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Tickets on sale today for Canada v Brazil in Ottawa on 2 September

Posted on 11 July 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Tickets for the Canada v Brazil Women’s International match in Ottawa on 2 September will go on sale to the public today, 12 July at 10am ET. Tickets can be purchased via TDPlace.ca, by phone at 613.232.6767, and in-person at the TD Place Box Office. For complete ticket information visit www.c More

Canada’s Women’s National Team to play Brazil 2 September in Ottawa

Posted on 5 July 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team will welcome Brazil to Ottawa on 2 September for an International Friendly ahead of Canada’s FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ qualification campaign set for October at the 2018 Concacaf Women’s Championships. Canada, ranked More

Canada wows sold-out crowd in Hamilton despite 3-2 loss to Germany

Posted on 10 June 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada opened its first home match of 2018 at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton playing in a new formation, as it took on a young German side. Germany opened scoring in the first minute, capitalizing on a short clearance, but Canada worked its way into the experimental tactical plan throughout the first More

Canada preparing for sold out match against Germany in Hamilton

Posted on 9 June 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team will hold its final training session today ahead of Sunday’s sold-out match against Germany at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton, ON. Canada, the two-time Olympic Bronze Medal winners currently ranked fourth in the world by FIFA’s World Ranki More

Canada v Germany – Match Day Fan Experience

Posted on 6 June 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

For fans attending Sunday’s highly anticipated Canada v Germany match at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton, please find important information to help make your match day experience as positive as possible.BE PART OF A ‘SEA OF RED’Canada’s Women’s National Team is calling on More

Canada Soccer releases roster for Canada v Germany on 10 June in Hamilton

Posted on 28 May 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada Soccer has selected the 20 Women’s National Team Players who will represent the maple leaf against Germany 10 June in Hamilton, Ontario. Canada, the two-time Olympic Bronze Medal winners, will welcome Germany, the reigning Olympic Champions, to Tim Hortons Field for the Sunday afternoon More

Canada battles to a 1-0 loss against France 2019 hosts in international friendly match

Posted on 9 April 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada 0:1 France More

Canada ready to face confident France team Monday at Roazhan Park

Posted on 8 April 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team will face next year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup hosts France Monday 9 April at Roazhan Park in Rennes, France, one of the nine venues for the pinnacle women’s tournament taking place in June and July 2019.  Fans can watch Monda More

Canada Soccer announces roster for International Friendly match featuring #4 Canada against #5 France

Posted on 29 March 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada Soccer have announced their squad for an important Women’s International Friendly match against the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ 2019 hosts France. The match pits the world’s fourth-ranked Canada against fifth-ranked France at Roazhan Park on 9 April, one of the nine venues More

Tickets on sale today for Canada v Germany in Hamilton on 10 June

Posted on 8 March 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

In celebration of International Women’s Day, individual tickets to the Canada v Germany Women’s International match on Sunday, 10 June at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton will go on sale to the general public today, Thursday, 8 March at 10am ET / 7am PT, via Ticketmaster.ca and by phone at More

Canada win 2:0 over former FIFA Women’s World Cup™ champions Japan to close out Algarve Cup

Posted on 7 March 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada defeated former FIFA Women’s World Cup™ champions Japan by two goals in their final match of the 2018 Algarve Cup.  Janine Beckie and Ashley Lawrence were the goalscorers as Canada won 2:0 over the reigning AFC Women’s Asian Cup winners. Canada won three of their four m More

Canada defeats Korea Republic 3:0 in final Algarve Cup group stage match

Posted on 5 March 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada 3:0 Korea Republic More

Canada beats Russia 1:0 in second Algarve Cup group stage match

Posted on 2 March 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada came away with a 1:0 victory in its second group stage match of the 2018 Algarve Cup after featuring a different lineup from its opening match.  Playing a 3-5-2 formation with Christine Sinclair and Jordyn Huitema on the front line, Canada dominated their opponent with an aggressive atta More

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team fall 3:1 in its opening match of the 2018 Algarve Cup

Posted on 28 February 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team fell 3:1 in its opening match of the 2018 Algarve Cup.  Playing in its first match since November’s home and away international friendly matches against USA and Norway, Canada controlled large parts of the game and demonstrated creativity More

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team to face strong competition at Algarve Cup

Posted on 27 February 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada will face stiff competition in the group stage of the 2018 Algarve Cup, the prestigious annual international women’s soccer tournament in Portugal. Canada is in Group B alongside Sweden, Russia, and Korea Republic in the 12-nation tournament that runs 28 February to 7 March. The Al More

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team to play France 9 April in Rennes

Posted on 19 February 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team will play France, ranked 6th in the FIFA Women’s World Rankings, in April as it continues to gear up for the 2018 CONCACAF Women’s Championship that serves as the qualification tournament for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019&t More

#4 Canada to play #3 Germany on 10 June in Hamilton

Posted on 15 February 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team will play Germany, ranked second in the FIFA Women’s World Rankings, in Hamilton, Ontario on 10 June 2018. Canada, the two-time Olympic Bronze Medal winners and ranked fifth in the world, will welcome the reigning Olympic Champions to Tim Horto More

Canada Soccer announces roster for 2018 Algarve Cup

Posted on 14 February 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team will return to the Algarve Cup, the prestigious annual international tournament in Portugal running from 28 February to 7 March 2018, for the third consecutive year.  The tournament will mark newly-appointed Women’s National Team Head Coac More

Christine Sinclair recognised with Order of Canada

Posted on 24 January 2018 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Canada Soccer congratulates Christine Sinclair on announcement of her appointment to the Order of Canada More

Canada Soccer announces Kadeisha Buchanan wins second Canadian Player of the Year award

Posted on 12 December 2017 in Women's National Team / Olympic Team

Kadeisha Buchanan of the Women’s National Team has been named Canadian Player of the Year for the second time in three years as part of the 25th edition of the Canada Soccer Player Awards. Buchanan from Brampton, Ontario was honoured from a vote shared by Canadian coaches and media as she cont More

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Tickets for the Canada v Brazil Women’s International match in Ottawa on 2 September will go on sale to the public today, 12 July at 10am ET. Tickets can be purchased via TDPlace.ca, by phone at 613.232.6767, and in-person at the TD Place Box Office. For complete ticket information visit www.canadasoccer.com/tickets.

The highly anticipated match will feature two of the top-ten ranked nations in women’s football as Canada is building towards the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ qualification campaign set for October at the 2018 Concacaf Women’s Championships. Canada, ranked fifth in the FIFA Women’s World Rankings, will play the 2016 Rio Olympic hosts, ranked seventh, at 2pm ET on Sunday 2 September at TD Place Stadium in Ottawa.

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team last match against Brazil saw Canada defeat the home side at Rio 2016 Olympic Games to take the Olympic Bronze Medal. Canada’s back-to-back podium finishes at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games earned them the distinction of becoming the first Canadian team to win back-to-back Summer Olympic medals since 1908, and the first-ever women’s Canadian team to repeat on the podium. Canada also faced Brazil in Toronto and Ottawa ahead of the Rio Olympics, splitting the series 1-1, including Canada’s send-off final match in Ottawa which saw the home team defeat Brazil 1-0, with Janine Beckie scoring in the 90th minute to secure the win in front of 23,588 fans TD Place.

Ticket Information
Individual tickets to the Canada v Brazil match will go on sale to the public on Thursday 12 July at 10am ET / 7am PT via TDPlace.ca, by phone at 613.232.6767, and in person by visiting the TD Place Box Office. Tickets are available in a variety of price points, starting as low as $20 (plus applicable fees). The launch of ticket sales will be preceded by a 48-hour pre-sale for Canada Soccer Insiders. 

Group Ticket Discount Offer 
Group discounts (10+ tickets) are available for this match, by organizing a group of 10 or more, fans are eligible to receive a discount of up to 30% off regular priced tickets. To submit a group ticket request, complete the group order form indicating the price point and quantity of tickets you are wishing to purchase here: Group Order Form. Ticket orders will be processed on a first come, first serve basis so organize your group, club, or team today.

Premium Seating 
Club Seats at TD Place offer fans a premium match day experience featuring complimentary food and non-alcoholic beverages, access to the exclusive club lounge with two full-service private bars, all from some of the best seats in the venue. Visit TDPlace.ca to purchase club seats.
 
‘Me+3’ Offer 
A special ‘Me+3’ ticket offer is available for this match. By purchasing three tickets in Price Category 3, fans will receive the fourth one free. The ‘Me+3’ ticket packages can be purchased directly via TDPlace.ca at the beginning of public onsale on 12 July.

Canadian Supporters 
Canadian Supporter Groups will be allocated dedicated seating in the Southwest corner of TD Place in section W. Information about the Canadian supporter sections will be available via the Voyageurs website www.thevoyageurs.org at a later date. Please note that persistent standing will be permitted in these sections.

For complete ticket information visit www.canadasoccer.com/tickets
 
Canada v Brazil Recent Results
Please click on result for full information via CanadaSoccer.com

 

 

Date Location Match type CAN Result Opponent Venue Attendance
2016-08-19 São Paulo, BRA Women's Olympic Football Tournament CAN WNT 2 - 1 BRA Arena Corinthians 39,718
2016-06-07 Ottawa, ON, CAN Women's International Friendly CAN WNT 1 - 0 BRA TD Place 23,588
2016-06-04 Toronto, ON, CAN Women's International Friendly CAN WNT 0 - 2 BRA BMO Field 28,604
2016-03-09 Lagos, POR Algarve Women’s Cup CAN WNT 2 - 1 BRA Estádio Municipal da Bela Vista 300
2015-12-20 Natal, BRA Women's International Tournament CAN WNT 1 - 3 BRA Arena das Dunas 10,643
2015-12-16 Natal, BRA Women's International Tournament CAN WNT 1 - 2 BRA Arena das Dunas  
2013-12-18 Brasilia, BRA Women's International Tournament CAN WNT 0 - 0 BRA Estadio Nacional Mané Garrincha 4,000
2012-07-17 Savièse, SUI Women's International Friendly CAN WNT 1 - 2 BRA Stade St-Germain 2,000
2012-03-24 Foxborough, MA, USA Women's International Friendly CAN WNT 2 - 1 BRA Gillette Stadium 3,000
2011-10-27 Guadalajara, MEX Pan American Games CAN WNT 1 - 1 BRA Estadio Omnilife 10,000
2011-10-22 Guadalajara, MEX Pan American Games CAN WNT 0 - 0 BRA Estadio Omnilife 10,000
2010-12-19 São Paulo, BRA Women's International Tournament CAN WNT 2 - 2 BRA Estádio do Pacaembu 17,264
2010-12-15 São Paulo, BRA Women's International Tournament CAN WNT 0 - 0 BRA Estádio do Pacaembu 3,986
2008-07-10 Toronto, ON, CAN Women's International Friendly CAN WNT 1 - 1 BRA BMO Field 13,554
2007-07-20 Rio, BRA Pan American Games CAN WNT 0 - 7 BRA Estadio Maracana  
2006-11-01 Changwon, KOR Women's International Tournament CAN WNT 4 - 2 BRA Changwon, KOR  
2003-07-20 Ottawa, ON, CAN Women's International Friendly CAN WNT 2 - 1 BRA TD Place 18,000
2003-07-17 Montréal, QC, CAN Women's International Friendly CAN WNT 2 - 1 BRA Stade Molson 12,245
1999-06-03 Portland, OR, USA Women's International Friendly CAN WNT 2 - 4 BRA Portland, OR, USA  
1996-07-04 SD, USA Women's International Friendly CAN WNT 1 - 2 BRA SD, USA  

 

About Canada Soccer
Canada Soccer, in partnership with its membership and its partners, provides leadership in the pursuit of excellence in soccer, both at the national and international levels. Canada Soccer not only strives to lead Canada to victory, but also encourages Canadians to a life-long passion for soccer. For more details on Canada Soccer, visit the official website at canadasoccer.com

For our most recent photographs, please visit our Flickr Photostream.

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team
Canada recently made history with back-to-back podium finishes at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games, becoming the first Canadian team to win back-to-back Summer Olympic medals since 1908, and the first-ever women’s Canadian team to return to the podium.  
 
At the last three major women's tournaments, Canada finished third at the London 2012 Women's Olympic Football Tournament, sixth at the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015™, and third at the Rio 2016 Women's Olympic Football Tournament.

Fans can relive Canada Soccer Women’s National Team journey on FacebookTwitter and Instagram through highlights and team commentary videos.

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team will welcome Brazil to Ottawa on 2 September for an International Friendly ahead of Canada’s FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ qualification campaign set for October at the 2018 Concacaf Women’s Championships. Canada, ranked fifth in the FIFA Women’s World Rankings, will play the 2016 Rio Olympic hosts, ranked seventh, at 2pm ET on Sunday 2 September at TD Place Stadium in Ottawa.
 
Tickets for the highly anticipated match-up will go on sale to the public this Thursday, 12 July at 10am ET via TDPlace.ca, by phone at 613.232.6767, and in-person at the TD Place Box Office. Tickets to the match start as low as $20 and groups of 10 or more are eligible for discounts of up to 30% off regularly priced tickets. For complete ticket information visit www.canadasoccer.com/tickets.   


“Canada Soccer is thrilled to be returning to the nation’s capital with our Women’s National Team to play Brazil, who we faced in the Bronze Medal match at the 2016 Rio Olympics,” said Peter Montopoli, Canada Soccer General Secretary. “Ottawa has always supported this team, as they did in 2016 when over twenty thousand fans came out to send them of to Rio, and we are confident we’ll have an excellent crowd again for this rematch.”
 
Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team last match against Brazil saw Canada defeat the home side at Rio 2016 Olympic Games to take the Olympic Bronze Medal.  Canada’s back-to-back podium finishes at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games earned them the distinction of becoming the first Canadian team to win back-to-back Summer Olympic medals since 1908, and the first-ever women’s Canadian team to repeat on the podium. Canada also faced Brazil in Toronto and Ottawa ahead of the Rio Olympics, splitting the series 1-1, including Canada’s send-off final match in Ottawa which saw the home team defeat Brazil 1-0, with Janine Beckie scoring in the 90th minute to secure the win in front of 23,588 fans TD Place.

“Bringing Brazil to Canada for this match in September is an extremely important opportunity for us as we prepare for the Concacaf Women’s Championship in October,” said Canada Soccer Women’s National Team Head Coach Kenneth Heiner-Møller. “Brazil is an incredibly challenging team, with a wealth of talent, so having the opportunity to play them ahead of our FIFA Women’s World Cup™ qualification campaign will give us a good opportunity to test ourselves against another top ten team, while facing an opponent that will bring a different style of play than our most recent European opponents, which is something we expect we will face in the Concacaf Championships as well.”
 
Since the 2016 Rio Olympics, Canada has played 18 matches, 11 of which have been against European sides, and recorded ten wins, two ties and six losses. Six of those matches have been against teams ranked in the top ten in the world, including a tie against the USA ranked #1 in Vancouver in November 2017.   
 
“Our focus since 2016 has been on playing the world’s top teams as we ready ourselves for the FIFA Women’s World Cup in France next year, but first we must qualify through the Concacaf Women’s Championship tournament, which presents a different set of challenges,” said Heiner-Møller. “We anticipate facing teams with a different style of play and a different level of intensity, so facing Brazil as a preparatory match will give us some good insight into what we need to work on in the final push of our qualification campaign.”
 
While the United States and Canada are already seeded into Group A and Group B at the Concacaf Women’s Championships respectively, the Central American Zone and Caribbean Zone qualification for the Concacaf Women’s Championship will conclude on 2 September, the same day Canada faces Brazil in Ottawa.
 
Ticket Information
Individual tickets to the Canada v Brazil match will go on sale to the public on Thursday 12 July at 10am ET / 7am PT via TDPlace.ca, by phone at 613.232.6767, and in person by visiting the TD Place Box Office. Tickets are available in a variety of price points, starting as low as $20 (plus applicable fees). The launch of ticket sales will be preceded by a 48-hour pre-sale for Canada Soccer Insiders. 

Group Ticket Discount Offer 
Group discounts (10+ tickets) are available for this match, by organizing a group of 10 or more, fans are eligible to receive a discount of up to 30% off regular priced tickets. To submit a group ticket request, complete the group order form indicating the price point and quantity of tickets you are wishing to purchase here: Group Order Form. Ticket orders will be processed on a first come, first serve basis so organize your group, club, or team today.

Premium Seating 
Club Seats at TD Place offer fans a premium match day experience featuring complimentary food and non-alcoholic beverages, access to the exclusive club lounge with two full-service private bars, all from some of the best seats in the venue. Visit TDPlace.ca to purchase club seats.
 
‘Me+3’ Offer 
A special ‘Me+3’ ticket offer is available for this match. By purchasing three tickets in Price Category 3, fans will receive the fourth one free. The ‘Me+3’ ticket packages can be purchased directly via TDPlace.ca at the beginning of public onsale on 12 July.

Canadian Supporters 
Canadian Supporter Groups will be allocated dedicated seating in the Southwest corner of TD Place in section W. Information about the Canadian supporter sections will be available via the Voyageurs website www.thevoyageurs.org at a later date. Please note that persistent standing will be permitted in these sections.

For complete ticket information visit www.canadasoccer.com/tickets
 
Canada v Brazil Recent Results
Please click on result for full information via CanadaSoccer.com

 

Date Location Match type CAN Result Opponent Venue Attendance
2016-08-19 São Paulo, BRA Women's Olympic Football Tournament CAN WNT 2 - 1 BRA Arena Corinthians 39,718
2016-06-07 Ottawa, ON, CAN Women's International Friendly CAN WNT 1 - 0 BRA TD Place 23,588
2016-06-04 Toronto, ON, CAN Women's International Friendly CAN WNT 0 - 2 BRA BMO Field 28,604
2016-03-09 Lagos, POR Algarve Women’s Cup CAN WNT 2 - 1 BRA Estádio Municipal da Bela Vista 300
2015-12-20 Natal, BRA Women's International Tournament CAN WNT 1 - 3 BRA Arena das Dunas 10,643
2015-12-16 Natal, BRA Women's International Tournament CAN WNT 1 - 2 BRA Arena das Dunas  
2013-12-18 Brasilia, BRA Women's International Tournament CAN WNT 0 - 0 BRA Estadio Nacional Mané Garrincha 4,000
2012-07-17 Savièse, SUI Women's International Friendly CAN WNT 1 - 2 BRA Stade St-Germain 2,000
2012-03-24 Foxborough, MA, USA Women's International Friendly CAN WNT 2 - 1 BRA Gillette Stadium 3,000
2011-10-27 Guadalajara, MEX Pan American Games CAN WNT 1 - 1 BRA Estadio Omnilife 10,000
2011-10-22 Guadalajara, MEX Pan American Games CAN WNT 0 - 0 BRA Estadio Omnilife 10,000
2010-12-19 São Paulo, BRA Women's International Tournament CAN WNT 2 - 2 BRA Estádio do Pacaembu 17,264
2010-12-15 São Paulo, BRA Women's International Tournament CAN WNT 0 - 0 BRA Estádio do Pacaembu 3,986
2008-07-10 Toronto, ON, CAN Women's International Friendly CAN WNT 1 - 1 BRA BMO Field 13,554
2007-07-20 Rio, BRA Pan American Games CAN WNT 0 - 7 BRA Estadio Maracana  
2006-11-01 Changwon, KOR Women's International Tournament CAN WNT 4 - 2 BRA Changwon, KOR  
2003-07-20 Ottawa, ON, CAN Women's International Friendly CAN WNT 2 - 1 BRA TD Place 18,000
2003-07-17 Montréal, QC, CAN Women's International Friendly CAN WNT 2 - 1 BRA Stade Molson 12,245
1999-06-03 Portland, OR, USA Women's International Friendly CAN WNT 2 - 4 BRA Portland, OR, USA  
1996-07-04 SD, USA Women's International Friendly CAN WNT 1 - 2 BRA SD, USA  

 

About Canada Soccer
Canada Soccer, in partnership with its membership and its partners, provides leadership in the pursuit of excellence in soccer, both at the national and international levels. Canada Soccer not only strives to lead Canada to victory, but also encourages Canadians to a life-long passion for soccer. For more details on Canada Soccer, visit the official website at canadasoccer.com

For our most recent photographs, please visit our Flickr Photostream.

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team
Canada recently made history with back-to-back podium finishes at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games, becoming the first Canadian team to win back-to-back Summer Olympic medals since 1908, and the first-ever women’s Canadian team to return to the podium.  
 
At the last three major women's tournaments, Canada finished third at the London 2012 Women's Olympic Football Tournament, sixth at the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015™, and third at the Rio 2016 Women's Olympic Football Tournament.

Fans can relive Canada Soccer Women’s National Team journey on FacebookTwitter and Instagram through highlights and team commentary videos.

Canada opened its first home match of 2018 at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton playing in a new formation, as it took on a young German side. Germany opened scoring in the first minute, capitalizing on a short clearance, but Canada worked its way into the experimental tactical plan throughout the first half creating several opportunities, while Canadian keeper Stephanie Labbe made a terrific save in the 24th minute to keep the score line low.

CANADA 2:3 GERMANY : MATCH CENTRE

“This team worked really hard over the short period we had together here before the match, to play is this structure today, and I am definitely proud. The only think we asked of these players was to leave everything on the pitch and I think they did,” said Canada Soccer Women’s National Team Head Coach Kenneth Heiner-Møller. “The middle third of this match was one of the best performances I've seen while I have been the coach of this team, again within that new structure. If you think about resilience, this is one incredibly resilient team – coming back from one goal down so early, and leading Germany 2-1 during the match, that was amazing but we need to also finish the job.”
 
Christine Sinclair pulled Canada even in the 59th minute with a header over the keeper into an open net, scoring her 173rd international goal and coming one goal closer to tying Abby Wambach’s world record of 184. Jessie Fleming put Canada up 2-1 with a beautiful goal after Sinclair dummied the ball and let it pass to Fleming who was all alone on the spot. Germany’s pulled it even one minute after Canada's goal, quickly bringing the ball forward and shooting from outside the box, before scoring the winner in the 84th minute after its free kick hit the goal post and rebounded to a rushing player.
 
“We are obviously disappointed we lost and the way we started the game, but I think this is one of those games that we will be able to look back on and be proud of our performance and know we can build on it,” said Captain Christine Sinclair after the match. “We are in a good space as a team, if you look at the teams we have played this year they’ve all been top teams in the world and we have done pretty well. I think we are moving in the right direction and keep adding to our team, which is exciting. Tonight we took a new formation against one of the top teams in the world and to walk away with the performance we did, it adds another dimension to our team and we will be heading into the upcoming qualifiers confident.”
 
Canada will begin its FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifying campaign in October at the 2018 CONCACAF Women’s Championship while Germany continue their qualification run through the ongoing UEFA qualification which comprises two group stages and a play-off round.
 
Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team
 
Canada recently made history with back-to-back podium finishes at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games. At the last three major women's tournaments, Canada finished third at the London 2012 Women's Olympic Football Tournament, sixth at the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015™, and third at the Rio 2016 Women's Olympic Football Tournament.

Canada Soccer's Women's National Team are the first Canadian team to win back-to-back Summer Olympic medals since 1908, and the first-ever women’s Canadian team.  

Fans can relive Canada Soccer Women’s National Team journey on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram through highlights and team commentary videos. For our most recent photographs, please visit Flickr.com/canadasoccer.
 
About Canada Soccer
Canada Soccer, in partnership with its membership and its partners, provides leadership in the pursuit of excellence in soccer, both at the national and international levels. Canada Soccer not only strives to lead Canada to victory, but also encourages Canadians to a life-long passion for soccer. For more details on Canada Soccer, visit the official website at canadasoccer.com

 

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