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October 4th, 2023

2023 Toyota National Championships Begin!

Soccer teams from across Canada are gearing up for the 2023 Toyota National Championships. With matches set to take place in various cities across Canada, this premier soccer event promises to deliver an unforgettable week of athletic prowess, teamwork, and spirited competition

U15 Girls - Waterloo, ON 

The action begins in Waterloo, Ontario, as the U15 Girls division takes center stage. Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC kicked off the action where they faced Missausaga Super Nova FC, we will see them battle it out on the pitch for supremacy.  



09:00 Mississauga Supernova FC Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC 
2023-10-05 13:30 Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC Edmonton BTB SC 
2023-10-07 11:00 Winnipeg Phoenix FC Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC 
2023-10-08 11:00 Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC Moncton Codiac 

U15 Girls Nationals - Results and Standings


U15 Boys - Waterloo, ON 

The U15 Boys division will also showcase their skills in Waterloo. Watch Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC and London Alliance FC Mustangs face off on October 5th at 3:45 PM in what promises to be a thrilling encounter. 

2023-10-05 15:45 Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC London Alliance FC Mustangs 
2023-10-06 15:45 Dutch Connections FCA Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC 

U15 Boys Nationals - Results and Standings

U17 Girls - Moncton, NB 

Over in Moncton, New Brunswick, the U17 Girls division promises high-intensity matches. Burnaby FC will be in the spotlight as they take on teams like Halifax County United and CS Dieppe. The journey begins on October 4th at 9:30 AM when Burnaby FC goes head-to-head with Halifax County United. 

2023-10-04 09:30 Burnaby FC Halifax County United 
2023-10-05 17:00 Spatial du CS St-Hubert Burnaby FC
2023-10-06 17:00 Burnaby FC CS Dieppe 
2023-10-08 09:00 Burnaby FC Regina QC United 

U17 Girls Nationals - Results and Standings


U17 Boys - Moncton, NB 

The U17 Boys will join the action in Moncton. Watch Burnaby FC's talented squad as they aim for victory against formidable opponents, including Yellowknife YK Galaxy FC and Charlottetown PEI FC. 

2023-10-04 14:30 Burnaby FC Yellowknife YK Galaxy FC 


Burnaby FC Charlottetown PEI FC 

U17 Boys Nationals - Results and Standings

Jubilee Trophy - Halifax, NS 

Halifax, Nova Scotia, hosts the Jubilee Trophy, a prestigious Women's tournament. Surrey United SC will represent BC Soccer and face tough competitors like Edmonton Drillers SC and Holy Cross FC. The excitement begins on October 4th at 11:00 AM. 

2023-10-0 11:00 Edmonton Drillers SC Surrey United SC 
2023-10-05 16:00 Surrey United SC  Fredericton Picaroons 
2023-10-07 11:30 Holy Cross FC Surrey United SC 
2023-10-08 16:30 Surrey United SC  Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals FC 

Jubilee Trophy - Results and Standings


Challenge Trophy - Halifax, NS 

The Challenge Trophy, the ultimate Men's tournament, will also take place in Halifax, NS. Surrey BB5 United from BC Soccer will vie for glory against fierce rivals, including FC Winnipeg Lions and Rapides Chaudière-Ouest. 

2023-10-04 11:00 Surrey BB5 United FC Winnipeg Lions 
2023-10-05 11:00 West Ottawa SC Surrey BB5 United
2023-10-08 13:30 Surrey BB5 United Rapides Chaudière-Ouest 
2023-10-08 09:00 Surrey BB5 United Fredericton Picaroons 

Challenge Trophy - Results and Standings

This competition offers experience for our participating teams and their players, coaches, and support staff, as well as for officials and volunteers in our country. 

For detailed schedules, ticket information, and updates, please click here. 

To watch the live streams, please click here.

Be part of the excitement and support BC Soccer's representatives! Join us in celebrating the beautiful game and the dedication of these athletes at the 2023 Toyota National Championships!

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