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April 27, 2019. ^ "York9 FC and AS Blainville battle to a scoreless draw". canadasoccer. May 16, 2019. Archived from the original on May 17, 2019. Retrieved May 17, 2019. ^ "Canadian Premier League Commissioner Statement: Start of season postponed". March 20, 2020. Retrieved May 12, 2020. ^ "York9 FC's Emilio Estevez sold to Dutch Eredivisie side ADO Den Haag". May 12, 2020. Retrieved May 12, 2020. ^ Davidson, Neil. "Canadian Premier League's York 9 FC rebrands as York United FC with new logo, colours".

[22] On December 11, 2020, the club was rebranded as York United FC, adopting a new crest and colour scheme along with the name change. While the original club name exclusively targeted York Region, the new branding also represents the City of Toronto. [23] In their first season as York United FC, the club finished 4th in the 2021 Canadian Premier League season. They were eliminated from the playoffs after a 3–1 loss to Forge FC. Following the season, head coach Jim Brennan's tenure at the club ended after it was announced November 23, 2021, that his contract would not be extended. [24] He was replaced by Martin Nash on December 21, 2021. [25] During the 2023 season, it was announced that the club was sold from the Baldassarra family to the Canadian Soccer Business with plans to transfer the club to new ownership. [26] Stadium[edit] York Lions Stadium is a stadium at York University Heights used by York for home matches.

#CanPL t. co/dczAALS7ZS" (Tweet). Archived from the original on October 17, 2021. Retrieved March 19, 2022 – via Twitter. ^ McIsaac, Greg (May 10, 2018). "York 9 Football Club Joins Canadian Premier League". Canadian Premier League. Retrieved June 10, 2018. ^ a b Larson, Kurtis (May 5, 2018). "Canadian Premier League unveils York 9 FC in 'soccer hotbed' York Region". Toronto Sun.

Retrieved June 10, 2018. ^ "York Region Cities & Towns". York Link. Retrieved June 10, 2018. ^ Benedetti, Micki (July 27, 2018). "Jimmy Brennan Announced as Head Coach of York 9 FC". Retrieved July 27, 2018. ^ "York Region Selects named runners-up of U17 International Soccer Cup". The CanPL Hub. August 21, 2018.

York United FC - Forge FC Head to Head Statistics Games

York United FC - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia York United FCFull nameYork United Football ClubNickname(s)The Nine StripesFoundedMay 5, 2018; 5 years ago (as York 9 Football Club)StadiumYork Lions StadiumToronto, OntarioCapacity4, 000OwnerCanadian Soccer BusinessPresidentAngus McNabHead coachMartin NashLeagueCanadian Premier League2022Canadian Premier League, 6thWebsiteClub website Home colours Away colours Third colours Current season York United Football Club (formerly known as York9 FC) is a Canadian professional soccer club based in Toronto, Ontario.

21 3rd DNQ R3 Ineligible 2, 668 Rodrigo Gattas 2020[d] 4 +1 10 1. 43 5th N/A Joseph Di Chiara 2021 35 -4 36 1. 29 4th SF QF 1, 118 Diyaeddine Abzi Álvaro Rivero Lowell Wright 2022 31 -6 6th 1, 234 13 2023 19 1. 32 1, 184 5 ^ Average attendance include statistics from league matches only ^ Top goalscorer(s) includes all goals scored in league season, league playoffs, Canadian Championship, CONCACAF League, and other competitive continental matches ^ Split season format was used with 10 games in spring season and 18 games in fall season ^ Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the season was held in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, as a two stage round-robin season with a single match final[50] All-time top scorers[edit] As of August 5, 2023[51][52] # Career at club Goals Scored Cup Int'l Total 2022– 15 0 Chile 2019 Ryan Telfer Trinidad and Tobago Simon Adjei Sweden Diyaeddine Abzi 2019–2021 Álvaro Rivero Spain 2020–2021 Lowell Wright 2020–2022 Jordan Wilson 2021–2022 Julian Ulbricht Germany Note: Bold indicates active player All-time top assists[edit] Games Played 2020– Kyle Porter Isaiah Johnston Noah Verhoeven Morey Doner Chrisnovic N'sa 2019, 2022– All-time most appearances[edit] 2019–2022 65 76 66 71 Nathan Ingham 54 62 59 Dominick Zator 53 58 52 57 56 2019– 55 48 49 Single-season records[edit] Statistic Goals (all competitions) Goals (league matches) Assists (all competitions) Assists (league matches) Clean sheets (all competitions) Clean sheets (league matches) Niko GiantsopoulosNathan Ingham 20222019 Awards[edit] Canadian Premier League Awards[edit] Year Award Status 2019[53] Golden Glove Nominated Under 21 Canadian Player of the Year Coach of the Year 2021[53] 2022[53] Defender of the Year Player's Player of the Year York United FC Fan Voted Awards[edit] 2019[54] Fan Voted Player of the Year 2021[55] Supporters Choice Player of the Year Supporters Choice U21 Player of the Year 2022[56] References[edit] ^ a b "York 9 Football Club Joins Canadian Premier League".

The team lost the quarterfinal to Montreal Impact after a 2–2 draw at home and a 1–0 loss at Montreal. [20] York9 was expected to begin their second season in the Canadian Premier League in April 2020 but the season was delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic. [21] During the postponement, the club sold young midfielder Emilio Estevez to Dutch Eredivisie side ADO Den Haag, the first CPL player to be sold to a European top flight.

Archived from the original on September 10, 2018. Retrieved September 9, 2018. ^ "HFX Wanderers, Cavalry FC both victorious in home openers". Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. May 4, 2019. ^ "HFX edge Vaughan in 1st leg of Canadian championship qualifier". May 16, 2019. ^ "CUP PREVIEW: Nine Stripes off to Quebec". May 15, 2019. Retrieved May 18, 2019. ^ a b Bedakian, Armen. "CPL inaugural match: Forge FC hosts York9 FC". Retrieved February 16, 2019. ^ a b "Canadian Premier League kicks off, marking new era for soccer in Canada". sportsnet.

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