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SC Toronto

SC Toronto
SC Toronto crest
Full name Soccer Club of Toronto
Nickname(s) Supra, the Eagles
Founded 2001
Ground Lamport Stadium
Toronto, Ontario
Ground Capacity 9,600
Chairman Jose DaSilva
Manager Doug McNaught
League Canadian Soccer League
2011 Regular season: 1st
Playoffs: Quarter-finals
Website Club home page

SC Toronto is a Canadian soccer team, founded in 2001. The team is a member of the Canadian Soccer League, a league not sanctioned by a FIFA-recognized body. The club plays its home games at Lamport Stadium in the city of Toronto, Ontario.

History

From their inception until 2005 the team played simply as Toronto Supra, but changed their name prior to the beginning of the 2006 season to Portuguese Supra to acknowledge the club’s ties to the local Portuguese community in Toronto. Other name changes came in 2008, this time to Portugal FC,[1] and in 2011 to their current name, SC Toronto.[2]

SC Toronto represents the highest level pro team of the Soccer Club of Toronto, a volunteer based community-run youth soccer club operating in the Central/South area of Toronto since 1997.[3]

Colours and badge

With the name change from Toronto Portuguese Supra to Portugal FC, there was a change in the badge in 2008. The club would re-brand again in 2011, becoming SC Toronto, introducing a new crest but keeping the team colours of white and black.

Notable former players

Year-by-year

Year Division League Regular Season Playoffs
2001 "1" CPSL 3rd Final
2002 "1" CPSL 7th, Eastern Did not qualify
2003 "1" CPSL 2nd, Eastern Semi-Finals
2004 "1" CPSL 1st, Eastern Semi-Finals
2005 "1" CPSL 4th, Eastern Did not qualify
2006 "1" CSL 4th, International Quarter-Finals
2007 "1" CSL 5th, International Did not qualify
2008 "1" CSL 4th, International Semi-Finals
2009 "1" CSL 4th, International Quarter-Finals
2010 "1" CSL 5th Semi-Finals
2011 "1" CSL current

Managers

Stadia

The current Portuguese community club plays in Lamport Stadium.[6] From 2001-07, the club had played at Centennial Park Stadium.

Reserve Squad

SC Toronto reserves play in the CSL 2nd division. as of 29 May 2011

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
GK Quillan Roberts
GK Matt Dias
DF Blake Rich
DF Raffaele Nesci
DF Jorgo Nika
DF Adam Polakiewicz
DF Paolo Rogato
DF Shane Satar
MF Bryce Alderson
No. Position Player
MF Travin Cain
MF Nick Radosavljević
MF Raphael Reynolds
FW Afekjade Egivue
FW Alexandros Halis
FW Omari Morris
FW Chris Mendes
FW Terence Linatoc
FW Jamari Ambursley

References

  1. ^ New Vision for 2008
  2. ^ "CSL ANNOUNCES 14 TEAMS.........Mississauga Eagles FC, Ottawa, Windsor Stars are new". official website.  
  3. ^ "The Soccer Club of Toronto". official website. Soccer Club of Toronto. Retrieved 2011-07-03. 
  4. ^ "York Lions Bio". Retrieved 15 August 2011. 
  5. ^ "DANIEL AMARAL NEW HEAD COACH OF PORTUGAL FC". 2009-04-17. Retrieved 2009-05-28. 
  6. ^ 2008 - Portugal FC will be at Lamport Stadium
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External links

  • SC Toronto
  • Canadian Soccer League
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