The men’s team is moving forward, the club is growing.

The summer season was not what we expected. COVID-19 turned Edmontonians’ lives upside down, and soccer was not spared. Edmonton Fusion FC took advantage of this slowdown to continue working on its programs.

The season canceled, but two mini-tournaments were held…and won.

Even without a season, the Edmonton Fusion remained active with practices twice a week. This allowed the players to maintain their fitness level. And it paid off. Playing in two mini-leagues organized by the Edmonton District Soccer Association, Fusion finished first twice. One of the highlights of the season was that our team won the Tier 1 group, which is made up of some of the most talented teams in the city. This is a great example of the quality of the players and coaches at the club.

The winning team of one of the two EDSA tournaments.

The winning team of one of the two EDSA tournaments

New faces have joined the team

The men’s team continues to attract the attention of players who want to perform and receive quality training. Several talented players have joined Edmonton Fusion FC.

Beyond the players, the club is pleased to announce the arrival of Chambi, a former professional player. Chambi will assist head coach Job Lilango and will be responsible for the club’s new “Train like a Pro” program which offers physically oriented sessions to players who wish to perform better.

Coach Chambi, new assistant coach and coordinator of the program “Train Like a Pro”.

A new website.

Edmonton Fusion FC took advantage of the COVID-19 downtime to redesign its website. We are happy to have a new communication platform that is more modern and efficient.