U Sports men's soccer championship

The U Sports men's soccer championship is a Canadian university soccer tournament which involves the champions from each of Canada's four regional sports conferences. The championship features eight teams in single-elimination matches to determine a national champion. The championship hosts 11 games over four days at a predetermined host venue. The host team is automatically qualified for the tournament, as is each of the conference champions, with additional berths awarded for the remaining spots. The Sam Davidson Memorial Trophy is awarded to the winners.

U Sports Men's Soccer Championship
First played1972
Most recently played2019
Current championsUQTR Patriotes
Current runners-upMontreal Carabins
Most titlesUBC Thunderbirds (12)[1]
Websiteusports.ca/en/championships/soccer/m

Champions

Season Winner Score Runner-up Venue
2020 MNP Park, Carleton[2]
2019
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UQTR Patriotes 2–0 Montreal Carabins CEPSUM Stadium, Montréal[2]
2018
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Montreal Carabins 2–1 CBU Capers Thunderbird Stadium, British Columbia
2017
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CBU Capers 3–2 Montreal Carabins Hillside Stadium, Thompson Rivers
2016
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Alberta Golden Bears 1–0 UQAM Citadins Guelph
2015
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York Lions 2–0 UNB Varsity Reds York
2014
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York Lions 1–0 McMaster Marauders PEI
2013
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UBC Thunderbirds 3–1 Laval Rouge et Or New Brunswick
2012
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UBC Thunderbirds 1–0 Cape Breton Capers TELUS-Université Laval Stadium, Laval
2011
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Victoria Vikes 3–1 Saint Mary's Huskies Centennial Stadium, Victoria
2010
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York Lions 1–0 UBC Thunderbirds Varsity Centre, Toronto
2009
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Laval Rouge et Or 3–2 McGill Redmen Trinity Western
2008
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York Lions 1–0 Trinity Western Spartans Carleton
2007
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UBC Thunderbirds 2–1 Laval Rouge et Or Wolfson Field, British Columbia
2006
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Alberta Golden Bears 2–1 Trinity Western Spartans Foote Field, Alberta
2005
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UBC Thunderbirds 2–1 Toronto Varsity Blues PEI
2004
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Victoria Vikes 3–1 McGill Redmen CEPSUM Stadium, Montréal
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2003
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Alberta Golden Bears 2–1 (a.e.t.) Saint Mary's Huskies McGill Stadium, Montreal
2002
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Brock Badgers 1–0 (a.e.t.) Carleton Ravens Keith Harris Stadium, Carleton
2001
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Laurier Golden Hawks 2–1 UBC Thunderbirds Saint Mary's
2000
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Laurier Golden Hawks 2–1 (p) Saint Mary's Huskies McMaster
1999
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Western Mustangs 1–0 Alberta Golden Bears Victoria
1998
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Western Mustangs 2–0 Alberta Golden Bears McGill
1997
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McGill Redmen 1–0 (p) UBC Thunderbirds Dalhousie
1996
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Victoria Vikes 1–0 Western Mustangs York
1995
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Dalhousie Tigers 3–1 Alberta Golden Bears Québec à Trois-Rivières
1994
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UBC Thunderbirds 5–0 Alberta Golden Bears British Columbia
1993
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Sherbrooke Vert et Or 2–1 UBC Thunderbirds Acadia
1992
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UBC Thunderbirds 3–2 McMaster Marauders Guelph
1991
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UBC Thunderbirds 3–1 McMaster Marauders Queen's
1990
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UBC Thunderbirds 2–1 Guelph Gryphons Guelph
1989
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UBC Thunderbirds 1–0 Saint Mary's Huskies British Columbia
1988
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Toronto Varsity Blues 1–0 McGill Redmen British Columbia
1987
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Victoria Vikes 3–1 Laurier Golden Hawks McGill
1986
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UBC Thunderbirds 4–0 Toronto Varsity Blues Toronto
1985
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UBC Thunderbirds 2–1 Concordia Stingers British Columbia
1984
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UBC Thunderbirds 2–1 (a.e.t.) Carleton Ravens Carleton
1983
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Laurentian Voyageurs 2–1 (a.e.t.) McGill Redmen Laurentian
1982
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McGill Redmen 1–0 Victoria Vikes McGill
1981
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McGill Redmen 4–2 (p) Alberta Golden Bears Alberta
1980
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UNB Red Shirts 3–1 Wilfrid Laurier New Brunswick
1979
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Alberta Golden Bears 2–0 Saint Mary's Huskies Alberta
1978
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Manitoba Bisons ?–? Victoria
1977
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York Yeomen 2–1 Concordia Stingers Waterloo
1976
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Concordia Stingers ?–? Concordia
1975
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Victoria Vikes ?–? Victoria
1974
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UBC Thunderbirds ?–? Concordia
1973
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Loyola College ?–? Memorial
1972
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Alberta Golden Bears ?–? York

Honours

U Sports Championship MVP

The selection is made by a committee established by the host of the U Sports championship.

  • 2019 Félix Clapin-Girard UQTR
  • 2018 Frédéric Lajoie-Gravelle Montreal
  • 2017 Corey Bent CBU
  • 2016 Noah Cunningham Alberta
  • 2015 Michael Cox York
  • 2014 Henry Moody York
  • 2013 Niall Cousens UBC
  • 2012 Gagandeep Dosanjh UBC
  • 2011 Cam Hundal Victoria
  • 2010 Adrian Pena York
  • 2009 Gabriel Moreau Laval
  • 2008 Gerrard Ladiyou York
  • 2007 Graham Smith UBC
  • 2006 Justin Farenik Trinity Western
  • 2005 Jon Poli UBC
  • 2004 Sean Battistoni Victoria
  • 2003 Mesut Mert Saint Mary's
  • 2002 John Kamendy Brock
  • 2001 Kenny Nutt Laurier
  • 2000 Kenny Nutt Laurier
  • 1999 Ryan Walker Alberta
  • 1998 Michael Potts Western
  • 1997 Paul English Dalhousie
  • 1996 Maurizio Conforti Victoria
  • 1995 Paul English Dalhousie
  • 1994 Pat Onstad UBC
  • 1993 Eric Puig Sherbrooke
  • 1992 Tom Kim UBC
  • 1991 Dana Peoples McMaster
  • 1990 Not awarded
  • 1989 Mike Mosher UBC
  • 1988 Coz Zambazis Toronto
  • 1987 Scott Sieben Victoria
  • 1986 Alex Percy UBC

References

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