March 12, 2014 CSL--CSL Clubs Invite Players....Toronto Croatia move to Hershey Centre (from CSL website)

CSL CLUBS INVITE PLAYERS......Toronto Croatia move to Hershey Centre

Toronto Croatia, the most decorated club in the CSL with championship victories 1970 
through 73, 2004, 2007, 2011 and 2012, will be playing out of the Hershey Centre 
in Mississauga while Etobicoke’s Centennial Stadium undergoes renovation for the 
Pan American games. The First Division team’s home opener will be on Saturday, May 24. 
While the Toronto Croatia first team was notably absent from the championship final 
following a third-place league finish, the reserve squad made an outstanding return 
to competition to finish on top of the Second Division, to then reach the final 
of the Second Division Championship. Igor Beram, the second squad GM credited with 
putting together the winning combination in 2013, is opening the door to players 
looking for a first entry step into professional soccer. Players are invited to send 
a curriculum vitae to and those who qualify will 
be given a trial.

Similarly, North York Astros are inviting players to make application for a trial 
through the club’s website at The team’s home opener will 
be played on May 25 at Esther Shiner Stadium.

The Canadian Soccer League continues to encourage players considering entry into 
semi-professional soccer to contact their nearest CSL club. 

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