Canada gears up for Costa Rica match

Canada’s men’s national team is now in Toronto and gearing up for the international friendly match against Costa Rica on Wednesday 12 September at BMO field. The match will kick-off at 7pm and is being broadcast live by CSA partner Rogers Sportsnet.



The full 19 player squad practiced together today for the first time under head coach Dale Mitchell. Missing from the roster is Los Angeles Galaxy defender Ante Jazic who has not fully recovered from an injured ankle.

Canada’s men’s national team is now in Toronto and gearing up for the international friendly match against Costa Rica on Wednesday 12 September at BMO field. The match will kick-off at 7pm and is being broadcast live by CSA partner Rogers Sportsnet.



The full 19 player squad practiced together today for the first time under head coach Dale Mitchell. Missing from the roster is Los Angeles Galaxy defender Ante Jazic who has not fully recovered from an injured ankle.



Canada last faced Costa Rica during the 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup. They defeated the 52nd ranked Costa Ricans 2:1 in the opening match of the group stage with two goals from CONCACAF Gold Cup MVP Julian DeGuzman.



Single tickets for the match range from $15-$100 and can be purchased at www.ticketmaster.ca. For special ticket offers for groups of 15 or more please call the Ticketmaster Sportsline at (416)872-5000.

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