Youth soccer schedules announced for BMO National Championships

The Canadian Soccer Association has officially announced the schedule and times for the 2010 BMO National Championships Sony U-18 Cup, U-16 Cup, and U-14 Cup. All six competitions – with divisions for boys and girls – will take place 6-11 October in Mount Pearl, NL (Sony U-18 Cup), Vaughan, ON (U-16 Cup) and Moncton, NB (U-14 Cup).

As of this past weekend, all 70 clubs have now qualified for the six youth competitions. Only at the senior level, one spot remains open for the 2010 BMO National Championships. This year’s Challenge Trophy (senior men) and Jubilee Trophy (senior women) competitions take place in Charlottetown, PE from 6-11 October. There will be 10 teams in the Challenge Trophy championship and eight teams in the Jubilee Trophy championship.

BMO Financial Group is proud to support soccer at all levels across Canada, from grassroots to Canada’s national teams. Starting with sponsorship of more than 400 Canadian youth teams to the title support of elite youth players at the BMO National Championships, through to the professional-team support (Toronto FC and Vancouver Whitecaps FC) and sponsorship of the Canadian men’s and women’s national soccer teams, BMO Financial Group is serious about Canadian soccer. For more information on BMO’s support of soccer in Canada, visit bmosoccer.com.

For all the information on the 2010 BMO National Championships, please be sure to bookmark the competition microsite at www.CanadaSoccer.com/nationals/.

SONY U-18 CUP

The Canadian Soccer Association has announced the schedule for the 2010 BMO National Championships Sony U-18 Cup. The national competitions – U-18 Men and U-18 Women – will be played 6-11 October in Mount Pearl, NL. In the men’s competition, there are 12 teams (divided into three groups) and 30 matches; in the women’s competition, there are 10 teams (divided into two groups) and 25 matches.

On the men’s side, Group A features Calgary Foothills Crew (Alberta), St. John’s (Newfoundland Labrador), ACFC Pumas (Saskatchewan), and Western (Newfoundland Labrador-2); Group B features Vaughan Azzurri (Ontario), Coquitlam Dynamo (British Columbia), Halifax Dunbrack (Nova Scotia) and Yukon Strikers (Yukon); Group C features Winsloe West Royalty Blues (Prince Edward Island), Lac St-Louis Lakers (Québec), Phoenix (Manitoba) and Codiac (New Brunswick).

On the women’s side, Group A features West Raiders (Alberta), Erin Mills Eagles (Ontario), Hollandia Impact (Saskatchewan), FDSA (New Brunswick), and St. John’s (Newfoundland Labrador); Group B features Coquitlam Silence (British Columbia), Royal Sélect Beauport (Québec), FCNW (Manitoba), Dartmouth United (Nova Scotia), and Winsloe West Royalty Blues (Prince Edward Island).

In all, close to 400 players and close to 100 club officials will take part in the 55 matches to be played during the Sony U-18 Cup in Mount Pearl, NL. Matches will be played at Mount Pearl, King George V Park, Bowering Park and Mundy Pond. Also as part of the 2010 BMO National Championships, additional competitions are taking place during the same week in Charlottetown, PE (Challenge Trophy and Jubilee Trophy), Vaughan, ON (U-16 Cup) and Moncton, NB (U-14 Cup).

Last year’s U-18 Cup champions were Calgary Foothills Crew (Men) of Alberta and Calgary Foothills Athletic (Women) of Alberta.

U-16 CUP

The Canadian Soccer Association has announced the schedule for the 2010 BMO National Championships U-16 Cup. The national competitions – U-16 Boys and U-16 Girls – will be played 6-11 October in Vaughan, ON. The 12 teams in each competition have been divided into three groups. In each competition, there are 18 group matches and 12 classification matches.

On the boys side, Group A features Lakeshore (Québec), Valley Selects (Nova Scotia), Aurora Elite (Saskatchewan) and Woodbridge Strikers (Ontario-2); Group B features Edmonton Juventus (Alberta), Kelowna United (British Columbia), Sherwood-Parkdale (Prince Edward Island) and St. John’s (Newfoundland Labrador); Group C features Ajax Strikers (Ontario), FCNW (Manitoba), Codiac (New Brunswick) and Yukon Strikers (Yukon).

On the girls side, Group A features Monteuil (Québec), Bonivital SC (Manitoba), Surrey Pegasus (British Columbia) and North London Galaxy (Ontario-2); Group B features Pickering Power (Ontario), Eastside Eagles (Saskatchewan), St. John’s (Newfoundland Labrador) and West Prince Storm SC (Prince Edward Island); Group C features Blizzard Threat (Alberta), Cape Breton Selects (Nova Scotia), FC Chaleur (New Brunswick) and Yukon Strikers (Yukon).

In all, more than 400 players and more than 100 club officials will take part in the 60 matches to be played during the U-16 Cup in Vaughan, ON. Matches will be played at the Ontario Soccer Centre, Vaughan Grove and Hershey Field. Also as part of the 2010 BMO National Championships, additional competitions are taking place during the same week in Charlottetown, PE (Challenge Trophy and Jubilee Trophy), Mount Pearl, NL (Sony U-18 Cup) and Moncton, NB (U-14 Cup).

Last year’s U-16 Cup champions were Conquérants Laval (Boys) of Québec and Beauport (Girls) of Québec.

U-14 CUP

The Canadian Soccer Association has announced the schedule for the 2010 BMO National Championships U-14 Cup. The national competitions – U-14 Boys and U-14 Girls – will be played 6-11 October in Moncton, NB. The 12 teams in each competition have been divided into three groups. In each competition, there are 18 group matches and 12 classification matches.

On the boys side, Group A features NSD Rangers (Alberta), Fundy (New Brunswick), Suburban SC (Nova Scotia) and Dieppe (New Brunswick 2); Group B features Brampton Blast (Ontario), Bonivital SC (Manitoba), Aurora Diablo (Saskatchewan) and St. John’s (Newfoundland Labrador); Group C features Surrey United (British Columbia), Braves d’Ahuntsic (Québec), Yukon Strikers (Yukon) and Stratford SC (Prince Edward Island).

On the girls side, Group A features Brampton Brams (Ontario), FC North West (Manitoba), Codiac (New Brunswick 2), and Aurora Concordes (Saskatchewan); Group B features Coquitlam Fusion (British Columbia), St. John’s (Newfoundland Labrador), Yukon Strikers (Yukon), and Fundy (New Brunswick); Group C features Lakeshore (Québec), Chinook United (Alberta), Sherwood-Parkdale (Prince Edward Island), and Halifax County (Nova Scotia).

In all, more than 400 players and more than 100 club officials will take part in the 60 matches to be played during the U-14 Cup in Moncton, NB. All the matches will be played at CN Sportsplexe. Also as part of the 2010 BMO National Championships, additional competitions are taking place during the same week in Charlottetown, PE (Challenge Trophy and Jubilee Trophy), Mount Pearl, NL (Sony U-18 Cup) and Vaughan, ON (U-16 Cup).

Last year’s U-14 Cup champions were Edmonton Juventus (Boys) of Alberta and the Ajax Strikers (Girls) of Ontario.

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