Canadian Soccer League championship final
|Most successful club(s)||Toronto Croatia (5 times)|
|Website||Official CSL website|
The Canadian Soccer League championship final is the final play-off game of the Canadian Soccer League and its predecessor the Canadian Professional Soccer League. Due to sponsorship changes the winners were awarded several different cups for the championship: the Primus Cup in 2000, the Rogers Cup from 2001 to 2009 and the Givova Cup from 2010 onwards.
The Canadian Soccer League and its related competitions are not sanctioned by the Canadian Soccer Association or part of the Canadian soccer pyramid as the league is now a member of the newly formed Soccer Federation of Canada (SFC).
After the regular season the top eight finishers qualify for the play-offs. Those then consist of quarter-finals, semi-finals and the championship final. With the exception of the 2007 final, which was contested over two legs, the final is played as one match only.
List of winners
|1998||St. Catharines Wolves||2–2 (aet) 4–2 (p)||Toronto Olympians|
|1999||Toronto Olympians||2–0||Toronto Croatia|
|2000||Toronto Croatia||2–1||Toronto Olympians|
|2001||St. Catharines Wolves||1–0||Toronto Supra|
|2002||Ottawa Wizards||2–0||North York Astros|
|2003||Brampton Hitmen||1–0||Vaughan Shooters|
|2004||Toronto Croatia||4–0||Vaughan Shooters|
|2005||Oakville Blue Devils||2–1 (aet)||Vaughan Shooters|
|2006||Italia Shooters||1–0||Serbian White Eagles|
|2007||Toronto Croatia||4–1 / 0–0 (4–1 Aggregate)||Serbian White Eagles|
|2008||Serbian White Eagles||2–2 (aet) 2–1 (p)||Trois-Rivières Attak|
|2009||Trois-Rivières Attak||0–0 (aet) 3–2 (p)||Serbian White Eagles|
|2010||Brantford Galaxy SC||3–0||Hamilton Croatia|
|2011||Toronto Croatia||1–0||Capital City F.C.|
|2012||Toronto Croatia||1–0||Montreal Impact Academy|
|2013||SC Waterloo Region||3–1||Kingston FC|
|2014||York Region Shooters||1–1 (aet) 5–4 (p)||Toronto Croatia|
Performance by Club
|Club||Champions||Runner-Up||Winning Years||Losing Years|
|Toronto Croatia||5||2||2000, 2004, 2007, 2011, 2012||1999, 2014|
|York Region Shooters||2||3||2006, 2014||2003, 2004, 2005|
|St. Catharines Wolves||2||–||1998, 2001||–|
|Serbian White Eagles||1||3||2008||2006, 2007, 2009|
|Durham Storm (defunct)||1||2||1999||1998, 2000|
|Trois-Rivieres Attak (defunct)||1||1||2009||2008|
|Ottawa Wizards (defunct)||1||–||2002||–|
|Brampton Stallions (defunct)||1||–||2003||–|
|Brampton City United||1||–||2005||–|
|Brantford Galaxy SC||1||–||2010||–|
|SC Waterloo Region||1||–||2013||–|
|North York Astros||–||1||–||2002|
|Capital City F.C.||–||1||–||2011|
|Montreal Impact Academy||–||1||–||2012|
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