thriller 

Justin Merola backstop Caledon SC to U-14 Boys Ontario Indoor Cup title  

About Ontario Soccer

Founded in 1901, Ontario Soccer is comprised of more than 550 Clubs and Private Academies servicing over 24,000 teams with 380,000 registered players, 70,000 coaches and managers, and 9,500 match officials, as well as countless volunteers, parents and supporters comprising a direct, multi-cultural community of over 1,000,000 Ontarians.

Ontario Soccer 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. Ontario Soccer also operates the Ontario Player Development League (OPDL) – the province’s premier standards based youth development program and proudly supports Canada Soccer’s National Teams, the Canadian Premier League and Toronto FC.

An overall goal of Ontario Soccer is to assist with the equitable development of soccer as a healthy lifestyle choice, provide a talented pathway for players to excel and encourage inclusive community involvement at all levels.

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