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Which districts were dominant at this year’s Ontario Cup?

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The Ontario Cup wrapped up last weekend, concluding a very exciting 2014 tournament. Nearly 500 teams from all corners of Ontario competed to become provincial champions, but in the end, 20 squads emerged victorious and have been crowned champions.

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This past weekend, September 13-14:


In past years, it has not been uncommon to have one District Association stand out in terms of the number of Ontario Cup Champions.

This year Peel Halton Soccer Association and Elgin Middlesex Soccer Association were the dominant districts.

Of the 20 divisions, PHSA won six Ontario Cups with EMSA taking four – which account for 50 per cent of the titles.

The remaining 10 Ontario Cups were won by seven other districts, with Durham Region S.A., Hamilton and District S.A., and York Region S.A. each bringing home two titles each.

Ontario Cup Champions by District


In terms of individual clubs, the distribution of champions was quite diverse, with only one club winning multiple Ontario Cups: Brampton Youth Soccer Club.

Although the majority of the Ontario Cup Finals were played over the September 6-7 and 13-14 weekends, a handful of Finals were played in July to accommodate the U18 and U21 division players who attend college or university. In addition, the U15 Boys Tier 1 and U15 Girls played their Finals in August at the Ontario Summer Games.

The following charts recap the results of all of our Ontario Cup Final Round matches.

July 20-21:ontcup3

August 10:


September 7-8:


Ontario Cup Champions in our U14, U16, U17, and Senior divisions will be travelling to the National Club Championships in October.

At their respective locations, Ontario representatives will battle teams from across Canada in hopes of bringing home National Gold.

More information on Nationals will be provided in the coming weeks.


Also now complete are the Masters (Over 35 Men) and Classics (Over 35 Women) Provincial Championships.

On both the male and female sides, teams from the Ottawa Royals Soccer Club prevailed as Provincial Champions, defending their titles from 2013. Game results from the Masters and Classics Finals played on September 6-7 are listed below:


Both champions will go on to the Masters and Classics Regional Championships held at the end of September.


For more information contact Ryan Tuske, Competitions and Events Coordinator, The Ontario Soccer Association, Ph: 905-264-9390 ext. 229, Fax: 905-264-9445, Email: rtuske@soccer.on.ca.

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