Canada Soccer’s 2019 Toyota National Championships kicks off 9 October
Posted on 8 October 2019 in National Championships
Canada Soccer’s 2019 Toyota National Championships, Canada’s largest amateur team sport competition, kicks off 9 October. More than 2,000 players, coaches and officials will gather in three locations in three provinces including the U-15 Cup in Edmonton, AB; the U-17 Cup in Charlottetown, PE; and the senior Challenge Trophy and Jubilee Trophy competitions in St. John’s, NL.
“This competition provides a truly unique opportunity to showcase the top amateur players from coast-to-coast-to-coast and crown six Toyota National Championships winners in three age divisions,” said Peter Montopoli, Canada Soccer General Secretary. “We thank the tens of thousands of players, coaches, referees, parents, volunteers, and club and competition administrators who make this tournament possible each year and wish all participating teams the best of luck.”
Sixty-two teams from coast-to-coast-to-coast will play 159 matches across the six competitions and compete for their chance to win the Boys’ and Girls’ U-15 Cup, Boy’s and Girls’ U-17 Cup, and Challenge and Jubilee Trophy competitions culminating in Teck Finals Day on Monday 14 October.
Qualification for the 2019 Toyota National Championships kicked off in October 2018 and involved more than 600 clubs and more than 10,000 amateur players from coast-to-coast-to coast.
“The National Championships are the pinnacle of the Canadian soccer season, and reflect the continued growth and development of the game of soccer across our country,” said Cyril Dimitris, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Toyota Canada Inc. “We’re thrilled to support Canada Soccer’s marquee annual event featuring some of the nation’s top players.”
This year senior’s competitions mark the 97th edition for the men's Challenge Trophy and the 38th edition for the women's Jubilee Trophy. While the competition has sometimes featured professional or semi-professional teams, since the early 1960s the National Championships have strictly featured amateur teams.
2019 Toyota National Championships U-15 Cup schedules
2019 Toyota National Championships U-17 Cup schedules
2019 Toyota National Championships Challenge and Jubilee Trophy schedules
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.