2019 Canada Cup
The Canada Cup (formerly NTCC) will bring together Canada's next generation of high-performance athletes to compete for their home province/territory in a true national championship.
Athletes selected to their respective provincial team programs will descend into Halifax to compete July 17-21, 2019. The event will feature over 40 teams, including both male and female athletes on a national scale, in two divisions (18U & 16U) and represent 9 provinces and territories.
The Canada Cup is a critical piece of the talent development process in Canada with over 300 athletes per gender covering a four year age span in the high-performance pathway.
Results & Awards
All results will be available via ISET Sports.
Did you know you can follow your team on ISET for team-specific updates?
- Step 1 - Go to the ‘Teams’ tab of the event page (once available)
- Step 2 - Click on your team name to open your team profile
- Step 3 – Click on ‘Get Updates’ and subscribe to get email updates, including competition scores for your team
Gold, Silver and Bronze medals are awarded to the top 3 teams of both Divisions 1 & 2.
2018 Final Standings
Men's Division 1:
- Gold - Ontario Black
- Silver - Alberta 17U
- Bronze - Quebec
Men's Division 2:
- Gold - Ontario Red
- Silver - Saskatchewan Green
- Bronze - Alberta 16U
Women's Division 1:
- Gold - BC Select
- Silver - Ontario Black
- Bronze - Alberta 17U
Women's Division 2:
- Gold - Ontario Neilson
- Silver - Alberta Blue
- Bronze - Ontario Red
Rules & Policies
Please consult the 2018/2019 Volleyball Canada Indoor Volleyball Rulebook for information on the rules and regulations that govern play at Volleyball Canada events. In addition, the 2018/2019 Indoor Rule Updates summarizes the most recent rule changes or updates.
Please consult the Warm-up Protocol for information on how warm-ups will take place during Canada Cup 2019.
Concussion Policy and Protocol
To be Updated
Code of Conduct
The purpose of this Code of Conduct and Ethics is to ensure a safe and positive environment within Volleyball Canada programs, activities and events, by making all individuals aware that there is an expectation of appropriate behaviour, consistent with the values of Volleyball Canada, at all times.
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Webcasting services will be streaming matches throughout Canada Cup to Volleyball Canada's Youtube channel. Make sure to subscribe now so you don't miss any of the action.