The Challenge Trophy


The Challenge Trophy
The Challenge Trophy
Founded 1912
Region Canada Canada (CONCACAF)
Number of teams 10
Current champions Churchill Arms FC
Most successful club Westminster Royals (8 times)
Website Canada Soccer
2010
The Challenge Trophy

The Challenge Trophy is a national amateur football (soccer) cup in Canada contested by the champions of individual provincial soccer competitions. It is one of the oldest football competitions in Canada, being held since 1913. It is run by the Canadian Soccer Association.

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History

On May 24, 1912, the Amateur Athletic Union met in Toronto to determine a competition to crown a Canadian national champion.[1] That year, the executive of the Dominion of Canada Football Association invited the Duke of Connaught to become the Patron of the Association. The Duke donated the Connaught Cup to the FA, which became the championship of Canadian soccer. In 1926, the English FA donated a new trophy to replace it as the national championship named the Challenge Trophy.[2]

The inaugural competition in 1913 and the 1914 edition both featured four teams in a league format; both were won by Manitoba side Norwood Wanderers. From 1915 to 1955, the final was generally played as a best-of-three series between the champions of the west and the champions of the east.[1][3] The single-game final used today was first implemented in 1956.

In 1927, the previously amateur-only tournament opened to professional teams. Prior to 1940, fifteen finals were played at Carruthers Park in Winnipeg, (roughly halfway across the country) five in Toronto and one each in Vancouver and Montreal.[1]

From 1954 to 1961, the trophy was replaced by the Carling Cup. The original Challenge Trophy is now retired and on display at The Soccer Hall of Fame and Museum in Vaughan, Ontario.[3]

The tournament acted as a men's national championship at the highest level in Canadian soccer in its early years, however, professional and semi-professional tournaments have taken on more importance in recent decades, including the Nutrilite Canadian Championship.

Qualifying competitions and paticipants

Provincial championships determine the teams competing in The Challenge Trophy:

Past winners

Year Host Final Third Place Match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd Place Score 4th Place
1913
league
Fort William, Ontario Manitoba
Norwood Wanderers
St. Boniface
Quebec
Lachine
Montreal
Ontario
Fort William C.P.R.
Ontario
Toronto Old Country
1914
league
Winnipeg, Manitoba Manitoba
Norwood Wanderers
St. Boniface
Ontario
Fort William C.P.R.
Ontario
Toronto Eatonians
Quebec
Lachine
Montreal
1915
east v. west
Toronto, ON Manitoba
Winnipeg Scottish[6]
0-0
6-1
Ontario
Toronto Lancashire
1916
1917
1918
No Competition
1919 Montreal, QC Quebec
Grand Trunk
Montreal
2-1
1-0
Manitoba
Winnipeg War Veterans
1920
details
Hamilton, ON
Toronto, ON
Ontario
Westinghouse
Hamilton
0-0
2-1
Manitoba
Winnipeg Britannia
1921 Toronto, ON Ontario
Toronto Scottish
British Columbia
Ladysmith
1922 Toronto, ON Alberta
Hillhurst
Calgary
Ontario
Toronto Ulster United
1923 Carruthers Park
Winnipeg, MB
British Columbia
Nanaimo Wanderers
Quebec
Montreal C.P.R.
1924 Carruthers Park
Winnipeg, MB
Manitoba
United Weston
Winnipeg
Quebec
Canadian Explosives
Beloeil
1925 Carruthers Park
Winnipeg, MB
Ontario
Toronto Ulster United
British Columbia
Nanaimo Wanderers
1926 Carruthers Park
Winnipeg, MB
Manitoba
United Weston
Winnipeg
British Columbia
Canadian Collieries
Cumberland
1927 Carruthers Park
Winnipeg, MB
British Columbia
Nanaimo Wanderers
Ontario
Fort William Legion
1928
details
Carruthers Park
Winnipeg, MB
British Columbia
Westminster Royals[7]
3-2
1-2
6-1
Quebec
Montreal C.N.R.
1929
details
Carruthers Park
Winnipeg, MB
Quebec
Canadian National
Montreal
Manitoba
United Weston
Winnipeg
1930
details
Carruthers Park
Winnipeg, MB
British Columbia
Westminster Royals
Quebec
Montreal C.N.R.
1931 Carruthers Park
Winnipeg, MB
British Columbia
Westminster Royals
Ontario
Toronto Scottish
1932 Toronto, ON Ontario
Toronto Scottish [8]
British Columbia
Vancouver North Shore
1933 Carruthers Park
Winnipeg, MB
Ontario
Toronto Scottish[9]
Saskatchewan
Prince Albert City Reds
1934 Carruthers Park
Winnipeg, MB
Quebec
Verdun Park
Saskatchewan
Prince Albert City Reds
1935 Carruthers Park
Winnipeg, MB
Quebec
Aldred Building
Montreal
British Columbia
Nanaimo Wanderers
1936 Vancouver, BC British Columbia
Westminster Royals
Manitoba
United Weston
Winnipeg
1937 Carruthers Park
Winnipeg, MB
British Columbia
Johnston Nationals
Vancouver
OntarioToronto Ulster United
1938
5 games
Carruthers Park
Winnipeg, MB
British Columbia
Vancouver North Shore
T-T
L-W
W-L
T-T
6-2
Ontario
Dome Mines
Timmins
1939 Carruthers Park
Winnipeg, MB
British Columbia
Radials
Vancouver
2-2
2-3
2-0
3-1
Quebec
Carsteel
Montreal
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
No Competition
1946 Ontario
Toronto Ulster United
Ontario
Fort William Combines
1947 British Columbia
St. Andrew's
Vancouver
Manitoba
Winnipeg Combines
1948 Quebec
Carsteel
Montreal
British Columbia
St. Andrew's
Vancouver
1949 [10] British Columbia
Vancouver North Shore
best of 3 Ontario
Westinghouse
Hamilton
1950
details [11]
British Columbia
Vancouver City
Manitoba
Winnipeg Scottish
1951 Ontario
Toronto Ulster United
British Columbia
St. Andrew's
Vancouver
1952 Quebec
Stelco
Montreal
British Columbia
Westminster Royals
1953 British Columbia
Westminster Royals
Quebec
Montreal Hakoah
1954 Manitoba
A.N. & A.F. Scottish
Winnipeg[12]
British Columbia
Vancouver North Shore
1955 British Columbia
Westminster Royals
Quebec
Montreal Ukraina
1956 British Columbia
Halecos
Vancouver
5-1 Manitoba
Winnipeg Germania
1957 Quebec
Montreal Ukraina
2-1 British Columbia
Vancouver North Shore
1958 British Columbia
Westminster Royals
2-0 Manitoba
Winnipeg Scottish
1959 Quebec
Montreal Alouettes
3-2 British Columbia
Westminster Royals
1960 British Columbia
Westminster Royals
4-0 Ontario
Golden Mile
Toronto
1961
details
Faillon Stadium
Montreal, QC
Quebec
Montreal Concordia
1-0 British Columbia
Vancouver Firefighters
1962 Manitoba
Winnipeg Scottish
6-0 Alberta
Edmonton Edelweiss
1963 No Competition
1964
details
British Columbia
Vancouver Columbus
4-0 Ontario
Italian Flyers
Sudbury
1965 British Columbia
Vancouver Firefighters
3-0 Ontario
Oshawa Italians
1966
details
Alexander Park in Winnipeg, Manitoba British Columbia
Vancouver Under 23 All Stars
2-0 Quebec
1967 Calgary, Alberta Ontario
Balymena United
Toronto
1-0 Alberta
Buffalo Kickers
Calgary
1968 Toronto, Ontario Ontario
Toronto Royals
2-1 British Columbia
Vancouver Columbus
1969 Vancouver, British Columbia British Columbia
Vancouver Columbus
10-0 Quebec
Montreal Ukraina

1970 and beyond

Year Host Final Third Place Match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd Place Score 4th Place
1970 no competition[13] Manitoba
Manitoba Selects
1971 Vancouver, British Columbia [14] British Columbia
Vancouver Eintracht
3-1 Ontario
Windsor Maple Leafs [15]
1972 York Stadium in Toronto, Ontario British Columbia
New Westminster Blues
3-0 Ontario
Toronto San Fili
1973 St. John's, Newfoundland British Columbia
Vancouver Firefighters
2-0 Ontario
Toronto West Indies United
1974 St. John's, Newfoundland Alberta
Calgary Springer Kickers
2-1 Ontario
Windsor Italia
1975 Calgary, Alberta British Columbia
London Boxing Club of Victoria
3-1 Newfoundland and Labrador
St. Lawrence Laurentians
1976 Winnipeg, Manitoba British Columbia
Victoria West Soccer Club
3-2 Manitoba
Winnipeg Fort Rouge
1977 St. Lawrence, Newfoundland British Columbia
Vancouver Columbus
1-0 Newfoundland and Labrador
St. Lawrence Laurentians
1978 Kitchener, Ontario British Columbia
Vancouver Columbus
3-1 Quebec
Montreal Elio Blues
1979 Victoria, British Columbia British Columbia
Victoria West Soccer Club
6-2 Quebec
La Salle Olympics
1980 Halifax, Nova Scotia New Brunswick
Saint John Drydock
3-2 Ontario
Ottawa Maple Leaf Almrausch
1981 Calgary, Alberta Ontario
Toronto Ciociaro
2-1 Alberta
Calgary Kickers
Newfoundland and Labrador
Holy Cross
1-0[16] British Columbia
1982 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan British Columbia
Victoria West Soccer Club
4-0 Saskatchewan
Saskatoon United
1983 Thunder Bay, Ontario British Columbia
Vancouver Firefighters
2-1 Ontario
Windsor Croatia
1984 Victoria, British Columbia British Columbia
Victoria West Soccer Club
1-0 Ontario
Dundas United
1985 Clarke Stadium in Edmonton, Alberta British Columbia
Vancouver Croatia
3-0 Quebec
Montreal Elio Blues
1986 Rock Forest, Quebec Ontario
Hamilton Steelers
1-0 British Columbia
Vancouver Croatia
1987
details
Winnipeg, Manitoba Manitoba
Winnipeg Lucania FC
1-0 British Columbia
New Westminster Q.P.R.
Alberta
Edmonton Scottish
Nova ScotiaDartmouth United
1988
details
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Newfoundland and Labrador
Holy Cross
St. John's
2-0 Alberta
Edmonton Ital-Canadians
1989 St. John's, Newfoundland Ontario
Scarborough Azurri Soccer Club
3-2 Newfoundland and Labrador
Holy Cross
St. John's
Manitoba
Winnipeg Lucania FC
1990
details
Beazley Field in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia British Columbia
Vancouver Firefighters
1-0 Nova Scotia
Dartmouth United
1991
details
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan British Columbia
Norvan ANAF
Vancouver
3-2(pk) Ontario
Scarborough Azzuri
Manitoba
Winnipeg Lucania FC
1992
details
Burnaby, British Columbia British Columbia
Norvan ANAF
Vancouver
1-0 Alberta
Edmonton Scottish
Quebec
Lakers du Lac Saint-Louis
1993
details
Centennial Stadium in Etobicoke, Ontario British Columbia
Westside Rino
Vancouver
1-0 Quebec
Calommiers de Longueuil
1994
details
Edmonton, Alberta Alberta
Edmonton Ital-Canadians
1-0 Ontario
Scarborough Azzuri "A"
1995
details
Winnipeg, Manitoba Quebec
Mistral Estrie
1-0 Nova Scotia
King of Donair
Halifax
1996
details
New Minas, Nova Scotia British Columbia
Westside C.I.B.C.
2-1 Quebec
Cosmos de LaSalle
Manitoba
Sons of Italy Lions SC
1997
details
Calgary, Alberta Alberta
Edmonton Ital Canadians
3-1 British Columbia
North Shore Pegasus
Vancouver
Manitoba
Winnipeg Lucania FC
1998
details
Fredericton, New Brunswick Quebec
RDP Concordes Quebec
1-0 Ontario
Hamilton Serbians
Alberta
Calgary Dinosaurs
British Columbia
Vancouver Firefighters
1999
details
Chilliwack, British Columbia Alberta
Calgary Celtic SFC
1-0
[17]
British Columbia
Coquitlam Metro Ford Wolves
Newfoundland and Labrador
St. Lawrence Laurentians
4-3 Nova Scotia
Halifax Dunbrack SC[18]
2000
details
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Manitoba
Winnipeg Lucania FC
2-0 British Columbia
Westside Rinos "A"
Vancouver
Ontario
Woodbridge Azzuri
3-2 Alberta
Calgary Celtic
2001
details
reference
Etobicoke, Ontario Nova Scotia
King of Donair
Halifax
4-1 British Columbia
Victoria Gorge FC
Ontario
Aurora Hearts
1-0 Manitoba
Winnipeg Lucania FC
2002
details
St. John's, Newfoundland Manitoba
Sons of Italy Lions SC
1-0
(et)[19]
Newfoundland and Labrador
St. Lawrence Laurentians
Nova Scotia 2-0 Alberta
2003
details
Quebec City, Quebec[20] Alberta
Calgary Callies
Quebec
SC Panellinios Montréal
British Columbia
Surrey United
Manitoba
Sokol
2004
details
Charlottetown[21] British Columbia
Pegasus FC
Surrey
0-0
(4-3 pens)
Ontario
Ottawa Royals
Quebec
SC Panellinios Montréal
2-0 Saskatchewan
Saskatoon Arsenal
2005
details
Calgary, Alberta Ontario
Scarborough G.S. United
3-2 Alberta
Edmonton Green & Gold
Alberta
Calgary Dinosaurs
2 - 0 Quebec
SC Panellinios Montréal
2006
details
British Columbia Ontario
Ottawa St. Anthony Italia
1 - 0 Alberta
Calgary Callies
Quebec
Quebec Select Trois-Rivieres
3 - 1 Nova Scotia
Scotia
2007
details
Halifax, Nova Scotia[22] Alberta
Calgary Callies
5 - 0 British Columbia
Columbus Clan F.C.
Newfoundland and Labrador
St. Lawrence Laurentians
2 - 1 Nova Scotia
Halifax City S.C.
2008
details
Newfoundland and Labrador[23] Alberta
Calgary Callies
3-1 Quebec
Corfinium AFA Saint-Léonard
Prince Edward Island
Avondale Islanders
3-2 British Columbia
Victoria Gorge FC
2009
details
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Manitoba
SC Hellas
1-0 Quebec
Beauport
Prince Edward Island
Avondale Islanders
0-0 (4-3)pk Alberta
Calgary Callies
2010
details
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island Prince Edward Island
Churchill Arms F.C.
2-0 British Columbia
Gorge F.C.
2011
details
Quebec
2012
details
Manitoba
2013
details
Nova Scotia
2014
details
Ontario
2015
details
Alberta

Most titles

By Provincial Association

Rank Province Titles
1 British Columbia British Columbia 39
2 Ontario Ontario 15
T-3 Quebec Quebec 11
T-3 Manitoba Manitoba 11
5 Alberta Alberta 8
6 Saskatchewan Saskatchewan 1
1
Dominion of Newfoundland Newfoundland 1
Nova Scotia Nova Scotia 1
Prince Edward Island Prince Edward Island 1

By club

Rank Club Champions Runners-up
1 British Columbia Westminster Royals 8
2 British Columbia Vancouver Columbus 4 2
British Columbia Vancouver Firefighters 4
British Columbia Victoria West Soccer Club 4
5 Ontario Toronto Scottish 3 1
Ontario Toronto Ulster United 3
Alberta Calgary Callies 3
8 Dominion of Newfoundland St. Lawrence Lauretians 2
Alberta Edmonton Ital Canadians 2
Manitoba Lucania Soccer Club 2
British Columbia Nanaimo Wanderers 2
Manitoba Norwood Wanderers 2
Manitoba United Weston 2
British Columbia Vancouver North Shore 2
British Columbia Norvan ANAF 2
Manitoba Winnipeg Scottish 2
17 Manitoba A.N. & A.F. Scottish 1
Quebec Aldred Building 1
Ontario Balymena 1
Alberta Calgary Celtic SFC 1
Alberta Calgary Springer Kickers 1
Quebec Canadian National 1
Quebec Carsteel 1
Quebec Grand Trunk 1
British Columbia Halecos 1
Nova Scotia King of Donair 1
Ontario Hamilton Steelers 1
Alberta Hillhurst 1
Dominion of Newfoundland Holy Cross 1 1
British Columbia Johnston Nationals 1
British Columbia London Boxing Club of Victoria 1
Manitoba Manitoba Selects 1
Quebec Mistral Estrie 1
Quebec Montreal Alouettes 1
Quebec Montreal Concordia 1
Quebec Montreal Ukraina 1
British Columbia New Westminster Blues 1
Ontario Ottawa St. Anthony 1
British Columbia Pegasus F.C. 1
British Columbia Radials 1
Quebec RDP Concordes Quebec 1
New Brunswick Saint John Drydock 1
Ontario Scarborough Azurri Soccer Club 1
Ontario Scarborough G.S. United 1
Manitoba Sons of Italy Lions SC 1
British Columbia Vancouver St. Andrew's 1
Quebec Stelco 1
Ontario Toronto Ciociaro Soccer Club 1
Ontario Toronto Royals 1
British Columbia Vancouver City 1
British Columbia Vancouver Croatia 1
British Columbia Vancouver Eintracht 1
British Columbia Vancouver Under 23 All Stars 1
Quebec Verdun Park 1
Ontario Westinghouse 1
British Columbia Westside C.I.B.C. 1
British Columbia Westside Rino 1
Manitoba SC Hellas 1
Prince Edward Island Churchill Arms F.C. 1

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c "Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame & Museum"
  2. ^ "The Challenge Trophy"
  3. ^ a b "National Challenge Trophy"
  4. ^ 2011 guide to the Quebec Cup
  5. ^ Newfoundland and Labrador Soccer Association (Development)
  6. ^ "Winnipeg Scottish" (in english). Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame. http://www.halloffame.mb.ca/honoured/2004/1915Scottish.htm. Retrieved 2009-05-06. 
  7. ^ "Westminster Royals - 1928" (in english). thesoccerhalloffame.ca. http://www.thesoccerhalloffame.ca/OSN.nsf/c1bfa845a2dec3bf85256b0b005d4116/e8e0980eddc84d9185256fb00073e6ba?OpenDocument. Retrieved 2009-05-06. 
  8. ^ "Toronto Scottish - 1933" (in english). thesoccerhalloffame.ca. http://www.thesoccerhalloffame.ca/OSN.nsf/c1bfa845a2dec3bf85256b0b005d4116/37660183b53cc0328525714600531fe7?OpenDocument. Retrieved 2009-05-06. 
  9. ^ "Toronto Scottish - 1933" (in english). thesoccerhalloffame.ca. http://www.thesoccerhalloffame.ca/OSN.nsf/c1bfa845a2dec3bf85256b0b005d4116/37660183b53cc0328525714600531fe7?OpenDocument. Retrieved 2009-05-06. 
  10. ^ "Experience Spells Difference As Vancouver Wins Crown". The Calgary Herald. 11 August 1949. http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=8TlkAAAAIBAJ&sjid=D3wNAAAAIBAJ&dq=soccer%20canada%20vancouver&pg=2729%2C1316006. Retrieved 11 June 2011. 
  11. ^ "Vancouver City Moves into Dominion Soccer Finals". Edmonton Journal. 8 August 1950. http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=mh1lAAAAIBAJ&sjid=BYgNAAAAIBAJ&dq=soccer%20canada%20vancouver&pg=1195%2C872571. Retrieved 11 June 2011. 
  12. ^ "1954 A.N.A.F. Scottish Soccer Team" (in english). Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame. http://www.halloffame.mb.ca/honoured/1999/1954Scottish.htm. Retrieved 2009-05-06. 
  13. ^ Labrom, R. W. (Dick) (11-2008). "The Canadian Club Championships 1984 – 2008" (in english). http://www.canadasoccer.com/documents/2008_CCC_byLabrom.pdf. Retrieved 2009-06-01. 
  14. ^ "Vancouver wins soccer final". The Leader-Post. 6 October 1971. http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=Vp1ZAAAAIBAJ&sjid=rEkNAAAAIBAJ&dq=canadian%20soccer&pg=4340%2C1029925. Retrieved 17 June 2011. 
  15. ^ "Leafs seek dominion title". The Windsor Star. 2 October 1971. http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=zEQ_AAAAIBAJ&sjid=AlIMAAAAIBAJ&dq=canadian%20soccer&pg=3732%2C1722355. Retrieved 17 June 2011. 
  16. ^ Short, Robin (2009-05-16). "No.2 1988 Holy Cross Challenge Cup Champions" (in english). The Telegram. http://www.thetelegram.com/index.cfm?sid=251962&sc=83. Retrieved 2009-05-24. 
  17. ^ "National Challenge Cup Soccer Tournament" (in english). http://www.laurentianshomepage.com/Chilliwack.html. Retrieved 2008-07-08. 
  18. ^ "The Red & Black Newsletter" (in english). Halifax Dunbrack Soccer Club. 2001-06. http://www.dunbracksoccer.ns.ca/documents/R_B_Jun01.pdf. Retrieved 2009-06-29. 
  19. ^ Browne, John (2002-10-15). "Golden goal leaves Laurentians Silver" (in english). The Telegram. http://www.laurentianshomepage.com/Nat1.pdf. Retrieved 2008-07-08. 
  20. ^ Dunphy, Gord. "Nationals Review" (in english). http://www.laurentianshomepage.com/national.html. Retrieved 2008-07-21. 
  21. ^ "2004 National Club Championships Start Tomorrow" (in english). http://www.soccer.on.ca/OSN.nsf/77e0ea8534295d6585256c800053451e/4e3a065e4777541085256f24006696f6?OpenDocument. Retrieved 2008-08-22. 
  22. ^ Canadian National Challenge Cup 2007
  23. ^ "CSA 2008 Challenge Cup" (in english). http://www.canadasoccer.com/eng/natchamps/club/challenge.asp?sub2=2. Retrieved 2008-10-14. [dead link]

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