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2019 Canada Soccer Futsal Canadian Championship dates and location announced

Posted on 29 January 2019 in Futsal Canadian Championship

The 2019 Futsal Canadian Championship will be held 11-14 April 2019 at Queen’s University in Kingston, ON and feature eight teams from seven Provincial and Territorial Member Associations. The competition will feature 16 games over 4 days with the 2019 Futsal Canadian Championship final going More

Ontario’s Toronto Idolo Futsal win 2018 Futsal Canadian Championship

Posted on 22 April 2018 in Futsal Canadian Championship

Ontario’s Toronto Idolo Futsal defeated Québec’s Sporting Montréal FC 6:1 to earn their first Futsal Canadian Championship title on 22 April, at Queen’s University in Kingston, ON. Last year’s silver medalists, Saskatoon Olimpia SK FC earned a bronze medal wi More

Ontario’s Toronto Idolo Futsal to face Québec’s Sporting Montréal FC in 2018 Futsal Canadian Championship Final

Posted on 21 April 2018 in Futsal Canadian Championship

Québec’s Sporting Montréal FC will look to be the first team to repeat as Futsal Canadian Championship winners when they face Ontario’s Toronto Idolo Futsal on Sunday 22 April. Ontario defeated Sporting Québec FC in a thrilling Group A finale 7:6 to earn first pl More

Two provinces and two territories make Futsal Canadian Championship debut

Posted on 20 April 2018 in Futsal Canadian Championship

For the very first time in any Canada Soccer national competition, Nunavut made their Futsal Canadian Championship debut along with Alberta, Mantioba, and Yukon on Day One of the 2018 Futsal Canadian Championship from Kingston, ON. Manitoba's Winnipeg Rovers FC earned three points in their 17:2 vict More

Québec and Ontario lead the way at 2018 Futsal Canadian Championship

Posted on 20 April 2018 in Futsal Canadian Championship

Québec champion Sporting Québec FC will play Ontario’s Toronto Idolo Futsal on Saturday, 21 April to determine who tops Group A and moves on to the Gold Medal game the following day. Toronto Idolo Futsal defeated Yukon 15:2 while Sporting Québec FC defeated Calgary’s More

Expanded field set for Canada Soccer’s 2018 Futsal Canadian Championship

Posted on 10 April 2018 in Futsal Canadian Championship

Eight teams will participate in Canada Soccer’s newly expanded 2018 Futsal Canadian Championship including first-time entrants from Alberta, Manitoba, Yukon, and Nunavut. The annual competition runs this 19-22 April at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario with teams from five differen More

Canada Soccer announces expanded 2018 Futsal Canadian Championship

Posted on 24 January 2018 in Futsal Canadian Championship

Eight teams from five provinces and two territories will participate in the 2018 Futsal Canadian Championship 19-22 April 2018 at Queen’s University in Kingston, ON. Saskatchewan, Ontario and Quebec, who played for the 2017 Championship will be joined by Nunavut, Yukon, Alberta, Manitoba and a More

Canada opens with Group B match at the 2017 CONCACAF Futsal Club Championship

Posted on 21 August 2017 in Futsal Canadian Championship

Sporting Outlaws FC open their 2017 CONCACAF Futsal Club Championship tonight against Costa Rica More

2017 Futsal Canadian Champions Sporting Outlaws drawn into Group B at 2017 CONCACAF Futsal Club Championship

Posted on 21 July 2017 in Futsal Canadian Championship

Group B Costa Rica, Canada, Cuba, Mexico More

Montréal Sporting Outlaws FC earn Québec its first Futsal Canadian Championship

Posted on 23 April 2017 in Futsal Canadian Championship

Montréal Sporting Outlaws FC 7:3 Saskatoon Olimpia SK FC More

Quebec takes Futsal Canadian Championship opener

Posted on 22 April 2017 in Futsal Canadian Championship

Quebec’s futsal champions won the first match of the 2017 Futsal Canadian Championship from Queen’s University in Kingston, ON 21 April 2017. More

Saskatchewan draw Ontario in their first-ever Futsal Canadian Championship match

Posted on 22 April 2017 in Futsal Canadian Championship

Futsal Canadian Championship debutants Saskatoon Olimpia SK FC draw Futsal Club Toronto 5:5 in the second round robin match More

Saskatchewan and Quebec to play in 2017 Futsal Canadian Championship Final

Posted on 22 April 2017 in Futsal Canadian Championship

Québec’s Montréal Sporting Outlaws FC earn 2:1 victory over Olimpia SK FC 22 April More

Canada Soccer kicks off 2017 Futsal Canadian Championship in Kingston, ON

Posted on 21 April 2017 in Futsal Canadian Championship

The expanded 2017 edition of Canada Soccer’s Futsal Canadian Championship will feature three provincial representatives for the first time More

Three finalists set to compete for Futsal Canadian Championship in April

Posted on 7 April 2017 in Futsal Canadian Championship

The teams are set for the third annual Futsal Canadian Championship which will run 21-23 April in Kingston, ON More

Kingston picked to host 2017 Futsal Canadian Championship

Posted on 31 January 2017 in Futsal Canadian Championship

The 2017 finals will be played from 21-23 April at Queen's University. More

Canada Soccer completes successful 2016 Futsal Canadian Championship

Posted on 13 April 2016 in Futsal Canadian Championship

Men, women, coaches and referees all represented in Oshawa More

Toronto United wins 2016 Futsal Canadian Championship

Posted on 10 April 2016 in Futsal Canadian Championship

Toronto United Futsal 8-6 FC Sparte More

Futsal Canadian Championship will be livestreamed via CanadaSoccer.com

Posted on 5 April 2016 in Futsal Canadian Championship

Futsal Canadian Championship will be livestreamed via CanadaSoccer.com More

Canada Soccer confirms finalists for 2016 Futsal Canadian Championship

Posted on 13 March 2016 in Futsal Canadian Championship

Toronto United Futsal v. Sparte FC More

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The 2019 Futsal Canadian Championship will be held 11-14 April 2019 at Queen’s University in Kingston, ON and feature eight teams from seven Provincial and Territorial Member Associations. The competition will feature 16 games over 4 days with the 2019 Futsal Canadian Championship final going Sunday 14 April at 12:30 p.m. ET. All games will be streamed live on CanadaSoccer.com.

2018 Futsal Canadian Championship winners, Ontario’s Toronto Idolo Futsal, will return to the competition joining the Ontario provincial champions (or second place team should Idolo win the 2019 Ontario Futsal Cup), as well as the provincial champions from Quebec, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Alberta. In addition, territorial representatives from Nunavut and Yukon will return to Kingston for a second straight year.

Provincial and Territorial Member Association Qualification Championships Dates

Manitoba Soccer Association
26 January, 9-10 February

Nunavut Soccer Association
14-17 February, Rankin Inlet

Saskatchewan Soccer Association
22-24 February

Alberta Soccer Association
9-11 March

Ontario Soccer
8-10 Feb, 23-24 March

Quebec Soccer Federation
23-24 March

Launched in 2015, the Futsal Canadian Championship is Canada’s top-level club futsal championship. Ontario are the defending Futsal Canadian Championship winners, Quebec was the 2017 champion, while Ontario were the inaugural 2015 and 2016 champions.

Futsal is a unique, fast-paced indoor sport played across Canada and around the world. Canada Soccer is committed to the growth and promotion of the game. At the elite club level, Canada Soccer supports domestic competition through the annual Futsal Canadian Championship.

Canada Soccer is committed to supporting international playing opportunities in futsal through participation in the Concacaf Club Futsal Championships and through the Futsal National Team with international participation in the Concacaf Futsal Championship and the FIFA Futsal World Cup.
 

Ontario’s Toronto Idolo Futsal defeated Québec’s Sporting Montréal FC 6:1 to earn their first Futsal Canadian Championship title on 22 April, at Queen’s University in Kingston, ON. Last year’s silver medalists, Saskatoon Olimpia SK FC earned a bronze medal with a 5:2 victory over Québec’s Sporting Québec FC. Alberta defeated Manitoba 4:2 to secure fifth place while Yukon defeated Nunavut 3:2 to earn seventh place.

In the final, Ontario’s Toronto Idolo Futsal got two goals from Damion Graham, and singles from Edson Jimenez, Christian Samaniego, Marco Rodriguez, and Eduardo Jauregui. Manuel Adair Chavez Melendez scored for Sporting Montréal FC.

The tournament’s leading goal scorer was Toronto’s Damion Graham who scored 13 goals in four games including his 2 in the Final.

Bronze Medal Match
QC-Sporting Québec FC 2:5 SK-Saskatoon Olimpia SK FC

Saskatchewan earn the bronze medal with a 5:2 victory over Québec. Nikolas Baikas scored three and Michael Veszi had two for Saskatoon Olimpia SK FC. Frédéric Beaulieu and Morio Gerges scored for Sporting Québec FC.

5/6 Place Match
AB-Calgary Progressive FC 4:2 MB-Winnipeg Rovers FC

Alberta secured 5th place with a 4:2 win over Manitoba. Carlos Melendez Salinas and Shawn Chamberlain each had two for Calgary Progressive FC. Alex Castro and Yahia Chihab had the goals for Winnipeg Rovers FC.

7/8 Place Match
YT-Whitehorse Yukon Selects FC 3:2 NU-Rankin FC

Yukon earned 7th place with their 3:2 win over Nunavut. Carl Knickle had two and Simon Kishchuk the single for Whitehorse. Chad Graham and Kris Okpatauyak each scored for Rankin FC.

Two provinces and two territories participated in their first Futsal Canadian Championship as the competition grew from three teams in 2017 to eight teams in 2018. Nunavut’s Rankin FC were that territory’s first-ever Canada Soccer national competition entrant. Manitoba, Calgary, and Yukon all sent teams for the first time.

Launched in 2015, the Futsal Canadian Championship is Canada’s top-level futsal championship. Quebec were the 2017 Futsal Canadian Championship winners, while Ontario were the inaugural 2015 and 2016 champions.

 

Québec’s Sporting Montréal FC will look to be the first team to repeat as Futsal Canadian Championship winners when they face Ontario’s Toronto Idolo Futsal on Sunday 22 April. Ontario defeated Sporting Québec FC in a thrilling Group A finale 7:6 to earn first place in the group and sending Sporting Québec FC to play for bronze against Saskatoon Olimpia SK FC.

Saskatoon, last year’s runners-up, defeated Manitoba’s Winnipeg Rovers FC 8:2 to earn second place in Group B. Manitoba will move on to face Alberta’s Calgary Progressive FC for fifth place, while the seventh place match will feature two territories as Yukon’s Whitehorse Yukon Selects FC will face Nunavut’s Rankin FC.
 
NU-Rankin FC 2:14 QC-Sporting Montréal FC

Sporting Montréal FC qualified for their second straight Futsal Canadian Championship Final earning a full 9 points in Group B action. Berlin Jean-Gilles scored five Mohamed Ramzdine Farsi and Manuel Adair Chavez Melendez had three each, Mohamed-Abdullah Souilmi had two and Jonathan Amaya-Canales scored a single for Québec. For their part, Rankin FC held a 1-0 lead mid-way through the first half on Brian Nilaulak’s goal. Kris Okpatauyak book ended Québec’s goals with a last minute penalty.

AB-Calgary Progressive FC 10:1 YT-Whitehorse Yukon Selects FC

Alberta’s Calgary Progressive FC earned their first points of the Futsal Canadian Championships with a win over Yukon’s Whitehorse Yukon Selects FC. Graham Fisher had four, Shawn Chamberlain had two, and Michael Zepeda, Nicholas Rapchuk, Franciso Puerta, and Carlos Melendez Salinas scored singles for Calgary. Ashley Jordan scored for Yukon.

SK-Saskatoon Olimpia SK FC 8:2 MB-Winnipeg Rovers FC

Saskatchewan finished second in Group B with the win over Winnipeg who will play in the 5/6 match on Sunday against Calgary. Nikolas Baikas scored three, Mitchell Bauche had two and Fitzroy Christie and Evan Schuler added singles for Saskatoon. Yahia Chihab had a single for Winnipeg.

QC- Sporting Québec FC 6:7 ON-Toronto Idolo Futsal

Ontario’s Toronto Idolo Futsal withheld late pressure from Québec’s Sporting Québec FC to earn their place in the Fustal Canadian Championship final with a 7:6 victory. Eduardo Jauregui and Damion Graham scored twice, and Jacob Orellana, Luis Rocha, and Kevin Valdes had singles. Jonathan Vallée had three, Diego Flores had two, and Bila Dicko-Raynauld had a single.

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