It's not a good day for soccer fans in the nation's capital. Ottawa Fury FC is over and the team won't be playing anymore. The news has left fans frustrated, sad and wanting more.\nOttawa Fury FC, the city's professional soccer team, is no more. The team folded on November 8 and announced they will not be playing in the upcoming 2020 season.\nAccording to Global News, the team's president, John Pugh, is claiming that the reason behind the team's end has nothing to do with skill and everything to do with league politics.\nThe Fury's participation in its league was dependent on the approval from three governing soccer associations. And the team ran out of time to get those approvals.\n"Despite best efforts, the club was unable to obtain required sanctioning from its governing bodies to participate in the USL in 2020," the club said in a tweet.\nThe Fury started off by playing in the North American Soccer League (NASL) for two years from 2014 to 2016. Then in 2017, the team moved to the USL.\nBut now the team isn't playing anywhere.\nFury FC has been forced to suspend operations. Despite best efforts, the club was unable to obtain required sanctioning from its governing bodies to participate in the USL in 2020.From everyone here at the club we wanted to thank all of our fans for their support over the years pic.twitter.com/2vUQYlk329— Ottawa Fury FC (@OttawaFuryFC) November 8, 2019\nFans were pretty disappointed by the news. And many tweeted at the Fury Twitter account, trying to get the team to join the Canadian Premier League.\nThat league is only for Canadian teams unlike the NASL and USL which Ottawa Fury competed in that are for Canadian and American teams.\nCan you just join @CPLsoccer? I think a lot of people would either prefer that or settle for it rather than nothing.— Tosh Mizzau (@Tosh_Mizzau) November 8, 2019\nTake the year. Regroup. Rally like Edmonton and come back ready for @CPLsoccer next season!— Muneeb Chaudhri (@Muneeb_AC) November 8, 2019\nPlay in the CPL!— Jon Lewis (@jonlewis1) November 8, 2019\nThat's too bad for the fans.Can someone just step up for the fans in Ottawa/Gatineau and make a team and join the canpl?— Kevin (@Kevin62445733) November 8, 2019\nCurrently, there are seven teams in that league, two from Ontario, two from Alberta, one from B.C., one from Manitoba and one from Nova Scotia.\nBut fans will have to wait at least a year for the team to join the Canadian Premier League, and even then, it's not guaranteed.\nWhile some are trying to show support for the team and encourage the league switch, some fans are disappointed with the way the club is handling the situation.\nOne person said, "you knew for a year you weren’t going to be sanctioned for the USL again. It’s insane that you’re trying to frame this as some kind of surprise."\nThey told you a year ago that you weren't going to get it.— guy (@npnthr) November 8, 2019\nYou knew for a year you weren’t going to be sanctioned for the USL again. It’s insane that you’re trying to frame this as some kind of surprise.— Crow_and_Cat (@CrowandCat1) November 8, 2019\nIts a sad day, and I feel for everyone involved in the club. I believe all parties involved in this issue could have done better, but distancing yourselves from blame is not the right way to go about things. People want transparency.— Tyler Bruce (@bruceyboy7) November 8, 2019\nAnd some fans are just sad that the team and its 2020 season have been cancelled.\nOne person tweeted, "it’s a damn shame what’s happened to Ottawa Fury FC. I hate to see fans lose their team, and Fury had some of the most dedicated fans in the city."\nCanada is down a pro club. This is a sad day for Ottawa and Canada Soccer. I truly feel for all the players and staff of the Ottawa Fury. We need to be better.— Max El-Asmar (@MaxElasmar) November 8, 2019\nThis is some bs man. I loved this club.— Jordy 🇨🇦🦖🏆 (@JordanRenwick93) November 8, 2019\nIt’s a damn shame what’s happened to Ottawa Fury FC. I hate to see fans lose their team, and Fury had some of the most dedicated fans in the city. I really hate how the sport’s administration can undermine that passion.— Tao of Stieb (@TaoofStieb) November 8, 2019\nSad to hear this news. Had a chance to come up for a match in September and had a great time at TD Place and the city. Here's hoping for better days.— That Jeff Guy 🐝⚽️🐻🏒 (@TheOneAndOnlyH2) November 8, 2019\nSo while the team won't be competing in 2020, there has been no definitive statement on whether or not the team will ever get back together and play in either a new league or the same league.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.