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 In advance of the 2019 Finals, the league's trophy was unveiled. The North Star Shield is a crystal shield engraved with the logo of the Canadian Premier League.  The inaugural season finished on November 2, 2019, when Forge FC became the first Canadian Premier League Champions, defeating Cavalry FC 2–0 over two legs in the Finals.  Forge midfielder Tristan Borges was named the first CPL Player of the Year.  On January 29, 2020, Atlético Ottawa was confirmed to be the first CPL expansion team, joining for the 2020 season.
 For the 2019 edition only, this slot was granted to one of the league's 'inaugural teams' (FC Edmonton, Forge FC, or Valour FC) based on their home and away matches in the 2019 spring season.  In all other editions, the berth was awarded to the previous year's playoff champion. Forge FC represented the CPL in CONCACAF League on three occasions. In the 2021 CONCACAF League, Forge advanced to the semi-finals of the competition to qualify for the 2022 CONCACAF Champions League, becoming the first CPL club to do so.
Vancouver FC - HFX Wanderers Head to Head Statistics Games, Soccer Results 23/09/2023Soccer Stats Database Soccer Today Soccer Statistics League Soccer Soccer International Result Archives Soccer live Scores Soccer Betting Tips Online Statistics Forum Users: 349 Soccer: 271 Vancouver FC vs HFX Wanderers Soccer Head to Head Statistics and Results Head to Head Statistics: Vancouver FC vs HFX Wanderers Year up to 2023The Soccer Teams Vancouver FC and HFX Wanderers played 2 Games up to today. In this common Games the Teams scored a average of 2.
The CPL's first season included seven teams, while an eighth, Atlético Ottawa, joined for the second season in 2020. Vancouver FC debuted in 2023,  while FC Edmonton folded before the start of that season.  The CPL is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario.  History York United players celebrate a goal by Álvaro Rivero against HFX Wanderers during a game in September 2021. Since the closure of the original Canadian Soccer League in 1992, there was no fully professional first division domestic league of Canadian soccer.
 The season was also aired by StarTimes in Sub-Saharan Africa, 1Sports in the Indian subcontinent, and Premier Football in the Philippines.  The group stage and Final were broadcast in Latin America by DirecTV Go and Tigo Sports.  From 2022, BT Sport started showing live coverage of the league across Ireland and the United Kingdom.  Region Broadcaster Canada OneSoccer IndiaMaldivesNepalSri Lanka 1Sports IrelandUnited Kingdom BT Sport Latin America DirecTV GoTigo Sports Mexico Hi! Sports TV Philippines Premier Football Sub-Saharan Africa StarTimes United States Fox Sports Records and statistics Awards At the conclusion of each season, the league presents the following awards: Golden Boot Golden Glove Coach of the Year Player of the Year Best Under 21 Canadian Player of the Year Defender of the Year Players' Player of the Year See also References ^ a b Davidson, Neil (September 21, 2021). "CONCACAF expands its flagship Champions League club competition".
Following a members vote, PFA Canada was formally recognized by the league on December 20, 2022.  Stadiums IG Field is home to Valour FC, and is the largest stadium used by a CPL team. The Canadian Premier League has used a mix of existing, built for purpose, and upgraded stadiums, many of which are shared with other teams. IG Field (Valour FC), TD Place Stadium (Atlético Ottawa), and Tim Hortons Field (Forge FC) were existing Canadian Football League stadiums, and have the largest capacities in the CPL. York Lions Stadium (York United FC) and Westhills Stadium (Pacific FC) are both pre-existing stadiums that were upgraded in capacity before the 2019 season.  ATCO Field (Cavalry FC) and Wanderers Grounds (HFX Wanderers FC) were new stadiums in 2019, built at pre-existing venues.
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Cross Comparison Vancouver FC and HFX Wanderers Direct Comparison of the Matches for Vancouver FC and HFX Wanderers related the recent Games and their Results of both Teams against common opponents. 29/05/23Vancouver FC - Valour FC Canadian Premier League 0: 0 06/05/23Valour FC - HFX Wanderers Canadian Premier League 0: 0 20/05/23Forge FC - Vancouver FC Canadian Premier League 0: 0 22/04/23Forge FC - HFX Wanderers Canadian Premier League 1: 1 (0: 1) (1: 0) 08/05/23Vancouver FC - Cavalry FC Canadian Premier League 1: 1 14/05/23Cavalry FC - HFX Wanderers Canadian Premier League 2: 2 14/05/23Vancouver FC - Atl�tico Ottawa Canadian Premier League 0: 5 15/04/23Atl�tico Ottawa - HFX Wanderers Canadian Premier League 1: 1 (1: 1) (0: 0) 20/04/23York United FC - Vancouver FC Canadian Championship 1: 0 (1: 0) (0: 0) 20/05/23HFX Wanderers - York United FC Canadian Premier League 0: 3 16/04/23Pacific FC - Vancouver FC Canadian Premier League 1: 0 (0: 0) (1: 0) 28/05/23Pacific FC - HFX Wanderers Canadian Premier League 1: 1 Team Vancouver FC won 0% of the Games against common opponents (with 50% Draws) and the Team HFX Wanderers won up to today 0% of these Games (84% Draw).
 The only national Canadian competition was the Canadian Championship, a domestic cup which has been played since 2008. Canadian teams played in American leagues, such as Major League Soccer, NASL and the USL Championship, while the L1O and PLSQ were created as provincial-level leagues. A new version of the Canadian Soccer League was briefly sanctioned as a third-division semi-pro league by the CSA from 2010 to 2013, losing the sanction after the CSA board of directors adopted a new soccer structure in Canada.  A new fully professional Canadian soccer league was first publicly reported in June 2013.