2019 Toyota National Championships kick off in three Canadian cities
Posted on 10 October 2019 in National Championships
The 2019 Toyota National Championships U-15 Cup, U-17 Cup, and Challenge & Jubilee Trophy competitions kicked off in Edmonton, AB; Charlottetown, PEI; and St. John's, Newfoundland & Labrador respectively on 9 October.
The Challenge Trophy competition saw a pair of former champions earning victories. Ontario’s 2006 Challenge Trophy winners Ottawa St. Anthony earned a 2:0 victory over Nova Scotia with Alberta’s 2016 winners Edmonton Scottish defeating host Newfoundland & Labrador 5:2.
In Jubilee Trophy action, defending champions Scarborough GS United drew home side Newfoundland 2 1:1 while Newfoundland & Labrador Champions Holy Cross fell 3:1 to Alberta. 2016 Champions Royal Beauport earned a 1:0 victory over Nova Scotia.
On the Boys’ side of the U-17 Cup draw, Quebec’s CS St. Laurent opened with a win, as did Ontario’s Woodbridge SC, Mountain United FC from BC, and Alberta’s Calgary Foothills. In the Girls’ U-17 Cup championship, Ontario’s Ottawa TFC Academy, Lakeshore SC of Quebec, and Nova Scotia’s Halifax County United earned opening day results.
Group A - Edmonton Scottish (AB) 5:2 (NL) Holy Cross
Group A - Central City Breakers FC (BC) 2:1 (MB) FC Winnipeg Lions
Group B - Kodiac Charlesbourg (QC) 1:1 (SK) Saskatoon Revolution
Group B - Ottawa St. Anthony (ON) 2:0 (NS) United DFC (Dartmouth)
Group A - Feildians AA (NL2) 1:1 (ON) Scarborough GS United
Group A - Edmonton Northwest (AB) 3:1 (NL1) Holy Cross Avalon Ford
Group B - Coquitlam Metro Ford (BC) 5:0 (MB) Northwest Winnipeg
Group B - Royal Select Beauport (QC) 1:0 (NS) United Dartmouth FC
Group A - Calgary Foothills WFC (AB) 1:1 (MB) FC Northwest Winnipeg
Group A - Lakeshore SC (QC) 2:0 (BC) Surrey United SC
Group B - Halifax County United SC (NS) 1:0 St. John’s SC (NL)
Group B - Ottawa TFC Academy (ON) 3:0 (PE) PEI FC
Group A - Calgary Foothills (AB) 4:1 (NL) St. John’s SC
Group A - CS St. Laurent (QC) 7:1 (NS) Halifax City SC
Group B - Mountain United FC (BC) 4:1 (MB) Winnipeg Bonivital SC
Group B - Woodbridge SC (ON) 5:0 (SK) FC Regina Bluestars
Girls’ U-15 Cup
Group A - Surrey United SC (BC) 2:0 (PE) PEI FC
Group B - AS Brossard (QC) 7:1 (NL) Conception Bay South
Group C - Calgary Foothills WFC (AB) 3:0 (NT) Yellowknife Bay SC
Group D - Oshawa Kicks (ON) 2:2 (AB) Edmonton Mills Woods Selects FC
Boys’ U-15 Cup
Group A - Milton Magic (ON) 6:0 (SK) Saskatoon Lakewood Deportivo
Group B - St. Alberta Impact (AB) 7:0 (NS) Halifax County United SC
Group C - Winnipeg Bonivital SC (MB) 2:0 (NT) Yellowknife Bay SC
Group D - CS St- Laurent (QC) 3:0 (AB) Calgary Foothills FC
Website, Digital Media & Photos
Canada Soccer will provide daily coverage of the Toyota National Championships from all three venues via the official website, www.canadasoccer.com/nationals. Participating teams, players, families, and fans are encouraged to share content from this year's Toyota National Championships using venue and competition hashtags. Canada Soccer will share updated on Facebook (CanadaSoccer), Twitter (@CanadaSoccerEN /@CanadaSoccerFR), and Instagram (@CanadaSoccer).
Challenge Trophy - #StJohns2019
Jubilee Trophy - #StJohns2019
U-17 Cup - #U17Cup #Charlottetown2019
U-15 Cup - #U15Cup #Edmonton2019
FINAL DAY (all venues) - #TeckFinalsDay
Canada Soccer will broadcast every day from each of the three 2019 Toyota National Championships venues, culminating with the five gold-medal matches on Teck Finals Day. The live streaming marks a continued commitment by Canada Soccer to deliver extensive coverage of the Toyota National Championships, including live daily broadcasts from each venue and nearly 100 matches streamed during the competition. For continued updates visit canadasoccer.com/nationals.
Access competition schedules, scores, and standings via the official 2019 Toyota National Championships mobile app. To access the App search ‘Canada Soccer’ in either the iOS or Android app stores.
Official 2019 Toyota National Championships merchandise will be available for sale on-site at the U-15 Cup in Edmonton, AB and U-17 Cup in Charlottetown, PE.
Toyota National Championships
Canada Soccer’s Toyota National Championships serves as our nation’s premier amateur competition and provide a meaningful soccer experience for participating teams and their players, coaches, support staff, as well as for officials and volunteers. Other National Championships owned and operated by Canada Soccer include the Canadian Championship and the Futsal Canadian Championship.