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Ottawa Fury to unveil its NASL logo on May 25


The Ottawa Fury FC will unveil its new logo at a local pub during the Champions League final.

The team, which will join NASL, is a sister to the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group’s CFL franchise, and both will play out of the new stadium that’s scheduled to open on the Lansdowne site in 2014. Earlier this year, Fury president John Pugh announced the team was going to keep the name that it had used with its W-League and PDL programs.

The Fury will join NASL next season, and are expected to take part in a play-in series wit FC Edmonton for the fourth seed in next year’s Amway Canadian Championship. The Canadian Soccer Association has already approved the Fury as a nationally sanctioned professional club.

On May 25, during halftime of the Borussia Dortmund-Bayern Munich final, Pugh will unveil the logo to those in attendance at the Berryman Pub at 478 Bank St.

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One Comment

  1. Seathanaich

    May 14, 2013 at 5:10 pm

    Here’s hoping it doesn’t suck. They should have resurrected the “Intrepid FC” name from the old CSL, and used coureurs-de-bois furiously paddling a canoe as the centrepiece of their insignia.

    Here’s also hoping they use a black and red striped jersey, instead of the usual head-to-toe one colour scheme that is the boring norm in modern North American soccer (a la Whitecaps, Edmonton, Toronto, and Montreal).

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