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CANADA SOCCER RECORDS & RESULTS RECORDS ET RÉSULTATS


CONTENTS CANADA SOCCER RECORDS & RESULTS RECORDS ET RÉSULTATS CANADA SOCCER Canada Soccer Key Numbers / Chiffres clés de Canada Soccer..........................................................................................4 Presidents, General Secretaries, Meetings / Présidents, secrétaires généraux, réunions....................................................5 Canada Soccer Timeline / 1912 - 2016 / Chronologie de Canada Soccer.............................................................................6 Attendance Records / 1968 - 2016 / Records d’assistance...................................................................................................9 Canada Soccer Hall of Fame / Temple de la Renommée de Canada Soccer Honoured Players / Joueurs honorés .................................................................................................................................. 11 Honoured Referees / Arbitres honorés.................................................................................................................................15 Honoured Builders / Bâtisseurs honorés..............................................................................................................................16 Honoured Teams & Organisations / Équipes et organisations honorées.............................................................................18 Honour Roll / Tableau d’honneur..........................................................................................................................................19 Players of the Year / 1993 - 2016 / Joueurs de l’année.......................................................................................................20 Canada Soccer Awards & Honours / Prix et honneurs de Canada Soccer..........................................................................21 Provincial & Territorial Honours / Prix provinciaux et territoriaux..........................................................................................24 National Championships / Championnats nationaux...........................................................................................................36 Provincial Championships / Championnats provinciaux......................................................................................................40 CONCACAF Champions League / 2008 - 2016 / Ligue des Champions de la CONCACAF...............................................46 Canadian Championship / 2008 - 2016 / Championnat canadien........................................................................................47 Connaught Series / 1913 - 1939 / Série Connaught............................................................................................................51 Challenge Trophy Championship / 1946 - 2016 / Championnat Challenge.........................................................................62 Canadian Soccer League / 1987 - 1992 / Ligue canadienne de soccer..............................................................................96 Futsal Canadian Championship / 2015 - 2016 / Championnat canadien de Futsal.............................................................99 Jubilee Trophy Championship / 1982 - 2016 / Championnat Jubilee.................................................................................100 Men’s National Team / Équipe nationale masculine........................................................................................................... 119 Men’s National Team Records & Leaders / Records et leaders de l’équipe nationales masculine....................................120 Men’s National Team Results / Résultats de l’équipe nationale masculine........................................................................128 Men’s Olympic Team Results / Résultats de l’équipe olympique masculine......................................................................136 Men’s National Youth Teams Results / Résultats des équipes nationales masculines juvéniles.......................................140 Para Soccer Records & Leaders / Records et leaders de para soccer..............................................................................145 Para Soccer Results / Résultats de l’équipe nationale de para soccer..............................................................................146 Beach Soccer Results / Résultats de l’équipe nationale de Beach Soccer.......................................................................148 Futsal Results / Résultats de l’équipe nationale de futsal..................................................................................................148 Women’s National Team / Équipe nationale féminine........................................................................................................149 Women’s National Team Records & Leaders / Records et leaders de l’équipe nationale féminine...................................150 Women’s National Team & Olympic Results / Résultats de l’équipe nationale féminine...................................................159 Women’s National Youth Teams Results / Résultats des équipe nationales féminines juvéniles......................................168 FIFA List of Referees / 1955 - 2016 / Liste des arbitres de la FIFA....................................................................................170


CANADA SOCCER The Canadian Soccer Association / Association canadienne de soccer President / Président: Victor Montagliani General Secretary / Secrétaire général : Peter Montopoli Date founded / Date de fondation : 1912-05-24 Website / Site web: www.CanadaSoccer.com Languages / Langues : English, Français

Official Name / Nom officiel : Canada Capital / Capitale : Ottawa Trigramme FIFA : CAN Affiliated since / Affilié depuis : 1913 FIFA Big Count / Décompte FIFA : Footballers / Footballeurs : 2,653,450 Registered / Enregistrés : 823,450 Non-Registered / Non-enregistrés : 1,830,000

THE CANADIAN SOCCER ASSOCIATION L’ASSOCIATION CANADIENNE DE SOCCER VISION : Leading Canada to victory and Canadians to a life-long passion for soccer. / Mener le Canada à la victoire et les Canadiens à une passion continue pour le soccer. MISSION : To provide leadership in the pursuit of excellence in soccer, nationally and internationally, in cooperation with its members and partners. / Faire preuve de leadership dans la poursuite de l’excellence dans le domaine du soccer, à l’échelle nationale et internationale, en collaboration avec ses membres et ses partenaires. 2016 CAMPS AND TOURNAMENTS / CAMPS ET TOURNOIS

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TOTAL CAMP DAYS FROM ALL NATIONAL TEAM PLAYERS IN 2016 / JOURS DE CAMP DE TOUS LES JOUEURS DES ÉQUIPES NATIONALES

9,715 4

1876

CANADA SOCCER FORMED IN / CANADA SOCCER FONDÉ EN

1912

YEAR / AN

2016

PLAYERS THAT WORE #CANADARED IN 2016 / JOUEURS 2016 QUI ONT PORTÉ L’UNIFORME EN 2016

394

FOOTBALL PLAYED IN CANADA SINCE / FOOTBALL PRATIQUÉ AU CANADA DEPUIS

TOTAL

252,621

ATTENDANCE / ASSISTANCE #CanadaRED at home / à domicile Total attendance / assistance : 127,696 in/en 2016 (four matches / quatre matchs) National competitions (professional, adult amateur, and futsal) Championnats nationaux (professionnels, amateurs, et futsal) Total : 124,925 in/en 2016 (65 matches / matchs)


1912 1913 1914 1915-1918 1919 1920-1921 1922-1925 1925-1930 1931 1932-1934

Annual Meetings / Assemblées annuelles 1. 1912-07-(9..13) Winnipeg, MB 2. 1913-09-(1..5) Fort William, ON 3. 1914-09 Winnipeg, MB 4. 1915-08-12 Toronto, ON 5. 1919-08-12 Montréal, QC 6. 1920-08-02 Toronto, ON 7. 1921-08-01 Toronto, ON 8. 1922-09-05 Winnipeg, MB 9. 1923-09-03 Fort William, ON 10. 1924-09-01 Montréal, QC 11. 1925-09-07 Vancouver, BC 12. 1926-09-06 Toronto, ON 13. 1927-09-05 Calgary, AB 14. 1928-09-03 Winnipeg, MB 15. 1929-09-02 Montréal, QC 16. 1930-09-01 Victoria, BC 17. 1931-09-07 Regina, SK 18. 1932 (by mail) 19. 1933 (by mail) 20. 1934-09-06 Winnipeg, MB 21. 1935 (by mail) 22. 1936 (by mail) 23. 1937 (by mail) 24. 1938 (by mail) 25. 1939 (by mail) No Association / pas d’Association 1940-46 27. 1946-07 Winnipeg, MB 28. 1947-09-01 Montréal, QC 29. 1948-08-09 Toronto, ON 30. 1949-08-08 Calgary, AB 31. 1950-08-14 Vancouver, BC

32. 1951-09-(17..19) Montréal, QC No meeting in / pas de réunion : 1952 33. 1953-04-(4..6) Winnipeg, MB 34. 1954-04-(17..19) Banff, AB 35. 1955-04-(9..10) Toronto, ON 36. 1956-(03-31..04-01) Vancouver, BC 37. 1957-03-(16..17) Saskatoon, SK 38. 1958-03-(22..23) Montréal, QC 39. 1959-03-(21..22) Edmonton, AB 40. 1960-03-(19..20) Toronto, ON 41. 1961-03-(18..19) Toronto, ON 42. 1962-03-(17..18) Montréal, QC 43. 1963-03-(15..17) Winnipeg, MB 44. 1964-03-(21..22) Winnipeg, MB 45. 1965-03-(20..21) Regina, SK 46. 1966-03-(26..27) Toronto, ON 47. 1967-04-(1..2) Vancouver, BC 48. 1968-03-(23..24) Montréal, QC 49. 1969-04-12 St. John’s, NL 50. 1970-04-(17..19) Toronto, ON 51. 1971-04-(16..18) Ottawa, ON 52. 1972-03-(24..26) Montréal, QC 53. 1973-(03-30..04-01) Edmonton, AB 54. 1974-(03-30..04-01) Vancouver, BC 55. 1975-04-(4..6) Halifax, NS 56. 1976-04-(2..4) Toronto, ON 57. 1977-04-(1..3) St. John’s, NL 58. 1978-04-(7..9) Winnipeg, MB 59. 1979-04-(7..9) Montréal, QC 60. 1980-04- Banff, AB 61. 1981-04-(3..5) Toronto, ON 62. 1982-04-(2..4) Saskatoon, SK 63. 1983-04-(8..10) Ottawa, ON 64. 1984-04-(6..8) St. John’s, NL

65. 1985-04-(26..28) Saint John, NB 66. 1986-04-(4..6) Vancouver, BC 67. 1987-04-(3..5) Winnipeg, MB 68. 1988-06-(17..19) Laval, QC 69. 1989-06-(23..25) Ottawa, ON 70. 1990-06-(22..24) Halifax, NS 71. 1991-06-(29..30) Calgary, AB 72. 1992-06-(13..14) Toronto, ON 73. 1993-06-(12..13) Regina, SK 74. 1994-06-(3..4) Charlottetown, PE 75. 1995-06-24 Montréal, QC 76. 1996-06-15 Vancouver, BC 77. 1997-06-28 St. John’s, NL 78. 1998-05-30 Saint John, NB 79. 1999-05-29 Winnipeg, MB 80. 2000-06-10 Alliston, ON 81. 2001-05-12 Calgary, AB 82. 2002-06-15 Halifax, NS 83. 2003-06-14 Burnaby, BC 84. 2004-05-12 Ottawa, ON 85. 2005-05-14 Regina, SK 86. 2006-05-13 Niagara Falls, ON 87. 2007-05-09 Toronto, ON 88. 2008-05-03 St. John’s, NL 89. 2009-05-03 Banff, AB 90. 2010-05-15 Winnipeg, MB 91. 2011-05-14 Dorion, QC 92. 2012-05-05 Ottawa, ON 93. 2013-05-04 Halifax, NS 94. 2014-05-10 Vancouver, BC 95. 2015-05-02 Ottawa, ON 96. 2016-05-07 Saskatoon, SK 97. 2017-05-06 Whistler, BC

General Secretaries / Secrétaires généraux 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Tom Robertson Edward Spencer David W. Roy Sam Davidson John Russell Walter McKeller George Anderson Eric King Kevan Pipe John Billingsley Peter Montopoli

1912-1914 1913-1919 1920-1921 1922-1940 1946 1947-1950 1951-1967 1968-1985 1986-2006 2006-2007 2008-..

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HALL of FAME

Fred Barter Tom Watson E. Bailey Fisher Craig Campbell Tom Guthrie Dan McNeil John Easton John Russell Tom Holland Charles Smail

Andy Sharpe 2002-2005 Colin Linford 2006-2007 Dr. Dominic Maestracci 2008-2012 Victor Montagliani 2012-2017

HONOURS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

30. 31. 32. 33.

NATIONAL

Presidents / Présidents

11. Len Peto 1935-1938 12. Tom Elliott 1939-1940 13. Fred Crumblehulme 1946-1947 14. Robert Walker 1947 15. Dr. Otis Todd 1947-1948 16. Charles Pinnell 1949-1952 17. Ernest Campbell 1953 18. Jock Hendry 1954-1956 19. Arthur Arnold 1957 20. Dr. Victor Hagen 1958-1960 21. Patrick Nolan 1961-1962 22. Dave Fryatt 1963-1964 23. William Simpson 1965-1968 24. Aubrey Sanford 1969-1971 25. John Barnes 1972-1973 26. William Stirling 1973-1981 27. Jim Fleming 1982-85 & ‘98-2001 28. Dr. Fred Stambrook 1986-1991 29. Terry Quinn 1992-1997

INTERNATIONAL

Profile pages for all 33 presidents and 11 general secretaries are available on CanadaSoccer.com. / Les pages de profil des 33 présidents et 11 secrétaires généraux sont disponibles sur canadasoccer.com.

CANADA SOCCER

CANADA SOCCER


FIL DU TEMPS DE CANADA SOCCER 1946 - 1968 1946-07 - Reorganisational meetings of the Dominion of Canada Football Association in Winnipeg. / Rencontres de restructuration du l’Association de football du Dominion du Canada à Winnipeg. 1948-06-20 - Dominion of Canada Football Association is provisionally admitted back into FIFA. / L’Association de football du Dominion du Canada est provisoirement admise à la FIFA. 1948-07-24 - Dominion of Canada Football Association becomes a member of FIFA. / L’Association devient membre de la FIFA.

1912 - 1940 1912-05-24 - The Dominion of Canada Football Association is founded. / L’Association de football du Dominion du Canada est fondée. 1912-07-09 to/à 1912-07-13 - First annual meeting of the Dominion of Canada Football Association in Winnipeg. / Première rencontre annuelle de l’Association de football du Dominion du Canada à Winnipeg. 1912-12-31 - Dominion of Canada Football Association is provisionally admitted to FIFA. / L’Association de football du Dominion du Canada est provisoirement admise à la FIFA. 1913-06-09 - Norwood Wanderers win the Connaught Cup as Canada’s first national champions. Trophy donated by Canada’s Governor General, the Duke of Connaught. / Les Norwood Wanderers remportent la Coupe Connaught à titre de premiers champions nationaux canadiens. Le trophée fut offert par le Gouverneur général du Canada, le Duc de Connaught. 1914-01-30 - Dominion of Canada Football Association is definitely admitted by the  Committee acting with power from the FIFA Congress of 1913. / L’Association de football du Dominion du Canada est officiellement admise par le Comité, agissant au nom du Congrès FIFA de 1913. 1923-10-15 - The Dominion of Canada Football Association is incorporated. / L’Association de football du Dominion du Canada est immatriculée. 1926-06-21 - Dominion of Canada Football Association withdraws from FIFA. / L’Association de football du Dominion du Canada se retire de la FIFA. 1940 - Dominion of Canada Football Association suspends operations during the Second World War. / L’Association de football du Dominion du Canada suspend ses operations pour la période de la Deuxième Guerre Mondiale.

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1952-06-06 - Official name change to Football Association of Canada. The idea behind the change was to conform to the new status of Canada as a sovereign state. / Changement officiel du nom vers l’Association de football du Canada. L’idée derrière ce changement était de s’harmoniser au nouveau statut du Canada comme état souverain. 1957-06-22 - Canada participates in FIFA World Cup Qualifiers for the first time. Canada wins their first match 5:1 over USA. / Le Canada participle aux Qualifications pour la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA pour la première fois. Le Canada remporte son premier match 5 :1 contre les États-Unis. 1958 - Official name change to the Canadian Soccer Football Association. / Changement officiel du nom vers l’Association canadienne de soccer-football 1967-06-21 - Association participates in Olympic Qualifying for the first time. Canada draws their first match 1:1 with Cuba. / L’Association participe à son premier tournoi de qualification olympique. Le Canada fait match nul 1:1 contre Cuba à son tout premier match de qualification olympique.

1969 - 1987 1969-06-01 - Canadian Minor Soccer Association is founded. / L’Association du soccer mineur canadien est fondée. 1970-07 - Canadian Soccer Football Association moves offices from Saskatoon to Ottawa. / L’Association canadienne de soccer-football déménage ses bureaux de Saskatoon à Ottawa. 1971-03-06 - Canadian Soccer Football Association moves into new permanent offices at Place Vanier in Ottawa. / L’Association canadienne de soccer-football déménage son quartier général dans un nouveau bureau permanent à la Place Vanier d’Ottawa. 1971 - Official name change to the Canadian Soccer Association. / Changement officiel du nom vers l’Association canadienne de soccer.


CANADA SOCCER TIMELINE

1978-12-14 - Canada qualifies for a FIFA tournament for the first time (FIFA U-20 World Cup Japan 1979). / Le Canada se qualifie pour un tournoi de la FIFA pour la première fois (Coupe du Monde U-20 de la FIFA, Japon 1979). 1982-04 - Canadian Youth Soccer Association is incorporated into the Canadian Soccer Association. / L’Association canadienne de soccer juvénile est amalgamée à l’Association canadienne de soccer. 1982-11-06 - Edmonton Angels win the Jubilee Trophy as Canada’s first women’s national champions. / Les Angels d’Edmonton remportent le Trophée Jubilee à titre de premières championnes nationales canadiennes. 1984-08-06 - Canada finishes in fifth place at the Los Angeles 1984 Olympic Football Tournament. / Le Canada termine cinquième à le Tournoi Olympique de Football. 1985-09-14 - Canada wins the 1985 CONCACAF Championship to qualify for the 1986 FIFA World Cup Mexico™. Canada qualifies at King George V Park in St. John’s. / Le Canada remporte le Championnat de la CONCACAF de 1985 pour se qualifier pour la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA™, Mexique 1986. Le Canada se qualifie au terme d’un match au parc King George V à St. John’s.

CANADA SOCCER

1992-05-03 to/à 1992-05-14 - Canada hosts the CONCACAF Under-20 Championship. / Le Canada accueille le Championnat U-20 de la CONCACAF. 1992-10-29 - FIFA World Cup™ Trophy visits Toronto / Trophée de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA à Toronto.

HALL of FAME

1977 - Canadian Minor Soccer Association changes its name to the Canadian Youth Soccer Association. / L’Association de soccer mineur canadien change son nom pour devenir l’Association canadienne de soccer juvénile.

1988-12-12 - Canadian Soccer Association moves to Place R. Tait McKenzie building on James Naismith Drive in Ottawa, Ontario. / L’Association canadienne de soccer déménage à la Place R. Tait MacKenzie sur Promenade James Naismith.

1994-08-13 to/à 1994-08-21 - Canada hosts CONCACAF / FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualifiers. / Le Canada accueille le Tournoi de qualification de la CONCACAF pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA. 1994-08-19 - Canada qualifies for the FIFA Women’s World Cup for the first time in Association history. / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA pour la première fois. 1996-05-10 to/à 1996-05-19 - Canada hosts the 1996 CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Tournament. / Le Canada accueille le Tournoi de qualification olympique de la CONCACAF.

HONOURS

1976-07-17 to/à 1976-08-01 - Canada hosts the Olympic Football Tournament at Montréal 1976. / Le Canada reçoit le Tournoi Olympique de Football à Montréal.

1988 - 1996

1996-05-31 - Association purchases Place Soccer Canada on Metcalfe Street in Ottawa. The new head office is the former home of The Right Honourable Sir John Thompson, former Prime Mininster of Canada. / L’Association achète Place Soccer Canada sur la rue Metcalfe à Ottawa, en Ontario. Le nouveau quartier général est l’ancienne résidence du très honorable Sir John Thompson, ancien premier ministre du Canada.

NATIONAL

1974-08-17 to/à 1974-09-01 - Canada hosts the CONCACAF Under-20 Championship (then known as the CONCACAF Juvenile Tournament). / Le Canada accueille le Championnat U-20 de la CONCACAF, alors connu comme le Tournoi junior de la CONCACAF.

1985-12-15 - Official Draw for the 1986 FIFA World Cup Mexico™ / Tirage au sort official pour la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Mexique 1986 1986-06-01 to/à 1986-06-09 - Canada participates at the 1986 FIFA World Cup Mexico™. / Le Canada participe à sa première Coupe du Monde de la FIFA.

1987-07-12 to/à 1987-07-25 - Association hosts the FIFA U-17 World Cup Canada 1987 (at the time known as the FIFA U-16 World Tournament for the JVC Cup). / L’Association accueille la Coupe du Monde U17 de la FIFA Canada 1987, connue alors sous le nom de Tournoi mondial U16 de la FIFA pour la coupe JVC.

INTERNATIONAL

1986-07-01 - First-ever Canadian women’s national camp opens in Winnipeg. / Le tout premier camp de l’Équipe nationale feminine canadienne s’ouvre à Winnipeg.

1996-07-17 - Official opening of Place Soccer Canada in Ottawa. / Ouverture officielle de Place Soccer Canada.

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FIL DU TEMPS DE CANADA SOCCER 1997 - 2006 1998-08-28 to/à 1998-09-06 - Canada hosts CONCACAF / FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualifiers. / Le Canada accueille le Tournoi de qualification de la CONCACAF pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA. 1998-09-06 - Canada wins the CONCACAF Women’s Championship. / Le Canada remporte le Championnat féminin de la CONCACAF. 2000-02-27 - Canada wins the CONCACAF Gold Cup. / Le Canada remporte la Coupe d’Or de la CONCACAF. 2001-02-28 to/à 2001-03-05 - Canada hosts the CONCACAF Under-20 Qualifying Group A tournament. / Le Canada accueille les matchs du Groupe A du Tournoi de qualification U20 de la CONCACAF. 2002-08-18 to/à 2002-09-01 - Canada hosts the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Canada 2002 (at the time known as the FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship). / L’Association accueille la Coupe du Monde Féminine U-20 de la FIFA Canada 2002, alors connue sous le nom de Championnat du monde U-19 féminin de la FIFA). 2002-09-01 - Canada wins a silver medal at the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Canada 2002. / Le Canada remporte une médaille d’argent à la Coupe du Monde Féminine U20 de la FIFA Canada 2002. 2003-03-26 to/à 2003-03-30 - Canada hosts CONCACAF Under-17 Qualifying Group B. / Le Canada accueille les matchs du Groupe B du Tournoi de qualification U17 de la CONCACAF. 2003-10-11 - Canada finishes fourth at the FIFA Women’s World Cup USA 2003. / Le Canada termine quatrième à la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA États-Unis 2003. 2004-05-28 to/à 2004-06-06 - Canada hosts CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Championship (at the time classified as an Under-19 tournament). / Le Canada accueille le Championnat féminin U20 de la CONCACAF, alors un tournoi U19. 2006-03 - Construction begins on a new national soccer stadium in Toronto, built for the FIFA U-20 World Cup Canada 2007. / Début des travaux de construction d’un nouveau stade national de soccer à Toronto en vue de la Coupe du Monde U-20 de la FIFA, Canada 2007.

2007 - 2016 2007-06-30 to/à 2007-07-22 - Canada hosts the FIFA U-20 World Cup Canada 2007. / L’Association accueille la Coupe du Monde U20 de la FIFA Canada 2007.

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2008-04-09 - Canada qualifies for the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament for the first time. / Le Canada se qualifie pour le Tournoi Olympique de Football Féminin pour la première fois. 2008-07-22 - Impact Montréal FC win the first edition of the Canadian Championship, lifting the Voyageurs Cup in Toronto. / L’Impact de Montréal remporte la Coupe des Voyageurs à titre de premiers champions nationaux au Championnat canadien. 2010-04-28 - FIFA World Cup™ Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola lands in Toronto / Tournée du trophée de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA par Coca-Cola arrive à Toronto. 2010-11-08 - Canada wins their second CONCACAF Women’s Championship. / Le Canada remporte son deuxième Championnat féminin de la CONCACAF. 2011-03-03 - Canadian Soccer Association awarded the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 / La Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA 2015. 2012-01-19 to/à 2012-01-29 - Canada hosts the CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifiers in Vancouver. / Le Canada accueille la Qualification olympique féminine de la CONCACAF. 2012-08-09 - Canada wins bronze at the London 2012 Women’s Olympic Football Tournament / Le Canada remporte le bronze au Tournoi de Football Olympique Féminin de Londres. 2012-08-12 - Christine Sinclair serves as Canada’s flag bearer at the London 2012 Olympic closing ceremonies / Christine Sinclair choisie porte-drapeau pour le Canada lors des cérémonies de clôture des Jeux olympiques de Londres 2012. 2014-08-05 to/à 2014-08-24 - Canada hosts the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Canada 2014. / Le Canada accueille la Coupe du Monde Féminine U-20 de la FIFA, Canada 2014. 2015-06-30 to/à 2015-07-05 - Canada hosts the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015. / Le Canada accueille la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA, Canada 2015. 2016-08-19 - Canada wins bronze at the Rio 2016 Women’s Olympic Football Tournament / Le Canada remporte le bronze au Tournoi de Football Olympique Féminin de Rio 2016.


ASSISTANCE / ATTENDANCE CANADA SOCCER

Highest soccer attendance from year to year in Canada / Plus importante foule de soccer d’années en année

INTERNATIONAL

NATIONAL

HONOURS

HALL of FAME

† Indicates highest of any sport in Canada for that year. / Indique la plus importante au Canada cette année-là, tous sports confondus. 2016-11-22 Montréal, QC, CAN Olympique MLS Playoffs - Impact Montréal FC v Toronto FC † 61,004 2015-04-29 Montréal, QC, CAN Olympique FINAL - CONCACAF Champions League † 61,004 2014-03-23 Montréal, QC, CAN Olympique MLS - Impact Montréal FC v Seattle Sounders 27,207 2013-03-16 Montréal, QC, CAN Olympique MLS - Impact Montréal FC v Toronto FC 37,896 2012-05-12 Montréal, QC, CAN Olympique MLS - Impact Montréal FC v LA Galaxy † 60,860 2011-07-30 Vancouver, BC, CAN Empire MLS - Vancouver Whitecaps FC v LA Galaxy 27,500 2010-06-02 Montréal, QC, CAN Olympique Clubs - Impact Montréal FC v AC Milan 47,861 2009-02-25 Montréal, QC, CAN Olympique CONCACAF Champions League - Quarter-Finals 55,571 2008-05-14 Edmonton, AB, CAN Commonwealth Clubs - Vancouver Whitecaps FC v LA Galaxy 37,104 2007-06-30 Montréal, QC, CAN Olympique FIFA U-20 World Cup / Coupe du Monde U-20 † 55,800 2006-05-19 Edmonton, AB, CAN Commonwealth International / amical m20 - CANADA v BRA 14,250 2005-06-08 Toronto, ON, CAN SkyDome International / amical masc. - SRB v ITA 22,138 2004-07-31 Toronto, ON, CAN SkyDome Clubs - Celtic FC v AS Roma 50,158 2003-08-31 Edmonton, AB, CAN Commonwealth International / amical fém. - CANADA v MEX 29,953 2002-09-01 Edmonton, AB, CAN Commonwealth FINAL - FIFA U-19 Women’s / Coupe féminin U-19 47,784 2001-07-15 Ottawa, ON, CAN Frank Clair Francophone Games / Jeux de la francophonie 10,600 2000-07-16 Edmonton, AB, CAN Commonwealth FIFA WCQ - CANADA v TRI 25,000 1999-06-06 Edmonton, AB, CAN Commonwealth International / amical masc. - CANADA v ECU 10,026 1998-09-12 Montréal, QC, CAN Claude-Robillard A-League Playoffs - Impact Montréal v State Island 9,673 1997-08-17 Toronto, ON, CAN Varsity International / amical masc. - CANADA v IRN 15,325 1996-05-19 Edmonton, AB, CAN Commonwealth FINAL - CONCACAF Olympic Qual. - canm23 v MEX 19,401 1995-05-28 Toronto, ON, CAN SkyDome International / amical masc. - POR v DEN 23,700 1994-06-05 Edmonton, AB, CAN Commonwealth International / amical masc. - CANADA v BRA 51,936 1993-07-31 Edmonton, AB, CAN Commonwealth FIFA WCQ - CANADA v AUS 27,775 1992-05-20 Toronto, ON, CAN Varsity International / amical masc. - CANADA v SCO 10,872 1991-06-05 Vancouver, BC, CAN BC Place Clubs - Vancouver Whitecaps FC v Benfica 13,685 1990-05-13 Burnaby, BC, CAN Swangard Coupe Corona Cup - CANADA v MEX 4,782 1989-04-30 Toronto, ON, CAN Lamport International / amical masc. - CANADA v ITA U-21 * 1988-05-28 Toronto, ON, CAN Varsity International / amical masc. - CANADA v GRE 10,531 1987-07-12 Toronto, ON, CAN Varsity FIFA U-17 World Cup / Coupe du Monde U-17 13,500 1986-01-29 Vancouver, BC, CAN BC Place International / amical masc. - CANADA v PAR 18,003 1985-08-17 Toronto, ON, CAN Varsity FIFA WCQ - CANADA v CRC 13,486 1984-07-10 Vancouver, BC, CAN BC Place NASL - Vancouver Whitecaps v NY Cosmos 20,627 1983-06-20 Vancouver, BC, CAN BC Place NASL - Vancouver Whitecaps v Seattle Sounders † 60,342 1982-08-20 Montréal, QC, CAN Olympique NASL - Manic Montréal v New York Cosmos 34,251 1981-09-02 Montréal, QC, CAN Olympique NASL Playoffs - Manic Montréal v Chicago Sting † 58,542 1980-08-23 Vancouver, BC, CAN Empire NASL - Vancouver Whitecaps v Portland Timbers 32,301 1979-08-29 Vancouver, BC, CAN Empire NASL Playoffs - Vancouver Whitecaps v NY Cosmos 32,875 1978-08-16 Vancouver, BC, CAN Empire NASL Playoffs - Vancouver Whitecaps v Portland 32,266 1977-06-30 Vancouver, BC, CAN Empire NASL - Vancouver Whitecaps v NY Cosmos 30,277 1976-07-31 Montréal, QC, CAN Olympique FINAL - Olympic Tournament / Tournoi olympique † 71,617 1975-07-07 Vancouver, BC, CAN Empire Clubs - Vancouver Whitecaps v NY Cosmos 26,495 1974-05-05 Vancouver, BC, CAN Empire NASL - Vancouver Whitecaps v SJ Earthquakes 17,373 1973-08-01 Toronto, ON, CAN Varsity International / amical masc. - CANADA v POL 18,524 1972-07-05 Toronto, ON, CAN Varsity Clubs - Toronto Metros v Santos FC 18,529 1971-06-23 Toronto, ON, CAN Varsity Clubs - Santos FC v Bologna 21,753 1970-08-06 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Alexander FINAL - Challenge Trophy - Manitoba v Québec 4,000 1968-06-18 Toronto, ON, CAN Varsity NASL - Toronto Falcons v Baltimore Bays 15,514 Note - records are incomplete for some seasons. / Les dossiers sont incomplets pour certaines saisons.

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TEMPLE DE LA RENOMMÉE HONOURED PLAYERS / JOUEURS HONORÉS From 2000 to 2015, The Soccer Hall of Fame honoured 93 players. De 2000 à 2015, le Temple de la renommée du soccer a honoré 93 joueurs.

ANDERSON •

George Anderson, fullback, Canadian international in 1924, three-time Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Westminster Royals. George Anderson, défenseur international canadien en 1924, trois fois gagnant du Championnat du Dominion du Canada avec les Royals de Westminster.

ARENDS •

Dick Arends, goalkeeper, National League winner with Toronto British Consols (1937) and US Dewar Cup winner with Chicago Vikings (1946). Dick Arends, gardien de but, champion de la Ligue nationale avec les British Consols de Toronto (1937) et champion de la Coupe US Dewar avec les Vikings de Chicago (1946).

AYRE

Garry Ayre, defender, Canadian international (1973-77), Olympian (1976), Soccer Bowl winner with New York Cosmos (1978). Garry Ayre, défenseur, joueur international canadien (1973-77), athlète olympique (1976), Champion du Soccer Bowl avec le Cosmos de New York (1978).

BOLITHO

Bob Bolitho, fullback, Canadian international (1974-81), Olympian (1976), Soccer Bowl winner with Vancouver Whitecaps FC (1979). Bob Bolitho, défenseur, joueur international canadien (1974-81), athlète olympique (1976), champion du Soccer Bowl avec les Whitecaps de Vancouver (1979).

BOWMAN •

Walter Wells Bowman, outside right, Canadian tours in late 19th century, three-time Western Football Association winner with Berlin Rangers. Walter Wells Bowman, latéral droit, en tournée canadienne à la fin du 19e siècle, trois fois champion de l’Association de football de l’Ouest (WFA) avec les Rangers de Berlin.

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BRAND

Jack Brand, goalkeeper, Canadian international (1974-76), Olympian (1976), Soccer Bowl winner with New York Cosmos (1978). Jack Brand, gardien de but, international canadien (1974-76), athlète olympique (1976), champion du Soccer Bowl avec les Cosmos de New York (1978).

BRENNAN

Jim Brennan, fullback, international (1999-2008), CONCACAF champion (2000), Player of the Year (1999), Canadian Championship winner (2009). Jim Brennan, défenseur international canadien (1999-2008), champion de la CONCACAF (2000), Joueur de l’année (1999), gagnant du Championnat canadien (2009).

BRIDGE

Ian Bridge, centre back, international (1984-91), FIFA World Cup (1986), CONCACAF champion (1985), Olympian (1984), Three Nations Cup (1990). Ian Bridge, défenseur central international (1984-91), Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1986), champion de la CONCACAF (1985), athlète olympique (1984), Coupe des Trois Nations (1990).

BUNBURY

Alex Bunbury, forward, All-Time Canada XI, Canadian international (1986-99), two-time Canadian Player of the Year (1993 and 1995). Alex Bunbury, attaquant, XI du Canada de tous les temps (2012), international canadien (1986-99), deux fois élu Joueur canadien par excellence (1993 et 1995).

BURTINI

Silvana Burtini Gerela, forward, international (1987-2003), CONCACAF champion (1998), three FIFA World Cups, Canadian Player of the Year (1998). Silvana Burtini Gerela, attaquante internationale (1987-2003), championne de la CONCACAF (1998), Coupe du Monde de la FIFA, Joueuese canadienne par excellence (1998).

CAIRNS •

Roy Cairns, fullback, FIFA World Cup Qualifiers (1957), five-time Canadian Championship winner with Vancouver City and Westminster Royals. Roy Cairns, défenseur, qualifications de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA(1957), cinq fois champion canadien avec Vancouver City et les Royals de Westminster .

CAMPBELL •

Geordie Campbell, right back, Canadian captain 1925, runner up Best in 50 Years, Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Toronto Scottish. Geordie Campbell, défenseur droit, capitaine canadien en 1925, finaliste pour le titre de meilleur joueur en 50 ans, Championnat du Dominion du Canada avec le Scottish de Toronto.

CANT

Connie Cant, midfielder, original Canadian international (1986-91), FIFA World Cup Qualifiers (1991), FIFA Invitational Tournament (1988). Connie Cant, milieu de terrain, internationale canadienne (1986-91), qualifications de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA(1991), Tournoi invitation de la FIFA (1988).

CASTONGUAY •

Marcel Castonguay, outside left, National League winner (1940) and Dominion of Canada Championship winner (1948) with Montréal Carsteel FC. Marcel Castonguay, latéral gauche, champion de la Ligue nationale (1940) et gagnant du Championnat du Dominion du Canada (1948) avec le Carsteel FC de Montréal Carsteel.

CASTONGUAY •

Paul-Émile Castonguay, centre forward, National League (1940) and Dominion of Canada Championship (1948), Connaught Series Top Scorer (1939). Paul-Émile Castonguay, attaquant central, champion de la Ligue nationale (1940) et gagnant du Championnat du Dominion du Canada (1948), meilleur buteur de la Série Connaught (1939).


Tracy David, right back, original Canadian international (1986-87), six-time Jubilee Trophy winner with Edmonton Angels SC (1982-86, 1988). Tracy David, défenseur droit, membre de l’édition inaugurale de l’équipe nationale féminine du Canada (1986-87), six fois championne du Trophée Jubilee avec les Angels SC d’Edmonton.

Bill Findler, centre forward, three-time Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Westminster Royals and North Shore United FC. Bill Findler, attaquant central, trois fois gagnant du Championnat du Dominion du Canada avec les Royals de Westminster et North Shore United FC.

CHURSKY

DEVOS

Craig Forrest, goalkeeper, All-Time Canada XI, international (1988-2001), CONCACAF champion and MVP (2000), two-time Player of the Year. Craig Forrest, gardien de but international (1988-2001), XI du Canada de tous les temps, champion de la CONCACAF et joueur par excellence du tournoi de la Gold Cup (2000), deux fois joueur canadien par excellence.

Tony Chursky, goalkeeper, Canadian international (1972-81), NASL professional and runner up with Seattle Sounders (1977). Tony Chursky, gardien de but international canadien (1972-81), professionnel dans la NASL et finaliste avec les Sounders de Seattle (1977).

CORAZZIN

Carlo Corazzin, forward, international (1992-2004), CONCACAF champion and Top Scorer (2000), Canadian League winner with Winnipeg Fury. Carlo Corazzin, attaquant international (1992-2004), champion de la CONCACAF et meilleur buteur du tournoi de la Gold Cup (2000), champion de la Ligue canadienne avec Winnipeg.

COWAN •

Jack Cowan, left back, Canadian international (1956), Canadian Championship winner (1956), finalist Canadian Press Best in 50 Years. Jack Cowan, défenseur gauche international canadien (1956), gagnant du Championnat canadien (1956), finaliste au titre de meilleur joueur en 50 ans de la Presse canadienne.

CROSSAN •

Errol Crossan, outside forward, twotime Canadian Championship winner (1953, 1964), Eastern Canada Pro League winner (1961). Errol Crossan, ailier offensif, deux fois gagnant du Championnat canadien (1953, 1964), champion de la Ligue ECPSL (1961).

Jason deVos, centre back, All-Time Canada XI, international (1996-2004), CONCACAF champion (2000), Canadian Player of the Year (2002). Jason deVos, défenseur central international (1996-2004), XI du Canada de tous les temps, champion de la CONCACAF (2000), Joueur canadien par excellence (2002).

DOLAN

FORREST

GRAY

Paul Dolan, goalkeeper, international (1984-97), FIFA World Cup (1986), CONCACAF champion (2000), Three Nations Cup champion (1990). Paul Dolan, gardien de but international (1984-97), Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1986), champion de la CONCACAF (2000), gagnant de la Coupe des Trois Nations (1990).

Gerry Gray, midfielder, Canadian international (1984-91), FIFA World Cup finalist (1986), Olympian (1984), NASL professional. Gerry Gray, milieu de terrain international canadien (1984-91), Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1986), athlète olympique (1984), joueur NASL.

DONNELLY

Doug Greig, left half, FIFA World Cup Qualifiers (1957), two-time Canadian Championship runner up, Pacific League MVP (1963). Doug Greig, milieu gauche, qualifications de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1957), deux fois finaliste du Championnat canadien, Joueur par excellence de la Ligue du Pacifique (1963).

Geri Donnelly, midfielder, All-Time Canada XI, international (1986-2000), FIFA World Cup (1995, 1999), Jubilee Trophy (1990, 1994, 2006). Geri Donnelly, milieu de terrain internationale (1986-2000), XI du Canada de tous les temps, Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1995, 1999), Trophée Jubilee.

DOUGLAS

Jimmy Douglas, midfielder, Canadian international (1972-76), Olympian and Canada captain (1976), NASL professional. Jimmy Douglas, milieu de terrain international canadien (1972-76), athlète olympique et capitaine du Canada (1976), joueur professionnel NASL.

GREIG •

HALLIWELL •

Art Halliwell, goalkeeper, Canadian international (1925), runner up Best in 50 Years, National League winner with Toronto Scottish FC (1930, 1931). Art Halliwell, gardien de but international canadien (1925), finaliste au titre du Meilleur joueur en 50 ans, champion de la Ligue nationale avec Toronto.

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FINDLER •

John Catliff, forward, All-Time Canada XI, international (1984-94), CONCACAF champion (1985), Olympian (1984), Canadian League winner. John Catliff, attaquant, XI du Canada de tous les temps, international (198494), champion de la CONCACAF (1985), athlète olympique (1984), champion de la Ligue canadienne.

HONOURS

DAVID

ELLETT

Neil Ellett, defender and midfielder, FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, Canada captain, Challenge Trophy winner with British Columbia (1966). Neil Ellett, défenseur et milieu de terrain, Qualifications de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA, capitaine du Canada, gagnant du Trophée Challenge.

NATIONAL

CATLIFF

DASOVIC

Nick Dasovic, midfielder, international (1992-2004), FIFA Confederations Cup, twice runner up in Player of the Year voting (1994, 1998). Nick Dasovic, milieu de terrain (19922004), Coupe des Confédérations de la FIFA, deux fois finaliste au titre de Joueur canadien par excellence.

INTERNATIONAL

CASTONGUAY •

Roland “Dempsey” Castonguay, outside forward, National League winner (1940) and Dominion of Canada Championship winner (1934). Roland “Dempsey” Castonguay, ailier offensif, champion de la Ligue nationale (1940) et gagnant du Championnat du Dominion du Canada (1934).

CANADA SOCCER

HALL OF FAME


TEMPLE DE LA RENOMMÉE HARLEY •

Bob Harley, centre half, Canadian international and captain (1924), Canadian Championship semi finalist with Winnipeg United Weston (1922). Bob Harley, milieu central international canadien et capitaine (1924), demi-finaliste du Championnat canadien avec l’United Weston de Winnipeg (1922).

HARVEY •

Trevor Harvey, centre half, four-time Dominion of Canada Championship winner (1936, 1937, 1938, 1948), finalist for Best in 50 Years. Trevor Harvey, milieu central, quatre fois gagnant du Championnat du Dominion du Canada (1936, 1937, 1938, 1948), retenu sur la liste courte pour le titre du Meilleur joueur en 50 ans.

HELLAND

Janine Helland (née Wood), centre back, All-Time Canada XI, international (199099), two FIFA World Cups (1995, 1999), Player of the Year (1997). Janine Helland (née Wood), défenseur central internationale (1990-1999), XI étoile de tous les temps du Canada, Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA, Joueuse canadienne par excellence.

HOOPER

Charmaine Hooper, forward, All-Time Canada XI, international (1986-2006), three FIFA Women’s World Cups, fourtime Player of the Year. Charmaine Hooper, attaquante internationale (1986-2006), XI du Canada de tous les temps, trois Coupes du Monde Féminine de la FIFA, quatre fois Joueuse canadienne par excellence.

HOOPER

Lyndon Hooper, midfielder, international (1986-1997), Jeux de la Francophonie champion (1989), FIFA Futsal World Cup finalist (1989). Lyndon Hooper, milieu de terrain international (1986-97), champion des Jeux de la Francophonie (1989), Coupe du Monde de Futsal de la FIFA (1989).

HUGHES

Art Hughes, forward, FIFA World Cup Qualifiers (1957), two-time Canadian Challenge Trophy winner (1961, 1965), Pacific League MVP. Art Hughes, attaquant, Qualifications de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1957), deux fois gagnant du Trophée Challenge (1961, 1965), Joueur par excellence de la Ligue du Pacifique.

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IARUSCI

Robert Iarusci, fullback, All-Time Canada XI, international (1976-83), Soccer Bowl winner with Toronto Metro-Croatias (1976) and NY Cosmos (1977). Robert Iarusci, défenseur international (1976-1983), XI du Canada de tous les temps, champion du Soccer Bowl avec les Metro-Croatias de Toronto (1976) et le Cosmos de New York (1977).

ION

Gordon Ion, inside right, FIFA World Cup Qualifiers (1957), Kennedy Cup winner (1962), Pacific League top juvenile (1953). Gordon Ion, milieu droit, Qualifications de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA(1957), champion de la Coupe Kennedy (1962), meilleur jeune joueur de la Ligue du Pacifique (1953).

JAMES

Paul James, midfielder, Canadian international (1983-93), FIFA World Cup (1986), CONCACAF champion (1985), Olympian (1984). Paul James, milieu de terrain international (1983-93), Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1986), champion de la CONCACAF (1985), athlète olympique (1984).

JOHNSON

Glen Johnson, midfielder, Canadian international (1972-76), FIFA World Cup Qualifiers (two cycles), original Vancouver Whitecaps. Glen Johnson, milieu de terrain international (1972-76), Qualifications de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (deux cycles) membre de l’édition originale des Whitecaps de Vancouver.

KELLY

Angela Kelly, midfielder, Canadian international (1990-95), FIFA Women’s World Cup (1995), W-League winner with Raleigh Wings (1998, 1999). Angela Kelly, milieu de terrain international (1990-95), Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA (1995), Championne de la W-League avec les Wings de Raleigh (1998, 1999).

KODELJA

Victor Kodelja, forward, Canadian international (1974-77), Canadian Challenge Trophy winner (1969), NASL Championship winner (1984). Victor Kodelja, attaquant international (1974-77), Gagnant du Trophée Challenge (1969), Champion de la NASL(1984).

LANG

Kara Lang, midfielder, All-Time Canada XI, international (2002-2014), CONCACAF champion (2010), FIFA World Cup (2003, 2007), Olympian (2008). Kara Lang, milieu de terrain internationale (2002-2014), XI du Canada de tous les temps, championne de la CONCACAF (2010), Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (2003, 2007), athlète olympique (2008).

LENARDUZZI

Bob Lenarduzzi, fullback, Canadian international (1972-86), FIFA World Cup (1986), CONCACAF champion (1985), Olympian (1984). Bob Lenarduzzi, défenseur international (1972-86), Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1986), Champion de la CONCACAF (1985), athlète olympique (1984).

LENARDUZZI

Sam Lenarduzzi, fullback, Canadian international (1968-80) and captain, Challenge Trophy winner (1966, 1969), FIFA World Cup Qualifiers (three cycles). Sam Lenarduzzi, défenseur international (1968-80) et capitaine, gagnant du Trophée Challenge (1966, 1969), Qualifications de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (trois cycles).

LETTIERI

Tino Lettieri, goalkeeper, Canadian international (1976-86), FIFA World Cup (1986), CONCACAF champion (1985), two-time Olympian (1976, 1984). Tino Lettieri, gardien de but international (1976-86), Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1986), Champion de la CONCACAF (1985), deux fois athlète olympique (1976, 1984).

LIMNIATIS

John Limniatis, midfielder, Canadian international (1987-97), Three Nations Cup champion (1990), APSL winner (1994). John Limniatis, milieu de terrain international (1987-97), Coupe des Trois Nations champion (1990), champion de l’APSL (1994).

MANSON •

Harry Manson (né Xul-si-malt), aboriginal Snuneymuxw, early 20th century player from Vancouver Island, BC Cup winner with Nanaimo Harry Manson (Xul-si-malt), autochtone du peuple Snuneymuxw, joueur du début du 20e siècle de l’Ile de Vancouver avec Nanaimo.


Domenic Mobilio, forward, Canadian international (1986-97), Jeux de la Francophonie winner (1989), four-time Canadian League winner. Domenic Mobilio, attaquant international (1986-97), champion des Jeux de la Francophonie (1989), quatre fois champion de la Ligue canadienne.

McLEOD

Terry Moore, fullback, international (1983-86), FIFA World Cup (1986), CONCACAF champion (1985), Olympian (1984), Soccer Bowl (1983). Terry Moore, défenseur, international (1983-86), Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1986), Champion de la CONCACAF (1985), Athlète olympique (1984), Soccer Bowl (1983).

Norman McLeod, outside left, FIFA World Cup Qualifiers (1957), four-time Canadian Challenge Trophy winner with three teams. Norman McLeod, latéral gauche, Qualifications de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA(1957), quatre fois gagnant du Trophée Challenge avec trois équipes.

McLEOD

Wes McLeod, midfielder, Canadian international (1976-85), Olympian (1976), two-time NASL finalist with Tampa Bay Rowdies. Wes McLeod, milieu de terrain, international canadien (1976-85), Athlète olympique (1976), deux fois finaliste de la NASL avec les Rowdies de Tampa Bay.

McMAHON •

Doug McMahon, centre forward, Best in 50 Years finalist, Dominion of Canada Championship winner and Top Scorer (1948). Doug McMahon, centre attaquant, finaliste au titre du Meilleur joueur en 50 ans, Gagnant du Championnat du Dominion du Canada et meilleur marqueur (1948).

PEARS

MOORE

Ken Pears, goalkeeper, FIFA World Cup Qualifiers (1957), Challenge Trophy winner (1953, 1956, 1964, 1965), Pacific League MVP (1962). Ken Pears, gardien de but, Qualifications de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1957), Gagnant du Trophée Challenge (1953, 1956, 1964, 1965), joueur par excellence de la Ligue du Pacifique (1962).

MORNEAU

Paul Peschisolido, midfielder, international (1992-2004), CONCACAF champion (2000), FIFA Confederations Cup (2001), Player of the Year (1996). Paul Peschisolido, milieu de terrain international (1992-2004), Champion de la CONCACAF (2000), Coupe des Confédérations (2001), Joueur canadien par excellence (1996).

Isabelle Morneau, fullback, international (1995-2006), CONCACAF champion (1998), three FIFA Women’s World Cups (1995, 1999, 2003). Isabelle Morneau, défenseur internationale (1995-2006), championne de la CONCACAF (1998), trois éditions de la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA (1995, 1999, 2003).

NEIL

Andrea Neil, midfielder, All-Time Canada XI, international (1991-2007), four FIFA Women’s World Cups, Jubilee Trophy winner (1994). Andrea Neil, milieu de terrain international (1991-2007), XI du Canada de tous les temps, quatre éditions de la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA, Gagnante du trophée Jubilee (1994).

PESCHISOLIDO

PHILLEY •

Brian Philley, inside left, FIFA World Cup Qualifiers (1957), two-time Canadian Challenge Trophy winner (1956-60). Brian Philley, milieu gauche, Qualifications de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA(1957), deux fois gagnant du Trophée Challenge (1956-60).

PHILLEY

Pat Philley, centre half, FIFA World Cup Qualifiers (1957), Canadian Challenge Trophy winner with Vancouver City (1950). Pat Philley, milieu central, Qualifications de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA(1957), gagnant du Trophée Challenge avec Vancouver City (1950).

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MOBILIO •

John McGrane, defender, Canadian international (1977-81), FIFA World Cup Qualifiers (two cycles), Olympian (1976), NASL professional. John McGrane, défenseur international (1977-81), Qualifications de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (deux cycles), Athlète olympique (1976), Professionnel de la NASL.

PARSONS

Buzz Parsons, midfielder, Canadian international (1972-80), Soccer Bowl winner (1979), Canadian Challenge Trophy winner (1971). Buzz Parsons, milieu de terrain international (1972-1980), champion du Soccer Bowl (1979), Gagnant du Trophée Challenge (1971).

HONOURS

McGRANE

MITCHELL

Dale Mitchell, forward, All-Time Canada XI, international (1980-93), FIFA World Cup (1986), CONCACAF champion (1985), Olympian (1984). Dale Mitchell, attaquant international (1980-93), XI du Canada de tous les temps, Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1986), Champion de la CONCACAF (1985), Athlète olympique (1984).

ONSTAD

Pat Onstad, goalkeeper, international (1988-2010), CONCACAF champion (2000), FIFA Confederations Cup (2001), MLS Cup (2003, 2006, 2007). Pat Onstad, gardien de but international (1988-2010), champion de la CONCACAF (2000), Coupe des Confédérations de la FIFA (2001), Coupe de la MLS (2003, 2006, 2007).

NATIONAL

McEACHERN

Joan McEachern, midfielder, Canadian international (1987-95), FIFA Women’s World Cup (1995), Jubilee Trophy winner with Edmonton and Coquitlam. Joan McEachern, milieu de terrain internationale (1987-95), Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA (1995), gagnante du Trophée Jubilee à Edmonton et Coquitlam.

MILLER

Colin Miller, midfielder, Canadian international (1983-97), FIFA World Cup (1986), Three Nations Cup champion (1990). Colin Miller, milieu de terrain international (1983-97), Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1986), Coupe des Trois Nations champion (1990).

INTERNATIONAL

MARCANTONIO

Carmine Marcantonio, midfielder, Canadian international (1976-80), Soccer Bowl winner with Toronto Metro-Croatias (1976). Carmine Marcantonio, milieu de terrain international (1976-80), champion du Soccer Bowl avec les Metro-Croatias de Toronto (1976).

CANADA SOCCER

HALL OF FAME


TEMPLE DE LA RENOMMÉE RAGAN

Randy Ragan, midfielder, Canadian international (1980-86), FIFA World Cup (1986), CONCACAF champion (1985), Olympian (1984). Randy Ragan, milieu de terrain international (1980-86), Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1986), Champion de la CONCACAF (1985), Athlète olympique (1984).

RING

Michelle Ring Passant, midfielder, Canadian international (1986-95), FIFA Women’s World Cup (1995), Jubilee Trophy winner with Surrey Marlins. Michelle Ring Passant, milieu de terrain international (1986-95), Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA (1995), gagnante du Trophée Jubilee avec les Marlins de Surrey.

ROBINSON

Brian Robinson, midfielder, Canadian international (1972-76), Canadian Challenge Trophy winner (1975), Whitecaps team MVP (1976). Brian Robinson, milieu de terrain international (1972-76), gagnant du Trophée Challenge (1975), joueur par excellence des Whitecaps (1976).

SAMUEL

SPENCER •

Jimmy Spencer, inside left, Dominion of Canada Championship winner (1938, 1949), Connaught Series Top Scorer (1938). Jimmy Spencer, milieu gauche, gagnant du Championnat du Dominion du Canada (1938, 1949), meilleur buteur de la Série Connaught (1938).

STEWART •

Gogie Stewart, inside right, FIFA World Cup Qualifiers (1957), Challenge Trophy winner (1950, 1955, 1960), Challenge Trophy Top Scorer (1955). Gogie Stewart, milieu droit, Qualifications de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1957), gagnant du Trophée Challenge (1950, 1955, 1960), meilleur buteur du tournoi du Trophée Challenge (1955).

STOBBART •

Dickie Stobbart, left half and inside left, Canadian international (1924), People’s Shield winner (1913), four-time Dominion of Canada Championship winner. Dickie Stobbart, latéral et milieu gauche international (1924), champion du People’s Shield (1913), quatre fois gagnant du Championnat du Canada.

STOJANOVIĆ •

Randy Samuel, centre back, Canadian international (1983-97), FIFA World Cup (1986), CONCACAF champion (1985), Three Nations Cup winner (1990). Randy Samuel, défenseur central international (1983-97), Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1986), Champion de la CONCACAF (1985), gagnant de la Coupe des Trois Nations (1990).

Mike Stojanović, forward, Canadian international (1980-81), FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, NASL North American Player of the Year (1982). Mike Stojanović, attaquant international (1980-81), Qualifications de la Coupe du Monde, Joueur nord-américain par excellence de la NASL (1982).

SEGOTA

David Stothard, left back, FIFA World Cup Qualifiers (1957), two-time Challenge Trophy winner (1955, 1960), Pacific League top juvenile (1955). David Stothard, défenseur gauche, Qualifications de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1957), deux fois gagnant du Trophée Challenge (1955, 1960), meilleur jeune joueur de la Ligue du Pacifique (1955).

Branko Segota, midfielder, Canadian international (1980-88), FIFA World Cup (1986), nine-time MISL winner with New York Arrows and San Diego Sockers. Branko Segota, milieu de terrain international (1980-88), Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1986), neuf fois champion de la MISL avec les Arrows de New York et les Sockers de San Diego.

SERWETNYK

Carrie Serwetnyk, midfielder, Canadian international (1986-96), FIFA International Tournament (1988), All-Star Championship provincial winner. Carrie Serwetnyk, milieu de terrain internationale (1986-96), Tournoin international de la FIFA (1988), gagnante du Championnat canadien des sélections.

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STOTHARD

STOUMBOS

Helen Stoumbos, forward, Canadian international (1993-99), FIFA Women’s World Cup (1995), CONCACAF champion (1998). Helen Stoumbos, attaquante internationale (1993-99), Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA (1995), Championne de la CONCACAF (1998).

SWEENEY

Mike Sweeney, midfielder, All-Time Canada XI, international (1980-93), FIFA World Cup (1986), CONCACAF champion (1985), Olympian (1984). Mike Sweeney, milieu de terrain international (1980-93), XI du Canada de tous les temps, Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1986), Champion de la CONCACAF (1985), Athlète olympique (1984).

THOMSON •

Dr. Walter Thomson, inside left and centre forward, captain on Canadian tours in late 19th century to the United Kingdom. Dr Walter Thomson, milieu gauche et attaquant central, capitaine de tournées canadiennes à la fin du 19e siècle au Royaume-Uni.

TURNER •

Dave Turner, inside left, Canadian international (1927), four-time Dominion of Canada Championship winner, Canadian Press Best in 50 Years. Dave Turner, milieu gauche international (1927), quatre fois gagnant du Championnat du Dominion du Canada, Élu parmi les Meilleurs joueurs en 50 ans de la Presse canadienne.

VALENTINE

Carl Valentine, forward, Canadian international (1985-93), FIFA World Cup (1986), CONCACAF champion (1986), Soccer Bowl winner (1979). Carl Valentine, attaquant international (1985-93), Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1986), Champion de la CONCACAF (1986), champion du Soccer Bowl.

WATSON

Mark Watson, centre back, international (1991-2005), CONCACAF champion (2000), FIFA Confederations Cup (2001), Player of the Year (1997). Mark Watson, défenseur central international (1991-2005), champion de la CONCACAF (2000), Coupe des Confédérations de la FIFA (2001), Joueur canadien par excellence (1997).

WHITTAKER •

Fred Whittaker, centre forward, Canadian Championship winner and Top Scorer (1949) with North Shore United FC, lacrosse Mann Cup winner. Fred Whittaker, attaquant central, Gagnant du Championnat canadien et meilleur marqueur du tournoi (1949), champion de la Coupe Mann de lacrosse.


YALLOP

Frank Yallop, fullback, Canadian international (1990-97), Three Nations Cup champion (1990), MLS All-Star Game (1997). Frank Yallop, défenseur international (1990-97), Coupe des Trois Nations champion (1990), Match des Étoiles de la MLS (1997).

CHEDGZOY •

Sam Chedgzoy, inside right, England international, England First Division winner (1915), Canadian finalist with Montréal Carsteel FC. Sam Chedgzoy, milieu droit international anglais, champion de la Première division anglaise (1915), finaliste du Championnat canadien avec le Carsteel FC de Montréal.

KENNAWAY •

Joe Kennaway, goalkeeper, Canadian and Scottish international, American League winner (1929), Scottish Cup winner (1933, 1937). Joe Kennaway, gardien de but international canadien et écossais, champion de la Ligue américaine (1929), gagnant de la Coupe d’Écosse (1933, 1937).

MacDONALD •

Whitey MacDonald, right half, Northern Ireland international, American League winner (1927), four-time Scottish Cup winner. Whitey MacDonald, défenseur droit international d’Irlande du Nord, champion de la Ligue américaine (1927), quatre fois champion de la Coupe d’Écosse.

NICHOLL

Jimmy Nicholl, defender, Northern Ireland international, FA Cup winner with Manchester United (1977), Scottish Cup winner with Glasgow Rangers. Jimmy Nicholl, défenseur international d’Irlande du Nord, champion de la FA Cup avec Manchester United (1977), gagnant de la Coupe d’Écosse avec les Rangers de Glasgow.

HONOURED REFEREES / ARBITRES HONORÉS

HALL of FAME

WILSON

Bruce Wilson, left back, All-Time Canada XI, international (1974-86), FIFA World Cup (1986), CONCACAF champion (1985), Soccer Bowl (1980). Bruce Wilson, défenseur gauche international (1974-86), XI du Canada de tous les temps, Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1986), Champion de la CONCACAF (1985) Soccer Bowl (1980).

CANADA SOCCER

HALL OF FAME

EVANGELISTA

Tony Evangelista, FIFA List of Referees (1977-91), FIFA Futsal World Cup, Ray Morgan Award winner (1982). Tony Evangelista, Liste d’arbitres FIFA (1977-91), Coupe du Monde de Futsal de la FIFA, Récipiendaire du Prix RayMorgan (1982).

KULAI •

Dan Kulai, FIFA List of Referees (1956-67), two Canadian Challenge Trophy finals (1950, 1960).

CONCACAF (1993), Prix Ray-Morgan (1991).

LYONS •

Dino Soupliotis, FIFA List of Referees (1976-80), Aubrey Sanford Meritorious Award (1995). Dino Soupliotis, Liste d’arbitres FIFA (1976-80), Prix de mérite Aubrey-Sanford (1995).

MORGAN •

Héctor Vergara, FIFA List of Referees (1993-2011), three FIFA World Cups (2002, 2006, 2010), Ray Morgan Award (1996). Héctor Vergara, Liste d’arbitres FIFA (1993-2011), trois Coupes du Monde de la FIFA (2002, 2006, 2010), Prix Ray-Morgan (1996).

Horace Lyons, Canadian referee in 1920s and 1930s, later Canada Soccer vice president. Horace Lyons, Arbitre canadien dans les années 1920 et 1930, plus tard vice-président de Canada Soccer. Ray Morgan, FIFA List of Referees (1955-67), FIFA World Cup Chile 1962, first Canadian to receive the FIFA Special Award to Referees (1971), two Canadian Challenge Trophy finals (1948, 1955). Ray Morgan, Liste d’arbitres FIFA (1955-67), Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Chili 1962, premier Canadien à recevoir le Prix spécial de la FIFA pour les arbitres (1971), deux finales pour le Trophée Challenge (1948, 1955).

SAWTELL

Bob Sawtell, FIFA List of Referees (1990-95), CONCACAF Gold Cup Final (1993), Ray Morgan Award (1991). Bob Sawtell, Liste d’arbitres FIFA (1990-95), Finale de la Gold Cup de la

SOUPLIOTIS •

VERGARA

NATIONAL

DENONCOURT

Sonia Denoncourt, FIFA List of Referees (1994-2004), three FIFA Women’s World Cups (1995, 1999, 2003), Ray Morgan Award (1995). Sonia Denoncourt, Liste d’arbitres FIFA (1994-2004), trois éditions de la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA (1995, 1999, 2003), Prix Ray-Morgan (1995).

Dan Kulai, Liste d’arbitres FIFA (195667), deux finales pour le Trophée Challenge (1950, 1960).

WINSEMANN

Werner Winsemann, FIFA List of Referees (1971-80), FIFA World Cup Germany 1974, Olympic Tournament 1976, Ray Morgan Award (1980). Werner Winsemann, Liste d’arbitres FIFA (1971-80), Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Allemagne 1974, Tournoi olympique 1976, Prix Ray-Morgan (1980).

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INTERNATIONAL

ARROWSMITH

Gord Arrowsmith, FIFA List of Referees (1982-91), Ray Morgan Award winner (1992). Gord Arrowsmith, Liste d’arbitres FIFA (1982-91), Récipiendaire du Prix RayMorgan (1992).

HONOURS

From 2000 to 2015, The Soccer Hall of Fame honoured 10 referees. De 2000 à 2015, le Temple de la renommée du soccer a honoré 10 arbitres.


TEMPLE DE LA RENOMMÉE HONOURED BUILDERS / BÂTISSEURS HONORÉS From 2000 to 2015, The Soccer Hall of Fame honoured 53 builders. De 2000 à 2015, le Temple de la renommée du soccer a honoré 53 bâtisseurs.

ADAM •

Jimmie Adam, manager of Canadian international tours in 1924 and 1927. Jimmie Adam, gérant de tournées internationales du Canada en 1924 et 1927.

ANDERSON •

George Anderson, general secretary of Canada Soccer (1951-67). George Anderson, secrétaire général de Canada Soccer (1951-67).

ARNOLD •

Arthur Arnold, president of Canada Soccer (1957), president of National League (1934-41), Canada Soccer Life Member. Arthur Arnold, président de Canada Soccer (1957), président de la Ligue nationale (1934-41), Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

AVEY

BENNETT

Chris Bennett, Canada assistant coach with national youth teams. Chris Bennett, Canada entraîneur adjoint avec les équipes nationales juniors.

BROWN

Stuart Brown, head coach of Edmonton Angels, Jubilee Trophy winners. Stuart Brown, entraîneur-chef des Angels d’Edmonton, championnes du Trophée Jubilee.

BUCHANAN •

John Buchanan, Canada assistant coach at 1976 Olympic Games, manager with national teams. John Buchanan, Canada entraîneur adjoint aux Jeux olympiques de 1976, gérant avec les équipes nationales juniors

CAPOZZI •

Brian Avey, executive director of Ontario Soccer (1978-2004). Brian Avey, directeur général de l’Association de soccer de l’Ontario (1978-2004).

Herb Capozzi, one of the founders of Vancouver Whitecaps FC. Herb Capozzi, propriétaire des Whitecaps de Vancouver.

BARRETT

CROSS •

Angus Barrett, president of Newfoundland Labrador Soccer and Canada Soccer board member. Angus Barrett, président de l’Association de soccer de Terre-Neuve et Labrador et membre du Conseil d’administration de Canada Soccer.

BEARPARK •

Bob Bearpark, Canada head coach (1986-87), assistant coach at Olympic Games, CONCACAF Championship, and FIFA World Cup (1986). Bob Bearpark, Entraîneur-chef du Canada (1986-87), entraîneur adjoint aux Jeux olympiques, au Championnat de la CONCACAF et à la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1986).

BÉLIVEAU

Sylvie Béliveau, Canada head coach (1993-95), FIFA Women’s World Cup (1995), FIFA Technical Study Group. Sylvie Béliveau, Entraîneur-chef du Canada (1993-95), Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA (1995), Groupe d’étude technique de la FIFA.

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Jeff Cross, soccer journalist at multiple FIFA World Cups. Jeff Cross, journaliste canadien à la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA.

DAVIDSON •

Sam Davidson, general secretary of the Dominion of Canada Football Championship (1922-40), Canada Soccer Life Member. Sam Davidson, secrétaire général de l’Association de football du Dominion du Canada (1922-40), membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

ETCHEGARRY

Billy Fenton, journaliste au Toronto Telegram depuis 1920.

FLEMING

Jim Fleming, president of Canada Soccer (1982-85 and 1998-2001), Canada Soccer Life Member. Jim Fleming, président de Canada Soccer (1982-85 et 1998-2001), Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

FORSYTH •

David Forsyth, manager of Canadian touring teams in late 19th century, founding member of Western Football Association. David Forsyth, gérant d’équipes canadiennes en tournée à la fin du 19e siècle et membre fondateur de l’Association de football de l’Ouest (WFA).

FRIED •

Dr. Tom Fried, doctor with national teams, Canada Soccer Life Member. Dr. Tom Fried, médecin auprès des équipes nationales du Canada et membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

FRYATT •

Dave Fryatt, president of Canada Soccer (1963-64), Canada Soccer Life Member. Dave Fryatt, président de Canada Soccer (1963-64) et membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

GILHESPY

Bill Gilhespy, Alberta Soccer president and Canada Soccer board member, Canada Soccer Life Member. Bill Gilhespy, président de l’Association de soccer de l’Alberta, membre du Conseil d’administration de Canada Soccer et membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

GITTENS

Gus Etchegarry, president of Newfoundland Labrador Soccer and vicepresident of Canada Soccer. Gus Etchegarry, président de l’Association de soccer de Terre-Neuve et Labrador et vice-président de Canada Soccer.

Dr. Rudy Gittens, doctor with Canadian national teams, Canada Soccer Life Member. Dr. Rudy Gittens, médecin auprès des équipes nationales du Canada et membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

FENTON •

Bert Goldberger, Alberta Soccer technical director and coach with Canada’s national youth teams.

Billy Fenton, soccer journalist at Toronto Telegram starting in 1920.

GOLDBERGER


HOYLE

John McMahon, manager of Canada’s national teams, Canada Soccer Life Member. John McMahon, gérant des équipes nationales du Canada, Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

George Gross, manager with Toronto City, journalist in Toronto. George Gross, gérant de Toronto City et journaliste à Toronto. Dick Howard, technical director with Canada Soccer, FIFA Technical Study Group. Dick Howard, directeur technique de Canada Soccer, Groupe d’étude technique de la FIFA. Bill Hoyle, Ontario Soccer president and Canada Soccer board member, Canada Soccer Life Member. Bill Hoyle, Président de l’Association de soccer de l’Ontario et Membre du Conseil d’administration de Canada Soccer, Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

HUBAY

Jim Hubay, president of Canadian Minor Soccer Association, vice president with Canada Soccer. Jim Hubay, président de l’Association canadienne de soccer mineur, viceprésident de Canada Soccer.

HYLAN •

Alex Hylan, founding member of the Canadian Minor Soccer Association, Canada Soccer Life Member. Alex Hylan, membre fondateur de l’Association canadienne de soccer mineur, Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

JOSE

Colin Jose, historian and journalist, Canada Soccer Life Member. Colin Jose, historien et journaliste, Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

KERR •

Johnny Kerr, executive director of Major League Soccer Players’ Association. Johnny Kerr, directeur général de l’Association des joueurs de Major League Soccer.

KING •

Eric King, general secretary of Canada Soccer (1968-85), Canada Soccer Life Member.

LEGGAT •

McMAHON •

MORO •

Lou Moro, trainer with Canada’s national teams. Lou Moro, soigneur des équipes nationales du Canada.

MULDOON

Kevin Muldoon, equipment manager with Canada Soccer’s national teams. Kevin Muldoon, Gérant de l’équipement des équipes nationales de Canada Soccer.

PETO •

Len Peto, president of Dominion of Canada Football Association (193233), president of the National League, Canada Soccer Life Member. Len Peto, président de l’Association de football du Dominion du Canada (1932-33), président de la Ligue nationale, Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

PETRIE •

Don Petrie, head coach of Canada’s first FIFA World Cup Qualifiers team. Don Petrie, entraîneur-chef de la première équipe canadienne en match de qualification pour la Coupe du Monde.

QUINN

Pat Quinn, trainer with Canada Soccer’s national teams. Pat Quinn, soigneur des équipes nationales de Canada Soccer.

RICHARDSON •

John Richardson, secretary with BC Soccer Commission. John Richardson, secrétaire de l’Association de soccer de la Colombie-Britannique.

RUSSELL •

John Russell, president of the Dominion of Canada Football Association (1925-31), Canada Soccer Life Member. John Russell, président de l’Association de football du Dominion du Canada (1925-31), Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

SANFORD •

Aubrey Sanford, president of Canada Soccer (1969-71), Canada Soccer Life Member. Aubrey Sanford, président de Canada Soccer (1969-71), Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

HALL of FAME

HOWARD

Graham Leggat, journalist at six FIFA World Cups and one FIFA Women’s World Cup. Graham Leggat, journaliste à six éditions de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA et à une Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA.

SCHWARTZ

Georges Schwartz, president of Québec Soccer and vice president of Canada Soccer, Canada Soccer Life Member. Georges Schwartz, président de Soccer Québec et vice-président de Canada Soccer, Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

HONOURS

GROSS •

ROBERTSON •

Tom Robertson, first secretary of the Dominion of Canada Football Association (1912-14), Canada Soccer Life Member. Tom Robertson, premier secrétaire de l’Association de football du Dominion du Canada (1912-14), Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

SIMPSON •

Bill Simpson, president of Canada Soccer (1965-68), Canada Soccer Life Member. Bill Simpson, président de Canada Soccer (1965-68), Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

SLADE •

Ted Slade, head coach of Toronto Greenbacks, author of Canadian coaching manuals. Ted Slade, entraîneur-chef des Greenbacks de Toronto, auteur de manuels canadiens d’entraîneurs.

SOUTHARD

Alan Southard, first president of the Canadian Youth Soccer Association (1969), Canada Soccer Life Member. Alan Southard, premier président de l’Association canadienne de soccer juvénile (1969), Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

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NATIONAL

Eric King, secrétaire général de Canada Soccer (1968-85), Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

INTERNATIONAL

Bert Goldberger, directeur technique de l’Association de soccer de l’Alberta et entraîneur des équipes juniors du Canada.

CANADA SOCCER

HALL OF FAME


TEMPLE DE LA RENOMMÉE STAMBROOK •

Dr. Fred Stambrook, president of Canada Soccer (1986-91), Canada Soccer Life Member. Dr. Fred Stambrook, président de Canada Soccer (1986-91), Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

STAVRO •

THOMSON

Bill Thomson, technical director with Canada Soccer, Canada Soccer Life Member. Bill Thomson, directeur technique de Canada Soccer, Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

TWAMLEY

Steve Stavro, founder of Eastern Canadian Professional League, Canada Soccer Life Member. Steve Stavro, fondateur de la Ligue professionnelle de l’Est du Canada, Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

Bruce Twamley, head coach with Canada’s national team and youth teams. Bruce Twamley, entraîneur-chef de l’équipe nationale et des équipes juniors du Canada.

STIRLING

Tony Waiters, head coach of Canada’s national team at FIFA World Cup, CONCACAF Championship, and Olympic Games, NASL Coach of the Year. Tony Waiters, entraîneur-chef de l’équipe nationale du Canada à la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA, au Cham-

Bill Stirling, president of Canada Soccer (1973-81), Canada Soccer Life Member. Bill Stirling, président de Canada Soccer (1973-81), Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

WAITERS

pionnat de la CONCACAF et aux Jeux olympiques, entraîneur par excellence de la NASL.

WILSON

Les Wilson, manager with Canada’s national teams (1984-2000) including FIFA World Cup (1986) and FIFA Women’s World Cup (1999). Les Wilson, gérant des équipes nationales du Canada (1984-2000), notamment à la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA (1986) et à la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA (1999).

WISDOM

Derek Wisdom, president of Soccer New Brunswick, Canada Soccer Life Member. Derek Wisdom, président de l’Association de soccer du NouveauBrunswick, Membre à vie de Canada Soccer.

HONOURED TEAMS / ÉQUIPES HONORÉES 1888 CANADA

All Canada team that undertook a 61day football tour to the United Kingdom. Première équipe canadienne en tournée en Europe.

1904 CANADA

Galt Football Club, Olympic champions at St. Louis 1904. Galt Football Club, champion olympique aux Jeux de St-Louis en 1904.

1907 CALGARY

Calgary Callies, winners of the 1907 People’s Shield. Callies de Calgary, gagnants du People’s Shield en 1907.

1933 TORONTO

Toronto Scottish, winners of the 1933 Dominion of Canada Championship. Scottish de Toronto, gagnants du Championnat canadien en 1933.

1976 TORONTO

Toronto Metros-Croatia, winners of the 1976 North American Soccer League. Metros-Croatia de Toronto, champions de la NASL en 1976.

1984 CANADA

Canada’s Olympic team, quarter-finalists at Los Angeles 1984. Équipe olympique, quart de finaliste aux Jeux de Los Angeles en 1984.

1986 CANADA

Canada’s first FIFA World Cup finalists at Mexico 1986. Première équipe canadienne en phase finale de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA.

1989 CANADA

Canada, champions of the first Jeux de la Francophonie. Canada, champion du tournoi des premiers Jeux de la Francophonie.

1998 CANADA

Canada, champions of the 1998 CONCACAF Championship. L’équipe du Canada, gagnante du Championnat de la CONCACF en 1998.

HONOURED ORGANISATIONS / ORGANISATIONS HONORÉES CARSTEEL FC

Montréal Carsteel FC, Dominion of Canada Championship winners (1948) and runners up (1939). Carsteel FC de Montréal, Champions du Dominion du Canada (1948) et finalistes (1939).

COLUMBUS FC

Vancouver Columbus FC, Canadian Challenge Trophy winners (1964, 1969, 1977, 1978) and runners up (1968). Columbus FC de Vancouver, Champions du Trophée Challenge (1964, 1969, 1977, 1978) et finalistes (1968).

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FIREFIGHTERS FC

Vancouver Firefighters, Canadian Challenge Trophy winners (1965, 1973, 1983, 1990) and runners up (1961). Firefighters de Vancouver, Champions du Trophée Challenge (1965, 1973, 1983, 1990) et finalistes (1961).

THE ROBBIE

The Robbie International Youth Tournament of Scarborough, Ontario since 1967. Le Tournoi international juvénile The Robbie de Scarborough, en Ontario, depuis 1967.

ULSTER UNITED FC

Toronto Ulster United FC, Dominion of Canada Championship winners (1925,. 1946, 1951), runners up (1922, 1937). Ulster United FC de Toronto, Champions du Dominion du Canada (1925,. 1946, 1951) et finalistes (1922, 1937).

VIC WEST FC

Victoria West FC, Canadian Challenge Trophy winners (1976, 1979, 1982, 1984). West FC de Victoria, Champions du Trophée Challenge (1976, 1979, 1982, 1984).


1985 CONCACAF : Ian Bridge, John Catliff, Pasquale DeLuca, Paul Dolan, Ken Garraway, Sven Habermann, Paul James, Bob Lenarduzzi, Tino Lettieri, Shaun Lowther, Trevor McCallum, Dale Mitchell, Terry Moore, Dave Norman, George Pakos, Randy Ragan, Randy Samuel, Mike Sweeney, Carl Valentine, Igor Vrablic, Bruce Wilson. Head coach / entraîneur : Tony Waiters.

1986 FIFA WORLD CUP FINALISTS : CANADA MNT MEXICO 1986 MEXIQUE : Ian Bridge, Pasquale DeLuca, Paul Dolan, Gerry Gray, Sven Habermann, Greg Ion, Paul James, Bob Lenarduzzi, Tino Lettieri, Jamie Lowery, Colin Miller, Dale Mitchell, Terry Moore, Dave Norman, George Pakos, Randy Ragan, Randy Samuel, Branko Segota, Mike Sweeney, Carl Valentine, Igor Vrablic, Bruce Wilson. Head coach / entraîneur : Tony Waiters.

2000 CONCACAF CHAMPIONS : CANADA MNT GOLD CUP 2000 COUPE D’OR : Robbie Aristodemo, Jim Brennan, Jeff Clarke, Carlo Corazzin, Dwayne De Rosario, Jason deVos, Paul Fenwick, Craig Forrest, Richard Hastings, Garret Kusch, Tony Menezes, Martin Nash, Pat Onstad, Paul Peschisolido, Paul Stalteri, Elvis Thomas, Mark Watson, Davide Xausa. Head coach / entraîneur : Holger Osieck.

HALL of FAME

1985 CONCACAF CHAMPIONS : CANADA MNT

CANADA SOCCER

HONOUR ROLL / TABLEAU D’HONNEUR

KOREA/JAPAN 2001 CORÉE-JAPON : Jason Bent, Marc Bircham, Jim Brennan, Carlo Corazzin, Nick Dasovic, Dwayne De Rosario, Jason deVos, Paul Fenwick, Carl Fletcher, Craig Forrest, Michael Franks, Richard Hastings, Daniel Imhof, Garret Kusch, Kevin McKenna, Tony Menezes, Tam Nsaliwa, Pat Onstad, Paul Peschisolido, Paul Stalteri, Mark Watson, Davide Xausa. Head coach / entraîneur : Holger Osieck.

1998 CONCACAF CHAMPIONS : CANADA WNT 1998 CONCACAF : Tina Blaskovic, Silvana Burtini, Marie-Claude Dion, Geraldine Donnelly, Tanya Franck, Isabelle Harvey, Charmaine Hooper, Sarah Joly, Karina LeBlanc, Isabelle Morneau, Suzanne Muir, Stephanie O’Neil, Shannon Rosenow, Liz Smith, Helen Stoumbos, Amy Walsh, Cindy Walsh, Nicole Wright. Head coach / entraîneur : Neil Turnbull.

HONOURS

2001 FIFA CONFEDERATIONS CUP : CANADA MNT

LONDON 2012 LONDRES : Brittany Baxter, Melanie Booth, Candace Chapman, Jonelle Filigno, Robyn Gayle, Christina Julien, Kaylyn Kyle, Karina LeBlanc, Diana Matheson, Erin McLeod, Carmelina Moscato, Marie-Eve Nault, Kelly Parker, Sophie Schmidt, Desiree Scott, Lauren Sesselmann, Christine Sinclair, Chelsea Stewart, Melissa Tancredi, Rhian Wilkinson, Emily Zurrer. Head coach / entraîneur : John Herdman.

2016 OLYMPIC BRONZE : CANADA WNT RIO 2016 : Janine Beckie, Josée Bélanger, Kadeisha Buchanan, Gabrielle Carle, Allysha Chapman, Sabrina D’Angelo, Jessie Fleming, Stephanie Labbé, Ashley Lawrence, Diana Matheson, Marie-Eve Nault, Nichelle Prince, Rebecca Quinn, Deanne Rose, Sophie Schmidt, Desiree Scott, Kailen Sheridan, Christine Sinclair, Melissa Tancredi, Rhian Wilkinson, Shelina Zadorsky. Head coach / entraîneur : John Herdman.

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INTERNATIONAL

2012 OLYMPIC BRONZE : CANADA WNT

NATIONAL

2010 CONCACAF CHAMPIONS : CANADA WNT 2010 CONCACAF : Josée Bélanger, Candace Chapman, Jonelle Filigno, Robyn Gayle, Christina Julien, Kaylyn Kyle, Stephanie Labbé, Kara Lang, Karina LeBlanc, Diana Matheson, Brooke McCalla, Carmelina Moscato, Marie-Eve Nault, Sophie Schmidt, Desiree Scott, Christine Sinclair, Chelsea Stewart, Melissa Tancredi, Rhian Wilkinson, Emily Zurrer. Head coach / entraîneur : Carolina Morace.


PRIX DES JOUEURS / PLAYER AWARDS PLAYERS OF THE YEAR / JOUEURS DE L’ANNÉE This award celebrates Canada’s best footballers in recognition of their achievements with both the National Team and their respective clubs. / Ce prix récompense le meilleur joueur et la meilleure joueuse canadiens pour leur performance exceptionnelle, tant au sein de l’équipe nationale qu’auprès de leurs clubs respectifs. YR/AN 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Canadian Players / Joueurs canadiens Atiba Hutchinson and/et Christine Sinclair Atiba Hutchinson and/et Kadeisha Buchanan Atiba Hutchinson and/et Christine Sinclair Will Johnson and/et Christine Sinclair Atiba Hutchinson and/et Christine Sinclair Dwayne De Rosario and/et Christine Sinclair Atiba Hutchinson and/et Christine Sinclair Simeon Jackson and/et Christine Sinclair Julian de Guzman and/et Christine Sinclair Dwayne De Rosario and/et Christine Sinclair Dwayne De Rosario and/et Christine Sinclair Dwayne De Rosario and/et Christine Sinclair Paul Stalteri and/et Christine Sinclair Pat Onstad and/et Charmaine Hooper Jason deVos and/et Charmaine Hooper Paul Stalteri and/et Andrea Neil Craig Forrest and/et Christine Sinclair Jim Brennan and/et Geraldine Donnelly Tomasz Radzinski and/et Silvana Burtini Mark Watson and/et Janine Helland Paul Peschisolido and/et Geraldine Donnelly Alex Bunbury and/et Charmaine Hooper Craig Forrest and/et Charmaine Hooper Alex Bunbury

Runners Up / Deuxième place Cyle Larin and/et Ashley Lawrence Cyle Larin and/et Josée Bélanger Milan Borjan and/et Erin McLeod Atiba Hutchinson and/et Diana Matheson Dwayne De Rosario and/et Diana Matheson Simeon Jackson and/et Sophie Schmidt Dwayne De Rosario and/et Diana Matheson Dwayne De Rosario and/et Karina LeBlanc Dwayne De Rosario and/et Erin McLeod Julian de Guzman and/et Erin McLeod Atiba Hutchinson and/et Randee Hermus Paul Stalteri and/et Randee Hermus Tomasz Radzinski and/et Christine Sinclair Nick Dasovic and/et Janine Helland Craig Forrest and/et Janine Helland Paul Peschisolido and/et Silvana Burtini Nick Dasovic and/et Silvana Burtini Craig Forrest

U-20 PLAYERS OF THE YEAR / JOUEURS U-20 DE L’ANNÉE 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

Ballou Jean-Yves Tabla and/et Jessie Fleming Michael Petrasso and/et Jessie Fleming Michael Petrasso and/et Kadeisha Buchanan Dylan Carreiro and/et Kadeisha Buchanan Doneil Henry and/et Sabrina D’Angelo Ashtone Morgan and/et Amélia Pietrangelo Ethan Gage and/et Jonelle Filigno Nana Attakora and/et Chelsea Stewart Nana Attakora and/et Jonelle Filigno Asmir Begovic and/et Sophie Schmidt David Edgar and/et Jodi-Ann Robinson Ryan Gyaki and/et Kara Lang

Thomas Meilleur-Giguère and/et Gabrielle Carle Rares Chris Serban and/et Gabrielle Carle Luca Gasparotto and/et Ashley Lawrence Samuel Piette and/et Ashley Lawrence Samuel Piette and/et Shelina Zadorsky Russell Teibert and/et Jaclyn Sawicki J. Latendresse-Lévesque and/et Chelsea Stewart Marcus Haber and/et Taylor Patterson Brandon Bonifacio and/et Allysha Chapman David Edgar and/et Jodi-Ann Robinson Jaime Peters and/et Sophie Schmidt Jaime Peters and/et Brittany Timko (Baxter)

U-17 PLAYERS OF THE YEAR / JOUEURS U-17 DE L’ANNÉE 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007

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Alphonso Davies and/et Deanne Rose Kadin Chung and/et Kennedy Faulknor Ballou Jean-Yves Tabla and/et Jessie Fleming Marco Carducci and/et Sura Yekka Marco Carducci and/et Ashley Lawrence Bryce Alderson and/et Ashley Lawrence Bryce Alderson and/et Diamond Simpson Russell Teibert and/et Abigail Raymer Russell Teibert and/et Monica Lam-Feist Olivier Lacoste-Lebuis and/et Monica Lam-Feist

Jonathan David and/et Emma Regan Gabriel Boakye and/et Sarah Stratigakis Matthew Baldisimo and/et Marie Levasseur Hanson Boakai and/et Jessie Fleming Marco Bustos and/et Kadeisha Buchanan Keven Aleman and/et Summer Clarke Keven Aleman and/et Sabrina D’Angelo Derrick Bassi and/et Nicole Setterlund Derrick Bassi and/et Tiffany Cameron Mohammed Sylla and/et Tiffany Cameron


Aubrey Sanford Meritorious Service Award / Prix Aubrey-Sanford pour service méritoire 2015 Andy Sharpe 2014 Dr. Ed Johnson 2013 George Athanasiou 2012 Terry Quinn 2011 Pascal Cifarelli 2010 Adrian Newman 2009 Angus Barrett 2009 Vincent Ursini 2007 Les Wilkinson 2006 Lorraine Miller 2005 Craig Forrest 2004 Dino Madonis 2003 Gary Sampley 2002 Geraldine Donnelly 2001 Randy Samuel 2000 Les Wilson 1999 Dr. Rudy Gittens 1998 Bruce Wilson

International Achievement Award / Prix de reconnaissance internationale 2016 Carol Anne Chénard 2015 Joe Fletcher 2012 Darci Kruse 2012 Mauricio Navarro 2011 Steven DePiero 2008 Amato DeLuca 2008 Denise Robinson 2007 José Farias 2007 Hu (Tiger) Liu 2007 Jill Proctor 2007 Martin Reid 2007 Eric Roy

Canada Soccer Life Member / Membre à vie de Canada Soccer 2016 Kevan Pipe 2015 Janine Helland 2015 Sonia Denoncourt 2015 Colin Jose 2013 Nick Filippone

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HALL of FAME

Ray Morgan Memorial Award / Prix commémoratif Ray-Morgan 2016 Suzanne Morisset 2015 M-J Charbonneau 2014 Marie-Soleil Beaudoin 2013 Silviu Petrescu 2012 Joe Fletcher 2011 Philippe Brière 2010 Paul Ward 2009 Carol Anne Chénard 2008 Denise Robinson 2007 Hu (Tiger) Liu 2002 Mauricio Navarro 2001 William Laidlaw 1999 José Farias 1998 John Neilsen 1996 Héctor Vergara 1995 Sonia Denoncourt 1994 Mike Seifert 1992 Gordon Arrowsmith 1991 Bob Sawtell 1990 Jean Meachin 1989 Erin Foote 1987 Derek Douglas 1986 Bob Allen 1985 John Meachin 1984 Ilio Matos 1983 Dante Maglio 1982 Tony Evangelista 1981 Ben Fusco 1980 Werner Winsemann

Award of Merit / Prix du mérite 2016 Leslie Blyth 2016 Percy Hoff 2016 Jeannette Kuc 2016 Huw Morris 2014 Don Dancey 2014 Bob Sawtell 2014 Leeta Sokalski 2013 Wendell MacGibbon 2013 Cindy Tye 2011 Jean Bernier 2011 Richard Labrom 2010 William Laidlaw 2010 Walter McKee 2010 Lynda McLeish 2009 Stuart Brown 2009 Mario Charpentier 2009 Joanne Mazurkewich 2009 Mike Oliver 2009 Dave Randall 2009 Henry Szewczyk 2009 Mike Traficante 2008 Judi Kelloway 2008 Ed Moyst 2008 Brian Murphy 2008 Trevor Paine 2008 Alan Ross 2008 Brian Walsh 2006 Mary Dunleavy 2006 Ed Grenda 2006 Jim Pitfield 2005 Klaas Post 2004 Alan Godfrey 2004 Gerald MacDonald 2004 David Darlington 2004 Ralph Cantafio 2003 Larry Diehl 2003 Peter McKenzie 2003 Jim Nicholson 2003 Dino Madonis 2003 Frank Bailey 2003 Laurie McIvor 2002 Frank Capasso 2002 John Diamond 2002 Bruce Norton 2002 Daphne Andrews 2002 Marie March 2002 Tom Pollock 2002 Dr. Bill Silver 2002 Greg Bay 2001 Dr. Ed Johnson

2001 Jim Spencer 2001 Ken Fowler 2001 Jim Lamond 2001 Dr. Geoff Haigh 2001 Fred Kern 2001 Jack Taylor 2001 Roger Stringer 2001 Esther Dupperon 2001 Tom Doyle 2001 Nick Filippone 2000 Stew Duncan 2000 Dave Buckman 1999 Vic Batzel 1999 Dave Kerr 1998 Benjamin Millet 1998 Brian Crease 1998 Mitch Clapham 1998 Dorothy Hickey 1997 John Stornel 1997 Newman Bartlett 1997 Doug Redmond 1997 Doug Sweetapple 1997 Jeff Babstock 1997 famille Breen family 1996 Frank Bain 1996 Lou Moro 1996 Neil Ellett 1996 Deryl Hughes 1996 Alex Kemp 1996 Malcolm Cowie 1996 Bert Goldberger 1995 Geneva Boucher 1995 Georges Schwartz 1995 Elio Mandrossi 1995 Pascal Cifarelli 1995 famille Hooper family 1994 Ray Vaudry 1994 Mario Perrino 1993 Doug Knott 1993 Tom Wallis 1992 Colin Jose 1992 Terry Kelly 1992 Jim Ellis 1992 Bill Hoyle 1992 Dr. Tom Brandl 1991 Harry Skidmore 1991 John Straker 1990 Harry Newman 1990 John McCoy 1990 Les Wilkinson 1989 Walter Sieber 1989 Bill Thomson

HONOURS

President’s Award / Prix du Président 2016 Percy Hoff 2016 Kevin Holness 2015 Richard Labrom 2013 Les Sinnott 2012 Brigitte Frot 2009 Fred Kern 2008 Ben Lake 2007 Colin Jose 2006 Dr. Rudy Gittens 2005 Bill Hoyle 2004 George Athanasiou 2003 Harry Newman 2002 Brian Avey 2001 Gerry Gentile 2000 Jim Ellis 1999 Dorothy Hickey 1998 Lorraine Miller 1997 Sam Donaghey 1996 Milan Ilich 1995 Walter Sieber 1994 Richard Forrester 1993 Dave Fryatt

2007 Mike Seifert 2002 Héctor Vergara 1999 John Neilsen 1997 Gordon Arrowsmith 1997 Peter Johnson 1997 John Meachin 1997 Bob Sawtell 1997 Werner Winsemann

NATIONAL

Futsal Player of the Year / Joueur de Futsal canadien de l’année Start / début 2017

1997 Jim Fleming 1996 Tony Waiters 1995 Dino Soupliotis 1994 Eric King 1993 Dr. Fred Stambrook 1992 Tony Evangelista 1991 Sam Donaghey 1990 Ben Lake 1989 Dave Fryatt 1988 Derek Wisdom 1987 Dr. Tom Fried 1986 Bill Stirling

INTERNATIONAL

Para Soccer Player of the Year / Joueur Para Soccer canadien de l’année 2016 Samuel Charron 2015 Trevor Stiles 2014 Liam Stanley 2013 Liam Stanley 2012 Brendon McAdam

CANADA SOCCER

CANADA SOCCER


CANADA SOCCER 2012 Bill Thomson 2012 Eric King 2012 Dr. Rudy Gittens 2009 Bill Hoyle 2007 Andy Sharpe 2004 Jim Ellis 2002 Terry Quinn 2002 Steve Stavro 1999 Dr. Fred Stambrook 1998 Richard Forrester 1998 Derek Wisdom 1998 Tom Wallis 1997 Bill Gilhespy 1997 George Innes 1994 Bob Sayer 1992 Guy Burelle 1991 Dr. Tom Fried 1991 Jim Fleming 1989 Alex Hylan 1988 Fred Jopson 1988 Alan Southard 1986 Joseph Piccininni 1986 John McMahon 1985 Bill Stirling 1974 Aubrey Sanford 1972 Bill Simpson 1972 Dave Fryatt 1962 Arthur Arnold 1957? Jock Hendry 1955 Tom Elliott 1953 Dr. Otis Todd 1951? Horace Lyons 1950 William McAdam 1948 Sam Davidson 1948 Donald Grant 1939? Len Peto 1935 Charles Smail 1934 Tom Holland 1934 Herbert Wilcox 1934 John Somerville 1934 John Russell 1926 John Easton 1922 Tom Guthrie 1920? H. Craig Campbell 1920? Tom Robertson 1920 Ed Spencer 1914 Fred Barter 1914 Tom Watson 1912-20? E. Bailey Fisher

CANADA XI All-Time Canada XI (2012) / Canada XI de tous les temps (2012) MEN’S / MASCULIN GK Craig Forrest FB Robert Iarusci

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CB Randy Samuel CB Jason deVos FB Bruce Wilson M Mike Sweeney M Atiba Hutchinson M/F Dwayne De Rosario M/F Dale Mitchell M/F John Catliff M/F Alex Bunbury WOMEN’S / FÉMININ GK Erin McLeod FB Rhian Wilkinson CB Martina Franko CB Janine Helland FB/CB Candace Chapman M Geraldine Donnelly M Diana Matheson M Andrea Neil F Charmaine Hooper F Kara Lang F Christine Sinclair

CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP CHAMPIONNAT CANADIEN George Gross Memorial Trophy (Most Valuable Player) / Trophée GeorgeGross (Le joueur le plus utile) 2016 Benoît Cheyrou 2015 Russell Teibert 2014 Justin Mapp 2013 Justin Mapp 2012 Ryan Johnson 2011 Joao Plata 2010 Dwayne De Rosario 2009 Dwayne De Rosario 2008 Matt Jordan Top Scorer of the Canadian Championship / Meilleur buteur du Championnat canadien 2016 Jordan Hamilton 2015 Tomi Ameobi 2014 Jack McInerney 2013 Camilo Sanvezzo 2012 Sébastien Le Toux 2011 Maicon Santos 2010 Seven players 2009 Dwayne De Rosario 2008 Roberto Brown

NATIONAL Most Valuable Player of the Challenge Trophy / Le joueur le plus utile du Championnat pour le Trophée Challenge 2016 Paul Hamilton 2015 Jovan Ivanovich 2014 Denver Spearman 2013 Tom MacDonald 2012 Samuel Georget Top Scorer of the Challenge Trophy / Meilleur buteur du Championnat pour le Trophée Challenge 2016 Bezick Evraire 2015 Brett Hogan and Jared Murphy 2014 Matt Thompson 2013 Matt Thompson 2012 Chris Musto 2011 Karim Kamara 2010 Haris Cekic and Ryan Devereaux 2009 Boris Salou 2008 Paul Craig 2007 Joe Scigliano Top Scorer of the Challenge Trophy / Meilleur buteur du Championnat pour le Trophée Challenge 1964 Barry Ihaski 1962 Johnny Schepers 1960 Freddie Bundschoks 1959 Osvado de Brasi 1958 Harry Jedig 1957 Ivony & Nagy-Sukosd 1956 Harry Jedig 1955 Gogie Stewart 1954 Jimmy Pines 1953 Dave Guthrie 1952 Ivan Carr 1951 John Halley 1950 Midge Pennington 1949 Fred Whittaker 1948 Doug McMahon 1947 Johnny Getty 1946 Bobby Hume Top Scorer of the Connaught Series (1913-1939) / Meilleur buteur de la Série Connaught (1913-1939) 1939 Paul-Émile Castonguay 1938 Jimmy Spencer 1937 George Graham

1936 Jock Coulter 1935 Paddy Fallon 1934 Larry Fitzpatrick 1933 Bill McManus 1932 Andy Stevens 1931 Ernie Hammond 1930 Jock Coulter 1929 Bill Finlayson 1928 Jock Coulter 1927 Dave Cowie 1926 Duncan Watson 1925 Tommy Watt 1924 Alex Slidders 1923 Wilf Reed 1922 Bernie Cartwright 1921 Hector MacDonald 1920 Tiny Thombs 1919 D. Jackson 1915 George Mair 1914 Hughie McQueen 1913 Simmonds Most Valuable Player of the Jubilee Trophy / La joueuse le plus utile du Championnat pour le Trophée Jubilee 2016 Léa Chastenay-Joseph 2015 Carleigh Miller 2014 Taryne Boudreau 2013 Lyndsay Stewart 2012 Emily Costello Top Scorer of the Jubilee Trophy / Meilleur buteur du Championnat pour le Trophée Jubilee 2016 Léa Chastenay-Joseph 2015 Deanne Rose 2014 Three players 2013 Malorie Harris 2012 Elizabeth Hudon and Rachael Pelat 2011 Leanne Huck 2010 Marie-Pier Boudreau 2009 Tori Martyn and Katie Richards 2008 Nichole Adams and Caley Miskimmin 2007 Karl Colpitts Most Valuable Player of the Canadian Soccer League (1987-1992) / Le joueur le plus utile de la Ligue canadien de soccer (1987-1992) 1992 Eddy Berdusco 1991 Domenic Mobilio 1990 Pat Harrington 1989 Justin Fashanu 1988 John Catliff 1987 Nick Gilbert


Canada Games Top Player / Joueuse par excellence des Jeux du Canada 2013 Amandine Pierre-Louis 2009 Jenna Richardson

MVP of the U Sports Men’s Soccer Championship / Joueur par excellence du Canada Games Top Scorer championnat U Sports / Meilleur buteur des Jeux 2016 Noah Cunningham du Canada 2015 Michael Cox 2013 Meghan Earle 2014 Henry Moody 2009 Adriana Leon 2013 Niall Cousens 2012 Gagandeep Dosanjh 2011 Cam Hundal 2010 Adrian Peña 2009 Gabriel Moreau FUTSAL 2008 Gerard Ladiyou 2007 Graham Smith Top Scorer of the Futsal 2006 Justin Farenik Canadian Championship / 2005 Jon Poli Meilleur buteur du Champi2004 Sean Battistoni onnat canadien de Futsal 2003 Mesut Mert 2016 Four players 2002 John Kamendy 2015 Timo Garzon 2001 Kenny Nutt and Alvaro Yaques 2000 Kenny Nutt 1999 Ryan Walker 1998 Michael Potts 1997 Jason Forsyth SCHOOLS / 1996 Maurizio Conforti 1995 Paul English ÉCOLES 1994 Pat Onstad 1993 Eric Puig Joe Johnson Memorial 1992 Tom Kim Trophy (U-Sports Outstand1991 Dana Peoples ing Player of the Year) / 1989 Mike Mosher Trophée commémoratif 1988 Coz Zambazis Joe-Johnson (Joueur de 1987 Scott Sieben l’année U-Sports) 1986 Alec Percy

Gunn Baldursson Memorial Award (MVP of the U Sports Women’s Soccer Championship) / Prix commémoratif GunnBaldursson (Joueuse par excellence du championnat U Sports) 2016 Joëlle Gosselin 2015 Jasmin Dhanda 2014 Joëlle Gosselin 2013 Vanessa Kovacs 2012 Jennifer Castillo 2011 Chantel Marson 2010 Kelsey Tikka 2009 Tessa Meyer 2008 Daniela Gerig 2007 Kylie Snow 2006 Amy Bobb 2005 Carey Gustafson 2004 Danielle Day 2003 Rosalyn Hicks 2002 Sarah Ragan 2001 Aishatu Alfa 2000 Claire Martin 1999 Stef Finateri 1998 Stephanie O’Neil 1997 Heather Murray 1996 Danielle Vella 1995 Camilla Vejvalka 1994 Carla Perry

MVP of the CCAA Men’s Soccer Championship / Joueur par excellence du championnat ACSC 2016 Marco Nunes 2015 Eugenio Garro 2014 Daniel Voci 2013 Marco Nunes 2012 Eugenio Garro 2011 Montgomery Haines 2010 Robbie Cochrane 2009 Mahmoud Mirsedeghi 2008 Milad Rahmati 2007 Louis-Charles Laliberte 2006 Loui Legakis 2005 Casey Wilson 2004 Chris Kooy 2003 Tino Cucca 2002 Claudio Venegas 2001 Andres Arango 2000 David Griffith 1999 David Griffith 1998 Paul Bateman 1997 Jamie Cummings 1996 David Morris 1995 Phil Caporella 1994 Rob Laurie 1993 Jason Levitt 1992 David Black 1991 Tony Mobilio 1990 Mike Dodd

CCAA Player of the Year / Joueur de l’année ACSC 2016 Marco Nunes 2015 Nico Pasquotti 2014 Stephane Emard 2013 Justin Wallace 2012 Montgomery Haines 2011 Charles Arsenault 2010 Reynold Stewart 2009 Andrew DaSilva 2008 Will Beauge 2007 Corey Birza 2006 Cameron Wilson 2005 Waldemar Dutra 2004 Matthew Fegan 2003 Parmender Dhillon 2002 Kadian Lecky 2001 Eric Cesari 2000 John Sozio 1999 David Griffith 1998 Kwame Telemaque 1997 Luigi Della Rovere 1996 Chris Stathopoulos

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HALL of FAME

1993 Tammy Crawford 1992 Nancy Ferguson 1991 Lydia Vamos 1990 Alison Tuton 1989 Janine Helland

HONOURS

Canada Games Top Scorer / Meilleur buteur des Jeux du Canada 2013 Ajeej Sarkaria 2009 Matt Stinson

Chantal Navert Trophy (USports Outstanding Player of the Year) / Trophée commémoratif ChantalNavert (Joueuse de l’année U-Sports) 2016 Arielle Roy-Petitclerc 2015 Nour Ghoneim 2014 Jessica King 2013 Marie-Ève Jacques 2012 Gillian Baggott 2011 Alyssa Lagonia 2010 Véronique Laverdière 2009 Renee MacLellan 2008 Stefania Morra 2007 Francine Brousseau 2006 Elish McConville 2005 Amy Connolly 2004 Danielle Day 2003 Eva Havaris, and Sarah Regan 2002 Sarah Drake 2001 Eva Melamed 2000 Noel Trepanier 1999 Raelenne Dunne 1998 Sarah Joly 1997 Odile Desbois 1996 Marie-Claude Dion 1995 Cigi Cigini

NATIONAL

Canada Games Top Player / Joueur par excellence des Jeux du Canada 2013 Charles Joly 2009 Matt Stinson

2016 Jonathan Lao 2015 Cam Hundal 2014 Justin Maheu 2013 Alex Braletic 2012 Samuel Georget 2011 Joe Murphy 2010 Julien Priol 2009 Paul Hamilton 2008 Francesco Bruno 2007 Nick Perugini 2006 Mike Bialy 2005 Ryan Anstey 2004 Boubacar Coulibay 2003 Mesut Mert 2002 Aaron Richer 2001 Mesut Mert 2000 Michael Potts 1999 Michael Potts 1998 Glen Miller 1997 Theo Zagar 1996 Paul English 1995 Jocelyn Roy 1994 David McDonald 1993 Keith Hearne 1992 Dana Peoples 1991 Rob Reed

INTERNATIONAL

Top Scorer of the Canadian Soccer League (1987-1992) / Meilleur buteur de la Ligue canadien de soccer (1987-1992) 1992 Eddy Berdusco 1991 Domenic Mobilio 1990 John Catliff 1989 Ted Eck 1988 John Catliff 1987 Nick Gilbert

CANADA SOCCER

PROVINCES


PROVINCES 1989 Peter Jedryk 1988 Rob Reed 1987 Brian Daniels CCAA Player of the Year / Joueuse de l’année ACSC 2016 Kassy Jajczay 2015 Evelyne Viens 2014 Kayla Michaels 2013 Leanne Kadatz 2012 Audrey Lagarde 2011 Keyla Moreno 2010 Alexa Kennedy 2009 Loren Lidin 2008 Ashley Dixon 2007 Katie Szeghalmi 2006 Rachael Pelat 2005 Andrea Wigman 2004 Diana Cochrane 2003 Laura Dixon 2002 Marie-Andrée Canuel 2001 Sarah Regan 2000 Joanna Vitale 1999 Cindy Walsh 1998 Kathleen Marshall 1997 Carla Tait 1996 Michelle Artuso MVP of the CCAA Women’s Soccer Championship / Joueuse par excellence du championnat ACSC 2016 Dominique Fortin 2015 Marie-Mychèle Métivier 2014 Evelyne Viens 2013 Erika Vecchio 2012 J-A Nantel-Legault 2011 K. Bérubé-Garneau 2010 Léa Chastenay-Joseph 2009 Alesha Weicker 2008 Nicole Stewart 2007 Catherine Emond 2006 Nicole Stewart 2005 Kristen Zoller 2004 Gabrielle Marchand 2003 Caroline Vaillancourt 2002 Serena Kerekes 2001 Laura Consolante 2000 Alisah McPhee 1999 Bre-Ann Mailloux 1998 Diana Artuso 1997 Sophie Labrom 1996 Diana Artuso 1995 Michelle Artuso 1994 Nicole Peterson 1993 Donna Teichgrab 1992 Tamara Durante 1991 Suzanne Zilkowski

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BRITISH COLUMBIA President’s Award / Prix du Président 2015-16 Burnaby DYSA 2014-15 Fraser Valley YSA 2013-14 Prince George YSA 2012-13 Lower Island SA 2011-12 Pitt Meadows SC 2010-11 Deryck Cowling 2009-10 Richmond SC 2008-09 Ron Joseph 2007 Richmond YSA 2006 South Okanagan 2005 Shawinigan Lake BC Soccer Adult Player of the Year / Joueur adulte de l’année 2015-16 Patrick Nelson 2014-15 Rob Fadden 2013-14 Alex Marrello 2012-13 Paul Shepherd 2011-12 Rachael Pelat 2010-11 Mark Cristante 2009-10 Paul Dailly 2008-09 Robbie Veenhof 2007 Joe Scigliano 2007 Sophie Schmidt 2006 Christine Sinclair 2005 Johnny Sulentic 2004 Josh Simpson 2003 Brittany Baxter 2002 Gary Smith 2001 Michelle Gademans 2000 Phoebe Trotman 1999 Simon Heald BC Soccer Youth Player of the Year / Jeune joueur de l’année 2015-16 Ashley Cathro 2014-15 Emma Regan 2013-14 Liam Stanley 2012-13 Emma Fletcher 2011-12 Jasmin Dhanda 2010-11 Daniel Stanese 2009-10 Nicole Setterlund 2008-09 Derrick Bassi 2007 Sahil Sandhu 2007 Monica Lam-Feist 2006 Marcus Haber 2005 Sophie Schmidt 2004 Jodi-Ann Robinson 2003 Tyler Rosenlund 2002 Brittany Baxter 2001 Spencer Schmidt

2000 Christine Sinclair 1999 Christine Sinclair BC Soccer Woman of Distinction / Prix de la femme de mérite 2015-16 Susan Dhillon 2014-15 Michelle Pye BC Soccer Clarkes Fair Play / Prix du Fair-play Clarkes 2015-06 MWSL Ravens 2014-15 Anton Boegman 2014-15 David DesBrisay 2013-14 Salt Spring m15 BC Soccer Administrator Award / Administrateur de l’année 2015-16 Keith Smith 2013-14 Vince Greco 2011-12 Courtney Bardonner 2010-11 Bill Murphy 2009-10 David Wood 2008-09 Noel Estacio 2007 Martin Foden 2006 Roy Mitchell 2005 Ruben Tremarco BC Soccer Adult Coach of the Year / Entraîneur adulte de l’année 2015-16 Russel Huggon 2014-15 Paul Dailly 2013-14 Joe Marrello 2012-13 Niall Thompson 2011-12 Jeff Clarke 2010-11 Mike Mosher 2009-10 David Fiorvento 2008-09 Julius Karpati 2007 Meralomas coaches 2007 Carmine d’Onofrio 2006 Renzo Pierotti Brian Wevers 2005 Al Anderson 2003 Martin Foden BC Soccer Youth Coach of the Year / Entraîneur jeunesse de l’année 2015-16 Spiro Pegios 2014-15 Bill Merriman 2013-14 Les Krivak 2012-13 Frank McCann 2011-12 Nick Pontis & Laurence Ricou 2010-11 Kingsley Jones 2009-10 George Dotto 2008-09 Spiro Pegio 2007 Iain Flannagan

2007 Bill Redpath 2006 Orlando Mauro 2005 Giulio Bonifacio BC Soccer Adult Official of the Year / Officiel adulte de l’année 2015-16 Nathan Bird 2014-15 Andy Pinter 2013-14 Colin Lawrence 2012-13 Kyle Williams 2011-12 Rubinco Smilev 2010-11 Kevin Duliba 2009-10 Michelle Pye 2008-09 Michelle Pye 2007 Candace Brown 2007 Mauricio Navarro 2006 Robin Woods 2005 Michelle Pye 2003 Paul Ward 2002 Jill Proctor 2001 Kevin Duliba 2000 Martin Reid 1999 Paul Ward BC Soccer Youth Official of the Year / Officiel jeunesse de l’année 2015-16 Kelsey Carrothers 2013-14 Gareth Crisp 2012-13 Cameron Olive 2011-12 Thomas Davies 2010-11 S. Lebrechthausen 2009-10 Evan Fryer 2008-09 Matthew Wynne 2007 Kevin Parsons 2007 Alaina Spencer 2006 Natasha Smith 2005 Randy Giles BC Soccer A.C. Sanford Award / Prix A.C. Sanford 2015-16 Jackie Larson 2014-15 Leeta Sokalski 2013-14 Tim Satterford 2012-13 Les Sinnott 2011-12 William Azzi 2010-11 Laurel Pokoyski 2009-10 Roy Nosella 2008-09 Joe Jhutty 2007 Thomas Reakes 2006 Robert Allen 2005 Rino Orsato 1999 Les Wilson 1993 Dave Fryatt BC Soccer Award of Merit / Prix de mérite 2015-16 Terry Hughes 2015-16 Sean Arbour 2015-16 Norm Bradford


Alberta Soccer Award of Excellence / Prix d’Excellence 2016 Stephanie Labbé 2012 Erin McLeod Alberta Soccer Bert Goldberger Technical Leader Award / Prix de leader technique Bert-Goldberger 2016 Paul Schultz 2015 Jorge Rodriguez 2014 Graham Wood 2013 Sean Fleming 2012 Ian Payne Alberta Soccer Woman of Distinction Award / Prix de la femme de mérite 2016 Mary Jo Spence 2015 Melody Martyn 2014 Sheena Dickson 2013 Lyndsay Stewart Alberta Soccer Golden Shoe / Soulier d’or 2016 Edmonton Scottish (M) 2016 Edmonton Inter w18 2016 Edmo. Juventus m16 2016 Calgary Foothills w14 2015 Edmonton Victoria (F) 2015 Calgary Foothills w14 2014 Victoria Masters (M) 2014 Edmonton Strikers w18 2013 Calgary SWU Premiers 2013 Edmonton Victoria (F) 2012 Edmonton Scottish (M) 2012 Edmonton Inter m14 2011 Calgary Spirits Classic

Alberta Soccer Golden Whistle Award / Prix du Sifflet d’or 2016 John Hayes 2015 Lorne Soles 2014 Rodney Slade 2013 David McDonald 2012 Ann Blackwood 2011 Dave Stasiak 2009 Jens Westergaard 2008 Sal Romano 2006 Shaun Hammond 2005 Dave Tongs 2004 Mike Seifert 2003 Keirnan McGarrigle 2002 Vladimir Bado 2001 Hugh McFadzean 2000 Merle Klumph 1999 Doug Bewick 1998 Brian Skelly 1997 Herb Sledl 1996 Dan McLean 1995 Gerry Sheilan 1994 Derek Douglas 1993 George Thompson

HALL of FAME

Alberta Soccer President’s Award / Prix du Président 2015 Pearl Doupe 2013 Randy Shalagan 2012 Henry Szewchuk 2011 Rick Haxby 2009 Billy Dunlop 2008 Colin Innes 2007 Jim Fleming 2006 Ian Paterson 2005 Mike Traficante 2004 Fred Kern 2003 Joe Petrone 2001 Karl Weidle 2000 Gary Sampley 1999 Sam Donaghey 1998 Adrian Newman

HONOURS

BC Soccer Life Member / Membre à vie de BC Soccer 2015-16 Roger Barnes 2014-15 John Nielsen 2013-14 Werner Winsemann 2012-13 William Azzi 2012-13 Bob Sawtell 2012-13 Les Sinnott 2012-13 Steven Reed 2012-13 Victor Montagliani 2011-12 Robin Woods 2011-12 Mike Gilmore 2010-11 Roy Nosella 2009-10 Roy Mitchell 2009-10 Deb Anglos 2009-10 Jim Richardson 2008 Alan Churchard 2007 Robert Allen 2007 Roy Branco 2007 Ken MacKenzie 2005 Len Bridgeman 2004 Neil Ellett 2003 Larry Diehl 2002 Ken Fowler 2001 George Smith 2000 Rob Brown 1999 Leeta Sokalski 1993 Martin Lee 1992 Maybelle Mansfield 1991 Moira Barneston 1991 Ron Batch 1991 Clive Hughes 1991 Arthur Shaw 1990 Doug Day 1990 Agnus MacSween 1989 Les Hibbert 1989 Deryl Hughes 1988 George Graveson 1988 Jimmy Spencer 1986 Morrie Rentmeester 1984 Ken Lind 1980 Dave Fryatt 1977 Fred Jopson 1975 Alex Turkington 1975 Ed Drummond 1968 Alex Kemp 1968 Janet Tyrell 1965 Russ Bagan 1964 Alex Murray 1953 Frank Ashdown

ALBERTA

2010 Victoria Masters (M) 2009 Edmo. Juventus m14 2009 Calg. Foothills w18 2009 Calg. Foothills m18 2009 Edmonton Victoria (F) 2008 Calgary Callies (M) 2005 Edmonton Victoria (F) 2004 Edmonton Victoria (F) 2003 Calgary Callies (M) 2003 Sherwood Park w16 2002 Edmonton Victoria (F) 2001 Calgary Blizzard w18 2000 Edmo. Internazionale B 2000 Edmonton Angels (F) 1999 Calgary Celtic (M) 1999 Edmonton Angels (F) 1998 Calgary Celtic (F) 1997 Calgary Celtic (M) 1997 Ital-Canadian (M) 1996 Edmonton Inter w19 1995 Edmonton Angels (F) 1994 Ital-Canadian (M) 1993 Lethbridge Chargers (F) 1992 Edmonton Scottish (M) 1991 Medicine Hat (F) 1990 Lethbridge Chargers (F) 1989 St. Albert Cougars (M) 1988 Edmonton Angels (F) 1987 St. Albert Flyers w14

NATIONAL

2006 Reg Haggard 2006 Keith Smith 2006 Ruben Tremarco 2005 Chris Costley 2005 Ian Hughes 2005 John Derksen 2005 Bill Gillespie 2005 Brian McIntosh 2005 Deryck Cowling

Alberta Soccer Silver Badge / Prix de l’insigne 2015 Kurtis Nozack 2014 Bradley Tannahill 2013 Colin Tittle

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INTERNATIONAL

2015-16 Joe Ciresi 2015-16 Bill Ede 2015-16 Richard Fast 2015-16 Pat Harkness 2014-15 Moreno Stefani 2014-15 Dick Fryatt 2014-15 John Barrett 2014-15 Bob Nex 2014-15 Todd Hawton 2014-15 Willow Hartig 2014-15 John Leier 2014-15 Andrea Laycock 2013-14 Dino Anastopulos 2013-14 Will Peacock 2013-14 Adriano Sumberac 2013-14 Elvio Chies 2013-14 Laurie Robertson 2013-14 Paul West 2013-14 Joan Czotter 2012-13 Tracy David 2012-13 Janet Bisson 2012-13 Darrin McLeod 2012-13 Brian Davis 2012-13 Geoff Catliff 2012-13 Henry Paterson 2012-13 Jim Matheson 2012-13 Peter Shrimpton 2011-12 Ian Williams 2011-12 Craig Nichols 2011-12 Doug Ross 2011-12 Brian McIntosh 2011-12 Peter Rolfe 2011-12 Beth Arnold 2011-12 Leanna Logan 2011-12 Mairia Lennox 2011-12 Donna Dancey 2011-12 Pete Skinner 2010-11 Valerie Jacobsen 2010-11 Vern Flannery 2010-11 David Joseph 2010-11 Kevin James 2010-11 Carlos Grosso 2009-10 Bruce Erikson 2008-09 Cees van Delfft 2008-09 Chris Paige 2008-09 Don Mangano 2008-09 Jan Cox 2007 Richard Howes 2007 Jack Stephens 2007 Daren Sears 2007 Kristy Ames 2007 Divine Fisher 2007 Joe Yukawa 2007 Ron Thompson 2007 William Johnstone 2007 Douglas Newstead 2006 Jane Blair 2006 Sue Baxter 2006 Mike Cochrane 2006 Willie Dye 2006 Tim Duncan

CANADA SOCCER

PROVINCES


PROVINCES Alberta Soccer Physical Literacy Coach of the Year / Entraîneur de l’année en compétences physiques 2015 Wayne Cleverly 2014 Shauna Dowson 2013 Andrew Fleming Alberta Soccer Award of Merit / Prix de mérite 2016 Janusz Dobrowolski 2015 George Al-Haddad 2015 Peter Cade 2015 Terry Boase 2015 Alan Johnston 2014 Cliff Maddock 2014 Marcus Karpati 2013 Kaitlyn Lomsnes 2013 Angus Smith 2013 David Onderwater 2012 Scott Clarke 2012 Ranee Premji 2012 Mark Piekarczyk 2012 Kevin Scullion 2012 Calgary Blizzard 2011 Lindsey Denies 2011 Michelle Williamson 2011 Rebecca Chin 2011 Lindsay Boland 2011 Richard Li 2009 Dave Thiele 2009 Pam Newton 2009 Wendy Lamb 2009 Erin Findlay 2009 Michelle McMorran 2008 Rob Savard 2005 Peter Moonel 2005 Joanne Mazurkewicz 2005 Tom Knott 2004 Vic Michaelchuck 2004 Ken Louden 2004 Bob Anderson 2004 Marve Lee 2003 Gord Rodway 2003 Jim McGovern 2003 Brent Thorburn 2002 John Gill 2002 Pat Sweeney 2001 Lori Gilberston 2001 Bill Malone 2001 Roger Chalk 2000 Robert Stasnlak 2000 Danny Lo 2000 Miromo Longo 2000 Stuart Brown 1999 Bill Earle 1999 Erroll Smith 1998 Bob Allan 1998 Sam Hyslop 1998 Hannah Black 1998 Myria Thompson

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1998 Luke Wyna 1997 George Brady 1997 Peter Comer 1997 Nancy Thorburn 1997 Colleen Burrows 1996 Karl Weidle 1996 Pat Berry 1996 Les Duxbury 1995 Dick Parsons 1995 Diane Indzeoski 1995 Lou Travaglia 1994 Tim Doran 1994 Gord Franson 1994 Steve Cunningham Alberta Soccer Shield of Merit / Bouclier de mérite 2016 Daryl Leinweber 2015 Barrie White 2014 Manuel Narciso 2013 Eric Mahabir 2012 Hamish Black 2011 Don Stoesz 2009 Ron Pierce 2008 Ivan Magdee 2007 Bill Malone 2006 Bob Allan 2005 Pearl Doupe 2004 Herman Kochan 2003 Terry Broker 2002 Garth Lubkey 2001 Michele Hepburn 2000 Murray Orvia 1999 Nancy Thorburn 1998 Marlo Molinari 1997 Terry Bielecki 1996 Tim Doran 1995 Milan Bartosz 1994 Roger Stringer 1993 Iris & Jens Westergaard 1992 Dieter Knobloch 1991 Mike Traficante 1990 Julie Hein 1989 Kahan Virk 1988 Bill Wyna 1987 Bernie Forde 1986 Hermann Kramer 1985 Colleen Chapman 1984 Maureen Bender 1983 Doug Redding Alberta Soccer District Award of Merit / Prix de mérite de district 2014 Kaitlyn Lomsnes 2014 David Onderwater 2014 Angus Smith Alberta Soccer Fellowship Award / Bourse 1997 Derek Douglas

Alberta Soccer Lifetime Achievement Award / Prix de réalisations de toute une vie 2008 Fred Kern Alberta Soccer Special Recognition Award / Prix de reconnaissance spéciale 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup 2005 Greg Little 2004 Daryl Leinweber 2004 Alan Bolestead 2003 Jim Fleming 2003 Mario Charpentier 1998 Peter McKenzie 1997 Gary Sampley 1997 Adrian Newman 1997 Diane Indzeoski Alberta Soccer Fair Play Award / Prix du fair-play 2009 Edmonton Victoria (M) 2008 Calgary Spirit Classics 2005 Elbow Valley m14 2004 Edmonton Victoria m18 2003 Sherwood Park w16 2002 Edmo. Angels Classic 2001 Calgary Blizzard w14 2000 Edmonton Inter m17 1999 Calg. International m17 1998 Edmonton Inter m15 1997 St. Albert Panthers w19 1996 Calgary Dinos (F) 1995 Edmonton Inter w17 1994 Sherwood Park w19 1993 Edmonton SWU (F) 1992 Calgary Celtics w14 1991 Sherwood Park w18 Alberta Soccer Life Member / Membre à vie 2016 Derek Douglas 2016 Joanne Mazurkewich 2015 Nancy Thorburn 2015 Brent Thorburn 2014 Gary Sampley 2012 Bill Malone 2009 Sean Kiernan 2008 Mike Traficante 2005 Peter McKenzie 2004 Pier Siccardi 1999 Adrian Newman 1998 Julie Hein 1997 Bert Goldberger 1994 Doug Redding 1993 Bill Gilhespy 1989 Harry Skidmore 1987 Jim Fleming 1984 Jack Taylor

1982 Peter Hancock 1976 Hugh Baker 1974 Jack Butler 1970 Frank Miles 1969 Bill Griffiths 1969 Martin Collingwood 1968 Sam Donaghey 1960s Charles Smail 1960s O. Tinnell 1960s T. Connelly 1960s Col. N. Dingle 1960s J. King 1960s John Dolan 1960s J. McKee

SASKATCHEWAN Saskatchewan Soccer President’s Award / Prix du Président 2015 Alfredo Bermudez Saskatchewan Soccer Male Player of the Year / Joueur sénior de l’année 2015 Garrett Peters 2014 Jordian Farahani 2013 Brett Levis 2012 Brett Levis 2011 Mark Korthius 2010 Josh Northey 2009 Mark Korthius 2008 Josh Northey 2007 Kevin Krause 2006 Stephen Krieg 2005 Benno Looft 2003 Jordan Schidlowsky 2002 Kent Kowalski 2001 Ryan McAllister 2000 Gary Entwistle 1999 Shae O’Hare 1998 Rob Breit 1997 Javier Jimenez 1996 Emilio Godoy 1995 Michael Batalha 1994 Ken Fiisel 1993 Kevin Holness Saskatchewan Soccer Female Player of the Year / Joueuse sénior de l’année 2015 Meagan Manson 2014 Jenelle Zapski 2013 Meagan Cormier 2012 Kelly Parker 2012 Kaylyn Kyle 2011 Kaylyn Kyle 2010 Kaylyn Kyle


Saskatchewan Soccer Youth Female Player of the Year / Jeune joueuse de l’année 2015 Sarah Ochitwa 2014 Sarah Ochitwa 2013 Sydney Langen 2012 Eric Hindmarsh 2011 Jessica Bradford 2010 Carmen Gorlick 2009 Megan Schenher 2008 Courtney Hilkewich 2007 Elizabeth Hudon 2006 Kaylyn Kyle 2005 Kaylyn Kyle 2004 Kaylyn Kyle 2003 Brandy Walker 2002 Brittany Buchanan 2001 Jillian Carruthers

Saskatchewan Soccer Youth Coach of the Year / Entraîneur jeunesse de l’année 2015 Edmund Mupondwa 2014 Astrid Baecker 2013 Dwayne Head 2012 Blair Hindmarsh 2011 Blair Hindmarsh 2010 Scott Redl 2009 Phil Rapin 2008 Dale McFee 2007 Mark Dupperon 2006 Kevin Holness 2005 Kevin Wagner 2004 Mark Lord 2003 Jeff Garfinkel 2002 Gladwin Henry 2001 Brett Mario 2000 Steve Murrell 1999 Klaas Post 1998 Dave Edwards 1997 Bill Hendren 1996 Dennis Read 1995 Amanda Trenchard 1994 Dennis Duckerin 1993 Eugene Seckler Saskatchewan Soccer

Saskatchewan Soccer Team of the Year / Équipe de l’année 2004 Hollandia Gremio m18 2003 ACFC Arsenal m14 2002 Eastside Extreme w18 2001 Inter-Regina 2000 Saskatoon Arsenal (M) 1999 Inter-Regina m17 Saskatchewan Soccer Senior Team of the Year / Équipe sénior de l’année 2015 U. Saskatchewan (F) 2014 U. Saskatchewan (M) 2013 U. Saskatchewan (M) 2012 Hollandia Impact (F) 2011 Huskie United SA (M) 2010 U. Saskatchewan (M) 2009 WMG Prairie Canucks 2008 Yorkton United FC 2007 Yorkton United Impact 2006 Saskatoon Eclipse 2005 Saskatoon Arsenal Saskatchewan Soccer Youth Team of the Year / Équipe jeunesse de l’année 2015 Lakewood Atletico m14 2014 NAIG m18 2013 QCT United w16 2012 Eastside Vortex w18 2011 Aurora Concordes w14 2010 Aurora Diablo 2009 Aurora Elite m16

Saskatchewan Soccer David Newsham Outstanding Volunteer Award / Prix de bénévole remarquable David-Newsham 2015 Don Findlay 2014 Jeannette Kuc 2013 David Jenkins 2012 Huw Morris 2011 Brett Mario 2010 Rob Newman 2009 John Leyshon 2008 Bruce Cowan 2007 Esther Dupperon 2006 Jim Nicholson 2005 Bob Rohachuk 2004 Percy Hoff 2003 Dale Perry 2002 Bob Maltman 2001 Al Day 2000 Tom Wieclawski 1999 David Jenkins 1998 Ed Horn 1997 Andy Sharpe 1996 Ken Billows 1995 David Herbert 1994 Paul Caves 1993 Klaas Post 1992 Ross Wilson 1990 Bill Kerr 1989 Hank Koopman 1988 Raymond Jones 1987 Cedric Gillott 1986 Doug Knott 1985 Henk Ruys Saskatchewan Soccer Grassroots Player of the Year / Joueur local de l’année 2015 Kendra Varjassy

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HALL of FAME

2008 Prince Albert Celtic m14 2007 Hollandia w18 2006 AC Tigres m14 2005 Hollandia Gremio m14 Saskatchewan Soccer Volunteer of the Year / Bénévole de l’année 2015 Leslie Blyth 2014 Norman Ursulan 2013 Eldon Bassett 2012 E. Halyk & N. Ursulan 2011 Lorelee Marin 2010 Scott Benning 2009 Dena Clark 2008 Blair Kardash 2007 Kathy Chisholm 2006 John Myrah 2005 Steve Boodram 2004 Huw Morris

HONOURS

Saskatchewan Soccer Senior Coach of the Year / Entraîneur sénior de l’année 2015 J. Barandica-Hamilton 2014 Bryce Chapman 2013 Bryce Chapman 2012 Bob Maltman 2011 Stewart Gillott 2010 Bryce Chapman 2009 Matt Macknack 2008 Tom Lapointe 2006 Bryce Chapman 2005 John Kwong 2002 Colin Melnyk 2001 Jovo Radovic 2000 Peter Reichert 1999 Sam Martin 1997 Jose Godoy 1996 Janet Lindsay 1995 Sherri Millham 1994 Percy Hoff 1993 Huw Morris

Referee of the Year / Arbitre de l’année 2015 Chris Coxon 2014 Chantal Boudreau 2013 Chantal Boudreau 2012 Chantal Boudreau 2011 Steve Pollock 2010 Justin Slinn 2009 Chad Salisbury 2008 Steve Pollock 2007 Christine Hoff 2006 Brayden Husdal 2005 Gord Quinlan 2004 Len Chelack 2003 Amanda Trenchard 2002 Joe Kenward 2001 Steve Pollock 2000 Dimitrios Markatos 1999 Hans Peter Stenig 1998 Hung Duong 1997 Danny Pasulyko 1996 Kerri Slinn 1995 Manrique Medrano 1994 Marvin Melnyk 1993 Grant Cubbon

NATIONAL

Saskatchewan Soccer Youth Male Player of the Year / Jeune joueur de l’année 2015 Kelly Lowry 2014 Gabriel Milo 2013 Ty Werbicki 2012 Ty Werbicki 2011 Jordan Kraft 2010 Tyler Redl 2009 Mitchell Bauche 2008 Brett Levis 2007 David Brown 2006 J.D. Blakley 2005 Kerr McLeod 2004 Simon Kluge 2003 Cale Griifth 2002 Kerr McLeod 2001 Brett Bachelu 2000 Keegan Thomas 1999 Travis Meyer 1997 Elliot Pally 1996 Matthew Mitchell 1995 Tino Fusco 1994 Tim Schultes 1993 Caesar Tapia

2000 Amy Vermeulen 1999 Andrea Sametz 1998 Kelly Parker 1997 Holly Lorman 1996 Rikki Kreutzwieser 1995 Jacqueline Lavallee 1994 Nicki Pasterfield 1993 Janine Lavoie

INTERNATIONAL

2009 Jenine Stangier 2008 Amy Vermeulen 2007 Kailee Marland 2005 Jenine Stangier 2004 Amber Vermeulen 2002 Amy Vermeulen 2001 Amy Vermeulen 2000 Jenine Stangier 1998 Erin Hammet 1997 Jaclyn Meshke 1996 Lara Guzik 1995 Becky Maranda 1994 Michelle Wilson 1993 Samantha Simpson

CANADA SOCCER

PROVINCES


PROVINCES 2014 Kyra Ives 2013 Rita Fetsch 2012 Kritzner & Hammerton 2011 Sydney Diemert Saskatchewan Soccer Grassroots Coach of the Year / Entraîneur local de l’année 2015 Shelley Krahenbil 2014 Michael Gramiak 2013 Astrid Baecker 2012 Dale Perry 2011 Andy Wyat Saskatchewan Soccer Grassroots Referee of the Year / Arbitre local de l’année 2015 Zach Wagner 2014 Thomas McIntosh 2013 Richard Kent 2012 Mario Boudreau 2011 Chantal Boudreau Saskatchewan Soccer Grassroots Team of the Year / Équipe locale de l’année 2015 Battleford Santos m16 2014 Melfort Inter m14 2013 UCT Mustangs 97 2012 Swift Current m16 2011 Lakewood Storm w12 Saskatchewan Soccer Life Member / Membre à vie de Saskatchewan Soccer 2016 James Huber 2015 Don Story 2014 Huw Morris 2013 Jeannette Kuc 2012 Rob Newman 2011 Dale Perry 2011 Bob Rohachuk 2011 John Leyshon 2011 Cedric Gillott 2011 Dave Herbert 2011 Raymond Jones 2011 Bill Kerr 2011 Ed Horn 2011 Percy Hoff 2011 Klaas Post 2011 Bob Maltman 2011 Bruce Cowan 2007 Jim Nicholson 2007 Esther Dupperon S.W. Magill Al Day Henk Koopman Allen Bibby

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MANITOBA Manitoba Soccer President’s Award / Prix du Président 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup local volunteers & staff 2013 Dick Derrett 2012 Pat Roe 2011 Fred Van Dongen 2010 Ted Hotchkiss 2009 George Ifandis 2008 Amy Harrison Manitoba Soccer Frank Capasso Award of Merit (Senior Male Player) / Prix de mérite Frank-Capasso (Joueur sénior masculin) 2015 Matt Appler 2014 Andry Giesbrecht 2013 Tyson Farago 2012 Andrew Patton 2011 Ivan Garcia 2010 Andrew Aitken 2009 Billy Econmou 2008 Jordan Goetting 2007 Tony Nocita 2006 Venni Sartor 2005 Marcello Paolucci 2004 Damian Rocke 2003 Desi Clarke 2002 Steve Sawatsky Manitoba Soccer Christine O’Connor Award of Merit (Senior Female Player) / Prix de mérite ChristineO’Connor (Joueuse sénior féminin) 2015 Anisha Kinnarath 2014 Kari Hermann 2013 Caley Miskimmin 2012 Desiree Scott 2011 Aisha Alfa 2010 Jillian Rocke 2009 Desiree Scott 2008 Karli Colpitts 2007 Jenny Dronzek 2006 Angie Adams 2005 Karen Beck

2004 Adair Knock 2003 Sue Zuk Boyer 2002 Tracey Peltz Manitoba Soccer Harry Harwood Award of Merit (Youth Male Player) / Prix de mérite Harry-Harwood (Joueur junior masculin) 2015 Tobias Kruger 2014 Julian Avila 2013 Alic Rasmussen 2012 Stephan Melo 2011 Mackenzie Neufeld 2010 Dylan Carreiro 2009 Ezequiel Lubocki 2008 Pablo Urbina

2010 Bill Clark 2009 Larry Eloy 2008 John Dela Cruz 2007 Chris Golden 2006 Thom Lamont 2005 William Laidlaw 2004 Dick Derrett 2003 Richard Geseron 2002 Héctor Vergara

Manitoba Soccer Frank Major Award of Merit (Official) / Prix de mérite Frank-Major (Officiel) 2015 Ricardo Rodriguez 2014 Jurgen Titzer 2013 Lisa Sansregret 2012 Mario Perrino Manitoba Soccer Lorrie 2011 Peter Manastyrsky Thompson Award of Merit 2010 Bill Clark (Youth Female Player) / Prix 2009 Larry Eloy de mérite Lorrie-Thompson 2008 John Dela Cruz (Joueuse junior féminin) 2007 Chris Golden 2015 Madison Fordyce 2006 Thom Lamont 2014 Kennedy Kidd 2005 William Laidlaw 2013 Amanda Wong 2004 Dick Derrett 2012 Ashley Adams 2003 Richard Geseron 2011 Laura Carroll 2002 Héctor Vergara 2010 Neena Young 2009 Alison Clarke Manitoba Soccer Special 2008 Stephanie Scharf Achievement Award / Prix de réalisation spéciale Manitoba Soccer Dave 2015 Ali Musse Zacharias Award of Merit 2014 FC Northwest m18 (Coach) / Prix de mérite Dave-Zacharias (EntraîManitoba Soccer Ralph neur) Cantafio Award of Merit 2015 Tony Mazza (Volunteer) / Prix de mérite 2014 Martino Vergata Ralph-Cantafio (Bénévole) 2013 Tony Nocita 2015 Kathy Podgurny 2012 Jim Zinko 2014 Bryan Mintenko 2011 James Silva 2013 Keith Driedger 2010 Al Johnson 2012 Michelle Bacik 2009 Kostas Vailas 2011 Norman Anderson 2008 Dave Ladobruk 2010 Eleanor Farrant 2007 Pedro Daza 2009 Brian McLeish 2006 George Rakic 2008 Brent Boulter 2005 Chris Lewis 2007 Roland Gibson 2004 Kevin MacKay 2006 Lynda McLeish 2003 Doug Leeies 2005 Pat Roe 2002 Chic Devenney 2004 Sean Drain 2003 Dusan Drazic Manitoba Soccer Mario 2002 John Stornel Perrino Award of Merit (Referee) / Prix de mérite Manitoba Soccer Victor Mario-Perrino (Arbitre) Batzel Award of Merit 2015 Ricardo Rodriguez (Volunteer) / Prix de mérite 2014 Jurgen Titzer Victor-Batzel (Bénévole) 2013 Lisa Sansregret 2015 Ronald Dueck 2012 Mario Perrino 2014 Mark Potter 2011 Peter Manastyrsky 2013 Riccardo De Thomasis


Manitoba Soccer Life Member / Membre à vie 2015 Pat Roe 2012 Lynda McLeish 2011 Walter McKee 2010 Ted Hotchkiss 2005 Valerie Rudge 2005 Paul Rudge 2002 Ralph Cantafio 2002 Dr. Fred Stambrook 2002 Frank Major 2002 Dave Zacharias 2002 Mario Perrino 2002 Frank Capasso 2002 Christine O’Connor 2002 Victor Batzel

ONTARIO Ontario Soccer President’s Award / Prix du Président 2012 Dan Berger

Ontario Soccer Meritorious Service Club Award / Prix de club - service méritoire 2015 Mount Hamilton YSC 2015 Hamilton Sparta SC 2015 Oshawa NASC 2014 Ajax United SC 2014 Thunder Bay SC (F) 2013 St. Catharines Jets (F) 2012 Uxbridge SC Ontario Soccer Life

QUÉBEC FSQ Joueur « professionnel par excellence » / Male Professional Player of Excellence 2016 Patrice Bernier 2015 Olivier Occean 2014 Patrice Bernier 2013 Patrice Bernier 2012 Patrice Bernier 2011 Patrice Bernier 2010 Ali Gerba 2009 Ali Gerba 2008 Ali Gerba 2007 Patrice Bernier 2006 Gabriel Gervais 2005 Patrice Bernier 2004 Gabriel Gervais FSQ Joueuse « professionnelle par excellence » / Female Professional Player of Excellence 2016 Josée Bélanger 2015 Josée Bélanger 2014 Marie-Eve Nault 2013 Rhian Wilkinson FSQ Joueur « senior excellence » / Male Senior Player of Excellence 2016 David Choinière

FSQ Joueuse « senior excellence » / Female Senior Player of Excellence 2016 Gabrielle Carle 2015 Valérie Sanderson 2014 Valérie Sanderson 2013 Valérie Sanderson 2012 Rhian Wilkinson 2011 Rhian Wilkinson 2010 Josée Bélanger 2009 Myriam Bouchard 2008 Rhian Wilkinson 2007 Rhian Wilkinson 2006 Caroline Vanderpool 2005 Rhian Wilkinson 2004 Amy Walsh 2003 Isabelle Morneau 2002 Isabelle Morneau 2001 Amy Walsh 2000 Amy Walsh 1999 Isabelle Harvey 1998 Isabelle Morneau 1997 Brigitte Chandonnet 1996 Marie-Claude Dion 1995 Annie Caron 1994 Luce Mongrain 1993 Luce Mongrain FSQ Joueur « juvénile excellence » / Male Junior Player of Excellence 2016 Ballou Jean-Yves Tabla 2015 Ballou Jean-Yves Tabla 2014 Ballou Jean-Yves Tabla 2013 Marco Dominguez 2012 Samuel Piette 2011 Tarik Agday 2010 Samuel Piette 2009 Karl W. Ouimette 2008 Francesco Augustin 2007 Sean Rosa 2006 Olivier Lacoste-Lebuis

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HALL of FAME

Ontario Soccer Meritorious Service Award / Prix de service méritoire 2015 Geoff Painter 2015 Greg Sampson 2015 Nadia Tomifoglia 2015 George Babiolakis 2014 Martin Aarts 2014 Bill Millar 2014 Jurgen Belle 2014 Sandy Arrowsmith 2014 Paul Gesse 2014 Colin Arsenault 2014 Patty Peebles 2014 Peter Mele 2014 Michael Di Biase 2013 Linda Blofield 2013 Billy McCallum 2013 Tony Munton 2013 Robert Munro 2013 Rick Singh 2013 Philip Moore 2013 Phil Hinchley 2013 Jim Smith 2013 John Valvasori 2013 Tom Gribilas 2013 Al McDowell 2013 Al Carrafiello 2013 Gus Katsiroumbas 2013 Jim Potter 2012 Leon Tipovski 2012 Alan P. Hosey 2012 Alex Tough 2012 Tony Atkins 2012 Graham Williams 2012 Garry Moore 1999 Joseph Agnew 1999 John Frow 1999 Angelo Magliocco 1999 Marvin Buchan

2015 Samuel Piette 2014 Charles Joly 2013 Jérémy Gagnon-Laparé 2011 Samuel Piette 2010 Francesco Augustin 2009 Reda Agourram 2008 Olivier Lacoste-Lebuis 2003 David Fronimadis 2002 Gabriel Gervais 2001 Sandro Grande 2000 Patrice Bernier 1999 Mauro Biello 1998 Mauro Biello 1997 Abraham François 1996 Chris Stathopoulos 1995 Patrice Bernier 1994 John Limniatis 1993 Alex Bunbury

HONOURS

Manitoba Soccer Archie Nunn Scholarship / Bourse Archie-Nunn 2015 Cody Baldauf

Ontario Soccer Media Award / Prix des médias 2012 Alfons Rubbens

Member / Membre à vie d’Ontario Soccer 2015 John Knox 2012 Colin Linford 1999 Les Digby 1980 Jim Ellis Tom Doyle Bill Simpson Harry Pollard George MacDonald Bert Lipsham John Henderson Casey vanMaris Lewis Edwards Edward Grenda Les Wilkinson Jack Strachan Clive Wilkinson Alan Southard Terry Kelly Bill Hoyle Lois Brewer Ian Dickson John Traganitis

NATIONAL

Manitoba Soccer Fred Stambrook Award of Merit (Volunteer) / Prix de mérite Fred-Stambrook (Bénévole) 2015 Alastair Gillespie 2014 Peter Manastyrsky Sr. 2013 Charlie Ironside 2012 Lou Guffei 2011 Sean Drain 2010 Lynda McLeish 2009 Gerald Olin 2008 Stew Duncan 2007 John Scouras 2006 Ben Kussy 2005 Walter McKee 2004 Al & Norman Cooke 2003 Ted Hotchkiss 2002 Laurie McIvor

2013 Bruce Henderson 2014 Harold Fortis 2015 Colin Jose 2016 Gerry Dobson

INTERNATIONAL

2012 Cheryl Maxwell 2011 Len Fabris 2010 Greg Nordman 2009 Alastair Gillespie 2008 Doug Leeies 2007 Gary Coleman 2006 Bob Cowie 2005 Dieter Schmidt 2004 Joe Thomassen 2003 Charlie Ironside 2002 Harry Harwood

CANADA SOCCER

PROVINCES


PROVINCES 2005 Jon. Beaulieu-Bourgault 2004 Pierre-Rudolph Mayard 2003 André Hainault 2002 Sita-Taty Matondo 2001 Nicola Perugini 2000 Jason Di Tullio 1999 David Fronimadis 1998 Patrice Bernier 1997 Vladimir Edouard 1994 Nevio Pizzolitto FSQ Joueuse « juvénile excellence » / Female Junior Player of Excellence 2016 Lysianne Proulx 2015 Gabrielle Carle 2014 Marie Levasseur 2013 Vanessa Grégoire 2012 Kylie Davis 2011 Amandine Pierre-Louis 2010 Kylie Davis 2009 Geneviève Richard 2008 Geneviève Richard 2007 Sarah Boucher 2006 Sarah Boucher 2005 Myriam Bouchard 2004 Josée Bélanger 2003 Véronique Maranda 2002 Caroline Vaillancourt 2001 Caroline Vaillancourt 2000 Katie Hodge 1999 Cindy Walsh 1998 Cindy Walsh 1997 Cindy Walsh FSQ Joueur senior élite / Male Senior Elite 2011 Michel Mana Nga 2010 Nzamba Moussavou 2009 Michel Mana Nga 2008 Hicham Aâboubou 2007 Jon. Beaulieu-Bourgault 2006 Jean-Louis Bessé 2005 André Hainault 2004 Mohamed Ridouani 2003 Daniel Dufour 2002 Jean-Louis Bessé 2001 Joe Di Buono 2000 Gustavo Echevarria 1999 Réginald Philippe 1998 Marc Mounicot FSQ Joueuse senior élite / Female Senior Elite 2011 Alex. Morin-Boucher 2010 Marie-Eve Jacques 2008 Josée Bélanger 2003 Amy Walsh 2002 Anne-Marie Lapalme 2001 Melissa Lesage 2000 Annie Hamel

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1999 Alexandra Jones 1998 G. Grand maison FSQ Joueur juvénile élite / Male Junior Elite 2011 Yacine Ait-Slimane 2010 Yacine Ait-Slimane 2009 Alessandro Riggi 2008 Karl W. Ouimette 2007 Matthew Alfonzetti 2006 Julien L- Lévesque 2005 Sean Rosa 2004 Jonathan B-Bourgault 2003 Ibrahim Baldeh 2002 Gabriel S-Gauthier 2001 Peters Eustache 2000 Olivier Occean 1999 Wyn Belotte 1998 Marc Gouron 1997 David Fronimadis 1996 Marco Zaino 1995 Richard Pierre-Gilles 1994 Vladimir Edouard 1993 Roberto Sorella FSQ Joueuse juvénile élite / Female Junior Elite 2011 Bianca St-Georges 2010 Léa Chastenay-Joseph 2009 Valérie Sanderson 2008 Sophie Thérien 2007 Amelia Pietrangelo 2006 K. Bérubé Garneau 2005 Bahar Sansar 2004 Myriam Bouchard 2003 Andréanne Gagné 2002 Josée Bélanger 2001 Josée Bélanger 2000 Helene Couture 1999 Francine Brousseau 1998 Erin Holland 1997 Marie-Eve Nault 1996 Sophie Labrom 1995 Marie-Claude Dion 1994 Isabelle Morneau 1993 Isabelle Harvey

2001 Amar Boudjenoun 2000 Andrea Dipietrantonio 1999 Marc Mounicot 1998 Italo Digiaochino 1997 Italo Digiaochino 1995 Guy Smith 1994 Valério Gazzola 1993 Valério Gazzola FSQ entraîneur élite / Coach Elite 2011 Louis-F. Levasseur 2010 Khalfa Bouikni 2009 Samir Ghrib 2008 Marco Masucci 2007 Fabien Cottin 2006 Pierre Dionne 2005 Mustapha Riad 2004 Guillaume Couillard 2003 Alexandre Da Rocha 2002 Marcelo Corrales 2001 Francois Robert 2000 Laurence Labonté 1999 Andrée Bergeron 1998 Paolo Ferrante 1997 Lorraine Dagenais 1996 Terri Cianni 1995 Kendrick Babb 1994 Richard Labrom 1993 Pierre Clermont FSQ entraîneur espoir / Coach Prospect 1994 Ralph Gabriel

FSQ Joueuse espoir / Female Junior Prospect 1994 Jessica Romani

FSQ entraîneur régional / Coach Regional 2011 Jean-Yannick Raoult 2010 Joe Lande 2009 Yves Gosselin 2008 Tahar Boudjelal 2007 Robert Kmec 2006 Mahfoud Abderhaman 2005 Rhida Arous 2004 Erik Letarte 2003 Enrique Arias 2002 Philippe Palmer 2001 Guillaume Couillard 2000 Jacques Véronneau 1999 Marc Soubrier 1996 Alan MacDonald 1995 André Phaneuf 1994 Ralph Gabriel 1993 Stéphane Faucher

FSQ « entraîneur par excellence » / Coach of Excellence 2013 Cindy Walsh 2012 Samir Ghrib & Michel Mana Nga

FSQ « Arbitre masculin par excellence » / Male Referee of Excellence 2016 Mathieu Bourdeau 2015 Mathieu Bourdeau 2014 Oscar Mitchell-Carvalho

FSQ Joueur espoir / Male Junior Prospect 1994 Justin Humes

2013 Philippe Brière 2012 Daniel Belleau 2011 Philippe Brière 2010 Daniel Belleau 2009 Philippe Brière FSQ « Arbitre féminin par excellence » / Female Referee of Excellence 2016 Suzanne Morisset 2016 M-J Charbonneau 2015 Suzanne Morisset 2015 M-J Charbonneau 2014 Suzanne Morisset 2014 M-J Charbonneau 2013 M-H Gagnon-Chretien 2012 M-J Charbonneau 2011 M-J Charbonneau 2010 M-J Charbonneau 2009 M-J Charbonneau FSQ « Arbitre par excellence » / Referee of Excellence 2008 Daniel Belleau 2007 Carol Anne Chénard 2006 Carol Anne Chénard 2005 Carol Anne Chénard 2004 Yannick Plante 2003 Jonathan Lavergne 2002 Diakiese Nsimba 2001 Bogdan Stanescu 2000 Sonia Denoncourt 1999 Sonia Denoncourt 1998 Diakiese Nsimba 1997 Sonia Denoncourt 1996 Sonia Denoncourt 1995 Éric Roy 1994 Johnny Jérôme 1993 Sonia Denoncourt FSQ Arbitre élite / Referee Elite 2008 Richard Gamache 2007 Suzanne Morisset 2006 M-J Charbonneau 2005 Chris Bédic 2004 Carol Anne Chénard 2003 Boris Guerrero 2002 Pierre Cantave 2001 Mathieu Bourdeau 2000 Nicolas Dubuc 1999 Jonathan Lavergne 1998 Stéphanie Fortier 1997 Myriam Plante 1996 Guy Verna 1995 Diakiese Nsimba 1994 Robert Kimber 1993 Luis Pulgar FSQ Arbitre espoir / Ref-


PROVINCES

FSQ Club de l’année / Club of the Year 2016 AS Beauport 2015 Phénix des Rivières 2014 Cosmos Granby 2013 Lorraine-Rosemère 2012 AS Chaudière-Ouest 2011 Blainville 2010 Boisbriand 2009 AS Chaudière-Ouest 2008 Chateauguay FSQ Équipe par excellence / Team of Excellence 2001 Équipe du Québec m17 2000 Équipe du Québec m18 1999 Équipe du Québec m18 1997 Équipe du Québec m20 1995 Mistral-Estrie FSQ Équipe masculine élite / Male Elite Team 2011 St-Hubert m18

FSQ Équipe masculine régionale / Male Regional Team 2011 Royal Beauport m18 2010 Saint-Lambert m15 2009 Lakeshore m16 2008 Montréal m13 2007 St-Hubert m14 2006 Sorel-Tracy m12 2005 Fury de Rimouski m14 2004 Drummondville m18 2003 Lac St-Louis m13 2002 Outremont m18 2001 Rive-Sud m 2000 Richelieu-Yamaska m15 1999 Lac St-Louis m13 1998 Bourassa m14 1997 Mont.-Concordia m13 1996 Lakeshore m13 1995 Lakeshore m13

FSQ Équipe masculine espoir / Male Team Prospect 1994 Bourassa m13 FSQ Équipe féminine espoir / Female Team Prospect 1994 Mistral-Estrie Temple de la renommée du soccer québecoise / Québec Soccer Hall of Fame ATHLÈTE / ATHLETE 2013 Amy Walsh 2011 Marcel Castonguay 2011 Paul-Émile Castonguay 2011 Roland Castonguay 2010 Isabelle Morneau 2009 John Limniatis 2008 Tasso Koutsoukos 2007 Luce Mongrain 2006 Nick Albanis 2006 Annie Caron 2005 Alex Bunbury 2002 Tino Lettieri 2000 Connie Cant BÂTISSEUR / BUILDER 2016 Luis Pulgar 2016 Dwight Kennedy 2016 Jim Hubay 2014 Brigitte Frot 2013 Jean Godon 2013 Richard Labrom 2012 Dr. Dominic Maestracci 2010 Jean Gandubert 2009 Nick Filippone 2008 Italo Digiaochino

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CANADA SOCCER

FSQ Équipe féminine régionale / Female Regional Team 2011 Mont-Royal/Outremont 2010 Chaudière Ouest w16 2009 FC Challenger w16 2008 Fury Rimouski w18 2007 FC Challenger w14 2006 Verts de Sherbrooke 2005 Royal de Beauport w18 2004 Royal de Beauport w16 2003 Lac St-Louis w13 2002 Caravelles de Ste-Foy 2001 Québec w13 2000 Québec w13 1999 Rive-Sud w13 1997 Lac St-Louis w13 1996 St-Hyacinthe w13 1995 Lac St-Louis w13 1993 Lakeshore w15

HALL of FAME

FSQ Équipe féminine élite / Female Elite Team 2011 Laser w14 2010 Beauport w18 2009 Beauport w16 2008 Lac St-Louis w16 2007 Dynamo Québec 2006 FC Laurentides w14 2005 Sélect Rive-Sud w16 2004 Dynamo Québec w16 2003 Lac St-Louis w14 2002 Sélect Rive-Sud w16 2001 Dynamo Québec w16 2000 Dynamo Québec w19 1999 Mistral-Estrie 1998 CS Francheville w17 1997 Lac St-Louis w15 1996 Lakeshore w19 1995 Dynamo Québec w19 1994 Lakeshore w15 1993 CS Francheville w17

1993 Rosemont m15

HONOURS

FSQ Evénement de l’année / Event of the Year 2016 Coupe soccer internationale Laval 2015 ARS Mauricie weekend Marie-Eve Nault 2014 Tournoi de Soccer national de l’Assomption 2013 Coupe régionale A (Laval-Laurentides-Lanaudière-Bourassa-ConcordiaLac St-Louis) 2012 35e édition de l’International de soccerJeanYves Phaneuf de Granby 2011 International Leclerc (ARS Québec) 2010 Fête du soccer en Outaouais 2009 Tournoi des policiers de Granby 2008 Fête du soccer en Outaouais 2007 Coupe internationale « Kids play for kids » 2006 Festi-tour provincial McDonald’s de Magog 2005 Coupe internationale de Laval 2004 Match de l’Impact à Sherbrooke 2003 Tournoi national de

FSQ Association régionale de soccer de l’année / Regional Association of the Year 2015 ARS Mauricie 2014 ARS Lac St-Louis 2013 ARS Laval 2012 ARS Richelieu-Yamaska 2011 ARS Laval 2010 ARS Laurentides 2009 ARS Laval 2002 ARS Richelieu-Yamaska 2001 ARS Outaouais 2000 ARS Laval 1999 ARS Québec 1998 ARS Rive-Sud

2010 Braves d’Ahuntsic m14 2009 Laval m16 2008 Corfinium St-Léonard 2007 Attak de Trois-Rivières 2006 Lac St-Louis m18 2005 Sélect Rive-Sud m14 2004 Lac St-Louis m16 2003 Panellinios 2002 Lac St-Louis m18 2001 Rosemont m18 2000 Sélect Rive-Sud m19 1999 Rosemont m19 1998 RDP Condores 1997 Sélect Rive-Sud m17 1996 Cosmos LaSalle 1995 Lac St-Louis m17 1994 Sporting Patriotes 1993 Longueuil

NATIONAL

FSQ Bénévole de l’année / Volunteer of the Year 2016 Sam Gabbay 2015 Louis-Michel Côté & Jean-Yves Phaneuf 2014 Carole Fortin 2013 Robert Lord 2012 Yves Dupont 2011 Frederic Perron 2010 Bernard David 2009 Marc Richard 2008 Darron Aucoin 2007 Réal l’Heureux 2006 André Lemire 2005 Luc Mainville 2004 Jean Bernier 2003 Christine Gendron 2002 Roland Archambault 2001 Diane Harnois 2000 Éric Fletcher 1999 Fay Blenkhorn 1998 Jacqueline Desrosiers

Deux-Montagnes 2002 25e Édition du Tournoi international de Granby 2001 Tournoi national de Cap Rouge (région Québec) 2000 Tournoi international de Rivière-des-Prairie 1999 Tournoi national de Victoriaville 1998 Challenge Brossard 1997 Festival provincial de Laprairie 1996 Match de l’Impact à Charlesbourg 1995 Coupe du Québec AAA à Laval 1994 Tournoi international de Granby 1993 Jeux du Québec de Gaspé

INTERNATIONAL

eree Prospect 1996 Mathieu Sirois 1995 Martin Beaupré 1994 Julie Duval 1993 Danny Provencher


PROVINCES 2008 Tony Como 2007 Carmil Amarica 2006 Sylvie Béliveau 2005 Andy Onorato 2005 Sonia Denoncourt 2005 Jean Bernier 2004 Robert Millien 2003 Dino Madonis 2002 Lucien Dallaire 2002 Walter Sieber 2002 M. / Mme. Zimmerman 2001 Pierre Granier 2001 Antoine Craan 2001 Stanislas d’Haese 2001 Ilio Matos 2000 Terry Quinn 1999 Geneva Boucher 1999 Guy Burelle 1999 Pascal Cifarelli 1999 Léo Descheneaux 1999 Roger Frot 1999 Élio Mandrossi 1999 Jean-Yves Phaneuf 1999 Georges Schwartz 1999 Dino Soupliotis 1999 Guy St-Cyr 1999 Georges Laurent

NEW BRUNSWICK Soccer NB President’s Award / Prix du Président Soccer NB 2016 John Trainor 2015 Sheri Gallant 2014 Kevin McLellan 2013 2012 Younes Bouida 2011 Cuilean Hendra 2007 John Waite 2006 Bob Laver 2005 David Symington 2004 Dr. Dan Coffin 2003 Geoff Lander 2001 Jim May 1997 Carol Linda Raymond Soccer NB Male Player of the Year / Joueur de l’année 2016 Héritier Masimengo 2015 Nick Ellingwood 2014 Isaac Phillips 2013 2012 Jacob Dunnet 2011 Sebastien Cormier 2010

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2009 Alexandre Theriault 2008 Galen Smith 2007 Peter Tryphonopoulos 2006 Peter Reimer 2005 Antoine Godin 2004 Olivier Babineau Soccer NB Female Player of the Year / Joueuse de l’année 2016 Olivia Cull 2015 Sylvie Fecteau 2014 Renée Gauvin 2013 2012 Rachel Forestell 2011 Olivia Gauthier 2010 2009 Dayle Colpitts 2008 Renelle Savoie 2007 Dayle Colpitts 2006 Renelle Savoie 2005 Chanelle Roy 2004 Maria Scichilone Soccer NB Coach of the Year / Entraîneur de l’année 2016 Ahmed Ezzat 2015 Florian Ntima 2014 Alexandra Valerio 2013 2012 Joe Ross 2011 Jason Brown 2010 2009 Victor Bourque 2008 Mark Meihuizen 2007 Dan Seems 2006 Howard Myatt 2005 Geoff Lander 2004 Mark Bastarache 2003 Alain Bourget 2002 Nina Oliveira 2001 Daniel Donelle 2000 Tammy Hansen 1999 Doug Cochrane 1998 Byron James 1998 Victor Paul Elias 1997 Ewen Cameron 1996 Denis Robichaud 1995 Mathieu Leger 1994 Miles Pinsent 1993 Derek Ward Soccer NB Referee of the Year / Arbitre de l’année 2016 Mathew Tonks 2015 Peter Hilder 2014 Muhammad Al-Digeil 2013 2012 Aret Akcakiryan 2011 Otto Morales 2010

2009 Dave MacDonald 2008 Roland Belliveau 2006 Phil Thompson 2005 Ryan Lutes 2004 Stuart Murgatroyd 2003 Michael Svarc 2002 Gilles Lajoie 2001 Denis Pottage 2000 Ray Grenier 2000 Ron Howard 1999 Peter Hedges 1998 Randy Armstrong 1997 Simon Maurgatroyd 1996 Ron Mitchell 1995 John Eatmon 1992 Andy McCoy 1991 Ron Mitchell 1990 Tom Pollock 1989 John Lally 1988 Gary Worrell 1987 Mitch Clapham 1986 Tim Walsh 1985 Derek Wisdom Soccer NB Team of the Year / Équipe de l’année 2016 Fundy United w16 2015 RFC Celts w4 2014 Fundy w14 2013 2012 Charlotte m12 2011 CS Dieppe w16 2010 2009 Fundy m12 2008 Fundy w18 2008 Chaleur w14 2007 Acadie Penninsule m14 2006 Gagetown Warriors 2005 Canada Games men 2004 First Touch w16 Soccer NB Volunteer of the Year / Bénévole de l’année 2016 Serge Duguay 2015 Antonella Marcantoni 2014 Isabelle Logan 2013 2012 Tony White 2011 Karen Grant 2010 2009 Robert Morimanno 2008 Danny Gallan 2007 Karen Grant 2007 Kent Friers 2006 Michel Nadeau 2005 Phil Hernan 2004 Jim MacDonald 2003 Ihssan Bothiauy 2002 Steve Ridlington 2001 Andy Adshade 2000 Lits Tryphonopoulos

1999 Pierette Savoie 1999 Rita Raymond 1998 Mark Badman 1997 Eric King 1996 Adrienne Pottage 1995 John Waite 1994 David Gay 1993 Richard Forrester 1992 Kathy Hackett 1991 Donat Paulin 1988 Joe Yvonne 1986 Brian Crease 1985 John McCoy Soccer NB Manager of the Year / Gestionnaire de l’année 2016 Jeff Knappe 2015 Mike McNally 2014 Heather Bigger 2013 2012 2011 Ray & Sue Williams 2010 2009 Kim Boucher 2008 Kim Boucher 2007 Ted Power 2006 Karen Grant 2005 Ellen Stillwell 2004 Denise Roy Soccer NB Media Coverage Award / Prix de la couverture médiatique 2015 Stephane Paquette 2014 Radio-Canada Acadie 2013 2012 Jamie Ross 2011 Serge Dionne Soccer NB Team NB Award / Prix de l’équipe 2011 George Itoafa Soccer NB Community Game Changer Award / Prix de changeur de jeu communautaire 2016 Rau Lewis 2016 Taha Maarous 2016 Isabelle Logan 2016 Cristina Bransfield 2016 Sébastien Ruel 2015 Kevin Richard 2015 Scott Costain 2015 Ben Curry 2015 Alain Doucet 2015 Christian Lavoie 2014 Mark Bastarache 2014 Scott MacMillan 2014 Kiko and Jane Mengual


Soccer Nova Scotia Senior Female Player of the Year / Joueuse sénior de l’année 2016 Emily Nickerson 2015 Robyn McNeill Soccer Nova Scotia Youth Male Player of the Year / Jeune joueur de l’année 2016 Lewis Dye 2015 Cian Tousignant Soccer Nova Scotia Youth Female Player of the Year / Jeune joueuse de l’année 2016 Sydney Kennedy 2015 Beatrice Currie Soccer Nova Scotia Coach of the Year / Entraîneur de l’année 2016 Lindsay Van Kessel 2015 Andrew MacDonald Soccer Nova Scotia Official of the Year / Officiel de l’année 2016 Mike & Maggie Malone

Soccer Nova Scotia Regional Player of the Year / Joueur régional de l’année 2016 Rose MacLeod 2016 Isaiah Dorey 2016 O. Llewellyn-Brown 2016 Nathaniel Upshaw 2016 Hannah MacDonald 2016 Keiller Colburne 2016 Alex Russel 2015 Sophie Curtis 2015 Myron Delory 2015 Annika Leslie 2015 Ethan Larson 2015 Broklyn Towill 2015 Anna Rand-Smith 2015 Lily Segal Soccer Nova Scotia Regional Volunteer of the Year / Bénévole régional de l’année 2016 Yann Artur 2016 Heidi McLean 2016 S. Coady-Nielsen 2016 Yves Dastous 2016 Patti Townsend 2016 Alanna Chiasson 2016 Kristen Gunn 2015 Sandy Cantwell-Kerr 2015 Scott MacKinnon 2015 Bob Attenborough 2015 Peter McCormick 2015 Gina Dunn 2015 Barby Dunphy 2015 Shelly Skinner Soccer Nova Scotia Life Member / Membre à vie Soccer Nova Scotia 1995 Marie March

PEISA Senior Male Athlete of the Year / Joueur sénior de l’année 2015 Jared Murphy 2014 Jared Murphy 2013 Cole MacMillan 2012 Jimmie Mayaleh 2011 Simon Hood 2010 Jonathan Vos 2009 Mozesh Gyorio 2008 Paul Craig 2007 Michel Daoust 2006 Matt Thomson 2005 Ryan Anstey 2004 Ryan Anstey PEISA Senior Female Athlete of the Year / Joueuse sénior de l’année 2015 Briar Roberts 2014 Kristin Hood 2013 Sarah Stanley 2012 Hannah Roche 2011 Sara Stewart 2010 Tessa Roche 2009 Tessa Roche 2008 Kristina Weatherbie 2007 Kristina Weatherbie 2006 Krista McInnis 2005 Amy Connolly 2004 Amy Connolly PEISA Youth Male Athlete of the Year / Jeune joueur de l’année 2015 Mark Smith 2014 Mon San Aung 2013 Mark Smith 2012 Jesse Cameron 2011 James Mallard 2010 Simon Hood 2009 Jared Murphy 2008 Davor Alisic 2007 Daniel McAleer 2006 Ryan Casey 2005 Mozesh Gyorio 2004 Michel Daoust PEISA Youth Female Athlete of the Year / Jeune joueuse de l’année 2015 Danielle Younker 2014 Carly Connell 2013 Kristin Hood 2012 Jacqulyn Sudsbury

PEISA Team of the Year / Équipe de l’année 2015 Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals FC m18 2014 Summerside Utd w12 2013 Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals FC 2012 RC United m16 2011 Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals FC m14 2010 Churchill Arms 2009 Avondale Islanders 2008 Avondale Islanders 2007 Winsloe West-Royalty Blues m18 2006 Winsloe West-Royalty Blues m18 2005 Eliot River 2004 Winsloe West Royalty Blues m16 PEISA Coach of the Year / Entraîneur de l’année 2015 Justin MacKenzie 2014 Janos Barna 2013 Kris McKinnon 2012 Derek McEwen 2011 Melis Visser 2010 John Diamond 2009 Lincoln Rix 2009 Brian Allain 2008 John Diamond 2007 Wally Morrison 2006 Wally Morrison 2005 Chuck Gallison 2004 Mike Redmond PEISA Senior Official of the Year / Officiel sénior de l’année 2015 Ian Fradsham 2014 Mike Kok 2013 Mark MacDonald 2012 Kirk McAleer 2011 Cory Deagle 2010 Cory Deagle 2009 Doug Smith 2008 Enes Alisic 2007 Mike Connolly 2006 Justine Lewis 2005 Andrew MacAdam 2004 Adam Cole

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HALL of FAME

Soccer Nova Scotia Women’s Team of the Year / Équipe féminine de l’année 2016 Halifax County w18 2015 Suburban FC w16

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

HONOURS

Soccer Nova Scotia Senior Male Player of the Year / Joueur sénior de l’année 2016 Jonathan Cordoba 2015 Paul Craig

Soccer Nova Scotia Men’s Team of the Year / Équipe masculine de l’année 2016 Dartmouth m14 2015 South Shore Utd. m14

2011 Morgan Thorburn 2010 Jenna Jo McDonald 2009 Jill Edwards 2008 Katie O’Brien 2007 Kayla Balderston 2006 Ashley McKenna 2005 Brandy Doiron 2004 Chelsie McInnis

NATIONAL

NOVA SCOTIA

2015 Ben Hoskins

INTERNATIONAL

2014 Barry Morrison 2014 Marcel Beaulieu Soccer NB Roland Belliveau Youth Memorial Shield / Prix Roland-Belliveau des jeunes officiels 2016 Brooke Barrieau 2016 Julia Short 2016 Connor Logan 2016 Camden Sutherland 2016 Taylor Clark 2015 Alexandre Gallant 2015 Noah McSheffery 2015 Bienvenue Habiyambere 2015 Christine Pelletier 2015 Cade Savoy 2014 Jacob Boudreau 2014 Pier-Luc Roy 2014 Monique LeBlanc 2014 Zack McMullin 2014 Adrien Bouhtiauy

CANADA SOCCER

PROVINCES


PROVINCES PEISA Youth Official of the Year / Officiel jeunesse de l’année 2015 Kate Compton 2014 Tyler Deagle 2013 Zachary Visser 2012 Jarrod MacAdam 2011 Ellen Burnett 2010 Kristyn Visser 2009 Josh Bowman 2008 Cory Deagle 2007 Ernesto Carranza 2006 Cory Deagle 2005 Adam MacLellan 2004 Ashley Caulier PEISA Administrator of the Year / Administrateur de l’année 2015 Ian Murray 2014 Sherry MacDonald 2013 Anne Arsenault 2012 Lori Lund 2011 Tammy Wall 2010 Garth Watters 2009 Lori Lund 2008 Bruce Matheson 2007 Kenny Martin 2006 Yvette Reid 2005 Tanya Sheridan 2004 Bill McKinnon PEISA Alan Godfrey Volunteer of the Year / Bénévole de l’année Alan-Godfrey 2015 Jamie MacKinnon 2014 Monica Simpson 2013 Ruth Morris 2012 Paul Wiegers 2011 Bernie Dykeman 2010 Marta Irvine 2009 Kirk McAteer 2008 John Gallant 2007 Sam Jeyes 2006 Irene Power 2005 Ruth Morris 2004 John Clements PEISA Lowell Stewart Memorial Award / Prix Lowell-Stewart 2015 Julie VanLeeuwen 2014 Ben Coles 2013 Zachary Visser 2012 Nick Lund 2011 Keira Coady 2010 Joshua Arsenault 2009 Emma Kelly 2008 Justin Burt 2007 Maigan Newson 2007 Vanessa French

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2006 Sara Stewart 2005 Kathleen Boswall 2005 Megan Decoste 2004 Janessa Wolters

NEWFOUNDLAND LABRADOR Brian Murphy NLSA Senior Male Player of the Year / Joueur sénior de l’année, Prix Brian-Murphy 2016 John Douglas 2015 Justin Pickford 2014 Jake Warren 2013 Tyler Forsey 2012 Steven DeLong 2011 Ryan Yetman 2010 Tyler Putt 2009 Zach Wade 2008 Mike Howlett Laura Breen NLSA Senior Female Player of the Year / Joueuse sénior de l’année, Prix Laura-Breen 2016 Hannah Rivkin 2015 Malorie Harris 2014 Malorie Harris 2013 Malorie Harris 2012 Malorie Harris 2011 Malorie Harris 2010 Malorie Harris 2009 Laura Breen 2008 Nichole Adams George Innes NLSA Junior Male Player of the Year / Jeune joueur de l’année, Prix George-Innes 2016 Brent Hennebury 2015 Owen McAleese 2014 Emmanuel Dolo 2013 Emmanuel Dolo 2012 Thomas Pieroway 2011 Tyler Forsey 2010 Jordi Slaney 2009 Jacob Westcott 2008 Sean Edwards Judi Kelloway NLSA Junior Female Player of the Year / Jeune joueuse de l’année, Prix Judi-Kelloway 2016 Alexandra Murphy 2015 Nicole Torraville 2014 Anna AuCoin 2013 Connie Lewis

2012 Emily Bailey 2011 Claire Skanes 2010 Rebecca Green 2009 Hannah Rivkin 2008 Michelle Ward Doug Sweetapple NLSA Coach of the Year / Entraîneur de l’année, Prix Doug-Sweetapple 2016 Mike Power 2015 Noel (Jake) Stanford 2014 Dragan Mirkovic 2013 Noel (Jake) Stanford 2012 Noel (Jake) Stanford 2011 Noel (Jake) Stanford 2010 Dragan Mirkovic 2009 Noel (Jake) Stanford 2008 Scott Betts Ben Lake NLSA Executive of the Year / Exécutif de l’année, Prix Ben-Lake 2016 Ian Chaytor 2015 Doug Redmond 2014 Gord Dunphy 2013 Jeff Babstock 2012 Pat Wells 2011 Paul Miller 2010 Dave Legrow 2010 Bob Antle 2009 Heather Slaney 2008 Shane Howlett Angus Barrett NLSA Team of the Year / Équipe de l’année, Prix Angus-Barrett 2016 St. John’s SC w14 2015 Holy Cross SC (M) 2014 Memorial U. (F) 2013 St. John’s SC w18 2012 St. John’s SC w18 2011 St. John’s SC w16 2010 St. John’s SC w14 2009 Holy Cross/ The Dock 2008 EPR Kirby/ The Dock NLSA Ross Arlett Memorial Award (Top official) / Prix Ross-Arlett (Arbitre) 2016 Shannon Tobin 2015 Mike Howlett 2014 Mike Edmunds 2013 Gary Martin 2013 Heather Slaney 2012 Helder Bailote 2010 Damien Masterson 2009 Dave Liverman 2008 Dan Maher

Doug Redmond NLSA Volunteer of the Year / Bénévole de l’année, Prix Doug-Redmond 2016 Shane Dunphy 2015 Donald Mackey 2014 Jean Thompson Soccer NLSA Life Member / Membre à vie de Newfoundland Labrador Soccer 2014 Clayton Welsh 2014 Doug Sweetapple 2014 Brian Murphy 2014 Ed Moyst NLSA Hall of Fame / Temple de la renommée de l’Association de soccer de Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador 2015 Connie Marshall 2015 Andrew Moyst 2015 Pat Kennedy 2015 Scott Edwards 2015 Richard Barrett 2015 Frank Pitman 2014 Murdock Hiscock 2014 Clarence Senior 2014 Walt Mavin 2014 Eddie Kelly 2014 Joe Browne 2013 Harry Hickman 2013 John Browne 2013 Cecil Noseworthy 2013 Bob Perks 2013 Louis Quedinet 2013 Gus Richards Jr. 2013 Glenn Stanford 2012 Tom Tarrant 2012 Dave LeGrow 2012 Bob Antle 2012 Chris Facey 2012 Ron Price 2012 John Hearn 2012 Pat Fleming 2012 Kevin Pittman 2012 Clayton Welsh 2011 Winse Strang 2011 Keith Storey 2011 John P. Humby 2011 Dee Murphy 2011 Sherry Morrissey 2011 Jerry Gallant 2011 Ben Dunne 2011 Roland Doyle Jr. 2011 Raeleen Baggs 2011 Judi Kelloway 2011 Sandy Ash 2011 Joe Turpin 2009 Charlie Chaytor 2009 Len Aucoin


TERRITORIES 2015 Rob Marshall 2015 Terry Brookes 2014 Andy Bevan 2013 Paul Stipdonk

CANADA SOCCER

1981 Mike Reddy 1980 Gus Etchegarry 1980 Fred Tessier

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES

HALL of FAME

NWT Soccer Male Player of the Year / Joueur de l’année 2015 Isaac Simon 2014 Walker Adjun 2013 Keegan Payne NWT Soccer Female Player of the Year / Joueuse de l’année 2015 Lindsay Mailloux 2014 Miranda Beck 2013 Tonya Huck 2012 Molly Gillard 2011 Paulina Ross

HONOURS

NWT Soccer Volunteer of the Year / Bénévole de l’année 2015 Maggie Works 2013 Jesse McNiven 2012 Louise Cumming 2011 Vivian Hansen NWT Soccer Coach of the Year / Entraîneur de l’année 2015 Gina Michel 2014 Michael Doyle 2013 Michael Bottermans 2012 Andy Bevan 2011 Joe Acorn

NATIONAL

1998 Jim McNamara 1998 Bernie Bennett 1998 Hobie Pike 1998 Terry Mallay 1998 Herb Slaney 1998 Max Hollett 1998 Frank “Red” Fizzard 1997 Doug Redmond 1997 Herb Jenkins 1997 Frank Moore 1997 Bill Grant 1997 Bob Slaney 1997 Monsignor John Murray 1997 Reg Farrell 1996 Newman Bartlett 1996 George Innes 1996 Brian Murphy 1996 Cyril Quirke 1996 Vince Pickett 1994 Joe Keating 1994 Bernard Reddy 1994 Edward Roache 1994 Pat Hollett 1994 Ed Moyst 1994 Aubrey Pike 1992 Ern Foote 1992 Bruce Power 1992 Bill Matthews 1992 Bobby Breen 1989 Alfred Breen 1989 Wilson Molloy 1989 Norm Kelly 1989 Donald Huxter 1989 Alan Ross 1987 Doug Sweetapple 1987 Sam Pretty 1987 Andy Joy 1987 Stanislaw Jackowski 1987 Jeff Babstock 1985 Harry Ennis 1985 Herb Coultas 1985 George Collier, Sr. 1985 John Canning 1985 Charlie Bhnisch 1985 Heber Bartlett 1985 George B. Ayre 1985 William Higgins 1985 Joe Turpin 1985 N.J. Vinicombe 1985 James Vinicombe 1985 George Welsh 1985 Bob Kelly 1985 Joe Gulliver 1985 James D. Higgins 1985 Jack V. Rabbits 1985 Tom Rose 1985 Frank Tibbo 1983 Walter LeMessurier 1983 Ben Lake 1981 Edward Knight 1981 Charlie Quick

NWT Soccer Official of the Year / Officiel de l’année 2015 Emmanuel Lanyu 2014 Richard Kresky 2013 Walters Tubua 2012 Steve Hatch 2011 Nick Rivet NWT Soccer Sportsmanship of the Year / Esprit sportif en soccer de l’année aux TNO 2013 Gregory Brandford

INTERNATIONAL

2009 Fred Brien 2009 Jim Hamlyn 2009 Don Hodder 2009 Darryl Smith 2009 Jim Royle 2007 Leeland Anderson 2007 Guy Clouter 2007 George Cooper 2007 Frank Haskell 2007 Len Hillier 2007 Trevor Paine 2007 Paul Reddy 2007 Noel (Jake) Stanford 2005 Aubrey Anstey 2005 Al Felix 2005 Norbert “Dick” Power 2005 John Saunders 2005 Al Slaney 2005 Brian Walsh 2005 Angus Barrett 2004 Jack Simms 2004 James Loder 2003 Bill Breen 2003 John Breen 2003 Doug House 2003 Louis LeGentile 2003 Jack Lundrigan 2003 Bill Miller 2003 Gerry “Farmer” Reddy 2003 Tony Mullett 2003 Andy Samuelson 2002 Keith Farrell 2002 Ken Hunt 2002 Eli Lee 2002 Adrian Miller 2002 John Russell 2002 Jean (Lake) Thompson 2002 Don Turpin 2001 Tom Bartlett 2001 Dick Ivany 2001 Gerry Smith 2001 Joy Burt 2001 Clem Edwards 2001 Howard Walsh 2001 Tom Riley 2000 Charlie Snook 2000 Leonard Slaney 2000 George Collier 2000 Eddie Joyce 2000 Doug Brown 2000 Frank Brenton 2000 Ed Arnott 1999 Bren Curtis 1999 Ross Arlett 1999 Boyd Pennell 1999 Greg Hillier 1999 Joe Lundrigan 1999 Bob LeMessurier 1999 Edgar House 1999 Larry “Bucky” Warren 1999 Harold “Hal” Walsh

NWT Soccer Life Member Paul Stipdonk Memorial Award / Prix Paul-Stipdonk Membre à vie de TNO Soccer

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CHAMPIONNATS CANADA MASC. CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP / CHAMPIONNAT CANADIEN 2016 ON Toronto FC 2015 BC Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2014 QC Impact Montréal FC 2013 QC Impact Montréal FC 2012 ON Toronto FC 2011 ON Toronto FC 2010 ON Toronto FC 2009 ON Toronto FC 2008 QC Impact Montréal FC CHALLENGE TROPHY SERIES / SÉRIE TROPHÉE CHALLENGE (Symbol § Club since renamed / club depuis renommé) 2016 AB Edmonton Scottish SC 2015 ON London Marconi 2014 ON London Marconi 2013 ON Ottawa Gloucester Celtic 2012 QC Royal-Sélect Beauport 2011 SK Saskatoon HUSA Alumni 2010 PE Charlottetown Abbies SC 2009 MB Winnipeg Hellas SC 2008 AB Calgary Callies 2007 AB Calgary Callies 2006 ON Ottawa St. Anthony 2005 ON Scarborough GS United 2004 BC Surrey Pegasus FC 2003 AB Calgary Callies 2002 MB Winnipeg Sons of Italy § (§ FC Winnipeg Lions) 2001 NS Halifax King of Donair 2000 MB Winnipeg Lucania SC 1999 AB Calgary Celtic § (§ Calgary Callies) 1998 QC Rivière des Prairies 1997 AB Edmonton Ital Canadians 1996 BC Vancouver Westside 1995 QC Mistral-Estrie 1994 AB Edmonton Ital Canadians 1993 BC Vancouver Westside Rino 1992 BC NorVan ANAF 1991 BC NorVan ANAF 1990 BC Vancouver Firefighters FC 1989 ON Scarborough Azzurri 1988 NL Holy Cross 1987 MB Winnipeg Lucania SC 1986 ON Hamilton Steelers 1985 BC Croatia SC Vancouver 1984 BC Victoria West FC 1983 BC Vancouver Firefighters FC 1982 BC Victoria West FC 1981 ON North York Ciociaro SC 1980 NB Saint John Drydock Islanders 1979 BC Victoria West FC

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1978 BC Vancouver Columbus FC 1977 BC Vancouver Columbus FC 1976 BC Victoria West FC 1975 BC Victoria London Boxing Club 1974 AB Calgary Kickers 1973 BC Vancouver Firefighters FC 1972 BC New Westminster Blues 1971 BC Vancouver Eintracht 1970 MB Manitoba Selects 1969 BC Vancouver Columbus FC 1968 ON Toronto Royals 1967 ON Toronto Ballymena United 1966 BC British Columbia Selects 1965 BC Vancouver Firefighters FC 1964 BC Vancouver Columbus FC 1962 MB Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish 1961 QC Montréal Concordia 1960 BC Westminster Royals FC 1959 QC Canadian Alouettes § (§ Montréal Concordia) 1958 BC Westminster Royals FC 1957 QC Montréal Ukraina 1956 BC Vancouver Haleco FC 1955 BC Westminster Royals FC 1954 MB Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish 1953 BC Westminster Royals FC 1952 QC Montréal Stelco 1951 ON Toronto Ulster United FC 1950 BC Vancouver City FC § (§ Vancouver Haleco FC) 1949 BC North Shore United FC 1948 QC Montréal Carsteel FC 1947 BC Vancouver St. Andrews FC 1946 ON Toronto Ulster United FC CONNAUGHT SERIES / SÉRIE CONNAUGHT 1939 BC Vancouver Radials 1938 BC North Shore United FC 1937 BC Vancouver Johnston Storage 1936 BC Westminster Royals FC 1935 QC Montréal Aldred 1934 QC Verdun Park FC 1933 ON Toronto Scottish FC 1932 ON Toronto Scottish FC 1931 BC Westminster Royals FC 1930 BC Westminster Royals FC 1929 QC Montréal CNR 1928 BC Westminster Royals FC 1927 BC Nanaimo City FC 1926 MB Winnipeg United Weston FC 1925 ON Toronto Ulster United FC 1924 MB Winnipeg United Weston FC 1923 BC Nanaimo City FC 1922 AB Calgary Hillhurst FC 1921 ON Toronto Scottish FC 1920 ON Hamilton Westinghouse 1919 QC Montréal Grand Trunk FC 1915 MB Winnipeg Scottish

1914 MB Norwood Wanderers FC 1913 MB Norwood Wanderers FC U-17 CUP / COUPE U17 2016 AB Edmonton Juventus m16 2015 BC Surrey United SC m16 2014 BC Coquitlam SC m16 2013 BC Surrey United SC m16 2012 BC Surrey United SC m16 2011 ON Erin Mills Eagles m16 2010 ON Ajax Strikers m16 2009 QC Conquérant Laval m16 2008 BC Surrey United SC m16 2007 AB Elbow Valley Villans m16 2006 ON Mississauga Dixie m16 2005 BC Vancouver Selects m16 2004 QC Lakers m16 2003 ON Woodbridge m16 2002 BC Burnaby m16 2001 BC North Delta m16 2000 ON North Mississauga m17 1999 ON Wexford m17 1998 BC N.W. Van.North Shore m17 1997 QC Rive-Sud m17 1996 ON Mississauga Dixie m17 1995 QC Lakers m17 1994 BC Metro Ford m17 1993 BC Metro Ford m17 1992 ON London Youth 1991 ON Wexford m16 1990 QC Lakers m16 1989 BC North Shore m16 1988 ON Oshawa m16 1987 BC Cliff Ave m16 1986 BC Vancouver City m16 1985 ON Toronto Italia m16 1984 ON Wexford m16 U-15 CUP / COUPE U15 2016 ON Brampton East m14 2015 ON Epic FC Toronto m14 2014 ON North London Elite m14 2013 QC Panellinios m14 2012 ON North Mississauga m14 2011 ON KNSC Red Lions m14 2010 QC Braves D’Ahunstic m14 2009 AB Edmonton Juventus m14 2008 ON Unionville Milliken m14 2007 ON Erin Mills m14 2006 ON Brampton Blast m14 2005 ON Erin Mills Eagles m14 2004 ON Oakville m14 2003 ON North London m14 2002 BC Burnaby m14 2001 ON Woodbridge m15 2000 AB Edmonton Inter m15 1999 QC Lakers m15 1997 BC Metro Ford m15 1996 ON Woodbridge m15


CANADIAN SOCCER LEAGUE / LIGUE CANADIENNE DE SOCCER 1992 MB Winnipeg Fury 1991 BC Vancouver 86ers § 1990 BC Vancouver 86ers § 1989 BC Vancouver 86ers § 1988 BC Vancouver 86ers § (§ Vancouver Whitecaps FC) 1987 AB Calgary Kickers U-18/U-19 CUP / COUPE U18/U19 2016 QC CS Repentigny m18 2015 QC Longueuil m18 2014 BC Surrey United SC m18 2013 BC Coquitlam SC Sparta m18 2012 MB FC Northwest m18 2011 ON Ajax Strikers m18 2010 BC Coquitlam Metro Ford m18 2009 AB Foothills Crew m18 2008 AB Edmonton S.W. United m18 2007 AB Edmonton Juventus m18 2006 QC Lakers de Lac St-Louis m18 2005 BC Burnaby Royals m18 2004 ON North York Azzurri m18 2003 BC Abbotsford m18 2002 BC Abbotsford m18 2001 ON Scarborough Azzurri m18 2000 ON Vaughan m19 1999 QC Jean-Talon Rosemont m19 1998 ON Oakville SC m19

SCHREYER CUP / COUPE SCHREYER 1982 BC British Columbia 1981 BC British Columbia 1980 ON Ontario FRED JOPSON TROPHY / TROPHÉE FRED-JOPSON 2013 QC Québec m16 2012 ON Ontario m16 2011 QC Québec m16 2010 QC Québec m16 2009 ON Ontario m16 2008 QC Québec m16 2007 AB Alberta m16 2006 AB Alberta m16 2005 BC British Columbia m16 2004 QC Québec m16 2003 QC Québec m17 2002 AB Alberta m17 2001 QC Québec m17 2000 BC British Columbia m17 1999 QC Québec m18 1998 QC Québec m18 1997 BC British Columbia m17 1996 QC Québec m17 1995 BC British Columbia m17 ALL-STARS / SÉLECTIONS 1994 BC British Columbia m17 1993 ON Ontario m17 1992 ON Ontario m17 1991 BC British Columbia m17 1990 ON Ontario m17 1989 ON Ontario m17 1988 ON Ontario m17 1987 BC British Columbia m18 1986 ON Ontario m18 1985 ON Ontario m18 1984 ON Ontario m18 1983 ON Ontario m18 1982 AB Alberta m18 1981 ON Ontario m18 1980 BC British Columbia m18 1979 ON Ontario m18

1978 BC British Columbia m18 1977 BC British Columbia m18 1976 ON Ontario m18 1975 ON Ontario m18 1974 NL Newfoundland Labrador m18 1973 BC British Columbia m18 1972 QC Québec m18 DR. FRED STAMBROOK TROPHY / TROPHÉE FRED-STAMBROOK 2013 QC Québec m15 2012 ON Ontario m15 2011 QC Québec m15 2010 BC British Columbia m14 2009 ON Ontario m14 2008 QC Québec m14 2007 QC Québec 2006 ON Ontario m14 ALL-STARS / SÉLECTIONS 2005 ON Ontario m14 2004 QC Québec m14 2003 ON Ontario m15 2002 BC British Columbia m15 2001 BC British Columbia m15 2000 ON Ontario m15 1999 QC Québec m15 1998 ON Ontario m15 1997 ON Ontario m15 1996 QC Québec m15 1995 AB Alberta m15 1994 ON Ontario m15 1993 ON Ontario m15 1992 ON Ontario m15 1991 BC British Columbia m15 1990 BC British Columbia m15 1989 ON Ontario m15 1988 BC British Columbia m15 1987 ON Ontario m15 1986 QC Québec m15 1985 BC British Columbia m15 1984 ON Ontario m15 1983 ON Ontario m15 1982 ON Ontario m15 1981 AB Alberta m15 1980 ON Ontario m15 1979 BC British Columbia m15 1978 ON Ontario m15 1977 BC British Columbia m15 1976 BC British Columbia m15 1975 BC British Columbia m15

FUTSAL CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP CHAMPIONNAT CANADIEN 2016 ON Toronto United Futsal 2015 ON Futsal Club Toronto

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AB Calgary Celtic m19 ON North York NW Azzurri m19 ON Malton m19 QC Sporting Patriotes m19 BC Lower Island Selects m19 ON Scarborough Azzurri BC Vancouver City m18 ON Wexford SC m18 AB St. Albert m18 ON Guildwood m18 BC Vancouver City m18 AB Edmonton Juventus m18 ON Scarboro Maple Leaf m18 ON North York Cosmos m18

HONOURS

CANADA GAMES / JEUX DU CANADA 2013 QC Québec m18 2009 QC Québec m18 2005 ON Ontario m18 2001 AB Alberta 1997 QC Québec 1993 BC British Columbia 1989 ON Ontario 1985 AB Alberta m21 1981 BC British Columbia m21 1977 BC British Columbia m21 1973 BC British Columbia m21 1969 BC British Columbia m21

1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984

NATIONAL

ON Wexford m15 ON Scarborough Olympic m15 ON Scarborogh Malvern m15 ON Whitby Iroquois ON Malton m14 ON Wexford m14 BC Fraser Valley m14 BC North Shore m14 ON Scarboro’ Maple Leaf m14 QC Concordia m14 ON Guildwood m14 QC Lakers m14

INTERNATIONAL

1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984

CANADA SOCCER

CHAMPIONSHIPS


CHAMPIONNATS CANADA FEM. JUBILEE TROPHY SERIES / SÉRIE TROPHÉE JUBILEE 2016 AB Edmonton Scottish SC 2016 QC Royal-Sélect Beauport 2015 AB Edmonton Victoria SC 2014 AB Edmonton Victoria SC 2013 AB Edmonton Victoria SC 2012 ON North London Galaxy 2011 BC Surrey United SC 2010 NS Halifax Dunbrack 2009 AB Edmonton Victoria SC 2008 NS Halifax City 2007 QC Dynamo Québec 2006 BC Surrey United SC 2005 AB Edmonton Victoria SC 2004 AB Edmonton Victoria SC 2003 NS Halifax Athens United 2002 ON Oakville SC 2001 BC Burnaby Canadians 2000 AB Edmonton Angels SC 1999 AB Edmonton Angels SC 1998 ON Nepean United 1997 ON Nepean United 1996 BC UBC Alumni 1995 AB Edmonton Angels SC 1994 BC Coquitlam SC Strikers 1993 BC Surrey Marlins SC 1992 BC Surrey Marlins SC 1991 BC Surrey Marlins SC 1990 BC Coquitlam SC Strikers 1989 QC Dorval United 1988 AB Edmonton Angels SC 1987 BC Coquitlam SC 1986 AB Edmonton Angels SC 1985 AB Edmonton Angels SC 1984 AB Edmonton Angels SC 1983 AB Edmonton Angels SC 1982 AB Edmonton Angels SC U-17 CUP / COUPE U17 2016 QC Lakeshore w16 2015 QC Lakeshore w16 2014 ON Darlington Fusion w16 2013 ON Brams United Bandits w16 2012 ON Burlington Bayhawks w16 2011 ON Erin Mills SC w16 2010 ON Pickering Power Green w16 2009 QC Beauport w16 2008 QC Lakers de Lac St-Louis w16 2007 AB Calgary Foothills w16 2006 ON London Supernova w16 2005 QC Rive Sud w16 2004 QC Dynamo Québec w16 2003 AB Sherwood Park w16 2002 QC Rive Sud w16

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2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984

QC Dynamo Québec w16 AB Millwoods w17 ON Kitchener Spirit w17 AB Calgary Celtic w17 BC Burnaby w17 QC Lakeshore w17 ON Burlington w17 ON Burlington w17 QC Francheville w17 ON Scarborough United BC Cliff Ave w16 BC Sur-Del w16 BC Burnaby Wesburn w16 BC North Shore w16 ON Burlington w16 ON Oakville w16 ON Scarborough United w16 ON Scarborough United w16

U-15 CUP / COUPE U15 2016 QC Calgary Foothills w14 2015 AB Calgary Foothills w14 2014 ON Stoney Creek Battalion w14 2013 ON Kitchener Spirit w14 2012 ON Burlington Bayhawks w14 2011 QC Le Laser w14 2010 BC Coquitlam Metro Ford w14 2009 ON Ajax Strikers w14 2008 BC Cliff Avenue Synergy w14 2007 QC FC Laurentides w14 2006 ON London City w14 2005 ON London Supernova w14 2004 ON North London w14 2003 BC Coquitlam w14 2002 ON Mississauga Dixie w14 2001 ON Erin Mills w14 2000 ON North London w15 1999 ON Burlington w15 1998 QC Lakers w15 1997 ON Scarborough United w15 1996 ON Burlington w15 1995 BC Burnaby w15 1994 QC Lakeshore w15 1993 QC Lakeshore w15 1992 BC North Shore 1991 MB St.Boniface/St.Vital w14 1990 ON Scarborough United w14 1989 BC Cliff Ave w14 1988 ON Scarborough United w14 1987 AB St. Albert w14 1986 BC Richmond w14 1985 BC Vancouver City w14 1984 ON Scarborough Malvern w14 CANADA GAMES / JEUX DU CANADA 2013 BC British Columbia w18 2009 BC British Columbia w18

2005 BC British Columbia w18 2001 ON Ontario 1997 BC British Columbia 1993 BC British Columbia U-18/U-19 CUP / COUPE U18/U19 2016 AB Edmonton Inter w18 2015 ON Bradford Eagles w18 2014 ON North Mississauga SC w18 2013 QC Lakeshore SC w18 2012 SK Eastside Vortex w18 2011 QC Longueuil w18 2010 QC Royal Sélect Beauport w18 2009 AB Foothills Athletics w18 2008 AB Calgary Foothills w18 2007 ON Richmond Hill Raiders w18 2006 QC Dynamo Québec w18 2005 ON Erin Mills w18 2004 ON Mississauga Dixie w18 2003 BC CVI United w18 2002 ON Burlington w18 2001 AB Calgary Blizzard w18 2000 ON Burlington w19 1999 ON Burlington w19 1998 QC Lakeshore w19 1997 BC Burnaby w19 1996 QC Lakeshore w19 1995 ON Mississauga w19 1994 ON Burlington w19 1993 BC Cliff Ave. w19 1992 ON Scarborough United 1991 ON Burlington w18 1990 ON Scarborough United w18 1989 ON Oakville w18 1988 ON Burlington w18 1987 ON Scarborough United w18 1986 ON Scarborough United w18 1985 BC Sur-Del w18 1984 ON Oakville w18 U-19 ALL STARS / SÉLECTIONS U19 1999 QC Ontario w19 1996 BC British Columbia w19 1995 ON Ontario w19 1994 AB Alberta w19 1993 ON Ontario w19 1992 BC British Columbia w19 1991 BC British Columbia w19 1990 BC British Columbia w19 U-16 ALL STARS / SÉLECTIONS U16 2013 ON Ontario w16 2012 QC Québec w16 2011 ON Ontario w16 2010 ON Ontario w16 2009 ON Ontario w16 2008 ON Ontario w16


SCHOOLS / ÉCOLES SAM DAVIDSON TROPHY / TROPHÉE SAM-DAVIDSON U SPORTS MASC. 2016 AB U. of Alberta 2015 ON York Unviersity 2014 ON York Unviersity 2013 BC U. of British Columbia 2012 BC U. of British Columbia 2011 BC University of Victoria 2010 ON York University 2009 QC Université Laval 2008 ON York University 2007 BC U. of British Columbia 2006 AB University of Alberta 2005 BC U. of British Columbia 2004 AB University of Alberta 2003 AB University of Alberta 2002 ON Brock University 2001 ON Wilfrid Laurier University 2000 ON Wilfrid Laurier University 1999 ON U. of Western Ontario 1998 ON U. of Western Ontario 1997 QC McGill University 1996 BC University of Victoria 1995 NS Dalhousie University 1994 BC U. of British Columbia

GLADYS BEAN TROPHY TROPHÉE GLADYS-BEAN U SPORTS FEM. 2016 QC Université Laval 2015 BC U. of British Columbia 2014 QC Université Laval 2013 ON Trinity Western University 2012 ON Trinity Western University 2011 ON Queen’s University 2010 ON Queen’s University 2009 BC Trinity Western University 2008 BC Trinity Western University 2007 NS Cape Breton University 2006 BC U. of British Columbia 2005 BC University of Victoria 2004 BC Trinity Western University 2003 BC U. of British Columbia 2002 BC U. of British Columbia 2001 AB University of Alberta 2000 NS Dalhousie University 1999 ON Dalhousie University 1998 AB University of Calgary 1997 AB University of Alberta 1996 ON University of Ottawa 1995 ON Wilfrid Laurier University 1994 NS Dalhousie University 1993 BC U. of British Columbia 1992 ON Wilfrid Laurier University 1991 ON McMaster University 1990 NB Acadia University 1989 AB University of Alberta 1988 ON Queen’s University 1987 BC U. of British Columbia

CCAA MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP CHAMPIONNAT MASC. ACSC 2016 ON Humber College 2015 ON Humber College 2014 ON Sheridan College 2013 ON Humber College 2012 ON Humber College 2011 AB NAIT 2010 BC Vancouver Island University 2009 ON Seneca College 2008 BC Capilano College 2007 QC St-Lambert 2006 ON Algonquin College 2005 BC Douglas College 2004 AB Mount Royal College 2003 BC Capilano College 2002 ON Algonquin College 2001 ON Humber College 2000 BC Langara College 1999 BC Langara College 1998 BC UC Cariboo 1997 AB Mount Royal College 1996 BC Capilano College 1995 ON Humber College 1994 AB Mount Royal College 1993 BC Vancouver CC 1992 BC Vancouver CC 1991 BC Capilano College 1990 BC Capilano College 1989 ON Mohawk College 1988 BC Capilano College 1987 AB NAIT 1986 ON Seneca College 1985 ON Seneca College 1984 ON Seneca College 1983 BC Malaspina CCAA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP CHAMPIONNAT FEM. ACSC 2016 QC François Xavier Garneau 2015 QC François Xavier Garneau 2014 QC François Xavier Garneau 2013 AB Grant MacEwan 2012 QC Collège Ahuntsic 2011 QC François Xavier Garneau 2010 QC François Xavier Garneau 2009 AB Concordia U. College 2008 BC Langara College 2007 QC François Xavier Garneau 2006 BC Langara College 2005 BC Langara College 2004 QC François Xavier Garneau 2003 QC François Xavier Garneau 2002 QC François Xavier Garneau 2001 BC Capilano College 2000 BC Capilano College 1999 BC UC Cariboo 1998 BC Capilano College

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QC Université Sherbrooke BC U. of British Columbia BC U. of British Columbia BC U. of British Columbia BC U. of British Columbia ON University of Toronto BC University of Victoria BC U. of British Columbia BC U. of British Columbia BC U. of British Columbia ON Laurentian University QC McGill University QC McGill University NB U. of New Brunswick AB University of Alberta MB University of Manitoba ON York University QC Concordia University BC University of Victoria BC U. of British Columbia QC Loyola University AB University of Alberta ON Laurentian University NL Memorial University

HONOURS

U-15 ALL STARS / SÉLECTIONS U15 2013 ON Ontario w15 2012 ON Ontario w15 2011 QC Québec w15 2010 ON Ontario w14 2009 ON Ontario w14 2008 ON Ontario w14 2007 BC British Columbia w14 2006 ON Ontario w14 2005 ON Ontario w14 2004 BC British Columbia w14 2003 QC Québec w15 2002 ON Ontario w15 2001 ON Ontario w15 2000 ON Ontario w15 1998 AB Alberta w15

1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970

NATIONAL

QC Québec w16 ON Ontario w16 ON Ontario w16 ON Ontario w16 AB Alberta w17 ON Ontario w17 AB Alberta w17 ON Ontario w17 QC Québec w17 AB Alberta w18

INTERNATIONAL

2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998

CANADA SOCCER

CHAMPIONSHIPS


PROVINCES 1997 QC John Abbott College 1996 BC Capilano College 1995 BC Capilano College 1994 AB Lethbridge CC 1993 BC Malaspina 1992 QC John Abbott College 1991 BC Vancouver CC

BRITISH COLUMBIA BC CUP (MASC.) 2016 Surrey Pegasus FC 2015 EDC FC Burnaby 2014 Croatia SC Vancouver 2013 Surrey United Firefighters 2012 Surrey United Firefighters 2011 Surrey ICST Pegasus 2010 Victoria Gorge FC 2009 West Van FC 2008 Victoria Gorge FC 2007 Columbus Clan FC 2006 Sapperton Rovers 2005 Vancouver Portuguese SC 2004 Surrey Pegasus FC 2003 Surrey United SC 2002 Victoria Gorge FC 2001 Victoria Gorge FC 2000 Vancouver Westside Rhino’s 1999 Coquitlam Metro Ford SC 1998 Vancouver Firefighters FC 1997 North Shore Pegasus 1996 Vancouver Westside CIBC 1995 North Shore Pegasus 1994 Coquitlam SC Metro Ford 1993 Vancouver Westside 1992 NorVan ANAF 1991 NorVan ANAF 1990 Vancouver Firefighters FC 1989 Vancouver Westside Primo SC 1988 NorVan ANAF 1987 New Westminster QPR 1986 Croatia SC Vancouver 1985 Croatia SC Vancouver 1984 Victoria West FC 1983 Vancouver Firefighters FC 1982 Victoria West FC 1981 Victoria West FC 1980 Victoria West FC 1979 Victoria West FC 1978 Vancouver Columbus FC 1977 Vancouver Columbus FC 1976 Victoria West FC 1975 Victoria London Boxing Club 1974 Vancouver Lobbans 1973 Vancouver Firefighters FC 1972 New Westminster Blues

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1971 Vancouver Eintracht 1970 Croatia SC Vancouver 1969 Vancouver Columbus FC 1968 Vancouver Columbus FC 1967 Vancouver Firefighters FC 1966 North Shore Luckies FC 1965 Vancouver Firefighters FC 1964 Vancouver Columbus FC 1963 Vancouver Firefighters FC 1962 Vancouver Firefighters FC 1961 Vancouver Firefighters FC 1960 North Shore Carling’s 1959 Capilano’s 1958 Capilano’s 1957 Vancouver Firefighters FC 1956 Vancouver Haleco FC 1955 Vancouver Firefighters FC 1954 Vancouver Firefighters FC 1953 Vancouver City FC § (§ Vancouver Haleco FC) 1952 Vancouver City FC § 1951 Vancouver St. Andrews FC 1950 Vancouver City FC § 1949 North Shore United FC 1948 North Shore United FC 1947 Vancouver St. Andrews FC 1946 North Shore United FC 1945 North Shore United FC 1944 North Shore United FC 1943 Pro-Rec FC 1942 Boeings FC 1941 North Shore United FC 1940 Vancouver Radials FC 1939 Vancouver St. Saviours § (§ Vancouver Haleco FC) 1938 North Shore United FC 1937 North Shore United FC 1936 Westminster Royals FC 1935 Vancouver St. Saviours § 1934 Nanaimo City FC 1933 North Shore United FC 1932 Nanaimo City FC 1931 Westminster Royals FC 1930 Westminster Royals FC 1929 Westminster Royals FC 1928 Ladysmith FC 1927 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 1926 Nanaimo City FC 1925 Cumberland FC 1924 Ladysmith FC 1923 Ladysmith FC 1922 Vancouver St. Andrews FC BC CUP (FEM.) 2016 Richmond FC 2015 North Shore GSC Renegades 2014 Surrey United SC 2013 Surrey United SC

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987

Surrey United SC Surrey United SC Surrey United SC Surrey United SC Surrey United SC Surrey United SC Surrey United SC Surrey United SC Surrey United SC UBC Alumni SportsTown Burnaby Canadians Burnaby Canadians UBC Alumni UBC Alumni UBC Alumni UBC Alumni UBC Alumni Victoria Gorge FC Coquitlam SC Metro Ford Surrey Marlins SC Surrey Marlins SC Surrey Marlins SC Coquitlam SC Strikers Surrey Strikers Coquitlam SC Coquitlam SC

ALBERTA ALBERTA CUP (MASC.) 2016 Edmonton Scottish SC 2015 Edmonton Scottish SC 2014 Calgary Callies 2013 Edmonton Scottish SC 2012 Edmonton Scottish SC 2011 Edmonton Green & Gold 2010 Calgary Dinosaurs 2009 Calgary Callies 2008 Calgary Callies 2007 Calgary Callies 2006 Calgary Callies 2005 Edmonton Green & Gold 2004 Calgary Callies 2003 Calgary Callies 2002 Calgary Callies 2001 Edmonton Victoria SC 2000 Calgary Celtic § (§ Calgary Callies) 1999 Calgary Celtic § 1998 Calgary Dinosaurs 1997 Edmonton Ital Canadians SC 1996 Edmonton Scottish SC 1995 Edmonton Ital Canadians SC 1994 Edmonton Ital Canadians SC 1993 Edmonton Ital Canadians 1992 Edmonton Scottish SC


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SASKATCHEWAN SHIELD (MASC.) 2016 Saskatoon HUSA Alumni 2015 Saskatoon HUSA Alumni 2014 Saskatoon HUSA Alumni 2013 Saskatoon HUSA Alumni 2012 Saskatoon HUSA Alumni 2011 Saskatoon HUSA Alumni 2010 Saskatoon Huskie United Alumni 2009 Saskatoon Huskie Alumni 2008 Yorkton United 2007 Yorkton United 2006 ACFC Milan Puma 2005 Saskatoon Arsenal 2004 Saskatoon Arsenal 2003 Saskatoon Arsenal 2002 Saskatoon Arsenal 2001 Saskatoon Arsenal 2000 Saskatoon Arsenal 1999 Saskatoon PFG Supra 1998 Saskatoon Arauco FC 1997 Saskatoon Arauco 1995 Saskatoon Hollandia Huskies 1994 Saskatoon Hollandia Huskies 1993 Saskatoon Hollandia 1992 Saskatoon Thistle 1991 Saskatoon Thistle 1990 Saskatoon United 1989 Saskatoon United 1988 U. Saskatchewan Huskies 1987 Concordia Internationals 1986 Prince Albert Celtics 1985 Saskatoon United SC 1984 Saskatoon United SC 1983 Regina Concordia 1982 Saskatoon United SC 1981 Saskatoon United SC 1980 Saskatoon United SC 1979 Regina Concordia 1978 Regina Concordia 1977 Regina Concordia 1976 Regina Concordia 1975 Saskatoon United SC 1974 Saskatoon United SC 1973 Saskatoon United SC 1972 Saskatoon Internationals 1971 Regina Concordia 1970 Saskatoon Internationals 1969 Regina Concordia 1968 Saskatoon Concordia 1967 Saskatoon City 1966 Saskatoon Spartans 1965 Regina Concordia 1964 Regina Concordia 1963 Regina Concordia 1962 Regina Concordia

HONOURS

ALBERTA CUP (FEM.) 2016 Edmonton Northwest United 2015 Edmonton Victoria SC 2014 Edmonton Victoria SC 2013 Edmonton Victoria SC 2012 Edmonton Angels SC 2011 Edmonton Victoria SC 2010 Edmonton Victoria SC 2009 Edmonton Victoria SC 2008 Edmonton Northwest United SC 2007 Edmonton Victoria SC 2006 Calgary Dino Raiders 2005 Edmonton Victoria SC 2004 Edmonton Victoria SC 2003 Edmonton Victoria SC 2002 Edmonton Victoria SC 2001 Edmonton International Azzurre 2000 Edmonton Angels SC 1999 Edmonton Angels SC 1998 Edmonton International Azzurre 1997 Lethbridge Chargers SC 1996 Calgary Dino Raiders 1995 Edmonton Angels SC 1994 Lethbridge Chargers SC 1993 Lethbridge Chargers SC 1992 Edmonton International Azzurre 1991 Edmonton International Azzurre 1990 Edmonton Angels SC 1989 Edmonton Ajax 1988 Edmonton Angels SC 1987 Edmonton Angels SC 1986 Edmonton Angels SC 1985 Edmonton Angels SC 1984 Edmonton Angels SC 1983 Edmonton Angels SC 1982 Edmonton Angels SC 1981 Calgary Grasshoppers 1980 Edmonton Ajax

SASKATCHEWAN

NATIONAL

BENNETT SHIELD 1929 Edmonton CNR 1928 Kimberley Tunnel 1927 Michel Freebooters 1926 Michel Freebooters 1925 Edmonton Great War Vets 1924 Calgary Hillhurst FC 1923 Calgary Callies 1922 Calgary Hillhurst FC 1921 Edmonton Great War Vets 1920 Edmonton Great War Vets 1919 Calgary Hillhurst FC 1915 Lloydminster 1913 Edmonton Caledonians 1912 Calgary Callies 1911 Calgary Callies 1910 Calgary Callies 1909 Calgary Callies 1908 Calgary Callies

INTERNATIONAL

1991 Calgary Dinosaurs 1990 Edmonton Ital Canadians 1989 Edmonton Ital Canadians 1988 Edmonton Ital Canadians 1987 Edmonton Scottish SC 1986 Edmonton Ital Canadians 1985 Edmonton Ital Canadians 1984 Edmonton Ital Canadians 1983 Lethbridge Royals SC 1982 Calgary Springer Kickers 1981 Edmonton Ital Canadians 1980 Calgary Springer Kickers 1979 Edmonton Scottish SC 1978 Calgary Springer Kickers 1977 1976 Calgary Springer Kickers 1975 1974 Calgary Springer Kickers 1973 Calgary Springer Kickers 1972 Edmonton Scottish SC 1971 1970 1969 Calgary Shamrocks 1968 Calgary Buffalo Kickers FC 1967 Calgary Buffalo Kickers FC 1966 1965 Edmonton Rangers 1964 Calgary Buffalo Kickers FC 1963 Calgary Buffalo Kickers FC 1962 Edmonton Edelweiss 1961 Calgary Kickers FC 1960 Calgary Kickers FC 1959 Calgary Kickers FC 1958 Lethbridge Bombers 1957 1956 Calgary Danish Canadians 1955 Edmonton Victoria 1954 Edmonton North Side Legion 1953 Lethbridge Legion 1952 Edmonton North Side Legion 1951 1950 Calgary Callies 1949 Calgary Callies 1948 Edmonton North Side Legion 1947 Edmonton North Side Legion 1946 Edmonton North Side Legion CAMPBELL CUP 1940 Calgary Callies 1939 Edmonton Civics 1938 Calgary Callies 1937 Edmonton Civics 1936 Edmonton Civics 1935 Lethbridge Supinas 1934 Lethbridge Supinas 1933 Calgary Hillhurst FC 1932 Lethbridge Supinas 1931 Calgary Eaton’s Wanderers 1930 Edmonton CNR

CANADA SOCCER

PROVINCES


PROVINCES 1961 Regina Concordia 1960 Regina Concordia 1959 Saskatoon United SC 1958 Regina Concordia 1957 Regina Hungaria 1956 Regina Concordia 1955 Saskatoon United SC 1954 Regina Concordia 1953 Regina United 1952 Saskatoon Thistle 1951 Saskatoon Legion 1950 Saskatoon Legion 1949 Saskatoon Ahepas 1948 Mayfair Rangers 1947 Mayfair Rangers 1939 Regina Nationals 1938 Regina Nationals 1937 Saskatoon Legion 1936 Regina Nationals 1935 Saskatoon Thistle 1934 Regina Thistles 1933 Prince Albert City Reds 1932 Regina City 1931 Regina CNR 1930 Saskatoon Sons of England 1929 Prince Albert City 1928 Prince Albert Penitentiary 1927 Regina Post 1926 Moose Jaw CPR 1925 Prince Albert City 1924 Moose Jaw CPR 1923 Prince Albert 1923 Regina Post 1922 Regina Post 1921 Regina Thistles 1920 Prince Albert City 1914 Prince Albert City 1913 Prince Albert City 1912 Regina Capitals 1911 Saskatoon City 1910 Prince Albert 1909 Indian Head 1908 Moose Jaw City 1907 Saskatoon City 1906 Wapella SASKATCHEWAN CUP (FEM.) 2016 Saskatoon SK Impact FC 2015 Saskatoon Hollandia Impact 2013 Saskatoon Hollandia Impact 2012 Saskatoon Hollandia Impact 2011 Saskatoon Hollandia Impact 2009 Saskatoon NATA 2008 Saskatoon Arauco 2007 Regina ACFC Milano 2006 Saskatoon Huskie United 2005 Saskatoon Hollandia Impact 2004 WCP Royals

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2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1984 1983 1982 1981

WCP Atletica Saskatoon Matrix Prince Albert United FC Saskatoon Ultima FC Saskatoon Supra Truckers Saskatoon Ultima Saskatoon Truckers Saskatoon Huskie Truckers Saskatoon Huskie United Saskatoon Huskies Saskatoon Huskies Saskatoon Canadians Saskatoon Canadians Saskatoon Canadian SC Saskatoon Canadians Saskatoon Canadians Saskatoon White Lightning Regina Snukx Regina Snukx Regina Snukx

MANITOBA MANITOBA CUP (MASC.) 2016 FC Winnipeg Lions 2015 Winnipeg Juventus 2014 FC Winnipeg Lions 2013 FC Winnipeg Lions 2012 FC Winnipeg Lions 2011 Winnipeg Juventus 2010 Lucania SC 2009 Hellas SC 2008 Hellas SC 2007 Winnipeg Sons of Italy § (§ FC Winnipeg Lions) 2006 Lucania SC 2005 Lucania SC 2004 Lucania SC 2003 Sokol SC 2002 Sons of Italy § 2001 Lucania SC 2000 Lucania SC 1999 Lucania SC 1998 Sons of Italy § 1997 Lucania SC 1996 Sons of Italy § 1995 Winnipeg Polonia § (§ FC Winnipeg Lions) 1994 Lucania SC 1993 Winnipeg Germania 1992 Winnipeg Luso 1991 Lucania SC

1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1976 1974 1973 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925 1924 1923 1922 1921 1920 1919

Winnipeg Italia Lucania SC Winnipeg Italia SC Lucania SC Winnipeg Germania SC Winnipeg Italinter Winnipeg Thistles Winnipeg Tatra SC Winnipeg Tatra SC Fort Rouge Winnipeg Tatra SC Winnipeg Fort Rouge Winnipeg Thistle FC St. Stephen’s Hungaria FC Winnipeg Italia Winnipeg Thistle FC Winnipeg Italia Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish FC Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish FC Winnipeg United Weston FC Winnipeg United Weston FC Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish FC Winnipeg Germania FC Winnipeg Germania FC Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish FC Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish FC Winnipeg United Weston FC Winnipeg Germania FC Winnipeg Institute Provista AC Winnipeg Institute Provista AC Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish FC Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish FC Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish FC Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish FC Winnipeg Scottish FC Winnipeg United Weston FC Winnipeg Scottish FC Winnipeg Irish FC Winnipeg United Weston FC Winnipeg Irish FC Winnipeg Irish FC Winnipeg United Weston FC Winnipeg Irish FC Fort Rouge Rangers Fort Rouge Rangers Winnipeg Irish FC Fort Rouge Rangers Fort Rouge Rangers Winnipeg United Weston FC Winnipeg Scottish Winnipeg Nationals Robertson Memorial Winnipeg CNR Winnipeg United Weston FC Fort Rouge Rangers Winnipeg United Weston FC Fort Rouge Rangers Winnipeg Scottish


ONTARIO ONTARIO CUP (MASC.) 2016 Ottawa Gloucester Celtic 2015 London Marconi 2014 London Marconi 2013 Ottawa Gloucester Celtic 2012 AEK London FC 2011 Toronto Celtic

1937 Toronto Ulster United FC 1936 Toronto British Consols 1935 Toronto British Consols 1934 Falconbridge 1933 Falconbridge 1932 Falconbridge 1931 Toronto Scottish FC 1930 Hamilton Thistle FC 1929 Toronto Ulster United 1928 Toronto Scottish FC 1927 Toronto Ulster United 1926 Toronto Willys-Overland 1925 Hamilton Westinghouse 1924 Brantford Cockshutt FC Blues 1923 Guelph Taylor-Forbes 1922 Toronto Scottish FC 1921 Toronto Scottish FC 1920 Hamilton Westinghouse 1919 Toronto Old Country 1918 Toronto Scottish FC 1916 Hamilton Westinghouse 1916 Toronto Eatonians 1915 Toronto Lancashire 1914 Toronto Eaton’s 1913 Hamilton Lancashire 1912 Hamilton Westinghouse 1911 Hamilton Westinghouse 1910 Galt FC 1909 Toronto Thistle FC 1908 Little York 1907 Toronto Thistle FC 1906 Toronto Thistle FC 1905 Seaforth Hurons 1904 Toronto Scots 1903 Galt FC 1902 Galt FC 1901 Galt FC ONTARIO CUP (FEM.) 2016 Scarborough GS United 2015 Scarborough GS United 2014 Scarborough GS United 2013 Scarborough GS United 2012 North London Galaxy 2011 Windsor Caboto 2010 Barrie Spirit Bluebombers 2009 North London Galaxy 2008 North London Galaxy 2007 London City 2006 Ottawa Royals 2005 Oakville SC Storm 2004 Scarborough Azzurri 2003 Scarborough Azzurri 2002 Oakville SC 2001 Rexdale SC 2000 Rexdale SC Elites 1999 South Nepean United 1998 Nepean United

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AEK London FC Real Toronto AEK London FC Woodbridge Italia Ottawa St. Anthony Scarborough GS United Ottawa Royals Kanata Soccer Post London Portuguese Aurora SC Hearts Woodbridge Azzurri Woodbridge Sora Lazio Hamilton Serbian Dundas United Scarborough Azzurri Windsor Croatia Scarborough Azzurri Woodbridge Sora Lazio Scarborough Ulster Thistle Scarborough Azzurri Windsor Caboto Scarborough Azzurri Toronto SC Braga Arsenal Scarborough Azzurri SC Hamilton Steelers Toronto Emerald Dundas United Windsor Croatia Sports Club Hamilton Serbians SC Kitchener Waterloo Olympics Toronto Ciociaro Toronto Termitana London Italia Marconi Toronto Emerald Croatian Nationals Brantford Falcons Windsor Italia Toronto West Indies United Toronto San Fili Windsor Maple Leafs Hamilton Italo Canadian Sudbury White Eagles Toronto Royals Toronto Ballymena United London Italia Marconi Oshawa Italia FC Sudbury Italia FC Scarborough Thistles Toronto Royals Windsor Caboto Toronto Golden Mile Hamilton City Sudbury Olympics Windsor Corinthians Toronto Thistle FC Hamilton Westinghouse Toronto England United Hamilton City

HONOURS

MANITOBA CUP (FEM.) 2016 Winnipeg WSA North Stars 2015 Winnipeg Bisons FC 2014 Winnipeg Action FC 2013 Winnipeg WSA North Stars 2012 Winnipeg WSA North Stars 2011 Phoenix Fury 2010 Winnipeg WSA North Stars 2009 Winnipeg South End United 2008 Winnipeg South End United 2007 Winnipeg Sweat Shack 2006 Winnipeg Sweat Shack 2005 Winnipeg Sweat Shack 2004 Winnipeg Team United 2003 Winnipeg Sweat Shack Spirits 2002 Winnipeg Team United 2001 St.Boniface/St.Vital 2000 St.Boniface/St.Vital Flames 1999 St.Boniface/St.Vital 1998 St.Boniface/St.Vital 1997 St.Boniface/St.Vital 1996 St.Boniface/St.Vital Flames 1995 St.James Trovato 1994 St.James Trovato 1993 Winnipeg Sweat Shack Spirits 1992 Winnipeg Sweat Shack Spirits 1991 Winnipeg Sweat Shack Spirits 1990 Winnipeg Sweat Shack Spirits 1989 Winnipeg Sweat Shack Spirits 1988 Vitesse 1987 Winnipeg Sweat Shack Spirits 1986 Winnipeg Sweat Shack Spirits 1985 Winnipeg Strikers 1984 Winnipeg Sweat Shack Spirits 1983 Minnedosa 1982 Grant Park

2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1949 1940 1939

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Winnipeg United Weston FC Winnipeg Scottish Winnipeg United Weston FC Winnipeg United Weston FC Winnipeg Scottish Winnipeg Celtic Winnipeg Celtic Winnipeg Celtic Winnipeg United Weston FC

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PROVINCES 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977

Nepean United Scarborough Azzurri Scarborough Azzurri Blues Scarborough West Rouge Scarborough United Rowdies Oakville SC Scarborough United Oakville SC Oakville SC Scarborough United Oakville SC Scarborough United SC St. Catherines Scarborough United Oakville SC London Concordes London Concordes Niagara Springettes London Organic Health Foods London Organic Health Foods Armourdale Royal Reds

QUÉBEC COUPE DU QUÉBEC (MASC.) 2016 Blainville m21 2015 Verts Sherbrooke 2014 Royal-Sélect Beauport 2013 Royal-Sélect Beauport 2012 Royal-Sélect Beauport 2011 CS Mont-Royal Outremont 2010 Royal-Sélect Beauport 2009 Royal-Sélect Beauport 2008 Corfinium de St-Léonard 2007 Panellinios 2006 Sélect Trois-Rivières 2005 Panellinios 2004 Panellinios 2003 Panellinios 2002 Lakers Lac St-Louis 2001 Lakers Lac St-Louis 2000 CS Francheville 1999 FC Sélect Rive-Sud 1998 Rivière des Prairies 1997 Rivière des Prairies 1996 Cosmos LaSalle 1995 Mistral-Estrie 1994 Mistral-Estrie 1993 Canonniers Longueuil 1992 West Island (§ Lac St-Louis) 1991 West Island (§ Lac St-Louis) 1990 “Braves Ste-Thérèse 1989 Hampstead SC 1988 White Eagles 1987 CS Hermes Montréal 1986 CS Dollard 1985 Montréal Elio Blues

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1984 Montréal Elio Blues 1983 Montréal Elio Blues 1982 Aurore 1981 CS Hermes Montréal 1980 Olympiques Lasalle 1979 Olympiques Lasalle 1978 Montréal Elio Blues 1977 Olympique Lasalle 1976 Saint-Anthony 1975 CS Hermes Montréal 1974 Haïtiana Montréal 1973 St-Viateur Montréal 1972 Ukraina Montréal 1971 Superga 1970 Verdun 1969 Ukraina Montréal 1968 Québec Johl Rangers 1967 Celtic Verdun 1966 Lachine (Montréal) 1965 Lachine (Montréal) 1964 Saint-Paul Rovers 1962 Verdun 1961 Verdun 1960 Lachine (Montréal) 1959 Lachine (Montréal) 1958 Lachine (Montréal) 1957 Ukraina Montréal 1956 Sparta Montréal 1955 Ukraina Montréal 1954 Vickers Montréal 1953 Vickers Montréal 1952 Vickers Montréal 1951 Cancar Montréal (prev. Carsteel) 1950 Stelco Montréal 1949 Vickers Montréal 1948 Montréal Carsteel FC 1947 Stelco Montréal 1946 Stelco Montréal 1940 Maisonneuve Rovers 1939 Montréal Carsteel FC 1938 Montréal Carsteel FC 1937 Montréal Carsteel FC 1936 Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (Aldred) 1935 Montréal Aldred (NDG) 1934 Montréal Carsteel FC 1933 Montréal Carsteel FC 1932 Montréal Carsteel FC 1931 Montréal Carsteel FC 1930 Montréal Blue Bonnets 1929 Montréal Blue Bonnets 1928 Montréal CNR 1927 Montréal Carsteel FC 1926 Montréal CPR 1925 Montréal Carsteel FC 1924 Sons of Scotland 1923 Beloeil Canadian Explosives 1922 Montréal Grenadier Guards 1921 Montréal CPR 1920 Sons of Scotland 1919 Montréal Grand Trunk FC

1918 1917 1916 1915 1914 1913 1912 1911

Vickers Montréal Locomotives Montréal Vickers Montréal Montréal Grand Trunk FC CPR Montréal Lachine (Montréal) Sons of England Sons of England

COUPE DU QUÉBEC (FÉM.) 2016 Royal-Sélect Beauport 2015 Royal-Sélect Beauport 2014 Delta Laval 2013 Royal-Sélect Beauport 2012 Royal-Sélect Beauport 2011 Royal-Sélect Beauport 2010 Verts Sherbrooke 2008 Verts Sherbrooke 2007 Dynamo Québec 2006 FC Sélect Rive-Sud 2005 Dynamo Québec 2004 Lakers Lac St-Louis 2003 Lakers Lac St-Louis 2002 FC Sélect Rive-Sud 2001 Mistral-Estrie 2000 FC Sélect Rive-Sud 1999 Mistral-Estie 1998 Dynamo Québec 1997 Lakeshore SC 1996 Dynamo Québec 1995 CS Oméga Montréal 1994 Hampstead SC 1993 Lakeshore SC 1992 Lakeshore SC 1991 Dorval 1990 Dorval 1989 Dorval United 1988 Vasco da Gama SC 1987 Univestrie 1986 Univestrie 1985 Dorval

NEW BRUNSWICK SOCCER NEW BRUNSWICK (MASC.) 2016 Fredericton Picaroons Reds 2015 Fredericton Picaroons Reds 2014 Fredericton Picaroons Reds 2012 Fredericton Picaroons Reds 2011 Fredericton Picaroons Reds 2007 Fredericton Picaroons Reds 1998 Fredericton Athletics Other winners exist SOCCER NEW BRUNSWICK (FEM.) 2016 Fredericton Picaroons Reds 1998 Fundy United


PROVINCES

NOVA SCOTIA (FEM.) 2016 Halifax Dunbrack SC 2015 Halifax Dunbrack SC 2014 Halifax Dunbrack SC 2013 Halifax Dunbrack SC 2012 Suburban FC 2011 Halifax Dunbrack SC 2010 Halifax Dunbrack SC 2009 Halifax Dunbrack SC 2008 Halifax City 2007 Halifax City 2006 Halifax County United Athens 2005 Halifax Athens United 2004 Halifax Athens United 2003 Halifax Athens United

PEI CUP (MASC.) 2016 PEI FC 2015 PEI FC

NEWFOUNDLAND LABRADOR NEWFOUNDLAND LABRADOR (MASC.) 2016 St. Lawrence Laurentians 2015 Holy Cross SC 2014 Holy Cross SC 2013 St. Lawrence Laurentians 2012 Holy Cross SC 2011 Holy Cross SC 2010 Holy Cross SC 2009 Holy Cross SC 2008 St. Lawrence Laurentians 2007 St. Lawrence Laurentians 2006 St. Lawrence Laurentians 2005 St. Lawrence Laurentians 2004 Marystown United 2003 Mount Pearl FC 2002 St. Lawrence Laurentians 2001 St. Lawrence Laurentians 2000 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1999 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1998 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1997 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1996 St. Lawrence Laurentians

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PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

1995 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1994 Holy Cross SC 1993 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1992 Holy Cross SC 1991 Burin Eagles 1990 Burin Eagles 1989 Holy Cross SC 1988 Holy Cross SC 1987 Lawn Shamrocks 1986 Holy Cross SC 1985 Holy Cross SC 1984 Holy Cross SC 1983 Holy Cross SC 1982 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1981 Holy Cross SC 1980 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1979 Holy Cross Crusaders 1978 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1977 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1976 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1975 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1974 Grand Bank Geebees 1973 Holy Cross SC 1972 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1971 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1970 Grand Bank 1969 Feildians 1968 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1967 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1966 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1965 Guards 1964 Feildians 1963 St. Pat’s 1962 Grand Bank 1961 Corner Brook 1960 Grand Bank 1959 Guards 1958 Guards 1957 Guards 1956 Corner Brook 1955 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1954 Corner Brook 1953 St. John’s SC 1952 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1951 St. Lawrence Laurentians 1950 Holy Cross SC

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NOVA SCOTIA (MASC.) 2016 Western Halifax FC 2015 Dartmouth United SC 2014 Dartmouth United 2013 Halifax City 2012 Halifax City 2011 Suburban FC 2010 Halifax Dunbrack City Mazda 2009 Halifax City 2008 Halifax City 2007 Halifax City 2006 Scotia M-I Men 2005 Halifax Celtics 2004 Halifax Celtics 2003 Halifax Celtics 2002 Halifax King of Donair 2001 Halifax King of Donair 2000 Halifax King of Donair 1999 Halifax Dunbrack 1998 Halifax Dunbrack 1997 Halifax Dunbrack 1996 Halifax King of Donair 1995 Halifax King of Donair 1994 Halifax King of Donair 1993 Halifax King of Donair 1992 Halifax King of Donair 1991 Cole Harbor 1990 Dartmouth United 1989 Halifax King of Donair 1988 1987 Dartmouth United Moosehead 1986 1985 1984 Dartmouth United Olands 1983 Halifax King of Donair 1982 Dartmouth United Olands 1981 Halifax Privateers 1980 Halifax Privateers 1979 Scotia Olympics Other winners exist

Scotia Olympics Scotia Olympics Forest Hills Forest Hills Forest Hills Forest Hills Halifax City Mazda Halifax City Mazda Dartmouth United Cape Breton Kixx Halifax City Mazda Dartmouth City Mazda Dartmouth City Mazda Halifax Resolutes Halifax Resolutes Dartmouth United Alpines Lunenberg Lasers SC Lunenberg Lasers SC Lunenberg Lasers SC Halifax Econocolor

NEWFOUNDLAND LABRADOR (FEM.) 2016 Holy Cross SC 2015 CBS Kirby United SC 2014 CBS Kirby United SC 2014 CBS Kirby Group Holy Cross 2012 CBS Kirby Group Holy Cross 2011 Holy Cross SC 2010 Holy Cross SC 2009 EPR Kirby The Dock 2008 EPR Kirby The Dock

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NOVA SCOTIA

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LIGUE DES CHAMPIONS CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 2008-08-27 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC W 1:0 L Real Estelí Saputo 13,034 2008-09-02 Comayagua, HON Real Estelí (NCA) D 0:0 D Impact Montréal FC Carlos Miranda 1,000 PRELIMINARY : Montréal wins series 1-0 / PRÉLIMINAIRE : Montréal gagne la série 1-0. 2008-09-17 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC W 2:0 L Joe Public FC Saputo 7,631 2008-09-24 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC D 0:0 D Atlante FC Saputo 12,187 2008-10-01 Tegucigalpa, HON CD Olimpia L 1:2 W Impact Montréal FC Tiburcio Carías 7,224 2008-10-08 Port of Spain, TRI Joe Public FC L 1:4 W Impact Montréal FC Hasely Crawford 2,000 2008-10-21 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC D 1:1 D CD Olimpia Saputo 8,961 2008-10-28 Cancún, QR, MEX Atlante FC W 2:1 L Impact Montréal FC Andrés Quintana 4,312 GROUP / GROUPE : Atlante 11 points; Montréal 11 points; CD Olimpia 8 points; Joe Public 3 points. 2009-02-25 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC W 2:0 L Santos Laguna Olympique 55,571 2009-03-05 Torreón, CO, MEX Santos Laguna W 5:2 L Impact Montréal FC Corona 12,000 QUARTER-FINALS : Santos Laguna wins series 5-4 / QUART : Santos Laguna gagne la série 1-0. DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 2009-07-29 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC L 0:1 W Puerto Rico Islanders BMO Field 20,758 2009-08-04 Bayamón, PUR Puerto Rico Islanders D 0:0 D Toronto FC Juan Ramón 6,000 PRELIMINARY : Puerto Rico wins series 1-0 / PRÉLIMINAIRE : Puerto Rico gagne la série 1-0. DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 2010-07-27 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC W 1:0 L CD Motagua BMO Field 18,891 2010-08-03 Tegucigalpa, HON CD Motagua D 2:2 D Toronto FC Tiburcio Carías 8,000 PRELIMINARY : Toronto wins series 3-2 / PRÉLIMINAIRE : Toronto gagne la série 3-2. 2010-08-17 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC W 2:1 L Cruz Azul (MEX) BMO Field 16,862 2010-08-24 La Chorrera, PAN CD Árabe Unido W 0:1 L Toronto FC Agustín Sánchez 3,400 2010-09-15 Sandy, UT, USA Real Salt Lake W 1:4 W Toronto FC Rio Tinto 11,579 2010-09-21 México, DF, MEX Cruz Azul D 0:0 D Toronto FC Azul 5,280 2010-09-28 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC D 1:1 D Real Salt Lake BMO Field 10,581 2010-10-19 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC W 1:0 L CD Árabe Unido BMO Field 10,385 GROUP / GROUPE : Salt Lake 13 points; Cruz Azul 10 points; Toronto 8 points; Árabe Unido 3 points. DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 2011-07-27 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC W 2:1 L Real Estelí BMO Field 9,241 2011-08-02 Estelí, NCA Real Estelí L 1:2 W Toronto FC Independencia 4,500 PRELIMINARY : Toronto wins series 4-2 / PRÉLIMINAIRE : Toronto gagne la série 4-2. 2011-08-18 Ciudad Panamá, PAN Tauro FC L 1:2 W Toronto FC Rommel Fernández 1,905 2011-08-25 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC L 0:1 W FC Dallas BMO Field 500 2011-09-14 México, DF, MEX Pumas UNAM W 4:0 L Toronto Olímpico 3,382 2011-09-20 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC W 1:0 L Tauro FC BMO Field 10,132 2011-09-27 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC D 1:1 D Pumas UNAM BMO Field 9,115 2011-10-18 Dallas, TX, USA FC Dallas L 0:3 W Toronto FC Pizza Hut Park 2,578 GROUP / GROUPE : Pumas 11 points; Toronto 10 points; Dallas 7 points; Tauro 5 points. 2012-03-07 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC D 2:2 D Los Angeles Galaxy Rogers Centre 47,658 2012-03-14 Carson, CA, USA Los Angeles Galaxy L 1:2 W Toronto FC Home Depot Center 7,500 QUARTER-FINALS : Toronto wins series 4-3 / QUART : Toronto gagne la série 4-3. 2012-03-28 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC D 1:1 D Santos Laguna BMO Field 18,950 2012-04-04 Torreón, CO, MEX Santos Laguna W 6:2 L Toronto FC Corona 26,843 SEMIS : Santos Laguna wins series 7-3 / DEMI : Santos Laguna gagne la série 7-3. DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 2012-08-01 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC W 5:1 L CD Águila BMO Field 5,324 2012-08-28 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC L 1:3 W Santos Laguna (MEX) BMO Field 10,951 2012-09-25 San Salvador, SLV CD Águila L 0:3 W Toronto FC Cuscatlán 319 2012-10-24 Torreón, CO, MEX Santos Laguna W 1:0 L Toronto FC Corona 7,478 GROUP / GROUPE : Santos Laguna 12 points; Toronto 6 points; Águila 0 points.

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LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC W 1:0 L CD FAS Saputo San Salvador, SLV CD FAS L 2:3 W Impact Montréal FC Cuscatlán Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC W 1:0 L New York Red Bulls Saputo Harrison, NJ, USA New York Red Bulls FC D 1:1 D Impact Montréal FC Red Bull Arena GROUP / GROUPE : Montréal 10 points; New York 5 points; Santa Ana 1 point. 2015-02-24 Pachuca, HI, MEX CF Pachuca D 2:2 D Impact Montréal FC Hidalgo 2015-03-03 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC D 1:1 D CF Pachuca Olympique 38,104 QUARTER : Montréal wins series (away goals) / QUART : Montréal gagne la série (avantage sur les buts en déplacement). 2015-03-18 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC W 2:0 L LD Alajuelense Olympique 33,675 2015-04-07 Alajuela, CRC LD Alajuelense W 4:2 L Impact Montréal FC Alejandro Morera 17,895 SEMIS : Montréal wins series (away goals) / DEMI : Montréal gagne la série (avantage sur les buts en déplacement). 2015-04-22 Mexico, DF, MEX CF América D 1:1 D Impact Montréal FC Azteca 56,783 2015-04-29 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC L 2:4 W CF América Olympique 61,004 FINAL : CF América wins series 5-3 / CF América gagne la série 5-3. LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC D 1:1 D Seattle Sounders FC (USA) BC Place 19,683 Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC W 1:0 L CD Olimpia (HON) BC Place 15,491 Seattle, WA, USA Seattle Sounders FC W 3:0 L Vancouver Whitecaps FC CenturyLink 37,624 Tegucigalpa, HON CD Olimpia (HON) W 1:0 L Vancouver Whitecaps FC Tiburcio Carías GROUP / GROUPE : Seattle 7 points; CD Olimpia 6 points; Vancouver 4 points.

DATE 2016-08-02 2016-08-23 2016-09-13 2016-09-28

LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT Couva, TRI Central FC L 0:1 W Vancouver Whitecaps FC Ato Bolden Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC W 3:0 L Sporting Kaansas City BC Place 16,383 Kansas City, MO, USA Sporting KansasCity L 1:2 W Vancouver Whitecaps FC Children’s 13,422 Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC W 4:1 L Central FC BC Place 17,038 GROUP / GROUPE : Vancouver 12 points; Kansas City 4 points; Central 1 point.

CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP 2008 CHAMPIONS : IMPACT MONTRÉAL FC 2008 IMPACT MONTRÉAL FC : Luis Aguilar, Pato Aguilera, Dwight Barnett, Mauro Biello, Adam Braz, Roberto Brown, Leonardo Di Lorenzo, Simon Gatti, Charles Gbeke, Gabriel Gervais, Joey Gjertsen, Severino Jefferson, Cédric Joqueviel, Matt Jordan, Patrick Leduc, Sita-Taty Matondo, Stefano Pesoli, Nevio Pizzolitto, Rocco Placentino, Antonio Ribeiro, Alex Surprenant, David Testo, Davy Uwimana, Andrew Weber. Entraîneur / head coach John Limniatis. DATE 2008-05-27 2008-06-17 2008-06-25 2008-07-01 2008-07-09 2008-07-22

LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC L 0:1 W Toronto FC Saputo 12,083 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC W 2:0 L Vancouver Whitecaps FC Saputo 10,054 Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC L 0:2 W Impact Montréal FC Swangard 4,412 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC L 0:1 W Vancouver Whitecaps FC BMO Field 18,938 Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC D 2:2 D Toronto FC Swangard 5,228 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC D 1:1 D Impact Montréal FC BMO Field 20,107 FINAL : Montréal 7 points; Toronto 5 points; Vancouver 4 points.

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NATIONAL

DATE 2015-08-05 2015-09-16 2015-09-23 2015-10-22

HALL of FAME

DATE 2014-08-05 2014-08-20 2014-09-17 2014-10-22

HONOURS

DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 2013-08-07 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC W 1:0 L San Jose Earthquakes Saputo 15,115 2013-08-21 Morales, GUA CD Heredia W 1:0 L Impact Montréal FC Cementos Progreso 563 2013-09-17 San Jose, CA, USA San Jose Earthquakes W 3:0 L Impact Montréal FC Buck Shaw 6,128 2013-09-24 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC W 2:0 L CD Heredia Saputo 13,703 GROUP / GROUPE : San Jose 6 points & +2 goals; Montréal 6 points & -1 goals; Heredia 6 points & -1 goals.

CANADA SOCCER

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE


CHAMPIONNAT 2009 CHAMPIONS : TORONTO FC 2009 TORONTO FC : Nana Attakora, Chad Barrett, Jim Brennan, Sam Cronin, Dwayne De Rosario, Danny Dichio, Brian Edwards, Stefan Frei, Gabriel Gala, Nick Garcia, Emmanuel Gomez, Amado Guevara, Kevin Harmse, Fuad Ibrahim, Rohan Ricketts, Carl Robinson, Adrian Serioux, Johann Smith, Greg Sutton, Marco Velez, Pablo Vitti, Marvell Wynne. Head coach / entraîneur Chris Cummins. DATE 2009-05-06 2009-05-13 2009-05-20 2009-05-27 2009-06-02 2009-06-18

LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC W 1:0 L Vancouver Whitecaps FC BMO Field 19,811 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC W 1:0 L Impact Montréal FC BMO Field 19,872 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC L 0:2 W Vancouver Whitecaps FC Saputo 11,483 Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC W 1:0 L Impact Montréal FC Swangard 5,134 Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC W 2:0 L Toronto FC Swangard 5,688 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC L 1:6 W Toronto FC Saputo 11,561 FINAL : Toronto 9 points & +5 goals/buts; Vancouver 9 points & +4 goals/buts; Montréal 0 points.

2010 CHAMPIONS : TORONTO FC 2010 TORONTO FC : Nana Attakora, Chad Barrett, Adrian Cann, Jon Conway, Oscar Cordon, Sam Cronin, Julian de Guzman, Dwayne De Rosario, Stefan Frei, Gabriel Gala, Nick Garcia, Dan Gargan, Ty Harden, Doneil Henry, Raivis Hščanovičs, Fuad Ibrahim, Milos Kočić, Nick LaBrocca, Nicholas Lindsay, Allando Matheson, Brennan McNicoll, Joseph Nane, Jacob Peterson, Amadou Sanyang, Martin Saric, Matt Stinson, Maksim Usanov, O’Brian White. Head coach / entraîneur Preki. DATE 2010-04-28 2010-05-05 2010-05-12 2010-05-19 2010-05-26 2010-06-02

LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC W 2:0 L Impact Montréal FC BMO Field 21,436 Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC D 1:1 D Impact Montréal FC Swangard 4,325 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC L 0:1 W Toronto FC Saputo 10,737 Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC D 0:0 D Toronto FC Swangard 4,928 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC D 1:1 D Vancouver Whitecaps FC Saputo 10,959 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC D 0:0 D Vancouver Whitecaps FC BMO Field 15,176 FINAL : Toronto 8 points; Vancouver 4 points; Montréal 2 points.

2011 CHAMPIONS : TORONTO FC 2011 TORONTO FC : Nana Attakora, Danleigh Borman, Adrian Cann, Oscar Cordon, Julian de Guzman, Richard Eckersley, Stefan Frei, Dan Gargan, Matt Gold, Alan Gordon, Ty Harden, Doneil Henry, Milos Kočić, Maicon Santos, Javier Martina, Jacob Peterson, Joao Plata, Nick Soolsma, Alen Stevanović, Matt Stinson, Nathan Sturgis, Tony Tchani, Dicoy Williams, Mikael Yourassowsky, Gianluca Zavarise. Head coach / entraîneur Aron Winter. DATE 2011-04-27 2011-04-27 2011-05-04 2011-05-04 DATE 2011-05-18 2011-07-02

LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC L 0:1 W Vancouver Whitecaps FC Saputo 8,412 Edmonton, AB, CAN FC Edmonton L 0:3 W Toronto FC Commonwealth 5,781 Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC L 0:1 W Impact Montréal FC Empire Field 16,611 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC W 1:0 L FC Edmonton BMO Field 17,937 LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC D 1:1 D Toronto FC Empire Field 15,474 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC W 2:1 L Vancouver Whitecaps BMO Field 18,212 FINAL : Toronto wins series 3-2 / Toronto gagne la série 3-2.

2012 CHAMPIONS : TORONTO FC 2012 TORONTO FC : Miguel Aceval, Eric Avila, Junior Burgos, Adriann Cann, Julian de Guzman, Terry Dunfield, Richard Eckersley, Logan Emory, Torsten Frings, Jeremy Hall, Ty Harden, Doneil Henry, Ryan Johnson, Milos Kočić, Danny Koev-

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2013 IMPACT MONTRÉAL FC : Davy Arnaud, Patrice Bernier, Jeb Brovsky, Evan Bush, Hassoun Camara, Maxime Crépeau, Marco Di Vaio, Matteo Ferrari, Dennis Iapichino, Wandrille Lefèvre, Calum Mallace, Justin Mapp, Felipe Martins, Alessandro Nesta, Sanna Nyassi, Karl W. Ouimette, Daniele Paponi, Troy Perkins, Andrea Pisanu, Andrés Romero, Blake Smith, Maxim Tissot, Sinisa Ubiparipovic, Collen Warner, Andrew Wenger. Entraîneur / head coach Marco Schällibaum. DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 2013-04-24 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC W 2:0 L Impact Montréal FC BMO Field 11,043 2013-04-24 Edmonton, AB, CAN FC Edmonton L 2:3 W Vancouver Whitecaps FC Commonwealth 2,838 2013-05-01 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC W 6:0 L Toronto FC Saputo 14,931 2013-05-01 Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC W 2:0 L FC Edmonton BC Place 14,892 DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 2013-05-15 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC D 0:0 D Vancouver Whitecaps FC Saputo 12,016 2013-05-29 Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC D 2:2 D Impact Montréal FC BC Place 18,183 FINAL : Montréal wins series (more away goals) / Montréal gagne la série (avantage sur les buts en déplacement).

2014 CHAMPIONS : IMPACT MONTRÉAL FC 2014 IMPACT MONTRÉAL FC : Hernan Bernardello, Patrice Bernier, Jeb Brovsky, Evan Bush, Hassoun Camara, Marco Di Vaio, Matteo Ferrari, Jérémy Gagnon-Laparé, Santiago González, Anthony Jackson-Hamel, Wandrille Lefèvre, Adrian Lopez, Calum Mallace, Justin Mapp, Felipe Martins, Jack McInerney, Amine Meftouh, Victor Ndiaye, Sanna Nyassi, Karl W. Ouimette, Heath Pearce, Troy Perkins, Nelson Rivas, Andrés Romero, Blake Smith, Maxim Tissot, Collen Warner. Entraîneur / head coach Frank Klopas. DATE 2014-04-23 2014-04-30 2014-05-07 2014-05-07 2014-05-14 2014-05-14 DATE 2014-05-28 2014-06-04

LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT Ottawa, ON, CAN Ottawa Fury FC D 0:0 D FC Edmonton Keith Harris 2,411 Edmonton, AB, CAN FC Edmonton W 3:1 L Ottawa Fury FC Clarke Field 2,001 Edmonton, AB, CAN FC Edmonton W 2:1 L Impact Montréal FC Clarke Field 1,946 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC W 2:1 L Vancouver Whitecaps FC BMO Field 22,591 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC W 4:2 L FC Edmonton Saputo 12,826 Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC W 2:1 L Toronto FC BC Place 18,470 LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC D 1:1 D Impact Montréal FC BMO Field 18,269 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC W 1:0 L Toronto FC Saputo 13,423 FINAL : Montréal wins series 2-1 / Montréal gagne la série 2-1.

2015 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER WHITECAPS FC 2015 VANCOUVER WHITECAPS FC : Samuel Adekugbe, Steven Beitashour, Marco Carducci, Caleb Clarke, Christian Dean, Robert Earnshaw, Deybi Flores, Kianz Froese, Jordan Harvey, Erik Hurtado, Gershon Koffie, Matías Laba,

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2013 CHAMPIONS : IMPACT MONTRÉAL FC

HONOURS

LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC D 0:0 D Toronto FC Olympique 13,405 Edmonton, AB, CAN FC Edmonton L 0:2 W Vancouver Whitecaps Commonwealth 3,777 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC W 2:0 L Impact Montréal FC BMO Field 15,016 Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC W 3:1 L FC Edmonton BC Place 15,011 LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC D 1:1 D Toronto FC BC Place 14,878 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC W 1:0 L Vancouver Whitecaps FC BMO Field 13,777 FINAL : Toronto wins series 2-1 / Toronto gagne la série 1-0.

NATIONAL

DATE 2012-05-02 2012-05-02 2012-05-09 2012-05-09 DATE 2012-05-16 2012-05-23

INTERNATIONAL

ermans, Reggie Lambe, Ashtone Morgan, Joao Plata, Quillan Roberts, Luis Silva, Nick Soolsma, Matt Stinson. Head coach / entraîneur Aron Winter.

CANADA SOCCER

CHAMPIONSHIP


CHAMPIONNAT Kekuta Maneh, Darren Mattocks, Ben McKendry, Nicolás Mezquida, Pedro Morales, David Ousted, Tim Parker, Octavio Rivero, Diego Rodríguez, Mauro Rosales, Ethen Simpson, Jordan Smith, Cristian Techera, Russell Teibert, Paolo Tornaghi, Kendall Waston. Head coach / entraîneur Carl Robinson. DATE 2015-04-22 2015-04-29 2015-05-06 2015-05-13 2015-05-13 2015-05-20 DATE 2015-08-12 2015-08-26

LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT Ottawa, ON, CAN Ottawa Fury FC L 1:3 W FC Edmonton TD Place 2,402 Edmonton, AB, CAN FC Edmonton W 3:1 L Ottawa Fury FC Clarke Field 1,858 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC W 1:0 L Toronto FC Saputo 12,518 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC W 3:2 L Impact Montréal FC BMO Field 21,069 Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC D 1:1 D FC Edmonton BC Place 15,283 Edmonton, AB, CAN FC Edmonton L 1:2 W Vancouver Whitecaps FC Clarke Field 3,803 LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC D 2:2 D Vancouver Whitecaps FC Saputo 12,395 Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC W 2:0 L Impact Montréal FC BC Place 19,616 FINAL : Vancouver wins series 4-2 / Vancouver gagne la série 4-2.

2016 CHAMPIONS : TORONTO FC 2016 TORONTO FC : Molham Babouli, Steven Beitashour, Mark Bloom, Alex Bono, Jay Chapman, Benoît Cheyrou, Marky Delgado, Raheem Edwards, Tsubasa Endoh, Sebastian Giovinco, Nick Hagglund, Jordan Hamilton, Clint Irwin, Brian James, Malik Johnson, Will Johnson, Daniel Lovitz, Drew Moor, Ashtone Morgan, Justin Morrow, Jonathan Osorio, Damien Perquis, Quillan Roberts, Josh Williams, Eriq Zavaleta. Head coach / entraîneur Greg Vanney. DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 2016-05-11 Edmonton, AB, CAN FC Edmonton L 0:3 W Ottawa Fury FC Clarke Field 3,000 2016-05-18 Ottawa, ON, CAN Ottawa Fury FC L 0:2 W FC Edmonton TD Place 3,946 2016-06-01 Ottawa, ON, CAN Ottawa Fury FC W 2:0 L Vancouver Whitecaps FC TD Place 9,057 2016-06-01 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC W 4:2 L Impact Montréal FC BMO Field 22,143 2016-06-08 Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC W 3:0 L Ottawa Fury FC BC Place 17,863 2016-06-08 Montréal, QC, CAN Impact Montréal FC D 0:0 D Toronto FC Saputo 18,964 DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 2016-06-21 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto FC W 1:0 L Vancouver Whitecaps FC BMO Field 20,011 2016-06-29 Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Whitecaps FC W 2:1 L Toronto FC BC Place 19,376 FINAL : Toronto wins series (more away goals) / Toronto gagne la série (avantage sur les buts en déplacement).

HIGHLIGHTS / FAITS SAILLANTS

A year-by-year recap of who scored the Championship winning goal, who won the George Gross Memorial Trophy (as MVP), and who initially lifted the Voyageurs Cup as team captain. / Une récapitulation d’année en année de l’auteur du but gagnant, du récipiendaire du trophée George-Gross (joueur par excellence) et qui a soulevé la Coupe des Voyageurs comme capitaine de l’équipe championne. YEAR TEAM GOAL / BUT GEORGE GROSS TROPHY / TROPHÉE 2016 Toronto FC Will Johnson Benoît Cheyrou Benoît Cheyrou 2015 Vancouver Whitecaps FC Octavio Rivero Russell Teibert Pedro Morales 2014 Impact Montréal FC Felipe Martins Justin Mapp Patrice Bernier 2013 Impact Montréal FC Hassoun Camara Justin Mapp Patrice Bernier 2012 Toronto FC Reggie Lambe Ryan Johnson Torsten Frings 2011 Toronto FC Mikael Yourassowsky Joao Plata Maicon Santos 2010 Toronto FC Philippe Billy * Dwayne De Rosario Dwayne De Rosario 2009 Toronto FC Chad Barrett Dwayne De Rosario Jim Brennan 2008 Impact Montréal FC Roberto Brown Matt Jordan Nevio Pizzolitto * In 2010, Montréal’s Philippe Billy scored the decisive goal against Vancouver which clinched the title for Toronto. * En 2010, Philippe Billy de Montréal a marqué le but décisif contre Vancouver, qui a assuré la conquête du titre pour Toronto.

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DATE 1913-09-01 1913-09-02 1913-09-03 1913-09-04 1913-09-05 1913-09-06

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William CPR W 3:2 L Toronto Old Country Arena 2,000 Fort William, ON, CAN Norwood Wanderers W 3:0 L Lachine Arena 3,000 Fort William, ON, CAN Norwood Wanderers D 1:1 D Toronto Old Country Arena Fort William, ON, CAN Lachine W 3:0 L Fort William CPR Arena Fort William, ON, CAN Toronto Old Country D 0:0 D Lachine Arena Fort William, ON, CAN Norwood Wanderers D 2:2 D Fort William CPR Arena FINAL : St. Boniface 4 points; Lachine 3 points; Fort William 3 points; Toronto 2 points.

1914 CHAMPIONS : NORWOOD WANDERERS 1914 NORWOOD WANDERERS of ST. BONIFACE : Harry Ambler, Baird, Billy Bradshaw, Grant, Jackson, McDowell, Harry McMaster, McRae, Nicholson, Patterson, Albert Shoobert, Alex Simpson, Walter Simpson, Steele, Wakely. DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1914-09-07 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Norwood Wanderers D 0:0 D Toronto Eaton’s Winnipeg 4,500 1914-09-07 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fort William CPR W 4:1 L Regina Leader Exhibition 1914-09-08 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Norwood Wanderers D 1:1 D Fort William CPR Winnipeg 1914-09-08 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Lachine W 2:0 L Regina Leader Winnipeg 1914-09-10 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Norwood Wanderers W 2:0 L Regina Leader Winnipeg 1914-09-10 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Toronto Eaton’s W 3:1 L Lachine Winnipeg 1914-09-11 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Lachine D 0:0 D Fort William CPR Winnipeg 1914-09-11 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Toronto Eaton’s W 1:0 L Regina Leader Winnipeg 1914-09-12 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Toronto Eaton’s L 1:3 W Fort William CPR Winnipeg 1914-09-12 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Norwood Wanderers W 1:0 L Lachine Winnipeg FINAL : St. Boniface 6 points; Fort William 6 points; Toronto 5 points; Lachine 3 points; Regina 0 points.

CONNAUGHT SERIES 1915-1925 SÉRIE CONNAUGHT The Connaught Cup playdowns unfolded usually until a “Western” winner faced an “Eastern” winner in the national final. The competition was suspended from 1916-18 (during the Great War). In 1920, Hamilton received a bye into the final while Winnipeg and Fort William had to play through a semi-final. In 1922, Fort William withdrew from the Eastern competition, allowing Toronto Ulster United to advance to the final. The national winner was awarded the Connaught Cup. / La finale de la coupe Connaught opposait habituellement le champion de l’Ouest au champion de l’Est. Le tournoi a été suspendu de 1916 à 1918 (durant la Grande Guerre). En 1920, Hamilton a profité d’un laissez-passer en finale tandis que Winnipeg et Fort William ont fait les frais d’une demi-finale. En 1922, Fort William s’est retiré du tournoi de l’Est, permettant à L’Ulster United de Toronto de passer en finale. Le champion national recevait la coupe Connaught.

1915 CHAMPIONS : WINNIPEG SCOTTISH 1915 WINNIPEG SCOTTISH FC : Jocko Anderson, W. Anderson, Andy Campbell, Bob Cook, William Corrie, Alec Dick, Charles Forsyth, George Gardiner, Bill Innes, George Mair, Johnny Plenderleith, Alex Ross, Howard Wood. Manager / gérant Dan McNeil.

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1913 NORWOOD WANDERERS of ST. BONIFACE : W. Anderson, Billy Bradshaw, Bob Cook, Bill Innes, B. Mayson, Billy McFarlane, Harry McMaster, Albert Shoobert, Simmonds, Alex Simpson, Bob Whitehead. Manager / gérant F.H. Rogers.

HONOURS

1913 CHAMPIONS : NORWOOD WANDERERS

NATIONAL

With four teams in 1913 and five teams in 1914, the final teams played a round-robin series after which final standings were determined. The winner was presented the Connaught Cup. / Avec quatre équipes en 1913 et cinq en 1914, les finalistes ont disputé un tournoi à la ronde où le classement final déterminait le champion et récipiendaire de la coupe Connaught.

INTERNATIONAL

CONNAUGHT SERIES 1913-1914 SÉRIE CONNAUGHT

CANADA SOCCER

CONNAUGHT


CONNAUGHT DATE 1915-08-06 1915-08-07 1915-08-02 1915-08-07 DATE 1915-08-11 1915-08-12

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Scottish W 1:0 L Fort William CPR Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Scottish W 2:1 L Fort William CPR Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Lancashire W 3:0 L Grand Trunk Montréal U. of Toronto Montréal, QC, CAN Grand Trunk Montréal D 1:1 D Toronto Lancashire Alexandra LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Lancashire D 0:0 D Winnipeg Scottish Varsity Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Lancashire L 1:6 W Winnipeg Scottish Varsity FINAL : Winnipeg wins series 6-1 / Winnipeg gagne la série 6-1.

ATT 2,500 2,700 4,000 ATT 3,000 4,500

1919 CHAMPIONS : MONTRÉAL GRAND TRUNK FC 1919 MONTRÉAL GRAND TRUNK FC : Davie Adamson, Chic Craigie, W. Frier, Bobby Harris, J. Jones, Jimmy McLaggan, Jimmy McLeish, Alec Rae, Alec Smith, Eddie Stott, Bill Worsley, Artie Woutersz. Alternates D. Adams, W. Adams, G. Mann, Johnny Rooney. DATE 1919-08-02 1919-08-03 1919-08-04 1919-08-06 1919-08-09 DATE 1919-08-14 1919-08-16

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg War Veterans W 2:0 L Port Arthur Pascoes Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg War Veterans L 1:3 W Port Arthur Pascoes Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg War Veterans W 5:1 L Port Arthur Pascoes Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Old Country W 4:1 L Montréal Grand Trunk FC Varsity Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Grand Trunk FC W 5:0 L Toronto Old Country LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Grand Trunk FC W 2:1 L Winnipeg War Veterans National Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Grand Trunk FC W 1:0 L Winnipeg War Veterans Westmount FINAL : Montréal wins series 3-1 / Montréal gagne la série 3-1.

ATT

2,500 3,000 5,000 6,000 ATT 4,000 6,000

1920 CHAMPIONS : HAMILTON WESTINGHOUSE 1920 HAMILTON WESTINGHOUSE : Billy Adair, D. Burns, A. Coombe, Tommy Craig, Tommy Gardiner, Garside, Billy Gilvear, E. Jones, W. Jones, A. McEwan, Peter Pascoe, T. Pilkington, Sinclair, Albert Thombs, Johnny Ure. DATE 1920-07-27 1920-07-30 1920-07-29 1920-07-30 DATE 1920-08-02 1920-08-04 1920-08-05 1920-08-07 1920-08-21 1920-08-28 DATE 1920-09-04 1920-09-06

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Montréal, QC, CAN CPR Montréal W 2:1 L Hamilton Westinghouse Toronto, ON, CAN Hamilton Westinghouse W 3:1 L CPR Montréal Broadview Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Brittanias D 1:1 D Regina Soccerites Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Brittanias W 2:1 L Regina Soccerites Carruthers LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Toronto, ON, CAN Fort William CPR W 2:1 L Hamilton Westinghouse Varsity Toronto, ON, CAN Fort William CPR D 0:0 D Winnipeg Brittania Varsity Toronto, ON, CAN Hamilton Westinghouse W 2:0 L Winnipeg Brittania Toronto, ON, CAN Fort William CPR L 2:3 W Winnipeg Brittania Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Brittania D 1:1 D Fort William CPR Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William CPR L 0:1 W Winnipeg Brittania LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Hamilton, ON, CAN Hamilton Westinghouse D 0:0 D Winnipeg Brittania Harvester Toronto, ON, CAN Hamilton Westinghouse W 2:1 L Winnipeg Brittania Varsity FINAL : Hamilton wins series 2-1 / Hamilton gagne la série 2-1.

ATT 3,000 3,000 ATT 5,000 4,000 3,000

2,000 ATT 3,500 6,000

1921 CHAMPIONS : TORONTO SCOTTISH FC 1921 TORONTO SCOTTISH FC : Harry Acourt, Aitken, Harry Anderson, Bobby Bruce, Geordie Campbell, Ernie Fidler, George Houison, Hector MacDonald, Alex McCall, Billy Sim, Bob Jack Smith, Teddy Young. Manager / gérant Dave Lumsden.

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Nanaimo, BC, CAN Ladysmith FC W 2:1 L Calgary Callies Vancouver, BC, CAN Ladysmith FC W 4:0 L Calgary Callies Athletic Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fort Rouge Rangers W 1:0 L Regina Post Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fort Rouge Rangers L 1:4 W Regina Post Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 4:0 L Fort William Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 11:0 L Fort William Ossington Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CPR W 3:1 L Halifax Shipyards Grand Trunk Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CPR W 4:2 L Halifax Shipyards Grand Trunk LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Regina Post L 0:2 W Ladysmith FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Regina Post L 0:2 W Ladysmith FC Carruthers Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CPR D 2:2 D Toronto Scottish FC Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 5:0 L Montréal CPR LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 3:0 L Ladysmith FC Broadview Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 1:0 L Ladysmith FC Island FINAL : Toronto wins series 4-0 / Toronto gagne la série 4-0.

ATT

1,500

ATT

1,200 ATT 7,000 5,000

1922 CHAMPIONS : CALGARY HILLHURST FC

HALL of FAME

DATE 1921-07-20 1921-07-23 1921-07-20 1921-07-23 1921-07-13 1921-07-16 1921-07-16 1921-07-18 DATE 1921-07-28 1921-07-30 1921-07-23 1921-07-30 DATE 1921-08-03 1921-08-06

CANADA SOCCER

CONNAUGHT

ATT

1,500 3,000 3,705 5,000 ATT 3,000 3,000 3,500 ATT 5,000 7,000

1923 CHAMPIONS : NANAIMO CITY FC WANDERERS 1923 NANAIMO CITY FC WANDERERS : Edward Appleby, Billy Bell, Tommy Dickenson, Alex Fowler, J. Hines, Bobby Husband, George Linn, James McDougall, Angus McMillan, Dave Minto, Tommy Routledge, Dickie Stobbart, Romeo Zaccarelli. DATE 1923-07-20 1923-07-21 1923-07-14 1923-07-16 1923-07-21 1923-07-28

LOCATION Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary, AB, CAN Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg, MB, CAN Montréal, QC, CAN Toronto, ON, CAN

TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Coleman Coleman Fort Rouge Rangers Fort Rouge Rangers Montréal CPR Toronto Ulster United FC

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA L 1:2 W Nanaimo Wanderers L 1:3 W Nanaimo Wanderers W 7:0 L Regina Imperial Oil W 3:2 L Regina Imperial Oil Carruthers W 2:1 L Toronto Ulster United FC Alexandra D 1:1 D Montréal CPR Broadview

ATT 2,000

2,500 500 2,500 6,000

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NATIONAL

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Hillhurst L 1:2 W Nanaimo City Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Hillhurst W 3:1 L Nanaimo City Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 3:1 L Regina Mounted Police Fort Garry Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 2:1 L Regina Mounted Police Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Grenadier Guards L 0:2 W Toronto Ulster United FC Alexandra Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 1:0 L Montréal Grenadier Guards LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Fort Williams withdraws before series against Toronto Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 1:1 D Calgary Hillhurst Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 1:1 D Calgary Hillhurst Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 1:2 W Calgary Hillhurst LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC L 1:2 W Calgary Hillhurst Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC D 0:0 D Calgary Hillhurst FINAL : Calgary wins series 2-1 / Calgary gagne la série 2-1.

INTERNATIONAL

DATE 1922-07-14 1922-07-15 1922-07-14 1922-07-16 1922-07-22 1922-07-24 DATE 1922-07-25 1922-08-04 1922-08-05 1922-08-07 DATE 1922-08-10 1922-08-12

HONOURS

1922 CALGARY HILLHURST FC : Roy Austin, Harry Banks, Bernie Cartwright, George Davis, Fred Deluce, Freddie Foster, Sammy Gough, Andy Mitchell, Geordie Scott, Bobby Stephen, Ed Wakelyn, Stan Wakelyn, Andy Wilson, Johnny Wright. Manager / gérant Bob Gallagher.


CONNAUGHT DATE 1923-07-26 1923-07-28 1923-07-31 1923-08-02 DATE 1923-08-04 1923-08-06 1923-08-09

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fort Rouge Rangers L 1:2 W Nanaimo Wanderers Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fort Rouge Rangers D 0:0 D Nanaimo Wanderers Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Veterans L 1:3 W Montréal CPR Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Veterans L 0:1 W Montréal CPR LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Nanaimo Wanderers W 1:0 L Montréal CPR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Nanaimo Wanderers L 0:1 W Montréal CPR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Nanaimo Wanderers W 1:0 L Montréal CPR Carruthers FINAL : Nanaimo wins best of three series / Nanaimo gagne la série trois matchs.

ATT 3,500 5,000 1,200 ATT 5,500 4,000

1924 CHAMPIONS : WINNIPEG UNITED WESTON FC 1924 WINNIPEG UNITED WESTON FC : Dougie Clark, Eddie Derby, Jimmy Derby, Johnny Foxon, Gregor Grant, Art King, Dan King, Scotty Lang, Bill Matthews, J. McKenzie, Jock McNeil, Alex Slidders. DATE 1924-07-11 1924-07-12 1924-07-04 1924-07-05 1924-07-12 1924-07-16 DATE 1924-07-20 1924-07-22 1924-07-20 1924-07-22 DATE 1924-07-24 1924-07-26

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Vancouver, BC, CAN Cumberland FC W 2:1 L Calgary Hillhurst Nanaimo, BC, CAN Cumberland FC D 0:0 D Calgary Hillhurst Athletic Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 1:0 L Moose Jaw CPR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 2:1 L Moose Jaw CPR Carruthers Montréal, QC, CAN Beloeil Cdn. Explosives W 3:0 L Mimico Beach Mimico, ON, CAN Mimico Beach D 1:1 D Beloeil Canadian Explosives Scarboro LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 0:0 D Cumberland FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 2:0 L Cumberland FC Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William CPR L 0:1 W Beloeil Canadian Explosives Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William CPR L 0:1 W Beloeil Canadian Explosives LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 3:2 L Beloeil Canadian Explosives Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 0:0 D Beloeil Canadian Explosives Carruthers FINAL : Winnipeg wins series 3-2 / Winnipeg gagne la série 3-2.

ATT 2,300 3,100

2,500 ATT 2,500 3,500 1,500 ATT 4,000 6,000

1925 CHAMPIONS : TORONTO ULSTER UNITED FC 1925 TORONTO ULSTER UNITED FC : Art Barron, Billy Bissett, Joe Clulow, Gervan, Sammy Grant, Tommy Johnson, Bobby Lavery, Phil Lavery, Jimmy Moir, Walter Rankin, Bob Jack Smith, Angus Watt, Fred Williams, W. Woolacott. Manager / gérant R. Torrans. DATE 1925-07-16 1925-07-18 1925-07-16 1925-07-18 1925-07-11 1925-07-18 DATE 1925-07-20 1925-07-22 1925-07-23 DATE 1925-07-25 1925-07-27 1925-07-29

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary CPR L 0:2 W Nanaimo Wanderers Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary CPR L 0:4 W Nanaimo Wanderers Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 1:0 L Regina Post Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 3:1 L Regina Post Carruthers Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC W 1:0 L Toronto Ulster United FC Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 2:0 L Montréal Carsteel FC Ulster LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 0:0 D Nanaimo Wanderers Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 1:2 W Nanaimo Wanderers Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Veterans L 0:1 W Toronto Ulster United FC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Nanaimo Wanderers D 0:0 D Toronto Ulster United FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Nanaimo Wanderers D 1:1 D Toronto Ulster United FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Nanaimo Wanderers L 0:2 W Toronto Ulster United FC Carruthers FINAL : Toronto wins the series in three matches / Toronto gagne la série en trois matchs.

ATT

3,000 2,000 7,000 ATT 3,000 5,000 ATT

4,000 8,671


CONNAUGHT SERIES 1926-1939 SÉRIE CONNAUGHT The Connaught Cup playdowns unfolded usually until a “Western” winner faced an “Eastern” winner in the national final. Starting in 1926, however, the national winner was awarded the new Challenge Trophy, donated by England’s Football Association. Provincial playdowns were started in 1940, but then suspended before the start of the inter-provincial series. The Dominion of Canada Football Association also suspended operations in 1940. / La finale de la coupe Connaught opposait habituellement un champion de l’Ouest à un champion de l’Est. Toutefois, à partir de 1926, le champion recevait le nouveau trophée Challenge donné par la Fédération anglaise de football. Les éliminatoires provinciales ont démarré en 1940, mais elles ont été suspendues avant le début des séries interprovinciales. L’Association de football du Dominion du Canada (DCFC, ancêtre de Canada Soccer) a aussi suspend ses activités en 1940.

CANADA SOCCER

CONNAUGHT

ATT 2,200 1,000 3,000

ATT

600 4,000 ATT 4,000

1927 CHAMPIONS : NANAIMO CITY FC WANDERERS 1927 NANAIMO CITY FC WANDERERS : Alexander, Jock Clarke, Dave Cowie, Alex Fowler, Jimmy Knight, Neil MacFarlane, Joe Milburn, Dave Minto, Len Perry, Tommy Routledge, John Sandland, Dickie Stobbart, Alex Thompson, Nelson Wilson. Manager / gérant Archie Hannah. DATE 1927-07-23 1927-07-25 1927-07-23 1927-07-25 1927-07-20 1927-07-25 DATE 1927-07-27 1927-07-29 1927-07-28 1927-07-30

LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Legion Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Legion Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Sons of England Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Sons of England Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CPR Brantford, ON, CAN Brantford Cockshutt Blues LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE Winnipeg, MB, CAN Saskatoon Sons of England Winnipeg, MB, CAN Saskatoon Sons of England Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Legion Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Legion

SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT L 0:2 W Nanaimo City FC Renfrew D 2:2 D Nanaimo City FC W 2:1 L Fort Rouge Rangers Mayfair D 1:1 D Fort Rouge Rangers Mayfair W 2:1 L Brantford Cockshutt Blues Thornton W 3:0 L Montréal CPR 2,500 SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT L 2:5 W Nanaimo City FC Carruthers 1,500 L 1:8 W Nanaimo City FC Carruthers D 2:2 D Brantford Cockshutt Blues McKellar W 5:3 L Brantford Cockshutt Blues McKellar

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NATIONAL

7,000

INTERNATIONAL

DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA 1926-07-17 Cumberland, BC, CAN Cumberland Collieries W 1:0 L Edmonton CNR 1926-07-19 Cumberland, BC, CAN Cumberland Collieries W 3:2 L Edmonton CNR 1926-07-17 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 4:1 L Fort William War Veterans Carruthers 1926-07-19 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 5:0 L Fort William War Veterans Carruthers 1926-07-17 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CPR L 3:4 W Toronto Willys-Overland Thornton 1926-07-21 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Willys-Overland W 3:2 L Montréal CPR Ulster DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA 1926-07-24 Regina, SK, CAN Regina Post L 0:4 W Cumberland Cdn. Collieries 1926-07-26 Regina, SK, CAN Regina Post L 0:4 W Cumberland Cdn. Collieries 1926-07-24 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 3:1 L Toronto Willys-Overland Carruthers 1926-07-26 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 5:2 L Toronto Willys-Overland Carruthers DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA 1926-07-29 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston FC D 0:0 D Cumberland Cdn. Collieries Carruthers 1926-07-31 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston FC D 1:1 D Cumberland Cdn. Collieries Carruthers 1926-08-02 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston FC D 1:1 D Cumberland Cdn. Collieries Carruthers 1926-08-04 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston FC W 1:0 L Cumberland Cdn. Collieries Carruthers FINAL : Winnipeg wins best of three series in four matches / Winnipeg gagne la série en quatre matchs.

HONOURS

1926 WINNIPEG UNITED WESTON : Borland, Eddie Derby, George Hutchinson, Art King, Dan King, Johnny Lang, Scotty Lang, Bill Matthews, Bob McIntosh, Jock McNeil, Dusty Miller, Alex Slidders, Duncan Watson. Alternate / Suppléant : Patrick O’Kane.

HALL of FAME

1926 CHAMPIONS : WINNIPEG UNITED WESTON FC


CONNAUGHT DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 1927-08-01 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Nanaimo City FC W 9:0 L Fort William Legion Carruthers 2,000 1927-08-03 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Nanaimo City FC W 5:1 L Fort William Canadian Legion Carruthers FINAL : Nanaimo wins best of three series / Nanaimo gagne la série de trois matchs.

1928 CHAMPIONS : WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC 1928 WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC : George Anderson, Stanley Ball, Harry Chapman, Jock Coulter, Austin Delany, Adam Kerr, Robert McDougall, Les Rimmer, Andy Roots, George Russell, Aubrey Sanford, Jimmy Smith, Dickie Stobbart, Alexander Strang, Tom Taylor, Tommy Trotter, Dave Turner. Manager / gérant Don Earl McLeod. DATE 1928-07-14 1928-07-16 1928-07-14 1928-07-16 1928-07-18 1928-07-14 1928-07-21 DATE 1928-07-23 1928-07-25 1928-07-23 1928-07-25 DATE 1928-07-28 1928-07-31 1928-08-02

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Westminster, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 4:0 L Edmonton Canadian Legion Con Jones Westminster, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 9:6 L Edmonton Canadian Legion Con Jones Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Westbrook L 0:1 W Saskatoon Thistle Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Westbrook W 3:2 L Saskatoon Thistle Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Westbrook W 2:0 L Saskatoon Thistle Carruthers Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CNR L 0:1 W Toronto Ulster United FC Alexandra Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC L 0:2 W Montréal CNR LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Westbrook L 1:7 W Westminster Royals FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Westbrook L 0:2 W Westminster Royals FC Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Legion L 2:6 W Montréal CNR Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Legion L 0:6 W Montréal CNR Fair Grounds LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 3:2 L Montréal CNR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Westminster Royals FC L 1:2 W Montréal CNR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 6:1 L Montréal CNR Carruthers FINAL : Westminster wins best of three series / Westminster gagne la série de trois matchs.

ATT 4,023 1,500

5,000 4,000 ATT 3,000

ATT 4,500 5,000 4,000

1929 CHAMPIONS : MONTRÉAL CNR 1929 MONTRÉAL CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS : Harry Barnes, Bob Campbell, James Duguid, Bill Finlayson, Jack Green, Frank Henderson, Peter Keir, Dave Meldrum, Murphy, Jimmy Nelson, Poul Nielsen, James Turnbull, Joseph Williams. DATE 1929-07-20 1929-07-22 1929-07-18 1929-07-20 1929-07-20 1929-07-22 DATE 1929-07-24 1929-07-26 1929-07-25 1929-07-27 DATE 1929-07-27 1929-07-29 1929-07-31

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton CNR W 5:1 L Vancouver St. Saviours Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton CNR W 4:2 L Vancouver St. Saviours Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 0:1 W Regina Scottish Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 4:0 L Regina Scottish Carruthers Montréal, QC, CAN CNR Montréal W 3:2 L Oshawa General Motors Alexandra Oshawa, ON, CAN Oshawa General Motors D 1:1 D Montréal CNR LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 1:1 D Edmonton CNR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 1:1 D Edmonton CNR Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Legion L 2:5 W Montréal CNR Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Legion W 2:1 L Montréal CNR LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 3:0 L Edmonton CNR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 0:4 W Montréal CNR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 0:5 W Montréal CNR Carruthers FINAL : Montréal wins best of three series / Montréal gagne la série de trois matchs.

ATT 2,000

3,000

ATT 3,000

ATT 5,000 4,500


ATT 1,700 1,500 3,000

2,500 ATT 4,000 2,000 ATT

1931 CHAMPIONS : WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC 1931 WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC : G. Babcock, Jack d’Easum, Bill Findler, Ernie Hammond, Bill Hogg, Adam Kerr, Cud Makepeace, Aubrey Sanford, Alex Sneddon, Dickie Stobbart, Harold Stoddart, Tommy Trotter, Dave Turner. Manager / gérant Don Earl McLeod. DATE 1931-07-22 1931-07-23 1931-07-16 1931-07-18 1931-07-19 1931-07-22 1931-07-25 DATE 1931-07-25 1931-07-27 1931-07-27 1931-07-28 DATE 1931-07-30 1931-08-03

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton CNR L 0:1 W Westminster Royals FC Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton CNR L 1:2 W Westminster Royals FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish W 2:0 L Saskatoon Thistle Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish W 3:1 L Saskatoon Thistle Carruthers Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 2:1 L Montréal Carsteel FC Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC L 1:2 W Montréal Carsteel FC Ulster Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 2:1 L Montréal Carsteel FC Ulster LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish L 2:5 W Westminster Royals FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish W 2:1 L Westminster Royals FC Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Legion L 2:3 W Toronto Scottish FC Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Legion L 1:2 W Toronto Scottish FC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 2:0 L Toronto Scottish FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 3:0 L Toronto Scottish FC Carruthers FINAL : Westminster wins best of three series / Westminster gagne la série de trois matchs.

ATT

7,000 7,000 ATT 4,000

1,000

NATIONAL

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Westminster, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 2:1 L Calgary Hillhurst FC Athletic Westminster, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 8:1 L Calgary Hillhurst FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Hearts W 2:0 L Saskatoon Sons of England Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Hearts W 4:2 L Saskatoon Sons of England Carruthers Hamilton, ON, CAN Hamilton Thistle W 2:0 L Fort William Legion Toronto, ON, CAN Fort William Legion D 1:1 D Hamilton Thistle Ulster LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Hearts W 1:0 L Westminster Royals FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Hearts L 0:3 W Westminster Royals FC Carruthers Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CNR D 1:1 D Hamilton Thistle Alexandra Hamilton, ON, CAN Hamilton Thistle L 2:3 W Montréal CNR LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 1:0 L Montréal CNR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Westminster Royals FC L 0:5 W Montréal CNR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 1:0 L Montréal CNR Carruthers FINAL : Westminster wins best of three series / Westminster gagne la série de trois matchs.

ATT

2,800

1932 CHAMPIONS : TORONTO SCOTTISH FC 1932 TORONTO SCOTTISH FC : Johnny Cairns, Billy Conner, Norman Donald, George Erasmusson, MacDonald, Jimmy McIntyre, Bill McManus, Jimmy Noke, Johnny Rogers, Billy Somers, Andy Stevens, Hugh Wallace, Davie Weir, Jimmy Winning.

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INTERNATIONAL

DATE 1930-07-14 1930-07-16 1930-07-17 1930-07-19 1930-07-14 1930-07-16 DATE 1930-07-24 1930-07-26 1930-07-19 1930-07-26 DATE 1930-07-29 1930-07-31 1930-08-02

HALL of FAME

1930 WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC : George Anderson, Jock Coulter, Jack d’Easum, Austin Delany, Robert McDougall, Bob Peroni, Les Rimmer, Aubrey Sanford, Harold Stoddart, Tassin, Tom Taylor, Tommy Trotter, Dave Turner, Wall, James Waugh, Jack Wood. Manager / gérant Don Earl McLeod.

HONOURS

1930 CHAMPIONS : WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC

CANADA SOCCER

CONNAUGHT


CONNAUGHT DATE 1932-07-16 1932-07-18 1932-07-16 1932-07-18 1932-07-16 1932-07-18 DATE 1932-07-23 1932-07-25 1932-07-21 1932-07-23 DATE 1932-07-28 1932-07-31

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Vancouver, BC, CAN North Shore United FC D 1:1 D Edmonton Canadian Legion 600 Vancouver, BC, CAN North Shore United FC W 3:1 L Edmonton Canadian Legion 350 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Manitoba Telephones W 2:0 L Regina CNR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Manitoba Telephones D 1:1 D Regina CNR Carruthers Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 3:0 L Fort William Legion Oakwood Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 3:0 L Fort William Legion LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Winnipeg, MB, CAN Manitoba Telephones D 1:1 D North Shore United FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Manitoba Telephones L 0:2 W North Shore United FC Carruthers Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 5:1 L Montréal Blue Bonnets Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC L 2:3 W Montréal Blue Bonnets Ulster 2,500 LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 3:0 L North Shore United FC Ulster Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 2:1 L North Shore United FC Ulster FINAL : Toronto wins best of three series / Toronto gagne la série de trois matchs.

1933 CHAMPIONS : TORONTO SCOTTISH FC 1933 TORONTO SCOTTISH FC : Norman Donald, Johnny Graham, Grassam, Angus MacDonald, Hector MacDonald, Robert Manson, Bill McManus, Jimmy Noke, Jack Patterson, Harry Phillips, Billy Somers, Andy Stevens, Hugh Wallace, Davie Weir. DATE 1933-07-13 1933-07-15 1933-07-17 1933-07-20 1933-07-22 1933-07-24 1933-07-20 1933-07-22 1933-07-24 1933-07-20 1933-07-22 1933-07-20 1933-07-22 1933-07-24 DATE 1933-07-27 1933-07-29 1933-07-31 1933-07-27 1933-07-29 1933-07-31 DATE 1933-08-03 1933-08-05 1933-08-07

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish FC D 0:0 D Fort William Legion Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish FC W 4:1 L Fort William Legion Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish FC W 4:0 L Fort William Legion Carruthers Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary CPR L 0:2 W Vancouver Cowan-Dodson Mewata Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary CPR W 4:1 L Vancouver Cowan-Dodson Mewata Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary CPR W 3:1 L Vancouver Cowan-Dodson Mewata Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish FC W 2:1 L Prince Albert City Reds Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish FC L 0:1 W Prince Albert City Reds Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish FC L 1:4 W Prince Albert City Reds Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CNR W 6:0 L Halifax Royal Navy Brown’s Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CNR W 10:0 L Halifax Royal Navy Alexandra Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC D 0:0 D McIntyre Mines Ulster Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC D 3:3 D McIntyre Mines Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 5:2 L McIntyre Mines Ulster LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Prince Albert City Reds L 3:4 W Calgary CPR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Prince Albert City Reds W 2:1 L Calgary CPR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Prince Albert City Reds W 1:0 L Calgary CPR Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC D 2:2 D Montréal CNR Oakwood Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC D 1:1 D Montréal CNR Ulster Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 4:1 L Montréal CNR Oakwood LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Toronto Scottish FC D 2:2 D Prince Albert City Reds Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Toronto Scottish FC D 0:0 D Prince Albert City Reds Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 3:0 L Prince Albert City Reds Carruthers FINAL : Toronto wins best of three series / Toronto gagne la série de trois matchs.

ATT

2,500 3,000 3,000

2,000 ATT 3,000 2,500 3,000 ATT

1934 CHAMPIONS : VERDUN PARK FC 1934 VERDUN PARK FC : William Bennett, Roland Castonguay, James Duguid, Allan Fitzpatrick, Charlie Fitzpatrick, Davy Fitzpatrick, Larry Fitzpatrick, Heaney, Billy Holmshaw, John Lone, J.C. McKenzie, Everett MacLean, John Menary, Humphrey Payne, A. Quinn. Manager / gérant Peter Fitzpatrick.

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ATT

1,400

2,000 2,500 ATT

HALL of FAME

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Westminster, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 5:1 L Edmonton Radials Westminster, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 2:1 L Edmonton Radials Prince Albert, SK, CAN Prince Albert City Reds L 1:2 W Westminster Royals FC Mayfair Saskatoon, SK, CAN Prince Albert City Reds W 2:0 L Westminster Royals FC Prince Albert, SK, CAN Prince Albert City Reds W 1:0 L Westminster Royals FC Mayfair Fort William, ON, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 0:2 W Fort William Westfort Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 1:1 D Fort William Westfort Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 3:0 L Fort William Westfort Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 6:2 L Fort William Westfort Carruthers Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC L 2:3 W Sudbury Frood Mines Oakwood Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC D 1:1 D Sudbury Frood Mines Oakwood Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 2:1 L Sudbury Frood Mines Oakwood Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC L 2:3 W Sudbury Frood Mines Ulster LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 2:1 L Prince Albert City Reds Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 0:0 D Prince Albert City Reds Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 2:3 W Prince Albert City Reds Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 1:4 W Prince Albert City Reds Carruthers Toronto, ON, CAN Sudbury Frood Mines D 2:2 D Verdun Park FC Toronto, ON, CAN Sudbury Frood Mines D 1:1 D Verdun Park FC Ulster Toronto, ON, CAN Sudbury Frood Mines D 2:2 D Verdun Park FC Oakwood Toronto, ON, CAN Sudbury Frood Mines D 0:0 D Verdun Park FC Oakwood Toronto, ON, CAN Sudbury Frood Mines L 1:3 W Verdun Park FC Ulster LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Prince Albert City Reds L 0:4 W Verdun Park FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Prince Albert City Reds W 2:0 L Verdun Park FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Prince Albert City Reds L 1:4 W Verdun Park FC Carruthers FINAL : Verdun Park wins best of three series / Verdun Park gagne la série de trois matchs.

2,500 ATT 4,000

1935 CHAMPIONS : MONTRÉAL ALDRED

HONOURS

DATE 1934-07-14 1934-07-16 1934-07-28 1934-07-30 1934-08-01 1934-07-13 1934-07-14 1934-07-16 1934-07-18 1934-07-14 1934-07-16 1934-07-17 1934-07-19 DATE 1934-08-02 1934-08-04 1934-08-06 1934-08-08 1934-07-21 1934-07-23 1934-07-25 1934-07-28 1934-07-30 DATE 1934-08-12 1934-08-14 1934-08-16

CANADA SOCCER

CONNAUGHT

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Lethbridge, AB, CAN Lethbridge Suprinas W 3:0 L Saskatoon Thistle Lethbridge, AB, CAN Lethbridge Suprinas W 6:0 L Saskatoon Thistle Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC L 0:4 W Sudbury Falconbridge 1,700 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 4:1 L Sudbury Falconbridge Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC L 1:2 W Sudbury Falconbridge Soliders’ Field Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Aldred W 6:0 L Halifax St. George’s Aces Glen Yards Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Aldred W 7:1 L Halifax St. George’s Aces Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 0:2 W Fort William Westfort Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 3:3 D Fort William Westfort Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 0:1 W Fort William Westfort Carruthers Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Aldred L 0:1 W Sudbury Falconbridge Brown Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Aldred W 1:0 L Sudbury Falconbridge Glen Yards Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Aldred W 4:1 L Sudbury Falconbridge LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Lethbridge, AB, CAN Lethbridge Suprinas L 1:3 W Nanaimo City FC Lethbridge, AB, CAN Lethbridge Suprinas L 1:2 W Nanaimo City FC Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Aldred W 2:0 L Fort William Westfort Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Aldred W 2:1 L Fort William Westfort

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INTERNATIONAL

DATE 1935-07-29 1935-07-30 1935-08-01 1935-08-03 1935-08-05 1935-08-02 1935-08-03 1935-07-29 1935-07-30 1935-08-01 1935-08-07 1935-08-09 1935-08-11 DATE 1935-08-13 1935-08-15 1935-08-13 1935-08-15

NATIONAL

1935 MONTRÉAL ALDRED : Joe Bardell, Albert Bejshak, Bob Campbell, Paddy Fallon, Allan Fitzpatrick, Charlie Fitzpatrick, Larry Fitzpatrick, Peter Keir, Ronnie Low, Bert Lumsden, T. McIntosh, Davey McLean, Jimmy Nelson, George White. Blessé / injured : Roland Castonguay. Gérant / player-manager : Peter Keir.


CONNAUGHT DATE 1935-08-19 1935-08-21 1935-08-23 1935-08-25

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Winnipeg, MB, CAN Montréal Aldred W 3:2 L Nanaimo City FC Carruthers 1,607 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Montréal Aldred L 3:7 W Nanaimo City FC Carruthers 2,363 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Montréal Aldred D 1:1 D Nanaimo City FC Carruthers 2,000 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Montréal Aldred W 1:0 L Nanaimo City FC Carruthers FINAL : Montréal wins best of three series / Montréal gagne la série de trois matchs.

1936 CHAMPIONS : WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC 1936 WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC : George Anderson, Jock Coulter, Bill Findler, Jimmy Gemmell, W. Gray, Trevor Harvey, Johnny McKay, Tommy McKibbin, John McPherson, Stan Stronge, Dave Turner, Ray Watchorn, Walt Wheeler. DATE 1936-07-16 1936-07-18 1936-07-20 1936-07-23 1936-07-25 1936-07-24 1936-07-25 1936-07-27 DATE 1936-07-23 1936-07-25 1936-07-29 1936-07-31 1936-08-01 DATE 1936-08-08 1936-08-10 1936-08-12

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Sudbury, ON, CAN Sudbury Falconbridge W 2:1 L Hamilton Stelcos Sudbury, ON, CAN Sudbury Falconbridge D 1:1 D Hamilton Stelcos Athletic Sudbury, ON, CAN Sudbury Falconbridge W 4:0 L Hamilton Stelcos Athletic Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 2:1 L Fort William Legion Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 7:0 L Fort William Legion Sudbury, ON, CAN Sudbury Falconbridge W 2:0 L Montréal Hamilton United Sudbury, ON, CAN Sudbury Falconbridge L 0:1 W Montréal Hamilton United Sudbury, ON, CAN Sudbury Falconbridge W 1:0 L Montréal Hamilton United LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Westminster, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 2:1 L Calgary Callies Con Jones Westminster, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 12:0 L Calgary Callies Con Jones Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 0:0 D Sudbury Falconbridge Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 1:1 D Sudbury Falconbridge Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 3:1 L Sudbury Falconbridge Carruthers LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Vancouver, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 6:1 L Winnipeg United Weston Vancouver, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC L 1:2 W Winnipeg United Weston Con Jones Vancouver, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 3:0 L Winnipeg United Weston FINAL : Westminster wins best of three series / Westminster gagne la série de trois matchs.

ATT

1,343

ATT 2,000 2,500 2,000 2,300 2,300 ATT 6,000 2,000 4,500

1937 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER JOHNSTON STORAGE 1937 VANCOUVER JOHNSTON NATIONAL STORAGE : Hugh Greer, Trevor Harvey, Horace Heath, Les Hunter, Jackie Johnson, Johnny Johnston, James Keith, James Larsen, Jim Lawrie, Reg Liptrot, Edward Marsden, Leland Morley, Angelo Perri, James Waring, Jimmy Waters. Manager / gérant Doug Brown. DATE 1937-07-19 1937-07-20 1937-07-17 1937-07-19 DATE 1937-07-22 1937-07-24 1937-07-26 1937-07-22 1937-07-24 1937-07-26 DATE 1937-07-29 1937-07-31 1937-08-02

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN Edmonton Civics L 0:2 W Vancouver Johnston Storage Mewata Calgary, AB, CAN Edmonton Civics L 2:3 W Vancouver Johnston Storage Mewata Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 5:1 L Montréal CPR Glen Yards Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 2:1 L Montréal CPR Glen Yards LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 3:2 L Vancouver Johnston Storage Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 0:2 W Vancouver Johnston Storage Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 0:2 W Vancouver Johnston Storage Carruthers Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC D 1:1 D Sudbury Frood Mines Consols Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 1:0 L Sudbury Frood Mines Oakwood Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC D 1:1 D Sudbury Frood Mines LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Vancouver Johnston Storage L 1:3 W Toronto Ulster United FC Carruthers Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Vancouver Johnston Storage W 3:1 L Toronto Ulster United FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Vancouver Johnston Storage W 3:2 L Toronto Ulster United FC FINAL : Vancouver wins best of three series / Vancouver gagne la série de trois matchs.

ATT

ATT

2,500 1,000 1,500 ATT 1,500 2,000 2,300


DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1938-07-16 Vancouver, BC, CAN North Shore United FC W 9:2 L Calgary Callies 1938-07-18 Vancouver, BC, CAN North Shore United FC W 11:1 L Calgary Callies 1938-07-15 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 7:0 L Fort William Westfort Carruthers 1,184 1938-07-16 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 7:0 L Fort William Westfort Carruthers 696 1938-07-16 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 4:0 L Montréal Carsteel FC 1938-07-18 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 5:1 L Montréal Carsteel FC DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1938-08-02 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 3:2 L North Shore United FC Carruthers 4,000 1938-08-04 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 1:1 D North Shore United FC Carruthers 4,000 1938-08-06 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 1:5 W North Shore United FC Carruthers 5,000 1938-08-08 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 1:4 W North Shore United FC Carruthers 1938-07-23 Timmins, ON, CAN Timmins Dome Mines W 2:1 L Toronto Ulster United FC Dome 1938-07-25 Timmins, ON, CAN Timmins Dome Mines W 4:2 L Toronto Ulster United FC Dome DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1938-08-10 Winnipeg, MB, CAN North Shore United FC D 1:1 D Timmins Dome Mines Carruthers 2,000 1938-08-12 Winnipeg, MB, CAN North Shore United FC L 1:3 W Timmins Dome Mines Carruthers 1,800 1938-08-14 Winnipeg, MB, CAN North Shore United FC W 1:0 L Timmins Dome Mines Carruthers 1938-08-15 Winnipeg, MB, CAN North Shore United FC D 2:2 D Timmins Dome Mines Carruthers 3,200 1938-08-17 Winnipeg, MB, CAN North Shore United FC W 6:2 L Timmins Dome Mines Carruthers 4,000 FINAL : North Shore wins best of three series after five matches / North Shore gagne la série après cinq matchs.

1939 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER RADIALS

HALL of FAME

1938 VANCOUVER NORTH SHORE UNITED FC : Alec Christie, Costain, Tommy Cumming, Bill Findler, Cecil Goodheart, Bob Harrison, Trevor Harvey, Ron Hewitt, Paul Kazoolin, James Larsen, Reg Liptrot, Mike McManus, John Rabbit, Basil Robinson, Sinclair, Jimmy Spencer, Bill Woolfe, Jack Young. Player-Manager / gérant Bill Thomson.

HONOURS

1938 CHAMPIONS : NORTH SHORE UNITED FC

CANADA SOCCER

CONNAUGHT

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DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1939-07-20 Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Civics L 2:5 W Vancouver Radials 1939-07-22 Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Civics W 3:1 L Vancouver Radials 1939-07-20 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC W 2:0 L Toronto Ulster United 1939-07-22 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC D 1:1 D Toronto Ulster United Glen Yards DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1939-07-24 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish FC D 2:2 D Vancouver Radials Carruthers 2,500 1939-07-26 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish FC L 1:2 W Vancouver Radials Carruthers 2,000 1939-07-28 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish FC D 3:3 D Vancouver Radials Carruthers 2,500 1939-07-24 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC W 1:0 L Sudbury Falconbridge 1939-07-26 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC D 1:1 D Sudbury Falconbridge 1939-07-28 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC D 2:2 D Sudbury Falconbridge DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1939-07-31 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Vancouver Radials D 2:2 D Montréal Carsteel FC Carruthers 1,800 1939-08-02 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Vancouver Radials L 2:3 W Montréal Carsteel FC Carruthers 3,000 1939-08-04 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Vancouver Radials W 2:0 L Montréal Carsteel FC Carruthers 4,000 1939-08-05 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Vancouver Radials W 3:1 L Montréal Carsteel FC Carruthers 2,000 FINAL : Vancouver wins best of three series after four matches / North Shore gagne la série après quatre matchs.

NATIONAL

1939 VANCOUVER RADIALS : Eric Camp, Don Cowan, Hugh Greer, Jackie Johnson, Johnny Johnston, Norm Kerfoot, Jim Lawrie, Reg Liptrot, Johnny McKay, Tommy McKibbin, George Smith, Hap Smith, Jimmy Waters, Bill Watson, George West.. Player-Manager / gérant Harold Till.


CHALLENGE CHAMPIONNAT 1946-1953 CHAMPIONSHIP The competition resumed after the war years, with again inter-provincial playdowns until two teams met in the national final. In 1947, Vancouver received a bye into the national final. As was the case before the war years, the national winner was awarded the Challenge Trophy (although “Connaught Cup Series” name seems to be no longer used). / Après les années de guerre, le tournoi a recommencé par les affrontements interprovinciaux jusqu’à ce que deux équipes se rencontrent en finale nationale. En 1947, Vancouver s’est vu accorder un laissez-passer à la finale nationale. Comme c’était le cas avant la guerre, le vainqueur au niveau national reçoit le Trophée Challenge (même si le terme “Connaught Cup Series” ne semblait plus utilisé).

1946 CHAMPIONS : TORONTO ULSTER UNITED FC 1946 TORONTO ULSTER UNITED FC : Johnny Aiken, Bill Breadon, Cy Davies, Syd Davies, Bill Davison, Paul Hric, Bobby Hume, Mickey McBride, McDonald, Archie McDowall, Harry McQueston, F. Millar, Norm Rawley, Don Ross, Jackie Rudland, Jackie Stevenson, Art Varley. Manager / gérant George Singleton. DATE 1946-08-17 1946-08-25 DATE 1946-08-27 1946-08-28

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC L 0:1 W Toronto Ulster United FC Notre Dame 3,000 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 3:1 L Montréal Carsteel FC Broadview LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 3:1 L Fort William Vets Broadview 4,000 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 7:1 L Fort William Vets Oakview 3,500 FINAL : Toronto wins best of three series / Toronto gagne la série de trois matchs.

1947 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER ST. ANDREWS FC 1947 VANCOUVER ST. ANDREWS FC : Frank Ambler, Ted Enefer, Nick Glover, Cecil Goodheart, Jimmy Greig, Wes Henderson, Jackie Jones, Don Matheson, Johnny McKay, Bobby Newbold, Johnny Newbold, Dave Simpson, George Steele, Erling Storness, Johnny Webber. Manager / gérant Bill Findler. DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA 1947-08-23 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC D 1:1 D Toronto Ulster United FC 1947-08-24 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC W 2:0 L Toronto Ulster United FC Toronto were dismissed from the competition after playing Johnny Marshall, despite warnings from the DCFA. 1947-08-23 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Scottish FC W 5:1 L Edmonton Northside Legion Carruthers 1947-08-25 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Scottish FC W 2:1 L Edmonton Northside Legion Carruthers DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA 1947-09-13 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Scottish FC L 3:4 W Montréal Carsteel FC Osborne 1947-09-15 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Scottish FC W 2:0 L Montréal Carsteel FC Osborne 1947-09-16 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Scottish FC W 1:0 L Montréal Carsteel FC Osborne DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA 1947-09-20 Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver St. Andrews FC W 5:0 L Winnipeg Scottish FC Callister 1947-09-22 Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver St. Andrews FC W 4:0 L Winnipeg Scottish FC Callister FINAL : Vancouver wins best of three series / Vancouver gagne la série de trois matchs.

ATT

3,500 3,000 ATT 5,000 4,000 5,000 ATT 7,533 2,165

1948 CHAMPIONS : MONTRÉAL CARSTEEL FC 1948 MONTRÉAL CARSTEEL FC : Ginger Anderson, Marcel Castonguay, Paul-Emile Castonguay, Bill Chambers, Jimmy Fleming, Alec Gammon, Grundie, Donnie McLean, Doug McMahon, Andy Menyes, Muir, Johnny Sinclair, Doug Smith, Steve Turley, Dickie Walker, Charlie Warner, George White. Manager / gérant Alex Samson. DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1948-07-24 Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Northside Legion L 1:2 W Vancouver St. Andrews FC 1,100 1948-07-26 Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Northside Legion L 0:5 W Vancouver St. Andrews FC

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1949 CHAMPIONS : NORTH SHORE UNITED FC 1949 VANCOUVER NORTH SHORE UNITED FC : Dick Acaster, Frank Ambler, Harry Anderson, Frank Ashdown, George Beckett, Tommy Cumming, George Grey, Trevor Harvey, Stubby McLean, Dave Moyies, Alex Reid, Bill Smith, Jimmy Spencer, Fred Whittaker. Manager / gérant Bob Harrison. DATE 1949-07-23 1949-07-25 1949-07-26 1949-07-23 1949-07-25 1949-07-27 DATE 1949-07-30 1949-08-01 1949-07-30 1949-08-01 1949-08-04 DATE 1949-08-06 1949-08-09 1949-08-11

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Ahepas L 0:3 W Edmonton Legion Mayfair Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Ahepas D 1:1 D Edmonton Legion Mayfair Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Ahepas L 3:5 W Edmonton Legion Mayfair Toronto, ON, CAN Hamilton Westinghouse L 0:1 W Montréal Stelco Broadview Toronto, ON, CAN Hamilton Westinghouse W 5:0 L Montréal Stelco Broadview Toronto, ON, CAN Hamilton Westinghouse W 6:3 L Montréal Stelco Broadview LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Legion L 0:4 W North Shore United FC Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Legion L 0:9 W North Shore United FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Scottish FC D 2:2 D Hamilton Westinghouse Wesley Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Scottish FC L 0:1 W Hamilton Westinghouse Wesley Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Scottish FC L 2:4 W Hamilton Westinghouse Wesley LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN North Shore United FC W 4:0 L Hamilton Westinghouse Mewata Calgary, AB, CAN North Shore United FC L 1:2 W Hamilton Westinghouse Mewata Calgary, AB, CAN North Shore United FC W 2:0 L Hamilton Westinghouse Mewata FINAL : North Shore wins best of three series / North Shore gagne la série de trois matchs.

ATT

3,000 1,408 ATT 500

1,700 2,000 2,500 ATT 3,000 2,500

1950 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER CITY FC 1950 VANCOUVER CITY FC : Terry Brennan, Roy Cairns, Ivan Carr, Jackie Dewhirst, Joe Jordan, Dick Kenning, Bob Lewis, Alex MacKay, Bill McAllister, Red McMillan, Wallace Milligan, Pat Philley, Denny Rogers, Alan Sawyer, Ollie Stanley, Gogie Stewart. Manager / gérant Jock Copland. DATE 1950-07-24 1950-07-25 1950-07-29 1950-07-31 1950-07-29 1950-07-30 1950-08-01 DATE 1950-08-05 1950-08-07

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winn. AN&AF Scottish FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winn. AN&AF Scottish FC Regina, SK, CAN Regina Nationals Regina, SK, CAN Regina Nationals Montréal, QC, CAN Hakoah Montréal Montréal, QC, CAN Hakoah Montréal Montréal, QC, CAN Hakoah Montréal LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Callies Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Callies

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT W 5:1 L Port Arthur Brent Park Wesley 1,500 W 4:0 L Port Arthur Brent Park 600 L 1:5 W Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish FC Taylor L 0:5 W Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish FC W 5:3 L Toronto Mahers Westmount L 0:1 W Toronto Mahers Charlevoix W 2:1 L Toronto Mahers Westmount 2,000 SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT L 1:4 W Vancouver City FC Mewata L 0:2 W Vancouver City FC Mewata 800

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ATT 5,000 4,000

HONOURS

3,000

NATIONAL

Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fort Rouge Legion W 5:1 L Regina Nationals Wesley Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fort Rouge Legion W 3:1 L Regina Nationals Wesley LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fort Rouge Legion L 1:4 W Vancouver St. Andrews FC Wesley Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fort Rouge Legion L 1:5 W Vancouver St. Andrews FC Wesley Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC W 4:1 L Toronto Greenbacks Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC W 7:1 L Toronto Greenbacks Notre-Dame LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Toronto, ON, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC W 4:3 L Vancouver St. Andrews FC Oakwood Toronto, ON, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC L 1:3 W Vancouver St. Andrews FC Broadview Toronto, ON, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC W 4:3 L Vancouver St. Andrews FC Broadview FINAL : Montréal wins best of three series / Montréal gagne la série de trois matchs.

INTERNATIONAL

1948-07-24 1948-07-26 DATE 1948-07-31 1948-08-02 1948-07-31 1948-08-02 DATE 1948-08-07 1948-08-09 1948-08-11

CANADA SOCCER

CHALLENGE


CHALLENGE 1950-08-05 1950-08-07 1950-08-08 DATE 1950-08-12 1950-08-14

Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winn. AN&AF Scottish FC W 6:1 L Hakoah Montréal Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winn. AN&AF Scottish FC D 0:0 D Hakoah Montréal Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winn. AN&AF Scottish FC W 6:1 L Hakoah Montréal Wesley LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver City FC W 4:1 L Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish FC Callister Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver City FC W 4:0 L Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish FC Callister FINAL : Vancouver wins best of three series / Vancouver gagne la série de trois matchs.

2,000 1,600 2,000 ATT 2,482

1951 CHAMPIONS : TORONTO ULSTER UNITED FC 1951 TORONTO ULSTER UNITED FC : Johnny Aiken, George Anderson, Jimmy Carnegie, Sammy Davidson, Alf Davis, Jack Douglas, John Gifford, Bobby Kennedy, Jack Long, Vic Malcolmson, Archie McDowall, Phil McKay, Jack Perrett, Tom Smith, Hugh Suttie, W. Vance. Player-Manager / gérant Johnny Aiken. DATE 1951-08-18 1951-08-20 1951-08-25 DATE 1951-09-08 1951-09-10 1951-09-08 1951-09-10 1951-09-11 DATE 1951-09-15 1951-09-17 1951-09-18

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver St. Andrews W 4:0 L Calgary Callies Callister Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver St. Andrews W 10:1 L Calgary Callies Callister Rain postpones series, Regina eventually forfeit series to Winnipeg LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winn. AN&AF Scottish FC L 0:2 W Vancouver St. Andrews FC Osborne Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winn. AN&AF Scottish FC L 2:4 W Vancouver St. Andrews FC Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 2:1 L Montréal Italia Canadians Broadview Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC L 1:2 W Montréal Italia Canadians Broadview Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 3:0 L Montréal Italia Canadians Broadview LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Montréal, QC, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC D 1:1 D Vancouver St. Andrews FC Westmount Montréal, QC, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 2:1 L Vancouver St. Andrews FC Westmount Montréal, QC, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC D 2:2 D Vancouver St. Andrews FC Westmount FINAL : Toronto wins best of three series / Toronto gagne la série de trois matchs.

ATT 1,732 ATT 2,000

4,000 ATT 3,500 1,800 1,600

1952 CHAMPIONS : MONTRÉAL STELCO 1952 MONTRÉAL STELCO : Dan Carrigan, Moe Cockburn, Gordie Fraser, Bill Gill, John Godley, Tom Gummer, John Maxwell, Bill McKenna, Bob McKenna, Jim McLachlan, Herman Moalli, Gordie Rowland, John Serrati, Johnny Sinclair, Jim Thomas, Bill Whitehead. Managers / gérants Johnny Hutchinson & Alex Samson. DATE 1952-08-16 1952-08-18 1952-08-16 1952-08-17 DATE 1952-08-27 1952-08-29 1952-08-26 1952-08-28 DATE 1952-09-01 1952-09-03 1952-09-04

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 2:0 L Regina Nationals Wesley Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 4:1 L Regina Nationals Wesley Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Stelco W 1:0 L Toronto Italia Westmount Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Stelco W 3:0 L Toronto Italia Westmount LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Northside Legion L 2:6 W Westminster Royals FC Clarke Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Northside Legion L 1:2 W Westminster Royals FC Clarke Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 0:1 W Montréal Stelco Osborne Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 0:1 W Montréal Stelco Osborne LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Montréal Stelco L 2:4 W Westminster Royals FC Osborne Winnipeg, MB, CAN Montréal Stelco W 3:1 L Westminster Royals FC Osborne Winnipeg, MB, CAN Montréal Stelco W 2:0 L Westminster Royals FC Osborne FINAL : Montréal wins best of three series / Montréal gagne la série de trois matchs.

ATT

3,000 ATT 500 1,200 1,500 ATT 1,500 1,500


1953 CHAMPIONS : WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC 1953 WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC : Roy Cairns, Ivan Carr, Errol Crossan, Paul Fabris, Bob Findler, Jim Foster, Dave Guthrie, Alex Henderson, Les Hibbert, Bill Hislop, Hugh MacKay, Wally Milligan, Ken Pears, Alan Sawyer, Dave Spry, Jack Stanley, Sutherland, Jack Whent. LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Northside Legion D 1:1 D Regina United Clarke Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Northside Legion D 1:1 D Regina United Clarke Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Northside Legion W 2:0 L Regina United Clarke Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Northside Legion L 0:5 W Westminster Royals FC Clarke Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Northside Legion L 0:10 W Westminster Royals FC Clarke LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Scottish D 1:1 D Westminster Royals FC Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Scottish D 0:0 D Westminster Royals FC Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Scottish L 1:5 W Westminster Royals FC Alexander LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Hakoah D 0:0 D Westminster Royals FC Delormier Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Hakoah L 0:2 W Westminster Royals FC Delormier Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Hakoah D 1:1 D Westminster Royals FC Delormier FINAL : Westminster wins best of three series / Westminster gagne la série de trois matchs.

ATT

400 600 ATT 3,000 3,000 3,500 ATT 2,500 1,000 2,500

HALL of FAME

DATE 1953-07-25 1953-07-27 1953-07-28 1953-08-05 1953-08-06 DATE 1953-08-08 1953-08-10 1953-08-11 DATE 1953-08-15 1953-08-16 1953-08-18

CANADA SOCCER

CHALLENGE

The competition featured inter-provincial playdowns until two teams met in the national final. Only in 1961, on a “one-year trial basis,” winners from British Columbia faced winners of the Eastern Canada Professional League from Ontario/Québec. During these eight years, the national winner was awarded both the Challenge Trophy and the Carling’s Red Cap Trophy (donated by the sponsors). / Le tournoi fut composé d’affrontements interprovinciaux jusqu’à ce que deux équipes se rencontrent en finale nationale. En 1961, à l’occasion d’une année d’essai, les gagnants de la Colombie-Britannique ont affronté les gagnants de la ligue professionnelle de l’est du Canada de l’Ontario/Québec. Pendant ces huit années, le gagnant national reçoit le Trophée Challenge et le Trophée Carling’s Red Cap (octroyé par les commanditaires).

HONOURS

CHAMPIONNAT 1954-1961 CHAMPIONSHIP

DATE 1954-08-07 1954-08-09 1954-08-10 1954-08-05 1954-08-07 1954-08-06 1954-08-07 1954-08-10 DATE 1954-08-19 1954-08-21 1954-08-23 1954-08-24 1954-08-25 1954-08-19 1954-08-20

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon United Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon United Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon United Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish Hamilton, ON, CAN Hamilton British Imperials Hamilton, ON, CAN Hamilton British Imperials Hamilton, ON, CAN Hamilton British Imperials LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Northside Legion Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Northside Legion Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Northside Legion Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Northside Legion Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Northside Legion Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT L 0:4 W Edmonton Northside Legion Mayfair D 1:1 D Edmonton Northside Legion Mayfair L 0:2 W Edmonton Northside Legion Mayfair W 9:1 L Port Arthur United Alexander 500 W 9:0 L Port Arthur United Alexander W 5:2 L Montréal Canadian Vickers L 1:5 W Montréal Canadian Vickers Civic W 4:1 L Montréal Canadian Vickers Civic SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT W 3:2 L North Shore United FC 500 L 0:2 W North Shore United FC Clarke D 1:1 D North Shore United FC Clarke D 1:1 D North Shore United FC Clarke 400 L 0:2 W North Shore United FC Clarke W 5:2 L Hamilton British Imperials Alexander 1,500 W 5:0 L Hamilton British Imperials Alexander

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1954 WINNIPEG AN&AF SCOTTISH FC : Bobby Allen, Nestor Babino, Benny Banjaminson, Allan Donnett, Walter Frood, John Henshelwood, Fred Herold, Harry Ings, George James, George McKay, Johnny Murphy, Walter Norget, Roy Paton, Midge Pennington, Jimmy Pines, Johnny Swankie, Jock Todd. Manager / gérant Charlie Caithness.

NATIONAL

1954 CHAMPIONS : WINNIPEG AN&AF SCOTTISH FC


CHALLENGE DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1954-08-28 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish W 3:2 L North Shore United FC Alexander 2,300 1954-08-29 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish W 3:0 L North Shore United FC Alexander 2,200 FINAL : Winnipeg wins best of three series / Winnipeg gagne la série de trois matchs.

1955 CHAMPIONS : WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC 1955 WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC : Bob Bissett, Roy Cairns, Ivan Carr, Pete Demuynck, Bobby Durante, Paul Fabris, John Halley, Les Hibbert, Bill Hislop, Randy Jenkins, Reinhold Oleynik, Harry Price, Joe Robbins, Alan Sawyer, Gogie Stewart, David Stothard. Manager / gérant Aubrey Sanford. DATE 1955-09-07 1955-09-08 1955-08-25 1955-08-26 DATE 1955-09-13 1955-09-14 1955-09-10 1955-09-11 1955-09-12 DATE 1955-09-18 1955-09-19 1955-09-21

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Danish Canadians L 1:5 W Westminster Royals FC Mewata Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Danish Canadians L 1:7 W Westminster Royals FC Mewata Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg IPAC W 4:1 L Saskatoon United Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg IPAC W 1:0 L Saskatoon United Alexander LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg IPAC L 1:4 W Westminster Royals FC Winnipeg Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg IPAC L 0:7 W Westminster Royals FC Winnipeg Montréal, QC, CAN Ukraina Montréal L 0:1 W Toronto Ulster United FC Montréal, QC, CAN Ukraina Montréal W 3:1 L Toronto Ulster United FC Faillon Montréal, QC, CAN Ukraina Montréal D 0:0 D Toronto Ulster United FC Faillon LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Toronto, ON, CAN Ukraina Montréal L 1:3 W Westminster Royals FC Fred Hamilton Toronto, ON, CAN Ukraina Montréal D 1:1 D Westminster Royals FC Fred Hamilton Toronto, ON, CAN Ukraina Montréal D 2:2 D Westminster Royals FC Broadview FINAL : Westminster wins best of three series / Westminster gagne la série de trois matchs.

ATT 1,000

ATT 1,100 600

2,000 ATT 6,500 2,000 1,500

1956 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER HALECO FC 1956 VANCOUVER HALECO FC : Eddie Bak, George Bogdanovich, Bob Bruce, Jack Cowan, Gorrie, Bill Hislop, Art Hughes, Dick Kenning, Bill Logan, Gordon McLeod, Norman McLeod, Ken Pears, Brian Philley, Jack Steele. DATE 1956-09-06 1956-09-09 DATE 1956-09-08 1956-09-12 1956-09-13 DATE 1956-09-15

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Regina, SK, CAN Regina Concordia L 1:8 W Winnipeg Germania FC Taylor 486 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Sparta L 1:2 W Toronto Thistle FC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Haleco FC W 4:0 L Calgary Danish Canadians Callister 1,866 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Germania FC D 5:5 D Toronto Thistle FC Alexander 1,500 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Germania FC W 4:1 L Toronto Thistle FC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Haleco FC W 5:1 L Winnipeg Germania FC Callister 2,868 FINAL : Vancouver wins Championship / Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

1957 CHAMPIONS : UKRAINA MONTRÉAL 1957 UKRAINA MONTRÉAL : Joe Feeney, Myron Hrycyn, Jimmy McAuley, McVicar, J. Neilson, O’Neill, Johnny Pollock, R. Resch, J. Schneider, M. Senyk, Tony Shapka, S. Shylo, J. Sim, Zenon Snylyk, Ostap Steckiw, Joe Ursika, Pete Waskiw. DATE LOCATION 1957-08-26 Regina, SK, CAN 1957-08-28 Winnipeg, MB, CAN

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TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Regina Hungaria L 1:4 W Calgary Hungaria Winnipeg United Weston L 1:4 W Calgary Hungaria

STADIA ATT Taylor 800 Alexander 1,000


1958 WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC : Eddie Bak, Art Bennett, Fred Briscoe, Roy Cairns, Jim Cowie, Tony Crisp, Stuart Crossan, Bill Grant, Al Green, Les Hibbert, Bob Lewis, Alex MacKay, Ernie McLaren, Ron Paton, Harry Price, Bob Shenton, Trevor Swangard. Manager / gérant Cecil Goodheart. DATE 1958-08-23 1958-08-30 1958-09-13 DATE 1958-09-06 1958-09-16 DATE 1958-09-20

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish W 5:1 L Regina Concordia Sudbury, ON, CAN Sudbury Olympics L 1:2 W Montréal Harrington Tool Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Harrington Tool W 4:2 L Halifax 5th Submarine Squadron Lachine LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Lethbridge, AB, CAN Lethbridge Bombers L 0:5 W Westminster Royals FC 1,200 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish W 8:2 L Montréal Harrington Tool Alexander 2,000 LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Vancouver, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 2:0 L Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish FC Callister FINAL : Westminster wins Championship / Westminster gagne le Championnat.

1959 CHAMPIONS : MONTRÉAL CANADIAN ALOUETTES 1959 MONTRÉAL CANADIAN ALOUETTES : Tommy Barrett, Antonio Bonezzi, Carlos Bustamente, Héctor Dadderio, Johnny Davidson, Osvaldo de Brasi, Ruben Lus, Bob Mascarelli, George Savage, Williw Wilson, Norberto Yácono. Manager / gérant Nick Schmidingham. DATE 1959-08-22 1959-08-29 DATE 1959-09-17 1959-09-05 DATE 1959-09-20

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Kickers L 2:5 W Westminster Royals FC Mewata Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish W 3:0 L Saskatoon United Alexander LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish L 3:5 W Westminster Royals FC Alexander Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Canadian Alouettes W 4:3 L Hamilton Italio-Canadians Faillon LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Toronto, ON, CAN Montréal Canadian Alouettes W 3:2 L Westminster Royals FC Fred Hamilton FINAL : Montréal wins Championship / Montréal gagne le Championnat.

ATT 800 1,300 ATT 1,500 2,000 ATT 3,000

1960 CHAMPIONS : WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC

HALL of FAME

1958 CHAMPIONS : WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC

HONOURS

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Hungaria L 0:5 W North Shore United FC Mewata 2,000 Montréal, QC, CAN Ukraina Montréal W 2:0 L Windsor Corinthians LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Montréal, QC, CAN Ukraina Montréal W 2:1 L North Shore United FC Faillon 4,000 FINAL : Montréal wins Championship / Montréal gagne le Championnat.

NATIONAL

DATE 1957-09-07 1957-09-08 DATE 1957-09-21

CANADA SOCCER

CHALLENGE

DATE 1960-08-25 1960-08-27 DATE 1960-09-03 1960-09-10 DATE 1960-10-22

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Regina, SK, CAN Regina Concordia L 3:6 W Calgary Kickers Taylor 800 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Germania FC L 1:2 W Calgary Kickers Alexander 700 LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Westminster, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 4:0 L Calgary Kickers Empire 1,655 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Golden Mile W 6:3 L Montréal Hungaria Faillon LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Vancouver, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 4:0 L Toronto Golden Mile Empire 3,500 FINAL : Westminster wins Championship / Westminster gagne le Championnat.

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INTERNATIONAL

1960 WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC : Roy Cairns, Jim Cowie, Stu Crossan, Al Green, Bob Lewis, Ron Patton, Brian Philley, Merv Schweitzer, Gogie Stewart, David Stothard, John Woods.


CHALLENGE 1961 CHAMPIONS : MONTRÉAL CONCORDIA 1961 MONTRÉAL CONCORDIA : Tommy Barrett, Héctor Dadderio, Gabrielle DeToni, Humberto Gambaro, Charlie Hovarth, Joao Jorge, Arpad Kiraly, Olivio Lacerda, Hector Lopez, Hector Marinaro, Tito Maule, Jose Sanchez, Steve Stancik, Emilio Svich. Manager / gérant Skënder Perolli. DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B 1961-07-29 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Concordia W 1:0 L Vancouver Firefighters FC FINAL : Montréal wins Championship / Montréal gagne le Championnat.

STADIA ATT Faillon 2,500

CHAMPIONNAT 1962-1972 CHAMPIONSHIP The competition sometimes switched format, but most often played towards a national final between two teams. In 1962, only three teams were involved (with Winnipeg receiving a bye into the final); in 1963, there was no competition. In most years there were 7-10 teams in the playdowns, with Newfoundland Labrador having joined in 1967, New Brunswick having joined in 1969, and Prince Edward Island having joined in 1972. Northwest Territories joined in 1971, but would not return for another 40 years. In 1966 and 1970, the club competition was replaced by an Inter-Provincial tournament of select teams. In all years, the national champion was awarded the Challenge Trophy. / Le tournoi change parfois de format, mais il est joué la plupart du temps vers une finale nationale entre deux équipes. En 1962, seulement trois équipes ont participé (Winnipeg ayant reçu un laissez-passer vers la finale); en 1963, il n’y a pas eu de tournoi. La plupart des années il y a eu 7 à 10 équipes lors des éliminatoires, avec Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador s’ajoutant en 1967, le Nouveau-Brunswick en 1969 et l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard en 1972. Les Territoires-du-Nord-Ouest se sont ajoutés en 1971, mais ne seront pas de retour avant 40 ans. En 1966 et 1970, le tournoi de club fut remplacé par un tournoi interprovincial composé de quelques équipes. Tous les ans, le gagnant national reçoit le Trophée Challenge.

1962 CHAMPIONS : WINNIPEG AN&AF SCOTTISH FC 1962 WINNIPEG AN&AF SCOTTISH FC : John Addison, Jim Baird, Dodds, Hugh Jamieson, Bob Logan, Don McKenzie, Bob McKinlay, Keono Mirwaldt, Jimmy Moore, Jimmy Murphy, Napier, Johnny Schepers, Fred Stambrook, Johnny Van der Malen. Manager / gérant Charlie Caithness. DATE 1962-09-15 DATE 1962-09-22

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Edelweiss W 3:1 L Regina Concordia LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish W 6:0 L Edmonton Edelweiss FINAL : Winnipeg wins Championship / Winnipeg gagne le Championnat.

STADIA ATT Clarke 600 STADIA ATT Alexander 1,000

1964 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER COLUMBUS FC 1964 VANCOUVER COLUMBUS FC : Eddie Bak, Camuzzi, John Commuzzi, Errol Crossan, Steve Djoric, Carlos Franco, J. Franco, Bob Hazeldine, Barry Ihakski, Dino Massignani, Mazzei, Roy Nosella, Ken Pears, Merv Schweitzer, Frank Sealy, Gino Vazzolar, George Zambrano. DATE 1964-09-05 1964-08-29 1964-08-29 1964-08-29 DATE 1964-09-13 1964-08-30 1964-09-12

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Italia Canadians Regina, SK, CAN Regina Concordia Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal St. Paul Rovers Sudbury, ON, CAN Sudbury Italia FC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Columbus FC Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal St. Paul Rovers Sudbury, ON, CAN Sudbury Italia FC

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT L 2:3 W Vancouver Columbus FC 2,000 W 3:2 L Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish W 4:2 L Ottawa St. Anthony’s Italia FC W 2:0 L Halifax Olands Schooners SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT W 6:0 L Regina Concordia Callister 2,281 D 2:2 D Sudbury Italia FC Jarry W 4:0 L Montréal Saint-Paul Rovers


STADIA ATT Callister 3,100

1965 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER FIREFIGHTERS FC 1965 VANCOUVER FIREFIGHTERS FC : Robert Allen, Greg Arnett, Eddie Bak, Bennett, Jim Blundell, Art Hughes, Miller, Bob Mills, Ken Pears, Gary Stevens, Louis Trischuk. Manager / gérant Doug Greig. DATE 1965-09-04 1965-08-28 1965-09-11 1965-09-11 DATE 1965-09-12 1965-09-12 DATE 1965-09-25

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Rangers L 0:2 W Vancouver Firefighters FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish W 3:0 L Regina Concordia Alexander Halifax, NS, CAN Oshawa Italia FC : Lachine Rangers Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax Morse’s : ((Atlantic)) LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Firefighters FC W 7:0 L Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish Callister Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax Morse’s L 0:4 W Oshawa Italia FC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Oshawa, ON, CAN Oshawa Italia FC L 0:5 W Vancouver Firefighters FC FINAL : Vancouver wins Championship / Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

ATT 1,200 1,000 ATT 2,000 ATT 1,000

HALL of FAME

DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B 1964-09-19 Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Columbus FC W 4:0 L Sudbury Italia FC FINAL : Vancouver wins Championship / Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

CANADA SOCCER

CHALLENGE

1966 BRITISH COLUMBIA SELECTS : Colin Atkinson, Bruce Ballam, Enzo Benatto, Jim Berry, Ralph Burkinshaw, Kirby Carter, Neil Ellett, Robbie Goodheart, Harold Hansen, Russ Hillman, Dennis Irwin, Sam Lenarduzzi, Ike MacKay, Allan McLeod, Gary Thompson, Sergio Zanatta. Manager / gérant Len Burkinshaw. ATT 3,000

1,000 1,000 ATT 3,000

ATT

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN British Columbia W 4:1 L Manitoba Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Ontario W 2:0 L Manitoba Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN British Columbia W 6:0 L Ontario Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Manitoba D 1:1 D British Columbia Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Manitoba L 3:5 W Ontario Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Ontario D 1:1 D British Columbia Alexander LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Québec D 3:3 D Alberta Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Saskatchewan D 2:2 D Alberta Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Québec W 5:1 L Saskatchewan Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Alberta L 0:1 W Québec Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Alberta L 0:4 W Saskatchewan Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Saskatchewan W 1:0 L Québec Alexander LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Ontario W 3:1 L Saskatchewan Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN British Columbia W 2:0 L Québec Alexander FINAL : Manitoba wins Inter-Provincial Series / Manitoba gagne le Tournoi interprovincial.

1,000

1967 CHAMPIONS : TORONTO BALLYMENA UNITED 1967 TORONTO BALLYMENA UNITED : Tony Adams, John Anderson, Bob Armstrong, Ken Beattie, Bill Curry, Angus Denniston, J. Falconer, Bob Hamilton, Gord McLennan, Brendan Nesbitt, John O’Neil, Eric Smith, Jim Sullivan, Mike Thomas, Dick Weatherup. Manager / gérant James McCready.

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DATE 1966-08-28 1966-08-29 1966-08-30 1966-08-31 1966-09-01 1966-09-02 DATE 1966-08-28 1966-08-29 1966-08-30 1966-08-31 1966-09-01 1966-09-02 DATE 1966-09-03 1966-09-03

HONOURS

1966 CHAMPIONS : BRITISH COLUMBIA SELECTS


CHALLENGE DATE 1967-09-17 1967-09-16 1967 DATE 1967-09-23 1967-09-23 DATE 1967-09-30

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon City W 7:1 L Winnipeg Thistle FC Verdun, QC, CAN Celtic Verdun L 0:5 W Toronto Ballymena United St. Lawrence, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians W 9:1 L Sydney Esso Ramblers LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Buffalo Kickers W 5:0 L Saskatoon City Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ballymena United W 3:2 L St. Lawrence Laurentians LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Buffalo Kickers L 0:1 W Toronto Ballymena United FINAL : Toronto wins Championship / Toronto gagne le Championnat.

STADIA ATT Fairview 500 Verdun Centennial STADIA ATT Mewata Birchmount 500 STADIA ATT Mewata 1,000

1968 CHAMPIONS : TORONTO ROYALS 1968 TORONTO ROYALS : Tony Adams, Billy Adolfsen, John Anderson, Bob Armstrong, Ken Beattie, Chris Doyle, B. Johnson, K. Laidlaw, Steve Mackley, Frank McAuley, Jim McLuskie, T. Mellow, R. Middler, John O’Neil, Billy Scott, Dick Weatherup. DATE 1968-08-31 1968-08-31 1968-08-31 1968-08-31 1968-09-01 DATE 1968-09-14 1968-09-01 DATE 1968-09-29

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Buffalo Kickers L 0:1 W Vancouver Columbus FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Internationals W 3:2 L Saskatoon Concordia Alexander St. John’s, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians L 0:2 W Montréal Johl Rangers King George V St. John’s, NL, CAN Halifax Olands L 1:2 W Toronto Royals King George V St. John’s, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians W 2:0 L Halifax Olands King George V LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Columbus FC W 2:1 L Winnipeg Internationals 1,428 St. John’s, NL, CAN Montréal Johl Rangers L 3:4 W Toronto Royals King George V 4,000 LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Royals W 2:1 L Vancouver Columbus FC Stanley 1,000 FINAL : Toronto wins Championship / Toronto gagne le Championnat.

1969 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER COLUMBUS FC 1969 VANCOUVER COLUMBUS FC : Jim Berry, John Comuzzi, Steve Djoric, Peter Greco, Victor Kodelja, Sam Lenarduzzi, Vanni Lenarduzzi, Dan Rosengren, Peter Simpson, Gino Vazzoler, Sergio Zanatta. Manager / gérant Peter Mainardi. DATE 1969-08-30 1969-08-30 1969 1969-08-30 1969 DATE 1969-09-14 1969-09-14 DATE 1969-09-28

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Columbus FC W 5:0 L Calgary Shamrocks 300 Regina, SK, CAN Regina Concordia W 3:1 L Winnipeg Thistle FC 200 Saint John, NB, CAN Saint John Islanders L 1:6 W Halifax Olands Sudbury, ON, CAN Sudbury White Eagles D 2:2 D Montréal Ukraina Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax Olands L 2:4 W Feildians AA LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Vancouver, BC, CAN Vancouver Columbus FC W 4:3 L Regina Concordia Empire 1,200 St. John’s, NL, CAN Feildians AA L 1:2 W Montréal Ukraina 3,000 LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver Columbus FC W 10:0 L Montréal Ukraina Swangard 1,500 FINAL : Vancouver wins Championship / Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

1970 CHAMPIONS : MANITOBA SELECTS 1970 MANITOBA SELECTS : Laszlo Bastyovansky, Gary Batchelor, Horst Bluschke, Andy Cooper, Dusan Drazic, Detlev Gaul, Eric Isaacson, Tom Johnstone, Dave Kerr, Nick McGuire, Frank McKee, Walter McKee, Jim McLees, Steve Meszaros, Billy Newlands, Wolfgang Trauer. Manager / gérant Jimmy Dunnett.

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Winnipeg, MB, CAN Saskatchewan W 3:2 L Alberta Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Manitoba D 1:1 D British Columbia Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN British Columbia W 4:0 L Alberta Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Manitoba W 5:0 L Saskatchewan Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Manitoba W 3:0 L Alberta Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN British Columbia W 1:0 L Saskatchewan Alexander LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Winnipeg, MB, CAN Québec W 4:1 L Nova Scotia Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Ontario L 1:2 W Newfoundland Labrador Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Québec W 3:0 L Newfoundland Labrador Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Ontario W 3:2 L Nova Scotia Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Newfoundland Labrador W 8:1 L Nova Scotia Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Québec W 1:0 L Ontario Alexander LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Winnipeg, MB, CAN British Columbia W 7:0 L Newfoundland Labrador Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Manitoba W 2:1 L Québec Alexander 4,000 FINAL : Manitoba wins Inter-Provincial Series / Montréal gagne le Tournoi interprovincial.

1971 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER EINTRACHT

HALL of FAME

DATE 1970-08-02 1970-08-02 1970-08-03 1970-08-04 1970-08-05 1970-08-05 DATE 1970-08-02 1970-08-02 1970-08-03 1970-08-03 1970-08-04 1970-08-04 DATE 1970-08-06 1970-08-06

CANADA SOCCER

CHALLENGE

1972 CHAMPIONS : NEW WESTMINSTER BLUES 1972 NEW WESTMINSTER BLUES : Gary Born, Rusty Bruce, Neil Calver, Tom Forrester, Brian Gant, Metro Gerela, Mike Gilmore, Robbie Goodheart, Jim Irving, Joe Little, Dan Lomas, Steve Rogers, Bill Sinclair, Doug Wilson. Manager / gérant Charlie Caithness. DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1972 Dalhousie United L 1:5 W Dartmouth Mooseheads 1972 Summerside Hotspurs L 1:7 W St. Lawrence Laurentians 1972-09-02 Burnaby, BC, CAN New Westminster Blues W 1:0 L Edmonton Scottish Swangard 1972-09-10 Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Internationals L 1:4 W Winnipeg Thistle 1972 Dartmouth Mooseheads L 1:3 W St. Lawrence Laurentians 1972-09-10 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto San Fili W 1:0 L Montréal Ukraina York 1,428 DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1972-09-17 Burnaby, BC, CAN New Westminster Blues W 2:0 L Winnipeg Thistle 417 1972-09-17 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto San Fili W 4:0 L St. Lawrence Laurentians York 2,452

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Yellowknife, NT, CAN Yellowknife L 2:5 W Edmonton Ital-Canadians Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Ital-Inter W 4:0 L Regina Concordia Alexander Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Ital-Canadians L 2:6 W Vancouver Eintracht Halifax, NS, CAN Wolfville Hortons W 7:1 L Moncton Olands St. John’s, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians W 4:1 L Wolfville Hortons King George V LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Ital-Inter L 0:1 W Vancouver Eintracht Alexander St. John’s, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians L 1:7 W Windsor Maple Leafs King George V 5,200 LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver Eintracht W 3:1 L Windsor Maple Leafs Swangard 1,359 FINAL : Vancouver wins Championship / Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

INTERNATIONAL

DATE 1971 1971-09-12 1971-09-12 1971 1971-09-12 DATE 1971-09-19 1971-09-19 DATE 1971-10-03

HONOURS

1971 VANCOUVER EINTRACHT : Greg Arnett, Peter Arnett, Adie Becker, Andy Becker, Wolfgang Bludau, Peter Efrenjan, Wolfgang Eladan, Graham Lee, Les Parsons, Gary Thompson, Danny Wesbter.


CHALLENGE DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1972-10-01 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto San Fili L 0:3 W New Westminster Blues York 2,552 FINAL : New Westminster wins Championship / New Westminster gagne le Championnat.

CHAMPIONNAT 1973-1984 CHAMPIONSHIP The competition switched from playdowns to a Final Round concept in one host city. There were six teams in 1973, then four teams in ensuing years from 1974 to 1984. The host qualified automatically while the other teams qualified via regional playdowns. The national winner was presented the Challenge Trophy. From 1977 to 1982, the tournament was sponsored by Labatt’s; in 1983 and 1984, the tournament was sponsored by Molson Breweries. / Le tournoi est passé du type éliminatoire au concept de ronde finale dans une ville hôte. Il y avait 6 équipes en 1973, puis 4 équipes de 1974 à 1984. L’équipe hôte se qualifiait automatiquement tandis que les autres équipes se qualifiaient par des éliminatoires régionales. Le gagnant national reçoit le Trophée Challenge. De 1977 à 1982, le tournoi fut commandité par Labatt tandis que lors des années 1983 et 1984, le tournoi fut commandité par les brasseries Molson.

1973 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER FIREFIGHTERS FC 1973 VANCOUVER FIREFIGHTERS FC : Allen, Gill, Mike Gilmore, Jim Goodheart, Robbie Goodheart, John Haar, Al Hardy, Ken Harris, Glen Hunter, Dave Hutton, Nichol, Steve Rogers, Rose, Schwab, Bob Sedgwick, Singleton, Gary Stevens, Tetrault, Louis Trischuk. DATE 1973-08-17 1973-08-18 1973-08-19 DATE 1973-09-01 1973-09-01 1973-09-02 1973-09-02 1973-09-02 1973-09-03 1973-09-03

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Winnipeg, MB, CAN St. Stephen’s Hungaria W 3:2 L Saskatoon United Alexander 500 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Saskatoon United L 1:3 W Calgary Springer Kickers Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN St. Stephen’s Hungaria FC L 0:2 W Calgary Springer Kickers Alexander 1,500 LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT St. John’s, NL, CAN Vancouver Firefighters W 9:0 L Saint John Schooners King George V St. John’s, NL, CAN Toronto West Indies D 1:1 D Calgary Springer Kickers King George V St. John’s, NL, CAN St-Viateur Montréal L 1:2 W Vancouver Firefighters King George V St. John’s, NL, CAN Holy Cross L 0:2 W Toronto West Indies Utd. King George V St. John’s, NL, CAN Calgary Springer Kickers W 5:1 L Saint John Schooners King George V St. John’s, NL, CAN St-Viateur Montréal L 0:1 W Holy Cross King George V St. John’s, NL, CAN Vancouver Firefighters W 2:0 L Toronto West Indies Utd. King George V FINAL : Vancouver wins Championship / Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

1974 CHAMPIONS : CALGARY SPRINGER KICKERS 1974 CALGARY SPRINGER KICKERS : H. Aberworth, Yilmas Atas, Blank, Ian Chesser, Bob Dorey, Oscar Faoro, Ray Gannon, Art Gense, Hugh Hamilton, Harold Hansen, Art Jense, Otto Seidel, John Sneddon, Warner. DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1974-08-03 Summerside L 0:1 W Halifax Olands 1974-08-10 Vancouver Lobbans : Yukon 1974-08-10 Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon United SC L 1:11 W Winnipeg Thistle 1974-08-10 Montréal, QC, CAN Haitiana Montréal W 12:0 L Saint John Schooners 1974-08-17 Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Springer Kickers W 3:0 L Vancouver Lobbans Broadview 1,500 1974-08-17 Windsor, ON, CAN Windsor Italia W 2:1 L Winnipeg Thistle 1974-08-17 Halifax Olands L 0:2 W Haitiana Montréal DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1974-08-24 St. John’s, NL, CAN Grand Bank Geebees D 2:2 D Windsor Italia 1974-08-24 St. John’s, NL, CAN Calgary Springer Kickers W 1:0 L Haitiana Montréal 1974-08-25 St. John’s, NL, CAN Grand Bank Geebees D 3:3 D Haitiana Montréal 1974-08-25 St. John’s, NL, CAN Calgary Springer Kickers W 2:1 L Windsor Italia FINAL : Calgary wins Championship / Calgary gagne le Championnat.

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1975 VICTORIA LONDON BOXING CLUB : Howie Anderson, Jan Bentley, Bob Bolitho, Kjeld Brodsgaard, Steve Carroll, Ash Douglas, Dan Lomas, Garnett Moen, George Pakos, Ted Reading, Brian Robinson, Ken Ross, Ron Thompson, Bill Windecker, Frank Woods. DATE 1975 1975 1975 1975 1975 1975 1975-08-17 1975-08-17 DATE 1975-08-22 1975-08-23 1975-08-24 1975-08-24

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Thistle W 6:0 L Saskatoon United Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Thistle L 1:3 W Victoria London Boxing Club Saint John, NB, CAN Saint John Islanders W 6:1 L Halifax City Sports Club Saint John, NB, CAN Saint John Islanders W 4:1 L Charlottetown Jumping Jacks St. John’s, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians W 1:0 L Saint John Islanders St. John’s, NL, CAN Kalena St-Simon Montréal W 2:1 L Brantford Falcons St. John’s, NL, CAN Saint John Islanders W 6:2 L Brantford Falcons St. John’s, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians W 3:2 L Kalena St-Simon Montréal LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN Victoria London Boxing Club W 4:1 L Edmonton Ital-Canadians Calgary, AB, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians W 6:4 L Kalena St-Simon Montréal Calgary, AB, CAN Kalena St-Simon Montréal L 1:3 W Edmonton Ital-Canadians Calgary, AB, CAN Victoria London Boxing Club W 3:1 L St. Lawrence Laurentians FINAL : Victoria wins Championship / Victoria gagne le Championnat.

ATT

ATT

HALL of FAME

1975 CHAMPIONS : VICTORIA LONDON BOXING CLUB

CANADA SOCCER

CHALLENGE

ATT 450

ATT

1977 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER COLUMBUS FC 1977 VANCOUVER COLUMBUS FC : Ed Arnicans, Colin Atkinson, Peter Greco, Vanni Lennarduzi, Billy McLeod, Mike McLeod, Norman McLeod, Tom Newman, Jan Prehal, Fillipo Rigazzi, Gino Vazzoler, Doug Wilson, Sergio Zanatta. Playercoach / entraîneur : Gino Vazzoler. DATE LOCATION 1977-08-06 1977-08-07 1977-08-21

TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Edmonton Victoria Canadians Belvedere Internationals Olympique LaSalle

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA L 1:3 W Vancouver Columbus FC L 1:2 W Fredericton Galleons L 0:3 W Halifax Olands

ATT

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DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA 1976-08-08 Regina, SK, CAN Regina Concordia W 3:2 L Calgary Kickers Taylor Field 1976-08-14 Vancouver, BC, CAN Victoria West FC W 3:2 L Regina Concordia Empire 1976-08-08 Halifax Olands W 4:2 L Charlottetown Peerless 1976-08-14 Halifax Olands W 3:0 L Saint John Islanders 1976-08-21 St. John’s, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians W 4:1 L LaSalle 1976-08-21 St. John’s, NL, CAN Halifax Olands W 2:1 L Windsor Croatia 1976-08-22 St. John’s, NL, CAN LaSalle W 5:2 L Windsor Croatia 1976-08-22 St. John’s, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians W 2:1 L Halifax Olands DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA 1976-08-28 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Fort Rouge W 4:1 L Halifax Olands 1976-08-28 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Victoria West FC D 1:1 D St. Lawrence Laurentians 1976-08-29 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Halifax Olands D 1:1 D St. Lawrence Laurentians 1976-08-29 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Fort Rouge L 2:3 W Victoria West FC FINAL : Victoria wins Championship / Victoria gagne le Championnat.

INTERNATIONAL

1976 VICTORIA WEST FC : Ralph Anderson, Marc Bolli, Greg Booth, Jim De Goede, Steve Forslund, Butch Foster, Mike Hardy, Darryl Hooker, Eric Jones, Waining Lee, John McGuire, Gary McLaren, Greg Mellish, Steve Moss, Gord Reading, Rob Williams.

HONOURS

1976 CHAMPIONS : VICTORIA WEST FC


CHALLENGE 1977-08-27 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Ital-Inter W 2:1 L Regina Concordia 1977-08-28 Halifax Olands W 5:2 L Fredericton Galleons 1977-09-03 Toronto Hakoah W 3:0 L Halifax Olands DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1977-09-09 St. Lawrence, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians W 5:0 L Winnipeg Ital-Inter Centennial 4,000 1977-09-10 St. Lawrence, NL, CAN Vancouver Columbus D 1:1 D Toronto Hakoah Centennial 1977-09-11 St. Lawrence, NL, CAN Toronto Hakoah D 0:0 D Winnipeg Ital-Inter Centennial 1977-09-11 St. Lawrence, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians L 0:1 W Vancouver Columbus Centennial 4,000 FINAL : Vancouver wins Championship / Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

1978 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER COLUMBUS FC 1978 VANCOUVER COLUMBUS FC : Colin Atkinson, Elio Ciaccia, Joe Cuzzetto, Robin Elliot, Peter Greco, Vanni Lenarduzzi, Alan McAvoy, Mike McLeod, Norman McLeod, Filippo Rigazzi, Gino Vazzoler, Doug Wilson, Sergio Zanatta. DATE 1978-08-25 1978-08-25 1978-08-26 1978-08-26 1978-08-27 1978-08-27 1978-09-01 1978-09-01 1978-09-02 1978-09-02 1978-09-03 1978-09-03 DATE 1978-09-08 1978-09-08 1978-09-09 1978-09-09 1978-09-10

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA St. John’s, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians W 3:0 L Belvedere Internationals St. John’s, NL, CAN Halifax Olands W 5:0 L Saint John Drydock Islanders St. John’s, NL, CAN Belvedere Internationals L 0:1 W Halifax Olands St. John’s, NL, CAN Saint John Drydock L 1:5 W St. Lawrence Laurentians St. John’s, NL, CAN Belvedere Internationals D 1:1 D Saint John Drydock Islanders St. John’s, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians W 4:0 L Halifax Olands Edmonton, AB, CAN Vancouver Columbus FC W 5:1 L Regina Concordia Edmonton, AB, CAN Calgary Springer Kickers W 8:1 L Charleswood United Edmonton, AB, CAN Vancouver Columbus FC W 5:0 L Charleswood United Edmonton, AB, CAN Calgary Springer Kickers W 4:1 L Regina Concordia Edmonton, AB, CAN Regina Concordia W 1:0 L Charleswood United Edmonton, AB, CAN Calgary Springer Kickers L 1:3 W Vancouver Columbus FC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Kitchener, ON, CAN Montréal Elio Blues W 1:0 L Vancouver Columbus FC Kitchener, ON, CAN St. Catharines Roma U-23 L 0:1 W St. Lawrence Laurentians Kitchener, ON, CAN Vancouver Columbus FC W 5:0 L St. Lawrence Laurentians Kitchener, ON, CAN St. Catharines Roma U-23 L 2:3 W Montréal Elio Blues Kitchener, ON, CAN Vancouver Columbus FC W 3:1 L Montréal Elio Blues Memorial FINAL : Vancouver wins Championship / Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

ATT

ATT

800

1979 CHAMPIONS : VICTORIA WEST FC 1979 VICTORIA WEST FC : Tim Achtzner, Jim De Goede, Bobby Duncan, Steve Forslund, Bill Foster, Dan Henry, Jaroslav Hrasky, Waining Lee, John McGuire, Greg Mellish, Garnett Moen, Steve Moss, Rob Williams. Head coach / entraîneur : Bob English. DATE 1979-08-10 1979-08-11 1979-08-12 1979-08-18 1979-08-17 1979-08-17 1979-08-18 1979-08-18 1979-08-19 1979-08-19

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Winnipeg, MB, CAN Regina Concordia Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Scottish Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Tatra Montréal, QC, CAN Olympique LaSalle Halifax, NS, CAN Saint John Dry Dock Islanders Halifax, NS, CAN Scotia Olympics Halifax, NS, CAN Summerside Hotspurs Halifax, NS, CAN Scotia Olympics Halifax, NS, CAN Saint John Dry Dock Islanders Halifax, NS, CAN Scotia Olympics

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA L 1:4 W Winnipeg Tatra Alexander W 4:1 L Regina Concordia Alexander W 1:0 L Edmonton Scottish Alexander W 2:1 L Ottawa Maple Leaf Almrausch L 0:5 W Holy Cross W 5:1 L Summerside Hotspurs L 0:3 W Holy Cross W 3:2 L Saint John Dry Dock Islanders W 5:1 L Summerside Hotspurs L 1:2 W Holy Cross

ATT


STADIA ATT Royal Athletic Royal Athletic 1,300 Royal Athletic Royal Athletic 1,500 Royal Athletic 1,700

1980 CHAMPIONS : SAINT JOHN DRYDOCK ISLANDERS 1980 SAINT JOHN DRYDOCK ISLANDERS : Ashton, Aviss, Adel Bashalani, Crilly, Docherty, Elrhoury, Derek England, Faulds, Graham, Harding, Hawker, Kakaletris, Matt Reid, Slaney, Smith, Taylor. Player-coach / entraîneur : Matt Reid. DATE 1980-08-22 1980-08-22 1980-08-24 1980-08-24 1980-08-23 1980-08-22 1980-08-23 1980-08-24 DATE 1980-09-12 1980-09-12 1980-09-14 1980-09-14

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Saskatoon, SK, CAN Calgary Springer Kickers W 2:1 L Winnipeg Tatra SC Saskatoon, SK, CAN Victoria West FC W 1:0 L Saskatoon United Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon United L 2:5 W Winnipeg Tatra SC Saskatoon, SK, CAN Victoria West FC W 3:2 L Calgary Springer Kickers Ottawa, ON, CAN Ottawa Maple Leaf Almrausch W 1:0 L Montréal Elio Blues 300 Fredericton, NB, CAN Saint John Drydock Islanders W 4:1 L St. Lawrence Laurentians Fredericton, NB, CAN Charlottetown Tradewinds L 0:3 W St. Lawrence Laurentians Fredericton, NB, CAN Saint John Drydock W 4:1 L Charlottetown Tradewinds LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax Privateers D 1:1 D Ottawa Maple Leaf Almrausch Halifax, NS, CAN Saint John Drydock Islanders W 2:0 L Victoria West FC Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax Privateers W 2:1 L Victoria West FC Halifax, NS, CAN Saint John Drydock Islanders W 3:2 L Ottawa Maple Leaf Almrausch 2,500 FINAL : Saint John wins Championship / Saint John gagne le Championnat.

1981 CHAMPIONS : NORTH YORK CIOCIARO SC

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Victoria, BC, CAN Winnipeg Tatra L 1:2 W Olympique LaSalle Victoria, BC, CAN Holy Cross Crusaders L 0:2 W Victoria West FC Victoria, BC, CAN Olympique LaSalle W 8:0 L Holy Cross Victoria, BC, CAN Victoria West FC D 2:2 D Winnipeg Tatra Victoria, BC, CAN Victoria West FC W 6:2 L Olympique LaSalle FINAL : Victoria wins Championship / Victoria gagne le Championnat.

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DATE 1979-09-14 1979-09-14 1979-09-15 1979-09-15 1979-09-16

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Victoria, BC, CAN Victoria West FC W 2:1 L Saskatoon United SC Royal Athletic Victoria, BC, CAN Fort Rouge L 0:1 W Saskatoon United SC Royal Athletic Victoria, BC, CAN Victoria West FC W 3:2 L Fort Rouge Royal Athletic Montréal, QC, CAN CS Hermes Montréal : North York Ciociaro SC Atlantic playoffs in NL : Atlantic playoffs in NL : Atlantic playoffs in NL : Atlantic playoffs in NL : LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN North York Ciociaro SC W 1:0 L Holy Cross Glenmore Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Springer Kickers W 2:1 L Victoria West FC Glenmore Calgary, AB, CAN Victoria West FC : Holy Cross Glenmore Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Springer Kickers L 1:2 W North York Ciociaro SC Glenmore FINAL : North York wins Championship / North York gagne le Championnat.

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DATE 1981-09-25 1981-09-26 1981-09-27 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 DATE 1981-10-09 1981-10-09 1981-10-11 1981-10-11

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1981 NORTH YORK CIOCIARO SC : Behnam Abbassi, Nader Afoussi, Joe Berta, Joe Carnevale, Tony De Sousa, Angelo Gabrielli, Sandro Gennara, Frank Gugliemelli, Tony Lizzi, Joe Pellegrino, Pat Petracca, Mike Pirone, Dave Poroc, Nick Silvieri, Jim Tedesco, Nunzio Teofilo.


CHALLENGE 1982 CHAMPIONS : VICTORIA WEST FC 1982 VICTORIA WEST FC : Tim Achtzner, Paul Askew, Jim De Goede, Steve Forslund, Butch Foster, Dan Henry, Howie Kirk, Waining Lee, Ike MacKay, John McGuire, Gary McLaren, Dallas Moen, Steve Moss, Robbie Wallace, Rob Williams. Head coach / entraîneur : Bob English. DATE 1982-09-24 1982-09-25 1982-09-26 1982-09-25 1982 1982 1982 1982 DATE 1982-10-08 1982-10-08 1982-10-10 1982-10-10

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Victoria West FC D 0:0 D Calgary Springer Kickers Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Tatra L 1:2 W Victoria West FC Alexander Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Tatra D 3:3 D Calgary Springer Kickers Alexander Kitchener, ON, CAN Kitchener Olympics : Aurore Atlantic playoffs in NS : Atlantic playoffs in NS : Atlantic playoffs in NS : Atlantic playoffs in NS : LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Saskatoon, SK, CAN Victoria West FC W 3:0 L Kitchener Olympics Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon United W 1:0 L Dartmouth United Olands Saskatoon, SK, CAN Kitchener Olympics W 4:1 L Dartmouth United Olands Saskatoon, SK, CAN Victoria West FC W 4:0 L Saskatoon United FINAL : Victoria wins Championship / Victoria gagne le Championnat.

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1983 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER FIREFIGHTERS FC 1983 VANCOUVER FIREFIGHTERS FC : Jamie Buchanan, Arthur Coombes, Marty Etheridge, Tom Foss, Kirby Graeme, Greg Grieve, Harold Hansen, Jay Johnstone, John Kveton, Mike McLeod, Norman McLeod, Reg Newmark, John Parker, Gordon Qualty, Dave Rosenlund, Michael Wilson. Head coach / entraîneur : John Haar.

1983-09-16 1983-09-16 1983-09-18 1983-09-18 1983 1983 1983 DATE 1983-10-08 1983-10-08 1983-10-10 1983-10-10

Calgary, AB, CAN Winnipeg Tatra SC L 1:2 W Regina Concordia Calgary, AB, CAN Lethbridge Royals L 2:4 W Vancouver Firefighters Calgary, AB, CAN Winnipeg Tatra SC W 4:1 L Lethbridge Royals Calgary, AB, CAN Vancouver Firefighters W 3:0 L Regina Concordia Atlantic playoffs Halifax King of Donair W 2:0 L Charlottetown Bonnie Brae Atlantic playoffs Holy Cross W 2:0 L Saint John Bicentennial Atlantic playoffs Halifax King of Donair W 2:0 L Holy Cross LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Thunder Bay, ON, CAN Vancouver Firefighters W 2:1 L Montréal Elio Blues Fort William Thunder Bay, ON, CAN Windsor Croatia W 7:0 L Halifax King of Donair Fort William Thunder Bay, ON, CAN Montréal Elio Blues W 2:0 L Halifax King of Donair Fort William Thunder Bay, ON, CAN Vancouver Firefighters W 2:1 L Windsor Croatia Fort William FINAL : Vancouver wins Championship / Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Saskatoon, SK, CAN Edmonton Ital-Canadians W 2:0 L Saskatoon United Weaver Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon United L 0:1 W Winnipeg Thistle Weaver Saskatoon, SK, CAN Edmonton Ital-Canadians W 2:1 L Winnipeg Thistle Weaver Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Elio Blues L 1:2 W Hamilton Dundas United Stade Molson

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St. John’s, NL, CAN : St. John’s, NL, CAN : St. John’s, NL, CAN : St. John’s, NL, CAN : LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Victoria, BC, CAN Hamilton Dundas United D 1:1 D Dartmouth United Olands Victoria, BC, CAN Victoria West FC W 1:0 L Edmonton Ital-Canadians Victoria, BC, CAN Dartmouth United Olands L 0:6 W Edmonton Ital-Canadians 800 Victoria, BC, CAN Victoria West FC W 1:0 L Hamilton Dundas United 1,649 FINAL : Victoria wins Championship / Victoria gagne le Championnat.

CHAMPIONNAT 1985-2003 CHAMPIONSHIP The final competition featured 6-12 teams in one location each year. Yukon Territories entered the competition for the first time in 2000. The national winner was awarded the Challenge Trophy. In 1985, the sponsor was Molson Breweries; from 1986 to 1995, the sponsor was Air Canada; from 1996 to 1998, the sponsor was Umbro. / Le tournoi final était composé de 6 à 12 équipes regroupées dans un seul lieu chaque année. Les territoires du Yukon se sont ajoutés au tournoi en 2000. Le gagnant national reçoit le Trophée Challenge. En 1985, le commanditaire fut les Brasseries Molson; de 1986 à 1995, le commanditaire fut Air-Canada et de 1996 à 1998 le commanditaire fut Umbro.

HALL of FAME

1984-09-14 1984-09-14 1984-09-16 1984-09-16 DATE 1984-10-05 1984-10-05 1984-10-07 1984-10-07

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CHALLENGE

1985 CROATIA SC VANCOUVER : Gord Ackerman, Dennis Bralic, John Gasparac, Rudi Gasparac, Eric Jones, Russell Kekec, Brian Kennedy, Joe McQuade, Mark McQueen, Lui Miljanovic, Joe Pesht, Skip Radbourne, Darren Schultz, Gary Wilson, Joe Zlomislic, Steve Zlomislic. Head coach / entraîneur : Peter Stipancik. ATT

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1986 CHAMPIONS : HAMILTON STEELERS 1986 HAMILTON STEELERS : John DiPasquale, Gamal El Shaarawi, Garry Hay, Steve Hill, Lucio Ianiero, Billy Johnstone, Kevin Keenan, Alastair Love, Gary Morrow, Lajos Nagy, Larry Pretto, Frank Riga, Bryan Rosenfeld, Colin Samuels, David Tennant, Lino Tomasetti. Head coach / entraîneur : Kevin Grant. DATE 1986-09-20 1986-08-29 1986-08-29

LOCATION Prince Albert, SK, CAN Charlottetown, PE, CAN Charlottetown, PE, CAN

TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Prince Albert Celtic NL NB

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA L 0:4 W Hamilton Steelers D 1:1 D NS L 0:1 W Olde Dublin Pub

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Atlantic Playoff : Atlantic Playoff : Atlantic Playoff : Atlantic Playoff : LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Edmonton, AB, CAN Montréal Elio Blues D 1:1 D Winnipeg Ital Inter Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Ital Canadians W 5:0 L Moncton Rovers Edmonton, AB, CAN Toronto Emerald L 0:2 W Winnipeg Ital Inter Edmonton, AB, CAN Croatia SC Vancouver W 6:0 L Moncton Rovers Edmonton, AB, CAN Montréal Elio Blues W 3:0 L Toronto Emerald Edmonton, AB, CAN Croatia SC Vancouver W 2:1 L Edmonton Ital Canadians LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Edmonton, AB, CAN Toronto Emerald W 7:2 L Moncton Rovers Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Ital Canadians W 3:2 L Winnipeg Ital Inter Edmonton, AB, CAN Croatia SC Vancouver W 3:0 L Montréal Elio Blues Clarke FINAL : Vancouver wins Championship / Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

INTERNATIONAL

DATE 1985 1985 1985 1985 DATE 1985-10-11 1985-10-11 1985-10-12 1985-10-12 1985-10-13 1985-10-13 DATE 1985-10-14 1985-10-14 1985-10-14

HONOURS

1985 CHAMPIONS : CROATIA SC VANCOUVER


CHALLENGE 1986-09-01 1986-09-01 DATE 1986-10-10 1986-10-10 1986-10-11 1986-10-11 1986-10-12 1986-10-12 DATE 1986-10-13 1986-10-13 1986-10-13

Charlottetown, PE, CAN NB L 2:3 W NL Charlottetown, PE, CAN NS L 0:1 W Olde Dublin Pub LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Windsor, QC, CAN Croatia SC Vancouver W 2:0 L Olde Dublin Pub Sherbrooke, QC, CAN CS Dollard-des-Ormeaux L 0:1 W Hamilton Steelers Rock Forest Sherbrooke, QC, CAN Winnipeg Germania SC D 0:0 D Olde Dublin Pub Rock Forest Windsor, QC, CAN Edmonton Italia Canadians L 1:2 W Hamilton Steelers Windsor, QC, CAN Croatia SC Vancouver W 6:1 L Winnipeg Germania SC Sherbrooke, QC, CAN CS Dollard-des-Ormeaux L 2:6 W Edmonton Italia Canadians Rock Forest LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Sherbrooke, QC, CAN CS Dollard-des-Ormeaux W 2:1 L Winnipeg Germania SC Bishop’s Windsor, QC, CAN Edmonton Italia Canadians W : L Olde Dublin Pub Sherbrooke, QC, CAN Hamilton Steelers W 1:0 L Croatia SC Vancouver Rock Forest FINAL : Hamilton wins Championship / Hamilton gagne le Championnat.

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1987 CHAMPIONS : WINNIPEG LUCANIA SC 1987 WINNIPEG LUCANIA SC : Rob Albo, Kevin Antonio, John Baillie, Alex Bustos, Dave Dulko, Mark Edwards, Bill Elzard, Keith Ferbers, Chris Harris, Steve Hooper, Kevin Methot, Marno Olafson, Doug Reimer, Abe Rempel, Venni Sartor, Rob Watson. Head coach / entraîneur : Archie Kane. DATE 1987-09-05 1987-09-05 1987-09-07 1987-09-07 1987-09-19 DATE 1987-10-09 1987-10-09 1987-10-10 1987-10-10 1987-10-11 1987-10-11 DATE 1987-10-12 1987-10-12 1987-10-12

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Fredericton, NB, CAN Dartmouth United W 1:0 L Lawn Shamrocks Fredericton, NB, CAN Olde Dublin Pub W 1:0 L Fredericton Athletics Fredericton, NB, CAN Lawn Shamrocks W 1:0 L Fredericton Athletics Fredericton, NB, CAN Dartmouth United W 1:0 L Olde Dublin Pub Regina, SK, CAN Regina Concordia Int’l L 0:1 W CS Hermes Realtor Park LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Scarborough Azzurri SC D 0:0 D Winnipeg Lucania SC U. of Manitoba Winnipeg, MB, CAN New Westminster QPR W 3:0 L CS Hermes St. John’s Winnipeg, MB, CAN Dartmouth United L 1:2 W Winnipeg Lucania SC U. of Manitoba Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Scottish SC W 1:0 L CS Hermes St. John’s Winnipeg, MB, CAN Scarborough Azzurri SC L 0:1 W Dartmouth United U. of Manitoba Winnipeg, MB, CAN New Westminster QPR D 2:2 D Edmonton Scottish SC St. John’s LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Scarborough Azzurri SC W 1:0 L CS Hermes St. John’s Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Scottish SC L 1:2 W Dartmouth United St. John’s Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Lucania SC W 1:0 L New Westminster QPR U. of Manitoba FINAL : Winnipeg wins Championship / Winnipeg gagne le Championnat.

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1988 CHAMPIONS : ST. JOHN’S HOLY CROSS SC 1988 St. JOHN’S HOLY CROSS SC : A.J. Breen, Bill Breen, Bob Breen, Gary Breen, John Breen, Shawn Browne, George Joyce, Dean Mullett, Paul Mullett, Tony Mullett, Bob O’Leary, Barry Pearcey, Dick Power, Bernard Reddy, Gus Richards, Daryle Smith, Bob Thompson, Bruce Tobin. Head coach / entraîneur : Gerry Reddy. DATE 1988-09-03 1988-09-03 1988-09-05 1988-09-05 1988-09-24 DATE 1988-10-07 1988-10-07

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LOCATION St. John’s, NL, CAN St. John’s, NL, CAN St. John’s, NL, CAN St. John’s, NL, CAN Dorval, QC, CAN LOCATION Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN

TEAM / ÉQUIPE A NS Holy Cross NB Holy Cross White Eagles TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Winnipeg Italia SC NorVan ANAF

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT W 4:2 L NB King George V W 2:1 L PE King George V W 2:0 L PE King George V W 3:1 L NS King George V 1,500 L 1:2 W Toronto SC Braga Arsenal SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT W 1:0 L U. Saskatchewan Huskies W 7:0 L Toronto SC Braga Arsenal


1989 SCARBOROUGH AZZURRI : George Argyropoulos, Nick Bontis, Bart Cramarossa, Greg Dachanz, Steve Hatzinikov, Dino Mastrogianis, Peter Norde, Greg Tassino, John Williams, (.. more / plus). Head coach / entraîneur : Tony Lupinacci. DATE 1989-09-22 1989-09-23 1989-09-24 1989-09-01 1989-09-02 1989-09-03 DATE 1989-10-06 1989-10-06 1989-10-07 1989-10-07 1989-10-08 1989-10-08 DATE 1989-10-09 1989-10-09 1989-10-09

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT North York, ON, CAN Scarborough Azzurri W 5:1 L Hampstead SC Seneca College North York, ON, CAN Hampstead SC L 2:3 W Saskatoon United Seneca College North York, ON, CAN Saskatoon United L 1:2 W Scarborough Azzurri Seneca College Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 3:1 L Sports Page Halifax, NS, CAN Saint John Bicentennial W 1:0 L Sports Page Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 2:1 L Saint John Bicentennial LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT St. John’s, NL, CAN Holy Cross W 5:1 L Halifax King of Donair King George V 1,500 St. John’s, NL, CAN Edmonton Italia Canadians D 2:2 D Scarborough Azzurri St. John’s, NL, CAN Winnipeg Lucania W 5:0 L Halifax King of Donair Wishingwell St. John’s, NL, CAN Vancouver Westside L 2:4 W Scarborough Azzurri St. John’s, NL, CAN Holy Cross W 2:1 L Winnipeg Lucania King George V St. John’s, NL, CAN Edmonton Italia Canadians W 2:0 L Vancouver Westside King George V LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT St. John’s, NL, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 4:2 L Vancouver Westside St. John’s, NL, CAN Winnipeg Lucania W 3:2 L Edmonton Italia Canadians Feildian St. John’s, NL, CAN Holy Cross L 2:3 W Scarborough Azzurri King George V 2,000 FINAL : Scarborough wins Championship / Scarborough gagne le Championnat.

1990 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER FIREFIGHTERS FC 1990 VANCOUVER FIREFIGHTERS FC : Colin Elmes, Bruce Gant, Randy Keen, Andy Meyer, Gord Qualty, Bobby Rosenlund, Mike Smith, Mike Zacharuk, (.. more / plus). Head coach / entraîneur : Jamie Buchanan. DATE 1990-09-14 1990-09-15 1990-09-16 1990-09-21 1990-09-22 1990-09-23 DATE 1990-10-05 1990-10-05 1990-10-06 1990-10-06 1990-10-07 1990-10-07

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Italia Canadians Edmonton, AB, CAN Vancouver Firefighters Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Italia Canadians .., NB, CAN Saint John Moosehead .., NB, CAN PE .., NB, CAN Saint John Moosehead LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Dartmouth, NS, CAN Saint John Mooseheads Dartmouth, NS, CAN Dartmouth United Dartmouth, NS, CAN Saint John Mooseheads Dartmouth, NS, CAN Dartmouth United Dartmouth, NS, CAN Windsor Caboto Sting Dartmouth, NS, CAN Burin Eagles

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA W 9:2 L Saskatoon United Victoria Club W 6:1 L Saskatoon United Victoria Club L 1:2 W Vancouver Firefighters Victoria Club D 1:1 D PE D 0:0 D Braves Ste-Thérèse W 3:0 L Braves Ste-Thérèse SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA L 0:3 W Windsor Caboto Sting W 1:0 L Burin Eagles L 1:5 W Vancouver Firefighters W 3:0 L Winnipeg Italia SC L 0:1 W Vancouver Firefighters L 1:2 W Winnipeg Italia SC

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1989 CHAMPIONS : SCARBOROUGH AZZURRI

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Saskatoon, SK, CAN Holy Cross W 5:0 L U. Saskatchewan Huskies Saskatoon, SK, CAN Edmonton Ital-Canadians D 1:1 D Toronto SC Braga Arsenal Saskatoon, SK, CAN Winnipeg Italia SC L 0:3 W Holy Cross Saskatoon, SK, CAN NorVan ANAF L 0:3 W Edmonton Ital-Canadians LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Saskatoon, SK, CAN Toronto SC Braga Arsenal W 7:0 L U. Saskatchewan Huskies Saskatoon, SK, CAN NorVan ANAF W 8:0 L Winnipeg Italia SC Saskatoon, SK, CAN Holy Cross W 2:0 L Edmonton Ital-Canadians FINAL : St. John’s wins Championship / St. John’s gagne le Championnat.

INTERNATIONAL

1988-10-08 1988-10-08 1988-10-09 1988-10-09 DATE 1988-10-10 1988-10-10 1988-10-10

CANADA SOCCER

CHALLENGE


CHALLENGE DATE 1990-10-08 1990-10-08 1990-10-08

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Dartmouth, NS, CAN Saint John Mooseheads W 2:0 L Burin Eagles Dartmouth, NS, CAN Winnipeg Italia SC D 2:2 D Windsor Caboto Sting Dartmouth, NS, CAN Dartmouth United L 0:1 W Vancouver Firefighters Beazley Field 1,000 FINAL : Vancouver wins Championship / Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

1991 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER NORVAN ANAF 1991 VANCOUVER NORVAN ANAF : Dave Ball, Martin Best, Clark Brolly, Eddie Cannon, Peter Clarkman, Barry Dearden, Mike Dodd, Mike Geary, Stacy Gowanlock, Greg Haywood, Andy Hird, Scott Macey, Steve Millar, Dan Penner, Graeme Slee, Simon Tate. Head coach / entraîneur : Tom Millar. DATE 1991-08-31 1991-09-01 1991-09-02 LOCATION 1991-10-11 1991-10-11 1991-10-11 1991-10-11 1991-10-12 1991-10-12 1991-10-12 1991-10-12 DATE 1991-10-14 1991-10-14 1991-10-14 1991-10-14

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Cole Harbour D 1:1 D PE Saint John, NB, CAN Saint John, NB, CAN PE D 3:3 D NB Saint John, NB, CAN Cole Harbour L 3:2 W NB DATE TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Saskatoon, SK, CAN Cole Harbour W 3:2 L West Island Lakers Saskatoon, SK, CAN Scarborough Azzurri W 1:0 L Calgary Dinosaurs Saskatoon, SK, CAN Lucania SC W 4:0 L Burin Eagles Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Thistle L 1:5 W NorVan ANAF Saskatoon, SK, CAN West Island Lakers D 1:1 D Calgary Dinosaurs Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Thistle W 2:1 L Burin Eagles Saskatoon, SK, CAN Scarborough Azzurri W 2:1 L Cole Harbour Saskatoon, SK, CAN NorVan ANAF W 5:0 L Lucania SC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Saskatoon, SK, CAN Calgary Dinosaurs W 2:1 L Burin Eagles Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Thistle W 2:0 L West Island Lakers Saskatoon, SK, CAN Lucania SC W 3:0 L Cole Harbour Saskatoon, SK, CAN NorVan ANAF D 2:2 D Scarborough Azzurri FINAL : North Vancouver wins Championship / North Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

1992 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER NORVAN ANAF 1992 VANCOUVER NORVAN ANAF : Dave Ball, Martin Best, Eddie Cannon, Barry Dearden, Gordon Deas, Mike Dodd, Mike Geary, Greg Haywood, Oliver Heald, Andy Hird, Scott Macey, Steve Millar, Dan Penner, Didar Sandhu, Graeme Slee, Simon Tate, Eammon Ward. Head coach / entraîneur : Tom Millar DATE 1992-09-05 1992-09-06 1992-09-07 DATE 1992-10-09 1992-10-09 1992-10-09 1992-10-09 1992-10-10 1992-10-10 1992-10-10 1992-10-10 DATE 1992-10-12 1992-10-12

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Charlottetown, PE, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 3:0 L NB Charlottetown, PE, CAN Sherwood Rangers L 0:1 W NB Charlottetown, PE, CAN Sherwood Rangers L 2:4 W Halifax King of Donair LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Burnaby, BC, CAN NorVan ANAF W 3:1 L Holy Cross Riverway Burnaby, BC, CAN Scarborough Ulster Thistle L 0:1 W Edmonton Scottish Riverway Burnaby, BC, CAN Winnipeg Luso L 0:4 W West Island Lakers Riverway Burnaby, BC, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 5:2 L Saskatoon Thistle Riverway Burnaby, BC, CAN NorVan ANAF W 2:0 L Halifax King of Donair Riverway Burnaby, BC, CAN Edmonton Scottish W 1:0 L West Island Lakers Riverway Burnaby, BC, CAN Holy Cross W 3:1 L Saskatoon Thistle Riverway Burnaby, BC, CAN Scarborough Ulster Thistle W 3:0 L Winnipeg Luso Riverway LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Burnaby, BC, CAN Winnipeg Luso W 3:1 L Saskatoon Thistle Burnaby, BC, CAN Scarborough Ulster Thistle D 1:1 D Holy Cross

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DATE 1993-09-04 1993-09-04 1993-09-05 1993-09-05 DATE 1993-10-08 1993-10-08 1993-10-08 1993-10-08 1993-10-09 1993-10-09 1993-10-09 1993-10-09 1993-10-10 1993-10-10 1993-10-10 1993-10-10 DATE 1993-10-11 1993-10-11 1993-10-11 1993-10-11

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Dartmouth, NS, CAN Dartmouth Moosehead W 1:0 L Moncton Rovers Dartmouth, NS, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 2:1 L Sherwood Dartmouth, NS, CAN Moncton Rovers W 1:0 L Sherwood Dartmouth, NS, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 1:0 L Dartmouth Moosehead LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Etobicoke, ON, CAN Vancouver Westside Rino W 5:0 L Saskatoon Hollandia Int. Centennial Etobicoke, ON, CAN Woodbridge Sora Lazio W 2:1 L Halifax King of Donair Etobicoke, ON, CAN Edmonton Ital Canadians W 4:0 L Winnipeg Germania Etobicoke, ON, CAN Calommiers Longueuil W 1:0 L St. Lawrence Laurentians Etobicoke, ON, CAN Vancouver Westside Rino D 1:1 D Woodbridge Sora Lazio Etobicoke, ON, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 3:0 L Saskatoon Hollandia Int. Etobicoke, ON, CAN Edmonton Ital Canadians W 5:0 L St. Lawrence Laurentians Etobicoke, ON, CAN Calommiers Longueuil W 2:0 L Winnipeg Germania Etobicoke, ON, CAN Vancouver Westside Rino W 6:3 L Halifax King of Donair Etobicoke, ON, CAN Woodbridge Sora Lazio W 7:1 L Saskatoon Hollandia Int. Etobicoke, ON, CAN Edmonton Ital Canadians L 1:2 W Calommiers Longueuil Etobicoke, ON, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians D 2:2 D Winnipeg Germania LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Etobicoke, ON, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians W 2:0 L Saskatoon Hollandia Int. Etobicoke, ON, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 5:4 L Winnipeg Germania Etobicoke, ON, CAN Edmonton Ital Canadians W 1:0 L Woodbridge Sora Lazio Etobicoke, ON, CAN Vancouver Westside Rino W 1:0 L Calommiers Longueuil FINAL : Vancouver wins Championship / Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

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1994 CHAMPIONS : EDMONTON ITAL CANADIANS SC 1994 EDMONTON ITALIA CANADIANS SC : Robert Biro, Murray David, Rocky DeLuca, Daniel Falcone, Wayne Gordey, Sergio Maione, Simon Massimino, Scott McGeoch, Rob Motalto, Eric Munoz, Norm Odinga, Joe Parrottino, Vince Reda, Franco Saporito, Angelo Sestito, Bernie Soto, Andy Takats, Nandor Takats. Head coach / entraîneur : Mike Traficante. DATE 1994-09-10 1994-09-10 1994-09-11 1994-09-11 DATE 1994-10-07 1994-10-07 1994-10-07 1994-10-07 1994-10-08 1994-10-08 1994-10-08 1994-10-08

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Moncton, NB, CAN Halifax King of Donair Moncton, NB, CAN Moncton Rovers Moncton, NB, CAN Moncton Panthers Moncton, NB, CAN Moncton Rovers LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Edmonton, AB, CAN Coquitlam SC Metro Ford Edmonton, AB, CAN Scarborough Azzurri Edmonton, AB, CAN Mistral-Estrie Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Italia Canadians Edmonton, AB, CAN Coquitlam SC Metro Ford Edmonton, AB, CAN Scarborough Azzurri Edmonton, AB, CAN Mistral-Estrie Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Italia Canadians

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA W 7:1 L Moncton Panthers Moncton Sportsplex W 1:0 L Sherwood Moncton Sportsplex W 6:1 L Sherwood Moncton Sportsplex L 2:5 W Halifax King of Donair Moncton Sportsplex SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA W 7:0 L Saskatoon Hollandia Huskies W 4:3 L Halifax King of Donair W 4:2 L Holy Cross W 1:0 L Winnipeg Lucania SC L 2:3 W Halifax King of Donair W 4:0 L Saskatoon Hollandia Huskies W 1:0 L Winnipeg Lucania SC W 4:0 L Holy Cross

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1993 VANCOUVER WESTSIDE RINO : Mike Araszewski, Carl Atterton, Lee Atterton, D’Arcy Boulton, Geoff Catliff, Bill Johnston, Dave Jones, Gary Kern, Mike Mosher, Steve Nesin, Pat Onstad, Dave Partridge, Alex Percy, Colin Pettingale, Mike Schrak, Doug Schultz, Dan Tuan, Mike Wicken. Head coach / entraîneur : Doug Johnston.

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1992-10-12 Burnaby, BC, CAN West Island Lakers D 1:1 D Halifax King of Donair Swangard 1992-10-12 Burnaby, BC, CAN NorVan ANAF W 1:0 L Edmonton Scottish Swangard FINAL : North Vancouver wins Championship / North Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

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CHALLENGE 1994-10-09 1994-10-09 1994-10-09 1994-10-09 DATE 1994-10-10 1994-10-10 1994-10-10 1994-10-10

Edmonton, AB, CAN Coquitlam SC Metro Ford D 3:3 D Scarborough Azzurri Edmonton, AB, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 6:0 L Saskatoon Hollandia Huskies Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Italia Canadians W 4:0 L Mistral-Estrie Edmonton, AB, CAN Winnipeg Lucania SC L 2:4 W Holy Cross LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Edmonton, AB, CAN Saskatoon Hollandia Huskies W 1:0 L Winnipeg Lucania SC Edmonton, AB, CAN Holy Cross W 2:0 L Coquitlam SC Metro Ford Edmonton, AB, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 5:1 L Mistral-Estrie Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Italia Canadians W 1:0 L Scarborough Azzurri Victoria SC 3,200 FINAL : Edmonton wins Championship / Edmonton gagne le Championnat.

1995 CHAMPIONS : MISTRAL-ESTRIE 1995 MISTRAL-ESTRIE : Richard Audit, Luc Chabot, Daniel Corture, Alain Desbois, Steve Dubuc, Rene Dugrennier, Stephane Fortier, Mathieu Hade, Robert Holtman, Lionel Hugonnier, Alain Messier, Amede Nyamat, Richard Pierre Gilles, Steve Pouliot, Eric Puig, Julien Rheault, Andre Sylvain, Johnny Tasovlis. Head coach / entraîneur : Guy Smith. DATE 1995-09-02 1995-09-02 1995-09-03 DATE 1995-10-06 1995-10-06 1995-10-06 1995-10-06 1995-10-07 1995-10-07 1995-10-07 1995-10-07 1995-10-08 1995-10-08 1995-10-08 1995-10-08 DATE 1995-10-09 1995-10-09 1995-10-09 1995-10-09

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Charlottetown, PE, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 3:1 L Sherwood Charlottetown, PE, CAN Moncton Rovers W 1:0 L PEI Snooker World Charlottetown, PE, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 3:0 L Moncton Rovers LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Italia Canadians L 1:2 W Winnipeg Polonia Winnipeg, MB, CAN Mistral-Estrie W 3:1 L St. Lawrence Laurentiens Winnipeg, MB, CAN Windsor Croatia W 2:0 L Saskatoon Hollandia Winnipeg, MB, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 1:0 L North Shore Pegasus Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Italia Canadians D 1:1 D St. Lawrence Laurentiens Winnipeg, MB, CAN Mistral-Estrie W 7:2 L Winnipeg Polonia Winnipeg, MB, CAN Windsor Croatia L 2:6 W North Shore Pegasus Winnipeg, MB, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 1:0 L Saskatoon Hollandia Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Italia Canadians W 4:1 L Mistral-Estrie Winnipeg, MB, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens D 2:2 D Winnipeg Polonia Winnipeg, MB, CAN Windsor Croatia L 1:3 W Halifax King of Donair Winnipeg, MB, CAN North Shore Pegasus D 0:0 D Saskatoon Hollandia LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Winnipeg, MB, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens W 2:1 L Saskatoon Hollandia Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Italia Canadians W 4:1 L Windsor Croatia Winnipeg, MB, CAN North Shore Pegasus W 2:0 L Winnipeg Polonia Winnipeg, MB, CAN Mistral-Estrie W 1:0 L Halifax King of Donair FINAL : Mistral-Estrie wins Championship / Mistral-Estrie gagne le Championnat.

STADIA UPEI UPEI UPEI STADIA Waverly Waverly Waverly Waverly Waverly Waverly Waverly Waverly Waverly Waverly Waverly Waverly STADIA Waverly Waverly Waverly Waverly

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1996 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER WESTSIDE 1996 VANCOUVER WESTSIDE : Geoff Catliff, John Catliff, Steve Dewar, Colin Elmes, Markus Felderer, Rob Hall, Joel Hughes, Bill Johnston, Gary Kern, Tom Kim, Steve Kindel, Mike Mosher, Alex Percy, Colin Pettingale, Tom Pinkerton, James Prescott, Doug Schultz, Mike Wicken. Head coach / entraîneur : Doug Johnston. DATE 1996-08-31 1996-09-01 1996-08-31 DATE 1996-10-11 1996-10-11 1996-10-11

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LOCATION Oromocto, NB, CAN Oromocto, NB, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN LOCATION New Minas, NS, CAN New Minas, NS, CAN New Minas, NS, CAN

TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Moncton Rovers Moncton Rovers Saskatoon Auroco TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Cosmos Lasalle Edmonton Scottish SC Halifax King of Donair

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA W 1:0 L PEI Breakers D 3:3 D PEI Breakers L 0:2 W Winnipeg Sons of Italy SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA D 2:2 D Moncton Rovers Lockhart Ryan D 0:0 D Winnipeg Sons of Italy W 3:1 L St. Lawrence Laurentiens Lockhart Ryan

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1997 CHAMPIONS : EDMONTON ITAL CANADIANS SC 1997 EDMONTON ITALIA CANADIANS SC : Salvi Cammerata, Nick Culo, Murray David, Rob Giordano, Lars Hirschfeld, Dino Maione, Sergio Maione, Simon Massimino, Norm Odinga, Joe Parrotino, Marco Quintella, Vince Reda, Mateo Saccomano, Franco Saporito, Angelo Sestito, Bernie Soto, Andy Takats, Nandor Takats. Head coach / entraîneur : Mike Traficante. LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Charlottetown, PE, CAN Charlotettow L 0:2 W Halifax Dunbrack Charlottetown, PE, CAN PEI Breakers L 0:1 W Fredericton Athletics Charlottetown, PE, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 3:0 L Fredericton Athletics LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN North Shore Pegasus W 1:0 L Saskatoon Arauco Calgary, AB, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 2:1 L St. Lawrence Laurentiens Calgary, AB, CAN Rivière des Prairies L 1:4 W Dundas United Calgary, AB, CAN Lucania SC D 1:1 D Edmonton Italia Canadians Calgary, AB, CAN North Shore Pegasus W 2:1 L St. Lawrence Laurentiens Calgary, AB, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 4:1 L Saskatoon Arauco Calgary, AB, CAN Rivière des Prairies L 1:3 W Edmonton Italia Canadians Calgary, AB, CAN Lucania SC D 1:1 D Dundas United Calgary, AB, CAN North Shore Pegasus W 2:1 L Halifax Dunbrack Calgary, AB, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens D 1:1 D Saskatoon Arauco Calgary, AB, CAN Rivière des Prairies L 1:5 W Lucania SC Calgary, AB, CAN Edmonton Italia Canadians W 1:0 L Dundas United LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN Saskatoon Arauco W 7:1 L Rivière des Prairies Calgary, AB, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens L 1:3 W Dundas United Calgary, AB, CAN Halifax Dunbrack L 0:2 W Lucania SC Calgary, AB, CAN North Shore Pegasus L 1:3 W Edmonton Italia Canadians FINAL : Edmonton wins Championship / Edmonton gagne le Championnat.

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1998 CHAMPIONS : RIVIÈRE DES PRAIRIES 1998 RIVIÈRE DES PRAIRIES : Alix Azor, Fernando Dominiani, Gustavo Echavarria, Remy Eyckerman, Paolo Ferrante, Sandro Ferrante, Sergio Grande, Jadverne Lafortune, Rachid Lahbabi, Jean-Robert Merisier, Bruno Nue, Gino Nue, Guillermo Nue, Luigi Spinelli, Wilfredo Villalba. Player-coach / entraîneur : Paolo Ferrante. DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1998-09-16 Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 4:0 L Sherwood Parkdale Breakers 1998-09-23 Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 4:1 L Sherwood Parkdale Breakers

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DATE 1997-08-30 1997-08-30 1997-08-31 DATE 1997-10-09 1997-10-09 1997-10-09 1997-10-09 1997-10-10 1997-10-10 1997-10-10 1997-10-10 1997-10-11 1997-10-11 1997-10-11 1997-10-11 DATE 1997-10-13 1997-10-13 1997-10-13 1997-10-13

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New Minas, NS, CAN Vancouver Westside W 3:1 L Scarborough Azzurri Lockhart Ryan New Minas, NS, CAN Cosmos Lasalle W 2:0 L Edmonton Scottish SC New Minas, NS, CAN Moncton Rovers L 1:2 W Winnipeg Sons of Italy New Minas, NS, CAN Scarborough Azzurri D 0:0 D Halifax King of Donair Lockhart Ryan New Minas, NS, CAN Vancouver Westside W 5:1 L St. Lawrence Laurentiens Lockhart Ryan New Minas, NS, CAN Cosmos Lasalle D 0:0 D Winnipeg Sons of Italy Lockhart Ryan New Minas, NS, CAN Edmonton Scottish SC D 0:0 D Moncton Rovers New Minas, NS, CAN Vancouver Westside D 3:3 D Halifax King of Donair Lockhart Ryan New Minas, NS, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens W 1:0 L Scarborough Azzurri Lockhart Ryan LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Kentville, NS, CAN Edmonton Scottish SC W 3:2 L Scarborough Azzurri Kentville, NS, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens W 3:2 L Moncton Rovers .., NS, CAN Winnipeg Sons of Italy W 4:1 L Halifax King of Donair New Minas, NS, CAN Vancouver Westside W 2:1 L Cosmos Lasalle Lockhart Ryan FINAL : Vancouver wins Championship / Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

INTERNATIONAL

1996-10-11 1996-10-12 1996-10-12 1996-10-12 1996-10-12 1996-10-13 1996-10-13 1996-10-13 1996-10-13 DATE 1996-10-14 1996-10-14 1996-10-14 1996-10-14

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CHALLENGE 1998-09-12 1998-09-13 DATE 1998-10-09 1998-10-09 1998-10-09 1998-10-09 1998-10-10 1998-10-10 1998-10-10 1998-10-10 1998-10-11 1998-10-11 1998-10-11 1998-10-11 DATE 1998-10-12 1998-10-12 1998-10-12 1998-10-12

Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Arauco D 4:4 D Winnipeg Sons of Italy Umea Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Arauco W 2:1 L Winnipeg Sons of Italy Umea LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Fredericton, NB, CAN Fredericton L 0:3 W Calgary Dinosaurs Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Halifax Dunbrack L 0:3 W Hamilton Serbian Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Vancouver Firefighters D 2:2 D Rivière des Prairies Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Saskatoon Arauco D 2:2 D St. Lawrence Laurentiens Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Calgary Dinosaurs L 2:3 W Hamilton Serbian Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 1:0 L Fredericton Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Vancouver Firefighters W 2:0 L St. Lawrence Laurentiens Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Saskatoon Arauco L 3:7 W Rivière des Prairies Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Calgary Dinosaurs W 1:0 L Halifax Dunbrack Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Hamilton Serbian D 2:2 D Fredericton Athletics Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Vancouver Firefighters W 3:0 L Saskatoon Arauco Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens L 0:2 W Rivière des Prairies Raceway LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Fredericton, NB, CAN Fredericton W 3:2 L Saskatoon Arauco Barker Fredericton, NB, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens W 3:2 L Halifax Dunbrack Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Calgary Dinosaurs W 3:0 L Vancouver Firefighters FC Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Hamilton Serbian L 0:1 W Rivière des Prairies Chapman FINAL : Rivière des Prairies wins Championship / Rivière des Prairies gagne le Championnat.

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1999 CHAMPIONS : CALGARY CELTIC 1999 CALGARY CELTIC : Doug Auvigne, Jamie Auvigne, Doug Bourne, Liam DeSilva, Ziggy Funk, Felix Gelt, Noel Grisdale, Dave Harrison, Glen Hawkins, Steffen Holdt, Mike Howlett, Felix Napuri, John Oliverio, Cenek Patik, Chris Rodway, Mike Rodway, Mark Slade, Gareth Sloane. Head coach / entraîneur : Dave Randall. DATE 1999-10-06 1999-10-06 1999-10-06 1999-10-06 1999-10-07 1999-10-07 1999-10-07 1999-10-07 1999-10-08 1999-10-08 1999-10-08 1999-10-08 1999-10-09 1999-10-09 1999-10-09 1999-10-09 1999-10-10 1999-10-10 1999-10-10 1999-10-10 DATE 1999-10-11 1999-10-11 1999-10-11 1999-10-11 1999-10-11

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Chilliwack, BC, CAN Woodbridge Sora Lazio W 2:0 L Moncton Rovers Chilliwack, BC, CAN Calgary Celtic W 1:0 L Halifax Dunbrack Chilliwack, BC, CAN FC Sélect Rive-Sud W 2:1 L Saskatoon PFG Supra Chilliwack, BC, CAN Coquitlam Metro Ford SC W 5:0 L St. Lawrence Laurentiens Chilliwack, BC, CAN Woodbridge Sora Lazio L 0:3 W Winnipeg Lucania SC Chilliwack, BC, CAN Calgary Celtic W 4:1 L Moncton Rovers Chilliwack, BC, CAN FC Sélect Rive-Sud D 0:0 D Sherwood Parkdale Chilliwack, BC, CAN Coquitlam Metro Ford SC W 6:0 L Saskatoon PFG Supra Chilliwack, BC, CAN Woodbridge Sora Lazio L 1:3 W Calgary Celtic Chilliwack, BC, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens D 1:1 D Sherwood Parkdale Chilliwack, BC, CAN Halifax Dunbrack D 4:4 D Winnipeg Lucania SC Chilliwack, BC, CAN FC Sélect Rive-Sud L 0:7 W Coquitlam Metro Ford SC Chilliwack, BC, CAN Moncton Rovers L 0:3 W Winnipeg Lucania SC Chilliwack, BC, CAN FC Sélect Rive-Sud L 2:4 W St. Lawrence Laurentiens Chilliwack, BC, CAN Saskatoon PFG Supra W 3:2 L Sherwood Parkdale Chilliwack, BC, CAN Woodbridge Sora Lazio L 0:4 W Halifax Dunbrack Chilliwack, BC, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 9:0 L Moncton Rovers Chilliwack, BC, CAN Coquitlam Metro Ford SC W 1:0 L Sherwood Parkdale Chilliwack, BC, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens W 4:0 L Saskatoon PFG Supra Chilliwack, BC, CAN Calgary Celtic W 5:1 L Lucania SC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Chilliwack, BC, CAN Sherwood Parkdale W 5:2 L Moncton Rovers Chilliwack, BC, CAN Saskatoon PFG Supra L 1:9 W Woodbridge Sora Lazio Chilliwack, BC, CAN FC Sélect Rive-Sud L 1:2 W Lucania SC Chilliwack, BC, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens D 3:3 D Halifax Dunbrack Chilliwack, BC, CAN Coquitlam Metro Ford SC L 0:1 W Calgary Celtic FINAL : Calgary wins Championship / Calgary gagne le Championnat.

STADIA Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend STADIA Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend Townsend

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2000 CHAMPIONS : WINNIPEG LUCANIA SC 2000 WINNIPEG LUCANIA SC : Dominic Allen, John Berti, Joel Bohemier, Serge Bohemier, Desmond Clarke, Jamie DaSilva, Jordan Goetting, Russ Harder, Bill Klymchuk, Mike Kovac, Brian Oleksiuk, Marcello Paolucci, Emilio Patella, Damien Rocke, Nick Scott, Jeff Seney, Hadyn Solane-Seale. Head coach / entraîneur : Kevin MacKay.

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STADIA Umea W. Umea E. Newsham W. Newsham E. Umea E. Newsham E. Umea W. Umea W. Newsham E. Newsham W. Newsham E. Umea E. Newsham W. Umea W. Umea E. Newsham W. Umea W. Umea E. Newsham W. Umea E. Newsham E. UMEA E. Umea W. Umea E. Umea W. STADIA Newsham W. Umea E. Newsham W. Umea W. Umea E.

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Saskatoon, SK, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 1:0 L Lucania SC Saskatoon, SK, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens W 1:0 L CS Francheville Saskatoon, SK, CAN Vancouver Westside D 1:1 D Woodbridge Azzurri Saskatoon, SK, CAN Fredericton United FC W 3:0 L Yukon Selects SC Saskatoon, SK, CAN Calgary Celtic W 2:0 L Saskatoon Arsenal Saskatoon, SK, CAN Vancouver Westside W 6:0 L Fredericton United FC Saskatoon, SK, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens L 0:4 W Woodbridge Azzurri Saskatoon, SK, CAN Halifax King of Donair D 1:1 D Saskatoon Arsenal Saskatoon, SK, CAN Calgary Celtic W 2:0 L Eastern Eagles Saskatoon, SK, CAN CS Francheville W 3:1 L Yukon Selects SC Saskatoon, SK, CAN Woodbridge Azzurri W 7:0 L Yukon Selects SC Saskatoon, SK, CAN Winnipeg Lucania SC W 3:0 L Eastern Eagles Saskatoon, SK, CAN Vancouver Westside W 6:0 L St. Lawrence Laurentiens Saskatoon, SK, CAN CS Francheville W 2:1 L Fredericton United FC Saskatoon, SK, CAN Calgary Celtic W 1:0 L Halifax King of Donair Saskatoon, SK, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens W 4:0 L Yukon Selects SC Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Arsenal W 3:0 L Eastern Eagles Saskatoon, SK, CAN Woodbridge Azzurri W 5:0 L Fredericton United FC Saskatoon, SK, CAN Calgary Celtic L 1:2 W Lucania SC Saskatoon, SK, CAN Vancouver Westside W 5:0 L CS Francheville Saskatoon, SK, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 4:1 L Eastern Eagles Saskatoon, SK, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens W 2:0 L Fredericton United FC Saskatoon, SK, CAN Winnipeg Lucania SC W 2:1 L Saskatoon Arsenal Saskatoon, SK, CAN CS Francheville L 1:5 W Woodbridge Azzurri Saskatoon, SK, CAN Vancouver Westside W 6:0 L Yukon Selects SC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Saskatoon, SK, CAN Eastern Eagles W 5:0 L Fredericton United FC Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Arsenal L 1:2 W CS Francheville Saskatoon, SK, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 3:2 L St. Lawrence Laurentiens Saskatoon, SK, CAN Calgary Celtic L 2:3 W Woodbridge Azzurri Saskatoon, SK, CAN Winnipeg Lucania SC W 2:0 L Vancouver Westside FINAL : Winnipeg wins Championship / Winnipeg gagne le Championnat.

2001 CHAMPIONS : HALIFAX KING OF DONAIR 2001 HALIFAX KING OF DONAIR : Rob Adams, Michael Brabant, Ian Clark, Eduardo Farias, Danny Fournier, Mark Gardiner, Blake Geddis, Mike Hasiuk, Dzevad Imocanin, Peter Lawrence, Ewan Lyttle, Colin March, Idris Mert, Mesut Mert, Tim Mullen, Trevor Reddick, Jay Robinson, Tim Stephenson, Glen Sullivan, Gray Zurheide. Head coach / entraîneur : Tony Eghan. DATE 2001-10-03 2001-10-03 2001-10-03 2001-10-03 2001-10-04 2001-10-04 2001-10-04

LOCATION Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN

TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Edmonton Victoria SC Winnipeg Lucania SC Victoria Gorge FC Aurora SC Hearts Winnipeg Lucania SC Edmonton Victoria SC Victoria Gorge FC

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA D 2:2 D Halifax King of Donair Ontario Soccer W 3:2 L Saskatoon Arsenal Vaughan Grove W 1:0 L Lakers Lac St-Louis Ontario Soccer W 1:0 L St. Lawrence Laurentiens Vaughan Grove W 2:0 L Eastern Eagles Ontario Soccer W 2:1 L Saskatoon Arsenal Vaughan Grove W 3:1 L Saint John FC Ontario Soccer

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INTERNATIONAL

DATE 2000-10-04 2000-10-04 2000-10-04 2000-10-04 2000-10-04 2000-10-05 2000-10-05 2000-10-05 2000-10-05 2000-10-05 2000-10-06 2000-10-06 2000-10-06 2000-10-06 2000-10-06 2000-10-07 2000-10-07 2000-10-07 2000-10-07 2000-10-07 2000-10-08 2000-10-08 2000-10-08 2000-10-08 2000-10-08 DATE 2000-10-09 2000-10-09 2000-10-09 2000-10-09 2000-10-09

CANADA SOCCER

CHALLENGE


CHALLENGE 2001-10-04 2001-10-05 2001-10-05 2001-10-05 2001-10-05 2001-10-06 2001-10-06 2001-10-06 2001-10-06 2001-10-07 2001-10-07 2001-10-07 2001-10-07 DATE 2001-10-08 2001-10-08 2001-10-08 2001-10-08 2001-10-08

Vaughan, ON, CAN Aurora SC Hearts D 0:0 D Lakers Lac St-Louis Vaughan Grove Vaughan, ON, CAN Winnipeg Lucania SC D 1:1 D Edmonton Victoria SC Ontario Soccer Vaughan, ON, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 1:0 L Eastern Eagles Vaughan Grove Vaughan, ON, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens W 4:1 L Saint John FC Ontario Soccer Vaughan, ON, CAN Victoria Gorge FC W 2:0 L Aurora SC Hearts Vaughan Grove Vaughan, ON, CAN Winnipeg Lucania SC D 0:0 D Halifax King of Donair Vaughan Grove Vaughan, ON, CAN Saskatoon Arsenal W 2:1 L Eastern Eagles Ontario Soccer Vaughan, ON, CAN Victoria Gorge FC W 1:0 L St. Lawrence Laurentiens Vaughan Grove Vaughan, ON, CAN Lakers Lac St-Louis L 1:2 W Saint John FC Ontario Soccer Vaughan, ON, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 2:1 L Eastern Eagles Ontario Soccer Vaughan, ON, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 5:1 L Saskatoon Arsenal Ontario Soccer Vaughan, ON, CAN Aurora SC Hearts D 3:3 D Saint John FC Vaughan Grove Vaughan, ON, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens L 0:1 W Lakers Lac St-Louis Vaughan Grove LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Etobicoke, ON, CAN Eastern Eagles W 2:0 L St. Lawrence Laurentiens Centennial Vaughan, ON, CAN Saskatoon Arsenal D 1:1 D Lakers Lac St-Louis Ontario Soccer Vaughan, ON, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 5:1 L Saint John FC Ontario Soccer Vaughan, ON, CAN Winnipeg Lucania SC L 0:1 W Aurora SC Hearts Vaughan Grove Vaughan, ON, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 4:1 L Victoria Gorge FC Vaughan Grove FINAL : Halifax wins Championship / Halifax gagne le Championnat.

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2002 CHAMPIONS : WINNIPEG SONS OF ITALY 2002 WINNIPEG SONS OF ITALY : Jorge Aguirre, Mauricio Aguirre, Andrew Aitken, Ryan Bilous, Emsad Cajic, Jason Colosimo, Robert Cowie, Peter Drazic, Ryan Dyck, Edwards Keeper, Jordan Lanoway, Sean Margison, Mauricio Martinez, Tony Nocita, Tevin Olivier-Job, Justin Parry, Steve Rebizant, Steve Sawatzky, Sean Sylvestre, Mark Zubach. Head coach / entraîneur : C. Devenney. DATE 2002-10-10 2002-10-10 2002-10-10 2002-10-10 2002-10-11 2002-10-11 2002-10-11 2002-10-11 2002-10-12 2002-10-12 2002-10-13 2002-10-13 2002-10-13 2002-10-13 2002-10-13 DATE 2002-10-14 2002-10-14 2002-10-14 2002-10-14 2002-10-14

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA St. John’s, NL, CAN Halifax King of Donair D 0:0 D Stratford Foxes St. John’s, NL, CAN Victoria Gorge FC L 0:1 W St. Lawrence Laurentiens St. John’s, NL, CAN London Portuguese D 1:1 D Calgary Callies St. John’s, NL, CAN Moncton First Touch L 0:1 W Winnipeg Sons of Italy St. John’s, NL, CAN Stratford Foxes W 2:1 L Saskatoon Arsenal St. John’s, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens D 1:1 D Panellinios St. John’s, NL, CAN Winnipeg Sons of Italy D 1:1 D London Portuguese St. John’s, NL, CAN Calgary Callies W 3:0 L Moncton First Touch St. John’s, NL, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 4:0 L Saskatoon Arsenal St. John’s, NL, CAN Victoria Gorge FC D 2:2 D Panellinios St. John’s, NL, CAN Halifax King of Donair L 1:2 W Winnipeg Sons of Italy St. John’s, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens W 3:1 L Calgary Callies St. John’s, NL, CAN Stratford Foxes W 6:1 L Moncton First Touch St. John’s, NL, CAN Panellinios W 1:0 L London Portuguese St. John’s, NL, CAN Saskatoon Arsenal W 4:2 L Victoria Gorge FC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA St. John’s, NL, CAN Victoria Gorge FC D 1:1 D Saskatoon Arsenal St. John’s, NL, CAN Moncton First Touch W 1:0 L London Portuguese St. John’s, NL, CAN Stratford Foxes W 1:0 L Panellinios St. John’s, NL, CAN Halifax King of Donair W 2:0 L Calgary Callies St. John’s, NL, CAN Winnipeg Sons of Italy W 1:0 L St. Lawrence Laurentiens FINAL : Winnipeg wins Championship / Winnipeg gagne le Championnat.

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2003 CHAMPIONS : CALGARY CALLIES 2003 CALGARY CALLIES : Spencer Arnold, Tony Chimera, Justin Cloutier, Ben Duffy, Jamie Fiddler, Noel Grisdale, Dave Harrison, Steffen Holdt, Mike Howlett, Chris Kooy, Felix Napuri, Cenek Patik, Jimmy Reyes, Luis Rodriguez, Mike Rodway, Mark Slade, Wesley Stephens. Head coach / entraîneur : Dave Randall. STADIA Patro Patro Patro Patro Patro Patro Patro Patro Patro Patro Patro Patro Patro Patro Patro Patro STADIA Henri Casault Bon-Pasteur Ribambelle Patro Patro

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Québec, QC, CAN Sokol W 3:0 L Saskatoon Arsenal Québec, QC, CAN Mount Pearl L 0:4 W Surrey United SC Québec, QC, CAN Halifax Celtics W 1:0 L Eliot River Québec, QC, CAN Panellinios W 4:3 L Calgary Callies Québec, QC, CAN Kanata Soccer Post L 0:2 W Saskatoon Arsenal Québec, QC, CAN Saint John L 1:6 W Surrey United SC Québec, QC, CAN Halifax Celtics D 2:2 D Calgary Callies Québec, QC, CAN Panellinios D 1:1 D Eliot River Québec, QC, CAN Sokol L 1:2 W Kanata Soccer Post Québec, QC, CAN Mount Pearl L 1:3 W Saint John Québec, QC, CAN Calgary Callies W 1:0 L Halifax Celtics Québec, QC, CAN Kanata Soccer Post W 5:2 L Mount Pearl Québec, QC, CAN Sokol L 0:1 W Calgary Callies Québec, QC, CAN Surrey United SC L 1:2 W Panellinios Québec, QC, CAN Saskatoon Arsenal L 0:1 W Eliot River Québec, QC, CAN Saint John L 2:6 W Halifax Celtics LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Québec, QC, CAN Kanata Soccer Post D 3:3 D Mount Pearl Québec, QC, CAN Saskatoon Arsenal L 1:2 W Saint John Québec, QC, CAN Eliot River W 1:0 L Halifax Celtics Québec, QC, CAN Sokol L 1:2 W Surrey United SC Québec, QC, CAN Calgary Callies D 1:1 D Panellinios FINAL : Calgary wins Championship / Calgary gagne le Championnat.

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HONOURS

DATE 2003-10-09 2003-10-09 2003-10-09 2003-10-09 2003-10-10 2003-10-10 2003-10-10 2003-10-10 2003-10-11 2003-10-11 2003-10-11 2003-10-12 2003-10-12 2003-10-12 2003-10-12 2003-10-12 DATE 2003-10-13 2003-10-13 2003-10-13 2003-10-13 2003-10-13

CANADA SOCCER

CHALLENGE

2004 CHAMPIONS : SURREY PEGASUS FC 2004 SURREY PEGASUS FC : Nicholas Berg, Darin Burr, Eddie Cannon, Randy Celibrini, Adam Costley, Paul Dailly, Mike Dodd, Stedman Espinoza, Jamie Fiddler, Gavin Frey, Ryan Green, Rob Iorio, Steve London, Frank Lore, Shawn Perry, Ryan Powell, Rob Reed, Robin Regnier, Laurent Scalignine, Trevor Short. Head coach / entraîneur : David Fiorvento. DATE 2004-10-06 2004-10-06 2004-10-06 2004-10-06 2004-10-07 2004-10-07 2004-10-07 2004-10-07

LOCATION Charlottetown, PE, CAN Stratford, PE, CAN Montague, PE, CAN Montague, PE, CAN Montague, PE, CAN Charlottetown, PE, CAN Montague, PE, CAN Montague, PE, CAN

TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Lucania SC Calgary Callies Surrey Pegasus FC Panellinios Calgary Callies Lucania SC Panellinios Surrey Pegasus FC

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B D 0:0 D Eliot River L 0:1 W Saskatoon Arsenal W 3:2 L Halifax Celtics W 5:0 L Fundy United L 0:2 W Ottawa Royals D 0:0 D Saskatoon Arsenal W 2:1 L Marystown United W 6:1 L Fundy United

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CHALLENGE 2004-10-08 2004-10-08 2004-10-08 2004-10-08 2004-10-09 2004-10-09 2004-10-09 2004-10-09 2004-10-10 2004-10-10 2004-10-10 2004-10-10 DATE 2004-10-11 2004-10-11 2004-10-11 2004-10-11 2004-10-11

Stratford, PE, CAN Calgary Callies L 0:2 W Lucania SC Charlottetown, PE, CAN Eliot River L 1:3 W Ottawa Royals Stratford, PE, CAN Panellinios L 0:3 W Surrey Pegasus FC Morrell, PE, CAN Halifax Celtics W 3:2 L Marystown United Charlottetown, PE, CAN Calgary Callies L 0:1 W Eliot River Stratford, PE, CAN Saskatoon Arsenal L 0:2 W Ottawa Royals Charlottetown, PE, CAN Panellinios W 3:2 L Halifax Celtics Hunter River, PE, CAN Fundy United L 0:1 W Marystown United Hunter River, PE, CAN Lucania SC D 1:1 D Ottawa Royals Charlottetown, PE, CAN Eliot River L 0:2 W Saskatoon Arsenal Charlottetown, PE, CAN Surrey Pegasus FC W 4:2 L Marystown United Stratford, PE, CAN Halifax Celtics W 5:0 L Fundy United LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Hunter River, PE, CAN Calgary Callies W 12:0 L Fundy United Stratford, PE, CAN Eliot River W 2:1 L Marystown United Hunter River, PE, CAN Lucania SC W 5:1 L Halifax Celtics Charlottetown, PE, CAN Saskatoon Arsenal L 0:2 W Panellinios Charlottetown, PE, CAN Ottawa Royals D 0:0 D Surrey Pegasus FC FINAL : Surrey wins Championship / Surrey gagne le Championnat.

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2005 CHAMPIONS : SCARBOROUGH GS UNITED 2005 SCARBOROUGH GS UNITED : Valentine Anozie, Ron Belfon, Courtney Brown, Emil Calixerio, Courtenay Campbell, Jermaine Coleman, Ryan Dummett, Shaun Griffith, Sultan Haitham, Lyndon Hooper, Richard Kirwan, Gus Kouzmanis, Tom Kouzmanis, Shawn Long, Anthony Marshall, Decio Rego, Jonathan Westmass. Head coach / entraîneur : John Williams. DATE 2005-10-06 2005-10-06 2005-10-06 2005-10-06 2005-10-07 2005-10-07 2005-10-07 2005-10-07 2005-10-08 2005-10-08 2005-10-08 2005-10-08 2005-10-09 2005-10-09 2005-10-09 2005-10-09 2005-10-09 2005-10-09 DATE 2005-10-10 2005-10-10 2005-10-10 2005-10-10 2005-10-10 2005-10-10

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN Vancouver Portuguese SC L 0:4 W Edmonton Green & Gold Calgary, AB, CAN Scarborough GS United W 5:0 L Hampton United Calgary, AB, CAN Panellinios W 5:1 L Yukon Selects SC Calgary, AB, CAN Saskatoon Arsenal L 2:5 W Calgary Dinosaurs Calgary, AB, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens L 0:2 W Edmonton Green & Gold Calgary, AB, CAN Eastern Eagles W 2:1 L Hampton United Calgary, AB, CAN Halifax Celtics D 1:1 D Yukon Selects SC Calgary, AB, CAN Lucania SC D 1:1 D Calgary Dinosaurs Calgary, AB, CAN Vancouver Portuguese SC W 4:0 L St. Lawrence Laurentiens Calgary, AB, CAN Scarborough GS United W 4:0 L Eastern Eagles Calgary, AB, CAN Panellinios W 4:2 L Halifax Celtics Calgary, AB, CAN Saskatoon Arsenal W 5:3 L Lucania SC Calgary, AB, CAN Edmonton Green & Gold W 2:1 L Calgary Dinosaurs Calgary, AB, CAN Scarborough GS United W 3:1 L Panellinios Calgary, AB, CAN Vancouver Portuguese SC L 1:2 W Saskatoon Arsenal Calgary, AB, CAN Eastern Eagles L 1:2 W Halifax Celtics Calgary, AB, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens L 0:2 W Lucania SC Calgary, AB, CAN Hampton United L 1:3 W Yukon Selects SC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens L 0:1 W Hampton United Calgary, AB, CAN Lucania SC W 2:0 L Yukon Selects SC Calgary, AB, CAN Vancouver Portuguese SC W 4:1 L Eastern Eagles Calgary, AB, CAN Saskatoon Arsenal W 5:2 L Halifax Celtics Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Dinosaurs W 2:0 L Panellinios Calgary, AB, CAN Edmonton Green & Gold L 2:3 W Scarborough GS United FINAL : Scarborough wins Championship / Scarborough gagne le Championnat.

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2006 CHAMPIONS : OTTAWA ST. ANTHONY 2006 OTTAWA ST. ANTHONY : Alessandro Bahisti, Simon Bonk, Richard Furano, Souleymane Gagou, Christian Hoefler, Daniel Jones, Ladislas Kikunda, Loui Legakis, Kwesi Loney, Scott Milliquet, Alain Njima, Abraham Osman, Marcello Plada, Allan Popazzi, Johnny Schieda, Edgar Soglo, Urbain Some, Jeff Sweeney, Kwame Telemarque, Claudio Venegas, Angus Wong. Head coach / entraîneur : Aldo Popazzi.

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Surrey, BC, CAN Ottawa St. Anthony W 5:3 L Vancouver Firefighters Surrey, BC, CAN Sapperton Rovers D 1:1 D Lucania SC Surrey, BC, CAN Calgary Callies W 6:1 L Eliot River Velvet Underground Surrey, BC, CAN Scotia M-I Men W 4:1 L Yukon Selects SC Surrey, BC, CAN Sélect Trois-Rivières D 2:2 D St. Lawrence Laurentiens Surrey, BC, CAN ACFC Milan Puma D 2:2 D Moncton Strikers Surrey, BC, CAN Ottawa St. Anthony W 4:0 L Lucania SC Surrey, BC, CAN Sapperton Rovers L 1:2 W Vancouver Firefighters Surrey, BC, CAN Calgary Callies W 6:0 L Yukon Selects SC Surrey, BC, CAN Scotia M-I Men W 5:2 L Eliot River Velvet Underground Surrey, BC, CAN Sélect Trois-Rivières W 4:3 L Moncton Strikers Surrey, BC, CAN ACFC Milan Puma D 1:1 D St. Lawrence Laurentiens Surrey, BC, CAN Ottawa St. Anthony D 0:0 D Sapperton Rovers Surrey, BC, CAN Lucania SC D 2:2 D Vancouver Firefighters Surrey, BC, CAN Calgary Callies W 4:0 L Scotia M-I Men Surrey, BC, CAN Yukon Selects SC L 0:1 W Eliot River Velvet Underground Surrey, BC, CAN Sélect Trois-Rivières W 6:1 L ACFC Milan Puma Surrey, BC, CAN Moncton Strikers L 0:2 W St. Lawrence Laurentiens Surrey, BC, CAN Ottawa St. Anthony W 2:0 L Scotia M-I Men Surrey, BC, CAN Calgary Callies W 2:1 L Sélect Trois-Rivières Surrey, BC, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens L 1:2 W Sapperton Rovers Surrey, BC, CAN Eliot River Velvet Underground W 2:1 L Vancouver Firefighters Surrey, BC, CAN ACFC Milan Puma L 1:3 W Yukon Selects SC Surrey, BC, CAN Lucania SC W 6:1 L Moncton Strikers LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Surrey, BC, CAN ACFC Milan Puma W 3:2 L Moncton Strikers Surrey, BC, CAN Yukon Selects SC L 0:6 W Lucania SC Surrey, BC, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens W 1:0 L Vancouver Firefighters Surrey, BC, CAN Sapperton Rovers W 1:0 L Eliot River Velvet Underground Surrey, BC, CAN Scotia M-I Men L 1:3 W Sélect Trois-Rivières Surrey, BC, CAN Ottawa St. Anthony W 1:0 L Calgary Callies FINAL : Ottawa wins Championship / Ottawa gagne le Championnat.

2007 CHAMPIONS : CALGARY CALLIES 2007 CALGARY CALLIES : Jamie Auvigne, Johnny Cherkas, Brett Colvin, Liam DeSilva, Andre Duberry, Dave Harrison, Steffen Holdt, Allen Jovica, Chris Kooy, Will Langford, Jamie MacDonald, Francisco Miron, Felix Napuri, Cenek Patik, Nicky Reyes, Eric Roa, Mark Slade, Stuart Stormonth, Yousseff Tarraf, Milan Timotijevic. Head coach / entraîneur : Dave Randall. DATE 2007-10-03 2007-10-03 2007-10-03 2007-10-03 2007-10-04 2007-10-04 2007-10-04

LOCATION Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax, NS, CAN

TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Halifax City Woodbridge Italia Panellinios Calgary Callies Woodbridge Italia Halifax City Calgary Callies

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA L 1:2 W Columbus Clan FC L 1:2 W Sons of Italy W 2:0 L Eliot River W 4:1 L St. Lawrence Laurentiens W 2:0 L Yorkton United W 1:0 L Sons of Italy D 0:0 D Fredericton Picaroons Reds

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CHALLENGE 2007-10-04 2007-10-05 2007-10-05 2007-10-05 2007-10-05 2007-10-06 2007-10-06 2007-10-06 2007-10-06 2007-10-07 2007-10-07 2007-10-07 2007-10-07 DATE 2007-10-08 2007-10-08 2007-10-08 2007-10-08 2007-10-08

Halifax, NS, CAN Panellinios L 0:1 W St. Lawrence Laurentiens Halifax, NS, CAN Woodbridge Italia D 1:1 D Halifax City Halifax, NS, CAN Columbus Clan FC D 0:0 D Yorkton United Halifax, NS, CAN Calgary Callies W 2:0 L Panellinios Halifax, NS, CAN Eliot River L 1:3 W Fredericton Picaroons Reds Halifax, NS, CAN Woodbridge Italia L 2:3 W Columbus Clan FC Halifax, NS, CAN Sons of Italy W 2:0 L Yorkton United Halifax, NS, CAN Calgary Callies W 2:0 L Eliot River Halifax, NS, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentiens W 4:0 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax City W 2:0 L Yorkton United Halifax, NS, CAN Columbus Clan FC W 2:1 L Sons of Italy (FC Winnipeg Lions) Halifax, NS, CAN Panellinios L 0:2 W Fredericton Picaroons Reds Halifax, NS, CAN Eliot River L 0:2 W St. Lawrence Laurentiens LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Halifax, NS, CAN Yorkton United L 0:5 W Eliot River Halifax, NS, CAN Panellinios D 8:8 D Woodbridge Italia Halifax, NS, CAN Sons of Italy W 2:0 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax City L 1:2 W St. Lawrence Laurentiens Halifax, NS, CAN Columbus Clan FC L 0:5 W Calgary Callies FINAL : Calgary wins Championship / Calgary gagne le Championnat.

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2008 CHAMPIONS : CALGARY CALLIES 2008 CALGARY CALLIES : Jamie Auvigne, Brett Colvin, Cody Cook, Liam DeSilva, Andre Duberry, Ben Duffy, Santino Geatano, Dave Harrison, Steffen Holdt, Allen Jovica, Chris Kooy, Will Langford, Drew Milne, Francisco Miron, Felix Napuri, Cenek Patik, Nicky Reyes, Eric Roa, Mark Slade, Milan Timotijevic. Head coach / entraîneur : Dave Randall. DATE 2008-10-08 2008-10-08 2008-10-08 2008-10-08 2008-10-09 2008-10-09 2008-10-09 2008-10-09 2008-10-10 2008-10-10 2008-10-10 2008-10-10 2008-10-11 2008-10-11 2008-10-11 2008-10-11 2008-10-12 2008-10-12 2008-10-12 2008-10-12 DATE 2008-10-13 2008-10-13 2008-10-13 2008-10-13 2008-10-13

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA St. John’s, NL, CAN Halifax City W 1:0 L Hellas SC St. John’s, NL, CAN Calgary Callies W 2:1 L Avondale Islanders St. John’s, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians D 1:1 D AEK London FC St. John’s, NL, CAN Gorge FC D 1:1 D Corfinium de St-Léonard St. John’s, NL, CAN Calgary Callies W 2:0 L Yorkton United St. John’s, NL, CAN Halifax City D 1:1 D Avondale Islanders St. John’s, NL, CAN Gorge FC L 0:1 W Feildians St. John’s, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians L 1:2 W Corfinium de St-Léonard St. John’s, NL, CAN Calgary Callies W 4:3 L Halifax City St. John’s, NL, CAN Hellas SC D 1:1 D Yorkton United St. John’s, NL, CAN Gorge FC W 3:0 L St. Lawrence Laurentians St. John’s, NL, CAN AEK London FC W 1:0 L Feildians St. John’s, NL, CAN Calgary Callies W 3:1 L Hellas SC St. John’s, NL, CAN Avondale Islanders W 2:1 L Yorkton United St. John’s, NL, CAN Gorge FC D 1:1 D AEK London FC St. John’s, NL, CAN Corfinium de St-Léonard W 2:1 L Feildians St. John’s, NL, CAN Halifax City W 3:1 L Yorkton United St. John’s, NL, CAN Hellas SC L 2:4 W Avondale Islanders St. John’s, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians W 2:0 L Feildians St. John’s, NL, CAN AEK London FC L 0:1 W Corfinium de St-Léonard LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA St. John’s, NL, CAN Yorkton United W 2:1 L Feildians St. John’s, NL, CAN Hellas SC L 3:5 W St. Lawrence Laurentians St. John’s, NL, CAN Halifax City L 0:3 W AEK London FC St. John’s, NL, CAN Avondale Islanders W 3:2 L Gorge FC St. John’s, NL, CAN Calgary Callies W 3:1 L Corfinium de St-Léonard King George V FINAL : Calgary wins Championship / Calgary gagne le Championnat.

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2009 CHAMPIONS : WINNIPEG HELLAS SC 2009 WINNIPEG HELLAS SC : Fabio Capone, Justin Castalos, Ulrick Disna, Billy Economou, Vinny Ferlaino, Thomas Findlay, Tom Foderaro, Andry Giesbrecht, Jordan Goetting, Dimitri Ifandis, Kyle Kilcup, Edin Kurbegovic, Jorge Mendez, Tim Mullen, Chris Musto, Dylan O’Connor, Trevor Perrault, Phillip Porpiglia, Yiannis Tsalatsidis, Jeff Valdivia. Head coach / entraîneur : Kostas Vailas.

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2010 CHAMPIONS : CHARLOTTETOWN ABBIES SC 2010 CHURCHILL ARMS - CHARLOTTETOWN ABBIES SC : Rob Aiken, Ryan Anstey, Graham Ashworth, Nathan Beck, Russell Carson, Jordan Chandler, Paul Craig, Michel Daoust-Wheatley, Matt Lally, Andrew MacCormack, Dylan MacDonald, Dan McAleer, Kenneth Morrison, Jared Murphy, Brett Norton, Karel Prickett, Nathan Snowie, Matt Thomson, Josh Vessey, Jonathan Vos. Head coach / entraîneur : John Diamond. LOCATION Charlottetown, PE, CAN Charlottetown, PE, CAN Charlottetown, PE, CAN Charlottetown, PE, CAN Charlottetown, PE, CAN Charlottetown, PE, CAN Charlottetown, PE, CAN Charlottetown, PE, CAN Cornwall, PE, CAN Charlottetown, PE, CAN Charlottetown, PE, CAN

TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Calgary Dinosaurs Winnipeg Lucania SC Charlottetown Abbies SC Royal-Sélect Beauport Winnipeg Lucania SC Calgary Dinosaurs Royal-Sélect Beauport Charlottetown Abbies SC Winnipeg Lucania SC Gorge FC Royal-Sélect Beauport

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT L 0:2 W Gorge FC UPEI L 0:1 W Saskatoon Huskie Utd. Alumni UPEI W 2:0 L Holy Cross UPEI L 0:2 W Halifax Dunbrack UPEI D 0:0 D AEK London FC UPEI D 0:0 D Saskatoon Huskie Utd. Alumni UPEI W 4:0 L Selects Charlottetown SC UPEI W 1:0 L Halifax Dunbrack UPEI L 0:1 W Calgary Dinosaurs Cornwall D 1:1 D AEK London FC UPEI D 0:0 D Charlottetown Abbies SC UPEI

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DATE 2010-10-06 2010-10-06 2010-10-06 2010-10-06 2010-10-07 2010-10-07 2010-10-07 2010-10-07 2010-10-08 2010-10-08 2010-10-08

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Saskatoon, SK, CAN West Van FC W 2:1 L Real Toronto Saskatoon, SK, CAN Calgary Callies L 1:2 W Winnipeg Hellas SC Saskatoon, SK, CAN Avondale Islanders W 4:1 L Halifax City Saskatoon, SK, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport D 1:1 D Holy Cross Saskatoon, SK, CAN Calgary Callies W 1:0 L Saskatoon Huskie Alumni SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN West Van FC L 0:1 W Winnipeg Hellas SC SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 4:1 L Yukon Selects SC SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Avondale Islanders D 0:0 D Holy Cross SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Calgary Callies W 3:1 L West Van FC SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Real Toronto D 2:2 D Saskatoon Huskie Alumni SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 2:0 L Avondale Islanders SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Halifax City W 3:0 L Yukon Selects SC SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Calgary Callies W 2:0 L Real Toronto SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Winnipeg Hellas SC L 0:3 W Saskatoon Huskie Alumni SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport D 0:0 D Halifax City SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Holy Cross W 5:0 L Yukon Selects SC SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN West Van FC W 1:0 L Saskatoon Huskie Alumni SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Real Toronto L 0:2 W Winnipeg Hellas SC SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Avondale Islanders W 4:0 L Yukon Selects SC SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Halifax City D 1:1 D Holy Cross SaskTel LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Saskatoon, SK, CAN Real Toronto D 0:0 D Yukon Selects SC SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Huskie Alumni D 0:0 D Halifax City SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN West Van FC D 0:0 D Holy Cross SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Calgary Callies D 0:0 D Avondale Islanders SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Winnipeg Hellas SC W 1:0 L Royal-Sélect Beauport SaskTel FINAL : Winnipeg wins Championship / Winnipeg gagne le Championnat.

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DATE 2009-10-07 2009-10-07 2009-10-07 2009-10-07 2009-10-08 2009-10-08 2009-10-08 2009-10-08 2009-10-09 2009-10-09 2009-10-09 2009-10-09 2009-10-10 2009-10-10 2009-10-10 2009-10-10 2009-10-11 2009-10-11 2009-10-11 2009-10-11 DATE 2009-10-12 2009-10-12 2009-10-12 2009-10-12 2009-10-12

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CHALLENGE 2010-10-08 2010-10-09 2010-10-09 2010-10-09 2010-10-09 2010-10-10 2010-10-10 2010-10-10 2010-10-10 DATE 2010-10-11 2010-10-11 2010-10-11 2010-10-11 2010-10-11

Charlottetown, PE, CAN Holy Cross D 1:1 D Selects Charlottetown SC UPEI Charlottetown, PE, CAN Winnipeg Lucania SC L 1:2 W Gorge FC UPEI Charlottetown, PE, CAN Sask. Huskie Utd. Alumni L 1:2 W AEK London FC UPEI Charlottetown, PE, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 2:1 L Holy Cross UPEI Charlottetown, PE, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 2:1 L Selects Charlottetown SC UPEI Cornwall, PE, CAN Calgary Dinosaurs D 2:2 D AEK London FC Cornwall Cornwall, PE, CAN Gorge FC W 1:0 L Saskatoon Huskie Utd. Alumni Cornwall Charlottetown, PE, CAN Charlottetown Abbies SC W 1:0 L Selects Charlottetown SC UPEI Charlottetown, PE, CAN Holy Cross L 0:2 W Halifax Dunbrack UPEI LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Stratford, PE, CAN Winnipeg Lucania SC W 3:1 L Holy Cross Stratford Stratford, PE, CAN Saskatoon Huskie Utd. Alumni W 5:2 L Selects Charlottetown SC Stratford Stratford, PE, CAN Calgary Dinosaurs W 5:4 L Royal-Sélect Beauport Stratford Cornwall, PE, CAN AEK London FC L 2:3 W Halifax Dunbrack Cornwall Charlottetown, PE, CAN Gorge FC L 0:2 W Charlottetown Abbies SC UPEI FINAL : Charlottetown wins Championship / Charlottetown gagne le Championnat.

2011 CHAMPIONS : SASKATOON HUSA ALUMNI 2011 SASKATOON HUSA ALUMNI : David Brown, Mitchell Cantin, Michael Collins, Jeff Dobchuk, Jeff Friesen, Dwayne Gareau, Brendan Garrity, Stewart Gillott, Jamie Hembroff, Jarvis Huyghebaert, Steven Irinici, Mark Korthuis, Ryan McAllister, David Patterson, Stephen Patterson, Nathan Reis, Jordan Schidlowsky, Jay Tomchuk, Michael Veszi. Player-coach / entraîneur : Stewart Gillott. DATE 2011-10-05 2011-10-05 2011-10-05 2011-10-05 2011-10-06 2011-10-06 2011-10-06 2011-10-06 2011-10-07 2011-10-07 2011-10-07 2011-10-07 2011-10-08 2011-10-08 2011-10-08 2011-10-08 2011-10-08 2011-10-08 2011-10-09 2011-10-09 2011-10-09 2011-10-09 2011-10-09 2011-10-09 DATE 2011-10-10 2011-10-10 2011-10-10 2011-10-10 2011-10-10 2011-10-10

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Brossard, QC, CAN Sherwood Parkdale Rangers L 0:1 W Holy Cross Brossard, QC, CAN Surrey ICST Pegasus W 2:0 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds Brossard, QC, CAN Suburban FC W 2:1 L Yukon Selects SC Brossard, QC, CAN Toronto Celtic W 5:1 L Yellowknife FC Brossard, QC, CAN Winnipeg Juventus W 3:2 L Holy Cross Brossard, QC, CAN Saskatoon HUSA Alumni W 4:0 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds Brossard, QC, CAN CS Mont-Royal Outremont W 4:0 L Yukon Selects SC Brossard, QC, CAN Edmonton Green & Gold W 4:1 L Yellowknife FC Brossard, QC, CAN Sherwood Parkdale Rangers W 3:1 L Winnipeg Juventus Brossard, QC, CAN Surrey ICST Pegasus W 2:1 L Saskatoon HUSA Alumni Brossard, QC, CAN Suburban FC D 1:1 D CS Mont-Royal Outremont Brossard, QC, CAN Toronto Celtic D 2:2 D Edmonton Green & Gold Brossard, QC, CAN Winnipeg Juventus W 8:1 L Yellowknife FC Brossard, QC, CAN Fredericton Picaroons Reds W 1:0 L Yukon Selects SC Brossard, QC, CAN Sherwood Parkdale Rangers L 0:1 W Toronto Celtic Brossard, QC, CAN Edmonton Green & Gold L 0:4 W Holy Cross Brossard, QC, CAN Surrey ICST Pegasus W 1:0 L CS Mont-Royal Outremont Brossard, QC, CAN Suburban FC L 0:4 W Saskatoon HUSA Alumni Brossard, QC, CAN Winnipeg Juventus W 3:1 L Yukon Selects SC Brossard, QC, CAN Fredericton Picaroons Reds W 5:0 L Yellowknife FC Brossard, QC, CAN Sherwood Parkdale Rangers L 1:3 W Suburban FC Brossard, QC, CAN Edmonton Green & Gold L 0:2 W CS Mont-Royal Outremont Brossard, QC, CAN Toronto Celtic L 1:2 W Saskatoon HUSA Alumni Brossard, QC, CAN Holy Cross L 1:2 W Surrey ICST Pegasus LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Brossard, QC, CAN Winnipeg Juventus W 3:0 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds Brossard, QC, CAN Yellowknife FC L 2:3 W Yukon Selects SC Brossard, QC, CAN Sherwood Parkdale Rangers D 1:1 D Edmonton Green & Gold Brossard, QC, CAN Suburban FC W 1:0 L CS Mont-Royal Outremont Brossard, QC, CAN Toronto Celtic D 2:2 D Holy Cross Brossard, QC, CAN Saskatoon HUSA Alumni W 2:0 L Surrey ICST Pegasus FINAL : Saskatoon wins Championship / Saskatoon gagne le Championnat.

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2012 CHAMPIONS : ROYAL-SÉLECT BEAUPORT 2012 ROYAL-SÉLECT BEAUPORT : Guillaume Barrette, Vincent Barrette, Jamel Berbèche, Michaël Boutin, Pascal Bragagnolo, Vincent Cournoyer, Eduardo Davalos, Jean-François Desrosiers, Nafi Dicko Raynauld, Patrice Dion, Samuel Georget, Omar Gutierrez, Guillaume Héroux, Lawrence Hone-Blanchet, Michel Mana Nga, Augustin Mangaïko, Julien Mbonyineza, Jimmy McLaughlin, Goran Rimac, Boris Salou. Head coach / entraîneur : Samir Ghrib.

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Saskatoon HUSA Alumni W 8:0 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds Winnipeg, MB, CAN Surrey United Firefighters W 3:1 L Hellas SC Winnipeg, MB, CAN AEK London FC W 6:1 L Yellowknife FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Holy Cross L 0:1 W FC Winnipeg Lions Winnipeg, MB, CAN PEI FC W 3:1 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Scottish W 1:0 L Hellas SC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 4:0 L Yellowknife FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Halifax City W 1:0 L FC Winnipeg Lions Winnipeg, MB, CAN Saskatoon HUSA Alumni L 0:1 W PEI FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Surrey United Firefighters L 1:2 W Edmonton Scottish Winnipeg, MB, CAN AEK London FC L 0:2 W Royal-Sélect Beauport Winnipeg, MB, CAN Holy Cross W 3:2 L Halifax City Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fredericton Picaroons Reds D 0:0 D FC Winnipeg Lions Winnipeg, MB, CAN Hellas SC W 11:0 L Yellowknife FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN PEI FC W 1:0 L Halifax City Winnipeg, MB, CAN Holy Cross L 0:1 W Saskatoon HUSA Alumni Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Scottish D 0:0 D AEK London FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 4:0 L Surrey United Firefighters Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fredericton Picaroons Reds W 8:1 L Yellowknife FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Hellas SC L 0:4 W FC Winnipeg Lions Winnipeg, MB, CAN Halifax City L 0:4 W Surrey United Firefighters Winnipeg, MB, CAN Holy Cross L 0:2 W AEK London FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN PEI FC L 1:2 W Royal-Sélect Beauport Winnipeg Winnipeg, MB, CAN Saskatoon HUSA Alumni L 0:1 W Edmonton Scottish Winnipeg LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fredericton Picaroons Reds L 1:4 W Hellas SC Winnipeg, MB, CAN FC Winnipeg Lions W 9:2 L Yellowknife FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Halifax City W 4:2 L Holy Cross Winnipeg, MB, CAN Surrey United Firefighters W 1:0 L AEK London FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN PEI FC L 1:3 W Saskatoon HUSA Alumni Winnipeg, MB, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport D 3:3 D Edmonton Scottish Winnipeg FINAL : Beauport wins Championship / Beauport gagne le Championnat.

2013 CHAMPIONS : OTTAWA GLOUCESTER CELTIC 2013 OTTAWA GLOUCESTER CELTIC : Jason DaCosta, Justin Dasah, Adam Davies, Alex Decouvreur, Emmanuel Desjeunes, Josh Dewar, Bezick Evraire, Matt Gagnon, Ryne Gulliver, Jorge Gutierrez, Roberto Gutierrez, Tom MacDonald, Panagiotis Manginas, Andrew Park, Matt Quon, Colin Roberts, Phil Sangster, Warwick Sangster, Alex Walker. Head coach / entraîneur : Matt Williams. DATE 2013-10-09 2013-10-09 2013-10-09 2013-10-09 2013-10-10 2013-10-10

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Halifax, NS, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport Halifax, NS, CAN Edmonton Scottish Halifax, NS, CAN Saskatoon HUSA Alumni Halifax, NS, CAN Sherwood-Parkdale Rangers Halifax, NS, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax City

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA W 3:1 L Halifax Dunbrack W 1:0 L Yellowknife FC W 3:1 L Fredericton Wanderers L 0:3 W FC Winnipeg Lions D 0:0 D Halifax Dunbrack W 3:0 L Yellowknife FC

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DATE 2012-10-03 2012-10-03 2012-10-03 2012-10-03 2012-10-04 2012-10-04 2012-10-04 2012-10-04 2012-10-05 2012-10-05 2012-10-05 2012-10-05 2012-10-06 2012-10-06 2012-10-06 2012-10-06 2012-10-06 2012-10-06 2012-10-07 2012-10-07 2012-10-07 2012-10-07 2012-10-07 2012-10-07 DATE 2012-10-08 2012-10-08 2012-10-08 2012-10-08 2012-10-08 2012-10-08

CANADA SOCCER

CHALLENGE


CHALLENGE 2013-10-10 2013-10-10 2013-10-11 2013-10-11 2013-10-11 2013-10-11 2013-10-12 2013-10-12 2013-10-12 2013-10-12 2013-10-12 2013-10-12 2013-10-13 2013-10-13 2013-10-13 2013-10-13 2013-10-13 2013-10-13 DATE 2013-10-14 2013-10-14 2013-10-14 2013-10-14 2013-10-14 2013-10-14

Halifax, NS, CAN Ottawa Gloucester Celtic W 4:1 L Fredericton Wanderers Halifax, NS, CAN Surrey United Firefighters W 1:0 L FC Winnipeg Lions Halifax, NS, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 2:0 L St. Lawrence Laurentians Halifax, NS, CAN Edmonton Scottish L 0:1 W Halifax City Halifax, NS, CAN Saskatoon HUSA Alumni W 2:0 L Ottawa Gloucester Celtic Halifax, NS, CAN Sherwood-Parkdale Rangers W 3:2 L Surrey United Firefighters Halifax, NS, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians D 0:0 D Sherwood-Parkdale Rangers Halifax, NS, CAN Yellowknife FC W 2:1 L Fredericton Wanderers Halifax, NS, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport L 1:2 W Surrey United Firefighters Halifax, NS, CAN FC Winnipeg Lions W 2:0 L Halifax Dunbrack Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax City L 0:1 W Ottawa Gloucester Celtic Halifax, NS, CAN Saskatoon HUSA Alumni W 3:1 L Edmonton Scottish Halifax, NS, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians L 1:3 W Fredericton Wanderers Halifax, NS, CAN Yellowknife FC L 0:7 W Sherwood-Parkdale Rangers Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax Dunbrack D 1:1 D Halifax City Halifax, NS, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 4:1 L Edmonton Scottish Halifax, NS, CAN FC Winnipeg Lions L 0:1 W Ottawa Gloucester Celtic Halifax, NS, CAN Surrey United Firefighters D 1:1 D Saskatoon HUSA Alumni LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Halifax, NS, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians W 4:0 L Yellowknife FC Halifax, NS, CAN Sherwood-Parkdale Rangers W 5:0 L Fredericton Wanderers Halifax, NS, CAN Edmonton Scottish W 2:1 L Halifax City Halifax, NS, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport D 2:2 D Halifax Dunbrack Halifax, NS, CAN Saskatoon HUSA Alumni L 1:2 W FC Winnipeg Lions Halifax, NS, CAN Surrey United Firefighters L 0:3 W Ottawa Gloucester Celtic FINAL : Ottawa wins Championship / Ottawa gagne le Championnat.

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2014 CHAMPIONS : LONDON MARCONI 2014 LONDON MARCONI : Paul Arnold, Ryan Avola, Ahmad Birani, Taso Bujouves, Matt Catalano, Matt Cuthbert, Mark Haynes, Tyler Hemming, Steve Hepton, Jovan Ivanovich, Alex Lewis, Mike Marcoccia, Connor McFall, Brandon Mendes, Brian Pistor, Geert Remjin, Aaron Schneebeli, Denver Spearman. Head coach / entraîneur : Pat McLaughlin. DATE 2014-10-08 2014-10-08 2014-10-08 2014-10-08 2014-10-09 2014-10-09 2014-10-09 2014-10-09 2014-10-10 2014-10-10 2014-10-10 2014-10-10 2014-10-11 2014-10-11 2014-10-11 2014-10-11 2014-10-11 2014-10-11 2014-10-12 2014-10-12 2014-10-12 2014-10-12

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LOCATION Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN

TEAM / ÉQUIPE A London Marconi Croatia SC Vancouver FC Winnipeg Lions Saskatoon HUSA Alumni PEI FC Dartmouth United Calgary Callies Royal-Sélect Beauport London Marconi Croatia SC Vancouver FC Winnipeg Lions Saskatoon HUSA Alumni PEI FC Dartmouth United London Marconi Saskatoon HUSA Alumni Croatia SC Vancouver FC Winnipeg Lions PEI FC Dartmouth United Vaughan Azzurri Holy Cross

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA D 0:0 D Vaughan Azzurri L 0:1 W Fredericton Picaroons Reds W 2:1 L Yellowknife FC W 2:0 L Holy Cross D 1:1 D Vaughan Azzurri W 1:0 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds W 8:1 L Yellowknife FC L 0:1 W Holy Cross W 3:1 L PEI FC W 4:0 L Dartmouth United D 0:0 D Calgary Callies W 1:0 L Royal-Sélect Beauport W 3:1 L Royal-Sélect Beauport W 6:0 L Yellowknife FC D 2:2 D Holy Cross D 3:3 D Vaughan Azzurri L 0:3 W Calgary Callies W 2:1 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds W 7:1 L Yellowknife FC L 1:3 W Royal-Sélect Beauport L 0:4 W Croatia SC Vancouver W 2:0 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds

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Vaughan, ON, CAN Saskatoon HUSA Alumni D 0:0 D Calgary Callies Vaughan, ON, CAN London Marconi W 1:0 L FC Winnipeg Lions LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Vaughan, ON, CAN PEI FC W 3:0 L Dartmouth United Vaughan, ON, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 10:2 L Yellowknife FC Vaughan, ON, CAN Fredericton Picaroons Reds W 3:0 L Vaughan Azzurri Vaughan, ON, CAN Holy Cross D 4:4 D Croatia SC Vancouver Vaughan, ON, CAN FC Winnipeg Lions D 0:0 D Saskatoon HUSA Alumni Vaughan, ON, CAN London Marconi D 0:0 D Calgary Callies FINAL : London wins Championship / London gagne le Championnat.

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CHALLENGE

2015 LONDON MARCONI : Paul Arnold, Ryan Avola, Ahmad Birani, Alex Blencowe, Matt Catalano, Haris Cekic, Mark Haynes, Tyler Hemming, Jovan Ivanovich, Luke Jackson, Igor Kasic, Alex Lewis, Mike Marcoccia, Connor McFall, Michael Pereira, Anthony Perez, Geert Remjin, Younan Samra, Aaron Schneebeli, Denver Spearman. Head coach / entraîneur : Pat McLaughlin.

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN London Marconi W 1:0 L Rapides de Chaudière-Ouest AT2 Calgary, AB, CAN Edmonton Scottish D 1:1 D Dartmouth United SC AT2 Calgary, AB, CAN Saskatoon HUSA Alumni W 5:0 L Yellowknife FC CSC 2 Calgary, AB, CAN Winnipeg Juventus L 0:4 W Edmonton Green & Gold AT 2 Calgary, AB, CAN PEI FC L 0:5 W Rapides de Chaudière-Ouest AT2 Calgary, AB, CAN Fredericton Picaroons Reds W 2:1 L Dartmouth United SC AT2 Calgary, AB, CAN Yellowknife FC L 1:4 W EDC FC Burnaby AT2 Calgary, AB, CAN Holy Cross L 0:1 W Edmonton Green & Gold 2 Calgary, AB, CAN London Marconi W 2:0 L PEI FC AT2 Calgary, AB, CAN Edmonton Scottish W 2:0 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds AT2 Calgary, AB, CAN Saskatoon HUSA Alumni L 2:3 W EDC FC Burnaby AT4 Calgary, AB, CAN Winnipeg Juventus D 1:1 D Holy Cross AT2 Calgary, AB, CAN PEI FC W 6:0 L Winnipeg Juventus AT4 Calgary, AB, CAN Dartmouth United SC W 8:1 L Yellowknife FC AT4 Calgary, AB, CAN London Marconi W 2:0 L Holy Cross AT2 Calgary, AB, CAN Edmonton Green & Gold W 4:0 L Rapides de Chaudière-Ouest AT2 Calgary, AB, CAN Edmonton Scottish D 1:1 D Saskatoon HUSA Alumni AT2 Calgary, AB, CAN EDC FC Burnaby W 2:1 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds AT4 Calgary, AB, CAN PEI FC W 5:0 L Yellowknife FC AT4 Calgary, AB, CAN Dartmouth United SC L 1:2 W Winnipeg Juventus AT4 Calgary, AB, CAN Rapides de Chaudière-Ouest L 0:3 W Saskatoon HUSA Alumni AT3 Calgary, AB, CAN Holy Cross W 4:2 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds AT3 Calgary, AB, CAN Edmonton Green & Gold L 1:2 W Edmonton Scottish AT2 Calgary, AB, CAN London Marconi W 2:0 L EDC FC Burnaby AT2 LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN PEI FC W 6:2 L Dartmouth United SC Shouldice Encana Calgary, AB, CAN Winnipeg Juventus W 3:0 L Yellowknife FC Shouldice Stampeder Calgary, AB, CAN Fredericton Picaroons Reds L 0:1 W Rapides de Chaudière-Ouest AT4 Calgary, AB, CAN Holy Cross L 1:2 W Saskatoon HUSA Alumni SC3 Calgary, AB, CAN EDC FC Burnaby W 2:1 L Edmonton Green & Gold AT4 Calgary, AB, CAN London Marconi W 2:1 L Edmonton Scottish 2 FINAL : London wins Championship / London gagne le Championnat.

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2016 CHAMPIONS : EDMONTON SCOTTISH SC 2016 EDMONTON SCOTTISH SC : Karim Broodhagen, James Carr, Almir Gazic, Nicolas Gonzalez, Paul Hamilton, Marcus Johnstone, Richard Klein, Chris Kooy, Christian Kosmin, Sam Lam, Chris Lemire, Dexter MacLachlan, Michael McCormick,

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DATE 2015-10-07 2015-10-07 2015-10-07 2015-10-07 2015-10-08 2015-10-08 2015-10-08 2015-10-08 2015-10-09 2015-10-09 2015-10-09 2015-10-09 2015-10-10 2015-10-10 2015-10-10 2015-10-10 2015-10-10 2015-10-10 2015-10-11 2015-10-11 2015-10-11 2015-10-11 2015-10-11 2015-10-11 DATE 2015-10-12 2015-10-12 2015-10-12 2015-10-12 2015-10-12 2015-10-12

HALL of FAME

2015 CHAMPIONS : LONDON MARCONI


CHALLENGE John Pegg, Nicky Reyes, Dave Rutledge, Anoop Sahota, Jay Vetsch, Steven Wheeler, Francisco Wong. Head coach / entraîneur : Kevin Poissant. DATE 2016-10-05 2016-10-05 2016-10-05 2016-10-05 2016-10-06 2016-10-06 2016-10-06 2016-10-06 2016-10-07 2016-10-07 2016-10-07 2016-10-07 2016-10-08 2016-10-08 2016-10-08 2016-10-08 2016-10-08 2016-10-08 2016-10-09 2016-10-09 2016-10-09 2016-10-09 2016-10-09 2016-10-09 DATE 2016-10-10 2016-10-10 2016-10-10 2016-10-10 2016-10-10 2016-10-10

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT St. John’s, NL, CAN Ottawa Gloucester Celtic W 4:0 L FC Winnipeg Lions King George V 100 St. John’s, NL, CAN Edmonton Scottish SC W 1:0 L Western Halifax FC King George V 75 CBS, NL, CAN Surrey Pegasus FC D 0:0 D Edmonton Green & Gold Topsail 60 St. John’s, NL, CAN Saskatoon HUSA Alumni W 1:0 L Mount Pearl FC King George V 750 St. John’s, NL, CAN PEI FC L 1:3 W FC Winnipeg Lions King George V 125 St. John’s, NL, CAN Fredericton Picaroons Reds W 1:0 L Western Halifax FC King George V 100 St. John’s, NL, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport D 0:0 D Edmonton Green & Gold King George V 175 St. John’s, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians W 1:0 L Mount Pearl FC King George V 2,000 CBS, NL, CAN Ottawa Gloucester Celtic W 4:1 L PEI FC Topsail 30 Mount Pearl, NL, CAN Edmonton Scottish SC W 3:0 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds Mount Pearl 70 St. John’s, NL, CAN Surrey Pegasus FC L 0:1 W Royal-Sélect Beauport King George V 75 Mount Pearl, NL, CAN Saskatoon HUSA Alumni W 1:0 L St. Lawrence Laurentians Mount Pearl 1,400 Mount Pearl, NL, CAN PEI FC D 1:1 D Mount Pearl FC Mount Pearl 60 CBS, NL, CAN Western Halifax FC L 1:4 W Surrey Pegasus FC Topsail 55 St. John’s, NL, CAN Ottawa Gloucester Celtic W 6:1 L St. Lawrence Laurentians King George V 1,200 Mount Pearl, NL, CAN Saskatoon HUSA Alumni W 3:1 L FC Winnipeg Lions Mount Pearl 80 Mount Pearl, NL, CAN Edmonton Scottish SC W 2:0 L Edmonton Green & Gold Mount Pearl 150 CBS, NL, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport D 1:1 D Fredericton Picaroons Reds Topsail 30 Paradise, NL, CAN PEI FC L 1:3 W Surrey Pegasus FC Paradise 25 Paradise, NL, CAN Western Halifax FC W 4:0 L Mount Pearl FC Paradise 25 Mount Pearl, NL, CAN FC Winnipeg Lions L 2:3 W Edmonton Green & Gold Mount Pearl 25 Mount Pearl, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians W 2:1 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds Mount Pearl 465 St. John’s, NL, CAN Saskatoon HUSA Alumni L 0:2 W Edmonton Scottish SC King George V 200 St. John’s, NL, CAN Ottawa Gloucester Celtic L 0:1 W Royal-Sélect Beauport King George V 100 LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Paradise, NL, CAN PEI FC W 3:2 L Western Halifax FC Paradise 20 St. John’s, NL, CAN Mount Pearl FC W 3:2 L Surrey Pegasus FC Feildian 125 Paradise, NL, CAN Fredericton Picaroons Reds L 1:5 W FC Winnipeg Lions Paradise 15 Mount Pearl, NL, CAN St. Lawrence Laurentians L 2:4 W Edmonton Green & Gold Mount Pearl 180 Mount Pearl, NL, CAN Ottawa Gloucester Celtic W 5:2 L Saskatoon HUSA Alumni Mount Pearl 45 St. John’s, NL, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport L 0:1 W Edmonton Scottish SC King George V 350 FINAL : Edmonton wins Championship / Edmonton gagne le Championnat.

CANADIAN SOCCER LEAGUE LIGUE 1987-1992 LEAGUE From 1987 to 1992, the Canadian Soccer League featured 8-11 teams. At the end of the regular season, four to eight teams reached the playoffs. The national winner was awarded the Mita Cup. / ....

1987 CHAMPIONS : CALGARY KICKERS 1987 CALGARY KICKERS : Jim Armstrong, Derek Ballendine, John Catliff, Chris Daniel, Nick Gilbert, Sven Habermann, Colin Hargreaves, Lindsay Henderson, Simon Hodgson, David Hughes, Burk Kaiser, Greg Kern, John Lauro, Scotty McGeoch, Nick Saler, Mike Scullion, Graeme Slee, Gord Weidle. Head coach / entraîneur : Peter Welsh.

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1988 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER 86ERS 1988 VANCOUVER 86ERS : Ivan Belfiore, Cam Bowman, John Catliff, Paul Dolan, Ivor Evans, Sven Habermann, Greg Ion, Rick Jaskin, Bob Lenarduzzi, Jamie Lowery, Shaun Lowther, Steven MacDonald, Doug McKinty, Rob Merkl, Dale Mitchell, Domenic Mobilio, Doug Muirhead, Sammy Saundh, Dan Sudeyko, Guido Tittoto, Carl Valentine. Player-coach / entraîneur : Bob Lenarduzzi. WEST / OUEST : Vancouver 48 points; Winnipeg 25 points; Calgary 18 points; Edmonton 13 points. EAST / EST : Hamilton 42 points; Toronto 29 points; North York 28 points; Ottawa 25 points; Montréal 24 points. DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 1988-09-15 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Fury W 2:1 L Calgary Kickers Winnipeg 1988-09-14 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Blizzard W 2:1 L North York Rockets Varsity DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 1988-09-18 Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver 86ers W 3:1 L Winnipeg Fury Swangard 1988-09-17 Hamilton, ON, CAN Hamilton Steelers W 1:0 L Toronto Blizzard Brian Timmis DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 1988-09-25 Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver 86ers W 4:1 L Hamilton Steelers Swangard 6,443 FINAL : Vancouver wins Championship / Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

HALL of FAME

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HONOURS

WEST / OUEST : Calgary 27 points; Vancouver 21 points; Edmonton 20 points; Winnipeg 14 points. EAST / EST : Hamilton 26 points; Ottawa 23 points; Toronto 18 points; North York 9 points. DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA 1987-09-09 Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver 86ers W 2:1 L Edmonton Brick Men Swangard 1987-09-10 Aylmer, QC, CAN Ottawa Pioneers L 1:2 W Toronto Blizzard Aydelu DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA 1987-09-13 Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Kickers W 4:3 L Vancouver 86ers Mewata 1987-09-12 Hamilton, ON, CAN Hamilton Steelers W 1:0 L Toronto Blizzard Ivor Wynne DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA 1987-09-20 Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Kickers W 2:1 L Hamilton Steelers Mewata FINAL : Calgary wins Championship / Calgary gagne le Championnat.

CANADA SOCCER

LEAGUE

WEST / OUEST : Vancouver 42 points; Edmonton 21 points; Calgary 19 points; Winnipeg 19 points; Victoria 14 points. EAST / EST : Toronto 38 points; Hamilton 37 points; North York 33 points; Ottawa 22 points; Montréal 15 points. DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 1989-09-13 Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Strikers L 1:3 W Edmonton Brick Men Mewata 1989-09-17 Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Brick Men D 0:0 D Calgary Strikers Clarke 1989-09-13 North York, ON, CAN North York Rockets D 1:1 D Hamilton Steelers Esther Shiner 1989-09-17 Hamilton, ON, CAN Hamilton Steelers W 1:0 L North York Rockets Brian Timmis DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 1989-09-20 Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Brick Men L 3:5 W Vancouver 86ers Clarke 1989-09-24 Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver 86ers W 4:0 L Edmonton Brick Men Swangard 5,772 1989-09-20 Hamilton, ON, CAN Hamilton Steelers D 1:1 D Toronto Blizzard Brian Timmis 1989-09-24 Etobicoke, ON, CAN Toronto Blizzard L 1:2 W Hamilton Steelers Centennial DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 1989-10-01 Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver 86ers W 3:2 L Hamilton Steelers Swangard 7,942 FINAL : Vancouver wins Championship / Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

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1989 VANCOUVER 86ERS : Garry Aujla, Robbie Aujla, Ivan Belfiore, Cameron Bowman, John Catliff, Jim Easton, Ivor Evans, Sven Habermann, Mark Karpun, Jamie Lowery, Steven MacDonald, Carlo Marini, Doug McKinty, Rob Merkl, Dale Mitchell, Domenic Mobilio, George Mrsic, Doug Muirhead, Sammy Saundh, Dan Sudeyko, Guido Titotto, Carl Valentine. Player-coach / entraîneur : Bob Lenarduzzi.

NATIONAL

1989 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER 86ERS


LIGUE 1990 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER 86ERS 1990 VANCOUVER 86ERS : John Antulov, Garry Aujla, Robbie Aujla, Stephen Burns, John Catliff, Russell Collins, Paul Dolan, Ivor Evans, Lindsay Henderson, Greg Ion, Jamie Lowery, Scott Macey, Steven MacDonald, Doug McKinty, Rob Merkl, Lui Miljanovic, Dale Mitchell, Domenic Mobilio, Doug Muirhead, Sammy Saundh, Dan Sudeyko, Guido Titotto, Carl Valentine, Vlado Vanis. Head coach / entraîneur : Bob Lenarduzzi. WEST / OUEST : Vancouver 40 points; Victoria 31 points; Winnipeg 22 points; Edmonton 18 points. EAST / EST : Toronto 39 points; Montréal 37 points; Hamilton 29 points; Kitchener 23 points; North York 23 points; Ottawa 13 points; London 11 points. DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 1990-09-12 North York, ON, CAN North York Rockets L 0:2 W Vancouver 86ers 1,650 1990-09-16 Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver 86ers W 2:1 L North York Rockets 3,340 1990-09-12 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Fury W 4:1 L Victoria Vistas 1,155 1990-09-15 Victoria, BC, CAN Victoria Vistas - 2:0 - Winnipeg Fury 1,980 Match in Victoria ordererd to be replayed on account of Victoria playing ineligible player. 1990-09-20 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Fury L 1:2 W Victoria Vistas 1990-09-20 With the series split, Hamilton wins on kicks after a 1:1 draw. 1990-09-12 Hamilton, ON, CAN Hamilton Steelers W 2:1 L FC Supra Montréal 1,547 1990-09-15 Montréal, QC, CAN FC Supra Montréal L 0:1 W Hamilton Steelers 1,573 1990-09-12 Kitchener, ON, CAN Kitchener Spirit W 2:1 L Toronto Blizzard 1,029 1990-09-16 Etobicoke, ON, CAN Toronto Blizzard W 1:0 L Kitchener Spirit Centennial 2,960 1990-09-16 With the series split, Kitchener wins on kicks after 0-0 draw. DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 1990-09-22 Victoria, BC, CAN Victoria Vistas D 2:2 D Vancouver 86ers Royal Athletic 3,775 1990-09-30 Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver 86ers W 6:1 L Victoria Vistas Swangard 5,883 1990-09-23 Kitchener, ON, CAN Kitchener Spirit L 0:1 W Hamilton Steelers 1,325 1990-09-29 Hamilton, ON, CAN Hamilton Steelers D 3:3 D Kitchener Spirit Brian Timmis 1,958 DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 1990-10-08 Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver 86ers W 6:1 L Hamilton Steelers 6,348 FINAL : Vancouver wins Championship / Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

1991 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER 86ERS 1991 VANCOUVER 86ERS : John Antulov, Stephen Burns, John Catliff, Paul Dolan, Ivor Evans, David Fiorvento, Mark Karpun, Jamie Lowery, Steven MacDonald, Scott Macey, Doug McKinty, Rob Merkl, Domenic Mobilio, Dave Norman, Norm Odinga, Sammy Saundh, Guido Titotto, Carl Valentine, Gregor Young. Entraîneur / head coach Bob Lenarduzzi. FINAL : Vancouver 64 points; Toronto 48 points; North York 48 points; Hamilton 46 points; Montréal 40 points; Nova Scotia 28 points; Kitchener 19 points; Winnipeg 18 points. DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 1991-09-11 Halifax, NS, CAN Nova Scotia Clippers L 0:4 W North York Rockets 1,423 1991-09-15 North York, ON, CAN North York Rockets W 5:1 L Nova Scotia Clippers 1,605 1991-09-11 Montréal, QC, CAN FC Supra Montréal W 3:0 L Hamilton Steelers 1,423 1991-09-15 Hamilton, ON, CAN Hamilton Steelers W 4:0 L FC Supra Montréal 2,154 1991-09-15 With the series split, Hamilton wins 1-0 in extra time. DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 1991-09-22 Hamilton, ON, CAN Hamilton Steelers D 1:1 D Vancouver 86ers 4,113 1991-09-29 Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver 86ers W 2:1 L Hamilton Steelers Swangard 4,431 1991-09-22 North York, ON, CAN North York Rockets L 0:2 W Toronto Blizzard 2,650 1991-09-29 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Blizzard L 1:2 W North York Rockets 2,627 1991-09-29 With the series split, Toronto wins 1-0 in extra time. DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 1991-10-06 Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver 86ers W 5:3 L Toronto Blizzard Swangard FINAL : Vancouver wins Championship / Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

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1992 WINNIPEG FURY : Joe Belan, John Berti, Garrett Caldwell, Carlo Corazzin, Rick Curran, Mike Dodd, John Gasparac, Russell Harder, Kevin Holness, Constantin Ignat, Kent Kowalski, Kevin Methot, Steve Millar, Peyvand Mossavat, Tony Nocita, Marcello Paolucci, Joe Parrottino, Rick Pasqua, Brett Pence, Philip Wilson. Head coach / entraîneur : Tom McManus. Vancouver 36 points; North York 30 points; Winnipeg 25 points; Montréal 25 points; London 22 points; Toronto 21 points. DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 1992-09-16 Montréal, QC, CAN FC Supra Montréal D 1:1 D Vancouver 86ers 1992-09-20 Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver 86ers W 1:0 L FC Supra Montréal 1992-09-16 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Fury D 1:1 D North York Rockets 1992-09-20 North York, ON, CAN North York Rockets L 0:1 W Winnipeg Fury DATE LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA ATT 1992-09-27 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Fury W 2:0 L Vancouver 86ers 1992-10-04 Burnaby, BC, CAN Vancouver 86ers D 1:1 D Winnipeg Fury FINAL : Winnipeg wins Championship / Winnipeg gagne le Championnat.

FUTSAL CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP

HALL of FAME

1992 CHAMPIONS : WINNIPEG FURY

CANADA SOCCER

FUTSAL

2015 FUTSAL CLUB TORONTO : Lucas Blanche, David Campusano, Daniel Chamale, Matias Dimarco, Timo Garzon, Eduardo Jauregui, Brandon Lima, Marcelo Oertel, Matthew Osorio, Andy Quintanilla, Aziah Reid, Johan Vargas, Alvaro Yaques. Entraîneur / head coach Roy Blanche. DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B 2015-10-10 Montréal, QC, CAN Futsal Club Toronto W 7:5 L Albiceleste 2015-10-11 Montréal, QC, CAN Albiceleste L 2:6 W Futsal Club Toronto FINAL : Toronto wins Championship / Toronto gagne le Championnat.

STADIA Outremont Outremont

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HONOURS

2015 CHAMPIONS : FUTSAL CLUB TORONTO

DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA 2016-04-09 Oshawa, ON, CAN Toronto United Futsal W 4:3 L Sparte FC Durham College 2016-04-10 Oshawa, ON, CAN Sparte FC L 3:4 W Toronto United Futsal Durham College FINAL : Toronto wins Championship / Toronto gagne le Championnat.

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JUBILEE Etobicoke (Ontario). À partir de 1983, le tournoi final était composé de 6 à 10 équipes regroupées dans un seul lieu chaque année. Le gagnant national reçoit le Trophée Jubilee.

1982 CHAMPIONS : EDMONTON ANGELS SC 1982 EDMONTON ANGELS SC : Laura Coombes, Maria Cuncannon, Tracy David, Lisa Fong, Anne Jarvis, Karen Johnson, Janet Lemieux, Linda MacLaren, Shannon Maloney, Karen MacPherson, Lee Ann Metz, Sue Redepenning-Simon, Cathy Rustemier, Anita Saiko (née Brandt), Shona Schleppe, Cindy Thorvaldson. Head coach / entraîneur : Stuart Brown. DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B 1982-11-06 Etobicoke, ON, CAN London Concordes L 0:4 W Edmonton Angels SC FINAL : Edmonton wins Championship / Edmonton gagne le Championnat.

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1983 CHAMPIONS : EDMONTON ANGELS SC 1983 EDMONTON ANGELS SC : Angela Austemeier, Sue Brand, Laura Coombes, Maria Cuncannon, Tracy David, Gayle Desmeules, Lisa Fong, Maureen Hughes, Karen Johnston, Janet Lemieux, Janet Mastromatteo, Sue Redepenning-Simon, Anita Saiko, Shona Schleppe. Head coach / entraîneur : Stuart Brown. DATE 1983 1983 DATE 1983 1983 DATE 1983 1983-10-03

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Regional Playoff : Maritime Playoff : LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Lunenburg, NS, CAN : Lunenburg, NS, CAN : LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Lunenburg, NS, CAN Cornerbrook : Dorval United Lunenburg, NS, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 6:0 L Halifax Econo Colour FINAL : Edmonton wins Championship / Edmonton gagne le Championnat.

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1984 CHAMPIONS : EDMONTON ANGELS SC 1984 EDMONTON ANGELS SC : Irene Borowiecki, Sue Brand, Laura Coombes, Maria Cuncannon, Tracy David, Gayle Desmeules, Lynn Farrar, Lisa Fong, Maureen Hughes, Janet Lemieux, Linda MacLean, Sue Redepenning-Simon, Cathy Rustemier, Anita Saiko, Cindy Thorvaldson. Head coach / entraîneur : Stuart Brown. DATE 1984 1984-09-08 1984-09-08 1984-09-09 1984-09-09 DATE 1984-10-05 1984-10-05 1984-10-06 1984-10-06 1984-10-07 1984-10-07 DATE 1984-10-08 1984-10-08 1984-10-08

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Regional Playoff : Charlottetown, PE, CAN PE D 3:3 D Rob Roy Reds UPEI Charlottetown, PE, CAN NB L 0:11 W Lunenberg Lasers SC UPEI Charlottetown, PE, CAN Rob Roy Reds W 3:0 L NB UPEI Charlottetown, PE, CAN PE L 0:10 W Lunenberg Lasers SC UPEI LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Ste-Thérèse, QC, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 4:0 L Saskatoon White Lightning Ducharme Ste-Thérèse, QC, CAN Lunenberg Lasers SC W 3:1 L Verts de Sherbrooke Ducharme Ste-Thérèse, QC, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 2:0 L Scarborough United Ducharme Ste-Thérèse, QC, CAN James Bay SC W 3:1 L Lunenberg Lasers SC Ducharme Ste-Thérèse, QC, CAN Scarborough United W 3:0 L Saskatoon White Lightning Ducharme Ste-Thérèse, QC, CAN Verts de Sherbrooke W 2:1 L James Bay SC Ducharme LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Ste-Thérèse, QC, CAN Saskatoon White Lightning L 1:4 W Verts de Sherbrooke Ducharme Ste-Thérèse, QC, CAN Scarborough United L 0:1 W Lunenberg Lasers SC Ducharme Ste-Thérèse, QC, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 1:0 L James Bay SC Ducharme FINAL : Edmonton wins Championship / Edmonton gagne le Championnat.

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Edmonton, AB, CAN St. Catharines Jets D 3:3 D Winnipeg Strikers Edmonton, AB, CAN Dorval United W 2:0 L Lunenburg Lasers SC Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 1:0 L Richmond Kornerkicks FINAL : Edmonton wins Championship / Edmonton gagne le Championnat.

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1986 CHAMPIONS : EDMONTON ANGELS SC 1986 EDMONTON ANGELS SC : Irene Borowiercki, Sue Brand, Demetria Cucinotia, Tracy David, Gayle Desmeules, Iris Diachuk, Glynis Griffiths, Tracy Irwin, Janet Lemieux, Mary Liao, Kathy MacDonald, Linda MacLean, Joan McEachern, Sue Redepenning-Simon, Anita Saiko, Cathy Sawchuk, Angie Wildemann. Head coach / entraîneur : Stuart Brown. DATE 1986-09-20 1986-09-19 1986-09-19 1986-09-19 1986-09-19 DATE 1986-10-10 1986-10-10 1986-10-11 1986-10-11 1986-10-12 1986-10-12 DATE 1986-10-13 1986-10-13 1986-10-13

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Sweat Shack D 0:0 D Saskatoon Canadians SC Charlottetown, PE, CAN Scarborough United W 8:0 L PE Charlottetown, PE, CAN NB L 1:2 W NL Charlottetown, PE, CAN NB W 4:0 L PE Charlottetown, PE, CAN Scarborough United W 8:0 L NL LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Sherbrooke, QC, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 2:1 L Scarborough United Rock Forest Windsor, QC, CAN Richmond Kornerkicks W 3:1 L Saskatoon Canadian SC Windsor, QC, CAN Lunenberg Lasers SC L 0:1 W Scarborough United Sherbrooke, QC, CAN Dorval United W 2:0 L Saskatoon Canadian SC Rock Forest Sherbrooke, QC, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 3:0 L Lunenberg Lasers SC Rock Forest Windsor, QC, CAN Dorval United D 0:0 D Richmond Kornerkicks LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Sherbrooke, QC, CAN Lunenberg Lasers SC W 1:0 L Saskatoon Canadian SC Bishop’s Sherbrooke, QC, CAN Scarborough United L 0:1 W Dorval United Parc Bureau Sherbrooke, QC, CAN Edmonton Angels SC D 2:2 D Richmond Kornerkicks Rock Forest FINAL : Edmonton wins Championship / Edmonton gagne le Championnat.

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Regional Playoff : Maritime Playoff : Maritime Playoff : LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 3:0 L Winnipeg Strikers Edmonton, AB, CAN Dorval United D 1:1 D Richmond Kornerkicks Edmonton, AB, CAN Lunenburg Lasers W 2:0 L Winnipeg Strikers Edmonton, AB, CAN Dorval United SC W 2:0 L St. Catharines Jets Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 3:0 L Lunenburg Lasers Edmonton, AB, CAN Richmond Kornerkicks W 3:0 L St. Catharines Jets

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1987 CHAMPIONS : COQUITLAM SC 1987 COQUITLAM SC : Sue Bartlett, Lisa Beaton, Sue Buchan, Denise Duquette, April Fahlen, Rosa Guzzo, Jenny Hafting, Sheryl Kois, Liz Martinello, Linda Milani (née Petrasch), Marilynn Nichol, Gaynor Preston, Stacey Reelie, Cathy Ross, Lee-Ann Small, Sue Torvik, Sheila Trautman, Bette Turner, Leah van Husen. Head coach / entraîneur : Cam Barnetson.

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DATE 1985 1985 1985 DATE 1985-10-11 1985-10-11 1985-10-12 1985-10-12 1985-10-13 1985-10-13

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1985 EDMONTON ANGELS SC : Sue Brand, Tracy David, Janet Lemieux, Joan McEachern, Sue Redepenning-Simon, (more/plus). Head coach / entraîneur : Stuart Brown.

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JUBILEE DATE 1987-09-04 1987-09-04 1987-09-06 1987-09-06 1987-09-19 DATE 1987-10-09 1987-10-09 1987-10-10 1987-10-10 1987-10-11 1987-10-11 DATE 1987-10-12 1987-10-12 1987-10-12

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Dartmouth, NS, CAN Dartmouth United Alpines W 3:0 L Rustico SC Dartmouth, NS, CAN Stanley’s Steamer SC W 3:0 L Moncton Lady Rovers Dartmouth, NS, CAN Rustico SC L 1:6 W Moncton Lady Rovers Dartmouth, NS, CAN Dartmouth United Alpines W 3:2 L Stanley’s Steamer SC Oakville, ON, CAN Oakville SC W 4:0 L Saskatoon Canadians Shell Park LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 1:0 L Sweatshack Spirit SC U. of Manitoba Winnipeg, MB, CAN Coquitlam SC W 2:0 L Dartmouth United Alpines St. John’s Winnipeg, MB, CAN Oakville SC W 5:0 L Sweat Shack Spirits U. of Manitoba Winnipeg, MB, CAN Sherbrooke SC W 2:0 L Dartmouth United Alpines St. John’s Winnipeg, MB, CAN Coquitlam SC W 1:0 L Sherbrooke SC U. of Manitoba Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Angels SC L 0:2 W Oakville SC St. John’s LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Sweatshack Spirit SC W 1:0 L Dartmouth United Alpines St. John’s Winnipeg, MB, CAN Sherbrooke SC L 0:2 W Edmonton Angels SC St. John’s Winnipeg, MB, CAN Coquitlam SC D 2:2 D Oakville SC U. of Manitoba FINAL : Coquitlam wins Championship / Coquitlam gagne le Championnat.

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1988 CHAMPIONS : EDMONTON ANGELS SC 1988 EDMONTON ANGELS SC : Maria Cyncannon, Tracy David, Joan McEachern, Anita Saiko, (more/plus). Head coach / entraîneur : Stuart Brown. DATE 1988-09-24 1988-09-02 1988-09-02 1988-09-04 1988-09-04 DATE 1988-10-07 1988-10-07 1988-10-08 1988-10-08 1988-10-09 1988-10-09 DATE 1988-10-10 1988-10-10 1988-10-10

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Dorval, QC, CAN Vasco da Gama W 2:1 L MB Moncton, NB, CAN Halifax Resolutes W 7:0 L PE Moncton, NB, CAN Moncton W 3:1 L NL Moncton, NB, CAN NL W 5:4 L PE Moncton, NB, CAN Moncton L 1:2 W Halifax Resolutes LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Saskatoon, SK, CAN Coquitlam United W 2:1 L Saskatoon Canadians Saskatoon, SK, CAN Scarborough United W 5:2 L Halifax Resolutes Saskatoon, SK, CAN Vasco da Gama SC W 1:0 L Saskatoon Canadians Saskatoon, SK, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 5:1 L Halifax Resolutes Saskatoon, SK, CAN Vasco da Gama SC L 0:2 W Coquitlam United Saskatoon, SK, CAN Scarborough United L 0:1 W Edmonton Angels SC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Saskatoon, SK, CAN Halifax Resolutes L 0:1 W Saskatoon Canadians Saskatoon, SK, CAN Scarborough United W 2:1 L Vasco da Gama SC Saskatoon, SK, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 2:1 L Coquitlam United FINAL : Edmonton wins Championship / Edmonton gagne le Championnat.

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1989 CHAMPIONS : DORVAL UNITED SC 1989 DORVAL UNITED SC : Josephine Cant, Maureen Cant, C. Cardinal, Annie Caron, Teresa Cianni, A. diBartelemeo, Sophie Droplet, N. Gamache, C. Golding, B. Grant, D. Howie, S. Lord, Cheryl Moore, Sharon Olekevitch, T. Oleskevitch, Valmie Ouellet, Angie Pidgeon, L. Rogers, L. Thomas. Head coach / entraîneur : Dean Howie. DATE 1989-09-16 1989-09-23 1989-09-23 1989-09-24 1989-09-24

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LOCATION Winnipeg, MB, CAN Charlottetown, PE, CAN Charlottetown, PE, CAN Charlottetown, PE, CAN Charlottetown, PE, CAN

TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Sweat Shack Spirit Dorval United Moncton Rovers Central Queens Dorval United

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA W 4:3 L SK W 6:0 L Central Queens L 0:4 W Halifax Resolutes L 2:3 W Moncton Rovers W 2:0 L Halifax Resolutes

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1990 CHAMPIONS : COQUITLAM SC 1990 COQUITLAM SC : Val Buckham, Geraldine Donnelly, Linda Milani (née Petrasch), Gail Thom, (more/plus). Head coach / entraîneur : Donnelly. DATE 1990-09-14 1990-09-15 1990-09-16 1990-09-01 1990-09-02 1990-09-03 DATE 1990-10-05 1990-10-05 1990-10-06 1990-10-06 1990-10-07 1990-10-07 DATE 1990-10-08 1990-10-08 1990-10-08

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Prince Albert, SK, CAN SK L 0:2 W MB Prince Albert, SK, CAN MB L 1:2 W Edmonton Angels Prince Albert, SK, CAN SK L 0:9 W Edmonton Angels Moncton, NB, CAN Moncton Rovers W 2:1 L PE Rocky Stone Moncton, NB, CAN PE L 0:2 W Conception Bay South Rocky Stone Moncton, NB, CAN Moncton Rovers L 0:1 W Conception Bay South Rocky Stone LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Dartmouth, NS, CAN Dorval United L 1:3 W Dartmouth City Mazda Dartmouth, NS, CAN Oakville SC W 5:0 L Conception Bay South Dartmouth, NS, CAN Edmonton Angels SC L 0:1 W Dartmouth City Mazda Dartmouth, NS, CAN Coquitlam Strikers SC W 4:0 L Conception Bay South Dartmouth, NS, CAN Dorval United L 0:1 W Edmonton Angels SC Dartmouth, NS, CAN Oakville SC L 0:1 W Coquitlam Strikers SC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Dartmouth, NS, CAN Dorval United W 4:0 L Conception Bay South Dartmouth, NS, CAN Oakville SC W 1:0 L Edmonton Angels SC Dartmouth, NS, CAN Coquitlam Strikers SC W 1:0 L Dartmouth City Mazda FINAL : Coquitlam wins Championship / Coquitlam gagne le Championnat.

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1991 CHAMPIONS : SURREY MARLINS SC 1991 SURREY MARLINS : Nancy Ferguson, Wendy Hawthorne, Karen Jones, Janice Strohhacker, Carmie Vairo, (more/ plus). DATE 1991-08-31 1991-09-01 1991-09-02 DATE 1991-10-11 1991-10-11 1991-10-11 1991-10-11 1991-10-12

LOCATION Saint John, NB, CAN Saint John, NB, CAN Saint John, NB, CAN LOCATION Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN

TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Dartmouth City PE NB TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Dartmouth City Scarborough United Edmonton International Saskatoon Huskies Sweat Shack Spirits

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA W 12:0 L PE L 1:4 W NB L 0:5 W Dartmouth City SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA W 2:1 L Sweat Shack Spirits W 7:1 L Mount Pearl W 6:2 L Dorval L 0:5 W Surrey Marlins SC W 1:0 L Mount Pearl

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA St. John’s, NL, CAN Edmonton Ajax W 3:0 L St. John’s Celtic St. John’s, NL, CAN Surrey Strikers W 3:0 L Sweat Shack Spirit St. John’s, NL, CAN Dorval United W 10:0 L St. John’s Celtic St. John’s, NL, CAN Oakville SC W 3:1 L Sweat Shack Spirit St. John’s, NL, CAN Edmonton Ajax L 0:3 W Dorval United St. John’s, NL, CAN Surrey Strikers L 0:2 W Oakville SC St. John’s, NL, CAN St. John’s Celtic W 1:0 L Sweat Shack Spirit LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA St. John’s, NL, CAN Edmonton Ajax L 1:3 W Surrey Strikers St. John’s, NL, CAN Dorval United W 1:0 L Oakville SC FINAL : Coquitlam wins Championship / Coquitlam gagne le Championnat.

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DATE 1989-10-06 1989-10-06 1989-10-07 1989-10-07 1989-10-08 1989-10-08 1989-10-08 DATE 1989-10-09 1989-10-09

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JUBILEE 1991-10-12 1991-10-12 1991-10-12 DATE 1991-10-14 1991-10-14 1991-10-14 1991-10-14

Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Huskies L 0:5 W Dorval Saskatoon, SK, CAN Dartmouth City W 1:0 L Scarborough United Saskatoon, SK, CAN Surrey Marlins SC W 2:0 L Edmonton International LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Huskies W 4:0 L Mount Pearl Saskatoon, SK, CAN Dorval W 1:0 L Sweat Shack Spirits Saskatoon, SK, CAN Edmonton International W 4:0 L Scarborough United Saskatoon, SK, CAN Surrey Marlins SC W 2:0 L Dartmouth City FINAL : Surrey wins Championship / Surrey gagne le Championnat.

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1992 CHAMPIONS : SURREY MARLINS SC 1992 SURREY MARLINS SC : Joe Biggan, Alison Biggon, Lisa Bliskis, Silvana Burtini, Sherri Crassweller, Jackie Deputter, Nancy Ferguson, Jan Gibson, Wendy Hawthorne, Karen Jones, Julie McFadden, Wendy Pease, Michelle Ring, Sophie Spilborghs, Janie Strohhacker, Nancy Sutherland, Carmie Vairo, Vicki Waterman. Head coach / entraîneur : Mario Vairo. DATE 1992-09-05 1992-09-06 1992-09-07 DATE 1992-10-09 1992-10-09 1992-10-09 1992-10-09 1992-10-10 1992-10-10 1992-10-10 1992-10-10 DATE 1992-10-12 1992-10-12 1992-10-12 1992-10-12

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax City Mazda W 8:0 L PE Halifax, NS, CAN PE W 2:1 L NB Halifax, NS, CAN NB L 0:4 W Halifax City Mazda LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Dorval, QC, CAN Surrey Marlins SC W 11:0 L Conception Bay South Dorval Community Dorval, QC, CAN Halifax City Mazda W 1:0 L Saskatoon Huskies Dorval Community Dorval, QC, CAN Edmonton International W 1:0 L Sweat Shack Spirits Dorval Community Dorval Community Dorval, QC, CAN Oakville SC D 1:1 D Lakeshore SC Dorval, QC, CAN Surrey Marlins SC W 4:0 L Lakeshore SC Dorval Community Dorval, QC, CAN Halifax City Mazda W 2:0 L Edmonton International Dorval Community Dorval, QC, CAN Conception Bay South L 1:5 W Oakville SC Dorval Community Dorval, QC, CAN Saskatoon Huskies L 1:2 W Sweat Shack Spirits Dorval Community LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Dorval, QC, CAN Saskatoon Huskies W 3:0 L Conception Bay South Parc Jean XXIII Dorval, QC, CAN Sweat Shack Spirits W 4:1 L Oakville SC Dorval Community Dorval Community Dorval, QC, CAN Edmonton International W 2:1 L Lakeshore SC Dorval, QC, CAN Surrey Marlins SC W 3:0 L Halifax City Mazda Dorval Community FINAL : Surrey wins Championship / Surrey gagne le Championnat.

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1993 CHAMPIONS : SURREY MARLINS SC 1993 SURREY MARLINS SC : Britt Arnold, Alison Biggan, Jodie Biggan, Silvana Burtini, Nancy Ferguson, Jenny Hafting, Wendy Hawthorne, Karen Jones, Julie McFadden, Lori Ormrod, Wendy Pease, Michelle Ring, Nicole Sedgwick, Sophie Spilborghs, Nancy Sutherland, Kerry Timothy, Carmie Vairo, Suzanne Zilkowsky. Head coach / entraîneur : Mario Vairo. DATE 1993-09-04 1993-09-04 1993-09-05 1993-09-05 DATE 1993-10-08 1993-10-08 1993-10-08 1993-10-09 1993-10-09 1993-10-09 1993-10-10

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Hunter River, PE, CAN Central Queens L 2:6 W Cape Breton Kixx Elmer MacDonald Hunter River, PE, CAN Charlottetown W 3:2 L Fredericton Classics Elmer MacDonald Hunter River, PE, CAN Central Queens W 3:2 L Fredericton Classics Elmer MacDonald Hunter River, PE, CAN Charlottetown W 2:1 L Cape Breton Kixx Elmer MacDonald LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Etobicoke, ON, CAN Lakeshore SC United W 3:2 L Sweat Shack Spirits Centennial Etobicoke, ON, CAN Lethbridge Chargers SC D 1:1 D Scarborough United Etobicoke, ON, CAN Saskatoon Huskies W 1:0 L Cape Breton Kixx Etobicoke, ON, CAN Surrey Marlins SC W 8:0 L Sweat Shack Spirits Etobicoke, ON, CAN Lethbridge Chargers SC W 3:0 L Saskatoon Huskies Etobicoke, ON, CAN Scarborough United W 1:0 L Cape Breton Kixx Etobicoke, ON, CAN Surrey Marlins SC W 5:1 L Lakeshore SC United

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1994 CHAMPIONS : COQUITLAM SC 1994 COQUITLAM SC STRIKERS : Sue Bartlett, Joanne Blair Cecchi, Megan Blair Kern, Tammy Crawford, Geraldine Donnelly, Michele Glen, Sarah Gushue, Jessica Mann, Joan McEachern, Margo McKim, Donna Meehan, Linda Milani (née Petrasch), Suzanne Muir, Andrea Neil, Terri Newell, Kathy Pepper, Kylee Saxton, Laura Woodward. Head coach / entraîneur : Vince Donnelly. ATT

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Moncton, NB, CAN Moncton Selects L 0:5 W Halifax City Moncton Sportsplex Moncton, NB, CAN Fredericton D 0:0 D Charlottetown Moncton Sportsplex Moncton, NB, CAN Moncton Selects D 0:0 L Charlottetown Moncton Sportsplex Moncton, NB, CAN Halifax City W 5:0 L Fredericton Moncton Sportsplex LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Edmonton, AB, CAN Coquitlam SC Metro Ford W 7:0 L Fredericton Right Spot Edmonton, AB, CAN Scarborough West Rouge D 1:1 D Saskatoon Huskie Truckers Edmonton, AB, CAN Lethbridge Chargers SC D 0:0 D Dartmouth United Edmonton, AB, CAN Hampstead SC L 0:1 W St.James Trovato Edmonton, AB, CAN Coquitlam SC Metro Ford W 5:0 L Saskatoon Huskie Truckers Edmonton, AB, CAN Scarborough West Rouge W 5:0 L Fredericton Right Spot Edmonton, AB, CAN Lethbridge Chargers SC W 3:0 L St.James Trovato Edmonton, AB, CAN Hampstead SC L 1:2 W Dartmouth United Edmonton, AB, CAN Coquitlam SC Metro Ford W 4:0 L Scarborough West Rouge Edmonton, AB, CAN Saskatoon Huskie Truckers W 2:0 L Fredericton Right Spot Edmonton, AB, CAN Lethbridge Chargers SC W 3:1 L Hampstead SC Edmonton, AB, CAN St.James Trovato L 1:4 W Dartmouth United LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Edmonton, AB, CAN Hampstead SC W 5:0 L Fredericton Right Spot Edmonton, AB, CAN St.James Trovato W 1:0 L Saskatoon Huskie Truckers Edmonton, AB, CAN Dartmouth United W 3:1 L Scarborough West Rouge Edmonton, AB, CAN Lethbridge Chargers SC W 1:0 L Coquitlam SC Metro Ford FINAL : Coquitlam wins Championship / Coquitlam gagne le Championnat.

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DATE 1994-09-10 1994-09-10 1994-09-11 1994-09-11 DATE 1994-10-07 1994-10-07 1994-10-07 1994-10-07 1994-10-08 1994-10-08 1994-10-08 1994-10-08 1994-10-09 1994-10-09 1994-10-09 1994-10-09 DATE 1994-10-10 1994-10-10 1994-10-10 1994-10-10

1995 CHAMPIONS : EDMONTON ANGELS SC 1995 EDMONTON ANGELS SC : Debbie Bottomley, Carole Fowler, Kate Gillespie, Janine Helland (née Wood), Keira MacKinnon, Gabe Maddalena, Laurel Mitchelson, Leah Muntain, Heather Murray, Cheri Parker, Ana Paulino, Sarah Prather, Sue Redepenning-Simon, Shannon Rosenow, Liz Smith, Niki Townsend, Cindy Tye, Monica Zenari. Head coach / entraîneur : Dave Phillips. DATE 1995-09-02 1995-09-03 DATE 1995-10-06 1995-10-06 1995-10-06 1995-10-06

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Charlottetown, PE, CAN PE Charlottetown, PE, CAN PE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Winnipeg, MB, CAN Victoria Gorge FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Scarborough Azzurri Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Angels SC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Halifax City Mazda

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B L 0:1 W Fredericton D 0:0 D Fredericton SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B W 3:0 L Fredericton W 1:0 L St.James Trovato W 5:0 L Oméga W 1:0 L Saskatoon Truckers

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Etobicoke, ON, CAN Lethbridge Chargers SC W 2:0 L Cape Breton Kixx Etobicoke, ON, CAN Scarborough United L 2:0 L Saskatoon Huskies LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Etobicoke, ON, CAN Saskatoon Huskies W 7:2 L Sweat Shack Spirits Etobicoke, ON, CAN Lakeshore SC United W 2:1 L Scarborough United Etobicoke, ON, CAN Surrey Marlins SC W 2:0 L Lethbridge Chargers SC FINAL : Surrey wins Championship / Surrey gagne le Championnat.

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JUBILEE 1995-10-07 1995-10-07 1995-10-07 1995-10-07 1995-10-08 1995-10-08 1995-10-08 1995-10-08 DATE 1995-10-09 1995-10-09 1995-10-09 1995-10-09

Winnipeg, MB, CAN Victoria Gorge FC W 2:0 L St.James Trovato Winnipeg, MB, CAN Scarborough Azzurri W 5:0 L Fredericton Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 3:0 L Saskatoon Truckers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Halifax City Mazda W 1:0 L Oméga Winnipeg, MB, CAN Victoria Gorge FC D 0:0 D Scarborough Azzurri Winnipeg, MB, CAN St.James Trovato W 1:0 L Fredericton Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 4:0 L Halifax City Mazda Winnipeg, MB, CAN Oméga L 0:1 W Saskatoon Truckers LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Winnipeg, MB, CAN Oméga W 1:0 L Fredericton Winnipeg, MB, CAN St.James Trovato W 2:1 L Saskatoon Truckers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Scarborough Azzurri W 3:0 L Halifax City Mazda Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 5:1 L Victoria Gorge FC FINAL : Edmonton wins Championship / Edmonton gagne le Championnat.

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1996 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER UBC ALUMNI 1996 UBC ALUMNI : Taryn Cervi, Tammy Crawford, Natasha Dickson, Robyn Dynn, Shauna Hare, Wendy Hawthorne, Arietha Jack, Emily Kroondyk, Denyse Kuhn, Courtenay Matheson, Kendall Matheson, Amber Paul, Sandi Potis, Helen Rakic, Liane Ricou, Debbie Sproule, Brenda Stratton, Kris Vaughan. Head coach / entraîneur : John Judd. DATE 1996-08-31 1996-09-01 1996-09-14 DATE 1996-10-11 1996-10-11 1996-10-11 1996-10-11 1996-10-12 1996-10-12 1996-10-12 1996-10-12 1996-10-13 1996-10-13 1996-10-13 1996-10-13 DATE 1996-10-14 1996-10-14 1996-10-14 1996-10-14

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Oromocto, NB, CAN Fredericton W 3:1 L Charlottetown Sports Page Oromocto, NB, CAN Fredericton W 3:2 L Charlottetown Sports Page Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Hollandia Int’l L 1:5 W St.Boniface/St.Vital LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA .., NS, CAN Calgary Dino Raiders W 7:1 L St. John’s/Mount Pearl New Minas, NS, CAN Halifax City Mazda W 4:1 L St.Boniface/St.Vital Lockhart Ryan New Minas, NS, CAN UBC Alumni D 1:1 D Fredericton Lockhart Ryan New Minas, NS, CAN Scarborough Azzurri W 1:0 L Dynamo Québec Lockhart Ryan New Minas, NS, CAN Calgary Dino Raiders W 3:2 L St.Boniface/St.Vital Lockhart Ryan New Minas, NS, CAN Halifax City Mazda W 3:1 L St. John’s/Mount Pearl Lockhart Ryan .., NS, CAN Dynamo Québec L 0:2 W UBC Alumni New Minas, NS, CAN Scarborough Azzurri W 3:0 L Fredericton Lockhart Ryan New Minas, NS, CAN Calgary Dino Raiders L 0:2 W Halifax City Mazda Lockhart Ryan New Minas, NS, CAN St.Boniface/St.Vital D 1:1 D St. John’s/Mount Pearl Lockhart Ryan New Minas, NS, CAN UBC Alumni W 2:0 L Scarborough Azzurri Lockhart Ryan New Minas, NS, CAN Dynamo Québec W 4:0 L Fredericton Lockhart Ryan LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Kentville, NS, CAN St. John’s/Mount Pearl W 5:0 L Fredericton Kentville, NS, CAN St.Boniface/St.Vital W 3:2 L Dynamo Québec .., NS, CAN Scarborough Azzurri W 1:0 L Calgary Dino Raiders New Minas, NS, CAN UBC Alumni W 2:1 L Halifax City Mazda Lockhart Ryan FINAL : Vancouver wins Championship / Vancouver gagne le Championnat.

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1997 CHAMPIONS : OTTAWA NEPEAN UNITED 1997 OTTAWA NEPEAN UNITED : Melanie Beaulieu, Brigitte Bernier, Kara Blanchette, Cathy Briggs, Whitney Forsyth, Kim Bamble, Julie Gareau, Joanne Hackett, Line Lapierre, Julie Madore, Eva Melamed, Mandy Sabiston, Amanda Shaw, Noel Trepanier, Daniella Vella, Laura Villeneuve. Head coach / entraîneur : Fred Juett. DATE LOCATION 1997-08-30 Charlottetown, PE, CAN 1997-08-31 Charlottetown, PE, CAN

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DATE 1997-10-09 1997-10-09 1997-10-09 1997-10-09 1997-10-10 1997-10-10 1997-10-10 1997-10-10 1997-10-11 1997-10-11 1997-10-11 1997-10-11 DATE 1997-10-13 1997-10-13 1997-10-13 1997-10-13

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1998 OTTAWA NEPEAN UNITED : Susie Battaglia, Melanie Beaulieu, Brigitte Bernier, Whitney Forsyth, Kim Gamble, Julie Gareau, Joanna Hackett, Kristina Kiss, Sophie Lecote, Julie Madore, Nat McCardle, Eva Melamed, Myszka Paprocki, Mandy Sabiston, Amanda Shaw, Tania Singfield, Noel Trepanier, Danielle Vella, Laura Villeneuve. Head coach / entraîneur : Fred Juett. ATT

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Ultima FC D 2:2 D St.Boniface/St.Vital Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Ultima FC D 1:1 D St.Boniface/St.Vital Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Ultima FC L 0:1 W St.Boniface/St.Vital LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Fredericton, NB, CAN Nepean United Spirit W 5:0 L Charlottetown Abbies Breakers Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Lakeshore SC W 3:1 L St.Boniface/St.Vital Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN UBC Alumni W 6:0 L Fundy United Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Edmonton International W 2:0 L Forest Hills Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Nepean United W 5:0 L St.Boniface/St.Vital Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Lakeshore SC W 3:1 L Charlottetown Abbies Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN UBC Alumni D 0:0 D Forest Hills Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Edmonton International W 1:0 L Fundy United Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Nepean United W 2:0 L Lakeshore SC Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN St.Boniface/St.Vital W 3:0 L Charlottetown Abbies Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN UBC Alumni W 4:2 L Edmonton International Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Forest Hills W 3:0 L Fundy United Raceway LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Fredericton, NB, CAN Charlottetown Abbies W 2:0 L Fundy United Barker Fredericton, NB, CAN Forest Hills W 2:1 L St.Boniface/St.Vital Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Lakeshore SC W 3:2 L Edmonton International Raceway Fredericton, NB, CAN Nepean United W 2:0 L UBC Alumni Chapman FINAL : Ottawa wins Championship / Ottawa gagne le Championnat.

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DATE 1998-09-12 1998-09-13 1998-09-14 DATE 1998-10-09 1998-10-09 1998-10-09 1998-10-09 1998-10-10 1998-10-10 1998-10-10 1998-10-10 1998-10-11 1998-10-11 1998-10-11 1998-10-11 DATE 1998-10-12 1998-10-12 1998-10-12 1998-10-12

HONOURS

1998 CHAMPIONS : OTTAWA NEPEAN UNITED


JUBILEE 1999 CHAMPIONS : EDMONTON ANGELS SC 1999 EDMONTON ANGELS SC : Mary Beth Bowie, Carole Fowler, Jackie Glessing, Janine Helland, Sarah Joly, Claire Martin, Laurel Mitchelson, Leah Muntain, Heather Murray, Shannon Page, Ana Pallino, Christy Popowich, Sarah Prather, Laurie Reid, Kate Robinson, Shannon Rosenow, Shelley Sandland, Liz Smith, Angela Thompson. Head coach / entraîneur : David Phillips. DATE 1999-10-08 1999-10-08 1999-10-08 1999-10-08 1999-10-09 1999-10-09 1999-10-09 1999-10-09 1999-10-10 1999-10-10 1999-10-10 1999-10-10 DATE 1999-10-11 1999-10-11

LOCATION Chilliwack, BC, CAN Chilliwack, BC, CAN Chilliwack, BC, CAN Chilliwack, BC, CAN Chilliwack, BC, CAN Chilliwack, BC, CAN Chilliwack, BC, CAN Chilliwack, BC, CAN Chilliwack, BC, CAN Chilliwack, BC, CAN Chilliwack, BC, CAN Chilliwack, BC, CAN LOCATION Chilliwack, BC, CAN Chilliwack, BC, CAN

TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Ottawa S. Nepean United Edmonton Angels SC UBC Alumni Mistral-Estie Ottawa S. Nepean United Edmonton Angels SC UBC Alumni Mistral-Estie Ottawa S. Nepean United St.Boniface/St.Vital UBC Alumni Forest Hills TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Saskatoon Supra Truckers Forest Hills

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B W 9:0 L Saskatoon Supra Truckers W 4:1 L Forest Hills W 4:0 L Shediac Maestria FC W 2:0 L St.Boniface/St.Vital W 2:0 L Forest Hills W 6:0 L Supra Truckers W 4:0 L St.Boniface/St.Vital W 7:4 L Shediac Maestria FC L 2:3 W Edmonton Angels SC D 0:0 D Shediac Maestria FC W 8:0 L Mistral-Estie W 5:0 L Saskatoon Supra Truckers SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B L 0:2 W Shediac Maestria FC W 2:0 L St.Boniface/St.Vital Flames

1999-10-11 Chilliwack, BC, CAN Ottawa S. Nepean United W 4:2 L Mistral-Estie 1999-10-11 Chilliwack, BC, CAN UBC Alumni L 2:3 W Edmonton Angels SC FINAL : Edmonton wins Championship / Edmonton gagne le Championnat.

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2000 CHAMPIONS : EDMONTON ANGELS SC 2000 EDMONTON ANGELS SC : Patty Batallas, Heather Chinellato, Cherly Cormack, Jen Cunliffe, Carole Fowler, Jackalyn Glessing, Shannon McCarthy, Laurel Mitchelson, Heather Murray, Darylle O’Connor, Shannon Page, Ana Paulino, Kate Robinson, Shannon Rosenow, Shelley Sandland, Sarah Semeniuk, Liz Smith, Maria Symons, Angela Thompson, Kami Wieber. Player-coach / entraîneur : Carole Fowler. DATE 2000-10-04 2000-10-04 2000-10-04 2000-10-04 2000-10-05 2000-10-05 2000-10-05 2000-10-06 2000-10-06 2000-10-06 2000-10-07 2000-10-07 2000-10-07 2000-10-08 2000-10-08 2000-10-08 DATE 2000-10-09 2000-10-09

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LOCATION Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN LOCATION Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon, SK, CAN

TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Rexdale UBC Alumni FC Sélect Rive-Sud Edmonton Angels SC Edmonton Angels SC FC Sélect Rive-Sud Rexdale Forest Hills Edmonton Angels SC UBC Alumni Edmonton Angels SC UBC Alumni Saskatoon Ultima FC Forest Hills FC Sélect Rive-Sud St.Boniface/St.Vital TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Saskatoon Ultima FC FC Sélect Rive-Sud

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B W 1:0 L St.Boniface/St.Vital W 8:0 L Fundy United D 1:1 D Forest Hills D 1:1 D Saskatoon Ultima W 5:0 L Charlottetown Abbies W 1:0 L Saskatoon Ultima D 0:0 D Fundy United W 6:0 L Charlottetown Abbies W 3:0 L FC Sélect Rive-Sud W 3:0 L Rexdale W 1:0 L Forest Hills W 5:0 L St.Boniface/St.Vital W 5:0 L Charlottetown Abbies W 1:0 L Saskatoon Ultima W 3:0 L Charlottetown Abbies W 3:0 L Fundy United SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B W 4:0 L Fundy United L 0:8 W St.Boniface/St.Vital

STADIA Newsham W. Newsham E. Umea W. Umea E. Umea E. Umea E. Umea W. Newsham W. Umea W. Newsham E. Umea E. Newsham W. Umea W. Umea W. Newsham E. Newsham W. STADIA Umea W. Newsham E.

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2001 CHAMPIONS : BURNABY CANADIANS 2001 BURNABY CANADIANS : Sian Bagshawe, Lynsey Burkinshaw, Taryn Cervi, Kelly Donaldson, Aimee Dunn, Janine Dupree, Laura Favaro, Michele Gademans, Tanya Genovese, Gillian Hicks, Kristine Jack, Leigh Johnson, Veronica Lie, Kathryn Manson, Andrea Poole, Nadia Salvino (née Pietramala), Catriona Scheffer, Leah Stipic, Phebe Trotman. Head coach / entraîneur : Dany Pietramala. LOCATION Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan, ON, CAN

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA W 2:0 L St.Boniface/St.Vital Soccer Centre W 6:1 L Fredericton United FC Vaughan Grove W 4:0 L Prince Albert United FC Soccer Centre D 1:1 D Aylmer Outaouais Vaughan Grove W 6:0 L West Prince Elmsdale Soccer Centre W 3:0 L Fredericton United FC Vaughan Grove W 3:0 L St. John’s Guards Soccer Centre W 4:0 L Prince Albert United FC Vaughan Grove L 0:2 W Scotia Olympics Ontario Soccer Centre W 6:0 L West Prince Elmsdale Vaughan Grove W 4:0 L St. John’s Guards Soccer Centre D 1:1 D Rexdale SC Vaughan Grove W 3:0 L St.Boniface/St.Vital Vaughan Grove D 0:0 D West Prince Elmsdale Soccer Centre W 2:0 L Aylmer Outaouais Vaughan Grove W 1:0 L St. John’s Guards Soccer Centre W 11:0 L West Prince Elmsdale Soccer Centre W 2:0 L Fredericton United FC Soccer Centre W 4:0 L St. John’s Guards Vaughan Grove W 1:0 L Prince Albert United FC Vaughan Grove

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Etobicoke, ON, CAN West Prince Elmsdale W 2:1 L St. John’s Guards Centennial Vaughan, ON, CAN Fredericton United FC W 1:0 L Prince Albert United FC Vaughan Grove Etobicoke, ON, CAN St.Boniface/St.Vital L 0:3 W Aylmer Outaouais Centennial Etobicoke, ON, CAN Edmonton International W 1:0 L Rexdale SC Centennial Vaughan, ON, CAN Scotia Olympics D 0:0 D Burnaby Canadians Vaughan Grove FINAL : Burnaby wins Championship / Burnaby gagne le Championnat.

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TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Scotia Olympics Edmonton International Burnaby Canadians Rexdale SC Edmonton International Scotia Olympics Burnaby Canadians Rexdale SC Edmonton International St.Boniface/St.Vital Aylmer Outaouais Burnaby Canadians Edmonton International Fredericton United FC Burnaby Canadians Prince Albert United FC Scotia Olympics St.Boniface/St.Vital Rexdale SC Aylmer Outaouais

HALL of FAME

DATE 2001-10-03 2001-10-03 2001-10-03 2001-10-03 2001-10-04 2001-10-04 2001-10-04 2001-10-04 2001-10-05 2001-10-05 2001-10-05 2001-10-05 2001-10-06 2001-10-06 2001-10-06 2001-10-06 2001-10-07 2001-10-07 2001-10-07 2001-10-07

2002 CHAMPIONS : OAKVILLE SC 2002 OAKVILLE SC : Carly Agro, Jamila Brown, Brandi Buschhausen, Kanisha Campbell, Tanya Dennis, Amanda Dicarlo, Anne Frieldiand, Keisha Garrick-Meyers, Robyn Gayle, Michele Houchen, Darrelle Leeming, Kathryn Link, Diana Matheson, Kristin Robertson, Shannon Wright, Christine Zimmerman. Head coach / entraîneur : Billy McKenna. DATE 2002-10-10 2002-10-10 2002-10-10 2002-10-10 2002-10-11 2002-10-11 2002-10-11

LOCATION St. John’s, NL, CAN St. John’s, NL, CAN St. John’s, NL, CAN St. John’s, NL, CAN St. John’s, NL, CAN St. John’s, NL, CAN St. John’s, NL, CAN

TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Burnaby Canadians Edmonton Victoria SC Team United Scotia Olympics Stratford Foxes FC Sélect Rive-Sud Oakville SC

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA W 7:0 L Stratford Foxes W 6:0 L FC Sélect Rive-Sud L 0:2 W Oakville SC W 3:0 L Mount Pearl W 4:2 L Saskatoon Matrix W 6:1 L Team United L 1:2 W Edmonton Victoria SC

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2000-10-09 Saskatoon, SK, CAN Forest Hills L 1:2 W Rexdale 2000-10-09 Saskatoon, SK, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 3:1 L UBC Alumni FINAL : Edmonton wins Championship / Edmonton gagne le Championnat.

CANADA SOCCER

JUBILEE


JUBILEE 2002-10-11 2002-10-12 2002-10-12 2002-10-13 2002-10-13 2002-10-13 2002-10-13 2002-10-13 DATE 2002-10-14 2002-10-14 2002-10-14 2002-10-14 2002-10-14

St. John’s, NL, CAN Mount Pearl D 3:3 D Moncton First Touch St. John’s, NL, CAN Saskatoon Matrix W 1:0 L Burnaby Canadians St. John’s, NL, CAN Moncton First Touch L 0:2 W Scotia Olympics St. John’s, NL, CAN Stratford Foxes L 0:1 W Oakville SC St. John’s, NL, CAN Scotia Olympics L 1:3 W Edmonton Victoria SC St. John’s, NL, CAN Burnaby Canadians L 2:3 W Team United St. John’s, NL, CAN Moncton First Touch L 0:4 W FC Sélect Rive-Sud St. John’s, NL, CAN Saskatoon Matrix L 1:2 W Mount Pearl LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA St. John’s, NL, CAN Mount Pearl D 1:1 D Saskatoon Matrix St. John’s, NL, CAN Burnaby Canadians W 6:0 L Moncton First Touch St. John’s, NL, CAN Team United L 2:3 W FC Sélect Rive-Sud St. John’s, NL, CAN Stratford Foxes L 0:4 W Scotia Olympics St. John’s, NL, CAN Oakville SC W 2:1 L Edmonton Victoria SC FINAL : Oakville wins Championship / Oakville gagne le Championnat.

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2003 CHAMPIONS : HALIFAX ATHENS UNITED 2003 HALIFAX ATHENS UNITED : Belinda Campbell, Michelle Chouinard, Melanie Clarke, Amber Coldwell, Elizbaeth Cook, Laura Diamond, Zoe Dyer, Andrea Foreman, Sandra Fraser, Mariake Gardner, Andrea Gillespie, Chrissy Henderson, Leanne Huck, Nadia Ibrahim, Claire Martin, Katie Radchuk, Marie Rasmussen. Head coach / entraîneur : Bob Rumscheidt. DATE 2003-10-09 2003-10-09 2003-10-09 2003-10-09 2003-10-10 2003-10-10 2003-10-10 2003-10-10 2003-10-11 2003-10-11 2003-10-11 2003-10-12 2003-10-12 2003-10-12 2003-10-12 2003-10-12 DATE 2003-10-13 2003-10-13 2003-10-13 2003-10-13 2003-10-13

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Québec, QC, CAN Scarborough Azzurri W 5:0 L St. John’s Guards Patro Québec, QC, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 18:0 L WCP Atletica Patro Québec, QC, CAN Halifax Athens United D 1:1 D FC Sélect Rive-Sud Patro Québec, QC, CAN Stratford Foxes L 2:4 W Sweat Shack Spirit Patro Québec, QC, CAN Codiac First Touch L 0:1 W St. John’s Guards Patro Québec, QC, CAN UBC Alumni SportsTown W 8:0 L WCP Atletica Patro Québec, QC, CAN Halifax Athens United W 2:1 L Stratford Foxes Patro Québec, QC, CAN Sweat Shack Spirit L 0:1 W FC Sélect Rive-Sud Patro Québec, QC, CAN Scarborough Azzurri W 4:0 L Codiac First Touch Patro Québec, QC, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC D 0:0 D UBC Alumni SportsTown Patro Québec, QC, CAN Sweat Shack Spirit L 1:2 W Halifax Athens United Patro Québec, QC, CAN Codiac First Touch W 4:0 L WCP Atletica Patro Québec, QC, CAN Scarborough Azzurri L 0:2 W Halifax Athens United Patro Québec, QC, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC L 0:1 W FC Sélect Rive-Sud Patro Québec, QC, CAN St. John’s Guards L 1:2 W Stratford Foxes Patro Québec, QC, CAN UBC Alumni SportsTown W 3:0 L Sweat Shack Spirit Rimambelle LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Québec, QC, CAN Codiac First Touch W 4:1 L WCP Atletica Henri Casault Québec, QC, CAN St. John’s Guards L 0:1 W Sweat Shack Spirit Bon-Pasteur Québec, QC, CAN Stratford Foxes L 0:7 W UBC Alumni SportsTown Rimambelle Québec, QC, CAN Scarborough Azzurri L 2:3 W Edmonton Victoria SC Patro Québec, QC, CAN Halifax Athens United D 1:1 D FC Sélect Rive-Sud Patro FINAL : Halifax wins Championship / Halifax gagne le Championnat.

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2004 CHAMPIONS : EDMONTON VICTORIA SC 2004 EDMONTON VICTORIA SC : Chiara Angelozzi, Sandy Ash, Janine Best, Nicole Chapdelaine, Selena Debski, Ashleigh Evaniew, Kelley Grey, Veronica Harvanka, Lisa Jennings, Jessica Kinsey, Amanda Kuspira, Christina Le, Erin Leblanc, Lindsey Letendre, Lindsey Nelson, Pam Pelster, Calinda Reschny, Lyndsay Stewart, Kristie Tokumaga, Merran Whiteley. Head coach / entraîneur : Dwayne Degraves.

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Stratford, PE, CAN Scarborough Azzurri L 3:4 W Surrey United SC Stratford Charlottetown, PE, CAN Halifax Athens United W 6:0 L Mount Pearl Simmons Charlottetown, PE, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 3:0 L Charlottetown Abbies UPEI Charlottetown, PE, CAN Lakers Lac St-Louis W 7:0 L Team United Simmons Montague, PE, CAN Halifax Athens United W 5:0 L Fundy United Eastern Eagles Charlottetown, PE, CAN Scarborough Azzurri W 8:0 L Mount Pearl UPEI Stratford, PE, CAN Lakers Lac St-Louis W 11:1 L WCP Royals Stratford Charlottetown, PE, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 3:0 L Team United Simmons Charlottetown, PE, CAN Halifax Athens United W 2:1 L Scarborough Azzurri Simmons Morrell, PE, CAN Surrey United SC W 7:0 L Fundy United Morrell Charlottetown, PE, CAN Lakers Lac St-Louis L 0:2 W Edmonton Victoria SC UPEI Charlottetown, PE, CAN Charlottetown Abbies W 9:0 L WCP Royals Simmons Stratford, PE, CAN Halifax Athens United W 2:1 L Surrey United SC Stratford Hunter River, PE, CAN Mount Pearl D 1:1 D Fundy United Central Queens Charlottetown, PE, CAN Lakers Lac St-Louis D 1:1 D Charlottetown Abbies UPEI Charlottetown, PE, CAN Team United W 8:0 L WCP Royals Simmons Stratford, PE, CAN Scarborough Azzurri W 5:0 L Fundy United Stratford Stratford, PE, CAN Surrey United SC W 3:1 L Mount Pearl Stratford Hunter River, PE, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 12:0 L WCP Royals Central Queens Charlottetown, PE, CAN Charlottetown Abbies W 1:0 L Team United UPEI LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Stratford, PE, CAN Fundy United W 5:2 L WCP Royals Stratford Stratford, PE, CAN Mount Pearl L 0:4 W Team United Stratford Stratford, PE, CAN Scarborough Azzurri W 5:2 L Charlottetown Abbies Stratford Charlottetown, PE, CAN Surrey United SC W 5:1 L Lakers Lac St-Louis Simmons Charlottetown, PE, CAN Halifax Athens United L 0:1 W Edmonton Victoria SC UPEI FINAL : Edmonton wins Championship / Edmonton gagne le Championnat.

HONOURS

DATE 2004-10-06 2004-10-06 2004-10-06 2004-10-06 2004-10-07 2004-10-07 2004-10-07 2004-10-07 2004-10-08 2004-10-08 2004-10-08 2004-10-08 2004-10-09 2004-10-09 2004-10-09 2004-10-09 2004-10-10 2004-10-10 2004-10-10 2004-10-10 DATE 2004-10-11 2004-10-11 2004-10-11 2004-10-11 2004-10-11

CANADA SOCCER

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2005 CHAMPIONS : EDMONTON VICTORIA SC

LOCATION Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary, AB, CAN

TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Dynamo Québec W 1:0 L Oakville SC Storm Edmonton Victoria SC W 4:0 L Sundance Sorella Surrey United SC L 1:2 W Eliot River Halifax Athens United W 3:0 L Sweat Shack Edmonton Victoria SC W 8:0 L Fundy United Dynamo Québec W 4:2 L Sundance Sorella Halifax Athens United W 6:1 L Saskatoon Hollandia Impact Surrey United SC W 7:0 L Sweat Shack Edmonton Victoria SC D 0:0 D Dynamo Québec Oakville SC Storm W 11:0 L Fundy United Halifax Athens United L 0:1 W Surrey United SC Eliot River W 6:0 L Saskatoon Hollandia Impact Edmonton Victoria SC W 2:0 L Oakville SC Storm Sundance Sorella W 3:1 L Fundy United Halifax Athens United D 1:1 D Eliot River Sweat Shack W 6:0 L Saskatoon Hollandia Impact Dynamo Québec W 11:0 L Fundy United Oakville SC Storm W 4:1 L Sundance Sorella

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DATE 2005-10-05 2005-10-05 2005-10-05 2005-10-05 2005-10-06 2005-10-06 2005-10-06 2005-10-06 2005-10-07 2005-10-07 2005-10-07 2005-10-07 2005-10-08 2005-10-08 2005-10-08 2005-10-08 2005-10-09 2005-10-09

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2005 EDMONTON VICTORIA SC : Chiara Angelozzi, Sandy Ash, Kristie Beckman, Kristy Bottreil, Nicole Chapdelaine, Randi Condley, Ashleigh Evaniew, Lisa Falcone, Lisa Jennings, Liz Jepsen, Amanda Kuspira, Erin Leblanc, Lindsey Letendre, Cathy Pashko, Pam Pelster, Calinda Reschny, Danielle Stewart, Kristie Tokunaga, Keshia Wallin. Head coach / entraîneur : Sipho Sibiya.

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JUBILEE 2005-10-09 2005-10-09 DATE 2005-10-10 2005-10-10 2005-10-10 2005-10-10 2005-10-10

Calgary, AB, CAN Surrey United SC W 5:0 L Saskatoon Hollandia Impact Calgary, AB, CAN Eliot River W 2:0 L Sweat Shack LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN Fundy United L 0:1 W Saskatoon Hollandia Impact Calgary, AB, CAN Sundance Sorella L 1:2 W Sweat Shack Calgary, AB, CAN Oakville SC Storm L 0:1 W Halifax Athens United Calgary, AB, CAN Dynamo Québec L 1:2 W Surrey United SC Calgary, AB, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 3:0 L Eliot River Broadview FINAL : Edmonton wins Championship / Edmonton gagne le Championnat.

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2006 CHAMPIONS : SURREY UNITED SC 2006 SURREY UNITED SC : Julie Armstrong, Megan Blaker, April Coffin, Geraldine Donnelly, Shannon Douglas, Martina Franko, Nadia Guglielmini, Natalie Halcro, Randee Hermus, Vanessa Martino, Erin McLeod, Sadie McLure, Kim McMullen, Theresa Nuttall, Kate Qually, Mylee Ross, Sophie Schmidt, Nicole Stewart, Chantelle Whitehead, Bianca Wilkinson. Head coach / entraîneur : Steve Kindel. DATE 2006-10-04 2006-10-04 2006-10-04 2006-10-04 2006-10-04 2006-10-04 2006-10-05 2006-10-05 2006-10-05 2006-10-05 2006-10-05 2006-10-05 2006-10-06 2006-10-06 2006-10-06 2006-10-06 2006-10-06 2006-10-06 2006-10-08 2006-10-08 2006-10-08 2006-10-08 2006-10-08 2006-10-08 DATE 2006-10-09 2006-10-09 2006-10-09 2006-10-09 2006-10-09 2006-10-09

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Surrey, BC, CAN Calgary Dino Raiders L 1:2 W Coquitlam FC Surrey, BC, CAN Ottawa Royals L 0:1 W Sweat Shack Surrey, BC, CAN Summerside Oran United W 2:0 L Yukon Selects Surrey, BC, CAN HCU Athens W 10:0 L Paradise Physio Surrey, BC, CAN Surrey United SC W 5:0 L Codiac First Touch Surrey, BC, CAN Dynamo Québec W 1:0 L Saskatoon Huskie United Surrey, BC, CAN Calgary Dino Raiders D 2:2 D Sweat Shack Surrey, BC, CAN Ottawa Royals D 0:0 D Coquitlam FC Surrey, BC, CAN Summerside Oran United W 2:0 L Paradise Physio Surrey, BC, CAN HCU Athens W 6:0 L Yukon Selects Surrey, BC, CAN Surrey United SC W 3:1 L Saskatoon Huskie United Surrey, BC, CAN Dynamo Québec W 7:1 L Codiac First Touch Surrey, BC, CAN Calgary Dino Raiders W 2:0 L Ottawa Royals Surrey, BC, CAN Sweat Shack L 2:4 W Coquitlam FC Surrey, BC, CAN Summerside Oran United L 0:4 W HCU Athens Surrey, BC, CAN Paradise Physio D 1:1 D Yukon Selects Surrey, BC, CAN Surrey United SC W 2:0 L Dynamo Québec Surrey, BC, CAN Saskatoon Huskie United W 5:0 L Codiac First Touch Surrey, BC, CAN Dynamo Québec L 1:3 W Coquitlam FC Surrey, BC, CAN HCU Athens L 1:4 W Surrey United SC Surrey, BC, CAN Summerside Oran United L 1:2 W Saskatoon Huskie United Surrey, BC, CAN Calgary Dino Raiders L 1:2 W Sweat Shack Surrey, BC, CAN Yukon Selects L 0:1 W Codiac First Touch Surrey, BC, CAN Ottawa Royals W 5:0 L Paradise Physio LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Surrey, BC, CAN Yukon Selects L 1:4 W Paradise Physio Surrey, BC, CAN Codiac First Touch L 0:7 W Ottawa Royals Surrey, BC, CAN Summerside Oran United L 0:4 W Calgary Dino Raiders Surrey, BC, CAN Saskatoon Huskie United L 1:2 W Sweat Shack Surrey, BC, CAN Dynamo Québec L 3:4 W HCU Athens Surrey, BC, CAN Surrey United SC W 2:0 L Coquitlam FC Newton FINAL : Surrey wins Championship / Surrey gagne le Championnat.

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Halifax, NS, CAN Sweat Shack W 5:0 L Regina ACFC Milano Halifax, NS, CAN Surrey United SC W 1:0 L London City Halifax, NS, CAN Dynamo Québec W 2:1 L Edmonton Victoria SC Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax City W 3:2 L Eliot River Halifax, NS, CAN Surrey United SC W 4:0 L Codiac First Touch Halifax, NS, CAN Sweat Shack L 1:2 W London City Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax City W 4:0 L Mount Pearl Halifax, NS, CAN Dynamo Québec W 4:0 L Eliot River Halifax, NS, CAN Surrey United SC D 0:0 D Sweat Shack Halifax, NS, CAN Regina ACFC Milano W 2:0 L Codiac First Touch Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax City L 0:1 W Dynamo Québec Halifax, NS, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 7:1 L Mount Pearl Halifax, NS, CAN Surrey United SC W 4:0 L Regina ACFC Milano Halifax, NS, CAN London City W 7:2 L Codiac First Touch Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax City L 1:3 W Edmonton Victoria SC Halifax, NS, CAN Eliot River W 3:1 L Mount Pearl Halifax, NS, CAN Sweat Shack W 9:0 L Codiac First Touch Halifax, NS, CAN Regina ACFC Milano L 0:3 W London City Halifax, NS, CAN Dynamo Québec W 7:1 L Mount Pearl Halifax, NS, CAN Eliot River D 0:0 D Edmonton Victoria SC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Halifax, NS, CAN Codiac First Touch W 5:1 L Mount Pearl Halifax, NS, CAN Regina ACFC Milano L 0:3 W Eliot River Halifax, NS, CAN Sweat Shack W 3:2 L Halifax City Halifax, NS, CAN London City L 0:3 W Edmonton Victoria SC Halifax, NS, CAN Surrey United SC L 0:3 W Dynamo Québec FINAL : Québec wins Championship / Québec gagne le Championnat.

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DATE 2007-10-03 2007-10-03 2007-10-03 2007-10-03 2007-10-04 2007-10-04 2007-10-04 2007-10-04 2007-10-05 2007-10-05 2007-10-05 2007-10-05 2007-10-06 2007-10-06 2007-10-06 2007-10-06 2007-10-07 2007-10-07 2007-10-07 2007-10-07 DATE 2007-10-08 2007-10-08 2007-10-08 2007-10-08 2007-10-08

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2008 HALIFAX CITY : Hannah Abenheimer, Ashleigh Bellefontaine, Erica Bowie, Mary Beth Bowie, Sarah D’Apollonia, Hannah Emmett, Nkem Ezurike, Laurel Fougere, Jacqueline Gallagher, Melissa Gaudet, Eunnie Kim, Katie Little, Courtney MacGray, Elissa McCarron, Katie Prowse, Ally Read, Rieka Santilli, Rachael Swetnam, Maura Woodman. Head coach / entraîneur : Carl Hayre. LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A St. John’s, NL, CAN North London Galaxy St. John’s, NL, CAN Verts Sherbrooke St. John’s, NL, CAN Northwest United St. John’s, NL, CAN Verts Sherbrooke St. John’s, NL, CAN North London Galaxy St. John’s, NL, CAN Surrey United SC St. John’s, NL, CAN Verts Sherbrooke St. John’s, NL, CAN Winnipeg South End United St. John’s, NL, CAN Surrey United SC St. John’s, NL, CAN Halifax City St. John’s, NL, CAN Verts Sherbrooke St. John’s, NL, CAN Saskatoon Arauco St. John’s, NL, CAN Surrey United SC St. John’s, NL, CAN North London Galaxy St. John’s, NL, CAN Winnipeg South End United St. John’s, NL, CAN Northwest United

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA W 2:1 L Winnipeg South End United W 12:0 L Saskatoon Arauco D 2:2 D Halifax City D 2:2 D EPR Kirby/The Dock W 10:0 L Saskatoon Arauco W 6:0 L Holy Cross L 1:3 W North London Galaxy W 4:0 L EPR Kirby/The Dock W 1:0 L Northwest United W 6:0 L Holy Cross W 1:0 L Winnipeg South End United L 0:8 W EPR Kirby/The Dock L 1:2 W Halifax City L 0:5 W EPR Kirby/The Dock W 8:1 L Saskatoon Arauco W 3:1 L Holy Cross

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DATE 2008-10-08 2008-10-08 2008-10-08 2008-10-09 2008-10-09 2008-10-09 2008-10-10 2008-10-10 2008-10-10 2008-10-10 2008-10-11 2008-10-11 2008-10-11 2008-10-12 2008-10-12 2008-10-12

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA St. John’s, NL, CAN Winnipeg South End United W 5:2 L Holy Cross St. John’s, NL, CAN Verts Sherbrooke L 1:2 W Northwest United St. John’s, NL, CAN EPR Kirby/The Dock L 1:6 W Surrey United SC St. John’s, NL, CAN North London Galaxy L 2:3 W Halifax City King George V FINAL : Halifax wins Championship / Halifax gagne le Championnat.

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2009 CHAMPIONS : EDMONTON VICTORIA SC 2009 EDMONTON VICTORIA SC : Sandy Ash, Amanda Black, Amar Dhaliwal, Darcie Kutryk, Renee Larose, Lindsey Letendre, Tori Martyn, Veronique Mayer, Kayla Michaels, Carleigh Miller, Sarah Paschinski, Madeline Smith-Ackerl, Jacqueline Smith, Michelle Smith, Elisa Stamatakis, Lyndsay Stewart, Keshia Wallin, Heather Young, Mickel Yuzdepski. Head coach / entraîneur : Rick Haxby. DATE 2009-10-08 2009-10-09 2009-10-09 2009-10-09 2009-10-09 2009-10-10 2009-10-10 2009-10-10 2009-10-11 2009-10-11 2009-10-11 2009-10-11 DATE 2009-10-12 2009-10-12 2009-10-12 2009-10-12

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Saskatoon, SK, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 3:0 L Halifax City Pacifico Saskatoon, SK, CAN Halifax Dunbrack L 0:1 W Edmonton Victoria SC Saskatoon, SK, CAN EPR Kirby/The Dock D 1:1 D Halifax City Pacifico Saskatoon, SK, CAN North London Galaxy W 1:0 L Winnipeg South End United Saskatoon, SK, CAN Surrey United SC D 0:0 D Saskatoon NATA Saskatoon, SK, CAN EPR Kirby/The Dock L 0:1 W Edmonton Victoria SC SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN North London Galaxy L 0:1 W Saskatoon NATA SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Surrey United SC W 1:0 L Winnipeg South End United SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Halifax Dunbrack D 1:1 D EPR Kirby/The Dock SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 3:2 L Halifax City Pacifico SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN North London Galaxy L 0:1 W Surrey United SC SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Winnipeg South End Utd. W 2:0 L Saskatoon NATA SaskTel LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Saskatoon, SK, CAN Halifax City Pacifico D 0:0 D Winnipeg South End United SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN EPR Kirby/The Dock D 0:0 D North London Galaxy SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 2:0 L Saskatoon NATA SaskTel Saskatoon, SK, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC D 0:0 D Surrey United SC SaskTel FINAL : Edmonton wins Championship / Edmonton gagne le Championnat.

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2010 CHAMPIONS : HALIFAX DUNBRACK 2010 HALIFAX DUNBRACK : Hannah Abenheimer, Jenna Blackburn, Julia Burton, Kelly Chisholm, Melanie Clarke, Elizabeth Cook, Lianna deKoe, Laurel Fougere, Kimberly Hardy, Jeanette Huck, Leanne Huck, Julie Lawrence, Kate MacDonald, Teresa Morrison, Danielle Purcell, Ally Read, Katie Richard. Head coach / entraîneur : Jack Hutchison. DATE 2010-10-07 2010-10-07 2010-10-07 2010-10-07 2010-10-08 2010-10-08 2010-10-08 2010-10-08 2010-10-10 2010-10-10 2010-10-10 2010-10-10 DATE 2010-10-11 2010-10-11

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Charlottetown, PE, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 3:1 L Sherwood-Parkdale Rangers Charlottetown, PE, CAN Barrie Spirit L 1:3 W Holy Cross Cornwall, PE, CAN Surrey United SC W 2:0 L Verts Sherbrooke Charlottetown, PE, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 2:0 L WSA North Stars Cornwall, PE, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC D 2:2 D Holy Cross Charlottetown, PE, CAN Barrie Spirit L 0:2 W Sherwood-Parkdale Rangers Cornwall, PE, CAN Surrey United SC W 1:0 L WSA North Stars Charlottetown, PE, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 1:0 L Verts Sherbrooke Charlottetown, PE, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 4:0 L Barrie Spirit Charlottetown, PE, CAN Holy Cross L 1:3 W Sherwood-Parkdale Rangers Charlottetown, PE, CAN Surrey United SC D 1:1 D Halifax Dunbrack Charlottetown, PE, CAN WSA North Stars L 0:3 W Verts Sherbrooke LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Stratford, PE, CAN Barrie Spirit L 2:4 W WSA North Stars Charlottetown, PE, CAN Holy Cross L 0:7 W Verts Sherbrooke

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2011 CHAMPIONS : SURREY UNITED SC 2011 SURREY UNITED SC : Ari Adams, Alexandra Benes, Megan Blaker, April Coffin, Courtney Duncan, Natalie Halcro, Chelsey Hannesson, Randee Hermus, Kim McMullen, Theresa Nuttall, Rachael Pelat, Kate Qually, Mylee Ross, Nicole Stewart, Katie Thorlakson, Devon Wharf, Bianca Wilkinson, Caitlin Young. Head coach / entraîneur : Jeff Clarke.

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Brossard, QC, CAN Summerside United L 1:6 W Royal-Sélect Beauport Brossard, QC, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 6:0 L Windsor Caboto Brossard, QC, CAN Surrey United SC W 5:2 L Holy Cross Brossard, QC, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 9:0 L Phoenix Fury Brossard, QC, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 4:0 L Summerside United Brossard, QC, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 5:0 L Saskatoon Hollandia Impact Brossard, QC, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC L 1:3 W Surrey United SC Brossard, QC, CAN Holy Cross L 3:5 W Verts Sherbrooke Brossard, QC, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 3:0 L Saskatoon Hollandia Impact Brossard, QC, CAN Summerside United L 3:4 W Windsor Caboto Brossard, QC, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 2:0 L Verts Sherbrooke Brossard, QC, CAN Surrey United SC W 10:1 L Phoenix Fury Brossard, QC, CAN Halifax Dunbrack L 0:2 W Royal-Sélect Beauport Brossard, QC, CAN Windsor Caboto L 0:2 W Saskatoon Hollandia Impact Brossard, QC, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 3:1 L Holy Cross Brossard, QC, CAN Phoenix Fury L 0:9 W Verts Sherbrooke Brossard, QC, CAN Summerside United L 1:2 W Saskatoon Hollandia Impact Brossard, QC, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 6:0 L Windsor Caboto Brossard, QC, CAN Surrey United SC L 1:2 W Verts Sherbrooke Brossard, QC, CAN Holy Cross W 6:0 L Phoenix Fury LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Brossard, QC, CAN Summerside United W 3:1 L Phoenix Fury Brossard, QC, CAN Windsor Caboto L 0:7 W Holy Cross Brossard, QC, CAN Saskatoon Hollandia Impact L 0:1 W Verts Sherbrooke Brossard, QC, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 2:1 L Edmonton Victoria SC Brossard, QC, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport L 1:2 W Surrey United SC Illinois FINAL : Surrey wins Championship / Surrey gagne le Championnat.

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2012 CHAMPIONS : NORTH LONDON GALAXY 2012 NORTH LONDON GALAXY : Kate Bazos, Tara Condos, Emily Costello, Jessi Couto, Alexandra De Clerck, Maria Del Guercio, Rebecca Jefferson, McKenzie Johnson, Kate Johnston, Krista Lee, Natalie McCabe, Angelika Mihalopulos, Marisa Oliveira, Laura Roberts, Jennifer Rowe, Jessica Trejo, Jaynie Vandewalle, Keri Zwikker. Head coach / entraîneur : Robyn Brady. DATE 2012-10-03 2012-10-03 2012-10-03 2012-10-03 2012-10-04 2012-10-04 2012-10-04 2012-10-04 2012-10-05

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Angels SC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Surrey United SC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Suburban FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport Winnipeg, MB, CAN Surrey United SC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Saskatoon Hollandia Impact Winnipeg, MB, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport Winnipeg, MB, CAN Holy Cross / Kirby Group Winnipeg, MB, CAN Surrey United SC

SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA L 0:2 W Saskatoon Hollandia Impact W 5:0 L WSA North Stars D 1:1 D Holy Cross / Kirby Group D 1:1 D North London Galaxy W 1:0 L Edmonton Angels SC W 1:0 L Yellowknife FC D 0:0 D Suburban FC W 1:0 L Winnipeg Action FC W 7:0 L Yellowknife FC

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DATE 2011-10-05 2011-10-05 2011-10-05 2011-10-05 2011-10-06 2011-10-06 2011-10-06 2011-10-06 2011-10-07 2011-10-07 2011-10-07 2011-10-07 2011-10-08 2011-10-08 2011-10-08 2011-10-08 2011-10-09 2011-10-09 2011-10-09 2011-10-09 DATE 2011-10-10 2011-10-10 2011-10-10 2011-10-10 2011-10-10

INTERNATIONAL

2010-10-11 Cornwall, PE, CAN Sherwood-Parkdale Rangers L 0:4 W Surrey United SC 2010-10-11 Charlottetown, PE, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC L 1:2 W Halifax Dunbrack FINAL : Halifax wins Championship / Halifax gagne le Championnat.

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JUBILEE 2012-10-05 2012-10-05 2012-10-05 2012-10-06 2012-10-06 2012-10-06 2012-10-06 2012-10-07 2012-10-07 2012-10-07 2012-10-07 DATE 2012-10-08 2012-10-08 2012-10-08 2012-10-08 2012-10-08

Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 2:1 L WSA North Stars Winnipeg, MB, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 5:0 L Winnipeg Action FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Suburban FC L 1:2 W North London Galaxy Winnipeg, MB, CAN Surrey United SC W 4:0 L Saskatoon Hollandia Impact Winnipeg, MB, CAN WSA North Stars W 2:0 L Yellowknife FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 4:1 L Holy Cross / Kirby Group Winnipeg, MB, CAN North London Galaxy W 6:0 L Winnipeg Action FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 5:0 L Yellowknife FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Saskatoon Hollandia Impact L 1:2 W WSA North Stars Winnipeg, MB, CAN Suburban FC W 6:1 L Winnipeg Action FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Holy Cross / Kirby Group L 0:2 W North London Galaxy LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Yellowknife FC D 2:2 D Winnipeg Action FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Edmonton Angels SC W 7:1 L Holy Cross / Kirby Group Winnipeg, MB, CAN WSA North Stars L 1:4 W Suburban FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Saskatoon Hollandia Impact W 3:2 L Royal-Sélect Beauport Winnipeg, MB, CAN Surrey United SC L 0:1 W North London Galaxy Waverly FINAL : London wins Championship / London gagne le Championnat.

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2013 CHAMPIONS : EDMONTON VICTORIA SC 2013 EDMONTON VICTORIA SC : Jordan Boyle, Kalina Broda, Jessie Candlish, Elise Emmott, Rebecca Ferguson, Kailey Harder, Selenia Iacchelli, Laura Kautz, Kaitlen Kisilosi, Darcie Kutryk, Kelsey Langille, Heather Lund, Kayla Michaels, Jamie Pasemko, Victoria Saccomani, Kristyn Shapka, Madelina Smith-Ackerl, Lyndsay Stewart, Keshia Wallin, Nicola Weber. Head coach / entraîneur : Rick Haxby. DATE 2013-10-09 2013-10-09 2013-10-09 2013-10-09 2013-10-10 2013-10-10 2013-10-10 2013-10-10 2013-10-11 2013-10-11 2013-10-11 2013-10-11 2013-10-12 2013-10-12 2013-10-12 2013-10-12 2013-10-13 2013-10-13 2013-10-13 2013-10-13 DATE 2013-10-14 2013-10-14 2013-10-14 2013-10-14 2013-10-14

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Halifax, NS, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 4:0 L Halifax Dunbrack Halifax, NS, CAN Scarborough GS United W 3:1 L CBS Holy Cross / Kirby Group Halifax, NS, CAN Saskatoon Hollandia Impact L 0:2 W WSA North Stars Halifax, NS, CAN Surrey United SC D 1:1 D Edmonton Victoria SC Halifax, NS, CAN Scarborough GS United L 0:1 W Royal-Sélect Beauport Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 4:0 L Yellowknife FC Halifax, NS, CAN Surrey United SC W 3:1 L Saskatoon Hollandia Impact Halifax, NS, CAN WSA North Stars L 0:1 W Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals Halifax, NS, CAN Scarborough GS United W 5:0 L Yellowknife FC Halifax, NS, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 1:0 L CBS Holy Cross / Kirby Group Halifax, NS, CAN Surrey United SC W 4:0 L Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals Halifax, NS, CAN Saskatoon Hollandia Impact L 0:4 W Edmonton Victoria SC Halifax, NS, CAN Scarborough GS United W 3:0 L Halifax Dunbrack Halifax, NS, CAN CBS Holy Cross / Kirby Group W 2:0 L Yellowknife FC Halifax, NS, CAN Surrey United SC W 3:1 L WSA North Stars Halifax, NS, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 6:0 L Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals Halifax, NS, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 4:0 L Yellowknife FC Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax Dunbrack L 0:1 W CBS Holy Cross / Kirby Group Halifax, NS, CAN Saskatoon Hollandia Impact W 4:1 L Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals Halifax, NS, CAN WSA North Stars L 0:3 W Edmonton Victoria SC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Halifax, NS, CAN Yellowknife FC L 0:2 W Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals Halifax, NS, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 3:2 L WSA North Stars Halifax, NS, CAN CBS Holy Cross / Kirby Group W 2:0 L Saskatoon Hollandia Impact Halifax, NS, CAN Scarborough GS United L 2:3 W Surrey United SC Halifax, NS, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport L 0:1 W Edmonton Victoria SC FINAL : Edmonton wins Championship / Edmonton gagne le Championnat.

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Vaughan, ON, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 1:0 L Vaughan Azzurri Vaughan, ON, CAN Scarborough GS United D 1:1 D Kirby United SC Vaughan, ON, CAN Delta Laval W 1:0 L Winnipeg Action FC Vaughan, ON, CAN Surrey United SC W 3:0 L Halifax Dunbrack Vaughan, ON, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC D 2:2 D Kirby United SC Vaughan, ON, CAN Scarborough GS United D 0:0 D Vaughan Azzurri Vaughan, ON, CAN Delta Laval W 1:0 L Halifax Dunbrack Vaughan, ON, CAN Surrey United SC W 2:0 L Winnipeg Action FC Vaughan, ON, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 1:0 L Scarborough GS United Vaughan, ON, CAN Kirby United SC W 3:1 L Vaughan Azzurri Vaughan, ON, CAN Delta Laval L 0:5 W Surrey United SC Vaughan, ON, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 5:0 L Winnipeg Action FC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Vaughan, ON, CAN Vaughan Azzurri L 0:3 W Winnipeg Action FC Vaughan, ON, CAN Scarborough GS United L 1:3 W Halifax Dunbrack Vaughan, ON, CAN Kirby United SC L 0:2 W Delta Laval Vaughan, ON, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 1:0 L Surrey United SC Ontario Soccer Centre FINAL : Edmonton wins Championship / Edmonton gagne le Championnat.

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2015 CHAMPIONS : EDMONTON VICTORIA SC 2015 EDMONTON VICTORIA SC : Maggie Boras, Jordan Boyle, Kalina Broda, Nikki Byrne, Jessie Candlish, Elise Emmott, Rebecca Ferguson, Mackenzie German, Heather Lund, Carleigh Miller, Anna Mullan, Jamie Pasemko, Kaitlin Phillips, Victoria Saccomani, Kristyn Shapka, Elisa Stamatakis, Courtney Wald, Keshia Wallin, Heather Young, Maggie Zacsko. Head coach / entraîneur : Rick Haxby. LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 3:0 L Saskatoon Hollandia Impact AT3 Calgary, AB, CAN Kirby United SC W 2:0 L Halifax Dunbrack AT3 Calgary, AB, CAN North Shore SC Renegades W 5:1 L Winnipeg Bisons FC AT3 Calgary, AB, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 2:1 L Scarborough GS United AT3 Calgary, AB, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 2:1 L Halifax Dunbrack AT3 Calgary, AB, CAN Kirby United SC L 0:2 W Saskatoon Hollandia Impact AT3 Calgary, AB, CAN North Shore SC Renegades L 0:3 W Scarborough GS United AT3 Calgary, AB, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 1:0 L Winnipeg Bisons FC 3 Calgary, AB, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 2:1 L Kirby United SC AT2 Calgary, AB, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 1:0 L Saskatoon Hollandia Impact AT3 Calgary, AB, CAN North Shore SC Renegades L 0:2 W Royal-Sélect Beauport AT3 Calgary, AB, CAN Scarborough GS United W 5:0 L Winnipeg Bisons FC Field 3 LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN Halifax Dunbrack D 0:0 D Winnipeg Bisons FC Encana Calgary, AB, CAN Kirby United SC L 2:4 W North Shore SC Shouldice Stampeder Calgary, AB, CAN Saskatoon Hollandia Impact L 1:3 W Scarborough GS United AT3 Calgary, AB, CAN Edmonton Victoria SC W 2:1 L Royal-Sélect Beauport AT2 FINAL : Edmonton wins Championship / Edmonton gagne le Championnat.

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DATE 2015-10-08 2015-10-08 2015-10-08 2015-10-08 2015-10-09 2015-10-09 2015-10-09 2015-10-09 2015-10-10 2015-10-10 2015-10-10 2015-10-10 DATE 2015-10-12 2015-10-12 2015-10-12 2015-10-12

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DATE 2014-10-09 2014-10-09 2014-10-09 2014-10-09 2014-10-10 2014-10-10 2014-10-10 2014-10-10 2014-10-11 2014-10-11 2014-10-11 2014-10-11 DATE 2014-10-13 2014-10-13 2014-10-13 2014-10-13

HALL of FAME

2014 EDMONTON VICTORIA SC : Taryne Boudreau, Jordan Boyle, Nikki Byrne, Brynn Devries, Elise Emmott, Kailey Harder, Brittany Kindzierski, Heather Lund, Veronique Mayer, Kayla Michaels, Carleigh Miller, Laura Morrison, Jamie Pasemko, Victoria Saccomani, Kristyn Shapka, Lyndsay Stewart, Courtney Wald, Keshia Wallin. Head coach / entraîneur : Rick Haxby.

HONOURS

2014 CHAMPIONS : EDMONTON VICTORIA SC

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JUBILEE 2016 CHAMPIONS : ROYAL-SÉLECT BEAUPORT 2016 ROYAL-SÉLECT BEAUPORT : Daphnée Blouin, Sophie Bourassa, Jade Bourgoing, Léa Chastenay-Joseph, Rachel Collard, Laurie Couture-Dallaire, Carolane Croteau, Roxanne Dionne, Cynthia Gaspar-Freire, Marie-Christine Gauthier, Joëlle Gosselin, Kathy Gosselin, Gabrielle Lapointe, Joëlle Mercier, Marie-Mychèle Métivier, Joëlle Morasse, Marie Parent, Lara Vaillancourt, Gabrielle Verret, Catherine Villeneuve. Head coach / entraîneur : Rick Haxby. DATE 2016-10-05 2016-10-05 2016-10-05 2016-10-05 2016-10-06 2016-10-06 2016-10-06 2016-10-06 2016-10-07 2016-10-07 2016-10-07 2016-10-07 2016-10-08 2016-10-08 2016-10-08 2016-10-08 2016-10-09 2016-10-09 2016-10-09 2016-10-09 DATE 2016-10-10 2016-10-10 2016-10-10 2016-10-10 2016-10-10

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Mount Pearl, NL, CAN Saskatoon SK Impact FC L 0:1 W Richmond FC Mount Pearl CBS, NL, CAN Edmonton Northwest United W 2:0 L Halifax Dunbrack Topsail St. John’s, NL, CAN Scarborough GS United W 1:0 L Holy Cross SC King George V Mount Pearl, NL, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 4:0 L Winnipeg WSA North Stars Mount Pearl CBS, NL, CAN Edmonton Northwest United W 2:0 L Saskatoon SK Impact FC Topsail Mount Pearl, NL, CAN Richmond FC W 1:0 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds Mount Pearl Mount Pearl, NL, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport D 0:0 D Scarborough GS United Mount Pearl CBS, NL, CAN Holy Cross SC W 1:0 L CBS Kirby United SC Topsail St. John’s, NL, CAN Edmonton Northwest United W 2:0 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds King George V St. John’s, NL, CAN Saskatoon SK Impact FC D 2:2 D Halifax Dunbrack King George V CBS, NL, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport W 4:1 L CBS Kirby United SC Topsail Mount Pearl, NL, CAN Scarborough GS United W 3:0 L Winnipeg WSA North Stars Mount Pearl CBS, NL, CAN Edmonton Northwest United L 0:1 W Richmond FC Topsail Mount Pearl, NL, CAN Halifax Dunbrack W 7:0 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds Mount Pearl St. John’s, NL, CAN Royal-Sélect Beauport D 0:0 D Holy Cross SC King George V St. John’s, NL, CAN Winnipeg WSA North Stars L 0:1 W CBS Kirby United SC King George V Mount Pearl, NL, CAN Saskatoon SK Impact FC W 7:0 L Fredericton Picaroons Reds Mount Pearl St. John’s, NL, CAN Richmond FC L 0:2 W Halifax Dunbrack King George V CBS, NL, CAN Scarborough GS United D 1:1 D CBS Kirby United SC Topsail CBS, NL, CAN Holy Cross SC D 1:1 D Winnipeg WSA North Stars Topsail LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Mount Pearl, NL, CAN Fredericton Picaroons Reds L 5:6 W Winnipeg WSA North Stars Mount Pearl Mount Pearl, NL, CAN Saskatoon SK Impact FC W 2:1 L CBS Kirby United SC Mount Pearl CBS, NL, CAN Halifax Dunbrack SC D 2:2 D Holy Cross SC Topsail CBS, NL, CAN Edmonton Northwest United D 1:1 D Scarborough GS United Topsail St. John’s, NL, CAN Richmond FC L 0:2 W Royal-Sélect Beauport King George V FINAL : Beauport wins Championship / Beauport gagne le Championnat.

ATT 30 25 200 20 50 40 50 300 50 30 100 30 50 30 250 300 20 85 70 200 ATT 5 65 30 25 50


CANADA SOCCER

#CANMNT MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM ÉQUIPE NATIONALE MASCULINE v CONCACAF 91-64-70 v CONMEBOL 3-7-11 v OFC 4-1-1

2016 3-1-6 2015 6-6-2

RECORD 2015 & 2016

2014 1-3-1 2013 0-3-10

2012 4-2-3 2011 6-4-2

v AFC v UEFA v CAF

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HALL of FAME

RECORD : 124-89-152 HOME / DOMICILE : 54-23-39 FIFA / CONCACAF : 65-46-53

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HIGHLIGHTS / FAITS SAILLANTS

HONOURS

1986

WORLD CUP

CANADA QUALIFIED FOR THE 1986 FIFA WORLD CUP FINALS ON 14 SEPTEMBER 1985 IN ST. JOHN’S

CONCACAF CHAMPIONS / CHAMPIONS DE LA CONCACAF

CONCACAF Men’s Championship / Championnat masculin de la CONCACAF CONCACAF Gold Cup / Coupe d’Or de la CONCACAF CONCACAF Men’s Under-20 Championship / Championnat masculin U20

NATIONAL

LE CANADA SE QUALIFIE AU TERME D’UN MATCH AU PARC KING GEORGE V À ST. JOHN’S

1985 2000 1986 & 1996

INTERNATIONAL

2X

1985 2000 CONCACAF CHAMPIONS

FIFA WORLD CUPS / LES COUPES DU MONDE DE LA FIFA

FIFA World Cup™ / Coupe du Monde de la FIFA™ 1986 FIFA Confederations Cup / Coupe des Confédérations 2001 FIFA U-20 World Cup / Coupe du Monde U-20 1979, 1985, 1987, 1997, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007 FIFA U-17 World Cup / Coupe du Monde U-17 1987, 1989, 1993, 1995, 2011, 2013

OLYMPIC TOURNAMENTS / TOURNOI OLYMPIQUES

Men’s Olympic Football Tournament / Tournoi Olympique de Football

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ÉQUIPE NATIONALE MASCULINE CANADA MNT : RECORDS & LEADERS International matches through 31 December 2016. / Matchs internationaux jusqu’au 31 décembre 2016. (All years and all tournaments and friendlies / toutes les années et tous les tournois et matchs amicaux) CANADA “A” MATCHES :: 1924 - 2016 124W-89D-152L Home / Domicile 54W-23D-39L FIFA / CONCACAF 65W-46D-53L CANADA “A” APPEARANCES Most international “A” appearances / Le plus de matchs internationaux joués de Guzman, Julian 89 Stalteri, Paul 84 Samuel, Randy 82 De Rosario, Dwayne 81 Watson, Mark 78 Hutchinson, Atiba 77 Hooper, Lyndon 67 Bunbury, Alex 66 Dasovic, Nick 63 McKenna, Kevin 63 Miller, Colin 61 Sweeney, Mike 61 Corazzin, Carlo 59 Hastings, Richard 59 Onstad, Pat 58 Wilson, Bruce 57 Forrest, Craig 56 Mitchell, Dale 55 Dolan, Paul 54 Ricketts, Tosaint 54 Bernier, Patrice 53 Peschisolido, Paul 53 Yallop, Frank 52 Norman, Dave 51 Brennan, Jim 49 de Jong, Marcel 49 de Vos, Jason 49 Ledgerwood, Nik 49 Hirschfeld, Lars 48 Jackson, Simeon 48 Lenarduzzi, Bob 47 James, Paul 46 Radzinski, Tomasz 46 Aunger, Geoff 44 Catliff, John 44 Hainault, André 44 Limniatis, John 44 Hume, Iain 43 Simpson, Josh 43 Edgar, David 41 Johnson, Will 41 Fletcher, Carl 40 Ragan, Randy 40

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Straith, Adam 40 CANADA “A” STARTS Most international “A” starts / Le plus de départs internationaux de Guzman, Julian 84 Stalteri, Paul 83 Samuel, Randy 76 Watson, Mark 76 Hutchinson, Atiba 73 De Rosario, Dwayne 66 McKenna, Kevin 61 Bunbury, Alex 59 Miller, Colin 59 Dasovic, Nick 58 Hooper, Lyndon 58 Wilson, Bruce 57 Forrest, Craig 56 Onstad, Pat 56 Sweeney, Mike 56 Hastings, Richard 54 Dolan, Paul 52 Yallop, Frank 51 Mitchell, Dale 50 Corazzin, Carlo 48 de Vos, Jason 48 Lenarduzzi, Bob 47 Hirschfeld, Lars 45 CANADA “A” SUBSTITUTES Most international “A” substitutions / Le plus de substitutions internationales Hume, Iain 24 Jackson, Simeon 21 Peters, Jaime 19 Nakajima-Farran, Issey 17 Ricketts, Tosaint 16 Bernier, Patrice 15 De Rosario, Dwayne 15 Friend, Rob 15 Haber, Marcus 14 Piette, Samuel 14 Simpson, Josh 14 Nash, Martin 13 Occean, Olivier 12 Peschisolido, Paul 12 CANADA “A” MINUTES Most international “A” minutes / Le plus de minutes internationales Stalteri, Paul 7430 Samuel, Randy ?6971+ de Guzman, Julian 6937

Watson, Mark Hutchinson, Atiba De Rosario, Dwayne McKenna, Kevin Miller, Colin Bunbury, Alex Hooper, Lyndon Onstad, Pat Forrest, Craig Wilson, Bruce Hastings, Richard Dasovic, Nick Sweeney, Mike Yallop, Frank Dolan, Paul de Vos, Jason Mitchell, Dale Corazzin, Carlo Hirschfeld, Lars Lenarduzzi, Bob

6728 6353 5891 5461 5328 ?5226+ ?5087+ 5038 5015 ?4992+ 4916 4860 ?4858+ 4581 4486 4381 ?4152+ 4022 4012 ?4007+

CANADA “A” STREAK Most consecutive international “A” matches / Le plus de matchs consécutifs internationaux Wilson, Bruce(1984-86) 27 Stalteri, Paul (1998-00) 25 Aunger, Geoff (1994-96) 22 Corazzin, Carlo (1999-01) 22 Jackson, Simeon (2010-12) 21 De Rosario, Dwayne (2004-06) 20 de Vos, Jason (1997-2000) 20 Iarusci, Robert (1977-83) 20 Ricketts, Tosaint (2011-13) 20 Valentine, Carl (1992-93) 18 Brennan, Jim (2000-02) 17 Gray, Gerry (1980-83) 17 Hastings, Richard (2001-03) 17 Lenarduzzi, Sam (1968-75) 17 Sarantopoulos, Peter (1988-89) 17 James, Paul (1983-85) 16 Simpson, Josh (2010-12) 16 DeLuca, Pasquale (1984-85) 15 Mitchell, Dale (1992-93) 15 Sweeney, Mike (1980-83) 15 Most consecutive international “A” matches by a goalkeeper / Le plus de matchs consécutifs par une gardienne Onstad, Pat (2000-2001) 11 Hirschfeld, Lars (2001-2003) 10 Lettieri, Tino (1980-1983) 10


CANADA “A” GOALS STREAK Players that scored in three or more consecutive international “A” Canada matches / Les joueurs qui ont marqué dans trois matchs consécutifs ou plus Mitchell, Dale (1984-1985) 6 Gerba, Ali (2008-2009) 4 Catliff, John (1993) 3 Peschisolido, Paul (1996) 3 Stojanovic, Mike (1981) 3 Vrablic, Igor (1985) 3 De Rosario, Dwayne (2011) 3 Larin, Cyle (2015) 3

CANADA “A” Most cautions / Le plus d’avertissements Stalteri, Paul de Guzman, Julian Watson, Mark Aunger, Geoff McKenna, Kevin de Vos, Jason Ledgerwood, Nik De Rosario, Dwayne Edgar, David Peschisolido, Paul Lenarduzzi, Bob Samuel, Randy

CAUTIONS 18 12 12 11 10 9 9 8 8 8 7 7

CANADA “A” CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets (minimum 40 minutes) / Les blanchissages (minimum de 40 minutes) Onstad, Pat 22 Dolan, Paul 18 Forrest, Craig 18 Hirschfeld, Lars 17 Borjan, Milan 11 Lettieri, Tino 9

CANADA “A” SHUTOUT WINS Shutout wins (minimum 90 minutes) / Victoires par blanchissage (minimum de 90 minutes) Onstad, Pat 16 Forrest, Craig 11 Hirschfeld, Lars 8 Dolan, Paul 8 Lettieri, Tino 6 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 6 Sutton, Greg 5 CANADA “A” COACHES Most international “A” matches by a Canada head coach / Le plus de matchs par un entraîneur-chef canadien Lenarduzzi, Bob 62 Hart, Stephen 45 Osieck, Holger 45 Waiters, Tony 44 Floro, Benito 30 Yallop, Frank 20 CANADA “A” WINS Most international “A” wins by a Canada head coach / Le plus de victoires par un entraîneur-chef canadien Lenarduzzi, Bob 21W-15D-26L Hart, Stephen 20W-10D-15L Osieck, Holger 18W-11D-16L Waiters, Tony 12W-11D-21L Floro, Benito 9W-10D-11L Yallop, Frank 8W-3D-9L CANADA “A” UNBEATEN International unbeaten streak / Matchs consécutifs sans défaite 1999-09-02 to 2000-06-11 10W-5D 2011-06-11 to 2012-09-07 8W-5D 1985-03-24 to 1985-06-02 5W-3D 2015-07-14 to 2015-11-17 4W-4D CANADA “A” WINS International wins streak / Victoires consécutives 2000-02-20 to 2000-06-04 6W 2009-05-30 to 2009-07-07 4W

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HONOURS

CANADA “A” ASSISTS Most assists scored. Note, records from 1924-1999 are incomplete, so some players (*) may have more assists / Le plus de passes effectuées. À noter, les fichiers de 1924 à 1999 sont incomplets, donc certains joueurs (*) peuvent avoir plus de passes. De Rosario, Dwayne 13 Nash, Martin 9 Radzinski, Tomasz 8 Brennan, Jim 7 de Guzman, Julian 7 Johnson, Will 7 Aunger, Geoff * 6 Bunbury, Alex * 6 Hutchinson, Atiba 6 Simpson, Josh 6 Stalteri, Paul 6 Bernier, Patrice 5 Hume, Iain 5 Mitchell, Dale * 5 Sweeney, Mike * 5

Stamatopoulos, Kenny Sutton, Greg Chursky, Tony

NATIONAL

CANADA “A” GOALS Most international “A” goals scored / Le plus de buts marqués De Rosario, Dwayne 20 Mitchell, Dale 19 Catliff, John 18 Bunbury, Alex 16 Gerba, Ali 15 Ricketts, Tosaint 14 Vrablic, Igor 12 Corazzin, Carlo 11 McKenna, Kevin 11 Peschisolido, Paul 10 Radzinski, Tomasz 10 Stalteri, Paul 7 Brennan, Jim 6 Hume, Iain 6 Hutchinson, Atiba 6 Jackson, Simeon 6 Occean, Olivier 6 Parsons, Buzz 6 Bridge, Ian 5 Larin, Cyle 5 Miller, Colin 5 Pakos, George 5 Stojanovic, Mike 5

CANADA “A” PENALTY GOALS Most goals penalty goals / Le plus de buts marqués en tirs de pénalité De Rosario, Dwayne 7 Catliff, John 2 Corazzin, Carlo 2

INTERNATIONAL

CANADA “A” STREAK Most consecutive international “A” starts / Le plus de départs consécutifs Wilson, Bruce(1984-86) 27 Stalteri, Paul (1998-2000) 25 Corazzin, Carlo (1999-2001) 21 De Rosario, Dwayne (2004-06) 20 de Vos, Jason (1998-00) 18 Gray, Gerry (1980-83) 17 Lenarduzzi, Sam (1968-75) 17 Hastings, Richard (2002-03) 16 Sarantopoulos, Peter (1988-89) 16 Iarusci, Robert (1980-83) 15

CANADA SOCCER

MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


ÉQUIPE NATIONALE MASCULINE ONE YEAR / UNE ANNÉE CANADA “A” Victories / victoires Canada 1985 Canada 2000

WINS 8W-7D-2L 8W-6D-3L

CANADA “A” YOUNGEST Youngest players / Les joueurs les plus jeunes Mobilio, Domenic (1986) 17.0 Peters, Jaime (2004) 17.3 Piette, Samuel (2012) 17.6 Miller, Bruce (1975) 17.6 McNaught, Doug (1985) 17.7 Horrocks, Chris (1972) 17.8 Cambridge, Jeff (1984) 17.9 Titotto, Guido (1989) 17.9 Matondo, Sita-Taty (2003) 18.1 Parker, Brad (1998) 18.1 Barbieri, Carmelo (1974) 18.1 Sloly, Peter (1984) 18.2 Lenarduzzi, Bob (1973) 18.2 Farmer, Jackson (2013) 18.3 Phillips, David (1984) 18.4 MacDonald, Steven (1989) 18.5 Gagnon-Laparé, J. (2013) 18.5 Dolan, Paul (1984) 18.5 Hamilton, Jordan (2014) 18.5 Vrablic, Igor (1984) 18.69 Miller, Colin (1983) 18.70 Reyes, Jim (1989) 18.70 McLeod, Norm (1957) 18.75 Lenarduzzi, Sam (1968) 18.79 Johnson, Will (2005) 18.81 Wallace, Gordon (1973) 18.84 Fiorvento, David (1989) 18.86 Thompson, Niall (1993) 18.89 Poole, Darren (1981) 18.95 Stothard, David (1957) ?18/19 CANADA “A” OLDEST Oldest players / Les joueurs les plus âgées Onstad, Pat (2010) 42.3 Campbell, Geordie (1925) 40.8 Stamatopoulos, Kenny (2016) 36.7 De Rosario, Dwayne (2015) 36.6 Jazic, Ante (2012) 36.6 Radzinski, Tomasz (2009) 35.9 Harley, Bob (1924) 35.9 Bernier, Patrice (2015) 35.3 Mitchell, Dale (1993) 35.3

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Strenicer, Gene (1980) 35.2 de Guzman, Julian (2016) 35.2 Dasovic, Nick (2004) 35.1 Valentine, Carl (1993) 35.1 Hirscheld, Lars (2013) 35.0 Wilson, Bruce (1986) 34.9 Stojanovic, Mike (1981) 34.8 Fenwick, Paul (2003) 34.2 Watson, Mark (2004) 34.1 Some birthdate records are currently missing / il manque actuellement quelques dates de naissance dans certains dossiers CANADA “A” GOALSCORER Youngest goal scorers / Les buteurs les plus jeunes McLeod, Norm (1957) 18.76 Burness, Gordon (1925) 19.10 Bunbury, Alex (1986) 19.20 Segota, Branko (1980) 19.40 Cubellis, Pat (1986) 19.54 Vrablic, Igor (1985) 19.64 Ianiero, Lucio (1986) 19.69 Gray, Gerry (1980) 19.82 Forrest, George (1924) 19.88 Larin, Cyle (2015) 19.95 Oldest goal scorers / Les buteurs les plus âgés De Rosario, Dwayne (2012) 36.68 Radzinski, Tomasz (2008) 34.78 Stojanovic, Mike (1981) 34.84 Mitchell, Dale (1992) 34.55 Valentine, Carl (1992) 33.94 Pakos, George (1986) 33.47 Steckiw, Ostap (1957) 33.32 Peschisolido, Paul (2004) 33.08 CANADA “A” SHUTOUT WINS Youngest goalkeeper to record a shutout win / Les gardiens les plus jeunes qui ont obtenu une victoire par blanchissage Dolan, Paul (1985) 18.99 Onstad, Pat (1988) 20.23 Chursky, Tony (1973) 20.41 Forrest, Craig (1988) 20.67 Oldest goalkeeper to record a shutout win / Les gardiens les plus âgées qui ont obtenu une victoire par blanchissage Onstad, Pat (2008) 40.42 Stamatopoulos, Kenny (2015) 36.01 Hirshfeld, Lars (2012) 33.99 Forrest, Craig (2001) 33.71

CANADA “A” MATCHS Most matches / Le plus de matchs joués Corazzin, Carlo (2000) 17 Wilson, Bruce (1985) 17 James, Paul (1986) 15 Samuel, Randy (1985) 15 Stalteri, Paul (2000) 15 Vrablic, Igor (1985) 15 CANADA “A” STARTS Most starts / Le plus de départs Corazzin, Carlo (2000) 17 Wilson, Bruce (1985) 17 James, Paul (1986) 15 Stalteri, Paul (2000) 15 Vrablic, Igor (1985) 15 CANADA “A” SUBSTITUTES Most substitutions / Le plus de substitutions Ricketts, Tosaint (2011) 8 Teibert, Russell (2015) 7 Fitzgerald, John (1988) 6 Nash, Martin (2000) 6 Peters, Jaime (2005) 6 CANADA “A” MINUTES Most minutes / Le plus de minutes Wilson, Bruce (1985) ?1441+ Corazzin, Carlo (2000) 1389 Stalteri, Paul (2000) 1324 Watson, Mark (1993) 1290 Vrablic, Igor (1985) 1264 de Vos, Jason (2000) 1257 Norman, Dave (1985) ?1170+ James, Paul (1985) ?1125+ Samuel, Randy (1985) ?1100+ CANADA “A” GOALS Most goals scored / Le plus de buts Vrablic, Igor (1985) 7 Catliff, John (1993) 6 Gerba, Ali (2008) 6 Catliff, John (1988) 5 De Rosario, Dwayne (2007) 5 Mitchell, Dale (1985) 5 Ricketts, Tosaint (2015) 5 Vrablic, Igor (1986) 5 CANADA “A” 3 GOALS Players that scored three goals or more in a match / Les joueurs qui ont marqué trois buts ou plus dans un match Catliff, John 1988-04-05 Bunbury, Alex 1992-11-15 Jackson, Simeon 2011-10-07


5 4

CANADA “A” CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets (minimum 40 minutes) / Les blanchissages (minimum de 40 minutes) Dolan, Paul (1985) 7 Onstad, Pat (2000) 6 Dolan, Paul (1986) 5 Forrest, Craig (2000) 5 Hirschfeld, Lars (2012) 5 Borjan, Milan (2015) 5 CANADA “A” SHUTOUT WINS Shutout wins (minimum 90 minutes) / Victoires par blanchissage (minimum de 90 minutes) Dolan, Paul (1986) 3 Forrest, Craig (1996) 3 Forrest, Craig (2000) 3 Onstad, Pat (1999) 3 Onstad, Pat (2000) 3

CANADA “A” ASSISTS / PASSES Yearly leaders (minimum three) / Meneurs (minimum de trois buts) 2000 Nash, Martin 5 2004 De Rosario & Hume 3 2007 de Guzman, Julian 4 2008 De Rosario, Dwayne 4 2011 Johnson, Will 3 2016 Arfield & Hoilett 3 CANADA “A” MINUTES Yearly leaders / Meneurs 1924 Several players 540 1925 Several players 180 1926 Several players 90 1927 Several players 360 1957 Several players 360 1968 Several players 360 1972 Several players 360 1973 Lenarduzzi, Sam 360 1974 Horrocks & S.Lenarduzzi 360 1975 Several players 90 1976 Iarusci, B. Lenarduzzi, & B. Wilson 450

MILESTONES / PÉRIODES MARQUANTES CANADA “A” LEADERS All-time leaders in appearances / Meneurs historiques en présences Dierden, Fred (1925-06-27) 7 Dierden, Fred (1925-11-08) 8 Lenarduzzi, Sam (1973-08-01) 9 Lenarduzzi, Sam (1980-09-15) 28 Lenarduzzi, Bob (1984-05-26) 29 Lenarduzzi, Bob (1984-07-25) 30 Wilson, Bruce (1984-11-02) 31 Wilson, Bruce (1986-06-09) 57

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HONOURS

CANADA “A” Most cautions / Le plus d’avertissements Stalteri, Paul (2007) Dunfield, Terry (2011)

CANADA “A” GOALS / BUTS Yearly leaders (minimum three) / Meneurs (minimum de trois) 1927 Archibald, Don 3 1977 Parsons, Les 3 1980 Mitchell, Dale 3 1981 Stojanovic, Mike 3 1985 Vrablic, Igor 7 1986 Vrablic, Igor 5 1988 Catliff, John 5 1991 Mitchell, Dale 3 1992 Bunbury, Catliff, Mitchell 3 1993 Catliff, John 6 1995 Kouzmanis, Peschisolido 4 1996 Bunbury, Peschisolido 3 1999 Corazzin, Carlo 3 2000 Corazzin, Carlo 4 2002 McKenna, Kevin 3 2003 Stalteri, Paul 3 2004 De Rosario, Dwayne 4 2007 De Rosario, Dwayne 5 2008 Gerba, Ali 6 2009 Gerba, Ali 4 2011 De Rosario, Jackson 4 2015 Ricketts, Tosaint 5

NATIONAL

CANADA “A” ASSISTS Since 2000, most assists recorded in one season / Depuis 2000, le plus de passes Nash, Martin (2000) 5 de Guzman, Julian (2007) 4 De Rosario, Dwayne (2008) 4

YEARLY LEADERS / MENEURS PAR ANNÉES

1977 Ayre, Garry 540 1980 Gray & McGrane 720 1981 Iarusci & Wilson 540 1983 Wilson, Bruce 360 1984 Unknown which player ?630+ 1985 Wilson, Bruce ?1441+ 1986 James, Paul ?1000+ 1987 Hooper & Limniatis 270 1988 Sarantopoulos, Peter 1177 1989 Bunbury, Alex 360 1990 Several players 90 1991 Watson, Mark 353 1992 Miller, Colin 888 1993 Watson, Mark 1290 1994 Yallop, Frank 450 1995 Watson, Mark 761 1996 Bunbury, Alex 750 1997 Watson, Mark 888 1998 Several players 90 1999 deVos, Jason 895 2000 Corazzin, Carlo 1389 2001 Brennan, Jim 495 2002 Hirschfeld & Hastings 690 2003 Hastings, Richard 795 2004 De Rosario, Dwayne 878 2005 De Rosario, Dwayne 703 2006 Friend, Rob 387 2007 Stalteri, Paul 889 2008 Stalteri, Paul 939 2009 McKenna, Kevin 710 2010 Stalteri, Paul 450 2011 Simpson, Josh 937 2012 de Guzman, Julian 774 2013 Ledgerwood, Nik 872 2014 Borjan, Milan 450 2015 Straith, Adam 1058 2016 Henry, Doneil 675

INTERNATIONAL

CANADA “A” GOALS STREAK Players that scored in three or more consecutive international “A” Canada matches / Les joueuses qui ont marqué dans trois matchs consécutifs ou plus Mitchell, Dale (1985) 4 Catliff, John (1993) 3 De Rosario, Dwayne (2011) 3 Gerba, Ali (2009) 3 Larin, Cyle (2015) 3 Peschisolido, Paul (1996) 3 Stojanovic, Mike (1981) 3

CANADA SOCCER

MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


ÉQUIPE NATIONALE MASCULINE Sweeney, Mike (1993-05-02) Sweeney, Mike (1993-08-15) Samuel, Randy (1995-05-22) Samuel, Randy (1997-11-16) Stalteri, Paul (2010-09-10) Stalteri, Paul (2010-10-08) de Guzman, Julian (2015-11-17) de Guzman, Julian (2016-06-03)

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CANADA “A” 50th MATCH Players that have made 50 appearances for Canada / Joueurs avec 50 présences 1. Wilson, Bruce 1986-02-20 2. Sweeney, Mike 1992-11-15 3. Mitchell, Dale 1993-04-11 4. Samuel, Randy 1993-04-25 5. Norman, Dave 1994-06-10 6. Hooper, Lyndon 1995-05-28 7. Bunbury, Alex 1996-10-10 8. Miller, Colin 1996-10-13 9. Dolan, Paul 1997-04-13 10. Yallop, Frank 1997-10-12 11. Watson, Mark 1999-04-27 12. Forrest, Craig 2000-02-20 13 & 14. Dasovic, Nick Corazzin, Carlo 2001-04-24 15. Peschisolido, Paul 2004-06-13 16. Stalteri, Paul 2005-03-26 17. Onstad, Pat 2007-06-21 18. De Rosario, Dwayne 2008-06-20 19. Hastings, Richard 2008-09-06 20. Hutchinson, Atiba 2010-10-08 21. McKenna, Kevin 2011-06-01 22. de Guzman, Julian 2011-10-07 23. Bernier, Patrice 2014-09-09 24. Ricketts, Tosaint 2016-06-07 CANADA “A” 75th MATCH Players that have made 75 appearances for Canada / Joueurs avec 75 présences pour le Canada 1. Samuel, Randy 1997-03-16 2. Watson, Mark 2004-09-04 3. Stalteri, Paul 2009-07-03 4. De Rosario, Dwayne 2013-10-15 5. de Guzman, Julian 2015-01-16 6. Hutchinson, Atiba 2016-03-29 CANADA “A” LEADERS All-time leaders in goals / Meneurs historiques en buts Archibald, Don (1927-07-23) 3 Parsons, Buzz (1977-10-12) 4 Parsons, Buzz (1977-10-22) 6 Mitchell, Dale (1985-04-20) 7 Mitchell, Dale (1985-06-02) 10

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FIFA WORLD CUP™ COUPE DU MONDE DE LA FIFA™ FIFA WCQ Mexico 1986 :: 1986

RANKING 24th / 24 0W-0D-3L

FIFA APPEARANCES Most games at the FIFA World Cup™ / Le plus de matchs joués au cours des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA™ Bridge, Ian 3 James, Paul 3 Lenarduzzi, Bob 3 Norman, Dave 3 Ragan, Randy 3 Samuel, Randy 3 Segota, Branko 3 Valentine, Carl 3 Wilson, Bruce 3

FIFA WORLD CUP™ QUALIFIERS / ÉLIMINATOIRES DE LA COUPE DU MONDE DE LA FIFA FIFA WCQ :: 1957 - 2016

CANADA 48W-34D-35L

FIFA WCQ TOURNAMENTS Most cycles at the FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers / Le plus de cycles joués au cours des Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA™ Onstad, Pat 6 de Guzman, Julian 4

De Rosario, Dwayne Dolan, Paul Hutchinson, Atiba McKenna, Kevin Mitchell, Dale Peschisolido, Paul Samuel, Randy Sweeney, Mike Watson, Mark

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FIFA WCQ APPEARANCES Most games at the FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers / Le plus de matchs joués au cours des Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA™ Samuel, Randy 36 Watson, Mark 34 Bunbury, Alex 31 de Guzman, Julian 29 Sweeney, Mike 29 Miller, Colin 28 Yallop, Frank 28 Hutchinson, Atiba 27 Peschisolido, Paul 26 Lenarduzzi, Bob 25 Mitchell, Dale 25 De Rosario, Dwayne 24 Corazzin, Carlo 23 Wilson, Bruce 22 Forrest, Craig 21 Hooper, Lyndon 21 Ricketts, Tosaint 20 Norman, Dave 19 Radzinski, Tomasz 19 Iarusci, Robert 18 Onstad, Pat 18 FIFA WCQ STARTS Most starts at the FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers / Le plus de titularisations au cours des Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA™ Samuel, Randy 34 Watson, Mark 34 Bunbury, Alex 30 de Guzman, Julian 29 Yallop, Frank 28 Miller, Colin 27 Hutchinson, Atiba 26 Lenarduzzi, Bob 25 Sweeney, Mike 25 De Rosario, Dwayne 23 Mitchell, Dale 22 Wilson, Bruce 22 Forrest, Craig 21 Radzinski, Tomasz 19 Hooper, Lyndon 18


FIFA WCQ YOUNGEST Youngest players at the FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers / Les joueurs les plus jeunes au cours des Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA™ Peters, Jaime (2004) 17.3 Horrocks, Chris (1972) 17.8 McLeod, Norman (1957) 18.8 Lenarduzzi, Sam (1968) 18.8 Dolan, Paul (1985) 18.9 McLeod, Wes (1976) 19.0 Segota, Branko (1980) 19.4 Vrablic, Igor (1985) 19.7 Gray, Gerry (1980) 19.7 Mobilio, Domenic (1988) 19.8 Cavallini, Lucas (2012) 19.8 Fitzgerald, John (1988) 19.9 FIFA WCQ OLDEST Oldest players at the FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers / Les joueurs les plus âgés au cours des Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA™ Onstad, Pat (2008) 40.6 Stamatopoulos, Kenny (2015) 36.6 Jazic, Ante (2012) 36.6 Mitchell, Dale (1993) 35.3 Strenicer, Gene (1980) 35.2 Valentine, Carl (1993) 35.1

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FIFA WCQ ASSISTS Assists recorded at the FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers / Les aides marqués au cours des Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA™ De Rosario, Dwayne 8 Hume, Iain 5 Mitchell, Dale 4 Radzinski, Tomasz 4 Sweeney, Mike 4 Edgar, David 3 Bunbury, Alex 3 Ricketts, Tosaint 3 Johnson, Will 3 MacKay, Ike 3 Ion, Gordon 3 Some records missing / il manque actuellement quelques certains dossiers FIFA WCQ CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets at the FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers / Les blanchissages au cours des Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA™ Onstad, Pat 8 Forrest, Craig 7 Hirschfeld, Lars 7

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FIFA WCQ GOALS Goals scored at the FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers / Les buts marqués au cours des Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA™ Bunbury, Alex 11 De Rosario, Dwayne 9 Mitchell, Dale 9 Ricketts, Tosaint 7 Gerba, Ali 6 Catliff, John 4 Hume, Iain 4 Jackson, Simeon 4 Larin, Cyle 4 Parsons, Buzz 4 Peschisolido, Paul 4 Brennan, Jim 3 Bridge, Ian 3 Johnson, Will 3 Mobilio, Domenic 3 Occean, Olivier 3 Radzinski, Tomasz 3 Simpson, Josh 3 Stojanovic, Mike 3 Vrablic, Igor 3 Aunger, Geoff 2 Bakic, Mike 2 Bolitho, Bob 2 Budd, Brian 2 Corazzin, Carlo 2 de Vos, Jason 2 Edgar, David 2 Hughes, Art 2 Hutchinson, Atiba 2 Iarusci, Robert 2 Lenarduzzi, Bob 2 McPate, Ralph 2 Miller, Colin 2 Pakos, George 2 Papadakis, Nick 2 Philley, Brian 2 Stewart, Gogie 2 Vigh, Tibor 2 Watson, Mark 2 Akindele, Tesho 1

Berdusco, Eddy Burton, Deon Dasovic, Nick de Guzman, Julian Douglas, Jimmy Fletcher, Carl Gray, Gerry Hainault, André Hooper, Lyndon James, Manjrekar James, Paul Johnson, Glen Ledgerwood, Nik MacKay, Ike McKenna, Kevin McLeod, Norman McLeod, Wes Nakajima-Farran, Issey Occean, Olivier Parson, Buzz Patterson, Norman Robinson, Brian Segota, Branko Serioux, Adrian Steckiw, Ostap Sweeney, Mike Teibert, Russell Twamley, Bruce Zanatta, Sergio

HONOURS

FIFA WCQ MINUTES Most minutes / Le plus de minutes Samuel, Randy 3156 Watson, Mark 2963 Bunbury, Alex 2723 Yallop, Frank 2476 Miller, Colin 2433 Hutchinson, Atiba 2331 de Guzman, Julian 2316 Sweeney, Mike 2294 Lenarduzzi, Bob 2205 Wilson, Bruce 1980 De Rosario, Dwayne 1944 Mitchell, Dale 1942 Forrest, Craig 1913 Iarusci, Robert 1620 Onstad, Pat 1620 Radzinski, Tomasz 1566 Hooper, Lyndon 1529 Peschisolido, Paul 1528 Corazzin, Carlo 1526 Lenarduzzi, Sam 1416 Stalteri, Paul 1415

de Guzman, Julian (2016) 35.0 Radzinski, Tomasz (2008) 34.8 Stojanovic, Mike (1981) 34.8 De Rosario, Dwayne (2012) 34.3 Wilson, Bruce (1985) 34.2 Watson, Mark (2004) 34.1 Some birthdate records are currently missing / il manque actuellement quelques dates de naissance dans certains dossiers

NATIONAL

18 18 18

INTERNATIONAL

Onstad, Pat Iarusci, Robert Peschisolido, Paul

CANADA SOCCER

MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


ÉQUIPE NATIONALE MASCULINE Dolan, Paul Stamatopoulos, Kenny Borjan, Milan Lettieri, Tino Bilecki, Zeljko Chursky, Tony Greco, Peter

6 4 4 4 2 2 2

FIFA CONFEDERATIONS CUP / COUPE DES CONFÉDÉRATIONS DE LA FIFA FIFA WCQ Korea/Japan 2001 :: 2001

RANKING 7th / 8 0W-1D-2L

FIFA HONOURS All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Brennan, Jim Korea/Japan 2001

CONCACAF GOLD CUP / COUPE D’OR DE LA CONCACAF CONCACAF RANKING 1991 Gold Cup 6th / 8 1993 Gold Cup 6th / 8 1996 Gold Cup 5th / 9 2000 Champions 1st / 12 2002 Semi-finals 3rd / 12 2003 Group stage 9th / 12 2005 Group stage 9th / 12 2007 Semi-finals 3rd / 12 2009 Quarter-finals 5th / 12 2011 Group stage 9th / 12 2013 Group stage 11th / 12 2015 Group stage 10th / 12 :: 1991 - 2015 15W-11D-15L CONCACAF HONOURS Team MVP / Joueur le plus utile de Guzman, Julian 2013 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 2015 Most Valuable Player / Joueur par excellence Forrest, Craig 2000 de Guzman, Julian 2007

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Most Outstanding Goalie / Meilleur gardien Forrest, Craig 2000 Hirschfeld, Lars 2002 Top Scorer / Meiller buteur Corazzin, Carlo 2000 Top Rookie / Meilleur recrue Hastings, Richard 2000 All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Corazzin, Carlo 2000 de Vos, Jason 2000 Forrest, Craig 2000 de Vos, Jason 2002 McKenna, Kevin 2002 de Guzman, Julian 2007 Hastings, Richard 2007 Stalteri, Paul 2007 de Guzman, Julian 2009 Klukowski, Mike 2009 de Guzman, Julian 2013 CONCACAF TOURNAMENTS Most CONCACAF Gold Cups / Le plus de tournois joués au cours des Coupes d’Or de la CONCACAF de Guzman, Julian 6 De Rosario, Dwayne 5 Hastings, Richard 5 Hutchinson, Atiba 5 McKenna, Kevin 5 Onstad, Pat 5 Stalteri, Paul 5 CONCACAF APPEARANCES Most games at the CONCACAF Gold Cup / Le plus de matchs joués au cours des Coupes d’Or de la CONCACAF Stalteri, Paul 20 Hastings, Richard 18 de Guzman, Julian 17 De Rosario, Dwayne 17 McKenna, Kevin 16 Hutchinson, Atiba 15 Gerba, Ali 13 Bernier, Patrice 12 Brennan, Jim 12 de Vos, Jason 12 Watson, Mark 11 CONCACAF STARTS Most starts at the CONCACAF Gold Cup / Le plus de titularisations au cours des Coupes d’Or de la CONCACAF Stalteri, Paul 20 Hastings, Richard 17 McKenna, Kevin 16 de Guman, Julian 15 Hutchinson, Atiba 13

Brennan, Jim De Rosario, Dwayne de Vos, Jason

12 12 12

CONCACAF YOUNGEST Youngest players at the CONCACAF Gold Cup / Les joueurs les plus jeunes au cours des Coupes d’Or de la CONCACAF Peters, Jaime (2005) 18.1 Piette, Samuel (2013) 18.6 Marini, Carlo (1991) 19.1 Thompson, Niall (1993) 19.2 Aleman, Keven (2013) 19.2 Fletcher, Carl (1991) 19.5 Hume, Iain (2003) 19.7 Nsaliwa, Tam (2002) 19.9 CONCACAF OLDEST Oldest players at the CONCACAF Gold Cup / Les joueurs les plus âgés au cours des Coupes d’Or de la CONCACAF Onstad, Pat (2007) 39.4 Stamatopoulos, Kenny (2015) 35.8 Dasovic, Nick (2003) 34.6 de Guzman, Julian (2015) 34.4 Fenwick, Paul (2003) 33.8 Mitchell, Dale (1991) 33.1 Dasovic, Nick (2002) 33.1 De Rosario, Dwayne (2011) 33.0 CONCACAF GOALS Goals scored at the CONCACAF Gold Cup / Les buts marqués au cours des Coupes d’Or de la CONCACAF De Rosario, Dwayne 6 Gerba, Ali 6 Corazzin, Carlo 5 McKenna, Kevin 3 Mitchell, Dale 3 de Guzman, Julian 2 Holness, Kevin 2 Aunger, Geoff 1 Bernier, Patrice 1 Bunbury, Alex 1 Dasovic, Nick 1 de Jong, Marcel 1 de Vos, Jason 1 Hastings, Richard 1 Hume, Iain 1 Limniatis, John 1 Lowery, Jamie 1 Miller, Colin 1 Radzinski, Tomasz 1 Stalteri, Paul 1 Watson, Mark 1


OLYMPIC GOALS Goals scored at the Olympic Football Tournament / Les buts marqués au cours des Tournois olympiques de football Hall, Alex M. (1904) 3 Mitchell, Dale (1984) 3 Taylor, Tom S. (1904) 3 Douglas, Jimmy (1976) 2 McDonald, Gordon (1904) 2 Gray, Gerry (1984) 1 Henderson, Albert (1904) 1 Steep, Fred W. (1904) 1 Vrablic, Igor (1984) 1 CONCACAF CANADA 1967 CONCACAF v CUB 1971 CONCACAF v BER & MEX 1979 CONCACAF v BER 1983-84 CONCACAF Qualify 1987 CONCACAF v USA :: 1967 - 1987 7W-5D-6L CONCACAF RANKING 1991-92 CONCACAF 3rd 1996 CONCACAF 2nd Inter-continental v AUS 2000 CONCACAF 5th 2003-04 CONCACAF 8th 2008 USA 3rd

FIFA Japan 1979 Soviet Union 1985 Chile 1987 Malaysia 1997 Argentina 2001 UAE 2003 Netherlands 2005 Canada 2007 :: 1979 - 2007

RANKING 13th / 16 14th / 16 10th / 16 13th / 24 24th / 24 8th / 24 21st / 24 24th / 24 4W-5D-18L

FIFA HONOURS All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Hume, Iain UAE 2003 Hutchinson, Atiba UAE 2003 FIFA GOALS Goals scored at the FIFA U-20 World Cup / Les buts marqués au cours des Coupes U-20 du Monde de la FIFA Hume, Iain (2003) 3 Segota, Branko (1979) 2 CONCACAF RANKING Mexico 1973 4th Canada 1974 x Puerto Rico 1976 5th Honduras 1978 2nd USA 1980 3rd Guatemala 1982 5th Trinidad and Tobago 1984 2nd Trinidad and Tobago 1986 1st Guatemala 1988 6th Guatemala 1990 5th Canada 1992 3rd Honduras 1994 3rd Mexico 1996 1st Trinidad & Tobago 1998 Group A 3rd Canada 2001 Group A 1st USA 2002 Group B 1st Honduras 2005 Group B 1st Trinidad and Tobago 2009 5th Guatemala 2011 7th Mexico 2013 6th

9th 47W-19D-29L

FIFA U-17 WORLD CUP / COUPE DU MONDE U-17 DE LA FIFA FIFA Canada 1987 Scotland 1989 Japan 1993 Ecuador 1995 Mexico 2011 UAE 2013 :: 1987-2013

RANKING 16th / 16 16th / 16 16th / 16 16th / 16 19th / 24 18th / 24 0W-4D-14L

FIFA GOALS Goals scored at the FIFA U-17 World Cup / Les buts marqués au cours des Coupes U-17 du Monde de la FIFA Hamilton, Jordan (2013) 2 CONCACAF RANKING Mexico 1985 3rd Trinidad and Tobago 1988 3rd Trinidad and Tobago 1991 6th Cuba 1992 3rd El Salvador 1994 3rd Trinidad and Tobago 1996 4th El Salvador 1999 Group B 3rd USA 2001 Group A 2nd Canada 2003 Group B 3rd Mexico 2005 Group B 3rd Jamaica 2007 Group B 4th Mexico 2009 Group B 4th Jamaica 2011 2nd Panama 2013 3rd Honduras 2015 6th :: 1985 - 2015 30W-15D-24L Panama 2017

HALL of FAME

FIFA U-20 WORLD CUP / COUPE DU MONDE U-20 DE LA FIFA

Jamaica 2015 :: 1973 - 2015 Costa Rica 2017

HONOURS

OLYMPIC RANKING St. Louis 1904 GOLD / OR Montréal 1976 12th / 13 Los Angeles 1984 5th / 16 :: 1904 - 1984 3W-2D-3L

4th 4th 14W-12D-17L

NATIONAL

OLYMPIC TOURNAMENT / TOURNOI OLYMPIQUE

2012 USA 2015 USA :: 1991 - 2015

INTERNATIONAL

CONCACAF CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets at the CONCACAF Gold Cup / Les blanchissages au cours des Coupes d’Or de la CONCACAF Forrest, Craig 3 Hirschfeld, Lars 3 Borjan, Milan 2 Onstad, Pat 2 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 2 Sutton, Greg 2

CANADA SOCCER

MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM

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ÉQUIPE NATIONALE MASCULINE 1924 - 1927 DATE LOCATION 1924-06-07 Brisbane, AUS 1924-06-14 Sydney, AUS 1924-06-23 Sydney, AUS 1924-06-28 Newcastle, AUS 1924-07-12 Adelaide, AUS 1924-07-26 Sydney, AUS 1925-06-27 Montréal, QC, CAN 1925-11-08 Brooklyn, NY, USA 1926-11-06 Brooklyn, NY, USA 1927-06-25 Dunedin, NZL 1927-07-02 Christchurch, NZL 1927-07-09 Wellington, NZL 1927-07-23 Auckland, NZL

CANADA MNT MATCH International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical

1953 - 1958

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA CAN MNT L 2:3 AUS Brisbane Cricket CAN MNT W 1:0 AUS Royal Agricultural CAN MNT L 1:4 AUS Royal Agricultural CAN MNT D 0:0 AUS Newcastle CAN MNT W 4:1 AUS Jubilee CAN MNT L 0:1 AUS Sydney Cricket CAN MNT W 1:0 USA Alexandra CAN MNT L 1:6 USA Ebbets CAN MNT L 2:6 USA Ebbets CAN MNT D 2:2 NZL Carisbrook CAN MNT W 2:1 NZL CAN MNT L 0:1 NZL CAN MNT W 4:1 NZL

ATT 10,000 8,500 6,000 10,000 6,000 6,000 3,500 7,000 10,000 4,500 23,000

CANADA MNT

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP 1957-06-22 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 5:1 USA 1957-06-30 México, DF, MEX FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 0:3 MEX 1957-07-04 México, DF, MEX FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 0:2 MEX 1957-07-07 St. Louis, MO, USA FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 3:2 USA SWEDEN 1958 / SUÈDE 1958 - From / de 6 CONCACAF nations : 1 Qualified / Qualifiées (MEX).

1967 - 1970

STADIA ATT Varsity 7,567 Olímpico 60,000 Olímpico 60,000 Public Schools 1,500

CANADA MNT

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA 1968-10-06 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 4:0 BER Varsity 1968-10-17 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 4:2 USA Varsity 1968-10-20 Hamilton, BER FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 0:0 BER National 1968-10-27 Atlanta, GA, USA FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 0:1 USA Fulton County MEXICO 1970 / MEXIQUE 1970 - From / de 13 CONCACAF nations : 2 Qualified / Qualifiées (MEX, SLV).

1971 - 1974

ATT 4,131 5,959 6,000 3,696

CANADA MNT

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT 1972-08-20 St. John’s, NL, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 3:2 USA King George V 7,600 1972-08-24 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 0:1 MEX Varsity 12,187 1972-08-29 Baltimore, MD, USA FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 2:2 USA Memorial 3,723 1972-09-05 México, DF, MEX FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 1:2 MEX Azteca 30,000 GERMANY 1974 / ALLEMAGNE 1974 - From / de 12 CONCACAF nations : 1 Qualified / Qualifiées (HAI).

1973 - 1978 DATE LOCATION 1973-08-01 Toronto, ON, CAN 1973-08-05 Windsor, ON, CAN 1973-11-10 Port-au-Prince, HAI 1973-11-12 Port-au-Prince, HAI 1974-04-12 Hamilton, BER

128

CANADA MNT MATCH International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT CAN MNT L 1:3 POL Varsity 18,524 CAN MNT L 0:2 USA Windsor 5,000 CAN MNT L 1:5 HAI Sylvio Cator 20,000 CAN MNT W 1:0 HAI Sylvio Cator 16,000 CAN MNT D 0:0 BER 400


1983 - 1986 DATE LOCATION 1983-06-12 Vancouver, BC, CAN 1983-06-16 Edmonton, AB, CAN 1983-06-19 Toronto, ON, CAN 1983-12-06 Irapuato, GT, MEX 1983-12-11 San Pedro Sula, HON 1983-12-14 Tegucigalpa, HON 1984-03-28 Port-au-Prince, HAI 1984-05-26 Toronto, ON, CAN 1984-07-25 Edmonton, AB, CAN 1984-10-16 Algiers, ALG 1984-10-21 Tunis, TUN 1984-10-24 Rabat, MAR 1984-10-30 Nicosia, CYP 1984-11-02 Cairo, EGY 1985-03-10 Port of Spain, TRI 1985-03-13 Montego Bay, JAM

ATT 6,867 1,751 6,371 7,864 13,598 90,000 31,570 33,237 39,071 40,167 16,458

CANADA MNT MATCH International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA CAN MNT L 0:2 SCO Empire CAN MNT L 0:3 SCO Commonwealth CAN MNT L 0:2 SCO Varsity CAN MNT L 0:5 MEX CAN MNT L 1:3 HON CAN MNT L 0:1 HON CAN MNT W 1:0 HAI CAN MNT L 0:2 ITA Varsity CAN MNT D 0:0 CHI Clarke CAN MNT L 0:1 ALG Olympic CAN MNT L 0:2 TUN Abdellaziz Chtioui CAN MNT L 2:3 MAR Abdullah CAN MNT D 0:0 CYP Nicosia CAN MNT L 0:1 EGY National CAN MNT W 2:1 TRI CAN MNT D 1:1 JAM Jarrett Park

ATT 14,942 10,240 15,500

19,000 18,000 6,137 3,000 18,000 15,000 6,000 3,000 8,000

129

HALL of FAME

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA 1980-09-15 Vancouver, BC, CAN International / amical CAN MNT W 4:0 NZL Empire 1980-09-17 Edmonton, AB, CAN International / amical CAN MNT W 3:0 NZL Commonwealth 1980-10-18 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 1:1 MEX Exhibition 1980-10-25 Ft Lauderdale, FL, USA FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 0:0 USA Lockhart 1980-11-01 Vancouver, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 2:1 USA Empire 1980-11-09 Tegucigalpa, HON International / amical CAN MNT L 0:2 HON 1980-11-11 Guatemala, GUA International / amical CAN MNT W 1:0 GUA 1980-11-16 México, DF, MEX FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 1:1 MEX Azteca 1981-10-12 Port of Spain, TRI International / amical CAN MNT W 4:2 TRI 1981-11-02 Tegucigalpa, HON FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 1:0 SLV Tiburcio Carías 1981-11-06 Tegucigalpa, HON FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 1:1 HAI Tiburcio Carías 1981-11-12 Tegucigalpa, HON FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 1:2 HON Tiburcio Carías 1981-11-15 Tegucigalpa, HON FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 1:1 MEX Tiburcio Carías 1981-11-21 Tegucigalpa, HON FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 2:2 CUB Tiburcio Carías SPAIN 1982 / ESPAGNE 1982 - From / de 15 CONCACAF nations : 2 Qualified / Qualifiées (SLV, HON).

HONOURS

CANADA MNT

NATIONAL

1979 - 1982

DDR Freundschaft 2,000 HUN-23 25,000 POL-21 Wojska Polskiego 3,000 CUB USA Empire 15,453 MEX Empire 17,939 USA Seattle Kingdome 17,675 MEX La Bombonera 26,719 USA Sylvio Cator 5,000 TRI SLV Tecnológico Universitario 42,000 SUR Azteca 90,000 GUA Azteca 25,000 HAI Tecnológico Universitario 30,000 MEX Tecnológico Universitario 55,000

INTERNATIONAL

1974-10-09 Frankfurt, GER International / amical CAN MNT L 0:2 1974-10-28 Budapest, HUN International / amical CAN MNT D 1:1 1974-10-31 Warsaw, POL International / amical CAN MNT L 0:2 1975-01-05 Habana, CUB International / amical CAN MNT L 0:4 1976-09-24 Vancouver, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 1:1 1976-10-10 Vancouver, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 1:0 1976-10-20 Seattle, WA, USA FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 0:2 1976-10-27 Toluca, ME, MEX FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 0:0 1976-12-22 Port-au-Prince, HAI FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 3:0 1977-09-11 Port of Spain, TRI International / amical CAN MNT D 1:1 1977-10-08 Monterrey, NL, MEX FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 1:2 1977-10-12 México, DF, MEX FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 2:1 1977-10-16 México, DF, MEX FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 2:1 1977-10-20 Monterrey, NL, MEX FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 1:1 1977-10-22 Monterrey, NL, MEX FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 1:3 ARGENTINA 1978 - From / de 16 CONCACAF nations : 1 Qualified / Qualifiées (MEX).

CANADA SOCCER

MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


ÉQUIPE NATIONALE MASCULINE 1985-03-17 Kingston, JAM International / amical CAN MNT D 0:0 JAM Independance Park 1985-03-21 San José, CRC International / amical CAN MNT L 0:1 CRC 1985-03-24 San José, CRC International / amical CAN MNT D 0:0 CRC 1985-04-02 Vancouver, BC, CAN International / amical CAN MNT W 2:0 USA BC Place 1985-04-04 Portland, OR, USA International / amical CAN MNT D 1:1 USA Civic 1985-04-13 Victoria, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 2:0 HAI Royal Athletic Park 1985-04-20 Victoria, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 2:1 GUA Royal Athletic Park 1985-05-05 Guatemala, GUA FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 1:1 GUA Mateo Flores 1985-05-08 Port-au-Prince, HAI FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 2:0 HAI Sylvio Cator 1985-06-02 Seoul, KOR President’s Cup CAN MNT W 2:1 GHA 1985-06-09 Kwangju, KOR President’s Cup CAN MNT L 1:6 IRQ 1985-08-17 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 1:1 CRC Varsity 1985-08-25 Tegucigalpa, HON FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 1:0 HON Tiburcio Carías Andino 1985-09-01 San José, CRC FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 0:0 CRC Nacional 1985-09-14 St. John’s, NL, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 2:1 HON King George V Park 1985-09-14 Canada qualifies for the FIFA World Cup / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Canada wins 1985 CONCACAF Championship / Canada gagne le Championnat CONCACAF 1985 MEXICO 1986 / MEXIQUE 1986 - From / de 6 CONCACAF nations : 15 Qualified / Qualifiées (MEX, CAN). DATE LOCATION 1986-01-29 Vancouver, BC, CAN 1986-02-02 Miami, FL, USA 1986-02-05 Miami, FL, USA 1986-04-27 México, DF, MEX 1986-05-10 Toronto, ON, CAN 1986-05-19 Vancouver, BC, CAN 1986-05-24 Burnaby, BC, CAN 1986-06-01 León, GT, MEX 1986-06-06 Irapuato, GT, MEX 1986-06-09 Irapuato, GT, MEX

MATCH International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical FIFA World Cup FIFA World Cup FIFA World Cup

1986 - 1990 DATE LOCATION 1986-08-24 Kallang, SIN 1986-08-25 Kallang, SIN 1986-08-27 Kallang, SIN 1986-08-30 Kallang, SIN 1986-08-31 Kallang, SIN 1986-09-04 Kallang, SIN 1986-09-06 Kallang, SIN 1987-09-30 San Salvador, SLV 1987-10-02 Tegucigalpa, HON 1987-10-06 Toluca, ME, MEX 1988-02-18 Hamilton, BER 1988-03-26 Lima, PER 1988-03-30 Armenia, COL 1988-04-05 Kingston, JAM 1988-04-07 Montego Bay, JAM 1988-05-19 Montréal, QC, CAN 1988-05-21 Toronto, ON, CAN 1988-05-25 Toronto, ON, CAN 1988-05-28 Toronto, ON, CAN 1988-06-17 Montréal, QC, CAN 1988-07-15 Toronto, ON, CAN 1988-10-02 Port of Spain, TRI 1988-10-09 Guatemala, GUA

130

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA CAN MNT D 0:0 PAR BC Place CAN MNT L 1:3 URU CAN MNT D 0:0 USA Orange Bowl CAN MNT L 0:3 MEX Azul CAN MNT W 2:0 WAL Varsity CAN MNT L 0:3 WAL BC Place CAN MNT L 0:1 ENG Swangard CAN MNT L 0:1 FRA León CAN MNT L 0:2 HUN Revolucion CAN MNT L 0:2 URS Revolucion

17,000 15,000 9,150 4,181 2,886 5,202 30,000 7,000 5,000 15,000 13,486 37,000 23,398 7,500

ATT 18,003 15,054 5,182 16,000 13,142 9,007 8,150 65,500 13,800 14,200

CANADA MNT MATCH Merlion Cup Merlion Cup Merlion Cup Merlion Cup Merlion Cup Merlion Cup Merlion Cup International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical Sir Stanley Matthews Cup Sir Stanley Matthews Cup Sir Stanley Matthews Cup International / amical International / amical International / amical FIFA World Cup Qualifiers

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA CAN MNT W 1:0 SIN Nasional Singapura CAN MNT W 5:0 MAS Nasional Singapura CAN MNT D 0:0 PRK Nasional Singapura CAN MNT W 4:0 IND Nasional Singapura CAN MNT L 0:1 CHN Nasional Singapura CAN MNT L 0:2 PRK Nasional Singapura CAN MNT W 1:0 SIN Nasional Singapura CAN MNT L 1:2 SLV Cuscatlán CAN MNT D 1:1 HON Tiburcio Carías Andino CAN MNT L 0:4 MEX La Bombonera CAN MNT D 0:0 BER CAN MNT W 3:1 PER CAN MNT L 0:3 COL Centenario de Armenia CAN MNT W 4:0 JAM National CAN MNT D 0:0 JAM CAN MNT L 0:1 GRE Claude-Robillard CAN MNT L 0:3 GRE Varsity CAN MNT W 1:0 CHI Varsity CAN MNT D 0:0 GRE Varsity CAN MNT L 0:1 CRC Claude-Robillard CAN MNT L 1:2 POL Varsity CAN MNT W 2:1 TRI Queen’s Park Oval CAN MNT L 0:1 GUA Mateo Flores

ATT 13,000 2,628 4,000 25,000 30,000 20,000 45,000 35,000 6,000 5,137 8,763 4,178 10,531 3,568 9,113 17,065


1989 - 1994

CANADA MNT

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT 1989-04-12 Aalborg, DEN International / amical CAN MNT L 0:2 DEN Aalborg Stadion 10,400 1989-04-14 Toshaun, FRO International / amical CAN MNT L 0:1 FRO 4,000 1989-04-16 Toshaun, FRO International / amical CAN MNT W 1:0 FRO 4,000 1989-06-08 Ottawa, ON, CAN International / amical CAN MNT L 0:2 BEL Terry Fox Complex 3,000 1990-05-06 Burnaby, BC, CAN Corona Three Nations Cup CAN MNT W 1:0 USA-B Swangard 4,112 1990-05-13 Burnaby, BC, CAN Corona Three Nations Cup CAN MNT W 2:1 MEX Swangard 4,782 1990-05-13 Canada wins Three Nations Cup / Canada gagne la Coupe de trois nations DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT 1991-03-16 Torrance, CA, USA N. American Nations Cup CAN MNT L 0:2 USA Murdock 2,705 1991-06-28 Los Angeles, CA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT L 2:4 HON Memorial Coliseum 13,374 1991-06-30 Los Angeles, CA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT L 1:3 MEX Memorial Coliseum 4,797 1991-07-03 Los Angeles, CA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT W 3:2 JAM Memorial Coliseum 36,703 1992-04-02 Victoria, BC, CAN International / amical CAN MNT W 5:2 CHN Royal Athletic Park 1,400 1992-05-20 Toronto, ON, CAN International / amical CAN MNT L 1:3 SCO Varsity 10,872 1992-06-13 Toronto, ON, CAN Columbus 500 Cup CAN MNT W 3:1 HKG Varsity 1992-09-03 Saint John, NB, CAN International / amical CAN MNT L 0:2 USA 3,500 1992-10-09 Greensboro, NC, USA International / amical CAN MNT D 0:0 USA McCaskill Center 2,097 1992-10-18 Kingston, JAM FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 1:1 JAM National 17,000 1992-10-25 San Salvador, SLV FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 1:1 SLV Cuscatlán 16,342 1992-11-01 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 1:0 JAM Varsity 6,526 1992-11-08 Burnaby, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 2:3 SLV Swangard 6,269 1992-11-15 Burnaby, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 4:2 BER Swangard 4,093 1992-12-06 Hamilton, BER FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 0:0 BER National 1,200 1993-03-04 Los Angeles, CA, USA International / amical CAN MNT D 2:2 USA Le Bard 5,743 1993-03-09 Coquitlam, BC, CAN International / amical CAN MNT L 0:2 KOR Town Centre 1,554 1993-03-11 Victoria, BC, CAN International / amical CAN MNT W 2:0 KOR Royal Athletic Park 1,212 1993-03-24 Tibás, CRC International / amical CAN MNT W 1:0 CRC Ricardo Saprissa Aymá 2,000 1993-04-04 Tegucigalpa, HON FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 2:2 HON Tiburcio Carías Andino 30,000 1993-04-11 Burnaby, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 2:0 SLV Swangard 6,968 1993-04-18 Burnaby, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 3:1 HON Swangard 6,868 1993-04-25 México, DF, MEX FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 0:4 MEX Azteca 103,000 1993-05-02 San Salvador, SLV FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 2:1 SLV Cuscatlán 25,000 1993-05-09 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 1:2 MEX Varsity 12,000 1993-07-11 México, DF, MEX CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT D 1:1 CRC Azteca 48,000 1993-07-15 México, DF, MEX CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT D 2:2 MTQ Azteca 80,000 1993-07-18 México, DF, MEX CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT L 0:8 MEX Azteca 100,000 1993-07-31 Edmonton, AB, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 2:1 AUS Commonwealth 27,775 1993-08-15 Sydney, AUS FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 1:2 AUS Sydney Football 25,982 USA 1994 - From / de 6 CONCACAF nations : 2 Qualified / Qualifiées (USA, MEX). DATE LOCATION 1994-06-01 Montréal, QC, CAN 1994-06-05 Edmonton, AB, CAN 1994-06-08 Toronto, ON, CAN

MATCH International / amical International / amical International / amical

CANADA - SCORE - OPP CAN MNT D 1:1 MAR CAN MNT D 1:1 BRA CAN MNT L 0:2 GER

STADIA ATT Claude-Robillard 3,816 Commonwealth 51,936 Varsity 20,124

131

HALL of FAME

DATE LOCATION “B” MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT 1989-07-13 Mohamedin, MAR Jeux de la francophonie CAN “B” W 3:1 BFA 750 1989-07-16 Mohamedin, MAR Jeux de la francophonie CAN “B” D 0:0 CIV 1,000 1989-07-19 Casablanca, MAR Jeux de la francophonie CAN “B” W 2:1 COG King Mohammed V 20,000 1989-07-22 Casablanca, MAR Jeux de la francophonie CAN “B” W 4:1 MAR King Mohammed V 70,000 1989-07-22 Canada wins Francophone Games / Canada gagne les Jeux de la francophonie

HONOURS

6,318

NATIONAL

Swangard

INTERNATIONAL

1988-10-15 Burnaby, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 3:2 GUA ITALY 1990 / ITALIE 1990 - From / de 15 CONCACAF nations : 2 Qualified / Qualifiées (USA, CRC).

CANADA SOCCER

MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


ÉQUIPE NATIONALE MASCULINE 1994-06-10 Montréal, QC, CAN 1994-06-12 Toronto, ON, CAN

International / amical International / amical

1995 - 1998

CAN MNT L 0:2 ESP CAN MNT L 0:3 NED

Claude-Robillard 5,256 Varsity 20,104

CANADA MNT

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA 1995-01-24 Toronto, ON, CAN SkyDome Cup CAN MNT L 0:1 DEN SkyDome 1995-01-26 Toronto, ON, CAN SkyDome Cup CAN MNT D 1:1 POR SkyDome 1995-05-22 Edmonton, AB, CAN Canada Cup of Socer CAN MNT W 2:0 NIR Commonwealth 1995-05-28 Edmonton, AB, CAN Canada Cup CAN MNT L 1:2 CHI Commonwealth 1995-06-04 Toronto, ON, CAN International / amical CAN MNT L 1:3 TUR Varsity 1995-06-07 Montréal, QC, CAN International / amical CAN MNT L 0:3 TUR Claude-Robillard 1995-08-01 Toronto, ON, CAN Canada Caribana Cup CAN MNT W 3:1 JAM Varsity 1995-08-03 Toronto, ON, CAN Canada Caribana Cup CAN MNT W 3:1 TRI Varsity 1995-10-11 Concepcion, CHI International / amical CAN MNT L 0:2 CHI Municipale 1996-01-10 Anaheim, CA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT W 3:1 HON Anaheim 1996-01-12 Los Angeles, CA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT L 1:4 BRA Los Angeles Coliseum 1996-06-05 Toronto, ON, CAN Canada Cup CAN MNT L 0:1 CRC Varsity 1996-08-30 Edmonton, AB, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 3:1 PAN Commonwealth 1996-10-10 Edmonton, AB, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 2:0 CUB Commonwealth 1996-10-13 Edmonton, AB, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 2:0 CUB Commonwealth 1996-10-27 Ciudad Panamá, PAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 0:0 PAN Rommel Fernández 1996-11-03 Burnaby, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 1:0 SLV Swangard 1996-12-15 San Salvador, SLV FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 2:0 SLV Cuscatlán 1997-03-02 México, DF, MEX FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 0:4 MEX Azteca 1997-03-16 Palo Alto, CA, USA FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 0:3 USA Stanford 1997-04-06 Burnaby, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 0:0 SLV Swangard 1997-04-27 Burnaby, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 0:0 JAM Swangard 1997-06-01 Edmonton, AB, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 1:0 CRC Commonwealth 1997-08-17 Toronto, ON, CAN International / amical CAN MNT L 0:1 IRN Varsity 1997-09-07 Kingston, JAM FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 0:1 JAM National 1997-09-14 San Salvador, SLV FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 1:4 SLV Cuscatlán 1997-10-12 Edmonton, AB, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 2:2 MEX Commonwealth 1997-11-09 Burnaby, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 0:3 USA Swangard 1997-11-16 San José, CRC FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 1:3 CRC Nacional FRANCE 1998 - From / de 28 CONCACAF nations : 3 Qualified / Qualifiées (MEX, USA, JAM).

1998 - 2002 DATE LOCATION 1998-05-18 Toronto, ON, CAN 1999-04-27 Belfast, NIR 1999-05-29 Toronto, ON, CAN 1999-06-02 Edmonton, AB, CAN 1999-06-04 Edmonton, AB, CAN 1999-06-06 Edmonton, AB, CAN 1999-07-09 Fullerton, CA, USA 1999-09-02 Toronto, ON, CAN 1999-10-06 Los Angeles, CA, USA 1999-10-08 Los Angeles, CA, USA 1999-10-10 Los Angeles, CA, USA 2000-01-08 Port of Spain, TRI 2000-01-11 Hamilton, BER 2000-02-13 San Diego, CA, USA 2000-02-15 Los Angeles, CA, USA 2000-02-20 San Diego, CA, USA

132

ATT 10,024 13,658 10,000 15,000 8,000 1,000 5,000 3,000 11,700 27,125 8,234 3,822 5,240 4,900 7,800 7,388 6,858 15,233 90,000 28,896 8,312 7,634 9,100 15,325 30,000 27,767 11,806 8,420 4,200

CANADA MNT MATCH International / amical International / amical International / amical Canada Cup Canada Cup Canada Cup International / amical International / amical Gold Cup Qualifying Gold Cup Qualifying Gold Cup Qualifying International / amical International / amical CONCACAF Gold Cup CONCACAF Gold Cup CONCACAF Gold Cup

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA CAN MNT W 1:0 MKD Varsity CAN MNT D 1:1 NIR Windsor Park CAN MNT W 1:0 GUA Varsity CAN MNT W 2:0 GUA Commonwealth CAN MNT L 0:1 IRN Commonwealth CAN MNT L 1:2 ECU Commonwealth CAN MNT L 0:2 KSA CAN MNT W 1:0 JAM Varsity CAN MNT D 0:0 CUB LA Coliseum CAN MNT W 2:1 SLV LA Coliseum CAN MNT W 2:1 HAI LA Coliseum CAN MNT D 0:0 TRI Hasely Crawford CAN MNT W 2:0 BER National CAN MNT D 2:2 CRC Qualcomm CAN MNT D 0:0 KOR LA Memorial CAN MNT W 2:1 MEX Qualcomm

ATT 8,491 7,663 4,500 5,821 8,865 10,026 8,568 6,583 6,507 3,605 6,760 1,400 22,131 23,621 18,062


DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT 2000-05-27 Toronto, ON, CAN International / amical CAN MNT W 1:0 TRI Varsity 8,870 2000-05-30 Winnipeg, MB, CAN International / amical CAN MNT W 2:1 HON Winnipeg Complex 6,400 2000-06-04 Habana, CUB FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 1:0 CUB Pedro Marrero 6,000 2000-06-11 Winnipeg, MB, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 0:0 CUB Winnipeg Complex 9,000 2000-07-16 Edmonton, AB, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 0:2 TRI Commonwealth 25,000 2000-07-23 Ciudad Panamá, PAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 0:0 PAN Rommel Fernández 19,500 2000-08-15 México, DF, MEX FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 0:2 MEX Azteca 80,000 2000-09-03 Port of Spain, TRI FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 0:4 TRI Queen’s Park Oval 20,000 2000-10-09 Winnipeg, MB, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 1:0 PAN Winnipeg 3,000 2000-11-15 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 0:0 MEX Varsity 6,465 KOREA-JAPAN 2002 / CORÉE-JAPON 2002 - From / de 34 CONCACAF nations : 3 Qualified / Qualifiées (CRC, MEX, USA). 2001-04-24 Cairo, EGY LG Cup CAN MNT L 0:3 EGY Cairo National 2001-04-26 Cairo, EGY LG Cup CAN MNT W 1:0 IRN Cairo National 2001-05-31 Niigata, JPN FIFA Confederations Cup CAN MNT L 0:3 JPN Niigata Big Swan 39,006 2001-06-02 Ibaraki, JPN FIFA Confederations Cup CAN MNT D 0:0 BRA Kashima 12,095 2001-06-04 Niigata, JPN FIFA Confederations Cup CAN MNT L 0:2 CMR Niigata Big Swan 15,822

133

NATIONAL

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT 2001-11-14 Paola, MLT International / amical CAN MNT L 1:2 MLT Hibernian Grounds 2002-01-18 Miami, FL, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT W 2:0 HAI Orange Bowl 14,508 2002-01-22 Miami, FL, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT L 0:2 ECU Orange Bowl 3,827 2002-01-26 Miami, FL, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT D 1:1 MTQ Orange Bowl 14,823 2002-01-30 Pasadena, CA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT D 0:0 USA Rose Bowl 7,241 2002-02-02 Pasadena, CA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT W 2:1 KOR Rose Bowl 14,432 2002-05-15 St. Gallen, SUI International / amical CAN MNT W 3:1 SUI Espenmoos 2002-10-15 Edinburgh, SCO International / amical CAN MNT L 1:3 SCO Easter Road 16,207 2003-01-18 Ft Lauderdale, FL, USA International / amical CAN MNT L 0:4 USA Lockhart 6,549 2003-02-12 Tripoli, LBY International / amical CAN MNT W 4:2 LBY 11 June 45,000 2003-03-29 Tallinn, EST International / amical CAN MNT L 1:2 EST A. Le Coq 4,000 2003-06-01 Wolfsburg, GER International / amical CAN MNT L 1:4 GER Volkswagen Arena 23,000 2003-07-12 Foxborough, MA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT W 1:0 CRC Gillette 33,652 2003-07-14 Foxborough, MA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT L 0:2 CUB Gillette 8,780 2003-10-11 Tampere, FIN International / amical CAN MNT L 2:3 FIN Ratina 2003-11-15 Teplice, CZE International / amical CAN MNT L 1:5 CZE Na Stínadlech 8,343 2003-11-18 Dublin, IRL International / amical CAN MNT L 0:3 IRL Lansdowne Road 23,000 2004-01-18 Bridgetown, BRB International / amical CAN MNT W 1:0 BRB Waterford National 2004-05-30 Wrexham, WAL International / amical CAN MNT L 0:1 WAL Racecourse Ground 2004-06-13 Kingston, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 4:0 BLZ Richardson 8,245 2004-06-16 Kingston, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 4:0 BLZ Richardson 5,123 2004-08-18 Burnaby, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 0:2 GUA Swangard 6,500 2004-09-04 Edmonton, AB, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 1:1 HON Commonwealth 9,654 2004-09-08 Tibás, CRC FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 0:1 CRC Ricardo Saprissa 13,000 2004-10-09 San Pedro Sula, HON FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 1:1 HON Olímpico Metropolitano 42,000 2004-10-13 Burnaby, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 1:3 CRC Swangard 4,728 2004-11-17 Guatemala, GUA FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 1:0 GUA Mateo Flores 18,000 GERMANY 2006 / ALLEMAGNE 2006 - From / de 34 CONCACAF nations : 4 Qualified / Qualifiées (USA, MEX, CRC, TRI). 2005-02-09 Belfast, NIR International / amical CAN MNT W 1:0 NIR Windsor Park 2005-03-26 Barcelos, POR International / amical CAN MNT L 1:4 POR Cidade de Barcelos 2005-07-02 Burnaby, BC, CAN International / amical CAN MNT L 1:2 HON Swangard 4,000 2005-07-07 Seattle, WA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT L 0:1 CRC Qwest Field 15,831

HONOURS

CANADA MNT

INTERNATIONAL

2001 - 2006

HALL of FAME

2000-02-24 Los Angeles, CA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT W 1:0 TRI LA Memorial 2,841 Canada qualifies for the FIFA Confederations Cup / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe des Confédérations de la FIFA 2000-02-27 Los Angeles, CA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT W 2:0 COL LA Memorial 7,000 Canada wins 2000 CONCACAF Championship / Canada gagne le Championnat CONCACAF 2000

CANADA SOCCER

MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


ÉQUIPE NATIONALE MASCULINE 2005-07-09 Seattle, WA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT L 0:2 USA Qwest Field 15,109 2005-07-12 Foxborough, MA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT W 2:1 CUB Gillette 15,211 2005-09-03 Santander, ESP International / amical CAN MNT L 1:2 ESP El Sardinero 11,978 2005-11-16 Hesperange, LUX International / amical CAN MNT W 1:0 LUX Alphonse Theis 2006-01-22 San Diego, CA, USA International / amical CAN MNT D 0:0 USA Torero 6,077 2006-03-01 Vienna, AUT International / amical CAN MNT W 2:0 AUT Ernst Happel 9,000 2006-09-04 Montréal, QC, CAN International / amical CAN MNT W 1:0 JAM Claude-Robillard 6,526 2006-10-08 Kingston, JAM International / amical CAN MNT L 1:2 JAM National 5,000 2006-11-15 Székesfehérvár, HUN International / amical CAN MNT L 0:1 HUN Sóstói Stadion 2007-03-25 Hamilton, BER International / amical CAN MNT W 3:0 BER National 2007-06-01 Maracaibo, VEN International / amical CAN MNT D 2:2 VEN José Romero 20,000 2007-06-06 Miami, FL, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT W 2:1 CRC Orange Bowl 17,420 2007-06-09 Miami, FL, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT L 1:2 GLP Orange Bowl 22,529 2007-06-11 Miami, FL, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT W 2:0 HAI Orange Bowl 15,892 2007-06-16 Foxborough, MA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT W 3:0 GUA Gillette 22,412 2007-06-21 Chicago, IL, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN MNT L 1:2 USA Soldier Field 50,790 2007-08-22 Reykjavík, ISL International / amical CAN MNT D 1:1 ISL Laugardalsvöllur 5,000 2007-09-12 Toronto, ON, CAN International / amical CAN MNT D 1:1 CRC BMO Field 9,325 2007-11-20 Durban, RSA International / amical CAN MNT L 0:2 RSA ABSA 2008-01-30 Fort-de-France, MTQ International / amical CAN MNT W 1:0 MTQ Louis Achille 2008-03-26 Tallinn, EST International / amical CAN MNT L 0:2 EST A. Le Coq 2008-05-31 Seattle, WA, USA International / amical CAN MNT L 2:3 BRA QWest Field 47,052 2008-06-04 Sunrise, FL, USA International / amical CAN MNT D 2:2 PAN Holiday Inn Sunrise 2008-06-15 Kingstown, VIN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 3:0 VIN Arnos Vale 6,500 2008-06-20 Montréal, QC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 4:1 VIN Saputo 11,502 2008-08-20 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 1:1 JAM BMO Field 21,978 2008-09-06 Montréal, QC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 1:2 HON Saputo 12,338 2008-09-10 Tuxtla Gutierrez, CS, MEX FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 1:2 MEX Victor Manuel Reyna 26,900 2008-10-11 San Pedro Sula, HON FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 1:3 HON Olímpico Metropolitano 35,000 2008-10-15 Edmonton, AB, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 2:2 MEX Commonwealth 14,145 2008-11-19 Kingston, JAM FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 0:3 JAM National 28,000 SOUTH AFRICA 2010 / AFRIQUE DU SUD 2010 - From / de 34 CONCACAF nations : 3 Qualified / Qualifiées (USA, MEX, HON).

2009 - 2014 DATE LOCATION 2009-05-30 Larnaka, CYP 2009-06-30 Oxnard, CA, USA 2009-07-03 Carson, CA, USA 2009-07-07 Columbus, OH, USA 2009-07-10 Miami, FL, USA 2009-07-18 Philadelphia, PA, USA 2009-11-14 Strumica, MKD 2009-11-18 Bydgoszcz, POL 2010-01-31 Kingston, JAM 2010-05-24 Buenos Aires, ARG 2010-05-29 Mérida, VEN 2010-09-04 Toronto, ON, CAN 2010-09-07 Montréal, QC, CAN 2010-10-08 Kyiv, UKR 2011-02-09 Larissa, GRE 2011-06-07 Detroit, MI, USA 2011-06-11 Tampa, FL, USA 2011-06-14 Kansas City, KS, USA 2011-03-29 Antalya, TUR 2011-06-01 Toronto, ON, CAN 2011-09-02 Toronto, ON, CAN 2011-09-06 Bayamón, PUR 2011-10-07 Gros Islet, LCA

134

CANADA MNT MATCH International / amical International / amical CONCACAF Gold Cup CONCACAF Gold Cup CONCACAF Gold Cup CONCACAF Gold Cup International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical CONCACAF Gold Cup CONCACAF Gold Cup CONCACAF Gold Cup International / amical International / amical FIFA World Cup Qualifiers FIFA World Cup Qualifiers FIFA World Cup Qualifiers

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA CAN MNT W 1:0 CYP Antonis Papadopoulos CAN MNT W 3:0 GUA Oxnard College CAN MNT W 1:0 JAM Home Depot Center CAN MNT W 1:0 SLV Crew CAN MNT D 2:2 CRC FIU CAN MNT L 0:1 HON Lincoln Financial Field CAN MNT L 0:3 MKD Mladost Strumica CAN MNT L 0:1 POL Z. Krzyszkowiaka CAN MNT L 0:1 JAM National CAN MNT L 0:5 ARG River Plate CAN MNT D 1:1 VEN Olímpico Metropolitano CAN MNT L 0:2 PER BMO Field CAN MNT W 2:1 HON Saputo CAN MNT D 2:2 UKR Valeriy Lobanosvskyi CAN MNT L 0:1 GRE A.E.L FC Arena CAN MNT L 0:2 USA Ford Field CAN MNT W 1:0 GLP Raymond James CAN MNT D 1:1 PAN Sporting Park CAN MNT W 1:0 BLR Antalya Atatürk CAN MNT D 2:2 ECU BMO Field CAN MNT W 4:1 LCA BMO Field CAN MNT W 3:0 PUR Juán Rámon Loubriel CAN MNT W 7:0 LCA Beausejour

ATT 200 200 27,000 7,059 17,269 31,087 6,000 8,000 14,000 66,000 20,000 10,619 7,525 9,100 14,800 28,209 27,731 20,109 100 14,356 11,500 4,000 1,005


135

HALL of FAME

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT CAN MNT L 1:3 ARM Tsirio 200 CAN MNT D 0:0 USA BMO Field 15,247 CAN MNT W 2:0 TRI Central Broward 200 CAN MNT L 0:4 DEN Kino Veterans 3,042 CAN MNT D 0:0 USA BBVA Compass 11,737 CAN MNT L 1:2 JPN Khalifa International 2,000 CAN MNT L 0:1 MTQ Rose Bowl 28,385 CAN MNT L 0:2 MEX CenturyLink 28,354 CAN MNT D 0:0 PAN Sports Authority 25,895 CAN MNT L 0:2 BLR Aspire Zone 100 CAN MNT L 0:1 CRC Commonwealth 8,102 CAN MNT D 0:0 MTN Oliva Nova 300 CAN MNT L 0:1 MTN Oliva Nova 200 CAN MNT L 0:3 AUS Craven Cottage 3,741 CAN MNT L 0:2 CZE Andrův stadion 9,749 CAN MNT L 0:1 SVN Arena Petrol 2,500 CAN MNT W 3:1 JAM BMO Field 12,162 CAN MNT D 0:0 PAN Rommel Fernández CAN MNT D 1:1 BUL Sonnenseestation 50 CAN MNT D 1:1 MDA SVU Mauer 1,000 CAN MNT L 0:1 COL Red Bull Arena CAN MNT L 1:2 ISL Central Florida 100 CAN MNT D 1:1 ISL Central Florida 200 CAN MNT W 1:0 GUA Lockhart 5 CAN MNT W 3:0 PUR Juan Rámon 8,952 CAN MNT D 0:0 SLV Stub Hub Center 22,468 CAN MNT L 0:1 JAM BBVA Compass 22,017 CAN MNT D 0:0 CRC BMO Field 16,700 CAN MNT W 2:0 DMA Windsor Park CAN MNT W 4:0 DMA BMO Field 9,749 CAN MNT W 3:0 BLZ BMO Field 10,412 CAN MNT D 1:1 BLZ FFB 1,800 CAN MNT D 1:1 GHA RFK 2,300 CAN MNT W 1:0 HON BC Place 20,108 CAN MNT D 0:0 SLV Cuscatlán 7,416 CAN MNT L 0:1 USA StubHub Center 9,274 CAN MNT L 0:3 MEX BC Place 54,798 CAN MNT L 0:2 MEX Azteca 64,430 CAN MNT D 1:1 AZE Rohrbach an der Lafnitz 150 CAN MNT W 2:1 UZB Bad Waltersdorf 50 CAN MNT L 1:2 HON Olímpico Metropolitano 39,000 CAN MNT W 3:1 SLV BC Place 20,726 CAN MNT W 4:0 MTN Grand de Marrakech 200 CAN MNT L 0:4 MAR Grand de Marrakech 8,000 CAN MNT L 0:2 KOR Cheonan 18,920

HONOURS

DATE LOCATION MATCH 2012-02-29 Limassol, CYP International / amical 2012-06-03 Toronto, ON, CAN International / amical 2012-08-15 Lauderhill, FL, USA International / amical 2013-01-26 Tucson, AZ, USA International / amical 2013-01-29 Houston, TX, USA International / amical 2013-03-22 Doha, QAT International / amical 2013-07-07 Pasadena, CA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup 2013-07-11 Seattle, WA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup 2013-07-14 Denver, CO, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup 2013-03-25 Doha, QAT International / amical 2013-05-28 Edmonton, AB, CAN International / amical 2013-09-08 Oliva, ESP International / amical 2013-09-10 Oliva, ESP International / amical 2013-10-15 London, ENG International / amical 2013-11-15 Olomouc, CZE International / amical 2013-11-19 Celje, SVN International / amical 2014-09-09 Toronto, ON, CAN International / amical 2014-11-18 Ciudad Panamá, PAN International / amical 2014-05-23 Ritzing, AUT International / amical 2014-05-27 Mauer, AUT International / amical 2014-10-14 Harrison, NJ, USA International / amical 2015-01-16 Orlando, FL, USA International / amical 2015-01-19 Orlando, FL, USA International / amical 2015-03-27 Ft Lauderdale, FL, USA International / amical 2015-03-30 Bayamón, PUR International / amical 2015-07-08 Carson, CA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup 2015-07-11 Houston, TX, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup 2015-07-14 Toronto, ON, CAN CONCACAF Gold Cup 2015-06-11 Roseau, DMA FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2015-06-16 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2015-09-04 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2015-09-08 Belmopán, BLZ FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2015-10-13 Washington, DC, USA International / amical 2015-11-13 Vancouver, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2015-11-17 San Salvador, SLV FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2016-02-05 Carson, CA, USA International / amical 2016-03-25 Vancouver, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2016-03-29 México, DF, MEX FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2016-06-03 Rohrbach, AUT International / amical 2016-06-07 Bad Waltersdorf, AUT International / amical 2016-09-02 San Pedro Sula, HON FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2016-09-06 Vancouver, BC, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2016-10-06 Marrakech, MAR International / amical 2016-10-11 Marrakech, MAR International / amical 2016-11-11 Cheonan, KOR International / amical

CANADA MNT

NATIONAL

2013 - 2018

12,178 4,000 10,235 7,000 16,132 17,586 21,853 17,712 38,000

INTERNATIONAL

2011-10-11 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 0:0 PUR BMO Field 2011-11-11 Basseterre, SKN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 0:0 SKN Warner Park Football 2011-11-15 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 4:0 SKN BMO Field 2012-06-08 Habana, CUB FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 1:0 CUB Pedro Marrero 2012-06-12 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT D 0:0 HON BMO Field 2012-09-07 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 1:0 PAN BMO Field 2012-09-11 Ciudad Panamá, PAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 0:2 PAN Rommel Fernández 2012-10-12 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT W 3:0 CUB BMO Field 2012-10-16 San Pedro Sula, HON FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CAN MNT L 1:8 HON Olímpico Metropolitano BRAZIL 2014 / BRÉSIL 2014 - From / de 35 CONCACAF nations : 4 Qualified / Qualifiées (MEX, USA, CRC, HON).

CANADA SOCCER

MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


ÉQUIPE OLYMPIQUE MASCULINE 1904

CANADA OLY

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA 1904-11-16 St. Louis, MO, USA Olympic Football Tournament CAN OLY W 7:0 USA 1904-11-17 St. Louis, MO, USA Olympic Football Tournament CAN OLY W 4:0 USA 1904-11-17 Canada wins Olympic gold / Canada gagne la Tournoi olympique

1937 DATE LOCATION 1937-07-16 Dallas, TX, USA 1937-07-18 Dallas, TX, USA

CANADA OLY MATCH Pan American Exposition Pan American Exposition

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA CAN OLY W 3:2 X(USA) CAN OLY L 1:8 ARG

1965 - 1968 DATE LOCATION 1967-06-21 Edmonton, AB, CAN 1967-06-24 Edmonton, AB, CAN 1967-07-25 Winnipeg, MB, CAN 1967-07-27 Winnipeg, MB, CAN 1967-07-29 Winnipeg, MB, CAN 1967-08-01 Winnipeg, MB, CAN 1967-08-03 Winnipeg, MB, CAN

MATCH Olympic Qualifying Olympic Qualifying Pan American Games Pan American Games Pan American Games Pan American Games Pan American Games

CANADA - SCORE - OPP CAN OLY D 1:1 CUB CAN OLY L 1:2 CUB CAN OLY W 2:1 CUB CAN OLY W 2:1 USA CAN OLY D 2:2 BER CAN OLY L 1:2 MEX CAN OLY L 1:4 TRI

136

STADIA Clarke Clarke Alexander Park Alexander Park Alexander Park Alexander Park Alexander Park

ATT 4,000 7,000 5,000 7,000 1,000 3,000

CANADA OLY MATCH Olympic Qualification Olympic Qualification Olympic Qualification Pan American Games Pan American Games Pan American Games Pan American Games Pan American Games Pan American Games Pan American Games Pan American Games Olympic Qualification

1973 - 1976 DATE LOCATION 1973-09-30 Valletta, MLT 1973-10-07 Luxembourg, LUX 1975-07-06 Montréal, QC, CAN 1975-07-09 Toronto, ON, CAN 1975-07-29 Toronto, ON, CAN 1975-07-31 Ottawa, ON, CAN 1975-08-06 Toronto, ON, CAN 1975-08-10 Montréal, QC, CAN 1975-10-10

ATT

CANADA OLY

1969 - 1972 DATE LOCATION 1971-05-30 Hamilton, BER 1971-06-08 México, DF, MEX 1971-06-13 Toronto, ON, CAN 1971-08-01 Cali, COL 1971-08-02 Cali, COL 1971-08-05 Cali, COL 1971-08-07 Buga, COL 1971-08-08 Cali, COL 1971-08-09 Cali, COL 1971-08-11 Cali, COL 1971-08-12 Palmira, COL 1971-08-24 Vancouver, BC, CAN

ATT

CANADA - SCORE - OPP CAN OLY W 3:0 BER CAN OLY L 0:1 MEX CAN OLY D 1:1 BER CAN OLY W 4:0 DOM CAN OLY L 1:2 COL CAN OLY W 5:0 BAH CAN OLY L 0:2 ARG CAN OLY W 3:2 COL CAN OLY D 1:1 USA CAN OLY L 0:1 TRI CAN OLY L 0:1 CUB CAN OLY W 1:0 MEX

STADIA National Azteca Varsity Pascual Guerrero Pascual Guerrero Pascual Guerrero Buga Pascual Guerrero Pascual Guerrero R. Escobar R. Escobar Empire

ATT 1,500 30,000 3,103 15,000 35,000 10,000 14,000 50,000 10,000 5,000 5,000 3,964

CANADA OLY MATCH International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT CAN OLY D 0:0 MLT Gzira 2,000 CAN OLY W 2:0 LUX 1,242 CAN OLY L 1:8 POL Autostade 10,000 CAN OLY L 1:4 POL Varsity 14,321 CAN OLY L 0:3 DDR Varsity 7,028 CAN OLY L 1:7 DDR Frank Clair 8,346 CAN OLY L 1:4 HUN Varsity 6,542 CAN OLY L 2:3 HUN 7,100 CAN OLY W 6:2 USA


0:0 0:2 0:8 1:2 1:3

JAM ARG MEX URS PRK

Cuauhtémoc Cuauhtémoc Nemesio Díez 30,000 Olympique 24,591 Varsity 12,638

CANADA OLY MATCH Olympic / Pan Am Qualifiers Olympic / Pan Am Qualifiers Olympic / Pan Am Qualifiers Olympic Qualifying

1981 - 1984

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA CAN OLY L 0:3 BER National CAN OLY D 0:0 USA National CAN OLY W 3:2 MEX National Stadiu CAN OLY L 2:5 BER Frank Clair (TD Place)

ATT 5,500 5,500 9,000 5,000

CANADA OLY

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT 1983-05-08 Burnaby, BC, CAN Olympic Qualifying CAN OLY W 6:0 BER Swangard 1,400 1983-05-15 Hamilton, BER Olympic Qualifying CAN OLY D 1:1 BER 1,500 1983-07-06 E. Rutherford, NJ, USA Pan American Qualification CAN OLY D 1:1 USA Giants 5,500 1983-07-10 Hamilton, ON, CAN Pan American Qualification CAN OLY L 2:3 USA McMaster 1983-10-23 Victoria, BC, CAN Olympic Qualifying CAN OLY W 1:0 MEX Royal Athletic Park 6,790 1983-11-06 Toluca, ME, MEX Olympic Qualifying CAN OLY L 1:2 MEX Nemesio Diez 12,000 1983-12-20 Ft Lauderdale, FL, USA Olympic Qualifying CAN OLY W 1:0 MEX Lockhart 1,200 1984-04-01 San José, CRC Olympic Qualifying CAN OLY D 0:0 CRC Nacional 12,790 1984-04-14 Victoria, BC, CAN Olympic Qualifying CAN OLY W 3:0 CUB Royal Athletic Park 6,000 1984-04-18 Victoria, BC, CAN Olympic Qualifying CAN OLY D 0:0 CRC Royal Athletic Park 5,000 Canada qualifies for the Men’s Olympic Football Tournament / Le Canada se qualifie pour le Tournoi olympique de football DATE LOCATION 1984-07-30 Cambridge, MA, USA 1984-08-01 Annapolis, MD, USA 1984-08-03 Cambridge, MA, USA 1984-08-06 Palo Alto, CA, USA

MATCH Olympic Football Tournament Olympic Football Tournament Olympic Football Tournament Olympic Football Tournament

1985 - 1988 DATE LOCATION 1987-04-18 Hamilton, BER 1987-04-25 Hamilton, ON, CAN 1987-05-23 Saint John, NB, CAN 1987-05-30 St. Louis, MO, USA 1987-08-10 Indianapolis, IN, USA 1987-08-13 Indianapolis, IN, USA 1987-08-16 Indianapolis, IN, USA

ATT 16,730 20,000 27,621 36,150

CANADA OLY MATCH Pan American Qualification Pan American Qualification Olympic Qualifying Olympic Qualifying Pan American Games Pan American Games Pan American Games

1989 - 1992 DATE LOCATION 1991-08-05 Habana, CUB 1991-08-07 Habana, CUB 1991-08-09 Habana, CUB 1991-05-05 Burnaby, BC, CAN

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA CAN OLY D 1:1 IRQ Harvard CAN OLY L 0:1 YUG Navy-Marine Corps CAN OLY W 3:1 CMR Harvard CAN OLY D 1:1 BRA Stanford

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT CAN OLY W 1:0 BER PHC National 1,200 CAN OLY W 1:0 BER Ivor Wynne 1,500 CAN OLY W 2:0 USA Canada Games 7,025 CAN OLY L 0:3 USA St. Louis Soccer Park 5,253 canm19 L 1:4 BRA William Kuntz Soccer Center canm19 D 2:2 CHI William Kuntz Soccer Center canm19 L 0:2 CUB William Kuntz Soccer Center

CANADA OLY MATCH Pan American Games Pan American Games Pan American Games CONCACAF Oly. Qualif.

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canm18 L 1:3 HON U-23 canm18 L 1:3 USA U-23 Santiago canm18 L 1:3 SUR U-23 canm23 W 3:0 TRI Swangard

ATT 1,800 3,167

137

HALL of FAME

DATE LOCATION 1979-04-01 Hamilton, BER 1979-04-05 Hamilton, BER 1979-04-08 Hamilton, BER 1979-05-27 Ottawa, ON, CAN

D L L L L

HONOURS

1977 - 1980

CAN OLY CAN OLY CAN OLY CAN OLY CAN OLY

NATIONAL

Pan American Games Pan American Games Pan American Games Olympic Football Tournament Olympic Football Tournament

INTERNATIONAL

1975-10-13 Puebla, PB, MEX 1975-10-17 Puebla, PB, MEX 1975-10-19 Toluca, ME, MEX 1976-07-19 Montréal, QC, CAN 1976-07-21 Toronto, ON, CAN

CANADA SOCCER

MEN’S OLYMPIC TEAM


ÉQUIPE OLYMPIQUE MASCULINE 1991-05-12 San Salvador, SLV 1991-05-19 Port of Spain, TRI 1991-08-31 Burnaby, BC, CAN 1992-04-05 Burnaby, BC, CAN 1992-04-12 Burnaby, BC, CAN 1992-04-21 México, DF, MEX 1992-04-26 San Pedro Sula, HON 1992-05-10 Bloomington, ID, USA 1992-05-17 Saint John, NB, CAN

CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif.

canm23 canm23 canm23 canm23 canm23 canm23 canm23 canm23 canm23

L 1:3 W 3:1 W 4:0 D 1:1 D 2:2 L 1:4 L 0:1 L 1:3 W 2:1

SLV Cuscatlán TRI National SLV Swangard 3,829 MEX Swangard 3,618 HON Swangard 3,209 MEX Azulgrana 25,000 HON Francisco Morazán 10,000 USA 6,582 USA Saint John 2,500

1993 - 1996

CANADA OLY

DATE LOCATION 1994-07-03 Paris, FRA 1994-07-05 Paris, FRA 1994-07-09 Paris, FRA 1994-12-02 Kingston, JAM 1994-12-04 Kingston, JAM

MATCH Jeux de la francophonie Jeux de la francophonie Jeux de la francophonie Pan American Qualification Pan American Qualification

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canm23 L 0:3 FRA canm23 L 1:3 EGY canm23 W 5:2 GNB canm23 D 0:0 BER National canm23 L 0:2 BER National

DATE LOCATION 1996-05-10 Edmonton, AB, CAN 1996-05-13 Edmonton, AB, CAN 1996-05-15 Edmonton, AB, CAN 1996-05-17 Edmonton, AB, CAN 1996-05-19 Edmonton, AB, CAN 1996-05-26 Edmonton, AB, CAN 1996-06-02 Sydney, AUS

MATCH CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. Olympic Qualifiers Olympic Qualifiers

CANADA - SCORE - OPP canm23 W 3:0 JAM canm23 D 0:0 TRI canm23 W 4:2 SLV canm23 D 0:0 CRC canm23 L 0:1 MEX canm23 D 2:2 AUS canm23 L 0:5 AUS

1997 - 2000

ATT

1,532

STADIA ATT Commonwealth 7,029 Commonwealth 4,952 Commonwealth 4,818 Commonwealth 8,831 Commonwealth 19,401 Commonwealth 13,049 Sydney 25,809

CANADA OLY

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT 1997-08-29 Antananarivo, MAD Jeux de la francophonie canm20 W 2:0 NIG 1997-08-31 Antananarivo, MAD Jeux de la francophonie canm20 D 0:0 CGO 1997-09-02 Antananarivo, MAD Jeux de la francophonie canm20 L 0:2 BEN 1997-09-04 Antananarivo, MAD Jeux de la francophonie canm20 W 1:0 CMR 35,000 1997-09-06 Antananarivo, MAD Jeux de la francophonie canm20 D 0:0 CGO 40,000 1997-09-06 Canada wins Francophone Games / Canada gagne les Jeux de la francophonie DATE LOCATION 1999-07-24 Winnipeg, MB, CAN 1999-07-26 Winnipeg, MB, CAN 1999-07-28 Winnipeg, MB, CAN 1999-08-01 Winnipeg, MB, CAN 1999-08-03 Winnipeg, MB, CAN 1999-08-05 Winnipeg, MB, CAN

MATCH Pan American Games Pan American Games Pan American Games Pan American Games Pan American Games Pan American Games

CANADA - SCORE - OPP canm23 D 1:1 CRC canm23 W 2:0 TRI canm23 W 2:1 GUA canm23 L 0:2 MEX canm23 L 0:2 HON canm23 L 1:2 USA

STADIA Winnipeg Complex Winnipeg Complex Winnipeg Complex Winnipeg Complex Winnipeg Complex Winnipeg Complex

ATT

DATE LOCATION 2000-03-21 Port of Spain, TRI 2000-03-23 Port of Spain, TRI 2000-03-25 Port of Spain, TRI 2000-04-23 Hershey, PA, USA 2000-04-25 Hershey, PA, USA

MATCH CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif.

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canm23 D 0:0 GUA Havelange Centre canm23 W 1:0 ANT Havelange Centre canm23 W 2:0 TRI Hasely Crawford canm23 L 0:2 HON Hershey Park canm23 D 0:0 USA Hershey Park

ATT 1,000 1,000 1,000 8,580 5,798

138


DATE LOCATION 2001-07-13 Ottawa, ON, CAN 2001-07-15 Ottawa, ON, CAN 2001-07-17 Ottawa, ON, CAN 2001-07-19 Ottawa, ON, CAN

MATCH Jeux de la francophonie Jeux de la francophonie Jeux de la francophonie Jeux de la francophonie

CANADA - SCORE - OPP canm23 L 0:1 GAB canm23 L 1:2 EGY canm23 W 4:0 BUL canm23 D 2:2 FRA

DATE LOCATION 2003-09-07 Fredericksted, VIR 2003-09-10 Saint John, NB, CAN 2003-11-15 San Salvador, SLV 2003-11-19 Kelowna, BC, CAN 2004-02-03 Guadalajara, JA, MEX 2004-02-05 Guadalajara, JA, MEX 2004-02-07 Guadalajara, JA, MEX

MATCH CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif.

CANADA - SCORE - OPP canm23 W 10:0 VIR canm23 W 14:0 VIR canm23 L 0:1 SLV canm23 W 1:0 SLV canm23 L 0:1 HON canm23 L 0:2 USA canm23 L 1:2 PAN

2005 - 2008

STADIA ATT U. of Ottawa 560 Frank Clair 10,600 Frank Clair Frank Clair STADIA Paul E. Joseph Saint John Cuscatlán Apple Bowl 3 de Marzo 3 de Marzo 3 de Marzo

ATT 1,000 3,050 6,900 2,276 2,500 1,500 1,000

CANADA OLY

DATE LOCATION 2005-12-06 Niamey, NIG 2005-12-08 Niamey, NIG 2005-12-10 Niamey, NIG

MATCH Jeux de la francophonie Jeux de la francophonie Jeux de la francophonie

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canm19 L 0:5 CMR Municipal de Niamey canm19 L 1:6 NIG Municipal de Niamey canm19 L 0:2 CIV Municipal de Niamey

DATE LOCATION 2008-03-12 Carson, CA, USA 2008-03-14 Carson, CA, USA 2008-03-16 Carson, CA, USA 2008-03-20 Nashville, TN, USA 2008-03-23 Nashville, TN, USA

MATCH CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif.

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT canm23 D 1:1 MEX Home Depot Center 9,949 canm23 L 1:2 HAI Home Depot Center 19,638 canm23 W 5:0 GUA Home Depot Center 8,651 canm23 L 0:3 USA LP Field 13,201 canm23 D 0:0 GUA LP Field 12,663

CANADA OLY MATCH Jeux de la francophonie Jeux de la francophonie Jeux de la francophonie Jeux de la francophonie

CANADA - SCORE - OPP canm20 L 2:3 RWA canm20 W 2:0 CMR canm20 D 2:2 CGO canm20 L 1:3 MAR

DATE LOCATION 2012-03-22 Nashville, TN, USA 2012-03-24 Nashville, TN, USA 2012-03-26 Nashville, TN, USA 2012-03-31 Kansas City, KS, USA

MATCH CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif.

CANADA - SCORE - OPP canm23 D 0:0 SLV canm23 W 2:0 USA canm23 D 1:1 CUB canm23 L 1:3 MEX

2013 - 2016 DATE LOCATION 2015-10-01 Kansas City, KS, USA 2015-10-03 Kansas City, KS, USA 2015-10-06 Commerce, CO, USA 2015-10-10 Sandy, UT, USA 2015-10-13 Sandy, UT, USA

STADIA Beyrouth Rafic Hariri Beyrouth Beyrouth

ATT

STADIA ATT LP Field 4,269 LP Field 10,578 LP Field 7,889 Sporting Park 16,101

CANADA OLY MATCH CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif.

CANADA - SCORE - OPP canm23 L 1:3 USA canm23 W 3:1 PAN canm23 D 2:2 CUB canm23 L 0:2 MEX canm23 L 0:2 USA

STADIA Sporting Park Sporting Park Dick’s Rio Tinto Rio Tinto

ATT 3,827 3,755 3,313 2,633 4,760

139

NATIONAL

DATE LOCATION 2009-09-26 Beyrouth, LIB 2009-09-30 Saïda, LIB 2009-10-03 Beyrouth, LIB 2009-10-05 Beyrouth, LIB

INTERNATIONAL

2009 - 2012

ATT

HALL of FAME

CANADA OLY

HONOURS

2001 - 2004

CANADA SOCCER

MEN’S OLYMPIC TEAM


ÉQUIPES MASCULINES JUVÉNILES 1973 - 1989

CANADA U-16 / U-19

DATE LOCATION 1973-02-20 Puebla, PB, MEX 1973-02-22 Puebla, PB, MEX 1973-02-25 Toluca, ME, MEX 1973-02-28 Puebla, PB, MEX 1974-08-17 Toronto, ON, CAN 1974-08-21 Toronto, ON, CAN 1974-08-24 Toronto, ON, CAN 1974-08-26 London, ON, CAN

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT canm19 D 1:1 NCA Cuauhtémoc 12,000 canm19 L 1:2 MEX Cuauhtémoc 28,000 canm19 L 0:1 GUA Nemesio Díez 22,000 canm19 L 0:2 CUB canm19 W 4:1 BER Varsity 3,412 canm19 W 5:0 DOM York 2,500 canm19 W 2:1 NCA York canm19 D 2:2 CUB J.W. Little 1,500

DATE LOCATION 1976-09-20 San Juan, PUR 1976-09-22 San Juan, PUR 1976-09-24 San Juan, PUR 1976-09-26 San Juan, PUR 1976-09-28 San Juan, PUR 1976-10-01 San Juan, PUR

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canm19 D 2:2 GUA canm19 W 3:0 ANT canm19 L 0:2 JAM canm19 L 0:5 MEX Country Club canm19 W 7:0 DOM Country Club canm19 L 2:4 USA

ATT

DATE LOCATION 1978-11-26 Tegucigalpa, HON 1978-12-03 Tegucigalpa, HON 1978-12-07 Tegucigalpa, HON 1978-12-10 Tegucigalpa, HON 1978-12-12 Tegucigalpa, HON 1978-12-14 San Pedro Sula, HON 1978-12-17 Tegucigalpa, HON 1979-08-25 Kobe, JPN 1979-08-27 Kobe, JPN 1979-08-29 Kobe, JPN

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canm19 W 9:0 DOM Tiburcio Carías canm19 L 0:2 HON Tiburcio Carías canm19 D 0:0 USA Tiburcio Carías canm19 L 0:1 HON Tiburcio Carías canm19 W 3:0 TRI Tiburcio Carías canm19 W 4:0 CRC Francisco Morazán canm19 L 0:1 MEX Tiburcio Carías canm19 W 3:1 POR Chuo canm19 L 0:1 KOR Chuo canm19 L 0:3 PAR Chuo

ATT 33,452 33,452 33,452 33,452 20,050 20,000 33,452 10,000 5,000 7,500

DATE LOCATION 1980-08-01 Dallas, TX, USA 1980-08-03 Dallas, TX, USA 1980-08-07 Dallas, TX, USA 1980-08-09 Dallas, TX, USA 1980-08-12 Los Angeles, CA, USA 1980-08-15 Washington, DC, USA

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canm19 W 1:0 PUR canm19 D 0:0 GUA Cotton Bowl canm19 W 2:1 TRI canm19 D 0:0 JAM canm19 W 3:0 CUB Memorial Coliseum canm19 D 1:1 MEX RFK

ATT

DATE LOCATION 1982-08-17 Antigua, GUA 1982-08-20 Antigua, GUA 1982-08-22 Antigua, GUA 1982-08-25 Guatemala, GUA 1982-08-27 Guatemala, GUA

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT canm19 W 3:1 ANT canm19 W 2:0 TRI Pensativo canm19 L 1:2 HON Pensativo canm19 L 2:3 USA Mateo Flores 25,000 canm19 D 2:2 CRC Mateo Flores

DATE LOCATION 1984-08-20 Arima, TRI 1984-08-22 Arima, TRI 1984-08-24 Arima, TRI

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canm19 W 5:0 GUA canm19 D 0:0 SLV canm19 D 1:1 CUB

140

ATT 3,000 3,000


MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canm19 W 3:0 BER National canm19 W 4:0 TRI National canm19 W 6:0 ATG National canm19 W 2:0 BRB National canm19 D 1:1 USA canm19 W 5:0 TRI canm19 W 2:1 CUB canm16 L 0:3 ITA Varsity canm16 L 0:3 EGY Varsity canm16 L 1:2 QAT Varsity canm19 D 2:2 ITA canm19 D 2:2 NGA canm19 L 0:1 BRA

DATE LOCATION 1988-04-10 Mazatenango, GUA 1988-04-12 Mazatenango, GUA 1988-04-14 Mazatenango, GUA 1988-04-16 Mazatenango, GUA 1988-11-13 San Fernando, TRI 1988-11-15 San Fernando, TRI 1988-11-17 San Fernando, TRI 1988-11-19 San Fernando, TRI 1988-11-23 Port of Spain, TRI 1988-11-25 Port of Spain, TRI 1988-11-27 Port of Spain, TRI 1989-07-10 Dundee, SCO 1989-07-12 Dundee, SCO 1989-07-14 Dundee, SCO

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canm19 L 0:1 CUB Mazatenango canm19 W 3:0 ANT Mazatenango canm19 D 1:1 BER Mazatenango canm19 D 2:2 MEX Mazatenango canm16 W 3:1 SLV canm16 W 2:1 CRC Guaracara canm16 D 0:0 JAM Guaracara canm16 D 0:0 CUB Guaracara canm16 W 2:1 USA National canm16 D 0:0 TRI National canm16 L 0:4 CUB National canm16 L 0:4 NGA Dens Park canm16 L 0:1 CHN Dens Park canm16 L 1:4 ARG Dens Park

DATE LOCATION 1990-04-30 Mazatenango, GUA 1990-05-04 Mazatenango, GUA 1991-03-23 Arima, TRI

HON Skinner Park MEX National GUY SLV MEX National CRC Jesus Martinez TRI Deportivo SLV Azulgrana MEX Azulgrana CRC Azulgrana HON NGA Dinamo AUS Dinamo URS Dinamo

25,000 3,000 25,000 150

16,000 8,000 16,000 ATT 20,000 22,000

12,000 13,500 5,200 6,500 13,500 5,000 8,000 ATT 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000

20,000 5,000 6,000 6,000

CANADA U-17 / U-20 MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-17

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canm20 D 0:0 TRI canm20 W 1:0 SLV canm17 W 1:0 PAN Arima

HALL of FAME

DATE LOCATION 1986-08-16 Port of Spain, TRI 1986-08-20 Port of Spain, TRI 1986-08-22 Port of Spain, TRI 1986-08-24 Port of Spain, TRI 1986-08-27 Port of Spain, TRI 1986-08-29 Port of Spain, TRI 1986-08-31 Port of Spain, TRI 1987-07-12 Toronto, ON, CAN 1987-07-14 Toronto, ON, CAN 1987-07-16 Toronto, ON, CAN 1987-10-12 Concepcion, CHI 1987-10-15 Concepcion, CHI 1987-10-17 Concepcion, CHI

1990 - 2016

W 2:0 D 1:1 W 2:0 W 1:0 L 1:2 D 3:3 W 4:1 W 3:2 L 0:3 L 1:2 D 1:1 L 0:2 D 0:0 L 0:5

HONOURS

canm19 canm19 canm19 canm19 canm19 canm16 canm16 canm16 canm16 canm16 canm16 canm19 canm19 canm19

NATIONAL

CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup

ATT

4,750

141

INTERNATIONAL

1984-08-26 San Fernando, TRI 1984-08-31 Port of Spain, TRI 1984-09-02 San Fernando, TRI 1984-09-05 Port of Spain, TRI 1984-09-07 Port of Spain, TRI 1985-05-13 México, DF, MEX 1985-05-15 México, DF, MEX 1985-05-17 México, DF, MEX 1985-05-22 México, DF, MEX 1985-05-24 México, DF, MEX 1985-05-26 México, DF, MEX 1985-08-24 Minsk, BLR, URS 1985-08-27 Minsk, BLR, URS 1985-08-29 Minsk, BLR, URS

CANADA SOCCER

MEN’S YOUTH TEAMS


ÉQUIPES MASCULINES JUVÉNILES 1991-03-25 Palo Seco, TRI 1991-03-27 Port of Spain, TRI

CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17

canm17 canm17

D 0:0 ANT Palo Seco Veldrome L 0:1 TRI National

2,500 6,750

DATE LOCATION 1992-05-03 Burnaby, BC, CAN 1992-05-07 Burnaby, BC, CAN 1992-05-10 Burnaby, BC, CAN 1992-05-12 Burnaby, BC, CAN 1992-05-14 Burnaby, BC, CAN 1992-08-12 Santiago, CUB 1992-08-14 Santiago, CUB 1992-08-16 Santiago, CUB 1992-08-19 Santiago, CUB 1992-08-21 Santiago, CUB 1992-08-23 Santiago, CUB 1993-08-22 Nagoya, JPN 1993-08-24 Nagoya, JPN 1993-08-26 Gifu, JPN

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canm20 W 4:2 GLP Swangard canm20 W 5:1 CUB Swangard canm20 W 1:0 HON Swangard canm20 D 1:1 MEX Swangard canm20 L 1:2 USA Swangard canm17 W 6:0 CAY canm17 W 2:0 CUB canm17 W 8:0 PAN canm17 W 3:0 CUB canm17 L 0:1 USA canm17 D 0:0 MEX canm17 L 0:8 NGA canm17 L 0:5 AUS canm17 L 0:5 ARG

ATT 2,110 1,456

DATE LOCATION 1994-08-18 Tegucigalpa, HON 1994-08-20 Tegucigalpa, HON 1994-08-22 Tegucigalpa, HON 1994-08-24 San Pedro Sula, HON 1994-08-26 San Pedro Sula, HON 1994-08-28 Tegucigalpa, HON 1994-11-02 San Salvador, SLV 1994-11-05 San Salvador, SLV 1994-11-06 San Salvador, SLV 1994-11-09 San Salvador, SLV 1994-11-11 San Salvador, SLV 1994-11-13 San Salvador, SLV 1995-08-04 Ibarra, ECU 1995-08-06 Ibarra, ECU 1995-08-09 Ibarra, ECU

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canm20 W 7:0 BLZ Tiburcio Carías canm20 L 2:3 HON Tiburcio Carías canm20 W 4:0 MTQ Tiburcio Carías canm20 L 2:4 CRC Francisco Morazán canm20 L 1:2 HON Francisco Morazán canm20 W 2:1 SLV Tiburcio Carías canm17 W 10:0 NCA Flor Blanca canm17 W 2:0 JAM Flor Blanca canm17 W 2:0 SLV Flor Blanca canm17 W 1:0 MEX Flor Blanca canm17 L 0:1 USA Flor Blanca canm17 L 1:3 CRC Flor Blanca canm17 L 1:2 OMA canm17 L 0:3 GER canm17 L 0:2 BRA

DATE LOCATION 1996-04-15 Saltillo, CO, MEX 1996-04-17 Saltillo, CO, MEX 1996-04-19 Saltillo, CO, MEX 1996-04-21 Saltillo, CO, MEX 1996-04-23 Saltillo, CO, MEX 1996-08-18 Port of Spain, TRI 1996-08-20 Port of Spain, TRI 1996-08-22 Port of Spain, TRI 1996-08-26 Port of Spain, TRI 1996-08-28 Port of Spain, TRI 1996-08-31 Port of Spain, TRI 1997-06-18 Kangar, MAS 1997-06-20 Kangar, MAS

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT canm20 W 1:0 TRI Saltillo 5,000 canm20 W 3:0 NCA Saltillo canm20 W 2:0 CRC Saltillo 5,400 canm20 D 2:2 MEX Saltillo 7,435 canm20 W 2:0 USA Saltillo canm17 W 2:0 SLV Arima canm17 W 3:1 ANT Arima canm17 D 1:1 TRI canm17 L 1:3 CRC canm17 L 0:2 USA canm17 L 0:1 MEX canm20 D 0:0 AUS Utama Kangar 13,000 canm20 L 1:2 ARG Utama Kangar 12,000

142

1,371 1,672

7,952 6,810 5,732 ATT 20,000 25,000 5,000 30,000 50,000 26,000 12,000 30,000

20,000 16,000 10,000 9,000


Utama Kangar Darul Makmur

DATE LOCATION 1998-08-05 Port of Spain, TRI 1998-08-07 Port of Spain, TRI 1998-08-09 Port of Spain, TRI 1999-02-10 San Salvador, SLV 1999-02-12 San Salvador, SLV 1999-02-14 San Salvador, SLV

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT canm20 W 3:1 TRI canm20 L 1:5 USA canm20 L 0:1 CRC canm17 L 0:4 MEX Cuscatlรกn 7,147 canm17 L 0:2 SLV Cuscatlรกn 8,592 canm17 W 6:0 TRI Cuscatlรกn 28,553

DATE LOCATION 2001-02-28 Victoria, BC, CAN 2001-03-02 Victoria, BC, CAN 2001-03-04 Victoria, BC, CAN 2001-04-18 St. Louis, MO, USA 2001-04-20 St. Louis, MO, USA 2001-04-22 St. Louis, MO, USA 2001-06-17 Cordoba, ARG 2001-06-20 Cordoba, ARG 2001-06-23 Cordoba, ARG

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canm20 W 1:0 HON Centennial canm20 W 1:0 MEX Centennial canm20 D 0:0 JAM Centennial canm17 D 1:1 SLV Robert R. Hermann canm17 L 2:4 USA Robert R. Hermann canm17 W 3:0 JAM Robert R. Hermann canm20 L 0:3 IRQ Mario Alberto Kempes canm20 L 0:4 GER Mario Alberto Kempes canm20 L 0:2 BRA Mario Alberto Kempes

DATE LOCATION 2002-11-13 Charleston, SC, USA 2002-11-15 Charleston, SC, USA 2002-11-17 Charleston, SC, USA 2003-03-26 Victoria, BC, CAN 2003-03-28 Victoria, BC, CAN 2003-03-30 Victoria, BC, CAN 2003-11-28 Dubai, UAE 2003-12-01 Dubai, UAE 2003-12-04 Dubai, UAE 2003-12-08 Abu Dhabi, UAE 2003-12-12 Abu Dhabi, UAE

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT canm20 W 2:0 SLV Blackbaud 1,144 canm20 D 0:0 HAI Blackbaud 1,346 canm20 W 3:2 USA Blackbaud 896 canm17 W 3:1 CUB Centennial 1,000 canm17 W 1:0 CRC Centennial 2,500 canm17 L 0:2 MEX Centennial 2,000 canm20 L 0:2 BRA Rashid Al-Maktoum 13,150 canm20 L 1:2 AUS Rashid Al-Maktoum 8,200 canm20 W 1:0 CZE Rashid Al-Maktoum 4,000 canm20 W 1:0 BFA Al-Nuhayyan 5,000 canm20 L 1:2 ESP Mohammad Bin Zayed 15,000

DATE LOCATION 2005-01-26 San Pedro Sula, HON 2005-01-28 San Pedro Sula, HON 2005-01-30 San Pedro Sula, HON 2005-05-17 Culiacรกn, SI, MEX 2005-05-19 Culiacรกn, SI, MEX 2005-05-21 Culiacรกn, SI, MEX 2005-06-12 Tilburg, NED 2005-06-15 Tilburg, NED 2005-06-18 Kerkrade, NED

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canm20 W 2:1 MEX Francisco Morazรกn canm20 W 1:0 HON Francisco Morazรกn canm20 W 1:0 JAM Francisco Morazรกn canm17 L 0:2 HON Carlos Gonzรกlez canm17 W 5:0 HAI Carlos Gonzรกlez canm17 L 0:2 MEX Carlos Gonzรกlez canm20 D 1:1 SYR The Willem II canm20 L 0:2 COL The Willem II canm20 L 1:4 ITA The Parkstad Limburg

200 100 3,500 3,500 6,500 2,000

DATE LOCATION 2007-04-28 Kingston, JAM 2007-04-30 Kingston, JAM 2007-05-02 Kingston, JAM

MATCH CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17

CANADA - SCORE - OPP canm17 W 3:0 JAM canm17 D 0:0 CRC canm17 L 1:2 USA

ATT 4,000 300 600

STADIA National National National

4,000 9,000

ATT 3,317 4,833 5,000

5,100 1,000 1,500

ATT 6,002 8,242

143

HALL of FAME

W 2:1 HUN L 0:2 ESP

HONOURS

canm20 canm20

NATIONAL

FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup

INTERNATIONAL

1997-06-23 Kangar, MAS 1997-06-26 Kuantan, MAS

CANADA SOCCER

MENโ€™S YOUTH TEAMS


ÉQUIPES MASCULINES JUVÉNILES 2007-05-04 Kingston, JAM 2007-07-01 Toronto, ON, CAN 2007-07-05 Edmonton, AB, CAN 2007-07-08 Edmonton, AB, CAN

CONCACAF Under-17 FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup

canm17 canm20 canm20 canm20

L L L L

1:2 0:3 0:1 0:2

TRI CHI AUT CGO

National 300 BMO Field 19,500 Commonwealth 31,579 Commonwealth 32,508

DATE LOCATION 2009-03-07 Macoya, TRI 2009-03-09 Macoya, TRI 2009-03-11 Macoya, TRI 2009-04-21 Tijuana, BC, MEX 2009-04-23 Tijuana, BC, MEX 2009-04-25 Tijuana, BC, MEX

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17

CANADA - SCORE - OPP canm20 L 0:1 TRI canm20 W 2:0 MEX canm20 L 1:2 CRC canm17 D 1:1 HON canm17 L 2:4 USA canm17 L 1:2 CUB

DATE LOCATION 2011-02-17 Montego Bay, JAM 2011-02-19 Montego Bay, JAM 2011-02-23 Montego Bay, JAM 2011-02-25 Montego Bay, JAM 2011-02-27 Montego Bay, JAM 2011-03-28 Guatemala, GUA 2011-04-01 Guatemala, GUA 2011-04-05 Guatemala, GUA 2011-06-19 Pachuca, HG, MEX 2011-06-22 Pachuca, HG, MEX 2011-06-25 Pachuca, HG, MEX

MATCH CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT canm17 W 8:0 BRB Jarrett Park 600 canm17 D 0:0 HON Catherine Hall Park 1,500 canm17 W 2:0 TRI Catherine Hall Park 300 canm17 W 1:0 PAN Catherine Hall Park 2,000 canm17 L 0:3 USA Catherine Hall Park 4,000 canm20 W 2:1 GLP Cementos Progreso 150 canm20 L 0:3 CRC Cementos Progreso 1,445 canm20 L 0:3 MEX Mateo Flores 495 canm17 L 0:3 URU Hidalgo 12,699 canm17 D 2:2 ENG Hidalgo 17,882 canm17 D 0:0 RWA Hidalgo 5,803

DATE LOCATION 2013-02-18 Puebla, PB, MEX 2013-02-22 Puebla, PB, MEX 2013-02-26 Puebla, PB, MEX 2013-04-06 La Chorrera, PAN 2013-04-10 La Chorrea, PAN 2013-04-13 La Chorrea, PAN 2013-04-17 Ciudad Panamá, PAN 2013-04-19 Ciudad Panamá, PAN 2013-10-19 Dubai, UAE 2013-10-22 Dubai, UAE 2013-10-25 Dubai, UAE

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT canm20 L 1:2 CUB Universitario BUAP 3,827 canm20 W 5:1 NCA Universitario 3,123 canm20 L 2:4 USA Universitario BUAP canm17 W 2:0 TRI Agustín Muquita 511 canm17 D 1:1 CRC Agustín Muquita 110 canm17 W 4:2 JAM Agustín Muquita 150 canm17 L 1:2 PAN Rommel Fernández 6,853 canm17 D 2:2 HON Rommel Fernández 387 canm17 D 2:2 AUT Rashid 5,952 canm17 D 1:1 IRN Rashid 9,915 canm17 L 0:3 ARG Rashid 10,120

DATE LOCATION 2015-01-10 Montego Bay, JAM 2015-01-12 Montego Bay, JAM 2015-01-15 Montego Bay, JAM 2015-01-19 Montego Bay, JAM 2015-01-22 Montego Bay, JAM 2015-02-28 San Pedro Sula, HON 2015-03-03 San Pedro Sula, HON 2015-03-06 San Pedro Sula, HON 2015-03-09 San Pedro Sula, HON 2015-03-12 San Pedro Sula, HON 2015-03-15 San Pedro Sula, HON

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17

CANADA - SCORE - OPP canm20 W 3:1 HAI canm20 L 0:2 MEX canm20 L 2:3 SLV canm20 L 1:2 CUB canm20 L 2:3 HON canm17 W 3:1 HAI canm17 W 3:2 CRC canm17 D 1:1 MEX canm17 W 3:1 LCA canm17 L 0:1 PAN canm17 L 0:3 CRC

STADIA Marvin Lee Marvin Lee Marvin Lee Caliente Caliente Caliente

STADIA Catherine Hall Park Catherine Hall Park Catherine Hall Park Catherine Hall Park Catherine Hall Park Olímpico Metro. Olímpico Metro. Olímpico Metro. Olímpico Metro. Olímpico Metor. Francisco Morazán

ATT 4,000 5,000 4,000 4,000 5,000

ATT 150 60 120 190 646 250 250 200 122 208 412


CANADA PARA STARTS Most international starts / Le plus de départs internationaux Hodgson, Dustin 58 Brown, Matthew 52 Duehrsen, Chris 34 Stanley, Liam 33 Charron, Samuel 30 Phillips, John 30 CANADA PARA MINUTES Most international minutes / Le plus de minutes internationaux Hodgson, Dustin 3483 Brown, Matthew 2880 Stanley, Liam 2060 Duehrsen, Chris 2012 Phillips, John 1868 Charron, Samuel 1859 Proietti, Vito 1324 Stiles, Trevor 1163

CANADA PARA ASSISTS Most assists scored / Le plus de passes effectuées Charron, Samuel 12 Brown, Matthew 9 Stanley, Liam 9 Proietti, Vito 7 Hodgson, Dustin 6 Wakefield, Geoff 5 CANADA PARA CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets (minimum 30 minutes) / Blanchissages (minimum de 30 minutes) Kleimeer, Cameron 5 Whitson, Derek 4 Wojtiw, Damien 4 MacDonald, Ross 3 Woodfall, Yuri 3 CANADA PARA SHUTOUT WINS Shutout wins (minimum 60 minutes) / Victoires par blanchissage (minimum de 60 minutes) Kleimeer, Cameron 4 CANADA PARA WINS Most international wins by a Canada head coach / Le plus de victoires par un entraîneur-chef canadien Ferguson, Drew 34W-5D-39L CANADA PARA YOUNGEST Youngest players / Les joueuses les plus jeunes Charron, Samuel (2012) 14.24 Stanley, Liam (2011) 14.47 McDonald, Duncan (2016) 15.90 Proietti, Vito (2009) 15.97 Heffernan, Nicholas (2014) 15.98 Phillips, John (2007) 16.05

Jordan, Jimmy (2008) Payne, Kyle (2012) Brown, Matthew (2007)

16.53 16.99 17.57

CANADA PARA OLDEST Oldest players / Les joueuses les plus âgées Ackinclose, Jamie (2016) 49.27 Smajlovic, Sefik (2009) 46.17 Phillips, Todd (2010) 45.27 Benoit, Dan (2016) 43.11 Kleimeer, Cameron (2011) 39.96 Resendes, Joseph (2015) 35.61 Duehrsen, Chris (2013) 35.48

IFCPF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS / CHAMPIONNATS MONDIALS IFCPF IFCPF FINAL RANKING 2005 USA 11th 2007 Brazil 12th 2009 Netherlands 9th 2011 Netherlands 12th 2015 England 10th :: 2005 - 2015 11W-0D-17L IFCPF APPEARANCES Most games at the World Championships / Le plus de matchs joués au cours des Championnats mondials Hodgson, Dustin 16 Brown, Matthew 15 IFCPF MINUTES Most minutes / Le plus de minutes Hodgson, Dustin 921 Brown, Matthew 824 IFCPF GOALS Most goals scored / Le plus de buts Stiles, Trevor 7 Ackinclose, Jamie 5 Hodgson, Dustin 5 Smajlovic, Sefik 5

145

HALL of FAME

CANADA “A” APPEARANCES Most international appearances / Le plus de matchs internationaux joués Hodgson, Dustin 62 Brown, Matthew 53 Phillips, John 39 Duehrsen, Chris 36 Stanley, Liam 33 Charron, Samuel 31 Proietti, Vito 28 Stiles, Trevor 25 Ackinclose, Jamie 23 Wakefield, Geoff 22 Payne, Kyle 19 Whitson, Derek 17 Kleimeer, Cameron 16 Heffernan, Nicholas 15 McAdam, Brendon 15 MacDonald, Ross 12 Phillips, Todd 12 van den Boogaard, Scott 12 Baird, Jeremy 12 Smajlovic, Sefik 11 Wojtiw, Damien 10 Fawcett, Chris 10

CANADA PARA GOALS Most goals scored / Le plus de buts Stiles, Trevor 29 Charron, Samuel 27 Ackinclose, Jamie 21 Brown, Matthew 20 Hodgson, Dustin 19 Stanley, Liam 9 Smajlovic, Sefik 7 Wakefield, Geoff 7 McAdam, Brendon 6

HONOURS

MATCHES 34W-5D-39L 6W-3D-8L 11W-0D-17L 3W-1D-5L

NATIONAL

CANADA PARA :: 2005 - 2016 Home / Domicile IFCPF Worlds Parapanamerican

INTERNATIONAL

CANADA PARA : RECORDS & LEADERS International matches through 31 December 2016. / Matchs internationaux jusqu’au 31 décmbre 2016. (All years and all tournaments and friendlies / toutes les années et tous les tournois et matchs amicaux)

CANADA SOCCER

PARA SOCCER


PARA SOCCER International matches through 31 December 2016. / Matchs internationaux jusqu’au 31 décmbre 2016. (All years and all tournaments and friendlies / toutes les années et tous les tournois et matchs amicaux)

2005 - 2016

CANADA PARA

DATE LOCATION 2005 San Diego, CA, USA 2005 San Diego, CA, USA 2005 New London, CT, USA 2005 New London, CT, USA 2005-06-30 New London, CT, USA 2005-07-01 New London, CT, USA 2005-07-08 New London, CT, USA 2005-07-10 New London, CT, USA

MATCH International / amical International / amical World Championship World Championship World Championship World Championship World Championship World Championship

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canPara L 0:4 USA canPara L 0:4 USA canPara L 1:2 RSA canPara W 2:1 AUS canPara L 0:6 USA canPara L 0:4 RUS canPara L 0:3 ESP canPara W 1:0 JPN

ATT

DATE LOCATION 2007-08-13 Rio, BRA 2007-08-15 Rio, BRA 2007-08-16 Rio, BRA 2007-08-18 Rio, BRA 2007-11-06 Rio, BRA 2007-11-08 Rio, BRA 2007-11-10 Rio, BRA 2007-11-12 Rio, BRA 2007-11-14 Rio, BRA 2007-11-16 Rio, BRA

MATCH Parapanamerican Games Parapanamerican Games Parapanamerican Games Parapanamerican Games World Championship World Championship World Championship World Championship World Championship World Championship

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canPara L 1:2 ARG Centro de Hockey sobre canPara W 9:0 COL Centro de Hockey sobre canPara L 0:7 BRA Centro de Hockey sobre canPara W 1:0 USA Centro de Hockey sobre canPara L 0:7 UKR canPara L 0:2 IRL canPara W 2:0 JPN canPara W 7:1 RSA canPara L 0:3 ARG canPara L 2:5 AUS

ATT

DATE LOCATION 2008-05-30 Langley, BC, CAN 2008-05-31 Langley, BC, CAN 2008-06-01 Langley, BC, CAN 2008-06-03 Langley, BC, CAN 2009-10-23 Arnhem, NED 2009-10-25 Arnhem, NED 2009-10-27 Arnhem, NED 2009-10-29 Arnhem, NED

MATCH Canada Invitational Canada Invitational Canada Invitational Canada Invitational World Championship World Championship World Championship World Championship

CANADA - SCORE - OPP canPara L 0:5 ARG canPara W 1:0 AUS canPara L 1:6 RUS canPara W 1:0 AUS canPara L 1:5 IRN canPara L 0:3 NED canPara W 3:0 USA canPara W 8:0 JPN

STADIA McLeod Park McLeod Park McLeod Park McLeod Park Papendal Papendal Papendal Papendal

ATT

DATE LOCATION 2010-10-18 Buenos Aires, ARG 2010-10-20 Buenos Aires, ARG 2010-10-22 Buenos Aires, ARG 2010-10-24 Buenos Aires, ARG 2010-10-26 Buenos Aires, ARG 2011-04-11 Porto, POR 2011-04-12 Porto, POR 2011-04-13 Porto, POR 2011-04-15 Porto, POR 2011-06-18 Drenthe, NED 2011-06-20 Drenthe, NED 2011-06-22 Drenthe, NED 2011-06-25 Drenthe, NED 2011-06-29 Drenthe, NED 2011-06-30 Drenthe, NED

MATCH Copa América de Fútbol Copa América de Fútbol Copa América de Fútbol Copa América de Fútbol Copa América de Fútbol Football Tournament Football Tournament Football Tournament Football Tournament World Championship World Championship World Championship World Championship World Championship World Championship

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canPara L 1:6 USA Estadio Boca Junior canPara W 4:0 VEN Estadio Boca Junior canPara L 0:1 ARG Estadio Boca Junior canPara L 0:6 BRA Estadio Boca Junior canPara W 5:4 MEX Estadio Boca Junior canPara W 7:0 POR Campo de Futbol canPara L 0:4 NED Campo de Futbol canPara W 3:2 MEX Campo de Futbol canPara L 1:3 NED Campo de Futbol canPara W 6:0 FIN SC angelslo canPara L 0:5 UKR VV de Weide canPara L 1:4 SCO VV de Weide canPara W 3:2 ESP VV de Weide canPara L 0:6 IRL VV De Weide canPara L 0:2 AUS Achilles 1894

ATT 200 200 350 100 150 50 30 50

146

200 200 180 150 180


ATT 30 60 50 200 200 200 200 100 100 300 2,000 180 300 100 300 500

DATE LOCATION 2014-09-19 Toronto, ON, CAN 2014-09-20 Toronto, ON, CAN 2014-09-24 Toronto, ON, CAN 2014-09-26 Toronto, ON, CAN 2015-06-17 Burton, ENG 2015-06-19 Burton, ENG 2015-06-21 Burton, ENG 2015-06-23 Burton, ENG 2015-06-25 Burton, ENG 2015-06-27 Burton, ENG 2015-08-08 Toronto, ON, CAN 2015-08-09 Toronto, ON, CAN 2015-08-12 Toronto, ON, CAN 2015-08-13 Toronto, ON, CAN 2015-08-15 Toronto, ON, CAN

MATCH Copa América de Fútbol Copa América de Fútbol Copa América de Fútbol Copa América de Fútbol World Championship World Championship World Championship World Championship World Championship World Championship Parapanamerican Games Parapanamerican Games Parapanamerican Games Parapanamerican Games Parapanamerican Games

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canPara D 3:3 ARG University of Toronto canPara W 2:0 VEN University of Toronto canPara L 1:6 BRA University of Toronto canPara L 0:3 USA University of Toronto canPara W 3:1 NIR St. George’s Centre canPara L 0:2 ARG St. George’s Centre canPara L 1:4 NED St. George’s Centre canPara W 2:1 VEN St. George’s Centre canPara W 1:0 POR St. George’s Centre canPara L 3:5 SCO St. George’s Centre canPara L 1:3 ARG University of Toronto canPara W 2:1 USA University of Toronto canPara L 0:8 BRA University of Toronto canPara D 1:1 VEN University of Toronto canPara L 1:2 VEN University of Toronto

ATT 250 150 150 300 110 160 201 118 127 159 225 600 500 600 900

DATE LOCATION 2016-07-29 Vejen, DEN 2016-07-30 Vejen, DEN 2016-08-01 Vejen, DEN 2016-08-03 Vejen, DEN 2016-08-04 Vejen, DEN 2016-08-06 Vejen, DEN

MATCH Qualification Tournament Qualification Tournament Qualification Tournament Qualification Tournament Qualification Tournament Qualification Tournament

CANADA - SCORE - OPP canPara W 10:0 DEN canPara W 10:0 FIN canPara W 7:0 JPN canPara D 1:1 VEN canPara L 2:3 NIR canPara W 5:0 JPN

ATT 450 150 35 200 40 100

STADIA Vejen Idrætscenter Vejen Idrætscenter Vejen Idrætscenter Vejen Idrætscenter Vejen Idrætscenter Vejen Idrætscenter

HALL of FAME

STADIA Arco Olympic Arco Olympic Arco Olympic Agapito Fernandez Agapito Fernandez Agapito Fernandez Claude-Robillard Claude-Robillard Claude-Robillard Claude-Robillard ZEM Jaume Tubau ZEM Jaume Tubau ZEM Guinardera ZEM Jaume Tubau ZEM Jaume Tubau ZEM Jaume Tubau

HONOURS

CANADA - SCORE - OPP canPara W 4:2 USA canPara W 4:2 USA canPara L 2:3 USA canPara W 10:0 DEN canPara W 3:0 NIR canPara W 6:1 NED canPara W 8:0 AUS canPara L 0:7 ENG canPara D 1:1 ARG canPara W 3:0 AUS canPara W 6:1 ESP canPara L 0:8 NED canPara L 2:5 SCO canPara W 2:0 VEN canPara D 5:5 POR canPara L 0:1 ENG

NATIONAL

MATCH International / amical International / amical International / amical Futbol Tournament Futbol Tournament Futbol Tournament Tournoi international Tournoi international Tournoi international Tournoi international Intercontinental Cup Intercontinental Cup Intercontinental Cup Intercontinental Cup Intercontinental Cup Intercontinental Cup

INTERNATIONAL

DATE LOCATION 2011-12-01 Chula Vista, CA, USA 2011-12-02 Chula Vista, CA, USA 2011-12-03 Chula Vista, CA, USA 2012-06-08 Barcelona, ESP 2012-06-08 Barcelona, ESP 2012-06-09 Barcelona, ESP 2013-04-24 Montréal, QC, CAN 2013-04-25 Montréal, QC, CAN 2013-04-26 Montréal, QC, CAN 2013-04-28 Montréal, QC, CAN 2013-07-27 Sant Cugat, ESP 2013-07-30 Sant Cugat, ESP 2013-08-01 Sant Cugat, ESP 2013-08-04 Sant Cugat, ESP 2013-08-07 Sant Cugat, ESP 2013-08-10 Sant Cugat, ESP

CANADA SOCCER

PARA SOCCER

147


BEACH / FUTSAL 2005 - 2016

CANADA BEACH

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP 2005-03-01 Rio de Janeiro, BRA Beach Soccer Qualifier canBeach W 4:1 MEX 2005-03-02 Rio de Janeiro, BRA Beach Soccer Qualifier canBeach L 1:6 BRA 2005-03-03 Rio de Janeiro, BRA Beach Soccer Qualifier canBeach L 3:5 USA 2006-09-13 Punta Leona, CRC CONCACAF Beach Soccer canBeach L 0:3 USA 2006-09-14 Punta Leona, CRC CONCACAF Beach Soccer canBeach W 6:4 MEX 2006-09-15 Punta Leona, CRC CONCACAF Beach Soccer canBeach W 7:3 JAM 2006-09-16 Playa Jacó, CRC CONCACAF Beach Soccer canBeach W 6:4 CRC 2006-11-03 Rio de Janeiro, BRA FIFA Beach Soccer WC canBeach D 6:6 IRN 2006-11-05 Rio de Janeiro, BRA FIFA Beach Soccer WC canBeach L 1:8 FRA 2006-11-07 Rio de Janeiro, BRA FIFA Beach Soccer WC canBeach W 4:0 ESP 2006-11-09 Rio de Janeiro, BRA FIFA Beach Soccer WC canBeach L 1:12 BRA 2009-06-17 Puerto Vallarta, JA, MEX CONCACAF Beach Soccer canBeach L 0:10 MEX 2009-06-18 Puerto Vallarta, JA, MEX CONCACAF Beach Soccer canBeach L 6:8 SLV 2009-06-20 Puerto Vallarta, JA, MEX CONCACAF Beach Soccer canBeach W 4:3 BAH 2010-12-01 Puerto Vallarta, JA, MEX CONCACAF Beach Soccer canBeach L 3:6 SLV 2010-12-02 Puerto Vallarta, JA, MEX CONCACAF Beach Soccer canBeach L 1:3 MEX 2010-12-03 Puerto Vallarta, JA, MEX CONCACAF Beach Soccer canBeach W 4:3 JAM 2013-05-08 Nassau, BAH CONCACAF Beach Soccer canBeach L 0:10 MEX 2013-05-10 Nassau, BAH CONCACAF Beach Soccer canBeach W 8:5 TRI 2013-05-10 Nassau, BAH CONCACAF Beach Soccer canBeach L 0:5 TRI 2013-05-11 Nassau, BAH CONCACAF Beach Soccer canBeach L 3:4 TRI

1989 - 2016

DATE LOCATION MATCH 1989-01-06 S-Hertogenbosch, NED FIFA Futsal World Cup 1989-01-07 Leeuwarden, NED FIFA Futsal World Cup 1989-01-08 Leeuwarden, NED FIFA Futsal World Cup 2003-12-05 Anaheim, CA, USA Futsal Tournament 2003-12-06 Anaheim, CA, USA Futsal Tournament 2003-12-07 Anaheim, CA, USA Futsal Tournament 2004-05-21 Ciudad Panamá, PAN CONCACAF Futsal 2004-05-22 Ciudad Panamá, PAN CONCACAF Futsal 2008-05-31 Fortaleza, BRA IV Grand Prix 2008-06-01 Fortaleza, BRA IV Grand Prix 2008-06-02 Fortaleza, BRA IV Grand Prix 2008-06-04 Fortaleza, BRA IV Grand Prix 2008-06-05 Fortaleza, BRA IV Grand Prix 2008-06-07 Fortaleza, BRA IV Grand Prix 2012-06-23 Heredia, CRC International / amical 2012-06-24 Heredia, CRC International / amical 2012-06-28 Guatemala, GUA CONCACAF Futsal 2012-06-29 Guatemala, GUA CONCACAF Futsal 2012-07-02 Guatemala, GUA CONCACAF Futsal 2012-07-03 Guatemala, GUA CONCACAF Futsal 2012-07-04 Guatemala, GUA CONCACAF Futsal 2016-05-01 Heredia, CRC International / amical 2016-05-04 Hatillo, San José, CRC CONCACAF Futsal 2016-05-05 Hatillo, San José, CRC CONCACAF Futsal 2016-05-08 Hatillo, San José, CRC CONCACAF Futsal 2016-05-09 Hatillo, San José, CRC CONCACAF Futsal 2016-05-10 Hatillo, San José, CRC CONCACAF Futsal

148

STADIA ATT Copacabana 5,000 Copacabana 2,000 Copacabana 800 Puntarenas 950 Puntarenas 950 Puntarenas 950 Playa Jacó 547 Copacabana 5,000 Copacabana 5,000 Copacabana 5,000 Copacabana 10,000 Agustin Flores 3,000 Agustin Flores 1,500 Agustin Flores Agustin Flores 300 Agustin Flores 3,000 Agustin Flores 300 Malcolm Park Malcolm Park Malcolm Park Malcolm Park

CANADA FUTSAL

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA canFutsal L 1:3 ARG Maaspoort canFutsal L 0:2 BEL Frieslandhal canFutsal W 6:2 JPN Frieslandhal canFutsal L 3:5 USA Convention Center canFutsal D 2:2 MEX Convention Center canFutsal W 5:3 GUA Convention Center canFutsal W 5:4 PAN Roberto Durán canFutsal L 1:7 PAN Roberto Durán canFutsal L 0:5 UKR Universidade canFutsal L 2:6 MOZ Universidade canFutsal L 1:2 COL Universidade canFutsal L 2:3 URU Universidade canFutsal L 2:3 CHI Universidade canFutsal L 1:4 PER Universidade canFutsal L 1:2 CRC Palacio / Deportes canFutsal L 0:4 CRC Palacio / Deportes canFutsal L 1:4 SLV Domo Polideportivo canFutsal W 6:2 SLV Domo Polideportivo canFutsal L 3:7 GUA Domo Polideportivo canFutsal L 2:3 USA Domo Polideportivo canFutsal L 5:8 PAN Domo Polideportivo canFutsal W 3:0 HON Palacio / Deportes canFutsal D 4:4 USA BN Arena canFutsal W 5:3 USA BN Arena canFutsal L 2:3 CRC BN Arena canFutsal W 7:4 CUW BN Arena canFutsal L 4:7 CUB BN Arena

ATT 1,200 1,500 1,000 250 325 325 785 450

500 250 20 20 2,510 3,810 6,046 5 62 1,759 579 630


CANADA SOCCER

#CANWNT WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM ÉQUIPE NATIONALE FÉMININE RECORD : 169-47-142 HOME / DOMICILE : 38-9-24 FIFA / CONCACAF : 56-10-30

v CONCACAF 58-8-48 v CONMEBOL 15-6-8 v OFC 6-4-1

2016 15-0-5 2015 11-2-5

RECORD WITH / AVEC JOHN HERDMAN 55-12-29

2012 14-1-7 2011 14-4-6

26-11-29 58-16-54 6-2-2

HALL of FAME

2014 4-2-5 2013 7-4-6

v AFC v UEFA v CAF

HIGHLIGHTS / FAITS SAILLANTS

HONOURS

2016 OLYMPIC

CANADA WON BACK-TO-BACK BRONZE MEDALS AT LONDON 2012 AND RIO 2016 OLYMPIC GAMES

CONCACAF CHAMPIONS / CHAMPIONS DE LA CONCACAF CONCACAF Women’s Championship / Championnat féminin CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Championship / Championnat féminin U20 CONCACAF Women’s Under-17 Championship / Championnat féminin U17 CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 Championship / Championnat féminin U15

NATIONAL

LE CANADA REMPORTE LE BRONZE AU TOURNOIS OLYMPIQUES À LONDRES 2012 ET RIO 2016

1998 & 2010 2004 & 2008 2010 2014

INTERNATIONAL

2X

1998 2010 CONCACAF CHAMPIONS

FIFA WORLD CUPS / LES COUPES DU MONDE DE LA FIFA FIFA Women’s World Cup™ / Coupe du Monde FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup / .. Féminine U-20 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup / .. Féminine U-17

1995, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2011, 2015 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2012, 2014, 2016 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016

OLYMPIC TOURNAMENTS / TOURNOI OLYMPIQUES

Women’s Olympic Football Tournament / Tournoi Olympique de Football

2008, 2012, 2016 149


ÉQUIPE NATIONALE FÉMININE CANADA WNT : RECORDS & LEADERS International matches through 31 December 2016. / Matchs internationaux jusqu’au 31 décmbre 2016. (All years and all tournaments and friendlies / toutes les années et tous les tournois et matchs amicaux) CANADA “A” MATCHES :: 1924 - 2016 169W-47D-142L Home / Domicile 38W-9D-24L FIFA / CONCACAF 56W-10D-30L CANADA “A” APPEARANCES Most international “A” appearances / Le plus de matchs internationaux joués Sinclair, Christine 250 Matheson, Diana 191 Wilkinson, Rhian 180 Schmidt, Sophie 157 Baxter, Brittany 132 Neil, Andrea 132 Hooper, Charmaine 129 Tancredi, Melissa 124 Scott, Desiree 117 McLeod, Erin 115 Chapman, Candace 114 Hermus, Randee 113 LeBlanc, Karina 110 Walsh, Amy 102 Kyle, Kaylyn 101 Moscato, Carmelina 94 Lang, Kara 92 Morneau, Isabelle 87 Zurrer, Emily 82 Gayle, Robyn 81 Burtini, Silvana 77 Kiss, Kristina 75 Donnelly, Geraldine 71 Filigno, Jonelle 71 Nault, Marie-Eve 70 Booth, Melanie 65 Buchanan, Kadeisha 63 Nonen, Sharolta 63 Bélanger, Josée 56 Robinson, Jodi-Ann 56 Franko, Martina 55 Julien, Christina 54 CANADA “A” STARTS Most international “A” starts / Le plus de départs internationaux Sinclair, Christine 242 Matheson, Diana 175 Wilkinson, Rhian 150 Schmidt, Sophie 137 Hooper, Charmaine 122 McLeod, Erin 111 Chapman, Candace 103 Hermus, Randee 102

150

LeBlanc, Karina Neil, Andrea Tancredi, Melissa Walsh, Amy Baxter, Brittany Scott, Desiree Lang, Kara Morneau, Isabelle Donnelly, Geraldine Zurrer, Emily Moscato, Carmelina Burtini, Silvana Nonen, Sharolta Kyle, Kaylyn Buchanan, Kadeisha Franko, Martina Kiss, Kristina

101 99 95 87 83 83 71 66 65 65 64 63 63 61 59 54 51

CANADA “A” SUBSTITUTES Most international “A” substitutions / Le plus de substitutions internationales Gayle, Robyn 50 Baxter, Brittany 49 Kyle, Kaylyn 40 Robinson, Jodi-Ann 38 Scott, Desiree 34 Neil, Andrea 33 Stewart, Chelsea 32 Moscato, Carmelina 30 Wilkinson, Rhian 30 Tancredi, Melissa 29 Booth, Melanie 28 Andrews, Sasha 26 Filigno, Jonelle 26 Julien, Christina 24 Kiss, Kristina 24 Nault, Marie-Eve 22 Lang, Kara 21 Morneau, Isabelle 21 Schmidt, Sophie 20 CANADA “A” MINUTES Most international “A” minutes / Le plus de minutes internationales Sinclair, Christine 21,935 Matheson, Diana 15,336 Wilkinson, Rhian 13,318 Schmidt, Sophie 11,872 Hooper, Charmaine ?10,240+ McLeod, Erin 9830 Chapman, Candace 9435 Hermus, Randee ?9209+

LeBlanc, Karina Neil, Andrea Scott, Desiree Walsh, Amy Tancredi, Melissa Baxter, Brittany Lang, Kara Kyle, Kaylyn Zurrer, Emily Morneau, Isabelle Moscato, Carmelina Donnelly, Geraldine Nonen, Sharolta Buchanan, Kadeisha Burtini, Silvana Franko, Martina Kiss, Kristina Helland, Janine

9193 ?8565+ 7846 7828 7743 7515 6445 6168 6084 5843 5745 ?5627+ 5587 5317 ?5175+ 4819 ?4666+ 4139

CANADA “A” MATCH STREAK Most consecutive international “A” matches / Le plus de matchs consécutifs internationaux Schmidt, Sophie (2011-15) 76 Scott, Desiree (2012-16) 68 Kyle, Kaylyn (2011-14) 62 Buchanan, Kadeisha (2013-16) 49 Hermus, Randee (2005-08) 46 Matheson, Diana (2003-06) 45 Sinclair, Christine (2013-16) 44 Walsh, Amy (1998-2001) 43 Franko, Martina (2005-08) 41 Lang, Kara (2002-03) 36 Matheson, Diana (2012-14) 36 Sinclair, Christine (2000-03) 34 Donnelly, Geraldine (1993-97) 33 Hooper, Charmaine (1990-95) 29 Ring, Michelle (1993-95) 29 Sinclair, Christine (2011-12) 28 Chapman, Allysha (2015-16) 25 Matheson, Diana (2010-11) 25 Ross, Cathy (1986-91) 25 Matheson, Diana (2015-..) 25 Wilkinson, Rhian (2012-13) 25 Donnelly, Geraldine (1987-91) 24 Matheson, Diana (2006-07) 24 Chapman, Candace (2007-08) 23 Franck, Tanya (1998-2000) 22 Harvey, Isabelle (1999-2000) 22 Stoumbos, Helen (1993-95) 22 Walsh, Amy (2006-07) 22 Zurrer, Emily (2010-11) 21


CANADA “A” PENALTY GOALS Most goals penalty goals / Le plus de buts marqués en tirs de pénalité Hooper, Charmaine 11 Sinclair, Christine 10 Caron, Annie 2 Latham, Christine 2 CANADA “A” ASSISTS Most assists scored. Note, records from 1986-2008 are incomplete, so some players (*) may have more assists / Le plus de passes effectuées. À noter, les fichiers de 1986 à 2008 sont incomplets, donc certains joueurs (*) peuvent avoir plus de passes. Sinclair, Christine * 47 Wilkinson, Rhian * 23 Matheson, Diana * 22 Tancredi, Melissa * 20 Schmidt, Sophie * 16 Hooper, Charmaine * 13 Kiss, Kristina * 13 Lang, Kara * 12 CANADA “A” Most cautions / Le plus d’avertissements Hooper, Charmaine

17 15 10 10 9 9 8 8 8

CANADA “A” CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets (minimum 40 minutes) / Blanchissages (minimum de 40 minutes) LeBlanc, Karina 47 McLeod, Erin 43 Labbé, Stephanie 17 Wright, Nicole 11 Chin, Carla 8 Hawthorne, Wendy 6 Swiatek, Taryn 5 CANADA “A” SHUTOUT WINS Shutout wins (minimum 90 minutes) / Victoires par blanchissage (minimum de 90 minutes) LeBlanc, Karina 33 McLeod, Erin 33 Labbé, Stephanie 11 Wright, Nicole 11 Chin, Carla 8 Hawthorne, Wendy 5 CANADA “A” COACHES Most international “A” matches by a Canada head coach / Le plus de matchs par un entraîneur-chef Pellerud, Even 139 Herdman, John 96 Turnbull, Neil 51 Morace, Carolina 41 Béliveau, Sylvie 29 Bridge, Ian 2

CAUTIONS

CANADA “A” WINS Most international “A” wins by a Canada head coach / Le plus de victoires par un entraîneur-chef canadien Pellerud, Even 66W-22D-52L Herdman, John 55W-12D-29L Morace, Carolina 25W-5D-11L Turnbull, John 16W-5D-30L Béliveau, Sylvie 6W-3D-20L Bridge, Ian 1W-0D-1L

21

CANADA “A” UNBEATEN International unbeaten streak / Matchs

151

HALL of FAME

CANADA “A” GOALS STREAK Players that scored in four or more consecutive international “A” Canada matches / Les joueuses qui ont marqué dans quatre matchs consécutifs ou plus Hooper, Charmaine (1999-2000) 7 Sinclair, Christine (2000) 6 Sinclair, Christine (2003) 6 Sinclair, Christine (2011-2012) 6 Sinclair, Christine (2006) 5 Sinclair, Christine (2007) 5 Hooper, Charmaine (1994) 4 Hooper, Charmaine (1998) 4 Jamani, Aysha (2004) 4 Sinclair, Christine (2010) 4 Sinclair, Christine (2015) 4 Tancredi, Melissa (2008) 4 Vamos, Lydia (1991) 4

Neil, Andrea Buchanan, Kadeisha Kyle, Kaylyn Walsh, Amy Baxter, Brittany Tancredi, Melissa Bélanger, Josée Matheson, Diana Sinclair, Christine

HONOURS

CANADA “A” START STREAK Most consecutive international “A” starts / Le plus de départs consécutifs Walsh, Amy (1998-2001) 43 Sinclair, Christine (2013-16) 43 Franko, Martina (2005-08) 41 Matheson, Diana (2012-14) 36 Donnelly, Geraldine (1993-97) 33 Hermus, Randee (2006-08) 31 Buchanan, Kadeisha (2013-15) 29 Hooper, Charmaine (1990-95) 28 Lang, Kara (2002-03) 28 Ring, Michelle (1993-95) 26 Sinclair, Christine (2011-12) 25 Ross, Cathy (1986-91) 24 Matheson, Diana (2004-06) 24 Schmidt, Sophie (2013-15) 24 Donnelly, Geraldine (1986-91) 23 Scott, Desiree (2012-13) 21 Sinclair, Christine (2000-02) 21 Brand, Sue (1987-91) 20 Walsh, Amy (2006-07) 20 CANADA “A” GOALS Most goals scored / Le plus de buts Sinclair, Christine 165 Hooper, Charmaine 71 Burtini, Silvana 38 Lang, Kara 34 Tancredi, Melissa 27 Neil, Andrea 24 Matheson, Diana 17 Schmidt, Sophie 17 Latham, Christine 15 Hermus, Randee 15 Beckie, Janine 12 Filigno, Jonelle 11 Rosenow, Shannon 11 Julien, Christina 10 Donnelly, Geraldine 9 Caron, Annie 8 Kiss, Kristina 8 Bélanger, Josée 7 Jamani, Aysha 7 Robinson, Jodi-Ann 7 Vamos, Lydia 7 Wilkinson, Rhian 7 Chapman, Candace 6 Allen, Amber 6

6 6 5 5 5 5 5

NATIONAL

Morneau, Isabelle Prince, Nichelle Baxter, Brittany Franko, Martina Gareau, Fabienne Kyle, Kaylyn Walsh, Amy

INTERNATIONAL

Brand, Sue (1987-91) 20 Hooper, Charmaine (2003-05) 20 Most consecutive international “A” matches by a goalkeeper / Le plus de matchs consécutifs par une gardienne Wright, Nicole (1996-1999) 16 McLeod, Erin (2006-2007) 15

CANADA SOCCER

WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


ÉQUIPE NATIONALE FÉMININE consécutifs sans défaite 2010-09-30 to 2011-01-21 2003-05-19 to 2003-09-14 2011-10-18 to 2012-01-27 2014-11-24 to 2015-03-09

9W-2D 9W-1D 8W-2D 7W-1D

CANADA “A” WINS International wins streak / Victoires consécutifs 2010-09-30 to 2010-12-12 8W 2003-05-19 to 2003-07-20 6W 2015-01-11 to 2015-03-09 6W

Allen, Amber (2008) 32.8 Franko, Martina (2008) 32.6 Matheson, Diana (2016) 32.3 McEachern, Joan (1995) 32.1 Some birthdate records are currently missing / il manque actuellement quelques dates de naissance dans certains dossiers

CANADA “A” YOUNGEST Youngest players / Les joueuses les plus jeunes Lang, Kara (2002) 15.3 Fleming, Jessie (2013) 15.7 Robinson, Jodi-Ann (2005) 16.0 Faulknor, Kennedy (2015) 16.4 Jamani, Aysha (2004) 16.5 Baxter, Brittany (2002) 16.5 Maranda, Véronique (2003) 16.7 Sinclair, Christine (2000) 16.7 Rose, Deanne (2015) 16.8 Schmidt, Sophie (2005) 16.8 Yekka, Sura (2013) 16.8 Mongrain, Luce (1987) 16.9 Zurrer, Emily (2004) 16.9

CANADA “A” GOALSCORER Youngest goal scorers / Les buteuses les plus jeunes Lang, Kara (2002) 15.4 Jamani, Aysha (2004) 16.7 Sinclair, Christine (2000) 16.8 Schmidt, Sophie (2005) 16.8 Fleming, Jessie (2015) 16.9 Rose, Deanne (2016) 16.9 Carle, Gabrielle (2016) 17.3 Maranda, Veronique (2004) 17.5 Filigno, Jonelle (2008) 17.5 Robinson, Jodi-Ann (2006) 17.5 Prince, Nichelle (2013) 17.9 Armstrong, Julie (2008) 17.9 Pietrangelo, Amélia (2011) 18.3 Buchanan, Kadeisha (2014) 18.5 Kelly, Angela (1990) 18.5 Smith, Heather (2002) 18.6 Latham, Christine (2000) 18.7 Boyd, Breanna (2000) 18.8 Moscata, Carmelina (2003) 18.9 Matheson, Diana (2003) 19.2 Kiss, Kristina (2000) 19.3 Chapman, Candace (2002) 19.5 Oldest goal scorers / Les buteuses les plus âgées Hooper, Charmaine (2006) 38.5 Neil, Andrea (2007) 35.7 Tancredi, Melissa (2016) 34.6 Burtini, Silvana (2003) 33.9 Sinclair, Christine (2016) 33.1 Donnelly, Geraldine (1999) 33.1

CANADA “A” OLDEST Oldest players / Les joueuses les plus âgées Hooper, Charmaine (2006) 38.5 Neil, Andrea (2007) 35.8 Hawthorne, Wendy (1995) 34.9 LeBlanc, Karina (2015) 34.7 Tancredi, Melissa (2016) 34.6 Burtini, Silvana (2003) 34.4 Wilkinson, Rhian (2016) 34.2 Nault, Marie-Eve (2015) 33.8 Donnelly, Geraldine (1999) 33.5 Sinclair, Christine (2016) 33.1 McLeod, Erin (2016) 32.9

CANADA “A” SHUTOUT WINS Youngest goalkeeper to record a shutout win / Les gardiennes les plus jeunes qui ont obtenu une victoire par blanchissage Beanlands, Rachelle (2011) 18.4 McLeod, Erin (2002) 19.0 LeBlanc, Karina (1999) 19.1 Sheridan, Kailen (2016) 20.6 Chin, Carla (1987) 21.6 Oldest goalkeeper to record a shutout win / Les gardiennes les plus âgées qui ont obtenu une victoire par blanchissage

ONE YEAR / UNE ANNÉE CANADA “A” Victories / victoires Canada 2016 Canada 2012 Canada 2003

152

WINS 15W-0D-5L 14W-1D-7L 14W-4D-6L

Hawthorne, Wendy (1994) LeBlanc, Karina (2014) McLeod, Erin (2016) Labbé, Stephanie (2016) Wright, Nicole (2002)

34.2 33.9 32.9 29.8 29.5

CANADA “A” MATCHS Most matches / Le plus de matchs joués Schmidt, Sophie (2011) 24 Chapman, Candace (2008) 23 Kyle, Kaylyn (2011) 23 Kyle, Kaylyn (2012) 22 Schmidt, Sophie (2012) 22 Scott, Desiree (2011) 22 Sinclair, Christine (2008) 22 Sinclair, Christine (2012) 22 Wilkinson, Rhian (2008) 22 Wilkinson, Rhian (2011) 22 Lang, Kara (2003) 21 Matheson, Diana (2011) 21 Rustad, Clare (2008) 21 Scott, Desiree (2012) 21 Tancredi, Melissa (2012) 21 Wilkinson, Rhian (2012) 21 Baxter, Brittany (2003) 20 Filigno, Jonelle (2008) 20 Hermus, Randee (2008) 20 Julien, Christina (2011) 20 Neil, Andrea (2003) 20 Sinclair, Christine (2011) 20 Matheson, Diana (2016) 20 Schmidt, Sophie (2016) 20 CANADA “A” STARTS Most starts / Le plus de départs Chapman, Candace (2008) 22 Sinclair, Christine (2008) 22 Sinclair, Christine (2012) 22 Wilkinson, Rhian (2008) 22 Kyle, Kaylyn (2011) 21 Lang, Kara (2003) 21 Matheson, Diana (2011) 21 Scott, Desiree (2012) 21 Schmidt, Sophie (2011) 21 Schmidt, Sophie (2012) 20 Wilkinson, Rhian (2011) 20 CANADA “A” SUBSTITUTES Most substitutions / Le plus de substitutions Timko, Brittany (2008) 16 Robinson, Jodi-Ann (2008) 15 Scott, Desiree (2011) 15 Kyle, Kaylyn (2012) 13 Prince, Nichelle (2016) 12 Stewart, Chelsea (2012) 12


CANADA “A” GOALS Most goals scored / Le plus de buts marqués Sinclair, Christine (2012) 23 Sinclair, Christine (2007) 16 Sinclair, Christine (2000) 15 Burtini, Silvana (1998) 14 Sinclair, Christine (2006) 13 Sinclair, Christine (2008) 13 Sinclair, Christine (2010) 13 Lang, Kara (2003) 11 Sinclair, Christine (2002) 11 Sinclair, Christine (2003) 11 Hooper, Charmaine (1994) 10 Lang, Kara (2002) 10 Sinclair, Christine (2015) 10 CANADA “A” ASSISTS Since 2009, most assists in a season / Depuis 2009, le plus d’aides. Sinclair, Christine (2010) 10 Schmidt, Sophie (2012) 7 Sinclair, Christine (2012) 6 Wilkinson, Rhian (2012) 6 Tancredi, Melissa (2012) 5 CANADA “A” 3 GOALS Players that scored three goals or more in a match / Les joueuses qui ont mar-

CANADA “A” GOALS STREAK Players that scored in three or more consecutive international “A” Canada matches / Les joueuses qui ont marqué dans trois matchs consécutifs ou plus Sinclair, Christine (2000) 6 Hooper, Charmaine (2000) 5 Sinclair, Christine (2006) 5 Burtini, Silvana (1994) 4 Hooper, Charmaine (1994) 4 Hooper, Charmaine (1994) 4 Jamani, Aysha (2004) 4 Sinclair, Christine (2007) 4 Sinclair, Christine (2010) 4 Sinclair, Christine (2012) 4 Sinclair, Christine (2015) 4 Tancredi, Melissa (2008) 4 Vamos, Lydia (1991) 4 Beckie, Janine (2016) 3 Burtini, Silvana (1993) 3 Filigno, Jonelle (2010) 3 Hooper, Charmaine (1991) 3

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

CANADA “A” CAUTIONS Most cautions / Le plus d’avertissements Neil, Andrea (2001) 6 Timko, Brittany (2003) 5 Neil, Andrea (2003) 5 Buchanan, Kadeisha (2016) 5 CANADA “A” CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets (minimum 40 minutes) / Les blanchissages (minimum de 40 minutes) LeBlanc, Karina (2010) 8 McLeod, Erin (2013) 8 McLeod, Erin (2015) 7 Labbé, Stephanie (2016) 6 McLeod, Erin (2008) 6 McLeod, Erin (2012) 6 Wright, Nicole (1998) 5 LeBlanc, Karina (2002) 5 LeBlanc, Karina (2003) 5 McLeod, Erin (2011) 5 CANADA “A” SHUTOUT WINS Shutout wins (minimum 90 minutes) / Victoires par blanchissage (minimum de 90 minutes) LeBlanc, Karina (2010) 7 McLeod, Erin (2012) 6 McLeod, Erin (2016) 6 Labbé, Stephanie (2016) 5 LeBlanc, Karina (2002) 5 McLeod, Erin (2008) 5 Wright, Nicole (1998) 5

YEARLY LEADERS / MENEUSES PAR ANNÉES CANADA “A” GOALS / BUTS 1986 Donnelly, Geraldine 2 1987 Houchen, Michelle 2 1988 Caron & Ross 2 1990 Donnelly, Geraldine 3

153

HALL of FAME

Hooper, Charmaine (2002) Hooper, Charmaine (2006) Latham, Christine (2004) Sinclair, Christine (2002) Sinclair, Christine (2008) Sinclair, Christine (2012) Sinclair, Christine (2015) Tancredi, Melissa (2012)

HONOURS

CANADA “A” MINUTES Most minutes / Le plus de minutes Chapman, Candace (2008) 2026 Sinclair, Christine (2008) 2017 Wilkinson, Rhian (2008) 2016 Sinclair, Christine (2012) 1950 Schmidt, Sophie (2011) 1944 Matheson, Diana (2011) 1876 Wilkinson, Rhian (2011) 1811 Sinclair, Christine (2011) 1810 Schmidt, Sophie (2012) 1747 Lang, Kara (2003) 1740 Chapman, Candace (2011) 1700 Neil, Andrea (2003) 1695 Buchanan, Kadeisha (2016) 1682 Timko, Brittany (2003) 1659 Franko, Martina (2008) 1653 Tancredi, Melissa (2012) 1648 Lawrence, Ashley (2016) 1643 Matheson, Diana (2008) 1634 Walsh, Amy (2000) 1615

qué trois buts ou plus dans un match Burtini, Silvana (8) 1998-08-28 Burtini, Silvana (5) 1994-08-15 Hooper, Charmaine (4) 1991-04-19 Rosenow, Shannon (4) 1998-08-28 Rosenow, Shannon (4) 1998-08-30 Sinclair, Christine (4) 2002-10-30 Lang, Kara (4) 2002-11-01 Jamani, Aysha (4) 2004-02-28 Sinclair, Christine (4) 2007-07-18 Sinclair, Christine (4) 2010-10-31 Sinclair, Christine (4) 2012-01-19 Donnelly, Geraldine 1990-04-21 Gareau, Fabienne 1991-04-19 Caron, Annie 1991-04-24 Hooper, Charmaine 1994-08-13 Burtini, Silvana 1998-08-30 Burtini, Silvana 1998-09-01 Latham, Christine 2000-06-28 Sinclair, Christine 2000-06-28 Neil, Andrea 2002-03-01 Hooper, Charmaine 2002-10-30 Sinclair, Christine 2003-03-20 Lang, Kara 2003-09-04 Sinclair, Christine 2004-02-26 Hooper, Charmaine 2006-07-18 Sinclair, Christine 2006-10-30 Sinclair, Christine 2007-07-14 Lang, Kara 2007-07-16 Sinclair, Christine 2008-03-07 Sinclair, Christine 2012-08-09 Lawrence, Ashley 2016-02-11 Quinn, Rebecca 2016-02-16 Prince, Nichelle 2016-02-16

NATIONAL

11 10 10 10 10

INTERNATIONAL

Neil, Andrea (2006) Gayle, Robyn (2011) Julien, Christina (2011) Baxter, Brittany (2012) Wilkinson, Rhian (2003)

CANADA SOCCER

WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


ÉQUIPE NATIONALE FÉMININE 1991 Hooper, Charmaine 1993 Vamos, Lydia 1994 Hooper, Charmaine 1995 Hooper, Charmaine 1996 Helland, Janine 1997 Burtini, Morneau, O’Neill 1998 Burtini, Silvana 1999 Hooper, Charmaine 2000 Sinclair, Christine 2001 Sinclair, Christine 2002 Sinclair, Christine 2003 Lang & Sinclair 2004 Jamani, Aysha 2005 Sinclair, Christine 2006 Sinclair, Christine 2007 Sinclair, Christine 2008 Sinclair, Christine 2009 Sinclair, Christine 2010 Sinclair, Christine 2011 Sinclair, Christine 2012 Sinclair, Christine 2013 Sinclair, Christine 2014 Schmidt, Sophie 2015 Sinclair, Christine 2016 Beckie, Janine

7 2 10 4 1 1 14 8 15 6 11 11 7 4 13 16 13 4 13 8 23 4 6 10 9

CANADA “A” ASSISTS / PASSES 2009 Wilkinson, Rhian 2 2010 Sinclair, Christine 10 2011 Kyle, Matheson, Parker, and Sinclair 4 2012 Schmidt, Sophie 7 2013 Schmidt, Sophie 4 2014 Matheson, Diana 4 2015 Sinclair, Christine 4 2016 Bélanger and Sinclair 4 CANADA “A” MINUTES 1986 Several players 180 1987 Donnelly or Ross ?575+ 1988 Several players 320 1990 Brand, C.Cant, Donnelly, Ross 450 1991 Chin, Brand, Helland, Hooper 400 1993 Hooper, Vamos 540 1994 Burtini, Hooper, Ring 990 1995 Geri Donnelly 1031 1996 Donnelly, Helland, Muir, O’Brien 450 1997 Wright, Helland, Morneau, Muir 270 1998 Sarah Joly 720 1999 Amy Walsh 990 2000 Amy Walsh 1615 2001 Sinclair, Christine 1080 2002 Kara Lang 1136

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2003 Kara Lang 2004 Charmaine Hooper 2005 Randee Hermus 2006 Martina Franko 2007 Martina Franko 2008 Chapman, Candace 2009 Matheson, Diana 2010 Sinclair, Christine 2011 Matheson, Diana 2012 Sinclair, Christine 2013 Matheson, Diana 2014 Buchanan, Sinclair 2015 Sinclair, Christine 2016 Buchanan, Kadeisha

1740 823 900 1528 1260 2026 628 1387 1876 1950 1515 990 1578 1682

CANADA “A” LEADERS All-time leaders in appearances / Meneuses historiques en présences Ross, Cathy (1987-12-16) 8 Ross, Cathy (1991-04-28) 24 Donnelly, Geri. (1993-08-06) 25 Donnelly, Geri. (1999-06-26) 71 Hooper, Charmaine (2001-03-17) 72 Hooper, C. (2006-07-30) 129 Neil, Andrea (2007-07-26) 130 Neil, Andrea (2007-09-15) 132 Sinclair, Christine (2010-02-20) 133 Sinclair, Christine CANADA “A” 50th MATCH Players that have made 50 appearances for Canada / Joueuses avec 50 présences pour le Canada 1. Donnelly, Geraldine 1996-05-12 2. Hooper, Charmaine 1999-01-10 3. Burtini, Silvana 2000-06-10 4. Neil, Andrea 2001-03-15 5. Walsh, Amy 2002-03-05 6. Morneau, Isabelle 2002-04-09 7. Sinclair, Christine 2003-09-04 8. Nonen, Sharolta 2003-10-05 9. Kiss, Kristina 2003-10-11 10. Hermus, Randee 2004-03-01 11. Lang, Kara 2005-09-04 12. LeBlanc, Karina 2006-02-23 13. Baxter, Brittany 2006-07-30 14. Matheson, Diana 2006-10-28 15. Wilkinson, Rhian 2008-03-07 16. Chapman, Candace 2008-04-12 17 & 18. McLeod, Erin Franko, Martina 2008-08-09 19. Schmidt, Sophie 2010-11-08 20. Tancredi, Melissa 2010-12-09 21. Moscato, Carmelina 2011-05-28 22. Robinson, Jodi, Ann 2011-06-07 23. Booth, Melanie 2011-09-17 24. Gayle, Robyn 2011-10-25

25. Zurrer, Emily 2011-11-22 26. Kyle, Kaylyn 2012-03-01 27 & 28. Nault, Marie-Eve Scott, Desiree 2012-07-31 29. Filigno, Jonelle 2012-08-09 30. Julien, Christina 2013-03-08 31. Buchanan, Kadeisha 2016-03-02 32. Bélanger, Josée 2016-06-07 CANADA “A” 75th MATCH Players that have made 75 appearances for Canada / Joueuses avec 75 présences pour le Canada 1. Hooper, Charmaine 2001-06-19 2. Neil, Andrea 2003-05-19 3. Burtini, Silvana 2003-09-27 4. Morneau, Isabelle 2005-05-31 5. Sinclair, Christine 2006-02-25 6. Walsh, Amy 2006-08-26 7. Hermus, Randee 2006-10-28 8. Baxter, Brittany 2008-04-02 9. Matheson, Diana 2008-04-08 10. Lang, Kara 2008-05-23 11. Kiss, Kristina 2008-07-27 12. Wilkinson, Rhian 2010-02-27 13. LeBlanc, Karina 2010-03-30 14. Chapman, Candace 2010-11-02 15. Schmidt, Sophie 2012-01-19 16. Tancredi, Melissa 2012-03-06 17. McLeod, Erin 2012-07-09 18. Moscato, Carmelina 2013-04-04 19. Kyle, Kaylyn 2013-06-02 20. Gayle, Robyn 2013-12-15 21. Desiree Scott 2014-03-12 22. Emily Zurrer 2014-06-18 CANADA “A” 100th MATCH Players that have made 100 appearances for Canada / Joueuses avec 100 présences pour le Canada 1. Hooper, Charmaine 2003-09-20 2. Neil, Andrea 2005-04-21 3. Sinclair, Christine 2007-08-30 4. Hermus, Randee 2008-03-14 5. Walsh, Amy 2009-03-07 6. Matheson, Diana 2010-09-15 7. Baxter, Brittany 2011-06-07 8. Wilkinson, Rhian 2011-06-14 9. Chapman, Candace 2012-01-27 10. LeBlanc, Karina 2012-03-24 11. Schmidt, Sophie 2013-03-06 12. Erin McLeod 2014-11-24 13. Tancredi, Melissa 2015-05-29 14. Kyle, Kaylyn 2015-06-21 CANADA “A” 150th MATCH Players that have made 150 appear-


CANADA “A” 50th GOAL Players that have scored 50 goals for Canada / Joueuses avec 50 buts pour le Canada Hooper, Charmaine 2002-10-30 Sinclair, Christine 2005-04-24 CANADA “A” Sinclair, Christine

100th GOAL 2010-02-20

CANADA “A” 50th WIN Coaches that have won 50 international matches for Canada / Les entraîneurs qui ont remporté 50 matchs internationaux pour le Canada 1. Pellerud, Even 2006-11-22 2. Herdman, John 2016-07-20

FIFA HONOURS Best Young Player / Prix de la meilleure jeune joueuse Buchanan, Kadeisha Canada 2015 All-Star / Équipe des Étoiles Hooper, Charmaine USA 2003 Buchanan, Kadeisha Canada 2015 FIFA TOURNAMENTS Most FIFA Women’s World Cups / Le plus de tournois joués au cours des Coupes du Monde Feminines de la FIFA LeBlanc, Karina 5 Matheson, Diana 4 McLeod, Erin 4 Neil, Andrea 4 Sinclair, Christine 4 Wilkinson, Rhian 4 FIFA APPEARANCES Most games at the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ / Le plus de matchs joués au cours des Coupes du Monde Féminines de la FIFA™ Sinclair, Christine 17 Wilkinson, Rhian 15 Matheson, Diana 13 Hooper, Charmaine 12 Neil, Andrea 11 Schmidt, Sophie 11 McLeod, Erin 10 Tancredi, Melissa 10 Burtini, Silvana 9 Lang, Kara 9 Nonen, Sharolta 9 Baxter, Brittany 9

FIFA MINUTES Most minutes at the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ / Le plus de minutes au cours des Coupes du Monde Féminines de la FIFA™ Sinclair, Christine 1,530 Matheson, Diana 1,102 Hooper, Charmaine 1,080 Schmidt, Sophie 981 McLeod, Erin 889 Nonen, Sharolta 810 Wilkinson, Rhian 750 Neil, Andrea 740 Lang, Kara 724 Dennis, Tanya 720 Tancredi, Melissa 643 Burtini, Silvana 542 Baxter, Brittany 541 Donnelly, Geraldine 540 Helland, Janine 540 Chapman, Candace 523 Kiss, Kristina 501 FIFA AGE Youngest players at the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ / Les joueuses les plus jeunes au cours des Coupes du Monde Féminines de la FIFA™ Lang, Kara (2003) 16.9 Fleming, Jessie (2015) 17.2 Baxter, Brittany (2003) 18.0 Dennis, Tanya (2003) 18.0 Robinson, Jodi-Ann (2007) 18.4 Schmidt, Sophie (2007) 19.2 Matheson, Diana (2003) 19.4 Moscato, Carmelina (2003) 19.4 Oldest players at the FIFA Women’s World Cup / Les joueuses les plus âgées au cours des Coupes du Monde Féminines de la FIFA Neil, Andrea (2007) 35.8 Hooper, Charmaine (2003) 35.7 LeBlanc, Karina (2015) 35.2 Burtini, Silvana (2003) 34.4

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CANADA “A” LEADERS All-time leaders in goals / Meneuses historiques en buts Donnelly, Geri. (1986-07-09) 2 Caron, Annie (1988-06-03) 3 Donnelly, Geri. (1990-04-21) 5 Hooper, Charmaine (1991-04-19) 6 Hooper, C. (1991-04-21) 7 Caron, Annie (1991-04-24) 7 Hooper, C. (1993-08-04) 8 Hooper, C. (1998-08-28) 24 Hooper, C. (1998-08-30) 25 Burtini, Silvana (1998-08-30) 25 Burtini, Silvana (1998-09-01) 27 Hooper, C. (1998-09-04) 28 Hooper, C. (2006-07-30) 71 Sinclair, Christine (2007-07-14) 72 Sinclair, Christine

FINAL RANKING 10th 12th 4th 9th 16th 6th 6W-5D-12L

HONOURS

CANADA “A” 250th MATCH Players that have made 250 appearances for Canada / Joueuses avec 250 présences pour le Canada 1. Sinclair, Christine 2016-08-19

FIFA Sweden 1995 USA 1999 USA 2003 China 2007 Germany 2011 Canada 2015 :: 1995 - 2015

NATIONAL

CANADA “A” 200th MATCH Players that have made 200 appearances for Canada / Joueuses avec 200 présences pour le Canada 1. Sinclair, Christine 2013-12-12

FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP™ / COUPE DU MONDE FÉMININE DE LA FIFA™

FIFA STARTS Most starts at the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ / Le plus de titularisations au cours des Coupes du Monde Féminines de la FIFA™ Sinclair, Christine 17 Hooper, Charmaine 12 Matheson, Diana 12 Schmidt, Sophie 11 McLeod, Erin 10 Lang, Kara 9 Nonen, Sharolta 9

INTERNATIONAL

ances for Canada / Joueuses avec 150 présences pour le Canada 1. Sinclair, Christine 2011-01-23 2. Matheson, Diana 2013-04-07 3. Wilkinson, Rhian 2014-03-10 4. Schmidt, Sophie 2016-07-20

CANADA SOCCER

WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


ÉQUIPE NATIONALE FÉMININE Donnelly, Geraldine (1995) Tancredi, Melissa (2015) Nault, Marie-Eve (2015) Wilkinson, Rhian (2015)

33.5 33.4 33.3 33.1

FIFA GOALS Goals scored at the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ / Les buts marqués au cours des Coupes du Monde Féminines de la FIFA™ Sinclair, Christine 9 Hooper, Charmaine 4 Latham, Christine 3 Burtini, Silvana 2 Lang, Kara 2 Bélanger, Josée 1 Chapman, Candace 1 Donnelly, Geraldine 1 Franko, Martina 1 Lawrence, Ashley 1 Schmidt, Sophie 1 Stoumbos, Helen 1 Tancredi, Melissa 1 FIFA ASSISTS Assists recored at the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ / Les passes marquées au cours des Coupes du Monde Féminines de la FIFA™ From / de 2003-2015 Lang, Kara 4 Hooper, Charmaine 3 Sinclair, Christine 3 Burtini, Silvana 2 Baxter, Brittany 1 Chapman, Candace 1 Donnelly, Geraldine 1 Kiss, Kristina 1 Latham, Christine 1 Matheson, Diana 1 Neil, Andrea 1 *Missing data from goal on 1999-6-19 FIFA MINUTE Fastest goal at the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ / Le but le plus rapide au cours des Coupes du Monde Féminines de la FIFA™ 2007-09-20 Tancredi, Melissa 1 FIFA CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets at the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ / Les blanchissages au cours des Coupes du Monde Féminines de la FIFA™ McLeod, Erin 4 Swiatek, Taryn 2

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CONCACAF - FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS / QUALIFICATION DE LA COUPE DU MONDE DE LA FIFA CONCACAF Haiti 1991 Canada 1994 Canada 1998 USA 2002 USA 2006 Mexico 2010 :: 1991 - 2010

FINAL RANKING 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 22W-0D-4L

CONCACAF HONOURS MVP / Joueuses par excellence Burtini, Silvana 1998 Top Scorer / Meilleur buteuse Burtini, Silvana 1994 Burtini, Silvana 1998 Sinclair & Hooper (et al.) 2002 Sinclair, Christine (et al.) 2006 Outstanding Goalkeeper / Meilleur gardienne McLeod, Erin 2006 All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Chapman, Candace 2002 Hooper, Charmaine 2002 Lang, Kara 2002 Sinclair, Christine 2002 CONCACAF TOURNAMENTS Most CONCACAF / FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualifiers / Le plus de tournois joués au cours des Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA Hooper, Charmaine 4 Neil, Andrea 4 CONCACAF APPEARANCES Most games at the CONCACAF Women’s World Cup Qualifiers / Le plus de matchs joués au cours du Tournoi Qualicatif de la CONCACAF Hooper, Charmaine 19 Burtini, Silvana 14 Chapman, Candace 12 Donnelly, Geraldine 12 Sinclair, Christine 12 Walsh, Amy 10 Neil, Andrea 9

CONCACAF STARTS Most starts at the CONCACAF Women’s World Cup Qualifiers / Le plus de titularisations au cours du Tournoi Qualicatif de la CONCACAF Hooper, Charmaine 19 Burtini, Silvana 14 Chapman, Candace 12 Sinclair, Christine 12 Donnelly, Geraldine 9 CONCACAF MINUTES Most minutes at the CONCACAF Women’s World Cup Qualifiers / Le plus de minutes au cours du Tournoi Qualicatif de la CONCACAF Hooper, Charmaine 1,947 Sinclair, Christine 1,099 Chapman, Candace 1,073 Burtini, Silvana 1,047 CONCACAF AGE Youngest players at the CONCACAF Women’s World Cup Qualifiers / Les joueuses les plus jeunes au cours du Tournoi Qualicatif de la CONCACAF Lang, Kristina (2002) 16.0 Timko, Brittany (2002) 17.1 Booth, Melanie (2002) 18.2 Moscato, Carmelina (2002) 18.4 Walsh, Cindy (1998) 18.9 Sinclair, Christine (2002) 19.3 Rustad, Clare (2002) 19.4 Chapman, Candace (2002) 19.5 McLeod, Erin (2002) 19.6 Andrews, Sasha (2002) 19.7 Graham, Lesie-Anne (1994) 19.9 Oldest players at the CONCACAF Women’s World Cup Qualifiers / Les joueuses les plus âgées au cours du Tournoi Qualicatif de la CONCACAF Neil, Andrea (2007) 35.0 Hooper, Charmaine (2002) 34.8 Hawthorne, Wendy (1994) 34.2 Burtini, Silvana (2002) 33.5 Donnelly, Geraldine (1998) 32.7 CONCACAF GOALS Goals scored at the CONCACAF Women’s World Cup Qualifiers / Les buts marqués au cours du Tournoi Qualicatif de la CONCACAF Hooper, Charmaine 26 Burtini, Silvana 24 Sinclair, Christine 15 Rosenow, Shannon 8 Lang, Kara 5


OLYMPIC / TOURNOI OLYMPIQUE OLYMPIC Beijing 2008 London 2012 Rio 2016 :: 2008 - 2016

FINAL RANKING 8th Bronze 3rd Bronze 3rd 9W-2D-5L

OLYMPIC STARTS Most starts at the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament / Le plus de départs au Tournoi Olympique Sinclair, Christine 15 Matheson, Diana 14 Schmidt, Sophie 14 Tancredi, Melissa 14 Wilkinson, Rhian 13 Scott, Desiree 11 OLYMPIC GOALS Goals scored at the Olympic Football Tournament / Les buts marqués au cours des Tournois olympiques de football Sinclair, Christine 11 Tancredi, Melissa 7 Beckie, Janine 3 Chapman, Candace 1 Filigno, Jonelle 1 Lang, Kara 1 Matheson, Diana 1

OLYMPIC ASSISTS Assists recorded at the Olympic Football Tournament / Les passes marqués au cours des Tournois olympiques Schmidt, Sophie 3 Wilkinson, Rhian 3 Sinclair, Christine 2 Tancredi, Melissa 2 Beckie, Janine 1 Bélanger, Josée 1 Fleming, Jessie 1 Lang, Kara 1 Lawrence, Ashley 1 Quinn, Rebecca 1 Rose, Deanne 1 Rustad, Clare 1 Scott, Desiree 1 Sesselmann, Lauren 1 Walsh, Amy 1 OLYMPIC MINUTE Fastest goal at the Olympic Football Tournament / Le but le plus rapide au cours des Tournois olympiques 2016-08-03 Beckie, Janine 19sec OLYMPIC CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets (minimum 40 minutes) recorded at the Olympic Football Tournament / Blanchissages (minimum de 40 minutes) au cours des Tournois olympiques de football Labbé, Stephanie 2 McLeod, Erin 2 LeBlanc, Karina 1

CONCACAF OLYMPIC QUALIFIERS / QUALIFICATION OLYMPIQUE DE LA CONCACAF CONCACAF Costa Rica 2004 Mexico 2008 Canada 2012 USA 2016 :: 2004 - 2016

FINAL RANKING 3rd 2nd 2nd 2nd 15W-1D-3L

157

HALL of FAME

OLYMPIC GAMES/MATCHS Most games at the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament / Le plus de matchs joués au Tournoi Olympique Matheson, Diana 16 Schmidt, Sophie 16 Sinclair, Christine 15 Tancredi, Melissa 14 Wilkinson, Rhian 13 Scott, Desiree 11 McLeod, Erin 9 Filigno, Jonelle 8 Baxter, Brittany 6 Buchanan, Kadeisha 6 Chapman, Candace 6 Fleming, Jessie 6 Lawrence, Ashley 6 Moscato, Carmelina 6 Kyle, Kaylyn 6 Sesselmann, Lauren 6

1 1

HONOURS

OLYMPIC TOURNAMENTS Most Olympic Football Tournaments / Le plus de Tournois olympiques Matheson, Diana 3 Schmidt, Sophie 3 Sinclair, Christine 3 Tancredi, Melissa 3 Wilkinson, Rhian 3

Rose, Deanne Schmidt, Sophie

NATIONAL

CONCACAF GAMES/MATCHS Clean sheets at the CONCACAF Women’s World Cup Qualifiers / Les blanchissages au cours du Tournoi Qualicatif de la CONCACAF LeBlanc, Karina 7 Wright, Nicole 5 Chin, Carla 4 Hawthorne, Wendy 3 Labbé, Stephanie 1 McLeod, Erin 1

OLYMPIC HONOURS Top Scorer / Meilleur buteuse Sinclair, Christine London 2012

INTERNATIONAL

Vamos, Lydia 5 Blaskovic, Tina 4 Caron, Annie 4 Filigno, Jonelle 4 Morneau, Isabelle 3 Bélanger, Josée 2 Chapman, Candace 2 Franck, Tanya 2 Hermus, Randee 2 Muir, Suzanne 2 Neil, Andrea 2 Smith, Liz 2 Booth, Melanie 1 Cant, Connie 1 Donnelly, Geraldine 1 Harvey, Isabelle 1 Julien, Christina 1 McEachern, Joanne 1 Ring, Michelle 1 Scott, Desiree 1 Tancredi, Melissa 1 Walsh, Amy 1 Wilkinson, Rhian 1 CONCACAF MINUTE Fastest goals at the CONCACAF Women’s World Cup Qualifiers / Les buts les plus rapides au cours du Tournoi Qualicatif de la CONCACAF Hooper, Charmaine (1994-08-13) 2 Burtini, Silvana (1998-08-28) 2 Hooper, Charmaine (1998-09-09) 2

CANADA SOCCER

WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


ÉQUIPE NATIONALE FÉMININE CONCACAF APPEARANCES Sinclair, Christine 17 Tancredi, Melissa 17 CONCACAF GOALS Sinclair, Christine 18 Tancredi, Melissa 9 Jamani, Aysha 7

FIFA U-20 WOMEN’S WORLD CUP / COUPE DU MONDE FÉMININE U-20 DE LA FIFA FIFA U-20 FINAL RANKING Canada 2002 Silver 2nd / 12 Thailand 2004 5th / 12 Russia 2006 10th / 16 Chile 2008 11th / 16 Japan 2012 11th / 16 Canada 2014 6th / 16 Papua New Guinea 2016 15th / 16 :: 2002 - 2016 11W-2D-13L FIFA U-20 HONOURS adidas Golden Boot / Ballon d’or Sinclair, Christine Canada 2002 adidas Golden Shoe / Soulier d’or adidas Sinclair, Christine Canada 2002 Baxter, Brittany Thailand 2004 All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles McLeod, Erin Canada 2002 Chapman, Candace Canada 2002 Moscato, Carmelina Canada 2002 Sinclair, Christine Canada 2002 Baxter, Brittany Thailand 2004 Buchanan, Kadeisha Canada 2014 FIFA GOALS Goals scored at the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup / Les buts marqués au cours des Coupes U-20 du Monde de la FIFA Sinclair, Christine (2002) 10 Timko, Brittany (2004) 7 Lang, Kara (2002, 2004) 4 Robinson, Jodi-Ann (2004, 2006) 3 Leon, Adriana (2012) 3 Beckie, Janine (2014) 2 Maranda, Véronique (2004) 2

158

Lam-Feist, Monica (2008) Rowe, Michelle (2002) Thorlakson, Katie (2002) Rustad, Clare (2002) Dennis, Tanya (2004) Jamani, Aysha (2004) Kyle, Kaylyn (2006) Cicchini, Amanda (2006) Riverso, Loredana (2008) Filigno, Jonelle (2008) Armstrong, Julie (2008) Zadorsky, Shelina (2012) Sawicki, Jaclyn (2012) Charron-Delage, C. (2012) Richardson, Jenna (2012) Exeter, Christine (2012) Prince, Nichelle (2014) Sanderson, Valérie (2014) CONCACAF Canada 2004 Mexico 2006 Mexico 2008 Guatemala 2010 Panama 2012 Honduras 2015 :: 2004 - 2015

2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

FINAL RANKING 1st 2nd 1st 4th 2nd 2nd 24W-1D-5L

FIFA U-17 WOMEN’S WORLD CUP / COUPE DU MONDE FÉMININE U-17 DE LA FIFA FIFA U-17 FINAL RANKING New Zealand 2008 7th / 16 Trinidad and Tobago 2010 10th / 16 Azerbaijan 2012 7th / 16 Costa Rica 2014 8th / 16 Jordan 2016 9th / 16 :: 2008 - 2016 6W-6D-6L FIFA U-17 GOALS Goals scored at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup / Les buts marqués au cours des Coupes U-17 du Monde de la FIFA Levasseur, Marie (2014) 4 Ezurike, Nkem (2008) 2 Lamarre, Rachel (2008) 1 Cantave, Haisha (2012) 1 Pierre-Louis, Amandine (2012) 1

Clarke, Summer (2012) Sanderson, Valérie (2012) Prince, Nichelle (2012) Fleming, Jessie (2014) Kinzner, Sarah (2014)

1 1 1 1 1

CONCACAF FINAL RANKING Trinidad and Tobago 2008 3rd Costa Rica 2010 1st Guatemala 2012 2nd Jamaica 2013 2nd Grenada 2016 3rd :: 2008 - 2016 17W-2D-6L


DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT 1986-07-07 Blaine, MN, USA North American Cup CAN WNT L 0:2 USA National Sports 1986-07-09 Blaine, MN, USA North American Cup CAN WNT W 2:1 USA National Sports 1987-07-05 Blaine, MN, USA North American Cup CAN WNT L 0:2 SWE National Sports 1987-07-07 Blaine, MN, USA North American Cup CAN WNT L 2:4 USA National Sports 1987-12-11 Kaohsiung City, TPE Chinese Cup CAN WNT W 2:0 HKG 1987-12-12 Kaohsiung City, TPE Chinese Cup CAN WNT L 0:2 AUS 1987-12-16 TPE Chinese Cup CAN WNT L 0:2 TPE 1987-12-17 TPE Chinese Cup CAN WNT D 0:0 AUS 1987-12-19 TPE Chinese Cup CAN WNT L 0:4 USA 1987-12-20 TPE Chinese Cup CAN WNT L 0:1 NZL 1988-06-01 Guangzhou, CHN FIFA Tournament CAN WNT L 0:2 CHN Tianhe Sports 45,000 1988-06-03 Foshan, CHN FIFA Tournament CAN WNT W 6:0 CIV Fu Shan 9,750 1988-06-05 Guangzhou, CHN FIFA Tournament CAN WNT D 1:1 NED Tianhe Sports 12,000 1988-06-08 Guangzhou, CHN FIFA Tournament CAN WNT L 0:1 SWE Tianhe Sports 27,000 FINAL : 1-NOR; 2-SWE; 3-BRA; 4-CHN; 5-USA; 6-CAN; 7-NED; 8-AUS; 9-CSR; 10-JPN; 11-CIV; 12-THA

1993 - 1996

MATCH Varna Tournament Varna Tournament Varna Tournament International Invitational International Invitational CONCACAF Championship CONCACAF Championship CONCACAF Championship CONCACAF Championship CONCACAF Championship

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA CAN WNT D 1:1 URS CAN WNT L 0:2 CHN CAN WNT W 5:0 URS Gagarin CAN WNT L 0:2 NOR Winnipeg Complex CAN WNT L 1:4 USA Winnipeg Complex CAN WNT W 6:0 CRC Sylvio Cator CAN WNT W 9:0 JAM Sylvio Cator CAN WNT W 2:0 HAI Sylvio Cator CAN WNT W 6:0 TRI Sylvio Cator CAN WNT L 0:5 USA Sylvio Cator

ATT

350 800 40,000 40,000 40,000 10,000 30,000

HONOURS

DATE LOCATION 1990-04-16 Varna, BUL 1990-04-20 Varna, BUL 1990-04-21 Varna, BUL 1990-07-23 Winnipeg, MB, CAN 1990-07-27 Winnipeg, MB, CAN 1991-04-16 Port-au-Prince, HAI 1991-04-19 Port-au-Prince, HAI 1991-04-21 Port-au-Prince, HAI 1991-04-24 Port-au-Prince, HAI 1991-04-28 Port-au-Prince, HAI

CANADA WNT

CANADA WNT

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT 1993-06-10 Columbus, OH, USA Ohio Soccer Extravagenza CAN WNT L 0:4 ITA Westerville North 1993-06-14 Cincinnati, OH, USA Ohio Soccer Extravagenza CAN WNT L 0:7 USA Galbreath Field 1,100 1993-06-21 Detroit, MI, USA International / amical CAN WNT L 0:3 USA Detroit Silverdome 3,372 1993-08-04 Long Island, NY, USA CONCACAF Invitational CAN WNT W 4:0 TRI New Hyde Park 1,027 1993-08-06 Long Island, NY, USA CONCACAF Invitational CAN WNT D 0:0 NZL New Hyde Park 500 1993-08-08 Long Island, NY, USA CONCACAF Invitational CAN WNT L 0:1 USA New Hyde Park 1,637 1994-04-12 Milford, TRI International / amical CAN WNT W 2:0 TRI 1994-04-14 San Fernando, TRI International / amical CAN WNT L 1:4 USA Skinner Park 1,000 1994-04-17 Port of Spain, TRI International / amical CAN WNT L 0:3 USA Queens Park Oval 500 1994-07-25 Ottawa, ON, CAN International / amical CAN WNT L 1:4 CHN Terry Fox 1,525 1994-07-27 Montréal, QC, CAN International / amical CAN WNT L 1:2 GER 768 1994-08-03 Ottawa, ON, CAN International / amical CAN WNT L 0:3 SWE Keith Harris 2,107 1994-08-05 Montréal, QC, CAN International / amical CAN WNT L 1:2 SWE Claude-Robillard 2,227 1994-08-13 Montréal, QC, CAN CONCACAF Championship CAN WNT W 7:0 JAM Claude-Robillard 1,821 1994-08-15 Montréal, QC, CAN CONCACAF Championship CAN WNT W 6:0 MEX Claude-Robillard 1,256 1994-08-19 Montréal, QC, CAN CONCACAF Championship CAN WNT W 5:0 TRI Claude-Robillard 1,355 Canada qualifies for the FIFA Women’s World Cup / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA 1994-08-21 Montréal, QC, CAN CONCACAF Championship CAN WNT L 0:6 USA Claude-Robillard 2,610

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NATIONAL

1989 - 1992

HALL of FAME

CANADA WNT

INTERNATIONAL

1986 - 1988

CANADA SOCCER

WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


ÉQUIPE NATIONALE FÉMININE DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA 1995-04-11 Poissy, FRA Tournoi Paris CAN WNT L 0:1 FRA Leo La Grange 1995-04-12 St-Maur, FRA Tournoi Paris CAN WNT L 0:5 USA Cheron 1995-04-14 Montpellier, FRA Tournoi Paris CAN WNT D 1:1 ITA de la Mosson 1995-05-05 Tokyo, JPN International / amical CAN WNT L 0:1 JPN Nishigaoka 1995-05-11 Burnaby, BC, CAN International / amical CAN WNT W 3:0 AUS Swangard 1995-05-13 Burnaby, BC, CAN International / amical CAN WNT L 0:3 AUS Swangard 1995-05-19 Dallas, TX, USA International / amical CAN WNT L 1:9 USA Franklin 1995-05-22 Edmonton, AB, CAN International / amical CAN WNT L 1:2 USA Commonwealth 1995-05-29 København, DEN International / amical CAN WNT L 0:5 DEN 1995-06-06 Helsingborg, SWE FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT L 2:3 ENG Olympia 1995-06-08 Helsingborg, SWE FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT D 3:3 NGA Olympia 1995-06-10 Gävle, SWE FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT L 0:7 NOR Stromvallen FINAL : 1-NOR; 2-GER; 3-USA; 4-CHN; 5-SWE; 6-DEN; 7-ENG; 8-JPN; 9-BRA; 10-CAN; 11-NGA; 12-AUS. DATE LOCATION 1996-05-12 Worcester, MA, USA 1996-05-15 New Britain, CT, USA 1996-05-18 Washington, DC, USA 1996-07-04 SD, USA 1996-07-07 Ottawa, ON, CAN

MATCH US Cup ‘96 US Cup ‘96 US Cup ‘96 International / amical International / amical

1997 - 2000

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA CAN WNT L 0:6 USA CAN WNT L 0:5 CHN CAN WNT D 0:0 JPN CAN WNT L 1:2 BRA CAN WNT L 0:2 DEN Keith Harris

ATT

6,145 655 250 2,715 ATT 4,312

1,002

CANADA WNT

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT 1997-05-31 New Britain, CT, USA US Cup ‘97 CAN WNT L 0:4 USA 6,562 1997-06-04 Worcester, USA US Cup ‘97 CAN WNT L 1:2 ITA 1997-06-07 Oakford, PA, USA US Cup ‘97 CAN WNT L 2:3 AUS 1,632 1998-07-19 Ottawa, ON, CAN International / amical CAN WNT L 1:2 CHN Keith Harris 1998-07-21 Montréal, QC, CAN International / amical CAN WNT L 0:4 CHN Claude-Robillard 1998-08-02 Orlando, FL, USA International / amical CAN WNT L 0:4 USA 34,416 1998-08-28 Etobicoke, ON, CAN CONCACAF Championship CAN WNT W 21:0 PUR Centennial 2,050 1998-08-30 Etobicoke, ON, CAN CONCACAF Championship CAN WNT W 14:0 MTQ Centennial 2,121 1998-09-01 Etobicoke, ON, CAN CONCACAF Championship CAN WNT W 4:0 GUA Centennial 2,756 1998-09-04 Etobicoke, ON, CAN CONCACAF Championship CAN WNT W 2:0 CRC Centennial 2,834 Canada qualifies for the FIFA Women’s World Cup / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA 1998-09-06 Etobicoke, ON, CAN CONCACAF Championship CAN WNT W 1:0 MEX Centennial 4,971 Canada wins 1998 CONCACAF Championship / Canada gagne le Championnat CONCACAF DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA 1999-01-06 Sydney, AUS Australia Cup CAN WNT L 0:1 ITA 1999-01-10 Canberra, AUS Australia Cup CAN WNT L 3:4 AUS 1999-05-21 Vancouver, BC, CAN International / amical CAN WNT W 3:0 MEX 1999-05-24 Vancouver, BC, CAN International / amical CAN WNT W 2:0 MEX 1999-06-03 Portland, OR, USA International / amical CAN WNT L 2:4 BRA 1999-06-06 Portland, OR, USA International / amical CAN WNT L 2:4 USA 1999-06-09 Etobicoke, ON, CAN International / amical CAN WNT L 1:3 AUS Centennial 1999-06-12 Toronto, ON, CAN International / amical CAN WNT W 2:0 AUS Varsity 1999-06-19 San Jose, CA, USA FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT D 1:1 JPN Spartan 1999-06-23 Washington, DC, USA FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT L 1:7 NOR Jack Kent Cooke 1999-06-26 New York, NY, USA FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT L 1:4 RUS New Meadowlands TOP-10 (of / de 16) : 1-USA; 2-CHN; 3-BRA; 4-NOR; 5-RUS; 6-SWE; 7-NGA; 8-GER; 9-ITA; 10-PRK. DATE LOCATION 2000-03-12 Lagoa, POR 2000-03-14 Albufeira, POR

160

MATCH Algarve Women’s Cup Algarve Women’s Cup

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA CAN WNT L 0:4 CHN CAN WNT L 1:2 NOR Albufeira

ATT

23,325 3,486 4,639 23,298 16,448 29,401 ATT 200


7,659 10,049

6,223 4,105 3,048 11,140 20,123 21,000 8,569

CANADA WNT

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT 2001-02-10 Rabat, MAR International / amical CAN WNT W 4:0 MAR 2001-02-12 Rabat, MAR International / amical CAN WNT L 0:1 MAR 2001-03-11 Lagoa, POR Algarve Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 3:0 USA Municipal 150 2001-03-13 Silves, POR Algarve Women’s Cup CAN WNT L 2:5 SWE 2001-03-15 Albufeira, POR Algarve Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 2:1 POR Albufeira 2001-03-17 Faro, POR Algarve Women’s Cup CAN WNT L 1:5 CHN 2001-06-10 Linköping, SWE International / amical CAN WNT L 2:5 SWE Folkungavallen 2001-06-14 Goch, GER International / amical CAN WNT L 0:3 GER 3,150 2001-06-17 Oberhausen, GER International / amical CAN WNT L 1:7 GER 1,420 2001-06-19 Hønefoss, NOR International / amical CAN WNT L 1:9 NOR Hønefoss 1,310 2001-06-30 Toronto, ON, CAN International / amical CAN WNT D 2:2 USA Varsity 9,023 2001-07-03 Blaine, MN, USA International / amical CAN WNT L 0:1 USA National Sports 15,614 2002-03-01 Quarteira, POR Algarve Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 3:0 SCO 2002-03-03 Lagoa, POR Algarve Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 4:0 WAL 2002-03-05 Silves, POR Algarve Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 7:1 POR Dr. Francisco Vieira 2002-03-07 Lagoa, POR Algarve Women’s Cup CAN WNT L 0:3 FIN 2002-04-03 Poitiers, FRA Tournoi international CAN WNT D 0:0 AUS Pépinière 4,000 2002-04-06 Angoulême , FRA Tournoi international CAN WNT W 2:0 FRA Lebon 2,500 2002-04-09 Limoges, FRA Tournoi international CAN WNT L 2:3 JPN 2002-07-17 Etobicoke, ON, CAN International / amical CAN WNT D 2:2 NOR Centennial 4,000 2002-09-26 Burnaby, BC, CAN International / amical CAN WNT W 2:0 AUS Swangard 2,653 2002-09-28 Victoria, BC, CAN International / amical CAN WNT L 0:1 AUS Centennial 2,656 2002-10-30 Victoria, BC, CAN CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN WNT W 11:1 HAI Centennial 1,531 2002-11-01 Victoria, BC, CAN CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN WNT W 9:0 JAM Centennial 1,834 2002-11-03 Victoria, BC, CAN CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN WNT W 3:0 CRC Centennial 3,256 2002-11-06 Seattle, WA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN WNT W 2:0 MEX Safeco Field 10,079 Canada qualifies for the FIFA Women’s World Cup / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA 2002-11-09 Pasadena, CA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN WNT L 1:2 USA Rose Bowl 6,911 DATE LOCATION 2003-03-14 Olhão, POR 2003-03-16 Ferreiras, POR 2003-03-18 Santo Antonio, POR 2003-03-20 Guia, POR 2003-04-26 Washington, DC, USA 2003-05-19 Lachine, QC, CAN

MATCH Algarve Women’s Cup Algarve Women’s Cup Algarve Women’s Cup Algarve Women’s Cup International / amical International / amical

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA CAN WNT D 1:1 USA Jose Arcanjo CAN WNT D 1:1 SWE CAN WNT L 0:1 NOR CAN WNT W 7:1 GRE CAN WNT L 1:6 USA RFK CAN WNT W 4:0 ENG SoccerPlexe

ATT 350 365 5,693 2,500

161

HALL of FAME

W 2:1 FIN Albufeira W 3:2 DEN W 1:0 KOR Civic L 0:4 USA Civic W 2:1 NZL AIS Athletics L 1:9 USA Sydney Football W 2:0 AUS Campbelltown S. D 2:2 CHN Breakers W 5:1 JPN Hunter Athletics W 4:3 MEX Foxboro L 2:3 CHN Hershey Park W 12:0 GUA Papa John’s L 1:4 USA Papa John’s L 1:2 CHN Foxboro D 1:1 USA Arrowhead W 3:1 USA Crew

HONOURS

2001 - 2004

CAN WNT CAN WNT CAN WNT CAN WNT CAN WNT CAN WNT CAN WNT CAN WNT CAN WNT CAN WNT CAN WNT CAN WNT CAN WNT CAN WNT CAN WNT CAN WNT

NATIONAL

Algarve Women’s Cup Algarve Women’s Cup Nike Cup Nike Cup Pacific Cup Pacific Cup Pacific Cup Pacific Cup Pacific Cup CONCACAF Gold Cup CONCACAF Gold Cup CONCACAF Gold Cup CONCACAF Gold Cup CONCACAF Gold Cup International / amical International / amical

INTERNATIONAL

2000-03-16 Albufeira, POR 2000-03-18 POR 2000-05-05 Portland, OR, USA 2000-05-07 Portland, OR, USA 2000-05-31 Canberra, AUS 2000-06-02 Sydney, AUS 2000-06-04 Sydney, AUS 2000-06-08 Newcastle, AUS 2000-06-10 Newcastle, AUS 2000-06-24 Foxborough, MA, USA 2000-06-26 Hershey, PA, USA 2000-06-28 Louisville, KY, USA 2000-07-01 Louisville, KY, USA 2000-07-03 Foxborough, MA, USA 2000-08-20 Kansas City, MO, USA 2000-11-11 Columbus, OH, USA

CANADA SOCCER

WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


ÉQUIPE NATIONALE FÉMININE 2003-05-22 Ottawa, ON, CAN International / amical CAN WNT W 4:0 ENG Frank Clair 2003-06-12 Guasave, SI, MEX International / amical CAN WNT W 4:0 MEX 2003-06-15 Mazatlán, SI, MEX International / amical CAN WNT W 2:1 MEX 2003-07-17 Montréal, QC, CAN International / amical CAN WNT W 2:1 BRA Molson 2003-07-20 Ottawa, ON, CAN International / amical CAN WNT W 2:1 BRA Frank Clair 2003-08-16 Seattle, WA, USA International / amical CAN WNT D 1:1 GHA 2003-08-31 Edmonton, AB, CAN International / amical CAN WNT W 8:0 MEX Commonwealth 2003-09-04 Burnaby, BC, CAN International / amical CAN WNT W 6:0 MEX Swangard 2003-09-14 Kingston, ON, CAN International / amical CAN WNT W 2:0 AUS Richardson 2003-09-20 Columbus, OH, USA FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT L 1:4 GER Crew 2003-09-24 Columbus, OH, USA FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT W 3:0 ARG Crew 2003-09-27 Foxborough, MA, USA FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT W 3:1 JPN Gillette 2003-10-02 Portland, OR, USA FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT W 1:0 CHN PGE Park 2003-10-05 Portland, OR, USA FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT L 1:2 SWE PGE Park 2003-10-11 Carson, CA, USA FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT L 1:3 USA StubHub Center TOP-10 (of / de 16) : 1-GER; 2-SWE; 3-USA; 4-CAN; 5-BRA; 6-CHN; 7-NOR; 8-RUS; 9-FRA; 10-JPN. DATE LOCATION 2004-01-30 Shenzhen, CHN 2004-02-01 Shenzhen, CHN 2004-02-03 Shenzhen, CHN 2004-02-26 Herédia, CRC 2004-02-28 Herédia, CRC 2004-03-01 Herédia, CRC 2004-03-03 San José, CRC 2004-03-05 Herédia, CRC

MATCH Four Nations Tournament Four Nations Tournament Four Nations Tournament CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CONCACAF Oly. Qualif.

2004 - 2008 DATE LOCATION MATCH 2004-07-03 Nashville, TN, USA International / amical 2004-07-30 Tokyo, JPN International / amical 2005-04-19 Apeldoorn, NED International / amical 2005-04-21 Osnabrück, GER International / amical 2005-04-24 Hildesheim, GER International / amical 2005-04-27 Bischheim, FRA International / amical 2005-05-25 København, DEN International / amical 2005-05-28 Stockholm, SWE International / amical 2005-05-31 Sarpsborg, NOR International / amical 2005-06-26 Virginia Beach, VA, USA International / amical 2005-09-01 Burnaby, BC, CAN International / amical 2005-09-04 Edmonton, AB, CAN International / amical 2006-02-23 Mexicali, BC, MEX International / amical 2006-02-25 Palm Springs, CA, USA International / amical 2006-03-01 Vancouver, BC, CAN International / amical 2006-03-04 Victoria, BC, CAN International / amical 2006-06-25 Toronto, ON, CAN International / amical 2006-07-18 Blaine, MN, USA International / amical 2006-07-30 Cary, NC, USA International / amical 2006-08-19 St. John’s, NL, CAN International / amical 2006-08-22 St. John’s, NL, CAN International / amical 2006-08-26 Rouen, FRA International / amical 2006-08-29 Saint-Aubin-sur-Scie, FRA International / amical 2006-10-28 Seoul, KOR Peace Queen Women’s Cup 2006-10-30 Masan, KOR Peace Queen Women’s Cup 2006-11-01 Changwon, KOR Peace Queen Women’s Cup

162

CANADA - SCORE - OPP CAN WNT L 1:2 CHN CAN WNT L 1:3 SWE CAN WNT L 0:2 USA CAN WNT W 6:0 JAM CAN WNT W 6:0 PAN CAN WNT W 2:1 CRC CAN WNT L 1:2 MEX CAN WNT W 4:0 CRC

STADIA Shenzhen Shenzhen Shenzhen Rosabal Cordero Rosabal Cordero Rosabal Cordero Nacional Rosabal Cordero

19,000 2,123 12,245 18,000 29,953 6,210 10,068 16,409 15,529 14,356 20,012 27,623 25,253 ATT 1,000 3,000 2,200 1,650 1,800 2,004

CANADA WNT CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT CAN WNT L 0:1 USA The Coliseum 9,110 CAN WNT L 0:3 JPN National Olympic 27,262 CAN WNT D 1:1 NED Berg en Bos 300 CAN WNT L 1:3 GER 6,825 CAN WNT L 2:3 GER 8,000 CAN WNT W 2:0 FRA Parc des Sports 1,200 CAN WNT W 4:3 DEN Rasunda 1,513 CAN WNT L 1:3 SWE Rasunda 2,503 CAN WNT L 0:3 NOR Sarpsborg 762 CAN WNT L 0:2 USA Virginia Beach 3,215 CAN WNT L 1:3 GER Swangard 4,315 CAN WNT L 3:4 GER Commonwealth 8,812 CAN WNT W 3:1 MEX Estadio Necaxa CAN WNT D 1:1 MEX Indio High School CAN WNT W 1:0 NED Thunderbird 3,162 CAN WNT W 3:1 NED Centennial 4,500 CAN WNT W 2:1 ITA Centennial 4,325 CAN WNT W 4:2 SWE National Sports 2,206 CAN WNT L 0:2 USA SAS Soccer 5,292 CAN WNT D 0:0 CHN King George V 5,320 CAN WNT D 1:1 CHN King George V 4,760 CAN WNT W 1:0 FRA Robert-Diochon 1,260 CAN WNT D 2:2 FRA des Vertus 1,558 CAN WNT W 3:2 ITA CAN WNT W 3:1 KOR CAN WNT W 4:2 BRA


DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA 2008-05-10 Washington, DC, USA International / amical CAN WNT L 0:6 USA RFK 2008-05-23 Sydney, AUS International / amical CAN WNT L 1:2 AUS Sydney Football 2008-06-14 Suwon, KOR Peace Queen Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 5:0 ARG Suwon Worldcup 2008-06-16 Suwon, KOR Peace Queen Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 3:1 KOR Suwon Worldcup 2008-06-18 Suwon, KOR Peace Queen Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 2:0 NZL Suwon Worldcup 2008-06-21 Suwon, KOR Peace Queen Women’s Cup CAN WNT L 0:1 USA Suwon Worldcup 2008-07-10 Toronto, ON, CAN International / amical CAN WNT D 1:1 BRA BMO Field 2008-07-26 Singapore, SIN International / amical CAN WNT D 1:1 NZL Queenston 2008-07-27 Singapore, SIN International / amical CAN WNT W 8:0 SIN Queenston 2008-08-06 Tianjin, CHN Olympic Football Tournament CAN WNT W 2:1 ARG Tianjin Olympic 2008-08-09 Tianjin, CHN Olympic Football Tournament CAN WNT D 1:1 CHN Tianjin Olympic 2008-08-12 Beijing, CHN Olympic Football Tournament CAN WNT L 1:2 SWE Workers’ 2008-08-15 Shanghai, CHN Olympic Football Tournament CAN WNT L 1:2 USA Shanghai FINAL : 1-USA; 2- BRA; 3-GER; 4-JPN; 5-CHN; 6-SWE; 7-NOR; 8-CAN; 9-PRK; 10-NZL; 11-ARG; 12-NGA.

ATT 9,332 26,370 1,224 25,280 13,554 23,201 52,600 5,112 26,129

163

HALL of FAME HONOURS

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT 2008-01-16 Guangdong, CHN Four Nations Tournament CAN WNT L 0:4 USA Guangdong Olympic 1,000 2008-01-18 Guangdong, CHN Four Nations Tournament CAN WNT D 0:0 CHN Guangdong Olympic 2008-01-20 Guangdong, CHN Four Nations Tournament CAN WNT D 1:1 FIN Guangdong Olympic 2008-03-05 Paralimni, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 2:1 RUS 2008-03-07 Larnaka, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 3:0 JPN GSZ 2008-03-10 Larnaka, CYP International / amical CAN WNT L 0:2 SCO Alpha Training 25 2008-03-14 Bondoufle, FRA International / amical CAN WNT D 0:0 FRA Robert-Bobin Evry 980 2008-04-02 Juárez, CH, MEX CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CAN WNT W 6:0 TRI Benito Juarez 7,000 2008-04-06 Juárez, CH, MEX CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CAN WNT W 1:0 CRC Benito Juarez 22,280 2008-04-09 Juárez, CH, MEX CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CAN WNT W 1:0 MEX Benito Juarez 19,850 Canada qualifies for the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament / Le Canada se qualifie pour le Tournoi olympique de football 2008-04-12 Juárez, CH, MEX CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CAN WNT D 1:1 USA Benito Juarez 4,115

NATIONAL

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT 2007-05-03 Nanjing, CHN International / amical CAN WNT L 1:3 CHN 2007-05-06 Nanjing, CHN International / amical CAN WNT L 1:2 CHN 2007-05-12 Frisco, TX, USA International / amical CAN WNT L 2:6 USA Pizza Hut 8,569 2007-06-03 Auckland, NZL International / amical CAN WNT W 3:0 NZL North Harbour 2,500 2007-06-06 Auckland, NZL International / amical CAN WNT W 5:0 NZL North Harbour 2007-07-14 Rio, BRA Pan American Games CAN WNT W 7:0 URU Miécimo de Silva 2007-07-16 Rio, BRA Pan American Games CAN WNT W 4:0 ECU João Havelange 2007-07-18 Rio, BRA Pan American Games CAN WNT W 11:1 JAM Zico Football 2007-07-20 Rio, BRA Pan American Games CAN WNT L 0:7 BRA Maracana 2007-07-23 Rio, BRA Pan American Games CAN WNT L 1:2 USA-B Maracana 2007-07-26 Rio, BRA Pan American Games CAN WNT W 2:1 MEX Maracana 2007-08-30 Tokyo, JPN International / amical CAN WNT D 0:0 JPN National 1,952 2007-09-12 Hangzhou, CHN FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT L 1:2 NOR Hangzhou Dragon 30,752 2007-09-15 Hangzhou, CHN FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT W 4:0 GHA Hangzhou Dragon 33,835 2007-09-20 Chengdu, CHN FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT D 2:2 AUS Chengdu Sports 29,300 TOP-10 (of / de 16) : 1-GER; 2-BRA; 3-USA; 4-NOR; 5-CHN; 6-AUS; 7-ENG; 8-PRK; 9-CAN; 10-JPN.

INTERNATIONAL

2006-11-04 Seoul, KOR Peace Queen Women’s Cup CAN WNT L 0:1 USA Seoul World Cup 15,881 2006-11-22 Carson, CA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN WNT W 4:0 JAM StubHub 6,128 Canada qualifies for the FIFA Women’s World Cup / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA 2006-11-26 Carson, CA, USA CONCACAF Gold Cup CAN WNT L 1:2 USA StubHub 6,749

CANADA SOCCER

WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


ÉQUIPES FÉMININES JUVÉNILES 2009 - 2012

CANADA WNT

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT 2009-03-05 Paralimni, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT D 1:1 NZL Paralimni 25 2009-03-07 Larnaka, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 2:1 NED GSZ 25 2009-03-10 Larnaka, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 2:0 RUS Ammochostos 25 2009-03-12 Nicosia, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT L 1:3 ENG GSP 50 2009-05-25 Toronto, ON, CAN International / amical CAN WNT L 0:4 USA BMO Field 10,255 2009-07-19 Rochester, NY, USA International / amical CAN WNT L 0:1 USA Marina Auto 8,433 2009-07-22 Charleston, SC, USA International / amical CAN WNT L 0:1 USA Blackbaud 4,041 2010-02-20 Larnaka, CYP International / amical CAN WNT W 3:0 POL Alpha Sports Centre 30 2010-02-24 Larnaka, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 2:1 SUI Ammochostos 75 2010-02-27 Larnaka, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 1:0 ENG Alpha Sports Centre 150 2010-03-01 Larnaka, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 2:1 RSA Ammochostos 50 2010-03-03 Nicosia, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 1:0 NZL GSP 200 2010-04-24 Yongchuan, CHN International / amical CAN WNT L 0:2 CHN Olympic Sports 23,000 2010-06-03 Hamar, NOR International / amical CAN WNT D 1:1 NOR Fart 823 2010-09-15 Dresden, GER International / amical CAN WNT L 0:5 GER Rudolf-Harbig 20,431 2010-09-30 Toronto, ON, CAN International / amical CAN WNT W 3:1 CHN BMO Field 5,427 2010-10-29 Cancún, QR, MEX CONCACAF Championship CAN WNT W 1:0 TRI Beto Ávila 250 2010-10-31 Cancún, QR, MEX CONCACAF Championship CAN WNT W 8:0 GUY Beto Ávila 482 2010-11-02 Cancún, QR, MEX CONCACAF Championship CAN WNT W 3:0 MEX Beto Ávila 8,850 2010-11-05 Cancún, QR, MEX CONCACAF Championship CAN WNT W 4:0 CRC Beto Ávila 2,000 Canada qualifies for the FIFA Women’s World Cup / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA 2010-11-08 Cancún, QR, MEX CONCACAF Championship CAN WNT W 1:0 MEX Quintana Roo 16,005 Canada wins 2010 CONCACAF Championship / Canada gagne le Championnat CONCACAF DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA 2010-12-09 São Paulo, BRA II Torneio Internacional CAN WNT W 5:0 NED Pacaembu 2010-12-12 São Paulo, BRA II Torneio Internacional CAN WNT W 1:0 MEX Pacaembu 2010-12-15 São Paulo, BRA II Torneio Internacional CAN WNT D 0:0 BRA Pacaembu 2010-12-19 São Paulo, BRA II Torneio Internacional CAN WNT D 2:2 BRA Pacaembu 2011-01-21 Yongchuan, CHN Yongchuan Cup CAN WNT W 3:2 CHN Olympic Center 2011-01-23 Yongchuan, CHN Yongchuan Cup CAN WNT L 1:2 USA Olympic Center 2011-01-25 Yongchuan, CHN Yongchuan Cup CAN WNT W 1:0 SWE Olympic Center 2011-03-02 Larnaka, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 1:0 SCO Ammochostos 2011-03-04 Nicosia, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 1:0 ITA GSP 2011-03-07 Nicosia, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 2:0 ENG GSP 2011-03-09 Paralimni, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 2:1 NED Tassos Marcou 2011-04-02 Palestrina, ITA International / amical CAN WNT L 0:1 SWE Palestrina 2011-05-15 Roma, ITA International / amical CAN WNT D 1:1 SUI Mancini Park Hotel 2011-05-18 Niederhasli, SUI International / amical CAN WNT W 2:1 SUI Campus Niederhasli 2011-05-28 Roma, ITA International / amical CAN WNT W 2:0 NED Mancini Park Hotel 2011-06-07 Telki, HUN International / amical CAN WNT W 1:0 HUN Globall Sportpark 2011-06-14 Roma, ITA International / amical CAN WNT W 2:0 PRK Mancini Park Hotel 2011-06-26 Berlin, GER FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT L 1:2 GER Olympiastadion 2011-06-30 Bochum, GER FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT L 0:4 FRA Bochum 2011-07-05 Dresden, GER FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT L 0:1 NGA Rudolf-Harbig TOP-10 (of / de 16) : 1-JPN; 2-USA; 3-SWE; 4-FRA; 5-BRA; 6-GER; 7-ENG; 8-AUS; 9-NGA; 10-NOR. DATE LOCATION 2011-09-17 Kansas City, KS, USA 2011-09-22 Portland, OR, USA 2011-10-18 Guadalajara, JA, MEX 2011-10-20 Guadalajara, JA, MEX 2011-10-22 Guadalajara, JA, MEX 2011-10-25 Guadalajara, JA, MEX

164

MATCH International / amical International / amical Pan American Games Pan American Games Pan American Games Pan American Games

CANADA - SCORE - OPP CAN WNT D 1:1 USA CAN WNT L 0:3 USA CAN WNT W 3:1 CRC CAN WNT W 1:0 ARG CAN WNT D 0:0 BRA CAN WNT W 2:1 COL

ATT 3,397 7,681 3,986 17,264 10,000 7,000 12,000 15 50 30 300 50 25 350 25 150 50 73,680 16,591 13,638

STADIA ATT Sporting Park 16,191 JELD-WEN Field 18,570 Omnilife 4,000 Omnilife 4,000 Omnilife 10,000 Omnilife 1,000


DATE LOCATION 2013-01-12 Yongchuan, CHN 2013-01-14 Yongchuan, CHN 2013-01-16 Yongchuan, CHN 2013-03-06 Larnaka, CYP 2013-03-08 Nicosia, CYP 2013-03-11 Nicosia, CYP 2013-03-13 Nicosia, CYP 2013-04-04 Nice, FRA 2013-04-07 Rotherham, ENG 2013-06-02 Toronto, ON, CAN 2013-06-19 Paderborn, GER 2013-10-30 Edmonton, AB, CAN 2013-11-24 Vancouver, BC, CAN 2013-12-12 Brasilia, BRA 2013-12-15 Brasilia, BRA 2013-12-18 Brasilia, BRA 2013-12-22 Brasilia, BRA 2014-01-31 Frisco, TX, USA 2014-03-05 Nicosia, CYP 2014-03-07 Larnaka, CYP 2014-03-10 Nicosia, CYP 2014-03-12 Nicosia, CYP 2014-05-08 Winnipeg, MB, CAN 2014-06-18 Vancouver, BC, CAN

CANADA WNT MATCH International Tournament International Tournament International Tournament Cyprus Women’s Cup Cyprus Women’s Cup Cyprus Women’s Cup Cyprus Women’s Cup International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical International / amical Torneio Internacional Torneio Internacional Torneio Internacional Torneio Internacional International / amical Cyprus Women’s Cup Cyprus Women’s Cup Cyprus Women’s Cup Cyprus Women’s Cup International / amical International / amical

CANADA - SCORE - OPP CAN WNT W 1:0 CHN CAN WNT L 1:3 KOR CAN WNT D 0:0 NOR CAN WNT W 2:0 SUI CAN WNT W 2:1 FIN CAN WNT W 1:0 NED CAN WNT L 0:1 ENG CAN WNT D 1:1 FRA CAN WNT L 0:1 ENG CAN WNT L 0:3 USA CAN WNT L 0:1 GER CAN WNT W 3:0 KOR CAN WNT D 0:0 MEX CAN WNT W 2:0 SCO CAN WNT L 0:1 CHI CAN WNT D 0:0 BRA CAN WNT W 1:0 SCO CAN WNT L 0:1 USA CAN WNT W 3:0 FIN CAN WNT W 3:1 ITA CAN WNT L 0:2 ENG CAN WNT W 2:1 IRL CAN WNT D 1:1 USA CAN WNT L 1:2 GER

STADIA Olympic Sports Olympic Sports Olympic Sports GSZ GSP GSP GSP Municipal du Ray New York BMO Field Benteler Arena Commonwealth BC Place Mane Garrincha Mane Garrincha Mane Garrincha Mane Garrincha Toyota GSP GSZ GSP GSP Investors Group BC Place

ATT 16,802 1,000 1,000 50 50 50 200 5,783 4,875 22,453 9,781 12,746 21,217 400 600 4,000 10,000 20,862 40 40 150 45 28,255 15,618

165

HALL of FAME HONOURS

2013 - 2016

ATT 25 30 50 200 3,000 2,073 7,514 16,805 50 1,500 2,000 18,290 14,753 12,719 28,828 26,630 12,465

NATIONAL

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA 2012-02-28 Larnaka, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 5:1 SCO GSZ 2012-03-01 Nicosia, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 2:1 ITA GSP 2012-03-04 Larnaka, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 1:0 NED Ammochostos 2012-03-06 Larnaka, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT L 0:2 FRA GSZ 2012-03-24 Foxborough, MA, USA International / amical CAN WNT W 2:1 BRA Gillette 2012-03-31 Malmö, SWE International / amical CAN WNT L 1:3 SWE Malmö Stadion 2012-05-30 Moncton, NB, CAN International / amical CAN WNT W 1:0 CHN Moncton 2010 2012-06-30 Sandy, UT, USA International / amical CAN WNT L 1:2 USA Rio Tinto 2012-07-09 Vevey, SUI International / amical CAN WNT W 1:0 COL Copet 2012-07-14 Châtel-Saint-Denis, SUI Match world Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 2:0 NZL Lussy 2012-07-17 Savièse, SUI Match world Women’s Cup CAN WNT L 1:2 BRA St-Germain 2012-07-25 Coventry, ENG Olympic Football Tournament CAN WNT L 1:2 JPN City of Coventry 2012-07-28 Coventry, ENG Olympic Football Tournament CAN WNT W 3:0 RSA City of Coventry 2012-07-31 Newcastle, ENG Olympic Football Tournament CAN WNT D 2:2 SWE St. James’ Park 2012-08-03 Coventry, ENG Olympic Football Tournament CAN WNT W 2:0 GBR City of Coventry 2012-08-06 Manchester, ENG Olympic Football Tournament CAN WNT L 3:4 USA Old Trafford 2012-08-09 Coventry, ENG Olympic Football Tournament CAN WNT W 1:0 FRA City of Coventry FINAL : 1-USA; 2- JPN; 3-CAN; 4-FRA; 5-GBR; 6-BRA; 7-SWE; 8-NZL; 9-PRK; 10-RSA; 11-COL; 12-CMR.

INTERNATIONAL

2011-10-27 Guadalajara, JA, MEX Pan American Games CAN WNT D 1:1 BRA Omnilife 10,000 2011-11-22 Phoenix, AZ, USA International / amical CAN WNT W 2:1 SWE Grand Canyon 50 2012-01-19 Vancouver, BC, CAN CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CAN WNT W 6:0 HAI BC Place 7,627 2012-01-21 Vancouver, BC, CAN CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CAN WNT W 2:0 CUB BC Place 12,417 2012-01-23 Vancouver, BC, CAN CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CAN WNT W 5:1 CRC BC Place 8,105 2012-01-27 Vancouver, BC, CAN CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CAN WNT W 3:1 MEX BC Place 22,954 Canada qualifies for the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament / Le Canada se qualifie pour le Tournoi olympique de football 2012-01-29 Vancouver, BC, CAN CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CAN WNT L 0:4 USA BC Place 25,427

CANADA SOCCER

WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


ÉQUIPES FÉMININES JUVÉNILES 2014-10-25 Edmonton, AB, CAN International / amical CAN WNT L 0:3 JPN Commonwealth 2014-10-28 Vancouver, BC, CAN International / amical CAN WNT L 2:3 JPN BC Place 2014-11-24 Los Angeles, CA, USA International / amical CAN WNT W 1:0 SWE Sullivan Field 2014-11-26 Los Angeles, CA, USA International / amical CAN WNT D 1:1 SWE Drake 2015-01-11 Shenzhen, CHN International / amical CAN WNT W 2:1 KOR Shenzhen Bao’an 2015-01-13 Shenzhen, CHN International / amical CAN WNT W 2:1 MEX Shenzhen Bao’an 2015-01-15 Shenzhen, CHN International / amical CAN WNT W 2:1 CHN Shenzhen Bao’an 2015-03-04 Nicosia, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 2:0 SCO GSP Nicosia 2015-03-06 Larnaka, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 1:0 KOR GSZ 2015-03-09 Nicosia, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 1:0 ITA GSP Nicosia 2015-03-11 Larnaka, CYP Cyprus Women’s Cup CAN WNT L 0:1 ENG GSZ 2015-04-09 Bondoufle, FRA International / amical CAN WNT L 0:1 FRA Robert-Bodin 2015-05-29 Hamilton, ON, CAN International / amical CAN WNT W 1:0 ENG Tim Hortons Field 2015-06-06 Edmonton, AB, CAN FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT W 1:0 CHN Commonwealth 2015-06-11 Edmonton, AB, CAN FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT D 0:0 NZL Commonwealth 2015-06-15 Montréal, QC, CAN FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT D 1:1 NED Olympique 2015-06-21 Vancouver, BC, CAN FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT W 1:0 SUI BC Place 2015-06-27 Vancouver, BC, CAN FIFA Women’s World Cup CAN WNT L 1:2 ENG BC Place TOP-10 (of / de 24) : 1-USA; 2-JPN; 3-ENG; 4-GER; 5-FRA; 6-CAN; 7-AUS; 8-CHN; 9-BRA; 10-NOR.

9,654 14,328 20 30 365 532 6,683 30 30 30 100 11,441 23,197 53,058 35,544 45,420 53,855 54,027

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT 2015-12-09 Natal, BRA Torneio Internacional de Natal CAN WNT W 3:0 MEX Arena das Dunas 500 2015-12-13 Natal, BRA Torneio Internacional de Natal CAN WNT W 4:0 TRI Arena das Dunas 6,428 2015-12-16 Natal, BRA Torneio Internacional de Natal CAN WNT L 1:2 BRA Arena das Dunas 2015-12-20 Natal, BRA Torneio Internacional de Natal CAN WNT L 1:3 BRA Arena das Dunas 10,643 2016-02-11 Houston, TX, USA CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CAN WNT W 5:0 GUY BBVA Compass 836 2016-02-14 Houston, TX, USA CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CAN WNT W 6:0 TRI BBVA Compass 1,453 2016-02-16 Houston, TX, USA CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CAN WNT W 10:0 GUA BBVA Compass 859 2016-02-19 Houston, TX, USA CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CAN WNT W 3:1 CRC BBVA Compass 5,516 Canada qualifies for the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament / Le Canada se qualifie pour le Tournoi olympique de football DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA 2016-02-21 Houston, TX, USA CONCACAF Oly. Qualif. CAN WNT L 0:2 USA BBVA Compass 2016-03-02 Albufeira, POR Algarve Women’s Cup CAN WNT L 0:1 DEN Albufeira 2016-03-04 Santo Antonio, POR Algarve Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 1:0 BEL Desportivo 2016-03-07 Lagos, POR Algarve Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 1:0 ISL Municipal de Lagos 2016-03-09 Faro, POR Algarve Women’s Cup CAN WNT W 2:1 BRA Bela Vista 2016-04-10 Eindhoven, NED International / amical CAN WNT W 2:1 NED Jan Louwers 2016-06-04 Toronto, ON, CAN International / amical CAN WNT L 0:2 BRA BMO Field 2016-06-07 Ottawa, ON, CAN International / amical CAN WNT W 1:0 BRA TD Place 2016-07-20 Paris, FRA International / amical CAN WNT W 1:0 CHN Sébastien-Charléty 2016-07-23 Auxerre, FRA International / amical CAN WNT L 0:1 FRA Abbé-Deschamps 2016-08-03 São Paulo, BRA Olympic Football Tournament CAN WNT W 2:0 AUS Corinthians 2016-08-06 São Paulo, BRA Olympic Football Tournament CAN WNT W 3:1 ZIM Corinthians 2016-08-09 Brasilia, BRA Olympic Football Tournament CAN WNT W 2:1 GER Mané Garrincha 2016-08-12 São Paulo, BRA Olympic Football Tournament CAN WNT W 1:0 FRA Corinthians 2016-08-16 Belo Horizonte, BRA Olympic Football Tournament CAN WNT L 0:2 GER Estádio Mineirão 2016-08-19 São Paulo, BRA Olympic Football Tournament CAN WNT W 2:1 BRA Corinthians FINAL : 1-GER; 2-SWE; 3-CAN; 4-BRA; 5-USA; 6-FRA; 7-AUS; 8-CHN; 9-NZL; 10-RSA; 11-COL; 12-ZIM.

166

ATT 9,363 500 300 2,122 28,604 23,568 95 17,589 20,521 30,295 8,227 38,688 5,641 39,718


STADIA Commonwealth Commonwealth Commonwealth Commonwealth Commonwealth Commonwealth

ATT 25,000 15,714 15,803 23,595 37,194 47,784

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP 2004-05-28 Montréal, QC, CAN CONCACAF Under-20 canw19 W 4:0 JAM 2004-05-30 Ottawa, ON, CAN CONCACAF Under-20 canw19 W 7:0 PAN 2004-06-01 Ottawa, ON, CAN CONCACAF Under-20 canw19 W 3:0 MEX 2004-06-04 Montréal, QC, CAN CONCACAF Under-20 canw19 W 4:0 CRC 2004-06-06 Ottawa, ON, CAN CONCACAF Under-20 canw19 W 2:1 USA Canada wins CONCACAF Championship / Canada gagne le Championnat CONCACAF 2004-11-10 Bangkok, THA FIFA U-20 World Cup canw19 W 2:1 AUS 2004-11-13 Bangkok, THA FIFA U-20 World Cup canw19 W 7:0 THA 2004-11-16 Bangkok, THA FIFA U-20 World Cup canw19 D 3:3 GER 2004-11-21 Bangkok, THA FIFA U-20 World Cup canw19 L 1:3 CHN

STADIA Percival-Molson Frank Clair Frank Clair Percival-Molson Frank Clair

ATT 400 1,000 1,000 2,354 3,300

2006 - 2016 DATE LOCATION 2006-01-18 Veracruz, VE, MEX 2006-01-20 Veracruz, VE, MEX 2006-01-22 Veracruz, VE, MEX 2006-01-25 Veracruz, VE, MEX 2006-01-27 Veracruz, VE, MEX 2006-08-17 Moscow, RUS 2006-08-20 Moscow, RUS 2006-08-23 Moscow, RUS

Rajamangala 40,000 Supachalasai 5,500 Supachalasai 2,500 Supachalasai 5,400

CANADA U-17 / U-20 MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup

CANADA - SCORE - OPP canw20 W 7:1 TRI canw20 W 6:0 PAN canw20 W 3:2 MEX canw20 W 2:1 JAM canw20 L 2:3 USA canw20 L 2:3 NGA canw20 W 2:0 FIN canw20 L 0:1 CHN

STADIA Luis Pirata Fuentes Luis Pirata Fuentes Luis Pirata Fuentes Luis Pirata Fuentes Luis Pirata Fuentes Podmoskovie Podmoskovie Torpedo

ATT 350 800 4,000 2,000 1,537 800 1,200 100

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT 2008-06-17 Puebla, PB, MEX CONCACAF Under-20 canw20 W 2:0 NCA Cuauhtémoc 500 2008-06-19 Puebla, PB, MEX CONCACAF Under-20 canw20 W 4:1 JAM Cuauhtémoc 100 2008-06-21 Puebla, PB, MEX CONCACAF Under-20 canw20 W 4:0 CRC Cuauhtémoc 350 2008-06-25 Puebla, PB, MEX CONCACAF Under-20 canw20 W 2:1 MEX Cuauhtémoc 5,000 2008-06-28 Puebla, PB, MEX CONCACAF Under-20 canw20 W 1:0 USA Cuauhtémoc 5,000 Canada wins CONCACAF U-20 Championship / Canada gagne le Championnat CONCACAF U-20 2008-07-17 Bacolet, TRI CONCACAF Under-17 canw17 W 3:0 PUR Dwight Yorke 500 2008-07-19 Bacolet, TRI CONCACAF Under-17 canw17 W 4:3 JAM Dwight Yorke 473 2008-07-21 Bacolet, TRI CONCACAF Under-17 canw17 W 4:1 MEX Dwight Yorke 2008-07-24 Macoya, TRI CONCACAF Under-17 canw17 L 0:2 CRC Marvin Lee 2008-07-27 Macoya, TRI CONCACAF Under-17 canw17 W 1:0 MEX Marvin Lee 500 2008-10-28 Auckland, NZL FIFA U-17 World Cup canw17 W 1:0 NZL North Harbour 13,123 2008-11-01 Auckland, NZL FIFA U-17 World Cup canw17 D 1:1 COL North Harbour 11,170

167

HALL of FAME

CANADA - SCORE - OPP canw19 W 3:2 DEN canw19 W 4:0 JPN canw19 W 2:0 NGA canw19 W 6:2 ENG canw19 D 1:1 BRA canw19 L 0:1 USA

HONOURS

DATE LOCATION MATCH 2002-08-18 Edmonton, AB, CAN FIFA U-20 World Cup 2002-08-20 Edmonton, AB, CAN FIFA U-20 World Cup 2002-08-22 Edmonton, AB, CAN FIFA U-20 World Cup 2002-08-25 Edmonton, AB, CAN FIFA U-20 World Cup 2002-08-29 Edmonton, AB, CAN FIFA U-20 World Cup 2002-09-01 Edmonton, AB, CAN FIFA U-20 World Cup Canada wins silver medal / Canada gagne la médaille d’argent

NATIONAL

CANADA U-19

INTERNATIONAL

2002 - 2004

CANADA SOCCER

WOMEN’S YOUTH TEAMS


ÉQUIPES FÉMININES JUVÉNILES 2008-11-04 Hamilton, NZL 2008-11-08 Wellington, NZL 2008-11-20 Santiago, CHI 2008-11-23 Santiago, CHI 2008-11-27 Coquimbo, CHI

FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup

canw17 canw17 canw20 canw20 canw20

D 0:0 L 1:3 L 0:2 W 4:0 L 1:2

DEN Waikato 3,283 GER Wellington 4,182 JPN de la Florida 3,478 COD de la Florida 7,482 GER Francisco Sanchez 14,048

DATE LOCATION MATCH CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA 2010-01-20 Guatemala, GUA CONCACAF Under-20 canw20 W 1:0 CRC Cementos Progreso 2010-01-22 Guatemala, GUA CONCACAF Under-20 canw20 W 2:0 CUB Cementos Progreso 2010-01-24 Guatemala, GUA CONCACAF Under-20 canw20 W 3:1 GUA Cementos Progreso 2010-01-28 Guatemala, GUA CONCACAF Under-20 canw20 L 0:1 MEX Cementos Progreso 2010-01-30 Guatemala, GUA CONCACAF Under-20 canw20 L 0:1 CRC Cementos Progreso 2010-03-11 Alajuela, CRC CONCACAF Under-17 canw17 W 4:1 JAM Alejandro Morera 2010-03-13 Alajuela, CRC CONCACAF Under-17 canw17 W 2:1 PAN Alejandro Morera 2010-03-15 Alajuela, CRC CONCACAF Under-17 canw17 L 0:1 MEX Alejandro Morera 2010-03-18 Alajuela, CRC CONCACAF Under-17 canw17 D 0:0 USA Alejandro Morera 2010-03-20 Alajuela, CRC CONCACAF Under-17 canw17 W 1:0 MEX Alejandro Morera Canada wins CONCACAF U-17 Championship / Canada gagne le Championnat CONCACAF U-17 2010-09-06 Arima, TRI FIFA U-17 World Cup canw17 W 1:0 GHA Larry Gomes 2010-09-09 Arima, TRI FIFA U-17 World Cup canw17 L 0:1 IRL Larry Gomes 2010-09-13 Marabella, TRI FIFA U-17 World Cup canw17 L 0:2 BRA Manny Ramjohn

ATT 300 3,453 1,918 629 1,309 251 381 320 750 259

1,881 2,293 2,579

DATE LOCATION 2012-03-01 Ciudad Panamá, PAN 2012-03-03 Ciudad Panamá, PAN 2012-03-05 Ciudad Panamá, PAN 2012-03-09 Ciudad Panamá, PAN 2012-03-11 Ciudad Panamá, PAN 2012-05-02 Guatemala, GUA 2012-05-04 Guatemala, GUA 2012-05-06 Guatemala, GUA 2012-05-10 Guatemala, GUA 2012-05-12 Guatemala, GUA 2012-08-20 Kobe, JPN 2012-08-23 Kobe, JPN 2012-08-27 Saitama, JPN 2012-09-22 Baku, AZE 2012-09-25 Baku, AZE 2012-09-29 Baku, AZE 2012-10-04 Baku, AZE

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup

CANADA - SCORE - OPP STADIA ATT canw20 W 5:0 HAI Rommel Fernández 150 canw20 W 2:0 JAM Rommel Fernández 101 canw20 W 1:0 MEX Rommel Fernández 153 canw20 W 6:0 PAN Rommel Fernández 2,071 canw20 L 1:2 USA Rommel Fernández 200 canw17 W 6:0 PAN Cementos Progreso 390 canw17 W 4:0 JAM Cementos Progreso 200 canw17 W 6:1 GUA Cementos Progreso 475 canw17 W 1:0 MEX Cementos Progreso 100 canw17 L 0:1 USA Cementos Progreso 1,768 canw20 W 6:0 ARG Kobe Univ 3,468 canw20 L 1:2 NOR Kobe Univ 3,144 canw20 L 1:2 PRK Komaba 4,182 canw17 D 1:1 NGA Tofig Bahramov 30,250 canw17 W 1:0 COL Shafa 10,827 canw17 W 1:0 AZE Dalga Arena 5,000 canw17 L 1:2 PRK 8KM 6,852

DATE LOCATION 2013-10-31 Montego Bay, JAM 2013-11-02 Montego Bay, JAM 2013-11-04 Montego Bay, JAM 2013-11-07 Montego Bay, JAM 2013-11-09 Montego Bay, JAM 2014-03-15 Liberia, CRC 2014-03-18 Liberia, CRC 2014-03-22 Tibás, CRC

MATCH CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup

CANADA - SCORE - OPP canw17 W 8:0 GUA canw17 W 11:0 TRI canw17 L 0:2 USA canw17 W 5:0 JAM canw17 D 0:0 MEX canw17 D 2:2 GER canw17 D 1:1 PRK canw17 W 2:1 GHA

168

STADIA Catherine Hall Park Catherine Hall Park Catherine Hall Park Catherine Hall Park Catherine Hall Park Edgardo Baltodano Edgardo Baltodano Ricardo Saprissa

ATT 1,500

2,910 3,250 9,658


STADIA Olímpico Metro. Sampedrana Sampedrana Olímpico Metro. Olímpico Metro. Grenada Athletic Grenada Athletic Grenada Athletic Grenada Athletic Grenada Athletic ESPN Wide World ESPN Wide World ESPN Wide World ESPN Wide World ESPN Wide World ESPN Wide World ESPN Wide World Al Hassan Amman King Abdullah II Bava Park Bava Park National Football

ATT 475 45 305 710 250 1,758 1,080 1,279 1,000 2,500 75 100 75 100 50 50 150 4,200 3,384 2,704 1,187 1,748 5,449

HALL of FAME

CANADA - SCORE - OPP canw20 W 2:0 TRI canw20 W 7:0 JAM canw20 W 2:0 HON canw20 D 0:0 MEX canw20 L 0:1 USA canw17 W 3:0 GUA canw17 W 7:0 GRN canw17 L 1:2 HAI canw17 L 0:5 USA canw17 W 4:2 HAI canw15 W 6:0 VEN canw15 W 2:0 CRC canw15 W 5:0 JAM canw15 W 6:0 SLV canw15 W 10:0 CUW canw15 W 3:1 MEX canw15 L 0:2 USA canw17 W 3:2 CMR canw17 D 1:1 GER canw17 L 0:2 VEN canw20 L 0:5 ESP canw20 L 1:3 NGA canw20 L 0:5 JPN

HONOURS

MATCH CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-20 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Under-17 CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-17 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup FIFA U-20 World Cup

NATIONAL

DATE LOCATION 2015-12-03 San Pedro Sula, HON 2015-12-06 San Pedro Sula, HON 2015-12-08 San Pedro Sula, HON 2015-12-11 San Pedro Sula, HON 2015-12-13 San Pedro Sula, HON 2016-03-03 St. George’s, GRN 2016-03-05 St. George’s, GRN 2016-03-07 St. George’s, GRN 2016-03-11 St. George’s, GRN 2016-03-13 St. George’s, GRN 2016-08-09 Orlando, FL, USA 2016-08-10 Orlando, FL, USA 2016-08-11 Orlando, FL, USA 2016-08-13 Orlando, FL, USA 2016-08-17 Orlando, FL, USA 2016-08-19 Orlando, FL, USA 2016-08-21 Orlando, FL, USA 2016-09-30 Irbid, JOR 2016-10-03 Amman, JOR 2016-10-07 Amman, JOR 2016-11-13 Port Moresby, PNG 2016-11-16 Port Moresby, PNG 2016-11-20 Port Moresby, PNG

1,812 14,834 16,503 13,031 22,421 330 564 600 650 250 1,320

INTERNATIONAL

2014-03-27 San José, CRC FIFA U-17 World Cup canw17 L 2:3 VEN Nacional 2014-08-05 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA U-20 World Cup canw20 L 0:1 GHA BMO Field 2014-08-08 Toronto, ON, CAN FIFA U-20 World Cup canw20 W 3:2 FIN BMO Field 2014-08-12 Montréal, QC, CAN FIFA U-20 World Cup canw20 W 1:0 PRK Olympique 2014-08-16 Edmonton, AB, CAN FIFA U-20 World Cup canw20 L 0:2 GER Commonwealth 2014-08-07 Cayman Brac, CAY CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 canw15 W 5:0 PUR Cayman Brac 2014-08-09 Cayman Brac, CAY CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 canw15 W 6:0 CUB Cayman Brac 2014-08-11 Cayman Brac, CAY CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 canw15 D 1:1 HAI Cayman Brac 2014-08-13 George Town, CAY CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 canw15 W 8:1 CRC T.E McField 2014-08-15 Grand Cayman, CAY CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 canw15 W 1:0 TRI Truman Bodden 2014-08-17 George Town, CAY CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 canw15 D 1:1 HAI T.E McField Canada wins CONCACAF U-15 Championship / Canada gagne le Championnat CONCACAF U-15

CANADA SOCCER

WOMEN’S YOUTH TEAMS

169


ARBITRES / REFEREES FIFA LIST OF REFEREES / LISTE D’ARBITRES DE LA FIFA Canadians appointed to the FIFA List of Referees and Assistant Referees since 1955. / Les canadiens nommé à la Liste d’arbitres et d’arbitres assistants de la FIFA depuis 1955. NAME / NOM Allen, Bob America, Carmil Arrowsmith, Gordon Avis, Paul * Belleau, Daniel Boland, T. Bourdeau, Mathieu * Brière, Philippe Brown, Rob Brummit, Dave Brunetti, Adriano Bucci, Dino Butler, Reginald Camacho, Tony Clark, Darren Clarke, Philip Clarke, Reginald Corrivault, J-F Davies, John DeLuca, Amato Depiero, Steven Dirkie, Matthew Docherty, Glen Douglas, Derek Evangelista, Tony Farias, José Fearn, Simon Finlay, S. * Fischer, Drew * Fletcher, Joe Foote, Ernest Fusco, Ben Gallacher, Bill * Gamache, Richard * Gantar, Dave Godon, Jean Hepworth, Ross Highet, Jim Jerome, Johnny Johnson, Harold Johnson, Peter King, Arthur Kristo, Zoran Kulai, Dan Laidlaw, William Lalaye, Louis Lee, Frank Liu, Tiger Longhurst, E. Maglio, Dante Mathurin, Emerson Matos, Ilio

170

YEARS / ANS 1983-87 (5) 1969-73 (5) 1982-91 (10) 1972 (1) 20071959-61 (3) 2015-16 (2) 20101992-94 (3) 1988-92 (5) 1987-89 (3) 1992-2000 (9) 1968-69 (2) 1993-95, ‘97 (4) 2008-13 (6) 1981-83 (3) 1968-75 (8) 1999-04, ‘06-07 (7) 1971-74 (4) 2002-07 (6) 2002-10 (9) 1993-96 (4) 1992-94 (3) 1987-91 (5) 1977-91 (15) 1996-02, ‘04-05 (9) 1999-2007 (9) 1999 (1) 201520071987-92 (6) 1975-85 (11) 1973-74 (2) 201620111993-96 (4) 1995-98 (4) 1970-73 (4) 1993-95, ‘98-01 (7) 1960-63 (3) 1974-81 (8) 1966-71 (6) 1999-2006 (8) 1956-67 (12) 1993-99 (7) 1992-93 (2) 1959-68, ‘70 (11) 2001-06 (6) 1959 (1) 1971-81 (11) 1975-76 (2) 1974-84 (11)

NAME / NOM McLean, Hugh Meachin, John * Mitchell-Carvalho, Oscar Mleziva, J. Morgan, Ray Morris, John Mortimer, Steve Mullen, F. Mulock, N. Navarro, Mauricio Neilsen, John Parra, René Petrescu, Silviu Proctor, Gerry Reid, Martin Reid, Robert Rogers, Gordon Roy, Eric Sadler, Harry Sawtell, Bob Schofield, Neil Seifert, Mike Skinner, Kevin Soupliotis, Dino Stanescu, Bogdan Tait, Stan Vergara, Héctor Ward, Paul Webber, John Weir, Alex Winsemann, Werner Yarnell, Herbert

YEARS / ANS 1959-61 (3) 1981-89 (9) 20171970 (1) 1955-67 (13) 1968-69 (2) 1992-93 (2) 1963 (1) 1992 (1) 2000-11 (12) 1993-99 (7) 1993-99 (7) 2002-13 (12) 1999-2004 (6) 1995-2004 (10) 1964 (1) 1992-93 (2) 1993-2005 (13) 1956-70 (15) 1990-95 (6) 1999-2006 (8) 1990-2003 (14) 1996-99 (4) 1976-80 (5) 2002-04 (3) 1966 (1) 1993-2011 (19) 2007-13 (7) 1963-65 (3) 1964, 1966-67 (3) 1971-80 (10) 1956-58 (3)

NAME / NOM Allaire, Marie-Julie * Beaudoin, Marie-Soleil Blackwood, Anne * Boudreau, Chantal Chalmers, Kim Charbonneau, MJ * Chénard, Carol-Anne Denoncourt, Sonia * Dickson, Sheena Douglas, Charlene * Gagnon-Chretien, Marie-Han Kruse, Darci Morisset, Suzanne Poirier, Shauna Proctor, Jill * Pye, Michelle Robinson, Denise

YEARS / ANS 2007 (1) 20141994-99 (6) 20151994-95, ‘97-06 (12) 2012-16 (5) 20061994-2004 (11) 20132004-07 (4) 20152007-11 (5) 2008-10, ‘12-16 (8) 2009-10 (2) 2000-06 (7) 20072000-07 (8)


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Canada Soccer's annual Records & Results guide / Les records et résultats de Canada Soccer

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