It’s the last weekend of summer and there are plenty of ways to get out and enjoy all that the city has to offer, plus a few events to get you ready for fall in the capital. All Weekend The Canada Army Run is taking over the Canadian War Museum this weekend. While the actual […]
Ottawa Fury FC
With Pittsburgh currently ahead in the standings, Friday’s game is effectively a must-win for the Fury if they want to host a playoff match.
Ottawa Fury FC takes on Halifax Wanderers FC at TD Place this Wednesday.
Prior to the match, TD Place will be hosting a watch party for the Canadian national team’s match against New Zealand at the Women’s World Cup. That game will start at 3pm and will be shown on the stadiums big screen.
It is finally spring in this wonderful city! It is time to get outside and enjoy the sunshine. There is plenty to get up to this weekend, and we know that you’re excited to get to it, so we’ve made this handy little list to get you started!
The weekend has arrived and it is time to get out and about and enjoy the goings on in this fine city. There is plenty to see and do—and eat—this weekend, so we will get right to it.
Don’t forget friends, April precipitation brings May flowers, so all this wet weather we’ve been getting will pay off in the long run.
This weekend is about supporting local, be it sports, sugar shacks, or Swedish Furniture.
Ottawa Fury FC plays their home opener versus Nashville SC at TD Place this Saturday, April 6.
Season Preview: Predictions for Ottawa Fury FC before the USL Championship opener on Saturday—03.09.19
Before the boys take to the pitch, there’s a lot for fans to get caught up on. Ottawa Fury FC kicks off their 2019 season in Charleston, South Carolina on Saturday, March 9. The Bytown Boys supporters’ club is hosting a viewing party at The Senate Tavern on Bank Street.
One of the most dramatic stories in the soccer world right now is centred on Ottawa.
It all comes down to this. Ottawa currently sits in 9th place in the East and need a win to move into a playoff spot.
Ottawa Fury FC takes on Penn FC at TD Place on Saturday August 25. Kickoff is at 7pm.
From Pride to House of PainT and everything in between, this weekend goes to show that even though summer is winding down, Ottawa is just as busy as ever.
If you ask Julian de Guzman, he’ll tell you he’s pretty happy with where his squad is at right now. Coming off a 2-0 win on Wednesday against the Richmond Kickers, Ottawa sits 8th in the USL Eastern Conference with 10 games left to play. This is after starting the season winless in six (of […]