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Tickets on sale today for Canada v French Guiana Qualifier at BC Place

Posted on 27 November 2018 in Men's National Team

Individual tickets to the Canada v French Guiana Concacaf Nations League Qualifier will go on sale to the public today, Wednesday, 28 November at 10am PT / 1pm ET via Ticketmaster.ca and by phone at 1.855.985.5000. With a place in Group A of 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League and the 2019 Concacaf Gold More

Canada returns to Vancouver for crucial Concacaf Nations League Qualifying match

Posted on 26 November 2018 in Men's National Team

Canada returns to Vancouver, British Columbia for a crucial Concacaf Nations League Qualifying match on Sunday 24 March at BC Place. The home match will feature a rematch of last year’s Concacaf Gold Cup opener between Canada and French Guiana, with Canada looking to secure its place in Group More

Canada remains undefeated in Concacaf Nations League Qualifying with 1:0 win over St. Kitts and Nevis

Posted on 18 November 2018 in Men's National Team

Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team defeated St. Kitts and Nevis 1:0 on an Atiba Hutchinson first-half goal to stay within striking distance of first place in Concacaf Nations League Qualifying. A spot in the 2019 Gold Cup and a place in Group A of 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League is at s More

Canada builds momentum ahead of important away Concacaf Nations League Qualifying match

Posted on 16 November 2018 in Men's National Team

Canada have a crucial away Concacaf Nations League Qualifying match against rivals St. Kitts and Nevis this Sunday 18 November. Both nations are sitting inside the top six at the top of the Concacaf table with hopes of extending their undefeated record in the third of four qualifying matches in this More

Canada Soccer announces Men’s National Team squad for important away match on Road to Qatar 2022

Posted on 7 November 2018 in Men's National Team

Canada are heading into their opposition’s den with an opportunity to cement their place in 2018-19 Concacaf Nations League Qualifying. The November away match is expected to provide Canada with new sets of challenges at the home of Caribbean rivals St. Kitts and Nevis, but the Canadian squad More

Record win over Dominica keeps Canada on pace in Concacaf Nations League

Posted on 17 October 2018 in Men's National Team

Canada scored five goals in a record 5:0 victory over Dominica in Concacaf Nations League Qualifying at BMO Field in Toronto. The victory keeps Canada on pace to finish top-six and earn their place in the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup and 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League Group A. The five goals equaled the More

Canada Soccer looks to excite at home in Concacaf Nations League Qualifying in Toronto

Posted on 15 October 2018 in Men's National Team

Canadian fans will have an opportunity to watch some of Canada Soccer’s bright young talents and notable veterans when the Men’s National Team laces up for an important Concacaf Nations League Qualifying match at BMO Field in Toronto. The #CanadaRED crowd will be a boost to the Canadian More

Canada v Dominica – Match Day Fan Experience

Posted on 12 October 2018 in Men's National Team

Fans attending Tuesday’s Canada v Dominica Concacaf Nations League Qualifier at BMO Field are encouraged to review the following information to help ensure the event experience is as positive as possible.CONCACAF NATIONS LEAGUE QUALIFYING - FAQ Tuesday’s match is the second of four Quali More

AskTheCoach: John Herdman sits in the Twitter #BlueRoom

Posted on 5 October 2018 in Men's National Team

Canada Soccer's Men's National Team Head Coach John Herdman was invited into the Twitter Canada #BlueRoom to discuss all things soccer including the upcoming Concacaf Nations League Qualifying match in Toronto. Herdman was in town en route to Alliston where the team will hold their one-week camp bef More

Canada Soccer adds youth talent from top international clubs for October match in Toronto

Posted on 2 October 2018 in Men's National Team

Canada will have the chance to see some of the nation’s brightest young talents and notable veterans in action in Toronto this coming Tuesday 16 October. Canada Soccer have announced their Men’s National Team squad for their first home match in 2018-19 Concacaf Nations League Qualifying More

Ballou Tabla joins Canada for Concacaf Nations League

Posted on 25 September 2018 in Men's National Team

He's all in.FC Barcelona attacking midfielder Ballou Tabla will join Canada on the road to the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar™ starting with an October 2018 home match in Concacaf Nations League Qualifying. Tabla is a former two-time Canadian youth player of the year.Canada will face Dominica in Ma More

Canada makes history with record setting 8-0 victory in Concacaf Nations League opener

Posted on 9 September 2018 in Men's National Team

Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team scored a record setting 8:0 victory in their first Concacaf Nations League match. The eight goals marked the most-ever in international competition for the Men’s National Team in a match that featured three teenagers in the starting XI for the fi More

Canada set to kick off Concacaf Nations League on Road to 2022 FIFA World Cup™

Posted on 7 September 2018 in Men's National Team

The road to Qatar 2022 begins with a new international competition pitting Concacaf’s 40 national teams against each other in Concacaf Nations League. Canada will begin their journey with a series of four qualifying matches from September 2018 to March 2019 across four international windows.&n More

Concacaf Nations League FAQ

Posted on 6 September 2018 in Men's National Team

What is Concacaf Nations League? In 2018, Canada will participate in the new Concacaf Nations League begining with the Preliminary Competition which kicks off in September 2018. Concacaf Nations League has been created to provide an avenue for more meaningful and quality international soccer m More

A match of firsts as Canada open Concacaf Nations League with record 8:0 victory

Posted on 6 September 2018 in Men's National Team

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Canada are all in for Concacaf Nations League Qualifying

Posted on 3 September 2018 in Men's National Team

They're all in.Ahead of Canada's opening match in the new 2018-19 Concacaf Nations League Qualifying competition, Canada Soccer's Men's National Team is fully committed on the road to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. It all starts 9 September with the first of four qualifying matches for this new comp More

Canada Soccer announces squad for Concacaf Nations League Qualifying

Posted on 30 August 2018 in Men's National Team

Canada Soccer have announced their Men’s National Team squad for the start of 2018-19 Concacaf Nations League Qualifying that kicks off Sunday 9 September. Head Coach John Herdman and his staff have put together an exciting squad that includes established stars and some of Canada’s next More

We want our country to connect around this team

Posted on 23 August 2018 in Men's National Team

John Herdman on #CNLQ2018 in Toronto this 16 October More

Canada Soccer tickets on sale for Concacaf Nations League in Toronto

Posted on 25 July 2018 in Men's National Team

Tickets for the Canada v Dominica Concacaf Nations League Qualifying match in Toronto are on sale now. Tickets can be purchased via Ticketmaster.ca and by phone at 1.855.985.5000.The Canada v Dominica match on 16 October at BMO Field in Toronto will be Canada’s first home match in 2018-19 Conc More

Alphonso Davies joins Bayern on Canadian record transfer deal

Posted on 25 July 2018 in Men's National Team

Alphonso Davies of Edmonton, Alberta will join FC Bayern on a record-breaking transfer deal with Vancouver Whitecaps FC. The move involves a fixed transfer fee and additional compensation that could total more than $28 million Canadian, the most ever received by an MLS club in the league’s 23- More

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Canada were eliminated from the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup after falling 2:3 to Haiti in a Quarterfinals heartbreaker. Reaching the Knockout Stage for the second tournament in a row, Canada were eliminated after conceding three times in the second half to their Caribbean opponents.

Canada led 2-0 on goals by Jonathan David and Lucas Cavallini before Haiti's Duckens Nazon, Hervé Bazile and Wilde-Donald Guerrier reversed the scoreline for their fourth consecutive win at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup. Canada thought they scored an equaliser just five minutes from full time, but captain Atiba Hutchinson was just offside before he beat the goalkeeper Johny Placide.

"We are all gutted," said John Herdman, Canada Soccer's Men's National Team Head Coach. "We are disappointed in that second-half performance because we gave Haiti everything that they wanted. We've got all the talent here, but at the end of the day Haiti were very direct and made it difficult for us. That was tough.

"It's a young team that is learning and growing, There are some learnings in every loss. For this group to stay together, we need to keep believing in each other, keep believing in what we’ve put together.”

The 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup has provided Canada with an opportunity to face top Concacaf nations for the first time since 2017, all with an eye on preparing for upcoming FIFA World Cup Qualifiers towards Qatar 2022. Canada won two of four matches and reached the Knockout Stage in back-to-back tournaments for the first time since 2009. Looking ahead to the Fall, Canada will next face Cuba and USA in a four-match home-and-away group series from September through November in 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League A, starting with a home match against Cuba on Friday 7 September at BMO Field in Toronto.

The 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup has provided Canada with an opportunity to face top Concacaf nations for the first time since 2017, all with an eye on preparing for upcoming FIFA World Cup Qualifiers towards Qatar 2022. Canada won two of four matches and reached the Knockout Stage in back-to-back tournaments for the first time since 2009. Looking ahead to the Fall, Canada will next face Cuba and USA in a four-match home-and-away group series from September through November in 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League A, starting with a home match against Cuba on Friday 7 September at BMO Field in Toronto.

In the loss, both David and Cavallini scored their seventh goals of the 2019 calendar season, equaling the national record set by Igor Vrablic back in 1985. David also set a Canada record with six goals scored at a Concacaf Gold Cup and is now tied with Dwayne DeRosario and Ali Gerba for the most goals in the Concacaf Gold Cup. In all, Canada scored 14 goals and conceded six in four matches played across four states at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup in Pasadena, California, Denver, Colorado, Charlotte, North Carolina, and Houston, Texas.

Canada’s Concacaf Gold Cup roster featured eight players 22 and younger with seven players attending their first Gold Cup. The average squad age was under 26 years old and the starting lineup for the Quarterfinal match included four players 22 and younger including two teenagers.

“We have a young team and a lot of talent," said Atiba Hutchinson, Canada captain. "This is a learning experience for everybody. We wanted to go into this tournament and make some statements and prove that we are here to play in Concacaf. We wanted to win this tournament but we were unfortunate. We know the qualities that we have, but there are some things to which we have to get better. We will pick ourselves up and move on from this.”

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Canada’s starting XI featured Milan Borjan in goal, Marcus Godinho at right back, Doneil Henry and Derek Cornelius at centre back, Alphonso Davies at left back, and Atiba Hutchinson, Scott Arfield, Jonathan Osorio, Junior Hoilett, Jonathan David and Lucas Cavallini from the midfield up through to the attack. In the second half, coach John Herdman replaced Osorio with Mark-Anthony Kaye (64’) and Cavallini with Ashtone Morgan (80’).

Of note, Atiba Hutchinson made his 84th career appearance for Canada, moving him into a tie for second place on the all-time Canada list (tied with Paul Stalteri at 84, trailing Julian de Guzman with 89).

CONCACAF GOLD CUP
The Concacaf Gold Cup is the official national team championship of the confederation. Drawing large crowds and millions of television viewers from across the region, the Concacaf Gold Cup is a celebration of soccer, sportsmanship, and culture. For the first time, the 2019 Concacaf Gold will feature 16 participating nations, three host countries, and 17 venues. The Concacaf Semifinals are 2-3 July and the championship Final is Sunday 7 July. 
 
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“Following a strong showing in Concacaf Nations League Qualifying, we need these tougher tests now,” said John Herdman, Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team Head Coach. “The Concacaf Gold Cup will be important for our preparations for FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. We have a talented group, but now they will be fully tested in a tournament setting. The team are motivated to do well for Canada.”

CONCACAF CHAMPIONS
Canada are two-time Concacaf champions, having won the Concacaf Championship in 1985 and the Concacaf Gold Cup in 2000. In winning the 1985 Concacaf Championship, Canada qualified for the 1986 FIFA World Cup Mexico™; in winning the 2000 Concacaf Gold Cup, Canada qualified for the FIFA Confederations Cup Korea/Japan 2001.
 
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Canada Soccer's Men's National Youth Teams, meanwhile, have won two Concacaf titles: both the 1986 and 1996 Concacaf Men's Youth Championships. Canada have qualified for eight editions of the FIFA U-20 World Cup and six editions of the FIFA U-17 World Cup.

SUMMER OF SOCCER: TOGETHER WE RISE

Canada’s National Teams have embarked on an incredible month of competition during the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ and the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup. Your National Teams are united as “Together We Rise” with the momentum for our game stronger than ever. We urge Canadians to rally behind your National Teams as our Canada Soccer Nation strives for best-ever performances.

TOGETHER WE RISE: https://www.canadasoccer.com/together-we-rise-p162202
 
Two teams, one badge, standing shoulder to shoulder.  
 
CONCACAF NATIONS LEAGUE
Beyond the Concacaf Gold Cup, Canada will participate in the first edition of Concacaf Nations League this Fall with Group A matches against USA and Cuba. Canada will play host the Cubans 7 September at BMO Field in Toronto, ON before traveling to play away at Cuba on 10 September. Canada will then host United States at BMO Field on 15 October before playing the away leg in United States on 15 November. The top team in Group A will advance to the 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League Semifinal while the third-place team will be relegated to League B for the 2020-21 Concacaf Nations League campaign.
 
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Tickets for Canada’s Concacaf Nations League home matches are on sale on Wednesday 19 June at 10.00 ET / 07.00 PT viaTicketmaster.ca and by phone at 1.855.985.5000.

Individual match tickets are available starting at just $20 and fans will have the opportunity to save 20% by purchasing a two-match package for both games. Groups of 10+ are eligible for discounts of up to 30% and dedicated sections will be allocated for Canadian supporters as well as those from both Cuba and the United States. For complete ticket information and to submit a group ticket order visit canadasoccer.com/tickets.

Canada’s Men’s National Team will look to build on the momentum of its record-breaking performance during the 2019 Concacaf group stage to advance past Haiti in the Quarter-final stage of the competition on Saturday 29 June at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. Canada advanced out of Group A in second place winning two of its three matches while Haiti topped Group B with a 3-0 record.

The Canada-Haiti match kicks off at 19.00 ET / 16.00 PT (18.00 local) and will be broadcast live across Canada on TSN4 and RDS. Extended match day coverage is featured across Canada Soccer’s digital channels including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Fans are encouraged to follow Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team every step of the way by using their social media handle, #CANMNT.

“It’s going to be a tough match, this is a good Haitian team, they won Concacaf Nations League Qualifying and now they’ve beaten one of the tournament favourites,” said John Herdman, Canada Soccer’s Men National Team Head Coach. “It will come down to the will and the desire to get the job done and the concentration tactically to manage their athleticism."

Canada won group matches against Martinique and Cuba by a combined score of 11:0 while falling to Concacaf powerhouse Mexico 1:3. Thus far at the competition, the Canadian squad have set new team records for most goals scored in a match and largest margin of victory at the Concacaf Gold Cup along with impressive individual marks of two hat tricks in one match (Jonathan David and Lucas Cavallini against Cuba) and Milan Borjan setting a new Canadian record of four career Gold Cup clean sheets.

The rising Haitian squad won all three of its group matches over Bermuda (2:1), Nicaragua (2:0), and Costa Rica (2:1) in one of the most notable results of the competition thus far.

“All the training, preparing, everything we’ve been doing over the past year is preparing for these type of moments,” said Atiba Hutchinson. “We’ve put a lot of work into the last few days in training and scouting our opponent and doing whatever it takes to be ready for that day. We’re all excited for it, we’ve waited a long time for this so we just want to get the game going and go out play our football and express ourselves and put in a good performance. We’ve been talking about now that we’re into the knockout stages we need to be a little bit more decisive and take our game to another level. That’s what’s it going to take to get through this game and continue to push forward in this competition.”

Canada has faced Haiti ten times in the two nations’ history, however, have not met the Caribbean side since 2007. Canada has a record of seven wins, one loss, and two draws, including victories in six consecutive matches. Despite the strong historical record, Canada is anticipating a fierce battle from the combative Haitian side.

The winner of Saturday’s match will head to Arizona to face the winner of the Mexico-Costa Rica Quarter-final on Tuesday 2 July at University of Phoenix Stadium.

At the most recent Concacaf Gold Cup two years ago, Canada advanced to the Quarter-final stage before falling to Jamaica. Canada will be looking to improve on that performance by reaching the Semi-final stage for the first time since 2007.

The Canadian team features an average age younger than 26 (average 25.53 years across 23 players), including eight players aged 22 or younger. Seven players are attending their first Gold Cup including 2018 Canadian Youth International Player of the Year Derek Cornelius, Zachary Brault-Guillard, Marcus Godinho, Kamal Miller, Liam Millar, and teenagers Jonathan David and Noble Okello.

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Following the Concacaf Gold Cup, Canada will participate in the first-ever edition of Concacaf Nations League A this Fall having been drawn into a Group with southern neighbours USA and Cuba. Canada will host Cuba on Saturday 7 September and USA on Tuesday 15 October with both matches to be played at Toronto’s BMO Field. Canada’s away matches in the four-match group stage will be played against Cuba on 10 September and USA on 15 November. The first-place nation from the group will advance to the Concacaf Nations League Finals.

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CONCACAF GOLD CUP

The Concacaf Gold Cup is the official national team championship of the confederation. Drawing large crowds and millions of television viewers from across the region, the Concacaf Gold Cup is a celebration of soccer, sportsmanship, and culture. For the first time, the 2019 Concacaf Gold will feature 16 participating nations, three host countries, and 17 venues.

The Concacaf Gold Cup Semi-finals are 2-3 July and the championship Final is Sunday 7 July.

CONCACAF CHAMPIONS

Canada are two-time Concacaf champions, having won the Concacaf Championship in 1985 and the Concacaf Gold Cup in 2000. In winning the 1985 Concacaf Championship, Canada qualified for the 1986 FIFA World Cup Mexico™; in winning the 2000 Concacaf Gold Cup, Canada qualified for the FIFA Confederations Cup Korea/Japan 2001.

Canada Soccer's Men's National Youth Teams, meanwhile, have won two Concacaf titles: both the 1986 and 1996 Concacaf Men's Youth Championships. Canada have qualified for eight editions of the FIFA U-20 World Cup and six editions of the FIFA U-17 World Cup.

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Canada took care of business with a record-setting performance in the group finale at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup. Canada won 7:0 over Cuba with hat tricks by both Lucas Cavallini and Jonathan David, the first-ever double hat trick performance by a Men’s National Team attacking duo. Junior Hoilett also scored for Canada.

The win earns a place in the Quarterfinal stage of the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup to be played 29 June in Houston, TX. Across three group stage matches, Canada finished with six points and a 2-0-1 record, defeating Martinique 4:0, losing to Mexico 3:1, and winning 7:0 over Cuba. The Cuba victory set a Canada record for goals in a Concacaf Gold Cup match. Canada will face Cuba again in ten weeks when it hosts them in the Concacaf Nations League A home match to be played at BMO Field on 7 September in Toronto.

“I’m proud of the boys. It was one of those games where we had to take it to them and really keep our tempo high, said John Herdman, Canada Soccer’s Men National Team Head Coach. “We’ve just got to focus on what’s next. They guys are ready and we just have to keep moving in the right direction.”

Canada awaits the final results from Group B to determine who they will meet in the Quarterfinal round. Mexico defeated Martinique 3:2 on 23 June in the Group A finale in Charlotte, NC while Costa Rica and Haiti will battle on 24 June in Harrison, NJ to determine first place in Group B. Canada will face Costa Rica or Haiti on 29 June at 19:00 ET LIVE on TSN and RDS.

“Good result, good atmosphere. We always knew what our goal was coming into this tournament, we just want to continue to be positive, recover well and be ready for our Quarterfinal match,” said centre back Doneil Henry.  “I think our defence made it possible. We know what kind of quality we have up front, we have to be disciplined and patient. Credit to Cuba, they came out here with a lot of pride. We have a lot of respect for these guys as an opponent. We’re really excited for what we’ve got next. Every time we step on the pitch it’s an opportunity to show well for our country. While I’m here I want to continue to be positive and stay true to my colours.”

Canada showed their quality in the first half pushing wing backs up the pitch and moving the ball well through the midfield to find wide backs in space and in advanced positions up the pitch. Scott Arfield and Junior Hoilett frustrated the Cuban midfield and backline and Jonathan David and Lucas Cavallini were a threat throughout the half. David’s opening goal came through the backline as Derek Cornelius stepped forward and played a long ball up the wing to Junior Hoilett. After taking his space, Hoilett played a ball on a platter for David who sidefooted the ball into the Cuban goal.

After a spell of physical play, Lucas Cavallini exerted his presence and scored three consecutive goals.  His first goal came after a Cuban backline mistake nearly resulted in an own goal with Cavallini ensuring the ball was over the line after it went off the post in the 21’.  Just before half, Cavallini struck again off a David pass initiated by Alphonso Davies inside the six yard box in the 44’. Cavallini lept into the air and kicked out to nick it into the Cuban goal. Cavallini’s third goal came a minute into added time when he slid in the box to bury Davies’ pass off a wide left rush.

Early in the second half, Davies went on a long run with David trailing to allow for an overload in the Cuban box. Davies played the ball into the path of David who turned it on goal but it ricocheted before Junior Hoilett put it behind for Canada’s fifth in the 50’.

David added more goals to his first half opening marker scoring at 71’ and 77’. Off a Jonathan Osorio corner in the 71’, the ball fell to Scott Arfield atop the box whose shot bounced off a defender to the top of the box where David was waiting to drive it home. Just six minutes later, David was at it again pressuring the Cuban defence and shielding the player off the ball which Hoilett picked up and played to David who earned his hat trick.  

David is currently the top scorer in the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup with five goals. He has a total of nine goals and five assists in seven matches with the Men’s National Team. Cavallini has scored four goals in the tournament and has a total of nine goals and one assist over 14 matches for Canada. 2019 marks the first year that two players have had six or more goals with David and Cavalinni each registering six this year. 

MATCH CENTRE, QUOTES & PHOTOS : http://canadasoccer.com/?t=match&gid=1536

Canada’s starting XI featured Milan Borjan in goal, Marcus Godinho at right back, Doneil Henry and Derek Cornelius at centre back, Alphonso Davies at left back, and Scott Arfield, Samuel Piette, Jonathan Osorio, Jonathan David, Junior Hoilett and Lucas Cavallini from the midfield up through to the attack. In the second half, coach John Herdman replaced Henry with Kamal Miller (61’), Cavallini with Ashtone Morgan (61’), and Davies with Liam Millar (70’). 

CONCACAF GOLD CUP

The Concacaf Gold Cup is the official national team championship of the confederation. Drawing large crowds and millions of television viewers from across the region, the Concacaf Gold Cup is a celebration of soccer, sportsmanship, and culture. For the first time, the 2019 Concacaf Gold will feature 16 participating nations, three host countries, and 17 venues.

Beyond the Concacaf group phase, the top-two teams from each group will advance to the Quarterfinal matches on 29-30 June. The Concacaf Semi-finals are 2-3 July and the championship Final is Sunday 7 July. 

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“Following a strong showing in Concacaf Nations League Qualifying, we need these tougher tests now,” said John Herdman, Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team Head Coach. “The Concacaf Gold Cup will be important for our preparations for FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. We have a talented group, but now they will be fully tested in a tournament setting. The team are motivated to do well for Canada.”

CONCACAF CHAMPIONS

Canada are two-time Concacaf champions, having won the Concacaf Championship in 1985 and the Concacaf Gold Cup in 2000. In winning the 1985 Concacaf Championship, Canada qualified for the 1986 FIFA World Cup Mexico™; in winning the 2000 Concacaf Gold Cup, Canada qualified for the FIFA Confederations Cup Korea/Japan 2001>

MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM : https://www.canadasoccer.com/men-s-national-team-p144311

Canada Soccer's Men's National Youth Teams, meanwhile, have won two Concacaf titles: both the 1986 and 1996 Concacaf Men's Youth Championships. Canada have qualified for eight editions of the FIFA U-20 World Cup and six editions of the FIFA U-17 World Cup.

SUMMER OF SOCCER: TOGETHER WE RISE

Canada’s National Teams have embarked on an incredible month of competition during the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ and the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup. Your National Teams are united as “Together We Rise” with the momentum for our game stronger than ever. We urge Canadians to rally behind your National Teams as our Canada Soccer Nation strives for best-ever performances.

TOGETHER WE RISE: https://www.canadasoccer.com/together-we-rise-p162202
 
Two teams, one badge, standing shoulder to shoulder.  
 
CONCACAF NATIONS LEAGUE

Beyond the Concacaf Gold Cup, Canada will participate in the first edition of Concacaf Nations League this Fall with Group A matches against USA and Cuba. Canada will play host the Cubans 7 September at BMO Field in Toronto, ON before traveling to play away at Cuba on 10 September. Canada will then host United States at BMO Field on 15 October before playing the away leg in United States on 15 November. The top team in Group A will advance to the 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League Semifinal while the third-place team will be relegated to League B for the 2020-21 Concacaf Nations League campaign.

HOME TICKETS : https://www.canadasoccer.com/tickets

Tickets for Canada’s Concacaf Nations League home matches are on sale on Wednesday 19 June at 10.00 ET / 07.00 PT viaTicketmaster.ca and by phone at 1.855.985.5000.

Individual match tickets are available starting at just $20 and fans will have the opportunity to save 20% by purchasing a two-match package for both games. Groups of 10+ are eligible for discounts of up to 30% and dedicated sections will be allocated for Canadian supporters as well as those from both Cuba and the United States. For complete ticket information and to submit a group ticket order visit canadasoccer.com/tickets.

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