SAAC Spring Results

SAAC News Release:

As another enthralling spring season in SAAC comes to a close, it is time to announce the champions in each respective division. We would like to thank all SAAC Academies for participating and making it another spring season to remember.

U14 – Male 

Rush Canada has taken the crown after being two points back prior to the last game of the season. It was down to the wire, but they secured the title with a win over Premier SI on August 21.

U14 – Female

Congratulations to FC Durham Academy for finishing first place this year. They finished the season with an undefeated record of five-wins and two-draws.

U15 – Male 

Congratulations to Toronto Skillz for finishing first place this year. Finishing the season with an overall record of eight-wins, one-loss and one-draw is quite the feat. FC Durham can pull into a tie with Skillz if they take a win over ANB Futbol, but Toronto Skillz hold the tiebreaker with a 2-1 win over FC Durham.

U16 – Male 

Congratulations to ANB Futbol for finishing first place this year. ANB went undefeated with seven-wins and three-draws during the course of the season.

U16 – Female

Congratulations to FC Durham for a stellar season! It came down to the last game of the season, but FC Durham was able to edge out Rush Canada to become this years U16 Female Champions. They finished with a record of eight-wins, one-tie and one-loss.

U17 – Male 

Congratulations to FC Durham for finishing in the top spot this year. An error was recently fixed to the final standings. It was a close race between Durham and Eurostar, but with a record of seven-wins and three-draws, they were able to cement themselves at the top of the table.

U20 – Male 

Congratulations to Sigma FC for finishing in the top spot this year. Maintaining an undefeated record of eight-wins and two-draws is a great accomplishment. Well done!



FC Durham: A proven development ground for College athletes

FC Durham Academy is five weeks away from the opening of the 2016 Summer Female College Prep Program and the return of 17 FCD 2014 and 2015 Graduates. This program is designed to provide female college players an environment for the summer months that has one objective in mind – their preparation for their upcoming fall college season here.


Spring champions crowned



Our 2015 Academy League Spring Season wrapped up July 19th and six teams booked their tickets into the Academy Cup Finals to be held November 14-15, 2015 at Centennial Stadium in Toronto.

FC Durham led the way with three titles as their U14, U15 & Sr. Girls Squads topped their respective divisions. Power FC, Eurostar FA and 1v1 Soccer FC took the U16M, U17M and U20 Spring titles respectively.

FC Durham U14M went a perfect 10-0-0 in the spring season, not allowing Toronto Skillz to make up any ground after defeating them 6-4 early in the season.  They put in a dominating performance, finishing with a +41 goal differential.

The U15M Division was a close affair, with three teams finishing within two points of 1st place.  FC Durham once again took home the silverware, finishing one point up on Pro Stars FC and two points up on Master’s FA.

Power FC prevented FC Durham from adding another title by finishing top of the U16M Division. A late season victory over 2nd place FC Durham ensured the Cup would head to Power FC.

It was another dominant performance in the U17M Division – this time by Eurostar FA, who ran the table with a 10-0-0 record.  Sigma FC were there closest rivals, finishing seven points back. As a result of this performance, Eurostar will play the Fall season in the U20M Division.

The U20M race went down to the wire as a 3-1 victory over Sigma FC clinched the title for 1v1 Soccer FC. These teams, along with 2nd place Rush Canada, were separated by only four points at the end of the season.

FC Durham White were deserving winners of the Senior Girls Division after an impressive undefeated Spring Season.  They finished seven points clear of 2nd place Rush Canada.

The Fall season kicked off July 25 and will run until November 8, 2015.  Along with the above divisions, SAAC has also introduced an U20 Women’s Division for the Fall, with the hopes of having it as a full-year Division in 2016.