In a conversation with new Fury FC coach Paul Dalglish, we find out what kind of team Ottawa can look forward to seeing in 2016. Paul Dalglish has been in Ottawa just a few weeks, but he’s been hard at work ever since he arrived. Since being named the new coach of Ottawa Fury FC, […]
“But I thought the Fury and the Whitecaps played in different leagues” a casual Ottawa sports fan might say. “Well spotted!” I’d exclaim. Then I’d go on to explain, at length, the competition known at the Amway Canadian Championship. The Amway Canadian Championship, or as it’s more affectionately known, the Voyageurs Cup, is the closest […]
This Saturday will mark the end of a short, but epic era in Ottawa soccer, when Fury FC takes on arguably its greatest rival in Minnesota United FC, for the last time.
This week on the show, we talk to Ottawa Fury FC coach Paul Dalglish about what their new affiliation with Montreal Impact means for the club, and for soccer in the 613.
After a professional career spanning 17 years (including the last two with Ottawa Fury FC), and a record 89 games for the Canadian Men’s National Team, an emotional Julian de Guzman announced his retirement on Monday.
No de Guzman? No problem. Fury FC has reloaded and take aim at a playoff spot when the USL season kicks off this weekend.
Win a pair of tickets to Ottawa Fury FC’s home opener, Saturday April 22 at TD Place.
Ottawa Fury FC play at TD Place this Saturday afternoon at 2pm.
Ottawa Fury FC kickoff against the Pittsburgh Riverhounds this Saturday at 2pm.
Ottawa Fury FC will be playing one of the biggest games in club history when they host Toronto FC in the Canadian Championship semi-final.
Win tickets: Apt613 is giving away four tickets to the game at TD Place on Tuesday, May 23. See post for details.
Ottawa Fury FC is halfway through their first season in the USL, and head into the second half in a bit of a slump. Needing points to climb the standings, Fury FC have been winless in their last three games, losing their last two (most recently a 1–0 loss to Toronto FC II). The game […]
A win would put Ottawa into a playoff position. Ottawa Fury FC play at TD Place this Saturday night.
Contest: Win tickets to see Ottawa Fury FC play first place Charlotte Independence at TD Place on Saturday night.
The season may be lost, but there are still jobs and pride to play for.
Interview: Ottawa Fury FC’s Bruce Grobbelaar on a disappointing season and prospects of a Canadian Premier League
We’ve found out how and why Liverpool FC goalkeeping legend Bruce Grobbelaar came to Ottawa.