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Canada Soccer announces Concacaf Women’s Under-20 Championship Roster

Posted on 12 February 2020 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada Soccer have announced their squad for the upcoming Concacaf Women’s Under-20 Championship, one of three Concacaf women’s youth tournaments in which Canada will compete this year. The 20-player squad will compete for one of only two remaining spots in Concacaf from 22 February thro More

Canada second in Concacaf after loss to USA in the confederation final

Posted on 10 February 2020 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada will advance to the Olympic Games ranked second in their region after an 0:3 loss to USA in the Sunday final of the 2020 Concacaf Women's Olympic Qualifying Championship. Canada finished the confederation championship with four wins and one loss as Stephanie Labbé won the Golden Glove More

Canada qualify for Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

Posted on 8 February 2020 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada have qualified for the Olympic Games for the fourth consecutive cycle after a 1:0 victory over Costa Rica at the 2020 Concacaf Women's Olympic Qualifying Championship. Jordyn Huitema scored the lone goal in the Concacaf semi-final victory as Canada also advanced to the Sunday championship fin More

Canada ready to face Costa Rica for a spot at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

Posted on 6 February 2020 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada is ready to face Costa Rica in a must-win Semi-final playoff match on Friday 7 February for a spot at Tokyo 2020. The two winners of the Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship Semi-finals will qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games as well as advance to the Sunday 9 February More

Canada set to take on USA in Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship Final

Posted on 6 February 2020 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Having achieved their primary goal of qualifying for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Canada is now focussed on the Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship Final on Sunday 9 February in Carson, California where they will meet the current world champions USA.With the 1:0 win against Costa More

Canada win Group B after 2:0 win over Mexico at the Concacaf Women's Olympic Qualifying Championship

Posted on 5 February 2020 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada will face Costa Rica in a must-win Semi-final playoff match for a spot at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games after winning Group B at the Concacaf Women's Olympic Qualifying Championship. Canada finished first in their group with a perfect nine points after a 2:0 win over Mexico in the group finale More

Canada to play Mexico for first place in Group B at the Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship

Posted on 3 February 2020 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada will face Mexico for first place in the final group stage match for Group B at the Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship. Both nations are tied with six points, although Canada has a +20 goals differential so can secure the first place in the group with a victory or a draw.&n More

Canada secure spot in Concacaf semi-finals after convincing 9:0 win over Jamaica

Posted on 2 February 2020 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada have secured their spot in the semi-finals of the 2020 Concacaf Women's Olympic Qualifying Championship after back-to-back wins in Edinburg, TX. Canada won 9:0 over Jamaica on Saturday night at H-E-B Park on goals scored by Jordyn Huitema (five), Janine Beckie (three), and Deanne Rose. Goalke More

Canada to face Jamaica in second match of the Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship

Posted on 31 January 2020 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

On the heels of a 11:0 victory against St. Kitts & Nevis, Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team is getting ready to face Jamaica in its second group stage match at the 2020 Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship on Saturday February 1 at H-E-B Park in Edinburg, Texas. More

Christine Sinclair breaks record as Canada open with 11:0 victory in Texas

Posted on 30 January 2020 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Christine Sinclair set the world’s all-time international goalscoring record as Canada won 11:0 over St. Kitts & Nevis in the opening match of the 2020 Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship. Sinclair scored two first-half goals to bring her count to 185 international goals More

Simply the greatest: Christine Sinclair breaks world record for international goals

Posted on 29 January 2020 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada Soccer’s Christine Sinclair stands apart from every other footballer in the history of the game after breaking the world’s all-time international goalscoring record. The Canadian captain scored her record-breaking 185th goal on Wednesday 29 January at the 2020 Concacaf Women&rsquo More

Tickets on sale for Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team return to Vancouver

Posted on 29 January 2020 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Tickets to the highly anticipated Canada-Australia Women’s International Friendly Match set for Tuesday 14 April at BC Place are on sale to the public today 29 January 2020 via Ticketmaster.ca and by phone at 1.855.985.5000.The home international soccer match will provide Canadian fans with an More

Canada ready to kick off Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship against St. Kitts & Nevis

Posted on 28 January 2020 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team will kick off their 2020 Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying journey when they face St. Kitts & Nevis on 29 January in Edinburg, Texas. The Wednesday match is the first of three group matches en route to the Concacaf semi-finals on Friday 7 More

Canada returns to Vancouver in April for Women’s International Friendly

Posted on 22 January 2020 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

They’re coming home: Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team will face Australia on Tuesday 14 April in Vancouver, British Columbia. The 2020 Women’s International Friendly match will be played at BC Place with tickets to go on sale this coming Wednesday 29 January. The ho More

Canada Soccer announces squad for Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship

Posted on 21 January 2020 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team will have just one objective on their mind when they kick off the 2020 Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament: to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Only two nations from the region will meet that objective through the Concacaf S More

Canada Soccer announces squad for training camp ahead Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship

Posted on 10 January 2020 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada Soccer have announced a 22-player squad for a two-week preparation camp in Texas ahead of the 2020 Concacaf Women's Olympic Qualifying Championship. The pre-camp is the final preparation ahead of the eight-nation tournament that opens on 29 January in Edinburg, Texas. “It’s a More

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team to play in first edition of Tournoi de France in March 2020

Posted on 19 December 2019 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team have confirmed their participation of the newly established Tournoi de France which will take place in Calais and Valenciennes from 4-10 March 2020. Canada will face France, Netherlands and Brazil at the friendly tournament which will take place dur More

Women's nominees for the 2019 Canada Soccer Player Awards

Posted on 27 November 2019 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Janine Beckie | #CANWNT & Manchester City FC (England)Janine Beckie scored three goals and two assists at the international level in 2019, including Player of the Match honours for Canada’s home win in May against Mexico. The Canada Soccer Player of the Month in September, she became just More

Canada WNT win 3:0 over New Zealand to close out 2019 international season

Posted on 10 November 2019 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada got back to their winning ways thanks to goals by Christine Sinclair and Janine Beckie along with a record-tying clean sheet by Stephanie Labbé. Canada delivered a 3:0 win over New Zealand to clinch third place at the International Women’s Football Tournament Yongchuan 2019 in Ch More

Canada WNT fall to Brazil in opening match of China Four Nations Tournament

Posted on 7 November 2019 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada lost 4:0 to Brazil in the opening match of the International Women’s Football Tournament in Yongchuan, China PR with goals scored by Chú, Formiga and Bia Zaneratto (2). With just one match left on the FIFA international calendar this year, Canada featured 17 different players in More

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Canada Soccer have announced their squad for the upcoming Concacaf Women’s Under-20 Championship, one of three Concacaf women’s youth tournaments in which Canada will compete this year. The 20-player squad will compete for one of only two remaining spots in Concacaf from 22 February through 8 March in San Cristobal and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
 
Canada are one of 20 nations competing at this year’s Concacaf Women’s Under-20 Championship, which will exclude this year’s FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup hosts Costa Rica and Panama. Canada will play group matches against El Salvador, Guatemala and Jamaica after which it will need to advance past elimination matches in the Round of 16, Quarter-finals and Semi-finals. Unlike recent cycles, only two nations (not three) will qualify through the Concacaf Women’s Under-20 Championship.
 
“We have set a goal to qualify through Concacaf to both FIFA youth tournaments, although we know it will be challenging under the new format,” said Rhian Wilkinson, Canada Soccer’s Women’s U-20 and U-17 Coach. “Playing up to seven matches across 16 days under the new format will test us both physically and mentally, but that is the point of the tournament. That pressure will help develop our players as they continue to progress towards the Women’s National Team.”
 
From 16 nations in four groups, the top-12 nations (three from each group) will join four pre-qualified nations in the Concacaf Round of 16. From there, there are no second chances at the U-20 level as each round will eliminate the losing side until only the two winners of the Concacaf Semi-finals qualify for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.
 
As determined through the draw, Canada could face USA in a Concacaf elimination match for a spot at a FIFA women’s youth tournament for just the second time ever if USA finishes either first or third in Group C (facing Cuba, Dominican Republic and Honduras). Only in 2010 have the two nations met under such pressure with Canada ultimately qualifying for that year’s FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup through kicks from the penalty mark.
 
This year’s Canada U-20 squad features players born 2000 or later, all of whom have benefited from playing experience in Canada Soccer’s Women’s EXCEL Program at the youth level. From the squad, 17 have participated in previous Concacaf or FIFA youth tournaments in recent years.
 
“We can see that our system, the Canada Soccer Regional Excel Program, is working better than ever in delivering a connected and unified system and ensuring that there are more opportunities for our young players to be seen across the country,” said Wilkinson. “The whole program is connected and that is an important contribution to the Women’s National Team Program.”
 
Beyond the U-20 tournament, the Concacaf Women’s Under-17 Championship runs 19 April to 3 May and the Concacaf Girls’ Under-15 Championship takes place in early August. The 2020 Concacaf Women’s Under-17 Championship will feature up to seven matches across 15 days after which three Concacaf nations will qualify for the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup India 2020. To date, Canada have qualified for seven FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cups since 2002 and all six FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cups since 2008. Just last year, Canada finished fourth at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Uruguay 2018.
 
CANADA
1- GK- Anna Karpenko | CAN / Super REX Ontario
2- F- Caleigh Boeckx | USA / Rice University
3- F- Léonie Portelance | CAN / AS Varennes
4- M- Marika Guay | USA / Santa Clara University
5- CB- Jade Rose | CAN / Super REX Ontario
6- CB- Joanna Verzosa-Dolezal | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite Super REX
7- M- Mya Jones | USA / University of Memphis
8- FB- Emma Regan | USA / University of Texas at Austin
9- F- Tanya Boychuk | CAN / FC Edmonton REX
10- M- Maya Ladhani | CAN / Super REX Ontario
11- F- Kaila Novak | USA / UCLA
12- M- Caitlin Shaw | USA / University of Oregon
13- CB- Samantha Chang | USA / University of South Carolina
14- M- Lara Kazandjian | USA / University of Memphis
15- CB- Molly Quarry | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite Super REX
16- M- Sonia Walk | CAN / Super REX Ontario
17- F- Andersen Williams | USA / Texas A & M University
18- M- Wayny Balata | CAN / CS Lakeshore
19- M- Jazmine Wilkinson | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite Super REX
20- GK- Kayza Massey | USA / West Virginia University
 
CANADA A-Z
Name | Birthyear | City where they grew up | First club
Balata, Wayny | 2001 | Montréal, QC, CAN | AS Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
Boeckx, Caleigh | 2000 | Calgary, AB, CAN | Calgary Blizzard Olympic
Boychuk, Tanya | 2000 | Edmonton, AB, CAN | McLeod Community League
Chang, Samantha | 2000 | Mississauga, ON, CAN | Mississauga SC
Guay, Marika | 2000 | Châteauguay, QC, CAN | AS Châteauguay
Jones, Mya | 2001 | Calgary, AB, CAN | Calgary South West United
Karpenko, Anna | 2002 | Richmond Hill, ON, CAN | Richmond Hill SC
Kazandjian, Lara | 2002 | Kirkland, QC, CAN | CS Lakeshore
Ladhani, Maya | 2002 | Guelph, ON, CAN | Guelph SA
Massey, Kayza | 2001 | Ottawa, ON, CAN | Ottawa Gloucester Dragons
Novak, Kaila | 2002 | St. Thomas, ON, CAN | St. Thomas SC
Portelance, Léonie | 2001 | Brossard, QC, CAN | AS Brossard
Quarry, Molly | 2002 | Bowen Island, BC, CAN | Bowen Island FC
Regan, Emma | 2000 | Burnaby, BC, CAN | Burnaby Girls SC
Rose, Jade | 2003 | Markham, ON, CAN | Markham SC
Shaw, Caitlin | 2001 | Vancouver, BC, CAN | Coquitlam SC
Verzosa-Dolezal, Joanna | 2002 | Delta, BC, CAN | SurDel Girls SA
Walk, Sonia | 2002 | Toronto, ON, CAN | East York SC
Wilkinson, Jazmine | 2002 | Nanaimo, BC, CAN | Nanaimo Harbour City FC
Williams, Andersen | 2002 | Calgary, AB, CAN | Calgary South West United SA
 

Canada will advance to the Olympic Games ranked second in their region after an 0:3 loss to USA in the Sunday final of the 2020 Concacaf Women's Olympic Qualifying Championship. Canada finished the confederation championship with four wins and one loss as Stephanie Labbé won the Golden Glove and Jordyn Huitema won the Golden Boot.

Canada scored 23 times across four different match through nine different scorers. In the final, they were unable to break the US defence despite holding 52% possession and completing 90% of their passes. Lynn Williams, Lindsey Horan and Megan Rapinoe were the American goalscorers in the 9 February final.

In winning silver, Canada have won 13 medals in 14 Concacaf women’s senior competitions since 1991, including silver at each of the last four Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championships in which they have also qualified for the Olympic Games. Canada are one of only five nations in the world to qualify for each of past four Women’s Olympic Football Tournaments and the only nation to reach the podium at both London 2012 and Rio 2016.

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“We definitely pushed for 60 minutes and we can be proud of that performance, but we will need to take care of those small errors we made,” said Kenneth Heiner-Møller, Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team Head Coach. “When we play anyone in the world, we know we have a chance to win because that is how good our team is, but we also know that those small things can have a big impact. We need to be ready to take care of those small things and continue the path we are on towards the Olympic Games.”

Huitema is the first Canadian since Christine Sinclair in 2012 to win the tournament’s top scoring prize while Labbé is the first Canadian since Erin McLeod in 2006 to win the top goalkeeper award at a Concacaf women’s tournament.

“We were happy with our first 60 minutes, but it is now about those last 30 minutes and staying with them until the final whistle,” said Huitema, the tournament’s Golden Boot winner. “We didn’t get to do that in that game, so we are disappointed, but we are ready to come back stronger and if we play them in the Olympic Games get a different result.”

Canada nearly broke through in the 20th minute on a ball sent forward by Ashley Lawrence, but they were just caught with the offside call on the Christine Sinclair run into the box. As Canada continued to push forward, they created a pair of chances just a few minutes later, but both a Beckie chance was cleared and a Fleming lob was high over the crossbar.

USA had their best chance of the first half on a rocket from beyond the penalty area, but the Christine Press right-footed shot hit the crossbar and stayed out.

Then came Canada’s best chance in the 38th minute after Beckie put Sinclair through with a long, cutting pass. Sinclair was into the box, but her shot was stopped by the charging Alyssa Naeher.

In the second half, the USA created a couple of big moments, but the Canadian defence denied them both times. In the 56th minute, a corner kick was nearly headed in at the back post, but captain Sinclair was there to help with the clearance.

In the 60th minute, USA picked out the go-ahead goal after Williams intercepted the ball inside the Canada box and fired it past the outstretched Stephanie Labbé.

USA then doubled their lead in the 71st minute after Ertz played a ball wide to Samantha Mewis on the left wing. The Mewis cross into the box was headed down by Williams to Horan who then beat her defender and beat Labbé with a low shot.

In the 77th minute, Canada came through as Fleming helped Beckie get into a dangerous position inside the box, but the Beckie cross was just out of reach for her teammate at the back post.

USA then scored their third in the 87th minute after Williams played in Rapinoe who then scored with a low shot from inside the box.

Canada’s starting XI featured Stephanie Labbé in goal, Jayde Riviere and Ashley Lawrence as fullbacks, Sophie Schmidt, Kadeisha Buchanan and Shelina Zadorsky as centre backs, and Desiree Scott, Rebecca Quinn, Jessie Fleming, Christine Sinclair and Janine Beckie from the midfield up through to the attack. In the second half, coach Kenneth Heiner-Møller replaced Riviere with Allysha Chapman (65’), Quinn with Deanne Rose (65’), and Schmidt with Jordyn Huitema (73’).

Along with Huitema (seven goals), other Canadian goalscorers in the tournament were Janine Beckie (three), Jessie Fleming (one), Ashley Lawrence (two), Adriana Leon (four), Jayde Riviere (one), Deanne Rose (one), Christine Sinclair (three), and Shelina Zadorsky (one). In the opening match of the tournament, Sinclair became the world’s all-time international goalscoring record holder with her 185th goal.

Looking ahead to the Tokyo 2020 Women’s Olympic Football Tournament, Canada will have three more opportunities to get together on the FIFA women’s international calendar (March, April and June). Already announced, Canada will face France, Netherlands and Brazil at the Tournoi de France during the March window (the latter two nations have already qualified for the Olympic Games) and then Australia during the April window (currently taking part in Asian qualifiers).

 

CANADA RETURN HOME IN APRIL
Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team will come home this Spring when they face Australia in Vancouver on Tuesday 14 April. The home international soccer match will provide Canadian fans will an opportunity to see their favourite players live in action at BC Place (19.30 local kickoff).
 
Tickets are on sale now starting as low as $20 via Ticketmaster.ca (or by calling 1.855.985.5000), with complete information available via CanadaSoccer.com/tickets. Group discounts of up to 30% off the regular price are available for orders of 10 or more tickets using the Group Order Form. A special Me+3 ticket package can be purchased directly via Ticketmaster.ca.
 
Beyond the Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament in January and February, Canada will face France, Netherlands and Brazil at the Tournoi de France (4-10 March) and then Australia at home in Vancouver (14 April).

OLYMPIC MEDAL WINNERS & CONCACAF CHAMPIONS
Canada are two-time Olympic bronze medal winners (2012 and 2016) and two-time Concacaf champions (1998 and 2010). In all, Canada have participated in seven consecutive editions of the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ (1995 to 2019) and three consecutive editions of the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament (2008 to 2016). At Rio 2016, Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team were the first Canadian Olympic team to win back-to-back medals at a summer Olympic Games in more than a century.
 
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Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Youth Teams, meanwhile, have won four Concacaf youth titles: the 2004 and 2008 Concacaf Women’s Under-20 Championship, the 2010 Concacaf Women’s Under-17 Championship, and the 2014 Concacaf Girls’ Under-15 Championship. Canada have qualified for seven editions of the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup (including a silver medal at Canada 2002) and all six editions of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup (including a fourth-place finish at Uruguay 2018).

Canada have qualified for the Olympic Games for the fourth consecutive cycle after a 1:0 victory over Costa Rica at the 2020 Concacaf Women's Olympic Qualifying Championship. Jordyn Huitema scored the lone goal in the Concacaf semi-final victory as Canada also advanced to the Sunday championship final.

Canada are one of only five nations in the world to qualify for each of three previous Women’s Olympic Football Tournaments and the only nation to reach the podium at both London 2012 and Rio 2016.

“Costa Rica made it difficult, but we dominated, we finally got one, and we were so solid defensively that we weren’t going to give one up after that,” said Canadian captain Christine Sinclair. “Going to the Olympic Games never gets old and every one brings a different story and different experience. We can now look forward to getting back on that podium.”

With the win, Canada also advanced to their fourth consecutive final at the Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship, this time to be played Sunday 9 February at the Health Dignity Park in Carson, California. The match will be broadcast live in Canada on OneSoccer.ca as well as on Rogers TV, SaskTel, and TELUS (18.00 ET / 15.00 PT). Fans will find extended coverage across Canada Soccer’s digital channels on Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, and Twitter featuring the social media hashtag #CANWNT.

“We have so many skillful players that we are able to rotate our starting players and keep everyone fresh, so come game time everyone is able to really perform and come out at 100 percent,” said Canadian goalscorer Jordyn Huitema. “I think it really showed tonight how fresh, versatile and hungry our team was as we just pushed until that last whistle.”

In the first half, Canada held the edge in possession and perhaps had some of their best pressure midway through the period. On one chance in the 23rd minute, an Allysha Chapman cross from the left got a lovely touch back from Janine Beckie in the middle, but Costa Rica cleared. Then late in the half, Jordyn Huitema created a dangerous cross from the left which passed behind a trio of Canadian attackers. Just before the whistle, Beckie broke through and fired a low shot on goal, but goalkeeper Noelia Bermúdez made the save.

In the 58 minute, Huitema had a good run into the box, but her shot was blocked by the defender. Just three minutes later, a Chapman cross from the left was knocked just wide of the back post by Beckie. Another two minutes later, Sinclair won the ball deep in the box and centered a pass, but the chance was cleared by Stephanie Blanco.

In the 67th minute, Beckie’s cross from inside the box was just tipped away by Bermúdez.

The breakthrough finally came in the 72nd minute after some lovely possession by Ashley Lawrence on the right. Lawrence moved in, played the ball to Beckie who quickly played it forward for Rose inside the box; Rose then crossed for Huitema who struck her first shot off the post, but then immediately knocked in the rebound with her right foot.

 

From there, Canada shut things down with all 10 outfield players chipping in on the defence as Stephanie Labbé posted the clean sheet. In one final attacking chance in added time, Sinclair fed Beckie who quickly chipped an out-of-position Bermúdez, but the ball sailed over the crossbar.

Before kickoff, Canadian captain Christine Sinclair was honoured by Concacaf for setting the world’s all-time international goalscoring record. Concacaf President Victor Montagliani presented both the record-breaking game ball and a framed, commemorative “Sinclair 185” jersey as part of the pre-match presentation.

Canada’s starting lineup featured Stephanie Labbé in goal, Janine Beckie and Allysha Chapman as fullbacks, Sophie Schmidt, Kadeisha Buchanan and Shelina Zadorsky at centre back, and Ashley Lawrence, Desiree Scott, Jessie Fleming, Jordyn Huitema and Christine Sinclair from the midfield up through to the attack. In the second half, coach Kenneth Heiner-Møller replaced Fleming with Deanne Rose (64’).

CANADA RETURN HOME IN APRIL

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team will come home this Spring when they face Australia in Vancouver on Tuesday 14 April. The home international soccer match will provide Canadian fans will an opportunity to see their favourite players live in action at BC Place (19.30 local kickoff).

Tickets are on sale now starting as low as $20 via Ticketmaster.ca (or by calling 1.855.985.5000), with complete information available via CanadaSoccer.com/tickets. Group discounts of up to 30% off the regular price are available for orders of 10 or more tickets using the Group Order Form (link: https://form.jotform.com/200154693493255). A special Me+3 ticket package can be purchased directly via Ticketmaster.ca (link: www1.ticketmaster.ca/event/11005835BC6A3A46?brand=canadasoccer).

Beyond the Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament in January and February, Canada will face France, Netherlands and Brazil at the Tournoi de France (4-10 March) and then Australia at home in Vancouver (14 April).

OLYMPIC MEDAL WINNERS & CONCACAF CHAMPIONS

Canada are two-time Olympic bronze medal winners (2012 and 2016) and two-time Concacaf champions (1998 and 2010). In all, Canada have participated in seven consecutive editions of the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ (1995 to 2019) and three consecutive editions of the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament (2008 to 2016). At Rio 2016, Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team were the first Canadian Olympic team to win back-to-back medals at a summer Olympic Games in more than a century.

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Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Youth Teams, meanwhile, have won four Concacaf youth titles: the 2004 and 2008 Concacaf Women’s Under-20 Championship, the 2010 Concacaf Women’s Under-17 Championship, and the 2014 Concacaf Girls’ Under-15 Championship. Canada have qualified for seven editions of the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup (including a silver medal at Canada 2002) and all six editions of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup (including a fourth-place finish at Uruguay 2018).

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