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Posted on 20 October 2010 in All Men's Teams
The Canadian Soccer Association has announced it will hold a national U-15 camp for boys born in 1995. The camp, led by national coach Ray Clark, runs 21-31 October in Carson, CA, USA. The camp will take place at the Home Depot facility and will feature 24 young players making their debut in the Canadian national system. More
Posted on 18 September 2007 in All Men's Teams
Canada's men's U-16 national team wrapped up their highly-successful training camp in St. John's, NL. They finished with a perfect three wins in three matches against local competition. The U-16 team (players born on or after January 1, 1991)played matches against Memorial University (12 September), Mount Pearl (14 September) and St. Lawrence (16 September).
Canadian head coach Sean Fleming was very pleased with the effort, results and opportunity provided by the joint venture between the Canadian Soccer Association, St. John's Soccer Association and Newfoundland and Labrador Soccer Association (NLSA). More
Posted on 6 September 2007 in All Men's Teams
Canada's men's U-16 team roster is set for the ten-day camp taking place in St-John's Nfld under head coach Sean Fleming. The camp starts 7 September and runs until 17 September. The training and matches will take place at the King George V Park in St. John's. The camp is a joint venture between the Canadian Soccer Association, Newfoundland and Labrador Soccer Association, and the St. John's Soccer Association.
"It will be a great test for the team to play three challenging matches in a five day period and this is similar to Qualifying Tournaments so it will show the players how difficult it can be," says head coach Sean Fleming.
Posted on 29 August 2007 in All Men's Teams
Canada's men's U-16 team will gather in St. John's, NL for a ten-day camp under coach Sean Fleming. The camp runs 7-17 September with training and matches at the King George V Park in St. John's. The camp is a joint venture between the Canadian Soccer Association, Newfoundland and Labrador Soccer Association, and the St. John's Soccer Association.
Along with the daily trainings, the team will play three exhibition games against local senior teams. The three exhibition matches are scheduled for 12 September (7 pm vs. Memorial University), 14 (7pm vs. Challenge Cup finalist) and 16 (6pm vs. Challenge Cup winner).
Posted on 6 August 2007 in All Men's Teams
SASKATOON (SASKATCHEWAN)- Canada’s men’s U-16 team wrapped up a one-week camp in Saskatoon today. The 18-player camp ran 30 July to 6 August. One of the highlights of the camp was six Kids Soccer in the Park interactive training sessions with local kids.
"From a development perspective, it was an excellent camp and an excellent test for the players," said coach Sean Fleming. "The Kids Soccer in the Park program was well attended and thoroughly enjoyed by all - the coaches, players and kids."
Posted on 31 July 2007 in All Men's Teams
Canada's men's U-16 team has grouped in Saskatoon for a one-week camp under coach Sean Fleming. The camp runs 30 July to 6 August at the Sasktel Soccer Centre. The camp is a joint venture between the Canadian Soccer Association, Saskatchewan Soccer Association, and Saskatoon Youth Soccer, Inc.
"It's always exciting when we can have a Canadian national team visit Saskatchewan," says Jeannette Kuc, president of the Saskatchewan Soccer Association. "What makes this even greater is the opportunity for our grassroots players to meet and practise with them. All levels of play in soccer are important; seeing them come together like this is inspiring and rewarding." More
Posted on 24 November 2006 in All Men's Teams
The Canadian Men's U15 National Team (players born on or after January 1, 1991) will compete in their first ever international friendly on Saturday, December 2nd against the United States U15 National Team as a part of a week-long camp at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. Head Coach, Sean Fleming, will assemble his team for the first time since a March training camp in Surrey, BC and will have his first opportunity to see the young Canadians against international competition.
It is a great opportunity for these athletes to showcase their talents against some of the best in North America. It will be two very challenging games, explained Fleming. More
Posted on 24 March 2006 in All Men's Teams
Ottawa, Ontario Canada's boys and girls U15 National Teams will both be holding training camps in Surrey, BC from March 30th through April 6th, 2006. Two local soccer clubs, Peace Arch Soccer Club (boys) and Semiahmoo Soccer Club (girls) have partnered with the Canadian Soccer Association to host the above-mentioned camps on the South Surrey peninsula.
"This is an excellent opportunity for these players to make an impression on the National Team program, said U-15 boy's head coach Sean Fleming. It is their first introduction to a National team atmosphere and it will hopefully be a challenging and rewarding experience."
The idea of holding a joint camp has come together very quickly largely thanks to Semiahmoo and Peace Arch working together so effectively. This is truly a precedent setting camp. We hope that this kind of grassroots club support will inspire others to support our national team development program. More
Posted on 8 November 2004 in All Men's Teams
Ottawa, Ontario Canada's Junior Under-17 Team Head Coach Stephen Hart today announced an 18-player roster for a development camp and exhibition matches in Guadalajara, Mexico from November 9-20, 2004.
Hart's main objectives are to give as many potential players born from 1988-89 experience with the National Team program and the CONCACAF region and to prepare a squad for qualifications in May 2005.
This will be the first project for players born in 1989, so it should prove an exciting challenge," said Hart. More
Posted on 9 July 2004 in All Men's Teams
Ottawa, Ontario - Ray Clark, Director of Coaching and Player Development has announced his 18-player roster for an Under-17 Development Team training camp in Blaine, Minnesota from July 10-21, 2004.
Canada will play four matches while training in Blaine, two against the United States.
"This project allows us an additional opportunity to look at a number of new National Team prospects in a very competitive setting," said Clark. "The US National Youth Teams have become a permanent fixture on the world stage and benefit from a full time training structure through their Residency Program; and Cruz Azul is one of Mexico's leading Professional Clubs and operates a first class Development Program. These games will certainly provide us with a good measuring stick with which to compare the progress of our players as they move closer to the 2007 FIFA World Youth Championships." More
Posted on 5 February 2004 in All Men's Teams
Ottawa, Ontario Canadian Men's Junior (U-17) Team head coach Stephen Hart has assembled 18-players in Burnaby, British Columbia for a training camp from February 4-11, 2004. This is the first camp for the Under-17 Team in 2004.
Our first International outing was scheduled for January. However, due to events in Turkey we were unable to participate, said Hart. This was unfortunate, for games of that quality are difficult to find for this age group. However, we will use this camp to evaluate players and begin setting the foundation for the team. More
Posted on 17 September 2003 in All Men's Teams
Ottawa, Ontario Junior (U-17) Head Coach Stephen Hart has named 18-players for a development training camp in Duisburg, Germany from September 16-September 27, 2003. Canada is scheduled to play three exhibition games against local teams during the camp before returning on September 27.
The team was selected from the 2003 National All Star competition held on July 23-27 in Regina, SK. The camp is intended to introduce the players to the national team program as they will be considered for the future Canadian Men's under-17 Team. More
Posted on 9 September 2002 in All Men's Teams
Ottawa, Ontario - Canada's Men's Under-15 Team will head to Duisburg, Germany for a 10-day training camp with exhibition games under the direction of Ray Clark, Director of Coaching and Player Development. The camp will run from September 9-19. Canada is scheduled to play four exhibition games during the camp. More
Posted on 17 July 2002 in All Men's Teams
Ottawa, Ontario - Canadian Junior (Under-17) National Team head coach Stephen Hart has selected 18 players from the Junior Development Team (1986s and 1987s) for a training camp and international tournament in Bermuda from July 17-28. The Canadians will play games against Bermuda, Jamaica and Barbados during the tournament.
The Canadians will train in Toronto on July 17 and 18 before flying to Bermuda on the 19th. More
Posted on 2 April 2002 in All Men's Teams
Ottawa, Ontario - Canada's Men's Junior (U-17) Team head coach Stephen Hart has selected 18 players (Under-16s born in 1986 and 1987) for a 13-day training camp in Florida and Central America. The Canadians will train for three days in Ft. Lauderdale before travelling to El Salvador on April 3. They will play two friendlies in San Salvador on April 5 and 7 before flying to Guatemala on April 8. Canada will face Guatemala in back to back friendlies on April 10 and 12 before returning home.
Canada's Junior (U-17) Team players must be born on or after January 1, 1986 to be eligible for the 2003 FIFA World Under-17 Championships More
Posted on 16 October 2001 in All Men's Teams
Ottawa, Ontario Canada's Men's Under-16 Team will travel to Havana, Cuba for a nine-day training camp and games against club side Habana and the Cuban Under-16 national team. More
Posted on 15 October 2001 in All Men's Teams
Ottawa, Ontario - Canada's Men's Under-15 Team will head to Duisburg, Germany for a 15-day training camp with exhibition games under the direction of Ray Clark, Director of Coaching and Player Development. More
Posted on 12 September 2001 in All Men's Teams
Ottawa, Ontario The Canadian Soccer Association wishes to express its sincere condolences to the United States of America for the tragic events that occurred in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania yesterday. Words cannot express the horror that is felt by everyone as a result of these attacks. More
Posted on 6 April 2001 in All Men's Teams
Ottawa, Ontario - The Canadian Soccer Association today announced the selection of 18 players to the newly-formed Men's Under-18 Team which will compete in the upcoming International Tournament in Rezé, France (Tournoi International Cadets de Rezé) from April 5 April 16. More
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