Canada returns home after the win

Canada’s men’s national team will return home on Monday 16 June after a 3:0 win over Saint Vincent & the Grenadines. Canada has a three-goal lead in the two-match series of Stage II of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ Qualifiers. Canada is in a good position to secure advancement this Friday 20 June at Stade Saputo in Montréal, QC.



Tickets to this Friday’s match are still available to the general public. Tickets are available through Admission (admission.com or 514.790.1245). The 20 June match – the first-ever FIFA World Cup Qualifiers™ match to be hosted by Montréal – kicks off at 19.30 ET.

Canada’s men’s national team will return home on Monday 16 June after a 3:0 win over Saint Vincent & the Grenadines. Canada has a three-goal lead in the two-match series of Stage II of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ Qualifiers. Canada is in a good position to secure advancement this Friday 20 June at Stade Saputo in Montréal, QC.

Tickets to this Friday’s match are still available to the general public. Tickets are available through Admission (admission.com or 514.790.1245). The 20 June match – the first-ever FIFA World Cup Qualifiers™ match to be hosted by Montréal – kicks off at 19.30 ET.

Canada will spend Monday traveling before resuming training on Tuesday 17 June. Canada will train Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in Montréal. For fans unable to attend the Friday 20 June match, the match will be broadcast live on Sportsnet West (television) and THE TEAM 990 (radio AM 990 and internet team990.com). The match will also be replayed on Sportsnest Pacific, Sportsnet Ontario and Sportsnet East

Canada will take 18 players to Montréal, QC for the second match on 20 June. Of the 19 players in camp in Kingstown, only defender Ugo Ihemelu returns to his club, the Colorado Rapids. It has been determined that Ihemelu is ineligible to play for Canada in Stage II of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ Qualifiers.

Canada’s men’s national team is looking to get back to the FIFA World Cup™ for the first time since 1986. From within CONCACAF, three or four teams (out of 35 total or 24 remaining) will represent the confederation at South Africa 2010™. The Canadian men are currently ranked fourth in CONCACAF based on the most recent FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings. Canada also had a top-four finish at last year’s CONCACAF Gold Cup by reaching the semi-final.

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