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Paul-Émile Castonguay (CAN)

Canada Soccer Hall of Fame

Birthplace: Montréal, QC, CAN
Raised: Montréal, QC, CAN
Date of death: 1975-01-18
All Positions: Hall of Fame honoured member
Team Honours: Dominion of Canada Championship winner (1948)
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born in 1917... soccer family (brothers Marcel and Roland)... he was in his late 50s when he passed away on 18 January 1975... he was buried at Saint-François-d'Assise in Montréal... noted for having “black curly” hair... as noted in 1939, all three soccer brothers were “broad shouldered and heavy set”... worked for Canadian Car and Foundry Co. Ltd... described by historian Colin Jose as “a prolific goal scorer”... once described in the Montréal Gazette as a “powerful forward”... 

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played in the 1939 Canadian national championship with Montréal Carsteel, but lost the final and Challenge Trophy to the Vancouver Radials in four games in Winnipeg, MB... won the 1948 Challenge Trophy with Montréal Carsteel in three games over Montréal Carsteel at the Canadian national championship in Toronto, ON... 
Year Prize Honour
2013 Honoured Player / Joueur honoré Canada Soccer Hall of Fame
2012 Top 100 Men's Footballers Canada Soccer Centennial Timeline
2011 Membre honoré (Athlète) / Honoured Member (Athlete) Québec Soccer Hall of Fame
1939 Winner / Gagnant Top Scorer of the Connaught Cup Series


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