Kingston FC moved into third place in the first division of the Canadian Soccer League with 1-0 win over Brampton in Brampton on Sunday.
The winning goal – by Oussama Slimani – came in the final minute of regulation time after both teams had failed to score for 90 minutes.
The win moved Kingston ahead of North York Astros.
It was Kingston’s third straight dramatic game. The team finished the season by defeating second place Croatia, tying first place York Region and finally defeating Brampton.
Kingston had already clinched a home playoff on Saturday but the move into third place means that if either York Region or Toronto Croatia loses their first playoff game – and Kingston wins its game – Kingston will get a second home game in two weeks.
Kingston’s reserves – who clinched first in the second division more than two weeks ago – defeated Brampton reserves 2-1 in today’s other game.
Kingston reserves finish the season with a 12-1-3 record, 12 wins, one loss and three ties. That loss – to York Region – came in the opening game of the season so the reserves went 15 straight games without a loss.
Kingston FC opens the playoffs at Queen’s West Campus Saturday. The reserves open their playoffs earlier Saturday in Belleville.