Venues named for upcoming U-15 Cup, U-17 Cup and Challenge/Jubilee Trophy
Canada Soccer has announced the locations for three future editions of its Toyota National Championships. Charlottetown, PE, Surrey, BC, Vaughan, ON, Waterloo Region, ON, Moncton, NB, Halifax, NS, Quinte West, ON, and Cape Breton, NS have all been selected. Following a Request for Proposals, Canada Soccer received a high level of interest, including bids from previous hosts, which is an indication of the importance of hosting the Toyota National Championships in communities across the country.
“The Toyota National Championships are the largest amateur team sport competition in Canada, and we are proud to bring a meaningful sporting opportunity to the nearly 600 clubs and 1,500 participants each Fall,” said Dr. Nick Bontis, Canada Soccer President. “Congratulations to the eight municipalities with whom we will collaborate to ensure the best participant experience for the players, coaches, referees, and families.”
In 2022, Charlottetown, PE will host the U-15 Cup, Surrey, BC will host the U-17 Cup, and Vaughan, ON will host the Jubilee and Challenge Trophy competitions.
In 2023, the U-15 Cup will be held in Waterloo Region, ON, the U-17 Cup in Moncton, NB, and the Jubilee/Challenge Trophy competitions in Halifax, NS.
In 2024, Quinte West, ON will host the U-15 Cup, Cape Breton, NS will host the U-17 Cup and Surrey, BC will host the Jubilee/Challenge Trophy competitions.
Previously announced hosts for the upcoming 2021 Toyota National Championships include U-15 Cup hosts Ottawa, ON, U-17 Cup hosts Montreal, QC and Jubilee/Challenge Trophy hosts Surrey, BC.
2022 Toyota National Championships – 5-10 October 2022
U-15 Cup Hosts: Charlottetown, PE
U-17 Cup Hosts: Surrey, BC
Jubilee/Challenge Trophy Hosts: Vaughan, ON
2023 Toyota National Championships – 4-9 October 2023
U-15 Cup Hosts: Waterloo Region, ON
U-17 Cup Hosts: Moncton, NB
Jubilee/Challenge Trophy Hosts: Halifax, NS
2024 Toyota National Championships – 9-14 October 2024
U-15 Cup Hosts: Quinte West, ON
U-17 Cup Hosts: Cape Breton, NS
Jubilee/Challenge Trophy Hosts: Surrey, BC
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