(October 15, 2019) The 2019 Toyota National Championships came to a close yesterday, with 62 teams competing in 159 games over the Thanksgiving Long Weekend.
Alberta impressed, earning 5 out of a possible 8 medals
Alberta was well represented across the country, with eight teams vying for the Championship title in six competitions. Congratulations to each of the following teams, who worked hard all season, topped their divisions at Provincials, and ultimately earned the right to compete at this year’s Nationals.
- U15G | Calgary Foothills WFC | gold
- U15G | Millwoods Selects FC | 6th
- U15B | St Albert Impact | gold
- U15B | Calgary Foothills FC | silver
- U17G | Calgary Foothills WFC | 5th
- U17B | Calgary Foothills FC | gold
- Jubilee | Edmonton Northwest United SC | silver
- Challenge | Edmonton Scottish | 4th
“This past weekend was very successful for Alberta. The quality of play exhibited by Alberta teams resulted in an unprecedented medal haul,” said Shaun Lowther, Alberta Soccer Executive Director. “I would like to recognize the work put in by the coaches and managers who prepared their players to showcase their abilities to attain such excellence. And, of course, the players deserve accolades for their performances on the field and their attitudes throughout the competitions.”
U15 Cup Hosts
Alberta was proud to once again host a National Championship event, with the U15 Cup featured in Edmonton and hosted by the Edmonton Minor Soccer Association (EMSA).
“The Edmonton Minor Soccer Association went above and beyond as hosts of the U15 Competition. The environment they created led to a tremendous competition for all involved,” continued Lowther. “We’d like to issue a massive thank you to the LOC and the volunteers – your work was greatly appreciated.”
The Challenge and Jubilee Trophy events were hosted in St. John’s, Newfoundland while the U17 Cup participants gathered in Charlottetown, PEI to compete.
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