The team plays its home games in the athletic stadium at the Heartland Value Fund Stadium. The team's colors are blue and white. Open Cup. Their first football match was played on September 29, against a team from nearby Sheboygan , resulting in a 3—2 victory for Bayern.
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The L1O women's division is behind the U. Dino Rossi serves as the commissioners of the league. League1 Ontario was founded on November 15, , in an announcement by the Ontario Soccer Association OSA that it would pilot the semi-professional league in and as a key pillar of long-term player development in Canada. The league would be administered by DG Sports, who also operate the province's amateur Ontario Soccer League , with Dino Rossi serving as commissioner. On April 8, , the OSA revealed its plans for the inaugural season of League1 to feature 10 teams, chosen through a standards-based application process, with the first games to take place during the final weekend in May On July 22, , the league and the Ontario Soccer Association announced the termination of Internacional de Toronto 's license agreement due to "failure to comply with agreed-upon league standards,"   with league matches rescheduled for the season to accommodate the change.
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It is great that Valois now has a Wikipedia page of its own; however this simple mention of the place says very little of the actual place. Is there anyone with substantial knowledge of the history of area who can contribute to this page? I've heard many anecdotal stories about the place, and it would be great if someone knowledgeable could share this information online before it gets lost altogether: I've heard that before the suburbanizing wave of the Second World War, Valois was considered cottage country for Montreal urbanites, and that the area was largely composed of apple orchards and farm land for various local crops. Can somebody substantiate some of this?