Provincial and territorial competitions for the 2024 season

Canada Soccer

Across the 2023-24 and 2024 seasons, Canada Soccer’s Member Associations will host provincial and territorial championships across several age categories, with the (open) adult, U-17 and U-15 categories eligible for qualification to Canada Soccer’s 2024 Toyota National Championships.

As Canada Soccer’s largest national event featuring clubs from coast to coast, the Toyota National Championships have served as the nation’s primary amateur soccer competition for more than 100 years, with the men’s competition inaugurated in 1913, the youth competition inaugurated in 1966, and the women’s competition inaugurated in 1982. At all age levels, the Toyota National Championships provide a meaningful week-long soccer experience for host cities and participating teams, as well as the players, coaches, support staff, officials, and volunteers.

Here’s an overview of the 2023-24 and 2024 provincial and territorial qualifiers for the Toyota National Championships (along with the total number of clubs participating in each division).

COMPETITION WEBSITES

BC Soccer Provincial Championships : https://www.bcsoccer.net/competitions/provincial-championships/
Alberta Soccer Provincial Championships: https://provincials.albertasoccer.com/
Saskatchewan Sask Cup: https://sasksoccer.com/content/sask-cup-formerly-provincial-championships
Manitoba MSA Cup Provincial Championships: https://manitobasoccer.ca/content/provincials
Ontario Cup: https://www.ontariosoccer.net/ontario-cup
Ligue de soccer élite du Québec (LSEQ): https://www.soccerquebec.org/fr/page/competitions_amateurs/lseq.html
Soccer NB Provincial Championships: https://www.soccernb.org/en/competitions/provincials/
Soccer Nova Scotia Provincial Championships: https://competitions.soccerns.ca/
Newfoundland & Labrador: http://www.nlsa.ca/content/tournament-hosts-and-dates

MEN’S CHALLENGE TROPHY

Qualifiers for the 2024 Toyota National Championships:
(66) British Columbia: 66 teams from three leagues from which 16 teams advanced to the 2023-24 BC playdowns
– FVSL 22 teams in League or Pakenham Cup from which five teams qualified for the BC Cup
– VMSL 24 teams in the Premier Division or Imperial Cup from which six teams qualified for the BC Cup
– VISL 20 teams in either Division 1 or Cup competition from which five teams qualified for the BC Cup
(8) Alberta: eight teams in the AMSL North & South Divisions starting 4 May; four teams in the playoffs through 18 August 2024
(1) Yukon: Whitehorse Yukon Selects FC won the territorial championship by acclamation
(5) Manitoba: five teams in the Manitoba Cup competition from 6 to 27 July 2024
(46) Ontario: 46 teams in the Ontario Cup from 23 June to 8 September 2024
(16) Québec: 16 teams in the LSEQ from 13 April to 15 September 2024
(6) New Brunswick: six teams in the NBSL starting 11 May; four teams in the playoffs which run through 1 September 2024
(7) Nova Scotia: seven teams in the NSSL starting 4 May; four teams in the playoffs which run through 8 August 2024
(1) Prince Edward Island: Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals FC won the provincial championship by acclamation
(6) Newfoundland & Labrador: six teams in the NLSA Premier League starting 11 May; playoffs run through 18 August

WOMEN’S JUBILEE TROPHY

Qualifiers for the 2024 Toyota National Championships:
(14) British Columbia: 14 teams from two leagues from which nine teams advanced to the 2023-24 BC playdowns
– MWSL 7 teams expressed interest for seven spots to the 2023-24 BC Cup (only six teams took part in the BC Cup)
– LIWSA 7 teams in the league from which the top three in the 2023-24 standings qualified for the BC Cup
(8) Alberta: eight teams in the AMSL North & South Divisions; four teams in the playoffs through 18 August 2024
(2) Manitoba: two teams in the Manitoba Cup Final on 27 July 2024
(10) Ontario: 10 teams in the Ontario Cup from 21 July to 7 September 2024
(13) Québec: 13 teams in the LSEQ from 13 April to 15 September 2024
(5) New Brunswick: five teams in the NBSL starting 25 May; four teams in the playoffs which run through 1 September 2024
(6) Nova Scotia: six teams in the NSSL starting 4 May; four teams in the playoffs which run through 8 August 2024
(4) Newfoundland & Labrador: four teams in the NL Premier League starting 13 May; playoffs run through 11 August 2024

BOYS’ U-17 CUP

Qualifiers for the 2024 Toyota National Championships:
(tbc) British Columbia: tbc youth teams from regionals after which six teams take part in BC Cup from 18-21 July 2024
(tbc) Alberta: tbc youth teams from districts from which teams take part in the Alberta Cup
(5) Saskatchewan: five youth teams in the Prairies Soccer League starting 11 May through to 20 July 2024
(6) Manitoba: six youth teams in the Manitoba Cup from 2 to 27 July 2024
(41) Ontario: 41 youth teams in the Ontario Cup from 25 May to 8 September 2024
(27) Québec: 27 youth teams across three divisions in the LDP from 21 April to 22 September 2024
(6) New Brunswick: six youth teams in the NBYSL from 1 June through 1 September 2024
(9) Nova Scotia: eight youth teams in the NSSL starting 13 April through to playoffs; one additional team involved in Cup competition; potential final between league and cup winners by 2 September 2024
(1) Prince Edward Island: Charlottetown PEI FC in the NSSL starting 13 April; provincial winners by acclamation
(6) Newfoundland & Labrador: six youth teams in the NLSA from 22 May through 25 August 2024

GIRLS’ U-17 CUP

Qualifiers for the 2024 Toyota National Championships:
(tbc) British Columbia: tbc youth teams from regionals after which six teams take part in BC Cup from 18-21 July 2024
(tbc) Alberta: tbc youth teams from districts from which teams take part in the Alberta Cup
(5) Saskatchewan: five youth teams in the Prairies Soccer League starting 11 May through to 20 July 2024
(7) Manitoba: six youth teams in the Manitoba Cup from 2 to 27 July 2024
(1) Northwest Territories: Yellowknife Bay SC by acclamation
(24) Ontario: 24 youth teams in the Ontario Cup from 25 May to 8 September 2024
(11) Québec: 11 youth teams in the LDP from 21 April to 22 September 2024
(4) New Brunswick: four youth teams in the NBYSL from 1 June through 1 September 2024
(6) Nova Scotia: six youth teams in the NSSL starting 13 April through to playoffs; same teams involved in Cup competition; potential final between league and cup winners by 2 September 2024
(1) Prince Edward Island: Charlottetown PEI FC in the NSSL starting 13 April; provincial winners by acclamation
(4) Newfoundland & Labrador: four youth teams in the NLSA from 10 May through 25 August 2024

BOYS’ U-15 CUP

Qualifiers for the 2024 Toyota National Championships:
(tbc) British Columbia: tbc youth teams from regionals after which six teams take part in BC Cup from 18-21 July 2024
(tbc) Alberta: tbc youth teams from districts from which teams take part in the Alberta Cup
(6) Saskatchewan: six youth teams in the Prairies Soccer League starting 11 May through to 20 July 2024
(6) Manitoba: six youth teams in the Manitoba Cup from 2 to 27 July 2024
(1) Northwest Territories: Yellowknife YK Galaxy FC by acclamation
(57) Ontario: 57 youth teams in the Ontario Cup from 25 May to 7 September 2024
(33) Québec: 33 youth teams across three divisions in the LDP from 21 April to 22 September 2024
(5) New Brunswick: five youth teams in the NBYSL from 18 May through 1 September 2024
(10) Nova Scotia: seven youth teams in the NSSL starting 13 April through to playoffs; three additional teams involved in Cup competition; potential final between league and cup winners by 2 September 2024
(1) Prince Edward Island: Charlottetown PEI FC in the NSSL starting 13 April; provincial winners by acclamation
(6) Newfoundland & Labrador: six youth teams in the NLSA from 13 May through 24 August 2024

GIRLS’ U-15 CUP

Qualifiers for the 2024 Toyota National Championships:
(tbc) British Columbia: tbc youth teams from regionals after which six teams take part in BC Cup from 18-21 July 2024
(tbc) Alberta: tbc youth teams from districts from which teams take part in the Alberta Cup
(5) Saskatchewan: five youth teams in the Prairies Soccer League starting 11 May through to 20 July 2024
(6) Manitoba: six youth teams in the Manitoba Cup from 2 to 27 July 2024
(32) Ontario: 32 youth teams in the Ontario Cup from 25 May to 7 September 2024
(14) Québec: 14 youth teams in the LDP from 21 April to 22 September 2024
(6) New Brunswick: six youth teams in the NBYSL from 19 May through 1 September 2024
(7) Nova Scotia: seven youth teams in the NSSL starting 13 April through to playoffs; one additional team involved in Cup competition; potential final between league and cup winners by 2 September 2024
(1) Prince Edward Island: Charlottetown PEI FC in the NSSL starting 13 April; provincial winners by acclamation
(6) Newfoundland & Labrador: four youth teams in the NLSA from 13 May through 24 August 2024