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The 2014 Hall of Fame inductees announced

CONCACAF Gold Cup
Canada Soccer / Tony Quinn

CONCACAF Champions
Craig Forrest
Paul Fenwick
Tony Menezes
Jason de Vos
Paul Stalteri
Carlo Corazzin
Davide Xausa
Jim Brennan
Jeff Clarke
Mark Watson
Richard Hastings
Garret Kusch
Paul Peschisolido
Elvis Thomas
Martin Nash
Pat Onstad
Dwayne De Rosario
Robbie Aristodemo

Holger Osieck
Bruce Twamley
Les Wilson
Kevin Muldoon
Alex McKechnie
Morgan Quarry

The Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame is pleased to welcome in the 2014 Induction Class which includes: three Players, two Builders, a Pioneer, a Team of Distinction and two Organizations of Distinction.  This year, The Soccer Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies will take place in Vaughan, ON on November 9, 2014.

The 2000 Men’s National Team, which captured the CONCACAF Gold Cup in one of the most notable achievements by a Canadian team to date, are part of this year’s induction class as the Team of Distinction. Canada danced its way through difficult competition including Mexico and in their final game of the tournament they downed Colombia 2-0 and qualified for the FIFA Confederations Cup the following year.

In the Pioneer category, the story of Harry Manson is one that few may know, but he had a tremendous impact on the First Nations in the late 1800s. The most outstanding indigenous player of the time Manson, known as Xul-si-malt (One-who-leaves-his-mark), led his team from Nanaimo to the first B.C. provincial championship to ever be won by Indigenous players.

Women's International Friendly match
Canada Soccer

Mia Hamm v Isabelle Morneau

Isabelle Morneau and Geri Donnelly, two Canadian women’s national team players, who found success at the highest levels of the game, are part of this year’s Induction Class in the Player category.  Also named in the player category is Carmine Marcantonio who was a member of the famed Metros-Croatia team that won the NASL champions in 1976.

Being recognized as part of this year’s Induction Class are Builders Chris Bennett and Hector Vergara.

Organizations of Distinction being recognized are the Edmonton Angels, who won the Jubilee Trophy an incredible nine times and The Robbie Tournament, which has helped produced national team players like Dwayne De Rosario, Diana Matheson and Jonelle Filigno.

Click here for full biographies of the Induction Class and more photos.

The Hall of Fame Induction Banquet will be held at Chateau Le Jardin Conference and Event Venue on November 9, 2014.

The Soccer Hall of Fame and Museum is housed and operated by the Ontario Soccer Association at the Ontario Soccer Centre in Vaughan, ON.

For more information about tickets to the Induction Banquet please visit the Soccer Hall of Fame website or contact Robyn Gmeindl at 905-264-9390 ext. 230 or by rgmeindl@soccer.on.ca


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