Moncton to host the 2023 Canada Soccer Toyota National Championships U-17 Cup 2023-09-06
The City of Moncton is set to host the prestigious 2023 Canada Soccer Toyota National Championships U-17 Cup from Oct. 4 to 9, showcasing the extraordinary talents of young athletes from across the nation. The tournament will be held across several venues in the city, including the Croix Bleue Medavie Stadium, Rocky Stone Field, Woody Hayes Community Field (Harrison Trimble High School), and McKenna Field (Bernice MacNaughton High School).
Moncton will welcome nearly 500 of Canada's most promising soccer athletes during the championships. The U-17 Cup promises to be a thrilling showcase of skill, teamwork, and dedication, as these young athletes strive to make their mark on the national stage.
"We are delighted to host the 2023 Canada Soccer Toyota National Championships U-17 Cup in Moncton,” says Moncton Mayor Dawn Arnold. “This tournament will not only celebrate the remarkable talents of outstanding young athletes from across the country, it will give local youth an opportunity to see high-calibre play in person and inspire them to get active and improve their own skills. We look forward to welcoming participants, families, and spectators to experience Moncton's warm hospitality and passion for ‘the beautiful game.’"
Serge Manuel, President of Codiac Soccer and Chair of the Local Organizing Committee, shared his excitement, saying, "It's an honour to be part of the organizing committee for the 2023 Canada Soccer Toyota National Championships U-17 Cup. This tournament represents a unique opportunity to showcase not only the exceptional soccer talent from across Canada but also our city's ability to host world-class sporting events. We're ready to provide an unforgettable experience for the athletes, their families, and the entire soccer community."
“Soccer New Brunswick is excited about welcoming some of the top youth players in the country to Moncton for the 2023 Canada Soccer Toyota National Championships U-17 Cup” says Younes Bouida, Executive Director of Soccer New Brunswick. “We are excited at the opportunity to showcase New Brunswick’s high-calibre soccer talent on this national stage right here in our home province.”
Tickets will be available for purchase directly at the field locations. Pricing:
- General Admission: $10 per day or $25 for a tournament pass
- Students / Seniors (aged 65+): $8 per day or $20 for a tournament pass
- Children under the age of 12 will be granted free admission
City of Moncton, Communications
Local Organizing Committee:
Chair of Local Organizing Committee / President of Codiac Soccer
506-850-9031 / email@example.com