Canada Premier League 09/30 23:30 - York United FC vs Atletico Ottawa - View
Canada Premier League 10/01 17:00 - York United FC vs Atletico Ottawa - View
Canada Premier League 10/07 20:00 - Forge FC vs Atletico Ottawa - View


Canada Premier League 09/24 18:00 - [5] Atletico Ottawa v Valour FC [8] L 0-1
Canada Premier League 09/18 22:00 - [5] Hfx Wanderers FC v Atletico Ottawa [4] L 3-2
Canada Premier League 09/13 21:30 - [5] Atletico Ottawa v Pacific FC [2] D 1-1
Canada Premier League 09/10 02:00 - [8] Vancouver FC v Atletico Ottawa [5] L 2-1
Canada Premier League 09/02 23:00 - [3] Atletico Ottawa v Cavalry FC [1] L 1-2
Canada Premier League 08/26 23:00 - [4] Atletico Ottawa v Forge FC [5] D 0-0
Canada Premier League 08/19 00:00 - [7] Valour FC v Atletico Ottawa [4] W 1-3
Canada Premier League 08/13 20:30 - [1] Pacific FC v Atletico Ottawa [6] W 0-1
Canada Premier League 08/05 23:00 - [5] Atletico Ottawa v York United FC [6] D 3-3
Canada Premier League 07/29 23:00 - [6] Atletico Ottawa v Cavalry FC [3] W 1-0
Canada Premier League 07/23 20:00 - [6] Hfx Wanderers FC v Atletico Ottawa [4] L 1-0
Canada Premier League 07/16 18:00 - [6] Atletico Ottawa v Vancouver FC [8] W 3-1


Matches played 33 17 16
Wins 12 5 7
Draws 9 6 3
Losses 12 6 6
Goals for 48 19 29
Goals against 41 20 21
Clean sheets 9 5 4
Failed to score 7 5 2

Wikipedia - Atlético Ottawa

Atlético Ottawa is a Canadian professional soccer club based in Ottawa, Ontario. The club competes in the Canadian Premier League and plays its home games at TD Place. The team was founded in 2020 by Spanish club Atlético Madrid.


From 2014 to 2019, Ottawa Fury FC competed in American-based soccer leagues, most recently the USL Championship. The Fury dissolved after the 2019 season due to sanctioning issues associated with competing in the United States with the emergence of the domestic Canadian Premier League. This left Ottawa without a professional soccer team heading into the 2020 season.

Moments after kick-off at Atlético Ottawa's first home game on August 14, 2021

On January 29, 2020, it was announced that Ottawa had been awarded the Canadian Premier League's first expansion team to be owned by Spanish club Atlético Madrid with Ottawa businessman Jeff Hunt as a strategic partner. The club debuted in the 2020 Canadian Premier League season under the name Atlético Ottawa.

The club's identity, including name, crest, and colours, was unveiled on February 11, 2020. The day was proclaimed "Atlético Ottawa Day" by Ottawa mayor Jim Watson. Mista was announced as the first head coach and general manager of the club.

As of their inaugural season, Atlético Ottawa home and away games are broadcast on OneSoccer, and on TSN1200 in radio format.

After playing the 2020 season and start of the 2021 season at neutral-site venues due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Atlético Ottawa made their home debut on August 14, 2021. Over 12,000 spectators were in attendance as Ottawa defeated the HFX Wanderers 2–1.

Following a 3–1 victory over Cavalry FC on September 24, 2022, Atlético Ottawa qualified for the Canadian Premier League playoffs for the first time. On October 8, 2022, Atlético Ottawa clinched the 2022 CPL regular season championship.

Atletico Ottawa is a professional soccer team based in Ottawa, Canada. The team was founded in 2020 and competes in the Canadian Premier League. Atletico Ottawa is owned by Atletico Madrid, one of the most successful soccer clubs in Europe. The team's colors are red, white, and blue, and their logo features a stylized owl, which is a nod to Ottawa's nickname as the "City of Owls."

Atletico Ottawa's home stadium is TD Place Stadium, which has a capacity of 24,000 spectators. The team's head coach is Mista, a former Spanish international player who played for Atletico Madrid and Valencia. The team's captain is Canadian midfielder Ben Fisk, who has played for several professional teams in Canada and Europe.

Atletico Ottawa has a strong focus on developing young Canadian talent, and the team has several promising players on its roster. The team's style of play is characterized by quick, attacking soccer, with an emphasis on possession and creativity in the final third. Atletico Ottawa has quickly become a fan favorite in Ottawa, and the team's passionate supporters can be heard singing and chanting throughout every home game.