2024 TELUS Canadian Championship

The 17th edition of the TELUS Canadian Championship kicks off in April with the Preliminary Round scheduled for six venues from coast to coast across the country. The ties for both the Preliminary Round and Quarter-Finals were set on Friday 23 February through the Official Draw at Canada Soccer House in Ottawa, a live event to which all 14 clubs were invited to watch through Zoom.

In all, there will be 19 matches in the 2024 TELUS Canadian Championship. While the first round will feature a single-match knockout format, both the Quarter-Finals and Semi-Finals will feature home-and-away series. From there, the two last teams standing will face each other in a single-match Final on 24 or 25 September.

The Draw for the Semi-Finals is set for 29 May, to be aired live on OneSoccer.

Schedule & Results

Preliminary Round

Quarter-Final Round

Semi-Final Round

Final Round

Clubs

About

The TELUS Canadian Championship is Canada Soccer’s highest domestic professional soccer competition and serves as a qualification route for Canadian professional clubs into Concacaf Champions Cup and onto the FIFA Club World Cup.

Dubbed the Battle of the North, the Championship sets itself apart from all North American professional sports competitions that operate on both sides of the border as the only one to hold an all-Canadian competition that leads to the international stage.

The Voyageurs Cup has been awarded to the Canadian Championship winner since 2008. Created by the Voyageurs Canadian Supporters group, the trophy represents Canadian fans’ commitment to the game in our country.