|1||Serbian W. E.||3||9||3||0||0||4||1||+3 1|
|2||Hamilton City||3||6||2||0||1||6||3||+3 1|
|3||York Region||2||3||1||0||1||6||2||+4 1|
|4||Ukraine United||2||3||1||0||1||3||1||+2 1|
|6||Scarborough B.||1||0||0||0||1||0||3||-3 3|
|1||York Region||21||51||16||3||2||40||10||+30 3|
|2||Ukraine United||21||33||9||6||6||45||38||+7 3|
|3||Scarborough B.||21||31||9||4||8||36||31||+5 1|
|4||Serbian W. E.||21||30||9||3||9||33||28||+5 1|
The Canadian Soccer League (CSL) is an unsanctioned semi-professional soccer league in Canada. It was formerly sanctioned by the Canadian Soccer Association but now has affiliated itself with the organization known as Soccer Federation of Canada (SFC). It was formerly known as the Canadian Professional Soccer League (CPSL), and was officially re-branded on May 17, 2006. CSL teams do not currently participate in the Canadian Championship, which determines the Canadian entry into the CONCACAF Champions League, and cannot participate in any FIFA-sanctioned events.
Despite its name, the CSL is not a national league as the teams are located in Southern Ontario. The Canadian Soccer League also operates a reserve league, the CSL Reserve Division.