The majority of Canadian soccer fans will have heard by now, that the proposed Canadian Premier League (CPL) took another step toward fruition this past weekend.
Canada Soccer Association formally approved plans for the CPL, a national soccer league, at it’s annual meeting, in Whistler, BC Saturday, May 6.
“This was an important day for our sport with the unanimous approval of the Canadian Premier League,” said Steve Reed, President-elect, Canada Soccer.
It was also announced that Hamilton and Winnipeg will be founding cities of the league – with plans to build clubs.
Many soccer-starved Canadian footy fans will now be pondering which other Canadian cities could get a team in the proposed professional soccer league.
At first glance, Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver would appear to be off the table, for the time being. The three cities currently have Major League Soccer clubs and it is generally assumed that they’ll unlikely build CPL teams anytime soon.
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