Semi-finals set for the 2024 TELUS Canadian Championship

Hamilton, ON and Langford, BC to host the first legs of the 2024 TELUS Canadian Championship Semi-final series

The 2024 TELUS Canadian Championship Semi-final matchups are confirmed following a draw that was conducted by Canada Soccer live on OneSoccer at halftime during the second leg Quarterfinal between Pacific FC and Atlético Ottawa late last month. 

The additional draw was conducted to remove structural regionalization for the Semi-Final and Final rounds of the competition. The results revealed the matchups for the Semi-Final Round and determined the possible Host Clubs for the Final Match. ​ 

First Leg: 

  • SF1: Pacific FC v Vancouver Whitecaps FC – Wednesday 10 July at 19:00 PT / 22:00 ET at Starlight Stadium (Langford, BC) 
  • SF2: Forge FC v Toronto FC – Wednesday 10 July at 19:00 ET / 16:00 PT at Tim Hortons Field (Hamilton, ON) 

Second Leg: 

  • SF1: Vancouver Whitecaps FC v Pacific FC – Tuesday 27 August at 19:30 PT / 22:30 ET at BC Place (Vancouver, BC) 
  • SF2: Toronto FC v Forge FC – Tuesday 27 August at 19:00 ET / 16:00 PT at BMO Field (Toronto, ON) 

The winner of SF1 will host the 2024 TELUS Canadian Championship Final in late September (Vancouver Whitecaps FC or Pacific FC). 

This year’s semi-finalists will consist of two Canadian Premier League (CPL) clubs, and ​ ​ two Major League Soccer (MLS) clubs. Toronto FC lead with eight overall championship titles, while Vancouver Whitecaps FC and CF Montréal trail with five and three respectively. The semi-final match ups begin 10 July in Hamilton, ON and will conclude on 27 August in Vancouver, BC. 

All four Semi-final Round matches will be broadcast live on OneSoccer, available online at and via the OneSoccer app, on the FuboTV Canada platform, and as a linear channel on Telus’s Optik TV (Channel 980). 

About the TELUS Canadian Championship ​ 

​Canada Soccer’s TELUS Canadian Championship, also known as the Battle of the North, is the nation’s highest men’s domestic competition featuring clubs from coast to coast across the country, notably professional teams in Major League Soccer and the Canadian Premier League as well a representative in League1 BC, League1 Ontario and Ligue1 Québec. Winners of the 2024 TELUS Canadian Championship lift the Voyageurs Cup and qualify to the annual international competition, ​ Concacaf Champions Cup. Winners of the ​ Concacaf Champions Cup qualify for the FIFA Club World Cup. ​