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  • Fury FC announces U17/U19 sides in PLSQ for 2015


    This is a very exciting development for Ottawa soccer, especially in light of the USL Pro announcements from Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver in the past month. With the U15 boys capturing the SYL championships in their age category just last week, we had been wondering how OFFC was planning to fill out their developmental structure, with their newly restructured academy a big but not full part of the puzzle.

    With the U19 side being the highest level in the Fury FC Academy, the new PLSQ teams will consist of the U19 side competing in the first tier of the Division 3 league, while the U17 side will be competing in a newly created second tier of PLSQ.

    Duane Rollins has also stated that a L1O side may still come to Ottawa for 2016, and would most likely be a Fury FC affiliate, though this would be conjecture at this point. Other leagues that could still be considered for a Fury FC U23 reserve side in the future include NSPL and USL PDL.

    It is absolutely encouraging to see the Fury FC continue to put in the proper framework for the development of Ottawa-Gatineau soccer players. This is great news for Ottawa youths playing high-level soccer, and we hope to see further developments from Fury FC in the future.

    The addition of a U23 reserve side in NPSL or USL PDL will be the next priority, as well as bringing back a top women’s side, perhaps in League1 Ontario. We will be looking out for further announcements from the club on where the PLSQ academy sides will play their home games.

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