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Kingston FC

Kingston FC
Founded 2011
Ground Queen's University West Campus Field, Kingston, Ontario
Ground Capacity 1,000
Chairman Lorne Abugov
Head Coach Colm Muldoon
League Canadian Soccer League
2012 Inaugural Season
Website Club home page

Kingston FC is a Canadian soccer team based in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. The team was awarded a franchise in 2011 as a member of the Canadian Soccer League, a league not sanctioned by a FIFA-recognized body.

The club fields two teams in the CSL, a 1st Division professional team, Kingston FC and a Reserve Division semi-professional team, Kingston FC Reserve. The club began play on May 5, 2012 in their inaugural CSL season. For the upcoming 2014 CSL season, Kingston FC trains and plays their home games at the Queen's University West Campus Turf Field, located at Johnson Street and John A. Macdonald Boulevard in Kingston.


The team began play in the Reserve Division of the Canadian Soccer League in 2011, however they played most of their games as double headers in Maple, Ontario rather than in Kingston.[1] Kingston FC teams played their first full seasons in the CSL in 2012, finishing at or near the bottom of the standings in both the first and second divisions. The club enjoyed a remarkable turnaround 2013 CSL season with the 1st Division team, which was in first place for much of the current season, clinching the CSL regular season championship on September 29 with a 5–3 road win in Burlington. Both the First and Reserve division teams qualified for the 2013 CSL playoffs, the first post-season play ever in the history of Kingston FC. The Reserves dropped a 1–0 decision away to Toronto Croatia Reserves in the CSL quarter-finals. Kingston FC's first Division team, however, won home quarter-final and semi-final encounters against Serbian White Eagles (2–1) and London City (4–2), respectively, before losing the CSL Playoff Championship Final by a 3–1 score to SC Waterloo in Niagara Falls on November 3, 2013.

Kingston FC opened its 2014 CSL Training Camp in Kingston on April 22, 2014, and kicked-off its third season of operation in the CSL with a road game against York Region Shooters on May, 25 and its home opener in Kingston on May 31 against Niagara United SC. As the 2014 CSL regular season ends, the Kingston FC Reserves have clinched first place and the CSL 2nd Division league championship, the second CSL championship for the Club in the last two seasons. The Reserves currently have a 15 game consecutive unbeaten streak and finished the season with a 12 win, 1 loss and 3 draw record for 39 points. The Kingston FC 1st Division team has clinched home field advantage in the CSL playoffs finishing the regular season in third place, with an 8 win, 6 loss and 4 draw record, for 28 points. Both the Kingston FC 1st Division and 2nd Division teams led their respective divisions in goals scored, and striker Mademba Ba led all CSL scorers with 31 2nd division goals and 7 1st Division goals to take the CSL Golden Boot award.

2014 schedule - Kingston FC 1st Division Team

Date Location Time Opponent Result Record (W/L/T)
May 25 St. Joan of Arc Field 6:30 PM York Region Shooters
0 / 1 / 0
May 31 Queen's West Campus Field 6:45 PM Niagara United
1 / 1 / 0
June 8 Esther Shiner Stadium 3:30 PM North York Astros
1 / 1 / 1
June 15 Queen's West Campus Field 1:00 PM SC Waterloo
1 / 1 / 2
June 21 Hershey Turf Field 7:00 PM Toronto Croatia
2 / 1 / 2
June 29 Queen's West Campus Field 1:00 PM Burlington SC
2 / 2 / 2
July 5 Queen's West Campus Field 6:45 PM Brampton City United
3 / 2 / 2
July 19 Queen's West Campus Field 6:45 PM Serbian White Eagles
3 / 3 / 2
July 26 Kalar Sports Park 7:00 PM Niagara United
4 / 3 / 2
August 3 Queen's West Campus Field 1:00 PM North York Astros
4 / 4 / 2
August 15 Hellenic Com Centre 8:30 PM London City
4 / 4 / 3
August 24 Nelson Stadium 8:00 PM Burlington SC
5 / 4 / 3
August 31 Queen's West Campus Field 1:00 PM London City
5 / 5 / 3
September 7 Warrior Field 7:00 PM SC Waterloo
5 / 6 / 3
September 13 Lamport Stadium 7:00 PM Serbian White Eagles
6 / 6 / 3
September 21 Queen's West Campus Field 1:00 PM Toronto Croatia
7 / 6 / 3
September 27 Queen's West Campus Field 6:45 PM York Region Shooters
7 / 6 / 4
October 5 Terry Fox Ching Park 2:30 PM Brampton City United
8 / 6 / 4
October 11 (CSL Quarter-Final Playoffs) Queen's West Campus Field 6:15 PM Serbian White Eagles
8 / 6 / 4
October 18 (CSL Semi-Final Playoffs) Queen's West Campus Field 4:30 PM TBD
8 / 6 / 4
October 26 (CSL Final Playoffs) Esther Shiner Stadium TBD TBD
8 / 6 / 4

Note: Bold indicates home games


Position Nationality Name
Chairman and general manager  CAN Lorne Abugov
President  CAN Joseph Scanlon
First team head coach  IRL Colm Muldoon
First team assistant coach  CAN Mike Akai
Reserve team head coach  CAN Thomas Moran
Team goalkeeper coach  JPN Yasuto Hoshiko
Media and public relations  CAN Joseph Scanlon
Intern, game and training operations  CAN Anna Krzemien
Team physiotherapist  CAN Catherine MacLeod
Team kinesiologist  CAN Scott McAllister
Team trainer  CAN Amy Cornett
Team doctor  CAN Dr. Jennifer Hacking
Manager, Social Media  CAN Rob Denaburg


Year Division League Reg. Season Playoffs
2011 2nd Division East Canadian Soccer League 7th DNQ
2012 First Division Canadian Soccer League 14th DNQ
2012 Second Division Canadian Soccer League 11th DNQ
2013 First Division Canadian Soccer League 1st Q
2013 Second Division Canadian Soccer League 8th Q
2014 First Division Canadian Soccer League 3rd Q
2014 Second Division Canadian Soccer League 1st Q


Kingston FC play its home games on artificial turf at the Queen's University West Campus Field, located in Kingston at the corner of Johnson Street and Sir John A. Macdonald Boulevard, just west of the Queen's University Main Campus. With bleacher seating of 600 supporters, the West Campus turf field provides Kingston FC with a central Kingston home field accessible to young fans and families. To access the West Campus Turf Field, exit Highway 401 at Sir John A. MacDonald Boulevard (Exit 611) and proceed south past Johnston Street and turn right into the Field parking lot.


  1. ^ "United dump Prospect FC for league-best record". Niagara This Week. June 30, 2011. Retrieved July 6, 2011. 

External links

  • Map to the Invista Centre
  • Information on the Invista Centre
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