Canada travels to Montréal

Canada’s men’s national team travels to Montréal on Sunday 5 September in between two home Men’s International Friendly matches on the FIFA International schedule. Canada lost 0:2 to Peru on Saturday night and now looks ahead to facing Honduras on 7 September at Stade Saputo in Montréal, QC.

Canada’s men’s national team travels to Montréal on Sunday 5 September in between two home Men’s International Friendly matches on the FIFA International schedule. Canada lost 0:2 to Peru on Saturday night and now looks ahead to facing Honduras on 7 September at Stade Saputo in Montréal, QC.



Tickets to the 7 September match at Stade Saputo (19.30 kickoff) are available via ADMISSION at ADMISSION.com / 416.872.5000.



Four players have returned to their professional clubs after the Saturday match in Toronto. Marcel de Jong injured his shoulder and returns to FC Augsburg in Germany. Toronto FC players Nana Attakora, Julian de Guzman and Dwayne De Rosario, meanwhile, will join their Major League Soccer club in Chicago for an all-important league fixture.



Joining the Canadian team in Montréal will be Terry Dunfield of Vancouver Whitecaps FC. This will be Dunfield’s second call up to the national team this season.



The Canada-Honduras match kicks off at 19.30 on Tuesday 7 September. The match will be broadcast live on Rogers Sportsnet (all four channels).

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