Despite being a new team in League 1 Ontario, FC Oshawa has been making their mark in the semi-professional women’s soccer league. The team has put themselves in a good position to make the playoffs sitting mid-table in the 14-team league heading into a crucial part of their schedule.
With only one match left in the regular season FC Oshawa is brimming with confidence after defeating North Mississauga 10-0 highlighted by an an amazing five goal performance by Megan Arsenault.
They face Durham United at Kinsmen Park in Pickering in their final game of the season. Durham United, who are the defending Playoff Champions, are sitting three points behind FC Oshawa in a very tight table.
The third team from Durham Region, Darby United, has an identical 6-5-1 record as FC Oshawa.
Oshawa FC started as a partnership between the Oshawa Kicks Soccer Club and FC Durham Academy.
The team features players from both local soccer organizations and provides women from Oshawa an opportunity to play semi-professional soccer.
The team has also featured players from the Oshawa Turul Soccer Club giving all three soccer organizations in Oshawa representation on the team.