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AEK London FC - 2009 

Monday Octaber 12th 2009

A Huge Congratulations to Manitoba Hellas United FC for capturing the Mens Gold Medal in Saskatoon SK. at the BMO Canadian National Club Championships, after defeating Quebec Royal de Beuport CF (1-0) in the Final. 

    Manitoba Hellas FC  -  Official Website

      Hellas SC 2009

Real Toronto FC represented Ontario (defeating AEK London FC 2-1 in The Ontario Cup Final) and placed 10th out of 10 Teams with a record of 0 wins, 4 losses and 1 tie.

Monday Sept 21st 2009 (OSA Soccer Report)

VAUGHAN, ON — In the last game of the 2009 Ontario Cup Finals on a cool Fall evening under the floodlights of the Ontario Soccer Centre turf field, Real Toronto met AEK London FC in a much-anticipated re-match of last year’s contest between these two rivals. The 2008 match resulted in a 2-1 victory for Real Toronto, but this outcome was later over-turned on account of a player eligibility infraction with the result that London AEK represented Ontario in the annual quest for the Challenge Cup at the Club Nationals in St. John’s, Newfoundland. With many of the same players contesting the 2009 title, the stage was set for an action-packed game with a low tolerance for unsportsmanlike conduct on both sides. And the teams did not disappoint with a fine display of hard, fast, end-to-end attacks and parries from the starting whistle. Real Toronto came inches from opening the scoring in the 20th minute when #9 Kadian Lecky saw his effort from inside the box come back off the post. Three minutes later, Real Toronto would not be denied when London goal-keeper Paul Azevedo did well to save the first close-range shot from #19 Alex Lopez but could do nothing to stop #15 Matthew Rios from tucking away the rebound to put Real Toronto up 1-0.London nearly equalized in the 34th minute from a corner kick when #13 Trevor Medeiros blasted a close-range shot brilliantly saved by Real goal-keeper Pablo Alvarado. At the half-time whistle, the score stood at 1-0 in favour of Real. London came out with increased pace and intensity in the second half determined to level the game.  And they were rewarded in the 56th minute when a low cross from the right side came all the way across the goal face and connected perfectly with #2 Ryan Avola’s stride as he re-directed the ball into the open side. With vociferous support from their boisterous supporters, the action-packed play continued fast, intense and physical on both sides as the teams traded chances (and several yellow cards) but were unable to find the back of the net. In the 84th minute, #17 Matthew Rios turned and fired a right-footed blast from inside the box to the bottom-left corner to give Real Toronto a late 2-1 lead with his second marker of the game. With time running out, the late goal set up a pressure-filled and exciting close to the match as London AEK threw all they had left at Real. At the final whistle, London AEK was still looking for the equalizer as Real Toronto defended their 2-1 lead to claim the 2009 Ontario Cup.

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Wednesday July 1st 2009

AEK London FC is mourning the loss of one of its biggest supporters on and off the Field. Dr. Frank Rutledge 56, passed away on Tuesday June 30th at his home in London Ontario. Father of former AEK Player Todd Rutledge and Current Player Marc Rutledge. Dr. Frank will be missed and all of our deepest sympathies and prayers go out all his family and friends.  


Saturday May 24th, 2009

Exhibition Friendly @ North London Athletic Stadium - Kickoff 2:00 PM 

FINAL 1 - 1

FC London - USL PDL  (Zimerman 86')  *  AEK London FC - WOSL  (Hirmiz 24')


Friday May 22nd, 2009

 AEK London FC's home field HCC Southdale Road undergoes major renovations and is becomeing one of the Premier League's Top Facilities for Football in London and Ontario and Canada with the construction of its Brand New PAVILLION.  AEK ole ! Original !