Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame

Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame

Die Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame ist die Ruhmeshalle des kanadischen Fußballs. In der 1999 gegründeten Institution werden jährlich außergewöhnliche Mannschaften, Spieler, Trainer und Funktionäre aufgenommen, die sich um die Entwicklung des kanadischen Fußballs verdient gemacht haben. Seit dem Sommer 2011 sind 128 Personen und neun Mannschaften Teil der Hall of Fame.

Die Ruhmeshalle liegt im The Soccer Centre in Vaughan, Ontario.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Mitglieder

Spieler

  • Dick Arends, 2000
  • Garry Ayre, 2005
  • Bob Bolitho, 2004
  • Ian Bridge, 2003
  • Walter Bowman, 2008
  • Jack Brand, 2008
  • Alex Bunbury, 2006
  • Silvana Burtini, 2010
  • Buster Cairns, 2001
  • Geordie Campbell, 2000
  • Connie Cant, 2007
  • John Catliff, 2004
  • Sam Chedgzoy, 2005
  • Tony Chursky, 2004
  • Errol Crossan, 2000
  • Jack Cowan, 2000
  • Nick Dasovic, 2011
  • Tracy David, 2003
  • Paul Dolan, 2004
  • Jimmy Douglas, 2001
  • Neil Ellett, 2009
  • Bill Findler, 2007
  • Craig Forrest, 2007
  • Gerry Gray, 2001
  • Doug Greig, 2002
  • Jim Haggarty-Spencer, 2003
  • Art Halliwell, 2001
  • Bob Harley, 2003
  • Trevor Harvey, 2004
  • Lyndon Hooper, 2011
  • Art Hughes, 2001
  • Robert Iarusci, 2000
  • Gordie Ion, 2010
  • Paul James, 2003
  • Glen Johnson, 2007
  • Angela Kelly, 2004
  • Joe Kennaway, 2000
  • Victor Kodelja, 2011
  • Bob Lenarduzzi, 2001
  • Sam Lenarduzzi, 2000
  • Tino Lettieri, 2001
  • John Limniatis, 2009
  • Whitey McDonald, 2000
  • Joan McEachern, 2009
  • John McGrane, 2008
  • Norman McLeod, 2005
  • Wes McLeod, 2005
  • Doug McMahon, 2002
  • Colin Miller, 2005
  • Dale Mitchell, 2002
  • Domenic Mobilio, 2007
  • Terry Moore, 2005
  • Jimmy Nicholl, 2011
  • Buzz Parsons, 2003
  • Ken Pears, 2000
  • Brian Philley, 2003
  • Pat Philley, 2004
  • Randy Ragan, 2002
  • Michelle Ring-Passant, 2005
  • Brian Robinson, 2006
  • Randy Samuel, 2006
  • Branko Segota, 2002
  • Carrie Serwetnyk, 2001
  • Gogie Stewart, 2004
  • Dickie Stobbart, 2002
  • Mike Stojanovic, 2009
  • David Stothard, 2006
  • Helen Stoumbos, 2008
  • Mike Sweeney, 2002
  • Walter Thompson, 2010
  • Dave Turner, 2000
  • Carl Valentine, 2003
  • Fred Whittaker, 2002
  • Bruce Wilson, 2000
  • Frank Yallop, 2005

Funktionäre

  • James Adam, 2008
  • George Anderson, 2000
  • Brian Avey, 2010
  • Bob Bearpark, 2006
  • Sylvie Beliveau, 2006
  • Stuart Brown, 2010
  • John Buchanan, 2006
  • Herb Capozzi, 2007
  • Jeff Cross, 2004
  • Sam Davidson, 2000
  • Sonia Denoncourt, 2005
  • Gus Etchegarry, 2007
  • Tony Evangelista, 2003
  • William Fenton, 2008
  • Jim Fleming, 2007
  • David Forsyth, 2000
  • Tomas Fried, 2000
  • Dave Fryatt, 2000
  • Rudy Gittens, 2007
  • Bert Goldberger, 2011
  • George Gross, 2006
  • Dick Howard, 2002
  • William Hoyle, 2011
  • Colin Jose, 2009
  • Eric King, 2002
  • Dan Kulai, 2004
  • Graham Leggat, 2001
  • Horace Lyons, 2000
  • John McMahon, 2001
  • Ray Morgan, 2002
  • Luigi Moro, 2000
  • Don Petrie, 2000
  • Pat Quinn, 2004
  • Aubrey Sanford, 2003
  • Georges Schwartz, 2005
  • William Simpson, 2000
  • Constantinos Soupliotis, 2008
  • Alan Southard, 2003
  • Frederick Stambrook, 2006
  • Steve Stavro, 2005
  • William Stirling, 2000
  • Bill Thomson, 2007
  • Bruce Twamley, 2008
  • Tony Waiters, 2001
  • Werner Winsemann, 2000
  • Bob Sawtell, 2009
  • Derek Wisdom, 2009
  • Les Wilson, 2008

Pioniere

  • Arthur Arnold, 2008
  • Len Peto, 2011
  • Tom Robertson, 2007
  • John Russell, 2010
  • Ted Slade, 2009

Mannschaften

Mannschaft Aufnahmejahr Anmerkung
Kanadische Tournee-Mannschaft 1888 2003 Großbritannien-Tournee 1888
Galt FC 1904 2004 Olympiasieger 1904
Westminster Royals 1928 2005 Sieger des Canadian Challenge Cups 1928
Toronto Scottish 1933 2006 North American Soccer Championship 1933
Calgary Caledonians 1907 2007 inoffizieller kanadischer Meister 1907, 1908 und 1909
Kanadische Nationalmannschaft 1924 2008 Australien-Tournee 1924
Kanadische Nationalmannschaft 1986 2009 erstmalige WM-Teilnahme
Toronto Metros-Croatia 1976 2010 Meister der North American Soccer League 1976
Vancouver Whitecaps 1979 2011 Meister der North American Soccer League 1979

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