Inter-Provincial Cup (soccer)

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Inter-Provincial Cup
Organising bodyCanadian Soccer Association
Founded2014
Abolished2016
RegionCentral Canada (Ontario, Quebec)
Number of teams2
Most successful team(s)League1 Ontario champions
(2 titles)

The Inter-Provincial Cup was a soccer super cup organized by the Canadian Soccer Association. It was contested between the men's champions of the Première Ligue de soccer du Québec and League1 Ontario, Canada's only domestic Division 3 soccer leagues. The competition was held annually from 2014 to 2016.[1]

The 2017 edition was cancelled when it was announced that the champions of the two leagues would play against each other in the 2018 Canadian Championship.[2] From the 2019 Canadian Championship onward, a draw takes place in which the PLSQ and L1O entrant cannot be drawn against each other in the first round.[3] However, it is possible that they could play each other in further rounds.

Results[edit]

Year PLSQ team Aggregate L1O team Leg 1 Venue 1 Leg 2 Venue 2
2014 CS Longueuil 0–4 Toronto FC Academy 0–4 Bell Sports Complex
Brossard, Quebec
0–0 Pickering Soccer Complex
Pickering, Ontario
2015 CS Mont-Royal Outremont 3–5 Oakville Blue Devils 3–1 Ontario Soccer Centre
Vaughan, Ontario
2–2 Complexes Sportifs Terrebone
Quebec, Quebec
2016 CS Mont-Royal Outremont 3–2 Vaughan Azzurri 1–1 Complexes Sportifs Terrebone
Quebec, Quebec
2–1 Pickering Soccer Centre
Pickering, Ontario

Canadian Championship matchups[edit]

Year PLSQ team Aggregate L1O team Leg 1 Venue 1 Leg 2 Venue 2
2018 A.S. Blainville 3–1 Oakville Blue Devils 2–1 Stade Desjardins, Laval, Quebec 1–0 Ontario Soccer Centre, Vaughan, Ontario

References[edit]

  1. ^ "OSA and QSF announce Division 3 Inter-Provincial Cup final". Ontario Soccer Association. Archived from the original on October 19, 2014. Retrieved 14 October 2014.
  2. ^ "Canada Soccer Announces Inclusion Of League1 And PLSQ Champions In 2018 Canadian Championship". League1 Ontario. March 9, 2017. Retrieved October 19, 2018.
  3. ^ "Canada Soccer outline 2019 Canadian Championship Draw Format". Canada Soccer. February 6, 2019. Retrieved April 8, 2019.