2020 Canadian Championship final postponed to 2021

Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley lifts the Voyageurs Cup after beating Vancouver Whitecaps 5-2 to win the Canadian Championship Final. (Chris Young/CP)

The 2020 Canadian Championship final between Toronto FC and Forge FC has been postponed to the first quarter of 2021, with a fixed date and location yet to be determined, Canada Soccer announced on Wednesday.

The Canadian Championship final was slated to be played earlier this year, but had to be postponed due to Forge's ongoing commitments in the Concacaf League and the COVID-19 travel restrictions in Canada.

The format was revised to a one-final that pits the CPL champion against the Canadian MLS team that earned the most points during Phase 1 of the league's regular-season restart. All three sides faced each other three times, with Toronto FC accumulating the highest number of points from those matches.

Forge won the CPL Island Games over HFX Wanderers, which secured its berth in the final as well as a 2021 Concacaf League spot.

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