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The 2024 TELUS Canadian Championship

The 2024 TELUS Canadian Championship will kick off on Tuesday, April 2nd in Calgary, Alberta as Cavalry FC and Vancouver FC face off to open the Preliminary Round and the annual Battle of the North for the Voyageurs Cup. 

On Wednesday, May 1st on the West Coast, Pacific FC and Victoria Highlanders FC will go head-to-head in an all-Vancouver Island clash in Langford, British Columbia to finish off the day.  

Fans can find coverage of the TELUS Canadian Championship across Canada Soccer’s digital channels including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube featuring the hashtag #CanChamp. 

The six Preliminary Round winners will advance to the TELUS Canadian Championship Quarter-Final stage where they will be joined by last year’s finalists, champions Vancouver Whitecaps FC and runners-up CF Montréal who both received byes from the Preliminary Round. The Quarter-Finals will be played as a two-match home and away series across May.  

British Columbian Clubs - Preliminary Round (April 23rd – May 2nd) | Single Knockout 

Cavalry FC vs Vancouver FC 

  • Tuesday, April 23rd
  • Kickoff – 19.00 local (21.00 ET / 18.00 PT)
  • ATCO Field at Spruce Meadows, Calgary, AB 

Pacific FC vs Victoria Highlanders FC

  • Wednesday, May 1st
  • Kickoff – 19.00 local (10.00 ET / 19.00 PT)
  • Starlight Stadium, Langford, BC  

For more information about the 2024 TELUS Canadian Championship, please click here.

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