The Canadian Soccer Youth National Club Championships are open to club teams who win gold at the U15 and U17 Tier I Provincials. In previous years, teams winning U14, U16, and U18 Tier I Provincials have qualified; however, this changed in 2017.
Canada Soccer also offers Senior National Championships for teams who win the Jubilee Shield and the Challenge Cup.
Teams finishing first in Masters Major and Classics Major are eligible to compete in the Western Masters and Classics, also hosted by Canada Soccer.
Locations, schedules, rule books and other information can be found on the Canada Soccer website.
2017 Rules for National Competitions
U15 Cup – Laval, QC
U17 Cup – Surrey, BC
Challenge & Jubilee – Saskatoon, SK
2017 Results – Alberta Teams
U15 Girls – Edmonton Inter – 3rd place (bronze medal)
U15 Boys – Calgary Foothills – 2nd place (silver medal)
U15 Boys – Calgary Eastside Memorial – 6th place
U17 Girls – Sherwood Park Phoenix – 6th
U17 Boys – Calgary Northside Hurricanes – 7th place
Jubilee Trophy – Calgary Callies – 9th Place
Challenge Trophy – Edmonton Victoria – CHAMPIONS