Canadian Championship winners full list
2021 CF Montreal
2019 CF Montréal (MLS)
2018 Toronto FC (MLS)
2017 Toronto FC (MLS)
2016 Toronto FC (MLS)
2015 Vancouver Whitecaps (MLS)
2014 CF Montréal (MLS)
2013 CF Montréal (MLS)
2012 Toronto FC (MLS)
2011 Toronto FC (MLS)
2010 Toronto FC (MLS)
2009 Toronto FC (MLS)
2008 CF Montréal (MLS)
The Canadian Championship is an annual football competition in Canada, and the winner is awarded the Voyageurs Cup trophy. It is contested by teams from the Major League Soccer and the Canadian Premier League, champions of League1 Ontario, and the Première Ligue de soccer du Québec.
The Canadian Championship is organized by the Canadian Soccer Association in charge of soccer activities in the country. The Voyageurs Cup is awarded to men and women national soccer Cup winners every year.
Most successful teams in the Competition
Toronto FC is a Canadian professional soccer club based in Toronto and competes in the United States Major League Soccer. Toronto FC is the most successful team in the history of the Canadian Championship with 7 titles. In the era of USL First Division, Canadian Premier League and MLS teams participation, Toronto FC are the most winners.
Montreal Impact/CF Montréal
CF Montréal is a professional Canadian soccer team in Montreal. The club is the second most successful team in the history of the Canadian Championship and the Voyageurs Cup trophy with 4 titles.
The team singlehandedly won the Canadian Championship when it was known as the Voyageurs Cup meant for USL First Division clubs from 2002 in its formation until 2007.
Montreal Impact won the title in five conservative years and the first Voyageurs Cup after the merger with USL First Division, MLS & Canadian Premier League teams.
Vancouver Whitecaps FC
Vancouver Whitecaps is a professional Canadian Soccer team based in Vancouver and competes in Major League Soccer. Whitecaps have only won the Canadian Championship once and this was achieved in 2015. In the final, the Whitecaps defeated CF Montréal.
Apart from these three professional clubs, no other team in Canada has won the Canadian Championship or Voyageurs Cup in the old format.