Scarborough SC

Scarborough SC is a Canadian soccer team founded in 2014. The team is currently a member of the Canadian Soccer League, a league that is not sanctioned by a FIFA recognized body. The team plays home games out of Birchmount Stadium in the district of Scarborough, Toronto, Ontario. The team's colours are green, and black.

Full nameScarborough Soccer Club
Founded2014
StadiumBirchmount Stadium
Scarborough, Ontario
Owner(s)Angel Belchev
GMKiril Dimitrov
CoachZoran Rajović
LeagueCanadian Soccer League
2019Regular season: 2nd
Playoffs:Champions
WebsiteClub website

History

Scarborough SC was formed in 2014 as an expansion franchise in the Canadian Soccer League.[1] Marking the return of professional soccer to Scarborough, Toronto since 2007 when the Canadian Lions held the territorial rights. Team owner Angel Belchev hired the services of CSL veteran Kiril Dimitrov to recruit players, and assumed the duties of general manager, and as head coach/player.[2] He brought in several players with European experience including CSL veterans. Overseas recruitment consisted of Dobrin Orlovski, Tihomir Kosturkov, Mladen Kukrika, and Aleksandar Malbasic.[3][4][5] Several players were acquired from North York Astros like Joey Melo, Gabe Gala, Boris Miličić, Mark Jankovic, Jason Lopes, Jose Goncalves De Sousa, and Ricardo Munguía Pérez.[6]

The club's first home venue was located at Downsview Park. In their debut season the club finished tenth in the overall standings missing the final postseason spot by a goal difference. De Sousa finished as the club's top goalscorer with 15 goals. In preparations for the 2016 season the club moved their home venue to Birchmount Stadium, and appointed Ricardo Munguia Perez as the new head coach.[7][8] Perez's notable acquisitions were Canadian international Adrian Cann, Aleksandar Stojiljković, Adis Hasecic, Nemanja Simeunovic, Alon Badat, and Metodi Iliev.[9][10][11] The 2016 season marked the first time Scarborough qualified for the postseason by finishing third, and posting the third best defensive record.[12] Their playoff run was cut short after a 3-0 defeat to Hamilton City SC.[13]

Roster

As of August 19, 2019[14]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 GK John Trye
3 DF Momčilo Rudan
4 DF Stefan Rudan
5 MF Zoran Knežević
6 MF Mirza Čolić
7 MF Stefan Stojiljković [15]
8 MF Milorad Stefanović
10 FW Aleksandar Stojiljković
12 DF Marko Filipović
15 DF Stefan Arsenijević [16]
16 GK Miloš Đurković [17]
17 FW Kavin Bryan
18 DF Angel Angelov
19 MF Zoran Rajović
20 MF Odain Omaro Simpson
21 DF Alen Kučalović
22 MF Mehdi Barati Mahvar
No. Position Player
23 DF Ivan Ćendić [18]
30 FW Kiril Dimitrov
MF Abdul Abdulmumini
MF Dimitri Bannikov
MF Raphael Barboza Da Silva
FW Gonzalo Matias Cabrera Celis [19]
MF Vladimir Dragicevic
MF Ricardo Fonseca [20]
DF Jesus Eduardo Compean Gonzalez [21]
GK Adrian Ibáñez
DF Maieemollah Mobin
MF Marvin Morgan Jr.
DF Ricardo Pérez Padilla [22]
MF Ivan Prieto
DF Milos Tomcic
MF Neven Radaković

Head coaches

Years Name Nation
2015Kiril Dimitrov Bulgaria
2016Ricardo Munguía Mexico
2017Krum Bibishkov Bulgaria
2018–Zoran Rajović Bosnia and Herzegovina

Year-by-year

Year Division League Regular Season Playoffs
2015[23] First division CSL Tenth Did not qualify
2016[24] First division CSL Third Quarter-finals
2017[25] First division CSL Fourth Finals
2018[26] First division CSL Fourth Finals
2019[27] First division CSL Second Champions

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