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Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame and Museum

Coordinates: 43°46′23″N 79°36′29″W / 43.773°N 79.608°W / 43.773; -79.608

The Football Hall of Fame
Established 1997
Location Vaughan, Ontario, Canada
Type sport museum
Website www.thesoccerhalloffame.ca/

The Soccer Hall of Fame in Vaughan, Ontario, was founded in 1997. It was incorporated by the Ontario Soccer Association. The Hall aims to celebrate and highlight the achievements of top Canadian association footballers as well as 'builders' of the sport of association football in Canada. New members are added each year, seven male players, one female player, three builders. An additional builder is awarded a 'Pioneer Award'. Teams and organizations are also inducted each year.

Inductees 2000–2013

  • 1888 Canadian men's team – team, 2003
  • 1904 Galt Football Clubteam, 2004
  • 1907 Calgary Caledoniansteam, 2007
  • 1924 Canadian men's team – team, 2008
  • 1928 Westminster Royalsteam, 2005
  • 1933 Toronto Scottishteam, 2006
  • 1976 Toronto Metros-Croatiateam, 2010
  • 1979 Vancouver Whitecaps - team, 2011
  • 1984 Canadian Olympic men's team - team, 2013
  • 1986 Canadian men's team – team, 2009
  • 1989 Canadian Francophone Games men's team - team, 2012
  • Toronto Ulster United - organization of distinction, 2011
  • Vancouver Columbus F.C. - organization of distinction, 2013
  • Vancouver Firefightersteam of distinction, 2010
  • Victoria West - organization of distinction, 2012
  • James Adam – builder, 2008
  • George Andersonbuilder, 2000
  • Dick Arendsplayer, 2000
  • Arthur Arnold – Pioneer Award, 2008
  • Gordon Arrowsmith - builder, 2012
  • Brian Avey – builder, 2010
  • Garry Ayreplayer, 2005
  • Angus Barrett - builder, 2012
  • Bob Bearparkbuilder, 2006
  • Sylvie Beliveau – builder, 2006
  • Bob Bolithoplayer, 2004
  • Walter Bowmanplayer, 2008
  • Jack Brandplayer, 2008
  • Ian Bridgeplayer, 2003
  • Stuart Brown – builder, 2010
  • John Buchanan – builder, 2006
  • Alex Bunburyplayer, 2006
  • Silvana Burtiniplayer, 2010
  • Buster Cairnsplayer, 2001
  • Geordie Campbellplayer, 2000
  • Connie Cantplayer, 2007
  • Herb Capozzibuilder, 2007
  • John Catliffplayer, 2004
  • Sam Chedgzoyplayer, 2005
  • Tony Churskyplayer, 2004
  • Carlo Corazzin - player, 2012
  • Jack Cowanplayer, 2000
  • Jeff Cross – builder, 2004
  • Errol Crossanplayer, 2000
  • Nick Dasovic - player, 2011
  • Sam Davidson – builder, 2000
  • Tracy Davidplayer, 2003
  • Sonia Denoncourtbuilder, 2005
  • Jason deVos - player, 2013
  • Paul Dolanplayer, 2004
  • Jimmy Douglasplayer, 2001
  • Neil Ellettplayer, 2009
  • Gus Etchegarry – builder, 2007
  • Tony Evangelistabuilder, 2003
   

External links

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Sport in Canada portal
  • Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame & Museum official site
  • Limniatis to be inducted into Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame
  • 9th Soccer Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies Highlights

Affiliations

The Museum is affiliated with: CMA, CHIN, and Virtual Museum of Canada.

References

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