MONTREAL – Vidéotron is proud to present this year's provincial soccer competition, organized in collaboration with CF Montréal and Soccer Québec, to be held August 19 and 20 at Centre Nutrilait in Montreal. The Vidéotron Cup will pit 24 U13 boys and girls teams from across Quebec against each other in games played according to FIFA 5-a-side rules.

This can’t-miss event aims to bring together and connect the Quebec soccer community. Throughout the event, participants and their supporters will be able to participate in activities, contests and surprises to entertain the whole family.

An Unforgettable Experience

The men's and women's teams that win the Vidéotron Cup will win a trip to Miami to attend CF Montréal’s final regular season MLS match against Inter Miami on October 9, 2022 at DRV PNK Stadium. The trip to Florida will also include a variety of tours and activities.

In addition, all Vidéotron Cup participants will be invited to the match between CF Montréal and the New England Revolution at Stade Saputo on August 20, 2022.

 Details and Key Dates

Registration for U13 teams will be done online between June 29 and July 16, 2022, by visiting A draw to determine the teams that will take part in the Vidéotron Cup will be held live on July 23 on CF Montréal’s Facebook page ( Note that a number of spots will be reserved for U13 teams from CF Montréal’s five partner clubs.

  • June 29 - July 16, 2022: Registration period for teams >
  • July 23, 2022: Draw for participating teams >
  • Between August 8 and 12, 2022: Draw for the group phase
  • August 19 - 20, 2022: Vidéotron Cup | Centre Nutrilait
  • August 20, 2022, 7:30pm: CF Montréal - New England Revolution | Stade Saputo
  • October 7 - 10, 2022: Trip to Miami for the 2 winning teams

About Vidéotron

Vidéotron, a wholly owned subsidiary of Québecor Media Inc. is an integrated communications company engaged in cable television, entertainment, Internet access services, as well as wireline and mobile phone services. Vidéotron is a leader in new technologies, notably with its Helix entertainment and home management platform. As of March 31, 2022, Vidéotron had 1,406,400 subscribers to its cable television service. Club illico and Vrai, its subscription video on-demand services, had 520,900 subscribers. Vidéotron is also the number one high-speed Internet provider in Quebec, with 1,846,100 subscribers as of March 31, 2022. As of that date, Vidéotron had activated 1,626,400 lines on its mobile telephone service and was providing wireline telephone service to 803,600 Quebec households and organizations. Vidéotron has also been named one of the top employers in Montreal.

About CF Montréal

Founded in 1992, and having completed its first season in 1993, CF Montréal is a professional soccer club that has been playing in Major League Soccer, North America’s top division, since 2012. It has won the Canadian Championship five times (2008, 2013, 2014, 2019, 2021), and has also reached the CONCACAF Champions League final in 2015, as well as the competition’s quarterfinals in 2009, and, more recently, in March 2022. CF Montréal plays its home games at Stade Saputo, a 19,619-seat soccer-specific venue, and on some occasions at the Montreal Olympic Stadium. 

In 2010, the organization established the CF Montréal Academy, a training center for 13-20 years-old soccer players as part of its development pyramid. The Academy has close to 80 players in its program and reaches hundreds of additional players through the Pre-Academy, partner clubs and its regional programs. CF Montréal is the first and only professional club in North America to offer a sport-study program for youths as young as 12 years old within its Academy.

Through the Montreal Impact Foundation, CF Montréal is very involved in the community. Its mission is to organize and support activities to improve the quality of life of children and families from disadvantaged backgrounds. It also provides sports facilities to promote physical activity and social integration.

About Soccer Québec

Soccer Québec's mandate is to promote, develop and govern soccer in all its forms in Quebec in harmony with its partners; to support regional soccer associations (ARS) through concerted and coordinated actions, always keeping the players at the centre of our concerns.