1964 Canadian Nation Challenge Cup

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The 1964 Canadian National Challenge Cup was won by Vancouver Columbus who defeated the Sudbury Italian Flyers.

The Canadian National Challenge Cup, also known as The Challenge Trophy, is a national amateur football (soccer) cup in Canada contested by the champions of individual provincial soccer competitions.[1]

In the Eastern Canada Amateur Soccer Championship, the St. Paul Rovers of Montreal and Sudbury Italia Flyers were left in a tie, 2-2, on August 30, 1964,[2] The St. Anthony Italia went on to defeat the Montreal St. Paul Rovers 4-2, in the tie-breaking game in Sudbury on September 12, 1964.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Challenge Trophy"
  2. ^ Gillespie, Norman (1964-08-31). "Sudbury, St. Paul Deadlocked after Four Overtime Periods". The Montreal Gazette (Postmedia Network, Inc.). p. 30. Retrieved 2011-07-17. "St. Paul Rovers of Montreal and Sudbury St. Anthony Italia Flyers battled through 130 minutes of playing time ... in the Eastern Canada Amateur Soccer Championship without a winner being declared."