Laval Dynamites

Laval Dynamites
Laval Dynamites
Full name Laval Dynamites
Nickname(s) Les Dynamites
Founded 1997
Dissolved 2007
Ground Centre Sportif Bois-de-Boulogne at Laval city
(Capacity: 1000 fans)
Chairman Tony Iannitto
Manager Jawad El Andaloussi
2006 3rd, Playoff Quarter Final
Home colours
Away colours

Laval Dynamites (French: Dynamites de Laval) were a Canadian soccer team, founded in 1997. The men team (founded in 2001) was a member of the Canadian Professional Soccer League/Canadian Soccer League, the highest professional soccer league in Canada, and played in the National Division. The team played as the Montreal Dynamites in 2001 and 2002. The team essentially moved to Trois-Rivières and became the Trois-Rivières Attak for the 2007 season.

The Dynamites played their home games at Centre Sportif Bois-de-Boulogne in the city of Laval, Quebec. The team's colors were red and white.

The men team was a sister organization of the women's Laval Dynamites team, which plays in the United Soccer Leagues W-League, the second tier of women’s soccer in the United States and Canada. The women team played 1997 to 2001.


2008 squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
0 Canada GK Patrick Geffrard
1 Canada GK Angelo Olivieri
2 Morocco DF Rachid Lahbabi
3 Canada DF Nick Rotiroti
4 Canada DF Abraham Francois
5 Morocco DF Hicham Aaboubou
6 El Salvador MF Santos Soriano
7 Canada MF Sandro Addessa
8 Morocco MF Mohamed Nafe
9 Canada FW Nasson Theosmy
10 Canada MF Leo Incollingo
11 Morocco MF Mourad Bellari
12 Nigeria MF Gilbert IIoanusi
13 Mexico DF Arturo C. Salas
13 Mexico FW Josue Martinez Carranza
14 Morocco MF Aziz Sirbane
No. Position Player
16 Canada MF Ceasar Castro
17 Canada MF Nicholas Knowland
18 Chad MF Lona Ouaidou
19 Canada DF Jean Phillipe Etienne
20 Peru MF Daniel Hurtado
21 Canada FW IIias Calaitzidis
22 Canada FW Vladimir Edouard
23 Morocco DF Ahmamad Abdelaziz
24 Canada MF Kyt Sellaidopoulos
25 Canada MF Ammar Badawiem
26 Morocco DF Berra Mohamed
27 Morocco FW Rachid Madkour
29 Canada GK Joey Giannini
34 Canada DF Jean-Robert Merisier
81 Iran GK Hamed Mahmoudi

Famous players


Year Division League Regular Season Playoffs
2001 "1" CPSL 4th Wild Card Round
2002 "1" CPSL 2nd, Eastern Semi-Finals
2003 "1" CPSL 4th, Eastern Did not qualify
2004 / / on hiatus /
2005 "1" CPSL 3rd, Eastern Semi-Finals
2006 "1" CSL 3rd, National Quarter-Finals

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