2006 CIS Men's Soccer Championship

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The 2006 CIS Men's Soccer Championship Finals were held from 9 to 12 November 2006 at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta. It will consisted of 8 teams from the various conferences under the Canadian Interuniversity Sport.


First Team (1–11) and Second Team (12–22) with school and hometown. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 GK Gérardo Argento (Montreal)
2 DF Adam Legg (Western)
3 DF Michel Mana Nga (Laval)
4 MF Johan Le Goff (Montreal)
5 MF Mike Bialy (Toronto)
6 MF Ricardo Marquez (Cape Breton)
7 MF Ryan Haughn (Dalhousie)
8 FW Junior Castrillon-Rendon (Alberta)
9 FW Steve Frazao (UBC)
10 FW Mark Bennett (Brock)
11 FW Cole McFarlane (Victoria)
No. Position Player
12 GK Srdjan Djekanovic (UBC)
13 DF Eric Tse (Toronto)
14 DF Diaz Kambere (Trinity Western)
15 DF Eduardo Farias (Saint Mary's)
16 MF Nick Perugini (Trinity Western)
17 MF Rafael Moniz (Brock)
18 MF Matt Thomson (UPEI)
19 MF James Scholefield (McGill)
20 Canada FW Evan Milward (Toronto (Kingston, ON))
21 FW Kwame Osei (Cape Breton)
22 Mali FW Boubacar Coulibaly (Montreal (Bamako, Mali))


Along with host Alberta Golden Bears, the teams that qualified for the National Finals are UNB Varsity Reds, Trinity Western Spartans, Montreal Carabins, Western Ontario Mustangs, St. Mary's Huskies, Toronto Varsity blues and Laval Rouge et Or.