Kingston FC Fan Bus For 2nd Division Finals

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News Release from Kingston FC – October 21st, 2014

Through our sponsors, McCoy Bus Lines and Tours, Kingston FC is arranging a fan bus to take supporters to the Canadian Soccer League’s championships this Sunday in Toronto when Kingston reserves play Waterloo for the second division playoff championship.

The cost of the fan bus return trip to North York from Kingston or Belleville, as well as a ticket to watch both our CSL 2nd Division championship game against SC Waterloo at 1:00 PM and the 1st Division game between York Region and Toronto Croatia at 4:15 PM, is $45 for adults and $35 for youth of 13 and under. You can get your tickets online here.

The fan bus will leave the ARC in Kingston at 9:00 am, and stop at the Quinte Mall in Belleville at 10:00 am, and then roll onto North York in time for our 1 pm kick-off. The bus will depart North York immediately after the 1st Division game, and return to Belleville by 8 pm, and to the ARC in Kingston by 9 pm.

Kingston FC’s Semi-Final Games

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News Release from Kingston FC – October 15th, 2014

There are eight teams left in the Canadian Soccer League playoffs and two are from Kingston FC, making it the only CSL club left with a chance of a double – a championship victory for both its first and reserve teams.

Kingston’s first team plays its semi-final Saturday, October 18th at 7:00 pm at Mississauga’s Hershey Centre Field against Toronto Croatia, a team it defeated 5-4 in a dramatic comeback three weeks ago. Croatia finished second and Kingston third during the regular season. Kingston FC’s reserves – originally scheduled for Saturday — will now play Niagara United Reserves on Sunday, October 19th at 5:30 pm at Queen’s West Campus field in Kingston..

Sudden Death Pro Soccer on Saturday‏

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News Release from Kingston FC – October 9th, 2014

It’s sudden death time for both of Kingston FC’s professional soccer teams on Saturday.

Kingston’s reserves – which finished first in the Canadian Soccer League’s second division – and lost only one game all season – play first – at one o’clock at Mary Ann Sills Park in Belleville. Their opponents are Brampton a team they narrowly defeated 2-1 in the final game of the regular season last Sunday.

Kingston FC Home Field Advantage Secured

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News Release from Kingston FC – October 2nd, 2014

Kingston FC’s two soccer teams have clinched home field advantage for the first round of the playoff and the location and times of those first round playoff games have been set.

A week Saturday – October 11th – the reserve team will play at one o’clock at M. A. Sills Park in Belleville. Later that same day – Saturday, October 11th – the first team will play at 6-15 at Queen’s West Campus.

Both games are sudden death and will continue until a winner is decided even if that involves penalty kicks.

Kingston FC Double Header Sunday

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News Release from Kingston FC – September 18th, 2014

Thanks to its 3-1 win over Serbian White Eagles last weekend, Kingston FC is in fourth place in the Canadian Soccer League – which means home playoff advantage – it needs a win over Toronto Croatia Sunday to hold onto that spot and possibly move into third.

While the first team is still fighting to assure a home playoff spot, the reserve team has clinched first place in the second division and will host the first round of the playoffs. The reserves have won 11 games and tied once since losing the first game of the season.

Kingston FC in Waterloo Sunday

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News Release from Kingston FC – September 4th, 2014

Kingston FC is in Waterloo this Sunday in desperate need of a win if they are to host any home playoff games.

The team is in fifth place, one point behind North York and Burlington and one point ahead of London.

North York, Burlington and London are all in action this weekend so a win could see Kingston up as high as third or still mired in fifth.

New arrivals for Kingston FC’s games this Sunday‏

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News Release from Kingston FC – August 15th, 2014

Three players from the Cape Coral Hurricanes of the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) are joining Kingston FC for its games against Burlington in Burlington on Sunday.

The games are crucial especially for Kingston FC’s first team as Kingston – after last Sunday’s 2-2 tie with London – is in fifth place one point behind fourth place Burlington.

Kingston FC Watching the Standings and Preparing for Friday’s Game

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News Release from Kingston FC – August 13th, 2014

Kingston FC got some good news during its bye this past weekend – but also some bad news.

The good news is that while Kingston had the weekend off Burlington lost to both London City and North York and Toronto Croatia tied Waterloo meaning Kingston is still just one win away from second place in the Canadian Soccer League.

Croatia has 17 points; Burlington 16 and Kingston 14 so Kingston can catch Croatia and pass Burlington if they can defeat those two teams when they play them – and Kingston has a game in hand against Burlington.

Kingston FC Sunday Double Header at Home

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News Release from Kingston FC – July 30th, 2014

The Canadian Soccer League regular season has reached the half way mark and – despite a slow start caused in large part by a lot of injuries – Kingston FC is one of four teams in the hunt for second place in the 10-team 1st Division league.

Second place is important because it guarantees a team home field advantage right through to the league championship game in North York on October 26th.

As Kingston FC readies for its home game this Sunday afternoon at 1:00 pm against North York Astros, the squad sits in third place – just ahead of Toronto Croatia and Serbian White Eagles – and just behind Burlington SC.

Both Kingston FC Teams Headed to Niagara in Different Positions

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News Release from Kingston FC – July 24th, 2014

Kingston FC’s chances for a repeat of last season’s first place finish in the Canadian Soccer League seem to be fading away but Club President Joe Scanlon says his team is determined to finish no worse than second.

Second guarantees a team home field advantage in the playoffs.

Kingston is in fourth place as it heads to seventh place Niagara Saturday but is only five points behind second place Burlington.