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Ontario Soccer​ – The U-14 and U-16 boys and girls divisions were in action this weekend – Vaughan, ON – Four teams were crowned Ontario Indoor Cup champions this weekend. 

The Ontario Soccer Centre Field House was host to clubs from across Ontario as the provincial indoor championships concluded for a number of divisions on a thrilling weekend in Vaughan. 

The Ontario Indoor Cup is a young 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. And 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 Soccer Centre in Vaughan.

The next group of Ontario Indoor Cup finals will take place Feb. 11 at the Ontario Soccer Centre. 

Click the links below for match reports, video, highlights and photos. All material are available for media use

London Red Devils edge Woodbridge Strikers to win U-16 Boys Ontario Indoor Cup

North Mississauga cruise to U-16 Girls Ontario Indoor Cup win

Ajax FC hold on to win thriller in U-14 Girls Ontario Indoor Cup final

Mapola Attack capture U-14 Boys Ontario Indoor Cup title 

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