1964 Canadian Nation Challenge Cup
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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.
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, 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.
- "The Challenge Trophy"[permanent dead link]
- 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.