1930 Canadian Challenge Trophy

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The 1930 Canadian National Challenge Cup was won by the Westminster Royals of British Columbia by 2 games to 1 in the 3 game series.

The Canadian final was watched by 7,000 fans in Winnipeg.[1]


Calgary Hillhursts def. Edmonton Callies (Alberta Final)[2]

Westminster Royals def. Calgary Hillhursts (BC/AB Final)

Westminster Royals def. Winnipeg Hearts (Western Final)

National Final[edit]

2 games to 1

Montreal Canadian National 5-0 in the 2nd game (31-Jul-1930) Westminster Royals 1-0 in the 3rd game (3-Aug-1930)



Nelson; Barnes and Duguid; Low, Kerr and Campbell; Howley, Henderson, Bill Finlayson, Westwater, Green.

New Westminster[edit]

Sanford; Anderson and Waugh; Les Rimmer, Stoddart and Delaney; McDougall, Trotter, Coulter, Turner, D'Easum.


  1. ^ "New Westminster Royals Capture Soccer Championship of Dominion". Edmonton Journal. 4 August 1930. Retrieved 10 June 2011. 
  2. ^ "Callies Off to Calgary for Cup Game". Edmonton Journal. 5 July 1930. Retrieved 10 June 2011.