Dominick Zator / Victor Loturi

The 2023 CONCACAF Gold Cup saw two Calgarians debut with the Canada Men’s National Team.

In the game against Guadeloupe on June 27th, Calgary-born defender Dominick Zator made his debut with the #CanMNT.

A former University of Calgary Dinos Alumni, Dominick had a long career in Calgary. He represented the Calgary Dinos in the Alberta Major Soccer League, as well as being a key member of the Calgary Foothills team that won the 2018 PDL Championship. He then went on to play more than 30 games for Cavalry FC and over 50 with York United in the Canadian Premier League.

A former Calgary United Soccer Association (CUSA) player, Dominick is now successfully defending Polish side Korona Kielce in Poland’s highest tier.

On the 4-2 #CanMNT win against Cuba on July 4th, Calgary-born midfielder Victor Loturi made his international debut with Canada’s red.

Victor started his career with Calgary Northside SC, before moving to play with Calgary Foothills.

A true lover of soccer, he fulfilled his dream to play professionally when he signed with Cavalry FC, for which he ended up playing 37 games and scoring 2 goals.

At only age 21, Victor Loturi was transferred to Ross County FC of Scotland’s top flight, where he has been a regular starter for the ‘Staggies’.