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Canadian Premier Futsal League Championship: Sunday April 22nd, Toronto


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The CPFL is hosting their championship final on Sunday April 22nd at 4:45pm at Seneca College Newnham Campus in Toronto. It'd be great to see as many Voyageurs there as possible. Entrance is free and if you park in Lot 5 parking has also been taken care of. Bring the kids or bring the boys and enjoy what will be the best futsal match on Canadian soil all year. The game generally lasts an hour and a half without OT.

Chances are you'll see some guys from the national team in the game.

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If anybody is in the Toronto area tonight at around 8:30pm you should definitely watch Real Toronto face Brampton City United for the CPFL Regular Season Championship along with a cool $3000. The game is at Seneca College (1750 Finch East right off the 404/DVP) and is free to get in along with Parking in Lot 5Here is how tight it is at the top along with the possibilities.

1- Brampton City 28 pts with 1 game remaining vs Real Toronto

2- Real Toronto 27 pts with 1 game remaining vs Brampton City

3- Toronto Boca Juniors 27 pts with 1 game remaining vs Scarborough

So if Brampton City United or Real Toronto win the game tonight the win the regular season title. If they draw and Toronto Boca Juniors win their game at 7:15pm tonight vs Scarborough then they will win the title.

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One last message to my fellow Voyageurs.

The 2012 CPFL Championship is taking place this Sunday April 22nd at 4:45pm at Seneca College Newham Campus and will be the most intense futsal match on Canadian soil of the season.

#1 ranked Brampton City United and will face their bitter rivals the #2 ranked Toronto Boca Juniors in what is sure to be an epic clash between two of Canada's elite futsal clubs. If you have never been to a live futsal match this is definitely the one you want to make your first. With futsal now being a gold medal sport at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto here is your chance to see some Canadian national team players that will be attempting to qualify for the 2012 FIFA Futsal World Cup in Thailand.

Parking is free and admission $1 which will go entirely to fund youth players that cannot afford to play, So bring your friends and the family out for a fantastic sporting event. But come early as we will capping attendance at 500. Also make sure to stay hungry as their will be great food and drinks for sale including the legendary Spanish chicken sandwiches that have been a staple of the Ontario futsal scene for 2 decades.

Look forward to hosting you.

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I was initially surprised by what you wrote as it had been up since the night of the match along with the list of award winners. However, a few others I met at the Canada/Panama game in Toronto last week mentioned that hadn't seen it either so had the web master check into it and apparently a mass publishing button wasn't pushed which is a bit strange considering some were able to read it. Regardless, here it is in case you missed it.



So who ended up winning? Surprised no to see anything even on the official CPFL page...
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