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Teck Finals Day all set at 2019 Toyota National Championships

Posted on 14 October 2019 in National Championships

With one champion already decided, the Teck Finals Day picture is now set at the 2019 Toyota National Championships in Edmonton, Alberta; Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; and St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador.Quebec’s Royal Sélect Beauport defeated Alberta’s Edmont More

BC, Ontario, and Alberta crowned Champions on Teck Finals Day at the 2019 Toyota National Championships

Posted on 14 October 2019 in National Championships

The 2019 Toyota National Championships came to a close with four provinces winning Gold Medals across six competitions held in three Canadian cities from 9 to 14 October. The winners were crowned following 13 months of competition across 10 provinces and 1 territory with a total of 615 teams and mo More

Teck Finals Day picture becomes clearer, Jubilee Trophy Final set for Sunday

Posted on 13 October 2019 in National Championships

The 2019 Toyota National Championships Challenge and Jubilee Trophy Finals are set with a few medal spots remaining across the U-15 and U-17 Cup competitions after day four. With four straight shutouts, Ontario’s Ottawa St. Anthony are set to face Surrey’s Central City Breakers in the Go More

Ontario, BC, Quebec strong on day three of 2019 Toyota National Championships

Posted on 12 October 2019 in National Championships

British Columbia’s Surrey Central City Breakers and Ontario’s Ottawa St. Anthony sit atop their respective Challenge Trophy groups at nine points after each secured three straight victories at the 2019 Toyota National Championships. Meanwhile, Ontario marched on at the U-17 Cup in C More

Ontario, Alberta lead the way on day two of the 2019 Toyota National Championships

Posted on 11 October 2019 in National Championships

Northwest Territories and New Brunswick teams got their 2019 Toyota National Championships underway on day two from the Challenge Trophy competition in St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador. Ontario and BC led the way atop their respective groups taking six points from their opening matches. More

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 vic More

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 More

Canada Soccer confirms schedules for 2019 Toyota National Championships

Posted on 2 August 2019 in National Championships

Canada Soccer’s premier amateur event – the Toyota National Championships - will kick off on Wednesday 9 October with 153 matches to be played across six competitions in six days across three venues. This year’s 2019 Toyota National Championships will be played in St. John’s, More

Toyota National Championships continues to draw record digital audiences in 2018

Posted on 11 October 2018 in National Championships

Canada Soccer’s Toyota National Championships continued to deliver huge digital audiences numbers in 2018. This year, Canada Soccer’s website attracted nearly 700,000 page views during the six-day coverage from 3-8 October. Throughout the competition, Sunday 7 October saw the largest tra More

British Columbia and Ontario lead the way from coast to coast at the Canada Soccer Toyota National Championships

Posted on 9 October 2018 in National Championships

From the 640 teams and 12,000 participants across the country that began the journey, six national champions were crowned on Teck Final Days at the Canada Soccer Toyota National Championships.  British Columbia defeated Ontario to win the 2018 Challenge Trophy competition in Saskatoon, More

Scarborough GS United win 2018 Jubilee Trophy; Ontario, Québec, and BC lead way into Teck Finals Day

Posted on 8 October 2018 in National Championships

The 2018 Toyota National Championships Jubilee Trophy went to Ontario’s Scarborough GS United for the first time in six attempts. Laura Callender scored the winner in the first half of extra time to give Scarborough the victory. With the Sunday victory, Scarborough have now won nat More

Jubilee Trophy Final headlines upcoming Day 5 action at Canada Soccer’s 2018 Toyota National Championships

Posted on 7 October 2018 in National Championships

 Semi-Final matchups are in place across the 2018 Toyota National Championships U-15 and U-17 Cup competitions in Laval, QC and Surrey, BC. At the Challenge Trophy, teams continue to fight for the top of their group to ensure a place in Gold Medal matches on Teck Finals Day on 8 October. In add More

Drama unfolds on Day 3 of the 2018 Canada Soccer Toyota National Championships

Posted on 6 October 2018 in National Championships

The 2018 Toyota National Championships reached fever pitch on Day 3 with late game heroics, penalty drama and much more clarity as the march to Teck Finals Day continues.  Girls U-17 Cup entrant, Nova Scotia’s Suburban FC, came from behind to win on a stunning last-minute free kick, More

Ontario and Quebec leading the way on Day 2 of the 2018 Toyota National Championships

Posted on 5 October 2018 in National Championships

Only two teams sit clear atop their group with six points after Day 2 at the 2018 Toyota National Championships. Across three venues and six competitions, parity has the standings knotted up. Jubilee Trophy entrants Scarborough GS United from Ontario and Quebec’s CS Repentigny at the Girls&rsq More

Canada Soccer’s Toyota National Championships kick off in Quebec, Saskatchewan, and British Columbia

Posted on 4 October 2018 in National Championships

The opening day of the 2018 Canada Soccer Toyota National Championships is the culmination of 13 months of competition for over 12,000 amateur soccer players from coast-to-coast-to coast.From 640 teams across the 13 Provincial and Territorial Member Associations, the U-15 Cup in Laval, QC, U-17 Cup More

Canada’s largest team sport annual competition - Canada Soccer’s Toyota National Championships - set to kick off

Posted on 1 October 2018 in National Championships

From 640 participating clubs over the past 13 months, 66 finalists have been confirmed for this year’s Toyota National Championships scheduled for 3-8 October. One hundred fifty-three matches will be played across six competitions with the 2018 amateur national champions to be crowned over Tha More

Six host cities selected for Canada Soccer's Toyota National Championships

Posted on 25 June 2018 in National Championships

Canada Soccer has selected six host cities for the 2020 and 2021 Toyota National Championships, Canada's premier amateur soccer competition that brings together clubs from coast to coast to coast. The six host cities were selected from 15 candidates that expressed interest in hosting either the adul More

Canada Soccer seeks hosts for 2020 and 2021 Toyota National Championships

Posted on 27 November 2017 in National Championships

The Toyota National Championships are Canada’s premier amateur club competition More

Toyota National Championships continues to draw record digital audiences

Posted on 20 October 2017 in National Championships

This year, Canada Soccer’s website attracted more than half a million page views during the six-day coverage More

Six provinces win multiple medals on Teck Finals Day at 2017 Toyota National Championships

Posted on 10 October 2017 in National Championships

With four medals across all competitions, Quebec led the way on Teck Finals Day at the 2017 National Championships.  Alberta, Manitoba and Ontario each earned three medals while Nova Scotia and British Columbia secured two medals.  Newfoundland & Labrador's single medal rounded out the More

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The 2019 Toyota National Championships came to a close with four provinces winning Gold Medals across six competitions held in three Canadian cities from 9 to 14 October. The winners were crowned following 13 months of competition across 10 provinces and 1 territory with a total of 615 teams and more than 12,000 players, coaches and officials vying for the national title at the U-15, U-17 and Senior levels.

With the Jubilee Trophy raised on day five of the Toyota National Championships, Teck Finals Day saw the sixth day of competition conclude with the Challenge Trophy, and U-15 and U-17 Cup Champions crowned in Edmonton, AB; Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; and St. John’s Newfoundland & Labrador.

Teck Finals Day in St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador saw British Columbia crowned champions at the Challenge Trophy competition with the Central City Breakers from Surrey defeating Ottawa’s St. Anthony SC 2:0 to take the Gold Medal. Dartmouth’s United DFC earned the bronze medal with Quebec’s Kodiak Charlesbourg winning the Fifth Place Match, Newfoundland & Labrador’s Holy Cross winning the Seventh Place Match and Manitoba’s FC Winnipeg Lions taking the Ninth Place Match.

Ontario’s Ottawa TFC Academy and Alberta’s Calgary Foothills FC are the Girls’ and Boys’ U-17 Cup Champions respectively at the 2019 Toyota National Championships in Charlottetown, PE. Ottawa defeated Quebec’s Lakeshore SC in their Gold Medal Match 2:1 with Foothills defeating Ontario’s Woodbridge SC 1:0. Surrey United SC from British Columbia finished in third place for the Girls and CS St-Laurent secured third place for the Boys.

Host Alberta teams Calgary Foothills WFC and St. Albert Impact won the Boys’ U-15 Cup and Girls’ U-15 Cup respectively at the 2019 Toyota National Championships in Edmonton, AB. Calgary Foothills defeated Quebec’s AS Brossard 4:2 in the Gold Medal Match in the Girls’ U-15 Cup with St. Albert holding off Calgary Foothills in a 2:1 battle of Alberta in the Boys’ Gold Medal Match. Quebec’s CS St Laurent finished in third place for the Boys and British Columbia’s Surrey United secured third place for the Girls. 

Challenge Trophy Final Standings

  1. Central City Breakers FC
  2. Ottawa St. Anthony SC
  3. United DFC (Dartmouth)
  4. Edmonton Scottish SC
  5. Kodiak Charlesbourg
  6. Fredericton Picaroons Reds
  7. Holy Cross FC (St. John's)
  8. Saskatoon Revolution
  9. FC Winnipeg Lions
  10. Yellowknife YK Galaxy FC

Gold: Central City Breakers FC (Surrey) (BC) 2:0 (ON) Ottawa St. Anthony SC
Bronze: Edmonton Scottish SC (AB) 0:2 (NS) United DFC (Dartmouth)
Fifth Place: Fredericton Picaroons Reds (NB) 0:4 (QC) Kodiak Charlesbourg
Seventh Place: Holy Cross FC (St. John's) (NL) 2:0 (SK) Saskatoon Revolution
Ninth Place: FC Winnipeg Lions (MB) 19:0 (NT) Yellowknife YK Galaxy FC

Girls’ U-17 Cup Final Standings

  1. Ottawa TFC Academy
  2. Lakeshore SC
  3. Surrey United SC
  4. Halifax County United SC
  5. Calgary Foothills WFC
  6. PEI FC
  7. FC Northwest Winnipeg
  8. St. John’s SC
  9. FC Regina Bluestars
  10. Moncton Codiac SC

Gold: Lakeshore SC (QC) 1:2 (ON) Ottawa TFC Academy
Bronze: Surrey United SC (BC) 4:0 (NS) Halifax County United SC
Fifth Place: Calgary Foothills WFC (AB) 3:1 (PE) PEI FC
Seventh Place: FC Northwest Winnipeg (MB) 5:2 (NL) St. John’s SC
Ninth Place: FC Regina Bluestars (SK) 2:0 (NB) Moncton Codiac SC

Boys’ U-17 Cup Final Standings

  1. Calgary Foothills FC
  2. Woodbridge SC
  3. CS St-Laurent
  4. Mountain United FC
  5. Winnipeg Bonivital SC
  6. St. John’s SC
  7. Halifax City SC
  8. FC Regina Bluestars
  9. PEI FC
  10. Moncton Codiac SC

Gold: Calgary Foothills FC (AB) 1:0 (ON) Woodbridge SC
Bronze: CS St-Laurent (QC) 2:2 (4:3 PKs) (BC) Mountain United FC
Fifth Place: St. John’s SC (NL) 1:2 (MB) Winnipeg Bonivital SC
Seventh Place: Halifax City SC (NS) 4:0 (SK) FC Regina Bluestars
Ninth Place: PEI FC (PE) 5:1 (NB) Moncton Codiac SC

Girls’ U-15 Cup Final Standings

  1. Calgary Foothills WFC
  2. AS Brossard
  3. Surrey United SC
  4. CS Dieppe
  5. Edmonton Mill Woods Selects FC
  6. Oshawa Kicks
  7. Conception Bay South
  8. Winnipeg Bonivital SC
  9. PEI FC
  10. Suburban FC
  11. FC Regina Bluestars
  12. Yellowknife Bay SC

Gold: Calgary Foothills WFC (AB) 4:2 (QC) AS Brossard
Bronze: Surrey United SC (BC) 1:0 (NB) CS Dieppe
Fifth Place: Edmonton Mill Woods Selects FC (AB) 2:2 (3:4 PKs) (ON) Oshawa Kicks
Seventh Place: Conception Bay South (NL) 1:2 (MB) Winnipeg Bonivital SC
Consolation Round
PEI FC (PE) 3:0 (SK) FC Regina Bluestars
Suburban FC (NS) 7:0 (NT) Yellowknife Bay SC

Boys’ U-15 Cup Final Standings

  1. St. Albert Impact
  2. Calgary Foothills FC
  3. CS St-Laurent
  4. Winnipeg Bonivital SC
  5. Milton Magic
  6. Vancouver Island Wave
  7. Feildians AA St. John’s
  8. PEI FC
  9. Saskatoon Lakewood Deportivo
  10. Moncton Codiac SC
  11. Halifax County United SC
  12. Yellowknife Bay SC

Gold: Calgary Foothills FC (AB1) 1:2 (AB2) St Albert Impact
Bronze: Winnipeg Bonivital SC (MB) 0:4 (QC) CS St-Laurent
Fifth Place: Milton Magic (ON) 4:1 (BC) Vancouver Island Wave
Seventh Place: PEI FC (PE) 2:2 (1:3 PKs) (NL) Feildians AA St. John’s
Consolation Round
Saskatoon Lakewood Deportivo (SK) 4:0 (NS) Halifax County United SC
Moncton Codiac SC (NB) 1:0 (NT) Yellowknife Bay SC

With one champion already decided, the Teck Finals Day picture is now set at the 2019 Toyota National Championships in Edmonton, Alberta; Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; and St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador.

Quebec’s Royal Sélect Beauport defeated Alberta’s Edmonton Northwest United 1:0 in extra time of the Gold Medal Match of the 2019 Toyota National Championships in St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador to win their second Jubilee Trophy.

The remaining Challenge Trophy matchups for Teck Finals Day were set on day five. With Group A winners Surrey’s Central City Breakers and Group B winners Ottawa’s St. Anthony, the Gold Medal Match was already locked down. Nova Scotia will play Alberta in the Bronze Medal Match after United DFC secured a single point from their match against Quebec’s Kodiak Charlesbourg.

In Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Calgary Foothills clinched their place in the Boys’ U-17 Cup Gold Medal Match with a win over PEI FC and will play Woodbridge SC of Ontario on Teck Finals Day. Quebec’s St Laurent and BC’s Mountain United will play-off in the Bronze Medal Match. The Girls’ U-17 Cup finalists (Lakeshore, QC and Ottawa TFC Academy, ON) were already decided after Saturday’s action, but Mountain United of BC, and Nova Scotia’s Halifax County, confirmed their places in the Bronze Medal Match. 
 
Alberta’s St. Alberta Impact will meet Calgary Foothills FC in the 2019 Toyota National Championships Boys’ U-15 Cup Gold Medal Match on Teck Finals Day in Edmonton, AB. Foothills will also be represented in the Girls’ U-15 Cup Gold Medal Matches against Quebec’s AS Brossard. Manitoba’s Winnipeg Bonivital SC faces Quebec’s St. Laurent in the Bronze Medal Match on the Boys’ side of the draw with BC’s Surrey United facing New Brunswick’s CS Dieppe in the Girls’ Bronze Medal match.
 
Jubilee Trophy

Gold: Edmonton Northwest United SC (AB) 0:1 a.e.t.(QC) Royal Sélect Beauport
Bronze: Feildians AA (St. John’s) (NL) 0:1 (BC) Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC
Fifth place: Scarborough GS United (ON) 0:0 (3:4 PKs) (NS) United DFC (Dartmouth)
Seventh place: Holy Cross FC (NL) 3:1 (MB) FC Northwest Winnipeg

Jubilee Trophy Final Standings

  1. Royal Sélect Beauport
  2. Edmonton Northwest United SC
  3. Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC
  4. Feildians AA
  5. United DFC
  6. Scarborough GS United
  7. Holy Cross FC
  8. FC Northwest Winnipeg

Challenge Trophy

Group A - Holy Cross FC (St. John's) (NL) 3:1 (NB) Fredericton Picaroons Reds
Group A - Edmonton Scottish SC (AB) 2:1 (MB) FC Winnipeg Lions
Group B - Kodiak Charlesbourg (QC) 0:0 (NS) United DFC
Group B - Saskatoon Revolution (SK) 10:1 (NT) Yellowknife YK Galaxy FC

Boys’ U-17 Cup

Group A - Calgary Foothills FC (AB) 3:1 (PE) PEI FC
Group A - St John’s SC (NL) 3:2 (NS) Halifax City SC
Group B - Mountain United (BC) 7:0 (NB) Moncton Codiac SC.
Group B - Winnipeg Bonivital SC (MB) 5:0 (SK) FC Regina Bluestars

Girls’ U-17 Cup

Group A - FC Northwest Winnipeg (MB) 1:1 (BC) Surrey United
Group A - Calgary Foothills WFC (AB) 10:0 (SK) FC Regina Bluestars
Group B - St John’s SC (NL) 0:2 PEI FC (PE)
Group B - Halifax County SC (NS) 4:0 (NB) Moncton Codiac SC

Boys’ U-15 Cup

Semi-Final Round
Calgary Foothills FC (AB) 1:0 (MB) Winnipeg Bonivital SC
CS St-Laurent (QC) 1:1 (5:6 PKs) (AB) St. Albert Impact

5-8 Placement Round
Vancouver Island Wave (BC) 1:0 (NL) Feildians AA St. John’s
Milton Magic (ON) 5:0 (PE) PEI FC

Consolation Round
Halifax County United SC (NS) 1:2 (NB) Moncton Codiac SC
Saskatoon Lakewood Deportivo (SK) 5:0 (NT) Yellowknife Bay SC

Girls’ U-15 Cup

Semi-Final Round
CS Dieppe (NB) 0:0 (1:4 PKs) (QC) AS Brossard
Surrey United SC (BC)1:2 (AB) Calgary Foothills

5-8 Placement Round
Edmonton Mill Woods Selects FC (AB) 5:1 (NL) Conception Bay South
Oshawa Kicks (ON) 2:0 (MB) Winnipeg Bonivital SC

Consolation Round
PEI FC (PE) 4:1 (NT) Yellowknife Bay SC
FC Regina Bluestars (SK) 0:1 (NS) Suburban FC

The 2019 Toyota National Championships Challenge and Jubilee Trophy Finals are set with a few medal spots remaining across the U-15 and U-17 Cup competitions after day four.

With four straight shutouts, Ontario’s Ottawa St. Anthony are set to face Surrey’s Central City Breakers in the Gold Medal Match on Teck Finals Day at the 2019 Toyota National Championships Challenge Trophy competition. Ontario defeated Quebec setting up a Group B battle for the Bronze Medal match between Nova Scotia’s United DFC and Kodiak Charlesbourg. Fredericton Picaroons look to lock up second place in Group A against winless Holy Cross.  
 
A pair of 2:0 victories as Edmonton’s Northwest United SC defeated Newfoundland & Labrador’s Feildians AA of St. John’s to secure Group A and Royal Sélect Beauport from Quebec defeated Coquitlam Metro-Ford to top Group B. Both teams earned their spot in Sunday 13 October’s Jubilee Trophy Gold Medal Match at the 2019 Toyota National Championships in St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador.
 
After three beautiful days, a healthy dose of rain covered the U-17 Cup in Charlottetown, but it didn’t dampen the spirits of those travelling from Ontario, who saw both their teams take top spot in their respective Groups. Woodbridge SC defeated Winnipeg Bonivital to win Group B and secure a place in the Boys’ U-15 Cup Gold Medal Match, while Ottawa TFC Academy tied with St John’s to win Group B and claim a place in the Girls’ U-17 Cup Gold Medal Match on Teck Finals Day, Monday 14 October.
 
The Semi-Final Round is set at the U-15 Cup competition in Edmonton, AB. Three Alberta teams will be represented as both Calgary Foothills boy’s and girl’s teams and St. Albert Impact boys will play in the U-15 Cup Semi-Finals.
 
Challenge Trophy
 
Group A – Surrey Central City Breakers (BC) 1:1 (AB) Edmonton Scottish
Group A – Fredericton Picaroons (NB) 5:3 (MB) FC Northwest Winnipeg
Group B – United Dartmouth FC (NS) 5:0 (NT) Yellowknife YK Galaxy FC  
Group B – Ottawa St. Anthony (ON) 1:0 (QC) Kodiak Charlesbourg
 
Jubilee Trophy
 
Group A - Edmonton Northwest United SC (AB) 2:0 (NL) Feildians AA St. John’s
Group A - Scarborough GS United (ON) 2:2 (NL) Holy Cross FC
Group B - Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC (BC) 0:2 (QC) Royal Sélect Beauport
Group B - United DFC (NS) 2:0 (MB) FC Northwest Winnipeg
 
Boys’ U-17 Cup
 
Group A – CS St Laurent (QC) 2:2 (NL) St John’s SC
Group A - Halifax City SC (NS) 2: 1 (PE) PEI FC
Group B - FC Regina Bluestars (SK) 0:0 (NB) Moncton Codiac SC
Group B – Woodbridge SC (ON) 3:0 (MB) Winnipeg Bonivital SC
 
Girls’ U-17 Cup
 
Group A – Lakeshore SC (QC) 4:1 (MB) FC Northwest Winnipeg
Group A - Surrey United SC (BC) 3:0 (SK) FC Regina Bluestars
Group B – Ottawa TFC Academy (ON) 1:1 (NL) St John’s SC
Group B – PEI FC (PE) 2:0 (NB) Moncton Codiac SC
 
Boys’ U-15 Cup
 
Quarterfinals
Milton Magic (ON) 0:1 (AB) Calgary Foothills FC Boys
CS St-Laurent (QC) 4:1 (BC) Vancouver Island Wave Boys
St. Albert Impact (AB) 3:1 (NL) Feildians AA St. John’s
Winnipeg Bonivital SC (MB) 3:2 (PE) PEI FC
 
Consolation Round
Saskatoon Lakewood Deportivo (SK) 5:0 (NB) Moncton Codiac SC
Halifax County United SC (NS) 7:1 (NT) Yellowknife Bay SC
 
Girls’ U-15 Cup
 
Quarterfinals
Oshawa Kicks (ON) 0:1 (NB) CS Dieppe Girls
Surrey United SC (BC) 6:5 (AB) Edmonton Mill Woods Selects FC Girls
AS Brossard (QC) 3:1 (MB) Winnipeg Bonivital SC
Calgary Foothills WFC (AB) 5:0 (NL) Conception Bay South
 
Consolation Round
PEI FC (PE) 1:0 (NS) Suburban FC Girls
FC Regina Bluestars (SK) 3:0 (NT) Yellowknife Bay SC

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