• Canada vs Jamaica - September 2nd - BMO Field



    Tickets for Canada vs Jamaica in the supporters section are now on sale.

    Tickets are $20 and include a shirt available at the pre game bar.

    We have sections 112, 113 and 114 reserved.


    • Please buy merchandise and tickets as separate orders.  
    • All tickets will be emailed in the last week of August.  
    • If you want to add more people to your order, all orders will be consolidated and seated together.
    • Each ticket includes a shirt available only at the pre game bar.
    • Scarves, hats, toques and other cool stuff will also be available pre game.

    Pre game is at Shoeless Joe's - We will be there early so people can pick up their shirts and buy lots of stuff.  Currently that is 2pm


    25% off all Voyageurs Gear when you buy tickets

    Once you buy tickets to a game from us, you get 25% off all Voyageurs gear in our store.  You need to complete the ticket purchase first. 


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    If you are with a group or a TFC or Ottawa Supporters Group, check the group tickets section

    If you want to create a group, contact socceronly@gmail.com





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    • Result and details of the Saturday June 24, 2017 League 1 Ontario game between
      Aurora FC and North Mississauga Panthers played at Highland Park in Aurora
      at 9:00pm.

      34 min...Panthers Andi Motina GOAL...NMP Sundin Esperance takes a long throw-in
      from the left and Motina recovers the ball at about 20 yards near the center.
      He has a first shot blocked but recovers a few steps to the right and shoots
      a low 18 yarder to the left corner of the net beyond sprawling goalie
      Nicholas Luciani.

      Final Score:......Aurora FC.......0.......North Mississauga Panthers......1...

      Attendance was about 30 for this late night game with thousands of mosquitoes.
      It was moved from Aurora's regular venue at St Maximillion Kolbe HS because
      the school had booked an event before the schedule first came out a team
      official answered me. The Aurora women's team was still playing Vaughan
      when I arrived. Vaughan won that game 2-1 to make it a miserable day for
      both Aurora L1O teams.

      I didn't expect to be here but the Master's vs Sanjaxx game was postponed
      for a week and a half I suppose by request because Master's had played
      a midweek Cup game on Wednesday. I hadn't been to Highland Park since
      2002--I believe watching York Region Shooters. This facility isn't too
      far from their regular venue. It has natural grass, no scoreboard, and
      limiting parking. A clubhouse facility makes it hard to determine how
      many people were watching. Also the field looked like it sloped downhill
      to the west. I saw the last twenty minutes of the ladies game and it was
      played in the west end but that may have been because Aurora was pressing
      for a tying goal. It didn't seem to be a factor in the men's game.

      Referee Kuizan Weekes gave out three Yellow cards (two to Aurora).
      Both coaches would have liked more cards--to their opponents of course!
      I know the officials consulted about the lights and now I realize that must
      have played a factor to how they managed the game. The game ended at 10:59pm
      at three minutes of added time and exactly one minute later the stadium
      lights went off! Must have been some city bylaw for an 11:00pm curfew.
      Some fans in the parking lot turned on their car headlights to help
      the players get off the field.

      Roberto Custodio Caranzza earned the shutout for North Mississauga.
      He made a few key stops but was greatly aided by this defenders
      of Daniel Whyte, Mathew Monteiro, Tom Wrobel, and Sundin Esperance
      clearing a lot of balls into the box or blocking shots. Black numbers
      on red uniforms were especially difficult to see with the just adequate
      brightness of the stadium lights. (Thanks again to Andi Motina for
      stitching his goal together for my recap).

      Panthers looked the more likely team to score to increase their lead
      in the second half. 51 minutes had AFC Frederic Ameyaw take a freekick
      from 28 yards after a teammate dummied and the goalie pushed the shot
      wide left of the post. 62 minutes had NMP Sundin Esperance take
      a cornerkick from the left that had NMP Andi Motina head an 8 yarder
      just over the bar. 80 minutes had NMP Lee-Victor Massunda cross from
      25 yards on the left and Motina headed a 10 yarder wide right. 90 minutes
      had NMP Mathew Monteiro recover a clearance and blast a 28 yarder from
      the left that the goalie palmed over the bar.

      North Mississauga improves their record to 3 wins, 6 losses, 0 ties
      for 9 points and sixth place in the West. While there's no playoffs
      except a one-off East-West championship game and there's not much chance
      of getting to that game nearing the halfway mark of the season,
      Panthers won their second round L1O Cup match over Toronto FC III
      ten days ago to advance to the semi-finals of that competition.
      The North Miss women's team won the inaugural L1O Cup for women in 2015.

      Aurora's record falls to 1 win, 7 losses, 1 tie for 4 points and seventh
      place out of eight in the East.

      Rocket Robin
      twitter @RocketRobin01
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    • Our passing accuracy of 59% (85 for them) was abysmal. I think that is a new low for us. Possession? 73 to 27 for Minni. Really poor. Shots were actually not too bad for a road game as they took 17 to our 11 and on target was 7 to 5. The abysmal passing bothers me the most. That is the heart and soul of soccer and we totally sucked at it.
    • I don't think Larin is entering rehabilitation in the traditional sense, he's entering the "MLS Substance Abuse and Behavioural Health Program and Policy." Who knows what that is.
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