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Montreal – Quebec





During the 1960s there was a concerted effort to push professional soccer in Canada. The Eastern Canada Professional Soccer League was formed in 1961 and featured teams in Toronto, Montreal, Hamilton, and Buffalo, New York. One club, Toronto City, even featured some very prominent British soccer stars during its inaugural season, including Northern Ireland international Danny Blanchflower, England internationals Stanley Matthews and Johnny Haynes and Scottish internationals Jackie Mudie and Tommy Younger.


Many members of the world diaspora living in Montreal are now taking advantage of being part of a Diaspora Nation. Diaspora networks are increasingly powerful social and economic forces with cultural knowledge and substantial connections to economies and communities beyond Canada’s borders. The love of soccer is not something new in Montreal and in 2010 an MLS franchise was awarded to Montreal and began play in the 2012 season with International players such as Ivorian Didier Drogba and Argentinian Ignacio Piatti.

The Destination
With the ever increasing popularity of soccer in Canada, the majority of soccer stadiums and fields have been implemented to take charge of their implementation globally in a project management mod. The Fleming soccer complex is the perfect starting point for exploring the unique turf design of a soccer field. Design with the idea to making the Montreal metro area internationally known in terms of having the best soccer field of the world.



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