Queen’s started their playoff campaign strong with a 4-0 victory over Nipissing at home.
Queen’s beat Toronto Metropolitan University 5-0 on Friday. On Sunday, the Gaels celebrated their seniors and beat the Laurentian Voyageurs 7-0.  
On Sunday, Men’s Soccer played Laurentian at home and earned a 6-0 victory. It marked the end of an exciting season end for both the team and their fans.  
Canada qualified for the first time in 36 years, but might be the only country without fresh uniforms for 2022 FIFA World Cup. 
On Sunday, Men’s Soccer met RMC on home turf.  
The rain came down on Sunday at Richardson Stadium, but that didn’t stop the Gaels as they demolished the RMC Paladins 10-0.  
On Friday Sept. 9, Women’s Soccer had their third game of the regular season.
On Sept. 2, the Queen’s women’s and men’s soccer teams laced up their cleats and faced the Carleton Ravens at Richardson Stadium.  
After dropping their first contest against MacEwan University last Thursday, the Queen’s Women’s Soccer team came back to finish in fifth place at the 2021 U Sports Women’s Soccer Championships after beating the tournament hosts, Cape Breton University, 3-0 on Sunday.
After 120 minutes of scoreless play and eight rounds of penalty shootouts, the Gaels defeated the Western Mustangs in a nail-biting OUA Final on Friday, Nov. 12.
On Oct. 24, the Queen’s Women’s Soccer team won their third annual “Kick for the Cure” soccer game against RMC, handily beating the Paladins 5-0 at Richardson Stadium
This past summer, Bruno Chan, ArtSci ’22, made a decision that would redirect his entire career in sports at Queen’s—trying out for the soccer team.
The Women’s Soccer team remains undefeated this season after their 2-0 win over Carleton at Richardson Stadium over the weekend.
The Women’s Soccer Team has recruited a player from its own backyard.
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