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Canada Soccer unveils new logo, announces locations through 2019 for Toyota National Championships

Posted on 9 August 2017 in National Championships

Building on their new partnership, Canada Soccer have introduced Toyota Canada as the title sponsor for the Toyota National Championships More

Journey to Langley 2017 underway across Canada

Posted on 13 May 2017 in National Championships

The journey to Canada Soccer's 2017 National Championships is underway across Canada with close to 200 adult teams competing for a chance to lift the men’s Challenge Trophy and women’s Jubilee Trophy. The provincial and territorial winners from across Canada will meet in Langley, British More

Langley picked to host 2017 National Championships

Posted on 30 January 2017 in National Championships

Canada Soccer's 2017 National Championships Challenge Trophy and Jubilee Trophy finals More

2016 Canada Soccer National Championships Discipline Summary

Posted on 30 January 2017 in National Championships

The discipline process for the 2016 Canada Soccer National Championships has now been completed. More

Alberta, Quebec and Ontario lead the way on TECK Finals Day

Posted on 10 October 2016 in National Championships

Ontario, with six medals, Alberta with four, Quebec and British Columbia with three, Manitoba and Nova Scotia with singles More

Championships’ contenders become clear on match day four

Posted on 9 October 2016 in National Championships

Seven of sixteen teams have booked their gold medal tickets with two finals already set. More

Field set for TECK Finals Day at the Sport Chek National Championships

Posted on 9 October 2016 in National Championships

The Sport Chek National Championships will crown eight champions and 24 medalists on 10 October More

Goals flow on match day three of Sport Chek National Championships

Posted on 8 October 2016 in National Championships

135 total goals across all competitions More

Newfoundland Derby highlights even day of matches at Sport Chek National Championships

Posted on 7 October 2016 in National Championships

A hotly contested Challenge Trophy Newfoundland derby in front of 2,000 fans at King George V Park More

Sport Chek National Championships kicks off

Posted on 6 October 2016 in National Championships

Ontario and Alberta teams lead the way at Sport Chek National Championships More

Canada Soccer's 2016 Sport Chek National Championships

Posted on 4 October 2016 in National Championships

Moncton Lethbridge Vaughan St. John's More

Youth squads revealed for 2016 Sport Chek National Championships

Posted on 1 October 2016 in National Championships

Rosters for U-14 Cup, U-16 Cup, U-18 Cup More

Broadcast schedule revealed for Sport Chek National Championships

Posted on 27 September 2016 in National Championships

Broadcast for 46 of 55 matches at St. John's 2016 More

Canada Soccer to broadcast every day at the 2016 Sport Chek National Championships

Posted on 21 September 2016 in National Championships

2016 Sport Chek National Championships More

Field is set for the Sport Chek National Championships

Posted on 19 September 2016 in National Championships

Journey to St. John's 2016 More

NLSA name Kelloway and Breen as honourary chairs for St. John's 2016

Posted on 15 September 2016 in National Championships

2016 Sport Chek National Championships More

Journey to St. John's 2016 continues through heart of summer season

Posted on 27 June 2016 in National Championships

100 days until St. John's 2016 More

BC teams one win away from St. John's 2016

Posted on 8 May 2016 in National Championships

Sport Chek National Championships More

Schedules confirmed for 2016 Sport Chek National Championships

Posted on 18 April 2016 in National Championships

5-10 October 2016 More

Calgary, Fredericton to host 2017 Sport Chek National Championships

Posted on 18 April 2016 in National Championships

Venues announced for 2017 Sport Chek National Championships More

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Building on their new partnership, Canada Soccer have introduced Toyota Canada as the title sponsor for the Toyota National Championships, the premier amateur soccer competition that brings together clubs from coast to coast to coast across the country.

Canada Soccer have also announced eight venues across seven provinces that will host the Toyota National Championships over the next three years. Canada Soccer’s 18 competitions will crown national winners in both men’s and women’s soccer across adult (open age), U-17, and U-15 age categories.

“We are proud to welcome Toyota Canada as title sponsor for our National Championships and wish to congratulate the selected host communities, member associations and clubs that make this competition one of the strongest in Canada,” said Canada Soccer President Steve Reed. “Our National Championships are a truly unifying event for our sport each fall and we believe that the new formats and process will improve the experience for all our amateur players as we welcome this premiere new partner.”

“Toyota Canada is proud to be the Title Sponsor for the Toyota National Championships,” said Cyril Dimitris, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Toyota Canada Inc. “Our partnership with Canada Soccer will provide support for elite level athlete and national teams, as well as for various grassroots soccer programs across Canada.”

The 2017 Toyota National Championships will take place in three locations: Surrey, British Columbia (men’s Challenge Trophy and women’s Jubilee Trophy); Fredericton, New Brunswick (U-17 Cup); and Calgary, Alberta (U-15 Cup).

After an extensive bid evaluation process, six cities will host the 2018 and 2019 Toyota National Championships. In 2018, Canada Soccer’s three locations are: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (Challenge/Jubilee); Surrey, British Columbia (U-17 Cup); and Laval, Québec (U-15 Cup). In 2019, Canada Soccer’s three locations are: St. John’s, Newfoundland Labrador (Challenge/Jubilee); Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island (U-17 Cup); and Edmonton, Alberta (U-15 Cup).

In 2017, close to 600 teams have entered provincial or territorial playdowns for the Toyota National Championships. Teams that qualify will compete in the Toyota National Championships from 4-9 October, with six national winners to be crowned on the final day.

The Toyota National Championships are Canada's premier amateur soccer competitions. This year marks the 95th edition of the senior men's competition and 36th edition of the senior women's competition. While the competition has sometimes featured professional or semi-professional teams, since the early 1960s the National Championships have strictly featured amateur teams. Since 2008, the National Championships have been complemented by the Canadian Championship featuring professional clubs.
 

The journey to Canada Soccer's 2017 National Championships is underway across Canada with close to 200 adult teams competing for a chance to lift the men’s Challenge Trophy and women’s Jubilee Trophy. The provincial and territorial winners from across Canada will meet in Langley, British Columbia from 4-9 October.

More than 120 men’s teams and 70 women’s teams were registered for the two adult competitions. Every province and territory schedules their own qualification route in order to declare a representative at the National Championships in October. This year’s Challenge Trophy and Jubilee Trophy competitions will each feature 10 finalists, with the winners to be crowned on 9 October.

British Columbia, whose 2016-17 season started in September, will wrap up their qualification over the 13-14 May weekend when both men’s and women’s BC Cup winners are declared. All other provinces are scheduled to crown their provincial champions in August and September.

Canada Soccer’s National Championships are Canada's premier amateur soccer competitions. This year marks the 95th edition of the adult men's competition and 36th edition of the adult women's competition. While the competition has sometimes featured professional or semi-professional teams, since the early 1960s the National Championships have strictly featured amateur teams. Since 2008, the National Championships have been complemented by the Amway Canadian Championship featuring professional clubs

In Canada's 150th year, Canada Soccer will crown their 150th national champions across all adult and professional competitions since 1913. The 2017 competitive season will crown the Futsal Canadian Championship winners in April (Montréal Sporting Outlaws FC), the professional Canadian Championship winners in June, and the amateur National Championships women's Jubilee Trophy and men's Challenge Trophy winners in October.

Key dates on the road to Langley 2017

Challenge Trophy men's competition

British Columbia
Provincial winners from a field of 46 teams
2017-04-03: Official Draw
2017-04-22: Cup competition starts
2017-05-14: Provincial final in Burnaby (live stream)

Alberta
Provincial winners from field of 8 teams
2017-05-13: Competition AMSL starts
2017-08-02: Season ends, six teams advance
2017-09-04: Provincial final in Calgary

Saskatchewan
Provincial winners
2017-06-15: Deadline to enter competition
2017-08-18 to-20: Provincial finals

Manitoba
Provincial winners from field of 9 teams
2017-06-17: Competition starts
2017-07-13: Semi-finals first leg
2017-07-20: Semi-finals second leg
2017-08-26: Provincial final in Winnipeg

Northwest Territories
Territorial playdowns/winner to be determined

Ontario
Provincial winners from field of 32 teams
2017-03-31: Deadline to enter competition
2017-04-20: Official Draw
2017-06-11: Competition starts
2017-08-13: Quarter-Finals
2017-08-27: Semi-finals
2017-09-10: Provincial final in Vaughan

Québec
Provincial league winners from field of 14 teams
2017-04-15: Competition LSEQ starts
2017-08-26: LSEQ season ends, four teams advance
2017-09-17: LSEQ playoffs end

New Brunswick
Provincial winners from a field of 3 teams
2017-05-13: Competition NBPSL starts
2017-08-06: Semi-finals
2017-08-13: Provincial final

Nova Scotia
Provincial winners from field of 6 teams
2017-05-17: Competition NSSL starts
2017-08-13: Season ends
2017-08-22: Provincial final in Halifax

Prince Edward Island
Provincial winners
2017-07-31: Deadline to enter competition
2017-08-16: Provincial final

Newfoundland Labrador
Provincial winners & runners up from field of 6 teams
2017-05-13: Competition starts
2017-08-23: Competition ends
2017-09-03: Provincial final in St. John’s

Jubilee Trophy women's competition

British Columbia
Provincial winners from a field of 30 teams
2017-04-03: Official Draw
2017-04-22: Competition starts
2017-05-07: Semi-finals
2017-05-13: Provincial final in Burnaby (live stream)

Alberta
Provincial winners from field of 8 teams
2017-05-13: Competition AMSL starts
2017-08-02: Season ends, six teams advance
2017-09-04: Provincial final in Calgary

Saskatchewan
Provincial winners
2017-06-15: Deadline to enter competition
2017-08-18 to-20: Provincial finals

Manitoba
Provincial winners from field of 3 teams
2017-03-15: Deadline to enter competition
2017-07-12: Competition starts (semi-finals)
2017-08-26: Provincial final

Ontario
Provincial winners from field of 7 teams
2017-03-31: Deadline to enter competition
2017-04-20: Official Draw
2017-08-13: Competition starts
2017-08-27: Semi-finals
2017-09-09: Provincial final in Vaughan

Québec
Provincial league winners from field of 12 teams
2017-04-15: Competition LSEQ starts
2017-08-27: LSEQ season ends, four teams advance
2017-09-17: LSEQ playoffs end

New Brunswick
Provincial winners from a field of 2 teams
2017-05-13: Competition NBPSL starts
2017-08-13: Provincial final

Nova Scotia
Provincial winners from field of 4 teams
2017-05-17: Competition NSSL starts
2017-08-13: Season ends
2017-08-21: Provincial final in Halifax

Newfoundland Labrador
Provincial winners & runners up from field of 3 teams
2017-05-29: Season starts
2017-08-10: Season ends
2017-08-17: Playoff match 3rd v 2nd
2017-08-19: Provincial final at Topsail

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The discipline process for the 2016 Canada Soccer National Championships has now been completed. The following is a summary of punishments handed down by the Canada Soccer Disciplinary Committee.

Name  Club PTSO Charge Penalty/Fine
   Woodbridge SC OSA FIFA Discip Code Art 57 Competition Reg 17.5 Fined $1,000
   Codiac SC SNB FIFA Discip Code Art 61 Fined $2,500
Kyle Knowles Codiac SC SNB FIFA Discip Code Art 61 1 year suspension from all soccer related activity 
Claude Gallant  Codiac SC SNB FIFA Discip Code Art 61 1 year suspension from all soccer related activity 
Ryan Couturier Codiac SC SNB FIFA Discip Code Art 61 6 match suspension; banned from 2017 National Championships in its entirety 
Samara Dilpreet Pegasus FC BCSA FIFA Discip Code Art 18.4 Competition Reg 17.13 1 match suspension 
Thomas Boles Bonivital SC MSA FIFA Discip Code Art 18.4 Competition Reg 17.13 1 match suspension 
Dante Borsella Codiac SC SNB FIFA Discip Code Art 18.4 Competition Reg 17.13 1 match suspension 
Alex Haiart Picaroons SC SNB Competition Reg 17.12 1 match suspension 
Benjamin Law Picaroons SC SNB FIFA Discip Code Art 18.4 Competition Reg 17.13 1 match suspension 
Ranaldo Morris Mount Pearl SC NLSA FIFA Discip Code Art 18.4, 47(i) and 489b) Competition Reg 17.11 and 17.13 3 match suspension 
Mark Reddy Mount Pearl SC NLSA Competition Reg 17.12 1 match suspension 
Dutton Kieran WC Royals PEISA Competition Reg 17.12 1 match suspension 
Jamel Berbeche Royal Select Beauport QSF FIFA Discip Code Art 18.4 Competition Reg 17.13 1 match suspension 

 

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