Northern Super League Partners

League to debut in April 2025 with six clubs across the country in Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver

Canada, the wait is finally over. Women’s soccer in this country will reach new and exciting heights on the platform it deserves next spring.

The Northern Super League will kick off its inaugural season in April 2025 with six clubs across the country in Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver.

Our Partners are sharing their excitement:

Canadian Tire 

“Canadian Tire Corporation is proud to stand alongside the Northern Super League as a Founding Partner to mark this defining moment in Canadian sport. From ideation to realization, CTC has had the privilege of joining Diana Matheson and her Project 8 team throughout this journey and we continue to be inspired by their vision for a uniquely unapologetic Canadian soccer league. This partnership reflects CTC’s commitment to championing women’s professional sports and advancing gender equity as we strive to make life – and sport – better in Canada.”
Kim Saunders, Vice President, ESG Strategy & Community Impact, Canadian Tire Corporation


“We congratulate Diana Matheson and the Project 8 team on this exciting next step in making their ambition of a domestic professional women’s league a reality. At CIBC, our ambition is to make soccer and our country more inclusive, diverse and equitable for all and the establishment of the Northern Super League is a critical next step in that journey.”
Stephen Forbes, Executive Vice-President, Purpose, Brand and Corporate Affairs, CIBC


“Driven by our commitment to empowering local communities, we’re proud to partner with Diana and theNorthern Super League team in hopes of leveling the playing field for women’s soccer in Canada. We believe that this is a tipping point for the next generation of athletes and we’re eager to amplify the league, honour the inspirational players, and build an attainable reality together where more girls can envision themselves in sports.”

Heather Cameron, Head of Brand & Creative, DoorDash Canada.

Air Canada

“All of us at Air Canada are proud of the role we play as founding partners of Project 8 and working with the team to bring the vision for the Northern Super League to life. As Canada’s national carrier and a longstanding supporter of Canadian sports, we aim to bring the best of Canada to the world. Our commitment to the Northern Super League reflects our passion for sports and our commitment to gender equality in all arenas of sports, work and life.”  

Andy Shibata, Vice President, Brand, Air Canada

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