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

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

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

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

Quebec's CS Lakeshore are the U-17 Cup Girls National Champions after topping Ontario's Burlington Bayhawks in penalty kicks at the Teck Finals Day Final Match in Fredericton, New Brunswick.Manitoba's Winnipeg Bonivital are the U-17 Cup Boys National Champions after topping Quebec's CS Mistral Sherb More

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Canada Soccer Toyota National Championships

Canada Soccer’s Toyota National Championships have served as our nation’s premier amateur competition for more than 100 years, with the men’s competition inaugurated in 1913 and the women’s competition inaugurated in 1982. At all age levels, the Toyota National Championships provide a meaningful soccer experience for host cities and participating teams, as well as the players, coaches, support staff, officials, and volunteers. These competitions are complimented by both the Futsal Canadian Championship (since 2015) and the Canadian Championship featuring Canada’s professional clubs (since 2008).