An outstanding event for Toronto's football community as we recognized some of the top talent in the city.Read More
Toronto was represented by three squads at this year’s season-ending OFSAA Bowl games.Read More
The Chaminade Gryphons are going bowling once again. The Gryphons captured the Toronto high school senior boys’ football crown on Tuesday with a 17-14 victory over the Michael Power Trojans.Read More
Thanks in part to a popular soft drink, the Northern Red Knights are now city champs. The Red Knights found themselves in desperation mode in the final minute of Friday’s Toronto high school senior boys’ football championship match staged at Varsity StadiRead More
For the second time this season the Upper Canada College Blues were able to emerge victorious in a high school senior boys’ football matchup against their city rival St. Michael’s College Kerry Blues.Read More
The Richview Saints senior boys’ football squad picked a rather opportune time to get its offence on track. The Saints were facing the prospect of having their 2022 season come to an end on Thursday in their final regular season match against the LawrenceRead More
The Michael Power Trojans senior football team no longer has to worry about off-field concerns. The brass of the Toronto-based Catholic high school squad spent the first few weeks of its season scrounging around to find enough gear to dress all of its plaRead More
The majority of the players on the Malvern Black Knights are new to football this season. But the Black Knights managed to improve their record to 2-0 on Oct. 12 when they defeated the host Newtonbrook North Stars 21-2.Read More
They’re back. Not as many as previous years. But Toronto (and area) high school football teams are now back on the gridiron.Read More
The Chaminade College Gryphons are proving why they were the pre-season favourites to capture Toronto’s Catholic high school senior boys’ football championship this season.Read More
Western Tech Colts’ coach Russ Hoff knew his charges would square off against a formidable opponent in their season opener.Read More
Seven clubs are competing in the Toronto District Catholic School Board senior boys’ football league in 2022.Read More
There’s strength in numbers. That’s the thinking of representatives who have launched a new non-profit organization called Football Toronto.Read More
Football Toronto is a volunteer run, registered non-profit representing the contact football community in Toronto, Ontario. We advocate, preserve and grow the game of football by reducing barriers through developing and promoting teams, athletes, coaches and referees.
We are an Associate Member of Football Ontario.