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Scarborough GS United won their eighth straight Women’s Ontario Cup, while Gloucester Celtic won their third Men’s Ontario Cup in the last eight years. 

Vaughan – The Ontario Cup Finals came to a conclusion for eight divisions over the weekend at the Ontario Soccer Centre in Vaughan.

The Ontario Cup, which has staged a triumphant comeback in 2021, concluded for the U-14 Boys, U-15 Girls, U-15 Boys, U-17 Boys, U-17 Girls, U-16 Girls (District), Women’s and Men’s divisions.

What began as over 300 teams and 6,000 athletes, was down to a final two teams, who were facing off in the 105th running of the Soccer For Life competition. 

As a variety of storylines played out across the youth divisions, the two senior divisions were writing their names in the history books. 

Scarborough GS United won an eighth straight Women’s Ontario Cup, solidifying them as the most successful team in the history of the division. 

On the men’s side, Gloucester Celtic continued to put its stamp on the Ontario Cup, winning their third Ontario Cup in the last eight years. 

Both sides are building dynasties in their respective divisions. 

The next Ontario Cup finals will take place on the Sept. 18-19 weekend. The U-13 Boys, U-13 Girls, U-16 Boys District, U-14 Girls and U-16 Girls final will complete their Ontario Cup campaigns. All the game will be broadcast live on Ontario Soccer’s livestream channel. Subscribe to be notified when matches kick-off. 

For full recaps of all the Ontario Cup finals, click the links below for match reports, photos, highlights and full match video. 

Games from this weekend:  

Scarborough GS United win eighth straight Women’s Ontario Cup title 

Gloucester Celtic wins third Ontario Cup in eight years

Mississauga Dixie come from behind to win the U-14 Boys Ontario Cup 

Late heroics help Dorchester SC Alliance capture U-15 Girls Ontario Cup

Glen Shields Juve FC cruise to U-15 Boys Ontario Cup title 

Milton Magic dominant in capturing U-17 Boys Ontario Cup championship

Windsor Caboto Strikers Blue win U-16 Girls District Ontario Cup

Late goal secures the U-17 Girls Ontario Cup for Mississauga Dixie Athletics 

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

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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.

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