The 2019 Futsal Canadian Championship will be held 11-14 April 2019 at Queen’s University in Kingston, ON and feature eight teams from seven Provincial and Territorial […]
The 2019 Futsal Canadian Championship will be held 11-14 April 2019 at Queen’s University in Kingston, ON and feature eight teams from seven Provincial and Territorial Member Associations. The competition will feature 16 games over 4 days with the 2019 Futsal Canadian Championship final going Sunday 14 April at 12:30 p.m. ET. All games will be streamed live on CanadaSoccer.com.
2018 Futsal Canadian Championship winners, Ontario’s Toronto Idolo Futsal, will return to the competition joining the Ontario provincial champions (or second place team should Idolo win the 2019 Ontario Futsal Cup), as well as the provincial champions from Quebec, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Alberta. In addition, territorial representatives from Nunavut and Yukon will return to Kingston for a second straight year.
Provincial and Territorial Member Association Qualification Championships Dates
Manitoba Soccer Association
26 January, 9-10 February
Nunavut Soccer Association
14-17 February, Rankin Inlet
Saskatchewan Soccer Association
Alberta Soccer Association
8-10 Feb, 23-24 March
Quebec Soccer Federation
Launched in 2015, the Futsal Canadian Championship is Canada’s top-level club futsal championship. Ontario are the defending Futsal Canadian Championship winners, Quebec was the 2017 champion, while Ontario were the inaugural 2015 and 2016 champions.
Futsal is a unique, fast-paced indoor sport played across Canada and around the world. Canada Soccer is committed to the growth and promotion of the game. At the elite club level, Canada Soccer supports domestic competition through the annual Futsal Canadian Championship.
Canada Soccer is committed to supporting international playing opportunities in futsal through participation in the Concacaf Club Futsal Championships and through the Futsal National Team with international participation in the Concacaf Futsal Championship and the FIFA Futsal World Cup.
Canada Soccer outlines return to soccer guidelines. The return to soccer guidelines provide member organizations with a five-step process, including a checklist of weighted questions known as the Return to Soccer Assessment Tool.