|Host country Canada|
|Dates June 2 – June 6|
|Teams 4 (from 3 confederations)|
Venue(s) Commonwealth Stadium Edmonton, Alberta
The Canada Cup (a.k.a. Maple Cup) of 1999 was an international football (soccer) tournament played at the Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada from 2 June 1999 to 6 June 1999. It included hosts Canada, Iran, Ecuador and Guatemala, which replaced the Brazil Olympic Team.
All games were considered full FIFA international games. Ecuador's striker Ariel Graziani became top scorer of the event, scoring three goals in three matches.