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"The term soccer was used in England in the 1880s at the universities of Oxford and Cambridge. Use of the term "football association", as distinguished from "football rugby", was already in use and the word "soccer" became a familiar expression formed by the extension of the second syllable of the word "association". While football is the common name for the sport in Great Britain, the word soccer is still used today, to the point where one of the biggest English football publications is called "World Soccer". The term "soccer" is used in Canada and the United States to distinguish the game from Canadian- or American-style football.
HISTORY OF CANADIAN SOCCER
"It is difficult to determine what kind of football association, or soccer, took root in Canada in the first years of the sport. Even in Great Britain, prior to the founding of the Football Association in 1863, the teams played under a variety of rules and this was also the case in Canada. A match was played in 1859 in Toronto between the St. George Society and an Irish team. Matches were played in New Westminster in 1862 and in Victoria in 1865. In the absence of proof to the contrary, the sport in Canada as we know it today began with a match played in Toronto in 1876." 
Over the years, the sport of soccer has become very popular in Québec. In 2009, there were 200 000 players in Québec, with the Laurentians occupying the fourth rank in terms of participation with 14,447 participants.
In Mont-Tremblant, close to 400 young people are currently developing on the pitches.
Soccer Mont-Tremblant is the organization that takes care of soccer management. To obtain the season schedule or for any other information, check the website http://www.soccermonttremblant.ca/ .
 Source: Association canadienne de soccer website (translation)
 Source: Fédération de soccer du Québec website (translation)