St. Kitts Wolves go after second soccer win

Capital City FC will open its inaugural Canadian Soccer League season this weekend to bring professional soccer back to Ottawa for the first time since the Ottawa Wizards era ended in 2003.

Capital City FC owner Neil Malhotra, who helped grow his Claridge Homes family business to be the largest condominium developer and the second largest home builder in the capital, will kickoff his season on Friday evening at the Terry Fox Athletic Facility located at Mooney’s Bay.

The opener is not an easy one against visiting Toronto Croatia, looking to make amends for their 2011 opening game loss to St. Catharines Wolves, 2-1, May 15.

CSL champions Brantford Galaxy will begin their season at home against Windsor Stars after the Galaxy home opener was washed out on May 15 and North York Astros start their campaign visiting Maple just north of Toronto where they meet the always tough, 2010 First Division winners York Region Shooters.

There are eight First Division games scheduled in the CSL this Victoria Day holiday weekend and that’s complemented by an additional five games in the Second Division.


Friday, May 20
Terry Fox Stadium 7:00 PM Capital City FC vs. Toronto Croatia
Centennial Stadium 8:00 PM Serbian White Eagles vs. Mississauga Eagles FC
Lamport Stadium 8:00 PM SC Toronto vs. London City

Saturday, May 21
St. Joan of Arc 5:00 PM York Region Shooters vs. North York Astros
Marie Victorin 5:00 PM Montreal Impact Academy vs. Toronto Croatia
Lamport Stadium 6:00 PM TFC Academy vs. Windsor Stars

Sunday, May 22

Victoria Park 3:00 PM Brampton City Utd vs. Mississauga Eagles FC
Lions Park 6:00 PM Brantford Galaxy vs. Windsor Stars


Saturday, May 21

St. Joan of Arc 12:00 PM North York Astros B vs. Serbian White Eagles B
St. Joan of Arc 2:00 PM SC Toronto B vs. United FC
St. Joan of Arc 7:00 PM York Region Shooters B vs. Toronto Croatia B
Kalma 7:00 PM Niagara United FC vs. TFC Academy II

Sunday, May 22

Victoria Park 5:30 PM Brampton City Utd B vs. St. Catharines Wolves B