(October 7, 2019) From October 9-14, top U15 teams from around the country will meet in Edmonton to compete at the 2019 Toyota National Championships. The event, hosted by the Edmonton Minor Soccer Association (EMSA), will welcome 12 male and 12 female teams, each vying for the title of National Champions.

Four of these teams hail from Alberta, after placing first and second at Tier 1 Provincials in late August:

  • St Albert Impact (U15B gold)
  • Calgary Foothills (U15B silver)
  • Calgary Foothills (U15G gold)
  • Millwoods Selects (GU15 silver)

All games will be held at Ivor Dent Sports Park, starting on Wednesday and wrapping up with gold medal matches on Thanksgiving Monday. Soccer fans in the Edmonton area are invited to attend the games in support of the Alberta Teams and take in some high-quality soccer throughout the 6-day Championship event.


  • Ivor Dent Sports Park is located at North East corner of Ellerslie Road and 50 Street
  • Driveway access via the traffic light on 4th Avenue SW & 50 Street
  • Click here to view on Google Maps


  • All scheduling information can be found here, on the Canada Soccer website
U17 Cup | Challenge Trophy | Jubilee Trophy

Championship games will be taking place throughout other parts of the country as well, with the U17 Cup in Charlottetown, PEI, and the Challenge and Jubilee events in St John’s, NL. Congratulations to the following teams, which will represent Alberta:

  • U17 Cup: Calgary Foothills FC 17
  • U17 Cup: Calgary Foothills WFC 17
  • Challenge Trophy: Edmonton Scottish
  • Jubilee Trophy: Edmonton Northwest United

About the Toyota National Championships

“The Toyota National Championships are Canada Soccer’s largest amateur competition, extending from coast to coast to coast each year with more than 600 competing clubs and 10,000 players,” said Peter Montopoli, Canada Soccer General Secretary. “The Toyota National Championships provide an impactful experience for our sport and our host communities, helping to build an important legacy for sport in Canada.”

Stay tuned during the games

  • Twitter: @AlbertaSoccer, @CanadaSoccerEN, and @EMSAmain
  • Facebook: @AlbertaSoccer, @CanadaSoccer, and @EMSASoccerYEG