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 competition 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 created in 2014.[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 Leg 2 Venue
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 Sheridan Stadium
Oakville, 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 Leg 2 Venue
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.