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CSA Proposes Fee Increases

Posted on 1 May 2000 at 00:00 AM EST in Canadian Soccer Association

Ottawa, Ontario - The Canadian Soccer Association today announced that it has completed its preliminary financial analysis of the “Blueprint for Success” document it released last week. More

CSA Appoints New Head Coaches

Posted on 17 April 2000 at 00:00 AM EST in Canadian Soccer Association

Ottawa, Ontario - The Canadian Soccer Association today announced the appointment of Len Vickery as the head coach of the newly-formed Women's Under-17 Team and Stuart Neely as head coach of the newly-formed Women's Under-19 Team. More

CSA Medical Committee Advisories

Posted on 13 April 2000 at 00:00 AM EST in Canadian Soccer Association

Ottawa, Ontario - The Canadian Soccer Association and the CSA Sport Medicine Committee today issued a joint statement on the effects of heading the ball and the use of supplements. More

Wilson Resigns from CSA

Posted on 3 April 2000 at 00:00 AM EST in Canadian Soccer Association

Canadian Soccer Association President Jim Fleming today announced the resignation of National Teams Manager Les Wilson, who has been with the Association since 1983. More

Canada Takes First Step in Hosting Tournament

Posted on 12 January 2000 at 23:00 PM EST in Canadian Soccer Association

OTTAWA, ONTARIO - The Canadian Soccer Association today announced it has requested the hosting guidelines from FIFA for the 2003 World Youth Championship (Under-20) in the hopes of staging the event in North America for the first time."We have requested this information from FIFA with a view to More

Canadian soccer purchases new Ottawa headquarters

Posted on 16 April 1996 at 00:00 AM EST in Canadian Soccer Association

The Canadian Soccer Association today announced that it has purchased its own new national office headquarters. The building, located at 237 Metcalfe Street in downtown Ottawa (at the corner of Somerset St.), is a three-story, 11,000-sq foot Victorian style heritage building built in 1876, extensively refurbished in recent years. More

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