Academy Teams to Play Friendly Games Again
MONTREAL - For the first time since September, the Academy teams will be able to play friendly games. These games are made possible following the metropolitan region's transition to a yellow zone.
"We are happy to finally be able to play against another opposition," said the CF Montréal Academy director Patrick Leduc. "We are considering these as preparation games to help our players get closer to the reality of competition. We can effectively end a cycle and prepare the one that will start in August."
This Friday, CF Montréal U14-15 will face CS MRO's U15 team, CF Montréal U17 will face CS Longueuil's U18 team and CF Montréal U23 will face AS Blainville's PLSQ team.
On Tuesday, June 22, CF Montréal U14-15 will face Braves d'Ahuntsic's U15 team, the Club's U17 team will face NDGSA's U18 team and CF Montréal's U23 team will face FC Lanaudière's PLSQ team.
On Tuesday, June 29, CF Montréal's U14-15 team will face the Braves d'Ahuntsic's U15 team again, CF Montréal U17 will face CS MRO's PLSQ reserve team and the U23 group will face CS MRO's PLSQ team.
For health and logistic reasons, these games won't be open to the public at the moment.
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