Nations Cup

About Nations Cup

The Nations Cup is recognized by player and spectators alike as one of the foremost amateur men’s and women’s soccer tournaments in Western Canada. The year 2017 tournament is slated to take place July 14, 15 and 16, 2017.

This unique concept of grouping players based on their ethnic backgrounds and/or countries of origin creates an exciting atmosphere that provides a platform for people throughout the community to express their ethnic pride. Teams representing countries such as China, India, Caribbean, England, Italy, Germany, Iran, and Scotland, just to name a few, are comprised of elite players from throughout the Province to compete for the coveted “Nations Cup” trophy.

With 1,100 participants and averaging over 5,000 spectators over the course of the weekend, the tournament provides a vibrant showcase for some of our province’s finest soccer talent, having included such notable local soccer talent as Randy Samuel, David Norman, John Catliffe, Jeff Clarke, Steve Kindell, Dave Morris, Jason Jordan, Paul Daily, and Guido Titotto.

With separate sections for Open Age Men, Open Age Women, Over 30 Men, Over 38 Men, Over 45 Men, and Over 52 Men, the tournament allows players from various age groups to compete in this exciting and entertaining event.

Come on out, enjoy the pitch-side beer garden and international food vending area, show your colours, wave your flags, and be a part of the Nations Cup!


About Team China:

Team China continues to join the five groups as usual: OPEN, Team 30, Team 38, Team 45 and Team 52. Over 180 participants including player and staff will involve in this tournament this year. Completing champion with teams from all over the world such as England, Germany, Croatia, India , Japan, Italy, Fiji and of course with Canada . Both Team 38, 45, and 52 have won the title and other team group have tried the best and enjoyed the game, and recognized some friend there.

Team China 52+, the champion of division 52+ of Nations Cup 2017

Previous Records:

  • 2017 – Champion (52+), Runner-up (45+)
  • 2016 – Runner-up (45+), Runner-Up (52+)
  • 2015 – Runner-up (45+)
  • 2014 – Runner-Up (52+)
  • 2013 – Runner-Up (52+)
  • 2012 – Runner-Up (52+)
  • 2010 – Runner-Up (45+), Champion (38+)
  • 2008 – Final 4 (Open), Champion (45+)
  • 2007 – Runner-Up (45+), Champion (45+)
  • 2004 – Runner-Up (38+)
  • 2003 – Runner-Up (30+)
  • 1999 – Runner-Up (40+)

Sponsor Team China

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