Fabulous Fun Facts For Falcons Fans!

     

Earliest Falcons member (still active) - John Miles, 1968

Longest continuous playing membership - Mike Moore, 1969 - Present

Earliest known Falcons City of Ottawa Championship 1969.



First Falcons executive 1970.   

     

Ottawa Cup winners 1973 beating Lusitania 1-0. In the Cup Final of ‘74 the teams met again, this time Lusitania ran out 3-2 winners.

   

1974. At Lansdowne Park 14,000 people turned out to watch the Falcons win the Highland Games Soccer Trophy.

   

Falcons adopted a logo showing a Falcon (ripped off from the Atlanta Falcons of the NFL) with a claw on a soccer ball

   

The Pat O'Kane Cup was previously known as the "Sandbury Cup" and before that the "Nepean Cup".

   

1980 Falcons merged with Glens Dynamos to become the "Glens Falcons" Present day club crest, designed by Tony Chapman, was introduced.

   

Falcons Reserve squad won the OCSL Reserve Cup.

      

1981 Falcons Oldtimers won the inaugural Oldtimers Championship. Repeat champions in ‘82.

     

1982 Falcons offered social memberships in the Queensview Squash Club (lasted until 1998)

       

1986 Premier Men's team traveled to the Hague to play exhibition games and, in ‘87, took part in the "Twinning Games" with the Hague GDA team.

       

1989 Youth teams broke away to become part of Nepean City (with Lynwood Youth).

       

1994 Falcons OT1 wins the championship for the third time.

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New Executive Members
January 24, 2018

Thank you to everyone who made it out to the AGM on January 17th.  We appreciate the club members who attended and added to the discussions over the course of the evening.  The Club would like to ...