Pacific Coast International Championship (Soccer) 1961


DateHome TeamAway Team
FinalLos Angeles
1961Mexico B3Westminster Royals0
[Reference: 1]


The Mexico National B Team and Westminster Royals from Vancouver won through to the Final of the inaugural Pacific Coast International Championship in 1961 knocking out the Los Angeles and San Francisco Champions. Mexico B won the Final 3-0.

About the Pacific Coast International Championship

The Pacific Coast International Championship was a Soccer Championship played between the Champions of the Vancouver/British Columbia Pacific Coast League, the Champions of the San Francisco and Los Angeles Leagues and the Mexico National B Team, it was the West Coast Championship before the arrival of the North American Soccer League later in the decade. The Trophy was named after the first Irish-American President, John F. Kennedy.



[1] Jeff Cross. (1962) “Firemen blaze trail in Canada” World Soccer. July 1962. Pg. 7


Thanks to Jason Caldwell & Paul Foley.

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Last Updated: 23 December 2020

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