In just four weeks, ten teams will kickoff a new Proleague  season in a year that’s considered to be the beginning of a new era in professional soccer in Canada.The lack of sufficient professional soccer, which includes the semi-professional game, for promising players to step into is now believed to be a major reason for Canada’s failure to develop a sufficient number of high level players for its men’s national team, a team strong enough for an appearance in the World Cup finals. It’s not every special player who wants to go outside of Canada during those early stages of uncertainty.It’s been 95 years – in 1924 – since Canada ventured on to the world soccer stage, but its men’s national team has made only one appearance in the World Cup finals since that time. That was in 1986 when the team failed to score a goal in the three games played in Mexico. In 2026 More high level soccer in Canada, consisting of Major League Soccer, the Canadian Soccer League, Proleague and the launch of the Canadian Premier League on April 27, is expected to start paying dividends that will show results in the years to come

FROM  PROLEAGUE TO EUROPEAndress Jarimillo moved to heart of Liberec in the Czech Republic in FC Slovan Liberec plays Czech First League.The club is one of most successful in the Czech republic, having won three league titles and the domestic cup. Good luck Jarimillo