Following COVID-19 constraints and the uncertainty surrounding it, Centraide of Greater Montreal, in collaboration with the Montreal Impact Foundation and Saputo Stadium, has decided to postpone the Centraide 2020 Cup, which was scheduled for June 6 and 7, to a later date to be determined in the coming weeks.
As much as possible and without putting anyone's health in jeopardy, our intention is to postpone the 2020 edition to a later date, possibly in the fall. We are closely monitoring developments and the government's recommendations and will keep you informed.
Registration fee: $10,000 for the first team; $7,500 for a second team from the same company
Two levels of competitiveness;
- Elite level for high-performing and experienced teams.
- Recreational level for teams wishing to emphasize conviviality and camaraderie.
Teams of 7-on-7s playing each other in exciting 25-minute games with no downtime;
A Centraide Cup trophy winner
A Ballon de l’honneur award to the team that has demonstrated an outstanding spirit of camaraderie;
Friendly practices at Saputo Stadium are offered to teams that will be registered before April 10, 2020. This is a great opportunity to meet the other teams participating in the tournament and to practice before the event.
The Centraide Cup is an annual soccer tournament that mobilizes your team and provides your employees and their families with a unique weekend experience. Parallel activities for the whole family will be organized during the tournament. From the youngest to the oldest, everyone will live an exciting experience in a unique infrastructure: Saputo Stadium!
The 2020 Centraide Cup in four easy steps
Fill out the registration form and return it to Centraide.
Raise $10,000 to cover your registration fees through our online fundraising platform or with corporate support.
Our 2019 Champions!
🥇 National Bank
🥈 Pratt & Whitney Canada
🥉 Desjardins Group
🥈 Sun Life Financial
Many teams after one goal: support youth success
The Centraide Cup is an annual soccer tournament organized by Centraide of Greater Montreal and the Montreal Impact Foundation. All proceeds go to support or develop effective programs that prevent school dropouts or improve the quality of life for vulnerable youth, families and individuals.
For more information about the Centraide Cup
Contact Maud Lévesque-Leduc by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.