Schedule & Attendance

Teachers’ Soccer League, the schedule for this season is broken down as follows:

  1. Pre-Season: Oct 20 & Oct 27
  2. Regular Season: Nov 3 to Apr 6
  3. Playoffs: Apr 13 to Apr 27


  • Oct 20th
    • 6 pm: Barbarians (white) v Goats (dark) – Field #3
    • 6 pm: Storm FC (white) v FC Been Munchin (dark) – Field #4
    • 7 pm: Rising Stars (white) v Trailblazer FC (dark) – Field #4
  • Oct 27th
    • 6 pm: Trailblazer FC (white) v Storm FC (dark) – Field #3
    • 6 pm: Rising Stars (white) v Barbarians (dark) – Field #4
    • 7 pm: Goats (white) v FC Been Munchin (dark) – Field #4

Regular Season The schedule can be found at You can click onto your team name to see your own schedule.


Wild Card

  • The pairings will be 3rd vs 6th & 4th vs 5th
  • 1st and 2nd get a bye to the semi-finals but they can play a “friendly” in the wild card week if they want


  1. 1st vs lowest ranked wild card winner
  2. 2nd vs highest ranked wild card winner

Attendance is managed through text messages and a separate post with further details will be coming shortly.


Here are some answers to question you may have. If you have additional questions, please ask them in the comments section below.


Is there a chance the league will resume in January?

No. The league won’t be ready to resume in the near future and while the Hangar is open, it’s with a limited capacity.


When will I receive a refund?

The Hangar has agreed to send us a refund but it might take some time. Once we receive it we’ll begin the process.


Will the league resume in 2021/22?

At this point in time we don’t know. First and foremost, we need to feel confident in the safety of our players. Secondly, indoor soccer facilities are operating at a limited capacity and there is no indication that this will change in the near future.

2019/20 Player Awards

2019/20 may be a lost season but that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate our teammates. Please join us in congratulating the following award winners:

  • League Ambassador: Leon Perelman
  • Most Improved Player: Mily Chen
  • Golden Gloves: Prathesh Senthil
  • Rookie of the Year: Ashton Mugabe
  • Player of the Year & Top Goalscorer: John Altinian

Thank you to everyone for a short but great season!

2019/20 Season Begins

The sixth season of the Teachers’ Soccer League officially gets underway this evening. The road to the final begins now.

Bluepers vs Quicksilver

Bluepers welcome Millan Mulraine & Sally Li to the league and also have 2 returning players in Alex Lee & Amogh Reddy. Quicksilver welcomes Ryan Turner & Aayush Dureha. Paul Callahan is promising goals this year and has changed his field name to Paul Van Pilstelrooy.

Walter Whites vs sTEAL Your Thunder

Walter Whites boast 4 new players in Aron Sankar, Ragesh Ravindranath, Selena How & Stephen Clement. This also marks the return of Brad Leufkens who took last season off. sTEAL Your Thunder only have one new player and that’s Pak Tsun Wong. Valeria Nunez claims that all that experience makes them heavy, heavy favourites to win the championship.

Pink Panthers vs Red Army

Pink Panthers welcome Gurdeep Singh, Karamullah Talpur & Marcello Pannacione. Red Army has only one new player in Dilraj Singh. They also have a returning Scott Thompson who promises to make it rain.

Sky Eiffel 65 vs Golden Girls

Sky Eiffel welcome Ashton Mugabe & Sunny Patel to the fold. Their opponents are full of new players including Alvin Leung, Boyang Qin, Declan Rowett, Frank Fang & Mustafa Arif. This game also marks the return of Sean “2 goals per game” Kinsella. Will he tear it up like he did a few years ago? That’s the hottest question of week 1.

Oct 9th Preseason Matches

This week’s games will be 6 v 6, please adjust your lineups accordingly. Once again, there will be no referees because this is a preseason match. Please find the schedule below:

6 pm

  • Quicksilver vs Sky Eiffel 65
  • Red Army vs Bluepers

7 pm

  • Walter Whites vs Golden Girls
  • sTEAL Your Thunder vs Pink Panthers

More space on the field will lead to more running which should lead to quicker substitutions.

Preseason Schedule

Welcome to a brand new season of the Teachers’ Soccer League! We have 8 teams competing for glory, with 17 new players joining us in the quest.

We’re trying something new during the preseason. Traditionally we’ve played a 7 v 7 and that’s still what we’ll do for week 1 of the preseason. For week 2, we’re going to try a 6 v 6. This will allow for increased space to play and more running which will in turn lead to more efficient subs. We’ll assess after week 2 before any decisions are made.

Here’s the schedule:

  • October 2nd (7 v 7)
    • 6 pm
      • Bluepers vs Pink Panthers
      • Golden Girls vs sTEAL Your Thunder
    • 7 pm
      • Sky Eiffel 65 vs Red Army
      • Quicksilver vs Walter Whites
  • October 9th (6 v 6)
    • 6 pm
      • Quicksilver vs Sky Eiffel 65
      • Red Army vs Bluepers
    • 7 pm
      • Walter Whites vs Golden Girls
      • sTEAL Your Thunder vs Pink Panthers

See you all on October 2nd!

2018/19 Player Awards

It’s time to hand out player awards for the 2018/19 season. The awards were voted on by the 8 team captains who had to choose between 40 nominations! While there are many worthy winners, we can only pick 1 in each category so here we go.

League Ambassador Award

This award goes to the player who most exemplifies the spirit of the league in everything they do and the winner is Valeria Nunez! What makes Valeria really stand out is the effort she put into recruitment of new players. This helped the league grow to over 100 players with at least a dozen more on the waiting list. Congratulations Valeria!

Most Improved Player

This award goes to the player who most stood out in their development from the prior year and the winner is Hans Wang! His composure on the ball and the calming influence that he had on his teams performance really stood out. He also contributed 6 goals in the Sharks march to the championship match. Congratulations Hans!

Rookie of the Year

This award goes to a player who was new to the league, even if they aren’t new to the game and that player is Vincent Xie! He was a key player for championship winning Crush and a nightmare for opposing defenders. He scored more than half of his teams goals and in a season of many great new players, he stood out the most. Congratulations Vincent!

Golden Gloves Award

This award goes to the top goalkeeper and in a year when all the keepers performed admirably, it was a difficult choice. The winner is Murat Cokgezen! Crush only conceded 30 goals on their way to the championship and that was in large part due to Murat and his 8 clean sheets. A class act on and off the field. Congratulations Murat!

Player of the Year

This award goes to the player who performed at the highest level and that player is Dillon Suresh! He won the golden boot as the league’s top goalscorer with 22 goals in 21 games. In every one of those games he was double or even triple teamed but he played right through it without flinching. When he wasn’t scoring he was setting up his teammates and making everyone around him a better player. Congratulations Dillon!

Thank you to everyone for making this league so much fun. A special thanks is owed to all the captains for their efforts every week, without which we could not have such a great league. With that, it’s time to sign off on the 2018/19 season.

Orange Crush are Champions!

Congratulations to Orange Crush who are the 2018/19 TISL Champions! In a hard-fought match worthy of a final, Crush overcame Sharks 1-0 on a first-half goal by Alex Salcedo. The hundreds of fans in attendance were treated to a back and forth match played between two top teams but only one could be the champion.

Crush had a great season from start to finish. They built a strong team chemistry from day one, through the leadership of Aaron St. Bernard. They were a very compact side that didn’t give the opponents much and even when they did, Murat Cokgezen was there. Congratulations to all the Crush players, 13 champions were born.

2018-19 Champions – Orange Crush

TISL Championship Match

After 7 months of world class soccer, there are only 2 teams remaining. They take to the field with visions of greatness. It’s right there for them, they just have to reach out and take it.

  • Head to Head
    • Wins: 2 for Crush, 1 for Sharks
    • Most Recent: 4 – 0 Crush on Feb 27
    • Goals: 7 – 3 in favour of Crush
  • How they got here
    • Crush beat the Rebels on the strength of a Vincent Xie penalty kick
    • Sharks beat Titans on a late Nico Ress goal which came off a corner kick
  • Quotes:
    • Nico Ress: “I have had many crushes in my life but never an orange one. I do squeeze hard fresh oranges every morning for my breakfast though.”
    • Adrien Lucisano: “I can’t wait to face our friends from the Orange team tonight and hopefully crush them in our final game… welcome to the shark tank!”
    • Murat Cokgezen: “I looked into all the possible futures of Sharks. Avengers had one in 14 million chance to defeat Thanos. Sharks dont even have that. I’m sorry Sharks, maybe next year…”
    • Aaron St. Bernard: “Baby shark, doo doo doo doo doo, Baby shark, doo doo doo doo doo doo, Baby shark, doo doo doo doo doo doo, Baby shark! So Cute!”
  • Pro’s Picks
    • Shahin Jafari: “I think Crush takes it 2-0 with goals from Aaron and Vincent.”
    • Seamus Lynott: “Orange crush are strong, tenacious and physical and tend to grind out results. Sharks had a lot of players missing at various times in the season so their league position was a bit of a lie. With their full side out they are a strong side – getting to the final was no fluke. If I had to call it I would say 1-0 to the crush, but it really could go either way.”
    • Andrew Winnett: ” I see Orange Crush edging out Sharks 3-1 in a hard fought game with tight defense.”
    • Ivan Gojmerac: “I didn’t bet on the Sharks against Top Dogs or Titans but they won. I think they’ll surprise us again and win it 2-1.”
    • Sarah Yates: “I’m going with a 2-1 win for Crush.”

Semi-Final Preview

We’re down to the final 4. Let’s see how the teams stack up.

Orange Crush vs Rebels

  • How they got here
    • Crush overcame Legacy in the only penalty shootout of the quarter-finals. It was 1-1 after regulation thanks to goals from Alex Salcedo and Neil Carey. Crush won the penalty shootout 2-1 with goals from Alex Salcedo and Vincent Xie. Jarry scored the lone goal for Legacy.
    • Rebels won a nail-biter against the Bandits. John Burinski scored twice for Rebels while John Levi scored twice for Bandits. The difference maker was Wayne Prinsloo who fired a rocket from just inside the half that left both teams speechless. His new name is Sniper.
  • Head to Head
    • Wins: 2 for Crush, 1 for Rebels, 1 draw
    • Most Recent: Crush won 4-2 on April 10th
    • Goals: 13-6 for Crush
  • Quotes
    • Julius D’Silva (Crush): “Have you ever seen a green team win anything? Me neither.”
    • Kate Lam (Crush): “My momma always says: Keep your friends close and your enemies closer and most definitely CRUSH the Rebels! I always listen to my momma. Rebels, we’re coming for you!!!!”
    • Anonymous player on Rebels: “I prefer Fanta.”

Titans vs Sharks

  • How they got here
    • Titans defeated Scorpions 2-1 in a hotly contested quarter-final. It was Calum McNeil and John Altinian with 2 unanswered goals, after Scorpions had taken an early lead through Scott Tudo. Prathesh Senthil played keeper for Titans and he absolutely stymied the Scorions, especially in the last 10 minutes.
    • Sharks won in dramatic fashion against Top Dogs. It was Hector Echezuria who scored the loan goal with 2 minutes remaining that sent Sharks into a delerium. What a time to get your first goal in the league.
  • Head to Head
    • Wins: 2 for Sharks, 1 for Titans
    • Most Recent: Sharks won 3-0 on March 13th
    • Goals: 7-5 for Sharks
  • Quotes
    • Nico Ress (Titans): “Looking forward to facing Altinian again, in a remake of the Belgium-France world cup semi-final. It will be a very tight game but in the end, you know who end up with 2 stars on their jersey!”
    • Ivan Tam (Titans): “Sharks, go back to water polo!”
    • Adrian Mos (Titans): “On paper we’ve always looked like a good team yet we finished last in the regular season. In the past few weeks we’ve finally started to raise to our on-paper potential. We’ve built some confidence that will carry us through the semi-finals”.
    • Adrien Lucisano (Titans): “It should be a relatively tight match. Two underdogs with hopefully fully squads.”