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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

Teck Finals Day set at 2017 Toyota National Championships

Posted on 9 October 2017 in National Championships

The medal matchups are set for Teck Finals Day at the 2017 Canada Soccer Toyota National Championships.In Surrey, BC, the hometown British Columbians missed their chance to secure the Jubilee Trophy today, and will have to wait for the Newfoundland & Labrador vs Alberta result to determine their More

Contenders continue to battle on Day 4 of 2017 Toyota National Championships

Posted on 8 October 2017 in National Championships

 The quest for gold continued on day four of the 2017 Canada Soccer Toyota National Championships.In Surrey, BC, hometown favourites Surrey United SC took three points to sit atop the medal round of the Jubilee Trophy. Meanwhile, at the Challenge Trophy, Western Halifax kept their unblemished r More

Teck Finals Day picture becomes clearer on day three of 2017 Toyota National Championships

Posted on 7 October 2017 in National Championships

Quarterfinalists and medal contenders become clear on day three of the 2017 Canada Soccer National Championships. In Surrey, British Columbia the medal round for the Jubilee Trophy is set as British Columbia booked their place alongside Alberta and Newfoundland and Labrador. Meanwhile the Challenge More

Contenders begin to emerge on day two of 2017 Toyota National Championships

Posted on 6 October 2017 in National Championships

With the completion of match day two of the 2017 Canada Soccer Toyota National Championships, all teams have now played their first game of the competition. Contenders began to distance themselves from the pack while some women's teams have now guaranteed themselves a medal.At the U-15 Cup in Calgar More

Canada Soccer kicks off 2017 Toyota National Championships

Posted on 5 October 2017 in National Championships

The first match day of the 2017 Canada Soccer Toyota National Championships is in the books. Teams from across the country kicked off the U-15 Cup in Calgary, AB, U-17 Cup in Fredericton, NB, as well as the Jubilee and Challenge Trophy tournaments in Surrey, BC.Sunshine and opening ceremonies greete More

2017 Toyota National Championships set to kick off across Canada

Posted on 3 October 2017 in National Championships

Canada’s six national amateur champions will be crowned over Thanksgiving weekend across three Canadian cities More

More than 10,000 players from nearly 600 teams began the journey to Canada Soccer’s Toyota National Championships

Posted on 28 September 2017 in National Championships

The 63 finalists have been confirmed for this year’s Toyota National Championships More

Journey to Surrey: 19 teams qualified for Toyota National Championships

Posted on 20 September 2017 in National Championships

The field has been set for the 2017 Toyota National Championships men’s Challenge Trophy and women’s Jubilee Trophy finals More

Canada Soccer unveils new logo, announces locations through 2019 for Toyota National Championships

Posted on 9 August 2017 in National Championships

Building on their new partnership, Canada Soccer have introduced Toyota Canada as the title sponsor for the Toyota National Championships More

Journey to Langley 2017 underway across Canada

Posted on 13 May 2017 in National Championships

The journey to Canada Soccer's 2017 National Championships is underway across Canada with close to 200 adult teams competing for a chance to lift the men’s Challenge Trophy and women’s Jubilee Trophy. The provincial and territorial winners from across Canada will meet in Langley, British More

Langley picked to host 2017 National Championships

Posted on 30 January 2017 in National Championships

Canada Soccer's 2017 National Championships Challenge Trophy and Jubilee Trophy finals More

2016 Canada Soccer National Championships Discipline Summary

Posted on 30 January 2017 in National Championships

The discipline process for the 2016 Canada Soccer National Championships has now been completed. More

Alberta, Quebec and Ontario lead the way on TECK Finals Day

Posted on 10 October 2016 in National Championships

Ontario, with six medals, Alberta with four, Quebec and British Columbia with three, Manitoba and Nova Scotia with singles More

Championships’ contenders become clear on match day four

Posted on 9 October 2016 in National Championships

Seven of sixteen teams have booked their gold medal tickets with two finals already set. More

Field set for TECK Finals Day at the Sport Chek National Championships

Posted on 9 October 2016 in National Championships

The Sport Chek National Championships will crown eight champions and 24 medalists on 10 October More

Goals flow on match day three of Sport Chek National Championships

Posted on 8 October 2016 in National Championships

135 total goals across all competitions More

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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 adult, U-17 or U-15 competitions.

Host cities for the 2020 Toyota National Championships are: Halifax, Nova Scotia for the Challenge Trophy & Jubilee Trophy competitions (hosted by Soccer Nova Scotia); Moncton, New Brunswick for the U-17 Cup (City of Moncton); and Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario for the U-15 Cup (Kitchener-Waterloo Tourism).

Host cities for the 2021 Toyota National Championships are: Surrey, British Columbia for the Challenge Trophy & Jubilee Trophy competitions (hosted by Central City Breakers FC and Surrey FC); Montréal, Québec for the U-17 Cup (Montréal Concordia SC); and Ottawa, Ontario for the U-15 Cup (Ottawa-Carleton SC and the Eastern Ontario DSA).

"The Toyota National Championships are Canada Soccer's largest amateur competition, extending from coast to coast to coast each year with more than 600 competing clubs and 10,000 players," said Peter Montopoli, Canada Soccer General Secretary. "The Toyota National Championships provide an impactful experience for our sport and our host communities, helping to build an important legacy for sport in Canada."

The six 2020-2021 host cities were selected after an extensive bid evaluation process. They will follow 2019 hosts St. John's, NL (Challenge/Jubilee), PEISA, Charlottetown, PE (U-17), and EMSA, Edmonton, AB (U-15).

In 2018, more than 600 teams have entered provincial or territorial playdowns for the Toyota National Championships. Teams that qualify will compete in the Toyota National Championships from 3-8 October, with six national winners to be crowned on the final day. The 2018 Toyota National Championships take place in Saskatoon, SK (adult), Surrey, BC (U-17), and Laval, QC (U-15).

The Toyota National Championships are Canada's premier amateur soccer competitions. This year marks the 96th edition of the men's competition and 37th edition of the senior women's competition. While the competition has sometimes featured professional or semi-professional teams, since the early 1960s the National Championships have strictly featured amateur teams.

 

Canada Soccer has invited the soccer communities, municipalities, and interested parties from coast to coast to coast to host their biggest annual competition – the Toyota National Championships in 2020 and 2021. Canada Soccer has opened its request for proposals across three age groups in each year with a 6 January 2018 deadline for letters of interest. The bid process will extend into the New Year with the selected hosts for each event being announced at the Annual Meeting of the Membership in May 2018.

The Toyota National Championships are Canada’s premier amateur club competition, with the week-long finals held simultaneously across three venues each October. For both 2020 and 2021, Canada Soccer will work in collaboration with the Local Organising Committee as established by the successful bidding proposals for each of the following competitions: the Men’s Challenge Trophy and Women’s Jubilee Trophy finals; the Boys and Girls U-17 Cup; and the boys and girls U-15 Cup.

“The Toyota National Championships are the crown of the premier amateur soccer season, bringing together clubs, players, coaches, officials, and volunteers from all regions of our country,” said Peter Montopoli, General Secretary, Canada Soccer. “Every year, the Toyota National Championships offer an impactful experience for our sport and our host communities, helping to build an important legacy for sport in Canada.”
 
For the 2017 Toyota National Championships, close to 600 teams and more than 10,000 players took part in 13 months of qualifiers in the lead up to the finals in three venues: Surrey, British Columbia; Fredericton, New Brunswick; and Calgary, Alberta. From 4-9 October, 63 teams took part in the finals with 153 matches played over six days, 54 of which were live streamed across the country. Canada Soccer’s website attracted more than half a million page views during the six-day coverage while there were more than 1.4 million impressions on Twitter, 125,000 impressions on Facebook, and 380,000 impressions on Instagram. In the week after the finals, Canada Soccer’s photo library garnered more than 300,000 views in four-day window, including a Canada Soccer record 100,000 views in a single day.
 
The opportunity to bid is open to all Canadian communities. Canada Soccer strongly encourages bidding communities to obtain the support of the Provincial or Territorial Soccer Association, City, and/or Local Soccer Club. The final site selection for the Toyota National Championships will be managed by Canada Soccer’s Competition Selection Committee. Successful bid applicants will be awarded one of the age categories by the Canada Soccer Competitions Committee.

Canada Soccer continues to reach Canadians coast to coast to coast and hit new milestones across its digital platforms for the Toyota National Championships. This year, Canada Soccer’s website attracted more than half a million page views during the six-day coverage from 4-9 October. On Thursday 8 October, CanadaSoccer.com had its third-busiest day ever with more than 133,000 page views.

The Toyota National Championships coverage drew more than 1.4 million impressions on Twitter, with results from 153 matches in Surrey, British Columbia, Fredericton, New Brunswick, and Calgary, Alberta shared. Daily stories garnered an additional 125,000 impressions on Facebook while photos and video on Instagram drew 380,000 impressions.

For the second year in a row, matches were broadcast on every day of the Toyota National Championships. This year, 54 matches were broadcast featuring each team across all three venues, including all championship finals over the Thanksgiving weekend.

Coverage continued in the week after Teck Finals, with more than 500 photos published from the three venues on Flickr.com/canadasoccer garnering more than 300,000 views in four days, topping out with a Canada Soccer record 100,000 views in a single day.

Seven provinces win medals at Toyota National Championships
The Toyota National Championships wrapped up 13 months of competition in which more than 10,000 players from nearly 600 teams set their sights on a national title. From the 63 teams that reached the final week in October, six champions were crowned in three cities on Teck Finals Day over Thanksgiving weekend: the senior champions in Surrey, British Columbia; the U-17 Cup champions in Fredericton, New Brunswick; and the U-15 Cup champions in Calgary, Alberta.

Challenge Trophy (men’s senior): Western Halifax FC

Jubilee Trophy (women’s senior): Edmonton Victoria SC

U-17 Cup: Winnipeg Bonivital SC (boys) and CS Lakeshore (girls)

U-15 Cup: CS Longueuil (boys) and Surrey United SC (girls)

Looking ahead, competition is already underway for the 2018 Toyota National Championships, with next year’s finals to be played in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (Challenge Trophy and Jubilee Trophy), Surrey, British Columbia (U-17 Cup), and Laval, Québec (U-15 Cup).

Toyota National Championships
Canada Soccer’s Toyota National Championships serves as our nation’s premier amateur competition and 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 and the Canadian Championship featuring Canada’s professional clubs.
 

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