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World Cup proves Canada not just a hockey nation
There is an ongoing debate in the Canadian soccer community as to whether Canada had a successful World Cup on the pitch. Critics argue they didn't—the Reds had an easy path to the semifinals and ended up losing to England, a team it used to regularly ...
Daily Planet: Canada's World Cup gets rave reviews despite FIFA scandal
Calgary Sun
If Peter Montopoli, general secretary of the Canadian Soccer Association, hadn't mentioned it at the FIFA closing press conference here Friday, nobody would likely have made mention of it. “Canada ends up ranked 6th in this competition,” he said of ...
Gold Cup will be a measure of progress for Canadian men: Young
Toronto Star
Having been shut out of Canada's first World Cup and with the Pan Ams an arduous drive down the HOV-narrowed road in Hamilton, this Gold Cup is our present as it comes north for the first time, though not before the Canadian men go through their own ...
Canada's past didn't help in the present at the Women's World Cup
The Globe and Mail
The past, present and future of Canadian women's soccer intersected at the Women's World Cup. The past – the stirring bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympics – sparked hope of a repeat, a push to the semi-finals or even all the way to the championship ...
Canada underachieved at Women's World Cup
If we separate the act of hosting the World Cup from Canada's actual play on the field, the latter was a disappointment. The Canadian Soccer Association hit a home run in hosting—the country rallied behind the Canadian team, and the tournament as a whole.
Daily Planet: Sydney Leroux only Canadian left in World Cup final
Toronto Sun
She also won the gold medal for B.C. at the Canada Games in 2005. Her goal, since she watched the U.S. play before 90,000 in the Rose Bowl and win the World Cup, was to play for that team. To accomplish that goal she played high school soccer in ...
Canada wins Group A at Women's World Cup with draw vs. Netherlands
The Globe and Mail
The Voyageurs, Canada's national soccer supporters' group, did an honourable job trying to marshall loud support, and there were 45,420 in attendance on Monday. But this city is demoralizingly oblivious to the World Cup and Olympic Stadium is a ...
FIFA Women's World Cup: Canadian 'goals will come': Christine Sinclair
Canada's women's soccer team has scored just once in its first two group-stage matches at the FIFA Women's World Cup. Canada will look to find its scoring touch in their third and final group-stage game versus the Netherlands on Monday at Montreal's ...


About Canadian Championship

The Canadian Championship, better known as the Nutrilite Canadian Championship, is a soccer tournament, which decides Canada's participant into the CONCACAF Champions League. It called the Nutrilite Canadian Championship because Nutrilite is sponsoring it. Only the top three Canadian professional clubs in Canada are included in the competition. Home and Away legs take place, and the winning team among the three of them qualifies for the CONCACAF Champions League.

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