On Sunday July 19th , a group of U9 and U10 boys were part of an exciting day at Landsdowne Park. The boys were the Guards of Honour on the field welcoming the players and then participated in a game on the field in front of the crowd at half time. What an awesome experience! This event, organized in collaboration with the Ottawa Fury Team and the Nepean Hot Spurs was an excellent experience for the boys. The thrill of being on the field and the time spent with their teammates at the game was fantastic.

The Fury players demonstrated their dedication to the fans by spending time after the game giving autographs to the boys and engaging them in conversation. These athletes truly displayed their love of the game and understood the importance of instilling the virtues of working hard to achieve goals and being positive role models for the boys.

It will be a day that will be remembered for many years to come.

Many thanks to all involved for a great family day.

Straight from the Ottawa Fury Website: LINK.

On Sunday, July 19 Fury FC hosted the Indy Eleven in their second hom egame of the NASL Fall Season. They had a few other guests, the Nepean Hotspurs were named Fanatics of the Match. Youth players from the club played mini-matches before kick-off and at halftime. They escorted Fury FC players onto the field and helped protect the Fury FC pitch banner.

These talented young footballers soccer players also acted as Guards of Honour and ball retrievers throughout the entire match. They were able to enjoy this exclusive experience, as they were the Fanatics of the Match and part of the Fury Fanatics grassroots program.