This season is proving to be a major success for the 15 players who make up the under-14 Barrie FC soccer team and the coaching staff.
Soccer players in Barrie are gaining international attention.
Aidan O’Hara is pretty good with a soccer ball at his feet.
The Barrie Soccer Club’s under-14 girls team was overseen by Elisabetta Bavagnoli on Wednesday.
The Huronia Saintes under-18 girls competitive soccer team brought home the silver medal from the Cambridge Heritage Tournament last weekend.
The Barrie FC under-12 girls soccer team made their club and city proud this weekend after winning the Cobras FC tournament championship in Rochester, NY.
Friends June and Avery dedicate some time to improving their soccer skills as the two visited Osprey Ridge Park in Barrie on Monday.
Lionel Messi will play out the best remaining years of his trophy-rich career at Barcelona.
The return of Spiritfest for the Barrie Soccer Club couldn’t have finished any better for the under-14 girls blue team.
TORONTO — Christine Sinclair still receives the loudest pre-game roar when lineups are announced.
The Saudi soccer team is receiving a red card from Australian fans.
David Beckham is a big step closer to bringing Major League Soccer back to Miami.
CARDIFF, Wales — Cristiano Ronaldo showcased his enduring lethal scoring qualities to ensure Real Madrid became the first Champions League holder to retain its title, netting twice in beating Juventus 4-1 on Saturday.
The Barrie Soccer Club’s under-15 boys rep team won a silver medal in their division recently at the Frank Sobil Spring Classic in Oshawa.
Expand the Reach, a New Path Youth and Family Services program, held a mental-health awareness workshop this week in Midhurst in partnership with the Barrie Soccer Club ahead of the upcoming season.
When Katie Shipley went to check her mail and saw there was a letter, the first-year Tennessee Tech University student thought it was likely a bill of some sort.
The English Premier League gave an honest look at the boys’ soccer talent in Barrie this past weekend.
Montreal Impact defender Wandrille Lefevre has apologized for his controversial Instagram post that led to him being suspended indefinitely by the Major League Soccer team.
Canada, the United States and Mexico confirmed Monday plans to officially bid to host the 2026 World Cup.