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Photos: Pacific FC beats Cavalry FC, advances to 2021 Canadian Championship semifinal

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Pacific FC beat Cavalry FC 1-0 at ATCO Field in Calgary to advance to the semifinals of the 2021 Canadian Championship Wednesday. Terran Campbell scored the lone goal in the 33rd minute.

Pacific FC will next face Major League Soccer’s Toronto FC in the semifinals of the Canadian Championship.

Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

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Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

Cavalry FC vs Pacific FC in Canadian Championship quarterfinal action at ATCO Field in Calgary Sept. 22, 2021. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer News

The Canadian Championship is a annual tournament featuring teams from three tiers of the Canadian soccer pyramid, including Major League Soccer and the Canadian Premier League. The knockout tournament is separate from league play but determines the nation’s Concacaf Champions League berth.

The Canadian Championship semifinals date and venues are yet to be announced. The final is scheduled for mid to late October.

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Editor of Total Soccer News | Photographer and Writer | Stuart Gradon is soccer journalist and multimedia professional, having worked at 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil and 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup in Canada. He covers Cavalry FC and Canadian Premier League. Stuart is available for media appearances, including podcasts, television, and radio. Email stuartgradon@totalsoccernews.com to inquire.

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