Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame

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Coordinates: 43°46′23″N 79°36′29″W / 43.773°N 79.608°W / 43.773; -79.608

The Football Hall of Fame
Established 1997
Location Vaughan, Ontario, Canada
Type Sport museum

The Soccer Hall of Fame in Vaughan, Ontario, was founded in 1997. It was incorporated by the Ontario Soccer Association. The Hall aims to celebrate and highlight the achievements of top Canadian soccer players as well as 'builders' of the sport of soccer in Canada. New members are added each year, seven male players, one female player, three builders. An additional builder is awarded a 'Pioneer Award'. Teams and organizations are also inducted each year.

Inductees 2000–2015[edit]

Builders and players[edit]


Pioneer Award recipients[edit]

  • George Anderson: 2015
  • Arthur Arnold – 2008
  • Roland, Paul Emile and Marcel Castonguay: 2013
  • Harry Manson: 2014
  • Len Peto: 2011
  • John Richardson: 2012
  • Tom Robertson: 2007
  • John Russell: 2010
  • Ted Slade: 2009

Brian Budd Award recipients[edit]

Established to recognize those who have excelled both in soccer and in another endeavours but who might not otherwise qualify for induction. The candidate must exemplify good character, show outstanding dedication, achievements and leadership in developing soccer in Canada and provide inspiration to past, present and future generations.[3]

Teams of Distinction[edit]

Organizations of Distinction[edit]


The Museum is affiliated with: CMA, CHIN, and Virtual Museum of Canada.


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