CSA Web Site Gets a New Look

Ottawa, Ontario – The Canadian Soccer Association today launched its newly designed and improved web-site www.canadasoccer.com. The new site was redesigned in an effort to make it more user friendly, allow browsers to access information more quickly and provide a fresh look. Several new features have also been added to provide fans with everything they need to follow and be involved in the sport of soccer in Canada.

Ottawa, Ontario – The Canadian Soccer Association today launched its newly designed and improved web-site www.canadasoccer.com. The new site was redesigned in an effort to make it more user friendly, allow browsers to access information more quickly and provide a fresh look. Several new features have also been added to provide fans with everything they need to follow and be involved in the sport of soccer in Canada.
The web site boasts new features such as an Online Store, Soccer Chat Room and expanded Fan Zone. Using the Online Store, the public and fans can purchase CSA merchandise such as toques, scarves, pins, badges and pennants at affordable prices with the convenience of shopping from home. Fans can access the store through our new Fan Zone, which features the popular Soccer Talk and Fun and Games section. A new Soccer Chat Room has been added for fans to communicate instantly with one another on topics of their choice. Fans who log on to the Chat Room are encouraged to set-up their own chat rooms for discussions on soccer issues in Canada. Ticket information, computer wallpapers and other features have been added as well to the Fan Zone.
The Canadians Abroad section has expanded to include a detailed list of Canadian national team players competing abroad as well as a list of Canadians playing in various leagues around the world. This section also includes up to date information on player trials, transfers and injuries as well as regular player features.
The web site continues to improve and expand on its Coaching Centre and Referee Centre providing coaches and referees with tips, codes of conduct, drills and other important coaching and referee information.
Canadasoccer.com continues to be a great source of information for all of Canada’s national teams with detailed statistics on recent results, upcoming games, player bios, caps and other pertinent information on our national team program. Detailed bios include head and shoulder shots while the Photo Gallery features and impressive and varied array of photos from various tournaments, international games, and CSA events.
Please take the opportunity to visit the new web-site of the CSA, at www.canadasoccer.com. The CSA welcomes your feedback on the site.

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