Canada to spend week in Montréal

Canada will arrive in Montréal this Monday for a full week of training before this Saturday’s FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers match. Canada will face Honduras on 6 September at 20.00 ET at Stade Saputo.



Canada is playing six matches against three teams in Stage III of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ Qualifiers. Three of those matches are in Canada: 20 August against Jamaica in Toronto (a 1:1 draw), 6 September against Honduras in Montréal (admission.com or 514.790.1245) and 15 October against Mexico in Edmonton (Ticketmaster.ca / 780.451.8000).

Canada will arrive in Montréal this Monday for a full week of training before this Saturday’s FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers match. Canada will face Honduras on 6 September at 20.00 ET at Stade Saputo.



Canada is playing six matches against three teams in Stage III of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ Qualifiers. Three of those matches are in Canada: 20 August against Jamaica in Toronto (a 1:1 draw), 6 September against Honduras in Montréal (admission.com or 514.790.1245) and 15 October against Mexico in Edmonton (Ticketmaster.ca / 780.451.8000).



Coach Dale Mitchell and his staff will have 21 players in camp. Only Daniel Imhof was unable to participate in this camp because of a leg injury suffered in play with his club team.



The 6 September match will also be televised live on Sportsnet. For those viewers with all four Sportsnet channels, the match will be found live on Sportsnet Ontario and Sportsnet East (20.00 ET / 18.00 MT / 17.00 PT) and delayed on Sportsnet West (21.00 MT) and Sportsnet Pacific (23.00 PT).

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