2014 Première Ligue de soccer du Québec season

CS Longueuil CS Mont-Royal Outremont FC Gatineau

Première Ligue de soccer du Québec
Season2014
ChampionsCS Longueuil
Cup championsFC Gatineau
Matches played60
Goals scored229 (3.82 per match)
Top goalscorerFrederico Moojen (15)
2013
2015

The 2014 PLSQ season was the third season of existence for the Première Ligue de soccer du Québec, a Division 3 men's semi-professional soccer league and the highest level of soccer fully contained within the province of Québec. It is below Major League Soccer and the North American Soccer League in the Canadian soccer league system, and on the same level as League1 Ontario.

CS Mont-Royal Outremont were the defending champions.

Teams

The 2014 season was contested between six teams - four teams returning from the previous season, with CS Longueuil and ACP Montréal-Nord joining the league while FC Boisbriand, FC Brossard, and the inaugural champion FC St-Léonard did not return.

Team City Stadium Founded Head Coach
AS Blainville Blainville, Laurentides Stade du Parc Blainville 2012 France Jean-Pierre Ceriani
FC Gatineau Gatineau, Outaouais Terrain Mont Bleu 2013 France Josy Madelonet
FC L'Assomption L'Assomption, Lanaudière Stade André-Courcelles 2012 Costa Rica Marco Torrens
CS Longueuil Longueuil, Montérégie Centre Multi Sport 2014 France Mathieu Rufié
ACP Montréal-Nord Montréal-Nord, Montréal Parc Saint-Laurent 2014 Canada Harry Makdessian
CS Mont-Royal Outremont Mont-Royal, Montréal REC Mont-Royal 2013 Canada Luc Brutus

Season standings

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 CS Longueuil 20 10 9 1 49 23 +26 39 League champion
2 FC Gatineau 20 8 9 3 34 23 +11 33
3 CS Mont-Royal Outremont 20 9 5 6 48 34 +14 32
4 FC L'Assomption-Lanaudière 20 8 3 9 35 42 −7 27
5 AS Blainville 20 4 3 13 37 51 −14 15
6 ACP Montréal-Nord 20 4 5 11 26 56 −30 15[a]
  1. ^ ACP Montréal-Nord was deducted 2 points for forfeits against CS Longueuil and AS Blainville. [1] [2]

Cup

CS Mont-Royal Outremont (as 2013's champion) and AS Blainville (by random draw) received byes through to the semi-finals.[1]

  First Round Semifinals Finals
                             
AS Blainville        
(BYE)        
  AS Blainville 0 0 0  
  FC Gatineau 3 2 5  
ACP Montréal-Nord 0 1 1
  FC Gatineau 1 1 2  
    FC Gatineau 1
  CS Longueuil 0
  FC L'Assomption-Lanaudière 0 2 2  
CS Longueuil 3 3 6  
  CS Longueuil 2 3 5
  CS Mont-Royal Outremont 3 1 4  
CS Mont-Royal Outremont      
  (BYE)        

First Round

ACP Montréal-Nord0 - 1FC Gatineau
Stade Hébert, Montréal-Nord
FC Gatineau1 - 1ACP Montréal-Nord
Mont-Bleu, Gatineau


FC L'Assomption-Lanaudière0 - 3CS Longueuil
André Courcelles, L'Assomption
CS Longueuil3 - 2FC L'Assomption-Lanaudière
Centre Multi Sport, Longueuil

Semifinals

FC Gatineau3 - 0AS Blainville
Mont Bleu, Gatineau
AS Blainville0 - 2FC Gatineau
Parc Blainville, Blainville


CS Longueuil2 - 3CS Mont-Royal Outremont
Centre Multi Sport, Longueuil
CS Mont-Royal Outremont1 - 3CS Longueuil
TMR REC 3, Mont-Royal Outremont

Final

FC Gatineau1 - 0CS Longueuil
Bois de Boulogne, Laval

Inter-Provincial Cup Championship

The Inter-Provincial Cup Championship was announced on October 14, 2014[2] as a two-legged home-and-away series between the league champions of League1 Ontario and the Première Ligue de soccer du Québec - the only Division 3 men's semi-professional soccer leagues based fully within Canada.

CS Longueuil0 - 4Toronto FC Academy
Report Sacramento Goal 2'38'
Kaye Goal 10'
Uccello Goal 48'
Toronto FC Academy0 - 0CS Longueuil
Report
Pickering Soccer Complex, Pickering

Toronto FC Academy won 4-0 on aggregate

References

  1. ^ "Coupe PLSQ". Retrieved 11 September 2014.
  2. ^ "OSA and QSF announce Division 3 Inter-Provincial Cup final". Ontario Soccer Association. Archived from the original on 19 October 2014. Retrieved 14 October 2014.