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

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

The Canadian 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 Footballers and Builders who have played and developed the game in Canada. New members are added each year, 7 male players, 1 female, and 3 builders.

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Inductees 2000 – 2009

   
  • John Limniatis - player, 2009
  • Mike Stojanovic - player, 2009
  • Neil Ellett - player, 2009
  • Joan McEachern - player, 2009
  • Bob Sawtell - builder, 2009
  • Derek Wisdom - builder, 2009
  • Colin Jose - builder, 2009
  • Ted Slade - Pioneer Award, 2009
  • Walter Bowman - player, 2008
  • Jack Brand - player, 2008
  • John McGrane - player, 2008
  • Helen Stoumbos - player, 2008
  • William "Billy" Fenton - builder, 2008
  • Constantinos "Dino" Soupliotis - builder, 2008
  • James "Jimmie" Adam - builder, 2008
  • Bruce Twamley - builder, 2008
  • Les Wilson - builder, 2008
  • Arthur "Pop" Arnold - Pioneer Award, 2008
  • Gordie Ion - player, 2010
  • Silvana Burtini - player, 2010
  • Dr. Walter Thomson - player, 2020
  • Brian Avey - builder, 2010
  • Stuart Brown - builder, 2010
  • John Russell - Pioneer Award, 2010

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Affiliations

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

References

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