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For Kicks Podcast, Episode 63: CPL with Loyal Company of the River Valley

With sports are on hold, we have the opportunity to take a look at topics we follow but don’t often get a chance to dive deeper on. This month, we talked to Adam and Nathan, hosts of Loyal Company of the River Valley podcast, about the Canadian Premier League, the impact of COVID-19 on the league’s second season and FC Edmonton’s 10th anniversary.

We also caught up with Adam and Nathan even further on an episode their podcast, so check that out and subscribe to Loyal Company of the River Valley wherever you get your podcasts and find them on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @LoyalcompanyRV.

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For Kicks Podcast, Episode 38: Canada vs. Germany friendly

We’re back! It felt gooooooooood to get back on the mic to talk soccer. It felt less good to watch Germany win against Canada, but hey, we’re excited to be back at it.

In this episode, we talk about:

  • the Canada vs. Germany friendly match in Hamilton on June 10
  • the CONCACAF U17 championship and some of the trends we see in our youth programs
  • updates on Canadian players abroad
  • some thoughts on the NWSL season to this point
  • exciting news about our local soccer club, FC Edmonton, joining the Canadian Premier League

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Intro music: “Little Things”Doug Hoyer

Outro music: “One Foot”Doug Hoyer