2011 Canadian Soccer League season

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Givova Canadian Soccer League
First Division
Season2011
ChampionsSC Toronto (regular season)
Toronto Croatia (playoffs)
Matches played181
Goals scored607 (3.35 per match)
Top goalscorerStefan Vukovic 18
Biggest home winSC Toronto 8–0 Windsor Stars
(2 September 2011)
Biggest away winSt. Catharines Wolves 0-4 Windsor Stars
(22 July 2011)
Montreal Impact Academy 0-4 SC Toronto
(30 July 2011)
St. Catharines Wolves 1-5 TFC Academy
(3 August 2011)
London City 1-5 Capital City F.C.
(5 August 2011)
Brampton United 0-4 Toronto Croatia
(4 September 2011)
Brantford Galaxy 0-4 Capital City F.C.
(10 September 2011)
North York Astros 1-5 Toronto Croatia
(11 September 2011)
Highest scoringMontreal Impact Academy 7–2 North York Astros
(2 July 2011)
(9 goals)
2010
2012

The 2011 Canadian Soccer League season (known as the Givova Canadian Soccer League for sponsorship reasons) was the 14th since its establishment where a total of 28 teams from Ontario and Quebec took part in the league. The season began on Saturday 6 May 2011, and concluded on 29 October 2011. Toronto Croatia won their fourth championship (seventh including Canadian National Soccer League titles) in a 1–0 victory over Capital City F.C. in the CSL Championship final at Centennial Park Stadium in Toronto.[1][2] The regular season saw SC Toronto claim their second regular season title, while Mississauga Eagles FC B won their first Second Division championship.[3] The season saw an increase in membership to 14 teams the largest amount since the 2002 season.[4] The new entries saw the return of professional soccer to the communities of Windsor, Mississauga, and Ottawa.

After one season as commissioner Domenic Di Gironimo resigned with Vincent Ursini returning to be named his successor.[5][6] The 2011 season witnessed the fruits of the CSL player developmental system as nine CSL players were selected to represent the Canada U-17 in the 2011 CONCACAF U-17 Championship.[7] While 14 CSL players participated in the 2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup, and 4 players were selected to represent the Canada U-20 in the 2011 CONCACAF U-20 Championship.[8][9] To further implement their developmental system the league formed a working relationship with the newly formed Canadian Academy Of Futbol (CAF), which required their member clubs to form affiliations with academy teams.[10]

The ownership structure of the league was reformed into a incorporated body as the CSL Association Inc in order to bring about a slow process of equalization to the status of teams, while compensating the equity owners who had heavily invested in league throughout the years.[11] The reserve division was renamed the Second Division and grew to a record amount of 14 clubs.[12] As a result, in the increase of teams the division was further split into an East and West division. The second division continued its traditional support role as reserve teams to First Division squads, and as an entry level division for teams that haven't met the standards for a first division club.[13] Their television deal with Rogers TV included a new broadcasting record of 70 regular season matches, and have expanded their original coverage of Toronto teams to include the cities of London, Brantford, Mississauga, and Ottawa.[14][15]

Changes from 2010[edit]

The CSL operated 2 divisions in 2011; First and Second.[16] The reserve division has been referred to in some media releases as CSL II.

The Givova Cup play-offs were announced to include the top 8 teams.[17] The quarter-final round was played over 2 legs and standard seeding with 1 v 8, 2 v 7, 3 v 6 and 4 v 5.

Teams[edit]

A total of 14 teams contested in the league, including 11 from the 2010 season and three expansion teams.[18]

The league featured two expansion teams, Mississauga Eagles FC, an Ottawa-based team called Capital City, and the return of Windsor Stars.[19][20][21] Hamilton Croatia and Milltown FC did not return for the 2011 season after failing to meet the membership deadline for the 2011 season.[22] Milltown FC owner Dino Rossi announced future plans to form a breakaway league under the jurisdiction of the Ontario Soccer Association.[23][24][25][26]

In further changes, two teams changed their name prior to this season. Brampton Lions competed under the name of Brampton United,[27] while Portugal FC were renamed SC Toronto.[22]

Team City Stadium Manager
Brampton City United Brampton, Ontario (Bramalea) Victoria Park Stadium Armando Costa
Brantford Galaxy Brantford, Ontario Steve Brown Sports Complex Lazo Džepina[28]
Capital City F.C. Ottawa, Ontario Terry Fox Stadium Shaun Harris[29]
London City London, Ontario (Westmount) Cove Road Stadium Luka Shaqiri[30]
Mississauga Eagles FC Mississauga, Ontario Hershey Centre Josef Komlodi[31]
Montreal Impact Academy Montreal, Quebec Saputo Stadium Philippe Eullaffroy[32]
North York Astros Toronto, Ontario (North York) Esther Shiner Stadium Gerardo Lezcano[33]
SC Toronto Toronto, Ontario (Liberty Village) Lamport Stadium Carmine Isacco[34]
Serbian White Eagles Toronto, Ontario (Etobicoke) Centennial Park Stadium Nikola Budalic[35]
St. Catharines Wolves St. Catharines, Ontario (Vansickle) Club Roma Stadium Carlo Arghittu[36]
TFC Academy Toronto, Ontario (Liberty Village) Lamport Stadium Danny Dichio[37]
Toronto Croatia Toronto, Ontario (Etobicoke) Centennial Park Stadium Velimir Crljen[38]
York Region Shooters Vaughan, Ontario (Maple) St. Joan Of Arc Turf Field Filipe Bento[39]
Windsor Stars Windsor, Ontario Windsor Stadium Steve Vagnini[40]

Results[edit]

Home \ Away BRA BNF CC LON MIS MTL NYA SCT SER STC TFCA TOR WIN YRS
Brampton United 4–0 4–3 5–2 2–1 4–0 5–0 2–4 3–3 2–1 3–2 0–4 4–1 3–0
Brantford Galaxy 0–1 0–4 1–0 2–1 4–1 0–0 1–2 0–0 5–3 2–3 0–1 1–0 3–2
Capital City 2–1 3–2 4–1 0–0 3–0 5–0 0–2 2–1 6–0 4–1 0–2 2–0 0–0
London City 0–2 1–1 1–5 2–4 1–1 2–0 1–3 1–3 1–2 2–1 0–2 1–0 1–3
Mississauga Eagles 3–1 2–0 0–1 1–0 1–3 4–0 0–2 0–1 5–1 5–1 2–1 1–1 2–0
Montreal Impact Academy 3–0 6–1 1–1 2–0 2–1 7–2 0–4 3–0 5–1 3–1 1–1 5–0 3–1
North York Astros 1–1 1–2 1–2 1–2 1–2 1–3 0–3 1–4 1–1 1–5 0–0 1–3
SC Toronto 5–2 4–1 0–0 4–2 2–1 2–0 4–0 1–1 5–1 1–0 0–1 8–0 2–1
Serbian White Eagles 3–1 2–1 0–1 1–2 0–0 2–2 1–0 0–2 7–1 1–0 1–1 2–0 0–0
St. Catharines Wolves 0–2 2–4 0–0 5–1 0–4 1–1 2–1 0–2 0–1 1–5 0–0 0–4 1–2
TFC Academy 1–4 0–1 1–2 1–1 1–2 3–1 1–1 2–1 1–2 7–0 2–0 5–2 0–1
Toronto Croatia 2–2 4–0 2–0 2–0 3–0 5–2 6–2 4–2 1–0 1–2 2–1 5–0 2–2
Windsor Stars 0–2 4–1 2–2 0–2 1–2 0–2 5–1 2–4 2–4 1–2 1–1 1–4 0–2
York Region Shooters 2–1 2–0 0–0 2–1 1–0 3–0 2–2 2–2 0–1 4–1 1–2 0–1 4–1
Updated to match(es) played on 10 October 2011. Source: http://canadiansoccerleague.com/schedules/1results.htm
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Positions by round[edit]

Team ╲ Round1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526
SC Toronto21111111111111111111111111
Toronto Croatia96743235775543322222222222
Capital City1310532322222322234433333333
Brampton United22475477656475543344566554
Serbian White Eagles64697654434767677567644445
Montreal Impact Academy1271168866543234456755788776
Mississauga Eagles4991010999888888888888877887
York Region Shooters118886542367656765676455668
Brantford Galaxy6111212121212101010999999999999999
TFC Academy153591010111212111111101010101010101010101010
London City913101111111112111112121212121212121212121212121211
St. Catharines Wolves432247889910101011111111111111111111111112
Windsor Stars1314141414141414141414141413131413131413131313131313
North York Astros812131313131313131313131314141314141314141414141414

Standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 SC Toronto (A, C) 26 20 3 3 71 24 +47 63 Qualified for the Givova Cup play-offs
2 Toronto Croatia (A, O) 26 18 5 3 62 21 +41 59
3 Capital City (A) 26 15 7 4 52 22 +30 52
4 Brampton United (A) 26 15 3 8 61 43 +18 48
5 Serbian White Eagles (A) 26 13 7 6 41 26 +15 46
6 Montreal Impact Academy (A) 26 13 5 8 57 43 +14 44
7 Mississauga Eagles (A) 26 13 3 10 44 29 +15 42
8 York Region Shooters (A) 26 12 6 8 40 30 +10 42
9 Brantford Galaxy 26 9 3 14 33 53 −20 30
10 TFC Academy 25 8 3 14 43 44 −1 27
11 London City 26 6 3 17 28 56 −28 21
12 St. Catharines Wolves 26 5 4 17 28 77 −49 19
13 Windsor Stars 26 3 4 19 28 67 −39 13
14 North York Astros 25 0 6 19 19 72 −53 6
Updated to match(es) played on 10 October 2011. Source: http://www.rocketrobinsoccerintoronto.com/reports11/11cslw23.htm
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(A) Advance to a further round; (C) Champion; (O) Play-off winner.

Goal scorers[edit]

Final statistics as of 10 October 2011[41]

Rank Scorer Club Goals
1 Canada Stefan Vuković TFC Academy 18
2 Jamaica Richard West Brampton United 17
Croatia Tihomir Maletić Toronto Croatia 17
4 Canada Kadian Lecky[42] York Region Shooters 15
5 Canada Alexandros Halis[43] SC Toronto 14
6 Brazil Sullivan Silva Capital City F.C. 12
7 Canada Jarek Whiteman[44] SC Toronto 11
Canada Miloš Šćepanović[45] Serbian White Eagles 11
8 Canada Alessandro Riggi Montreal Impact Academy 10
Canada Alex Braletic[46] Serbian White Eagles 9
Canada Matthew Contino St. Catharines Wolves 9
9 Serbia Ranko Golijanin Brantford Galaxy 8

Playoffs[edit]

The top 8 teams will qualify for the 2-legged Quarter-finals with the winners advancing to the one game semi-finals to be hosted by the highest remaining seeds.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
SC Toronto (1) 4 – 4
(2 – 4) pen.
(8) York Region Shooters 0 – 1 4 – 3
Toronto Croatia (2) 8 – 1 (7) Mississauga Eagles FC 4 – 0 4 – 1
Capital City F.C. (3) 3 – 2 (6) Montreal Impact Academy 1 – 1 2 – 1
Brampton United (4) 0 – 8 (5) Serbian White Eagles 0 – 2 0 – 6
Semi-Final Final
      
2 Toronto Croatia 2
8 York Region Shooters 0
2 Toronto Croatia 1
3 Capital City F.C. 0
3 Capital City F.C. 5
5 Serbian White Eagles 0

Quarterfinals[edit]

Semifinals[edit]

Givova CSL Championship[edit]

Toronto Croatia1–0Capital City F.C.
Hayden Fitzwilliams Goal 18' Report
Attendance: 1800
Referee: David Barrie (Ontario)

Assistant referees:
Matt Meloche
Scott Decker
Fourth official:
Justin Tasev

CSL Executive Committee and Staff[edit]

The 2011 CSL Executive Committee.[47]

Position Name Nationality
Commissioner: Vincent Ursini Canada Canadian
Director of Media and PR: Stan Adamson England English
League Administrator: Pino Jazbec Canada Canadian
Director of Officials: Tony Camacho Portugal Portuguese

Individual awards[edit]

Toronto Croatia club president Joe Pavicic was given the Harry Paul Gauss award

The annual CSL awards ceremony was held at the Mississauga Convention Centre in Mississauga, Ontario on 14 November 2011.[48] The majority of the awards went to league champions Toronto Croatia. Tihomir Maletic received his second consecutive MVP award, and Sven Arapovic was given the Defender of the Year for his contributions in establishing Toronto's solid defensive record. Velemir Crljen went home with the Coach of the Year, while club president Joe Pavicic was given the Harry Paul Gauss award.

The Golden Boot was taken by Stefan Vukovic of TFC Academy, and Scott Cliff of SC Toronto was voted the Goalkeeper of the Year. Capital City FC produced the Rookie of the Year with Akil DeFreitas, who later went abroad to the Veikkausliiga. Niagara United received their first Fair Play award for being the most disciplined team throughout the season. The CSL Referee Committee selected David Barrie, a veteran national referee with the Referee of the Year. Rogers TV producer Jeremy Milani was given a special service award for promoting CSL matches throughout the years.

Award Player (Club)
CSL Most Valuable Player Tihomir Maletic (Toronto Croatia)
CSL Golden Boot Stefan Vukovic (TFC Academy)
CSL Goalkeeper of the Year Award Scott Cliff (SC Toronto)
CSL Defender of the Year Award Sven Arapovic (Toronto Croatia)
CSL Rookie of the Year Award Akil DeFreitas (Capital City FC)
CSL Coach of the Year Award Velimir Crljen (Toronto Croatia)
Harry Paul Gauss Award Joe Pavicic (Toronto Croatia)
CSL Referee of the Year Award David Barrie
CSL Fair Play Award Niagara United
Special Award Jeremy Milani

Second Division[edit]

Canadian Soccer League
Second Division
Season2011
ChampionsMississauga Eagles FC B
Supporters' ShieldSC Toronto B (East Conference)
Niagara United (West Conference)
Matches played126
Goals scored525 (4.17 per match)
Top goalscorerJorgo Nika (16)
2010
2012

The CSL Second Division was originally set up to be the Reserve League. In 2011, that was adjusted to include an academy team, Kingston Prospect FC and 2 clubs (Niagara United and Kitchener Waterloo United FC) which didn't meet the standards for a First Division club by the deadline date.[49] Currently there are no formal plans for promotion and relegation. One rule that was implemented in the 2011 season was that teams must have a maximum of 4 U-23 players in their rosters. The division expanded to a record amount of 14 teams, and was split into an East and West division. Other new additions to the division was the return of Toronto Croatia's reserve squad, and the debut of London City's reserve team.[50] During the regular season both Niagara United, and SC Toronto B secured their Second Division titles. While in the postseason Mississauga Eagles B defeated Brampton United B to claim their first CSL D2 Championship.

Teams[edit]

Team City Stadium Manager
Brampton City United B Brampton, Ontario Victoria Park Stadium Mike DiMatteo
Brantford Galaxy B Brantford, Ontario Steve Brown Sports Complex Peter Pompoino[51]
Kitchener Waterloo United FC Waterloo, Ontario Budd Park Lazo Džepina
London City B London, Ontario Cove Road Stadium Aldo Caranci
Mississauga Eagles FC B Mississauga, Ontario Hershey Centre Josef Komlodi[52]

Alex Szczotka[52]

Niagara United Niagara, Ontario Kalar Sports Park James McGillivray[53]
North York Astros B Toronto, Ontario Esther Shiner Stadium Kerwin Skeete[54]
Kingston Prospect FC Kingston, Ontario St. Joan Of Arc Turf Field Jimmy Hamrouni
SC Toronto B Toronto, Ontario Lamport Stadium Patrice Gheisar
Serbian White Eagles B Toronto, Ontario Centennial Park Stadium Nikola Budalic
St. Catharines Wolves B St. Catharines, Ontario Club Roma Stadium Carlo Arghittu
TFC Academy II Liberty Village, Toronto Lamport Stadium Jim Brennan[55]
Toronto Croatia B Toronto, Ontario Centennial Park Stadium
York Region Shooters B Vaughan, Ontario St. Joan Of Arc Turf Field

Second Division East Standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 SC Toronto B 18 14 2 2 64 14 +50 44
2 Brampton City United B 19 13 3 3 39 16 +23 42
3 York Region Shooters B 19 9 4 6 49 34 +15 31
4 TFC Academy II 19 10 0 9 49 30 +19 30
5 Serbian White Eagles B 19 9 2 8 38 46 −8 29
6 North York Astros B 17 7 3 7 30 34 −4 24
7 Kingston Prospect FC 19 3 0 16 19 82 −63 9
Updated to match(es) played on 8-Oct-2011. Source: http://canadiansoccerleague.com/schedules/res_standings.htm
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.

Second Division West Standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Niagara United 18 9 6 3 45 19 +26 33
2 Mississauga Eagles B (O) 18 10 2 6 53 40 +13 32
3 Brantford Galaxy SC B 18 9 1 8 40 38 +2 28
4 Kitchener Waterloo United FC 19 6 7 6 32 34 −2 25
5 London City B 18 6 3 9 35 55 −20 21
6 St. Catharines Wolves B 19 3 2 14 21 47 −26 11
7 Toronto Croatia B 18 1 5 12 11 36 −25 8
Updated to match(es) played on 8-Oct-2011. Source: http://canadiansoccerleague.com/schedules/res_standings.htm
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(O) Play-off winner.

Final[edit]

Top Goal Scorers[edit]

CSL League Administrator Pino Jazbec (right) presenting the CSL Fair Play and Respect to Derek Paterson (left) of Niagara United
Rank Player Club Goals
1 Canada Jorgo Nika SC Toronto B 16
2 Canada Derek Paterson Niagara United 14
3 Philippines Terence Linatoc SC Toronto B 10
4 Canada Alex DeMatos North York Astros B 10
5 Canada Brendan Woodfull TFC Academy B 10
6 Canada Jeremy Caranci London City B 9
7 Canada Donavan Wilson Brampton City United B 9
8 Canada Jordan Hamilton TFC Academy B 9
9 Omar Nakeeb Mississauga Eagles FC B 8
10 Jonathan Singh Brampton City United B 7

Updated: 23 October 2016
Source: https://web.archive.org/web/20111114235010/http://canadiansoccerleague.com/

Individual awards[edit]

Award Player (Club)
CSL Most Valuable Player Jorgo Nika (SC Toronto B)
CSL Golden Boot Jorgo Nika (SC Toronto B)
CSL Goalkeeper of the Year Award Ryan Pumier (KW United FC)
CSL Defender of the Year Award Oliver Spring (SC Toronto B)
CSL Rookie of the Year Award Jeremy Caranci (London City B)
CSL Coach of the Year Award James McGillivray (Niagara United)

International Friendlies[edit]

Toronto Croatia participated in the 2nd Croatian World Club Championship in order to defend their title.[56] They successfully claimed their second championship after defeating Canberra Croatia.[57]

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