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Welcome to the Trophy Room! Here we keep an archive of all awards given during past seasons of the Casa Soccer League.

Trophy Cases for:

Fall 2008 | Summer 2008 | Spring 2008
Fall 2007 | Summer 2007 | Spring 2007
Fall 2006 | Summer 2006 |


Fall 2008

The Fall 2008 season boasted 38 teams over three divisions, with heated competition across the board.
Primera Division Champion
Taking the Primera Championship for the first time, Deportivo Arsenal tops Cannons F.C. in penalty kicks to claim the top spot.
    
Primera Season Cup
After winning the playoffs the previous spring, the Allstars went undefeated during the regular season.
    
Primera Steel Curtain
In a division full of offense, Les Levriers allowed just 8 goals over 8 regular season games.
Primera Golden Boot
Archyn Butler of the Allstars put away 8 goals in as many games to lead the top division.
    
Segunda Division Champion
AC Milan convincingly beat previously undefeated West Philly FC in the Finals to move on.
    
Segunda Regular Season Champion
West Philly FC earns a promotion to Primera with a spotless regular season record.
Segunda Steel Curtain
West Philly FC and United FC made scoring a rarity as they each only 5 games a piece.
    
Segunda Golden Boot
Jeremy Lane of West Philly FC helped keep his team on top by recording a division leading 5 goals.
    
Abierto Division Champion
Artful Dodger FC battles their way up to Segunda with a hard-fought victory over Philly Soccer Firm.
Abeirto East Regular Season Champion
Philly Soccer Firm wins their division and makes it all the way to the finals.
    
Abeirto West Regular Season Champion
Consistent play and tireless effort put Artful Dodger FC in a dominate position throughout.
    
Abierto East Steel Curtain
Philly Soccer Firm didn't give their opponents much room for error, letting in only 6 goals.
Abeirto West Steel Curtain
NewPhilly United was feared by opposing strikers, keeping the goals allowed to a division low of 10.
    
Abeirto East Golden Boot
Navin Kahn of Real Knockers delivers 6 goals, setting the high-water mark.
    
Abierto West Steel Curtain
Thiabud Pages of Sporting Philly kept keepers occupied all season long, picking up 11 goals and marking the division and league high.




Summer 2008

Casa Cup Champion
Les Levriers goes undefeated over six games to take the cup!


Spring 2008

The Spring 2008 season had a record 38 teams over three divisions, raising the bar for what it takes to be a Casa champion.
Primera Division Champion
Coming back from the brink of relegation, The Allstars led by captain Kobby B won the Primera Division Championship in a 2-1 victory over Cannons FC.
    
Primera Season Cup
Promoted from Segunda just last fall, Philly United takes the regular season with a 6-2-1 record.
    
Primera Steel Curtain
With Geoffrey Long in net, the stingy D allowed just 4 goals over 9 regular season games.
Primera Golden Boot
Steve Joiner of Philly United buried 8 in the back of the net to lead the top division.
    
Segunda Division Champion
Coming into the playoffs as a wildcard, Haggard FC beat a tough Stony United in the Finals to move on.
    
Segunda Regular Season Champion
Stony United earns a promotion to Primera with a regular season record of 7-2-0.
Segunda Steel Curtain
11 goals over 9 games set the pace for the Segunda defenses..
    
Segunda Golden Boot
Steve Iacona of Stony United notched 8 goals to top the standings.
    
Abierto Division Champion
Underdogs United FC earn a ticket to Segunda with their win over Real Knockers.
Abeirto East Regular Season Champion
Real Knockers take 1st in a tough division, going 5-4-0.
    
Abeirto West Regular Season Champion
With the only perfect record in the league, Rebels FC go 9-0-0 in the regular season.
    
Abierto East Steel Curtain
United Nations FC put the clamps down on a high-scoring division, limiting their opposition to 18 goals.
Abeirto West Steel Curtain
Rebels FC & Philly Soccer Firm share the award with 6 goals allowed apiece.
    
Abeirto East Golden Boot
Alfonso of FC 1776 set the nets on fire with a 9 goal tally.
    
Abierto West Steel Curtain
Matt Meier breaks all kinds of records, piling up 20 goals in just 9 games!
Sportmanship Award
Rebels FC and FC Wit are the only 2 of 38 teams to go the entire regular season without cards. Well done!
    
Nostradamus Award
michaelis wins the big prize by accruing 268 points in the Casa Fantasy League.




Fall 2007

The Fall 2007 season had a breathtaking 30 teams over three divisions and some of the closest and most exciting competition yet. The season and division champions in the Tercera and Segunda divisions each earned promotions to the next division.
Primera Division Champion
In their first season in Primera, Les Levriers led by captain Tom Adams won the Primera Division Championship in a 2-1 victory over the season champions PSF United.
    
Primera Season Cup
PSF United led by Kobby Addo Bottaning claimed the season cup with a 5-1-1 record. Notably, Cannons FC finished with the same record, with the tiebreak settled by match history.
    
Segunda Division Champion
In their inaugural season, the Corollos Berzerkers claimed the division title in a 5-1 victory over season champions Philly United in the Segunda Final.
Segunda Season Cup
Scott Peerenboom's Philly United claimed the Segunda season cup in their 5th season of membership in Casa. They finished with a 5-1-1 record. Notably, the Corollos Berzerkers finished with the same record, with the tiebreak settled by match history.
    
Tercera Division Champion
The Tercera Championship this season belongs to newcomers Haggard FC, led by Jeff Simmons, with a 2-0 victory over Sporting Philly.
    
Tercera Season Cup
Captain (and golden boot winner) Eryk Tylek's team KS Cracovia claimed the season cup with a 6-0-1 record in Tercera.
Primera Golden Boot
For the second time, Anthony Mitchell of Cannons FC claimed the coveted prize with 8 goals in the Primera division.
    
Segunda Golden Boot
This season, Eric McCusker of McCrossen Cosmos and Mert Sasoglu of Real Drexel shared the Segunda Golden Boot with 6 strikes each in the regular season.
    
Tercera Golden Boot
Sportsmanship Award
Both FC Zot, led by Stuart Brooks, and FC Spartans, led by Rachel Siegfried, showed amazing sportsmanship this season by being the only teams to receive no bookings whatsoever throughout the entire season and playoffs.



Summer 2007

Summer 2007 Featured 22 Teams in three divisions.
Primera Season and Division Champion
South Jersey FC, led by Breton Bonnette claimed both championships with a 6-1-0 season finish and a 2-1 victory in the Final match against rivals Cannons FC.
    
Segunda Season Cup
The Steagles claimed the season cup and a promotion with a 5-1-1 season tally.
    
Segunda Division Champion
AC Milan, led by Brion Shreffler, battled their way though the championship to earn the top honors with a Finals finish in penalty kicks against Les Levriers.
Tercera Season Cup
Real Mensches finished the Tercera season with a 6-1-0 record.
    
Tercera Division Champion
Founding team AC Brilliant led by Renee Tetrault defeated Real Mensches in a remarkable match in penalty kicks (the score tied 4-4 at the end of regulation) to take the Division championship.
    
Sportsmanship Award
This season's Sportsmanship Award goes to Pepsi FC, led by Mark Dennison, for excellent on-field attitude.
Primera Golden Boot
Ousame Lo of the Allstars took top scoring honors with 8 goals.
    
Segunda Golden Boot
Ian Dawson of OOS United tore up Segunda with 7 goals to his credit, averaging one per game during the regular season.
    
Tercera Golden Boot
Hoa Xu of AC Brilliant helped lead his team to victory with 8 regular season goals.



Spring 2007

Our first ever spring season featured 20 teams in two divisions.
Primera Division Champion
FC Cannons, captained by Mario Gentile, reclaimed the division championship with an undefeated season (4-0-3).
    
Primera Season Cup
Newcomers The Skulls, led by Ryan Pine, finished highest with 16 points (a 5-1-1 record), and clinched the Primera Season Cup!
    
Segunda Season Cup and Division Champion
Newcomers Deportivo Arsenal swept the season (7-0-0) and the playoffs to claim both the cup and the championship in the Segunda division.
Sportsmanship Award
The Philadelphia Falcons received the sportsmanship award for their outstanding demonstration of fair play and enjoyable attitude.
    
Primera Golden Boot
Scott Miller (FC Cannons) and Jeremy Lane (West Philly FC) share the golden boot in the Primera division with 5 goals each.
    
Segunda Golden Boot
Nana Bempah (AC Milan) takes the golden boot in the Segunda division with 9 strikes in the spring 2007 season.



Fall 2006

Casa's first ever Fall season had 16 teams in serious competition.
First Place
Newcoming powerhouse South Jersey FC goes undefeated in the season to clinch the finals and the championship trophy!
    
Second Place
The Cannons FC, Veterans of Casa, went undefeated for three seasons until their loss to South Jersey in overtime penalty shootouts in the final match.
    
Casa Season Cup and Rookie Division Champion
South Jersey takes the Season Cup and the Rookie Division Champion with a final regular season standing of 6-0-1.
Sportsmanship Award
AC Milan is awarded the sportsmanship award by unanimous recommendation of the referees and officers for their great on-field attitude and sportsmanship.
    
Golden Boot
Anthony Mitchell of the Cannons FC wins the first ever Golden Boot for a whopping 15 goals during the regular season and first round of playoffs.
    
Veterans Division Champions
West Philly FC Takes the Veterans Division Championship with a record of 6-1-0.




Summer 2006

This was the second season of Casa, and the first to keep serious statistics. During this season, Casa experienced a rebirth that launched the league into a major center of competitive soccer in Philadelphia. And, it was a lot of fun too!
First Place
Congratulations go to the FC Cannons, who squeaked by into to the finals though a PK shootout in the semifinal against Upenn Dental.
    
Second Place
After playing a consistent season, Techno D pulled through nicely with a second place finish. Great job!
    
Third Place
Used to inflicting pain, this team was tough to beat throughout the season and well deserved a spot in the top three.
Toilet Bowl Champion
This team proved they were the best of the worst with a narrow 3-2 late game victory over Les Levriers..
    
Sportsmanship Award
Both teams were the only to get away without any bookings throughout the season. That's aces in my book.
    
Casa Season Cup
The FC Cannons went 6-0-2 in the season to secure the Casa Season Cup, and still have yet to be defeated. Let's see if they can keep it up in the fall season!
 
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