Archive for the ‘TCSSC’ Category

Monarch Park Stadium in Toronto Delayed

Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

If you’re a member of the Toronto Sport and Social Club and are playing soccer at the new Monarch Stadium then you likely know about the delays in getting this facility completed.

Toronto Sports League Adds Player Sub System

Sunday, September 23rd, 2012

Brand new this past week, Toronto recreational sports league TSSC launched their new internal system to help their sports players get subs for their games.

TSSC Employee Team Not So Rec

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

The Toronto Sport and Social Club (TSSC) has a fairly good reputation in Toronto for providing fun and social after-work sports. In fact, visitors (80+ of them) have given the TSSC a rating of 4.1 out of 5. (more…)

Toronto Sport and Social Club Indoor Soccer Shoots… and Misses

Sunday, November 15th, 2009

I was just checking out the turf indoor soccer registration options for the next season over on the Toronto Sport and Social Club site. This season they included links to view a video. I was thinking ‘great idea!’. What a great way to check out the indoor venues before you sign up (as, lets face it, there was always a big difference between Soccerworld and, lets say, Waterside). Click the video aaaaaaaaaaaand it’s just a generic indoor soccer video. Click the video for the next registration venue – same video. So, a great idea with poor execution. They’ve got some new-ish Toronto indoor soccer fields listed this year (Varsity, Lamport w/ a bubble, etc.) and it would have been great to see how they are. Maybe next year?

TCSSC Sucks Blog – The Blog That Died

Friday, August 7th, 2009

It was total fluke I found this, but someone back in August of 2008 setup a blog to rant about the TCSSC (now the TSSC).  From crappy field reports to asking for the ‘real dirt’ on teams that play in the TCSSC, the posts were really rocking for a whole of two days, but have since ceased. Actually, our readers have given the TCSSC / TSSC quite a good rating (so far), but not without a few negative comments. Please read what other Toronto recreational sports players are saying about the TCSSC on our TCSSC profile page. Of course, we’d love to hear what you have to say as well. See you on the field!