Canada enters 2008 Peace Queen Cup

Canada’s senior women’s team announced today that it will take part in the 2008 Peace Queen Cup. The tournament, which runs 14-21 June in Suwon, Republic of Korea, will feature eight teams including Canada. Canada, Republic of Korea, DPR Korea and Argentina have been drawn into Group A while the United States, Brasil, Italia and Australia have been drawn into Group B.



Canada will face Argentina on 14 June, hosts Republic of Korea on 16 June, and DPR Korea on 18 June. All Group A matches are played on those three dates at the Suwon World Cup Stadium. The Group B matches are played on 15-17-19 June at the Suwon Sports Complex.

Canada’s senior women’s team announced today that it will take part in the 2008 Peace Queen Cup. The tournament, which runs 14-21 June in Suwon, Republic of Korea, will feature eight teams including Canada. Canada, Republic of Korea, DPR Korea and Argentina have been drawn into Group A while the United States, Brasil, Italia and Australia have been drawn into Group B.



Canada will face Argentina on 14 June, hosts Republic of Korea on 16 June, and DPR Korea on 18 June. All Group A matches are played on those three dates at the Suwon World Cup Stadium. The Group B matches are played on 15-17-19 June at the Suwon Sports Complex.



The two-top teams from each group will meet in the 21 June final at the Suwon World Cup Stadium. The winning team will earn $200,000 while the second-place team will earn $50,000.



Canada, whose title sponsor is Winners, is currently at the CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualification Tournament. Canada needs to win the semi-final match on 9 April to qualify for the Summer Olympics in Beijing.

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