Canadian men arrive in Toronto

Canada’s national team met the press today upon its arrival downtown Toronto after four days in Alliston, ON. The Canadian team had been training in Alliston since Monday, including a Thursday morning session before leaving for Toronto. The team traveled by bus to downtown Toronto and met the media in a press conference at the Intercontinental Yorkville.

Canada’s national team met the press today upon its arrival downtown Toronto after four days in Alliston, ON. The Canadian team had been training in Alliston since Monday, including a Thursday morning session before leaving for Toronto. The team traveled by bus to downtown Toronto and met the media in a press conference at the Intercontinental Yorkville.



The Canadian team is in town for Saturday’s 4 September Men’s International Friendly match against Peru. The match kicks off at 17.30 at BMO Field. Tickets to the match are available via Ticketmaster at ticketmaster.ca / 416.872.5000. Tickets include entry to both the Canadian National Exhibition as well as the football match.



Coach Stephen Hart along with players Patrice Bernier, Simeon Jackson and Haidar Al-Shaïbani spoke to the media about playing home games in Toronto and Montréal. Following Saturday’s home match in Toronto, the Canadian team will travel to Montréal where it will face Honduras at Stade Saputo (19.30 kickoff, tickets via ADMISSION.com or 514.790.1245. Both the Toronto and Montréal match will be broadcast live on all four Rogers Sportsnet channels.



The 4 September and 7 September matches both fall on FIFA International Dates, a short break around which most professional clubs are inactive so that players can be released to their national teams. Canada’s 20 players play in 10 different countries in North America and Europe.

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