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Canada delivers historic 2:0 win over USA at home fortress in Toronto

Posted on 16 October 2019 in Men's National Team

Canada delivered a historic 2:0 victory over USA in Concacaf Nations League with Alphonso Davies and Lucas Cavallini scoring second-half goals at BMO Field in Toronto. The victory kept Canada in first place in Group A of Concacaf Nations League A and earned Canada 18 points on the FIFA rankings, mov More

Canada ready to face USA in crucial Tuesday home clash in Concacaf Nations League

Posted on 13 October 2019 in Men's National Team

Canada are ready to face their Concacaf rivals and North American neighbours USA in a big Tuesday night competitive clash in 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League. The first of a home-and-away series puts the two Group A favourites in a clash for first place and a spot in the confederation’s Final F More

Canada’s top players to feature in Toronto for Rivalry match against USA in Concacaf Nations League

Posted on 1 October 2019 in Men's National Team

Canada Soccer have announced their squad for a crucial home match in 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League against rivals USA. The Tuesday 15 October home match in Toronto provides Canada with the opportunity to face one of the leading nations in Concacaf with the potential to accumulate valuable points o More

Canada prepare for crucial USA series after rise in rankings through Concacaf Nations League

Posted on 20 September 2019 in Men's National Team

Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team will play an important home-and-away series against rivals USA in Toronto, Ontario and Orlando, Florida as part of 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League. The two League A matches bring together the Concacaf neighbours in competitive home-and-away football se More

Canada wins 1:0 over Cuba in return leg of Concacaf Nations League A

Posted on 11 September 2019 in Men's National Team

Canada have picked up six points and a +7 goals difference with back-to-back wins over Cuba in League A of Concacaf Nations League after a 1:0 away victory on Tuesday 10 September. Teenager Alphonso Davies scored the lone goal and captain Milan Borjan posted his 20th clean sheet as 10-man Canada pul More

Canada wins 6:0 over Cuba with record-setting performance in Concacaf Nations League opener

Posted on 8 September 2019 in Men's National Team

It was a night for records as Canada won their opening match of Concacaf Nations League with a 6:0 victory over Cuba. Jonathan David set Canada’s single-season goal scoring record with his 8th goal of the year while captain Junior Hoilett scored a hat trick in front of his hometown crowd. Jona More

Canada to face Cuba in home match opener of Concacaf Nations League

Posted on 5 September 2019 in Men's National Team

Canada will kick off 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League A in Toronto with a Saturday night opener against rivals Cuba, the first of a home-and-away series during the September international window. The Toronto match will provide Canadian fans the opportunity to welcome home their favourite players, not More

Canada Soccer announces squad for important September home and away matches

Posted on 28 August 2019 in Men's National Team

Canada Soccer have announced their player squad for an important two-match, home-and-away series in 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League against Caribbean rivals Cuba. Canada will open the series at home on Saturday 7 September in Toronto before playing away on Tuesday 10 September in George Town, Grand More

Canada Soccer announces home matches in Toronto for Concacaf Nations League A

Posted on 9 August 2019 in Men's National Team

Canada Soccer have announced that a pair of home matches in 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League A will be played at BMO Field in Toronto. The announcement coincides with the one-year anniversary of Canada, Mexico and USA winning the bid for the 2026 FIFA World Cup™.The two home matches are Saturda More

Canada falls to Haiti in Concacaf Gold Cup Quarterfinals

Posted on 29 June 2019 in Men's National Team

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 goal More

Canada ready for Quarter-final clash with Haiti at 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup

Posted on 28 June 2019 in Men's National Team

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 More

Canada qualifies for the Quarterfinals at 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup

Posted on 24 June 2019 in Men's National Team

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 Hoil More

Canada faces Cuba with spot in Quarter-finals on the line at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup

Posted on 22 June 2019 in Men's National Team

Canada’s Men’s National Team will play Cuba in the Group stage finale at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup on Sunday 23 June at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina. Canada comes into the match in second place in Group A with three points and a +2 goals difference, knowing t More

Canada in second place after 3:1 loss to Mexico at 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup

Posted on 20 June 2019 in Men's National Team

Canada remained in second place after a 3:1 loss to Mexico in the group stage of the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup, ending a record six-game win streak dating back to last year. With an opportunity to face the Concacaf champions for the first time since 2016, Canada’s young squad gained some importan More

Tickets on sale for Men’s National Team Fall Concacaf Nations League Matches at BMO Field in Toronto

Posted on 19 June 2019 in Men's National Team

Tickets to Canada’s Men’s National Team Fall Concacaf Nations League A home matches at BMO Field are on sale to the public  via Ticketmaster.ca (CUBA | USA | 2 MATCH PACK) and by phone at 1.855.985.5000. The two matches will be played on Saturday 7 September against Cuba and Tuesday More

Canada ready for Mexico at 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup

Posted on 18 June 2019 in Men's National Team

Building on an impressive attacking display in its opening 4:0 victory over Martinique, Canada’s Men’s National Team is preparing to face Mexico in its second group stage match at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup on Wednesday, June 19 at Broncos Stadium, in Denver, Colorado.The highly anticipa More

Canada earn impressive 4:0 opening match win at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup

Posted on 16 June 2019 in Men's National Team

Canada opened the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup with their largest-ever margin of victory in the confederation championship: a 4:0 victory over Martinique at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. The victory gave Canada three points to take an early lead in Group A standings with goals scored by Jonathan David, Junio More

Canada primed for Concacaf Gold Cup kick off on ‘Super Saturday’

Posted on 14 June 2019 in Men's National Team

Canada’s Men’s National Team are set to open their 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup campaign when they face Martinique on Saturday 15 June at the iconic Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. As the opening match of the month-long competition, Canada v Martinique kicks off at 19:30 ET / 16:30 PT and w More

Together We Rise: Canada Soccer announces squad for the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup

Posted on 30 May 2019 in Men's National Team

Canada Soccer have selected their squad for the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup, the confederation’s championship that kicks off 15 June at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. The biennial competition provides a tremendous opportunity for the Canadian squad as they face Concacaf’s top nations for the firs More

Canada to open against Cuba in September in Concacaf Nations League A

Posted on 21 May 2019 in Men's National Team

Concacaf has confirmed the schedule for 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League with Canada opening at home on Saturday 7 September (all venues yet to be announced). Canada will play a home-and-away series with Cuba in September before playing at home against USA in October and then away against USA in Nove More

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Canada delivered a historic 2:0 victory over USA in Concacaf Nations League with Alphonso Davies and Lucas Cavallini scoring second-half goals at BMO Field in Toronto. The victory kept Canada in first place in Group A of Concacaf Nations League A and earned Canada 18 points on the FIFA rankings, moving them into sixth place amongst Concacaf nations on the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings.
 
It was Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team’s first international A victory over USA since 1985 and their first competitive victory in any men’s competition since a 2:0 win at the 2012 Concacaf Men’s Olympic Qualifiers. For teenager Davies, it was his second game winner in back-to-back Concacaf Nations League matches and for Cavallini it was his record-tying eighth goal of the 2019 international season.
 
“It was just an electric atmosphere tonight,” said John Herdman, Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team Head Coach. “To the boys, nothing but pride.  There has been that belief right from the onset. Tonight is only one step and there is more to come.”
 
Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team are unbeaten in competitive football at BMO Field with nine wins and four draws in 13 matches. Including friendly matches, Canada have 11 wins, seven draws and just one loss, with 16 matches unbeaten since 2011.
 
Davies scored the opener in the 63rd minute after a wonderful pass from the captain Scott Arfield. Debutant Liam Fraser started the play after he collected a US clearance and played it forward to Arfield. Cavallini then made it 2-0 in the 91st minute after Jonathan Osorio intercepted a pass and chipped it forward.
 
Goalkeeper Milan Borjan and the backline posted the clean sheet with a critical save off a shot from close range in the 61st minute.  The 2-0 victory is Canada’s third consecutive shutout victory in Concacaf Nations League and for Borjan, it was his 21st career clean sheet, just one back of Canada’s all-time record.
 
“This is unbelievable and thanks to the fans that were here tonight, said Borjan.  “We showed we have a young team that is bringing a new football to Canada.”
 
Since 2018, Canada have won nine of 11 international “A” matches with John Herdman in charge. Canada’s fourth and final Concacaf Nations League match is scheduled for 15 November against USA at the Exploria Stadium in Orlando, Florida.
 
Canada’s starting XI featured Milan Borjan in goal, Richie Laryea at right back, Steven Vitória and Derek Cornelius at centre back, Kamal Miller at left back, and Samuel Piette, Mark-Anthony Kaye, Scott Arfield, Jonathan Osorio, Jonathan David and Alphonso Davies from the midfield up through to the attack.
 
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 seven editions of the FIFA U-17 World Cup, including the upcoming edition at Brazil 2019. Canada will open the FIFA U-17 World Cup Brazil 2019 against the host on 26 October followed by additional group matches against Angola on 29 October and New Zealand on 1 November. The FIFA U-17 World Cup Brazil 2019 runs 26 October to 17 November.
 
CONCACAF NATIONS LEAGUE
At stake in 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League is a spot in the Concacaf Hex for FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ Qualifiers. Canada will need to win their group and advance to the final four in Concacaf Nations League in order to narrow the mathematical gap behind Concacaf’s top-six nations in the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings. After the June 2020 rankings, 35 Concacaf nations will be divided onto two pathways to Qatar 2022: the top-six nations in the Concacaf Hex (from which three nations will qualify for Qatar 2022) and the other 29 nations in series of group stage and knockout phase matches (from which one nation will face the fourth-place finisher from the Hex after which that winner will represent Concacaf in a FIFA intercontinental playoff for a spot at Qatar 2022).
 
After back-to-back Concacaf Nations League wins over Cuba in September combined with a USA win over Cuba in October, Canada became the first nation to qualify for the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup. With either a first- or second-place finish in Group A guaranteed, Canada have also secured their spot in League A of the next edition of Concacaf Nations League while the third-place finisher will be relegated to League B.

 

Canada are ready to face their Concacaf rivals and North American neighbours USA in a big Tuesday night competitive clash in 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League. The first of a home-and-away series puts the two Group A favourites in a clash for first place and a spot in the confederation’s Final Four championship. It also gives the home crowd a chance to rally behind Canada who have a chance to accumulate valuable points on the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings as they contend to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
 
The Tuesday 15 October home match kicks off at 19.30 local at BMO Field in downtown Toronto with Canadian fans having the chance to make a difference as the 12th man. Tickets are available via Ticketmaster.ca starting as low as $25 while groups of 10 or more can save up to 30% off the regular price. Fans can visit canadasoccer.com/tickets for complete ticket information.
 
“Our boys are ready to leave it all out there, it's a game that means a lot to us,” said John Herdman, Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team Head Coach.
 
Following the home match on 15 October, Canada will wrap up their four-match schedule with the return leg against USA on Friday 15 November. Canada have already won six points from wins over Cuba in September while USA won three points from a Friday night victory over the same opponent. Following the USA-Canada match on 15 November, USA will visit Cuba to complete their four-match schedule on 19 November.
 
Concacaf Nations League is a new multi-tier competition for every national association in the confederation, featuring promotion and relegation across Leagues A, B and C. The 12 nations in League A are divided into four groups and play four matches each, after which the group winner advances to the competition’s Semi-finals and the third-place nation gets relegated to League B.
 
Concacaf Nations League also serve as the qualification route for the Concacaf Gold Cup, with Canada the first nation to officially book their spot to the 2021 edition. After Cuba’s Friday night loss, Canada have also ensured they will remain amongst the top-12 nations in the next edition of Concacaf Nations League.
 
This match marks the first time that Canada will host USA in a competitive match on home soil since 1997. The two sides have since faced each other four times in the Concacaf Gold Cup including the 2007 Semi-finals. In 2012 and 2013, the two sides played to 0:0 draws in each nation’s respective Centennial match.
 
“It’s a great opportunity for the fans to unite around this team and a big moment for the team to test themselves against one of the best in Concacaf,” said Herdman. “We know the quality of the USA and the history of results in the last two decades, but with the fans behind us we can work together to change that narrative in October and November.”
 
After back-to-back wins in September, Canada have drawn closer to a Concacaf top-6 spot on the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings, which after June 2020 will determine two distinct pathways for 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar Qualifiers. Canada went from trailing El Salvador by 30 points to trailing them by just five points by virtue of Canada’s two victories and El Salvador’s win and loss in the September window.
 
“Normally, playing an old rival like the USA is enough to get the juices flowing, but there’s a lot more to play for in this match with Concacaf Nations League Group A positioning and FIFA ranking points on the line,” said Herdman. “If there’s going to be an upset in this match, the Canadian fans will play a big part as they always do at home.”
 
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 seven editions of the FIFA U-17 World Cup including the 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup Brazil which will see Canada take on host nation Brazil in the Opening Match on 26 October.
 
CONCACAF NATIONS LEAGUE
At stake in 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League is a spot in the Concacaf Hex for FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ Qualifiers. After the June 2020 rankings, 35 Concacaf nations will be divided onto two pathways to Qatar 2022: the top-six nations in the Concacaf Hex (from which three nations will qualify for Qatar 2022) and the other 29 nations in series of group stage and knockout phase matches (from which one nation will face the fourth-place finisher from the Hex after which that winner will represent Concacaf in a FIFA intercontinental playoff for a spot at Qatar 2022).

Canada Soccer have announced their squad for a crucial home match in 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League against rivals USA. The Tuesday 15 October home match in Toronto provides Canada with the opportunity to face one of the leading nations in Concacaf with the potential to accumulate valuable points on the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings. The all-important match gives Canadian fans a chance to get behind their home side as they contend to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

The Tuesday 15 October home match kicks off at 19.30 local at BMO Field in downtown Toronto. Tickets are available via Ticketmaster.ca starting as low as $25 while groups of 10 or more can save up to 30% off the regular price. Fans can visit canadasoccer.com/tickets for complete ticket information.

“Normally, playing an old rival like the USA is enough to get the juices flowing, but there’s a lot more to play for in this match with Concacaf Nations League Group A positioning and FIFA ranking points on the line,” said John Herdman, Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team Head Coach. “If there’s going to be an upset in this match, the Canadian fans will play a big part as they always do at home.”

Following the home match on 15 October, Canada will play away against USA on Friday 15 November to wrap up their four matches in Group A of Concacaf Nations League A. Canada have already won six points from wins over Cuba while USA will face the former Caribbean champions on 11 October and 19 November. From the three-nation group, the group winner will advance to the Final Four of Concacaf Nations League in June 2020 while both the winner and runner up will qualify for the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup.

After those back-to-back wins in September, Canada have drawn closer to a Concacaf top-6 spot on the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings, which after June 2020 will determine two distinct pathways for 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar Qualifiers. Canada went from trailing El Salvador by 30 points to trailing them by just five points after Canada’s two victories and El Salvador’s win and a loss in the September window.

“The players will be doing everything in their will to achieve a result against USA and our fans play a big role in pushing the team forward in those tough moments and in games like this there’ll be few, so we hope to see a sea of red at BMO Field and feel their passion from whistle to whistle,” said Herdman.

Through Concacaf Nations League, Canada will host USA in a competitive match in Canada for the first time since 1997. The two sides have since faced each other four times in the Concacaf Gold Cup including the 2007 semi-finals. In 2012 and 2013, the two sides played to 0:0 draws in each nation’s respective centennial match.

“It’s a great opportunity for the fans to unite around this team and a big moment for the team to test themselves against one of the best in Concacaf,” said Herdman. “We know the quality of the USA and the history of results in the last two decades, but with the fans behind us we can work together to change that narrative in October and November.”

CANADA’S HEROES RETURN TO BMO FIELD
Canada’s October squad will feature the trio of goalscoring stars from the 2019 season, including newly-crowned single-season record holder Jonathan David of KAA Gent in Belgium. David (eight goals), Lucas Cavallini (seven) and Junior Hoilett (six) are the first Canadian trio of players to each score four-plus goals in a Men’s National Team season.

David is one of six players aged 22 or younger in the October squad, with both David (19) and Alphonso Davies (18) of FC Bayern Munich still teenagers. Against Cuba, David scored in the home match at BMO Field while Davies scored in the away match in the Cayman Islands. The other young players in the Canada squad are Liam Millar of Kilmarnock FC (20), Derek Cornelius of Vancouver Whitecaps FC (21), Stephen Eustáquio of Cruz Azul FC (22), and Kamal Miller of Orlando City SC (22).

Eustáquio gets his first Men’s National Team call up after recently returning to action from a 2018-19 injury. He is one of two players yet to make their international “A” debut, with the other second-time call up centre back Amer Didić of FC Edmonton.

Joining Eustáquio at midfield are Scott Arfield, Will Johnson, Mark-Anthony Kaye, Jonathan Osorio, Samuel Piette, and Russell Teibert. Kaye recently helped Los Angeles FC clinch the MLS Supporters’ Shield while Piette helped the Impact de Montréal win the Canadian Championship.

Along with Didić, Cornelius and Miller, Canada’s backline will feature Samuel Adekugbe, Juan Córdova, Doneil Henry, Richie Laryea, and Steven Vitória. Henry will be in camp, but is ineligible to feature in the match after accumulating two yellow cards in his last match.

In goal, Canada’s squad features Milan Borjan, Maxime Crépeau and Jayson Leutwiler. Borjan of Red Star Belgrade is the most experienced international player in the Canada squad with 47 appearances, including 20 clean sheets.


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 Team

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 seven editions of the FIFA U-17 World Cup including the 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup Brazil which will see Canada take on host nation Brazil in the Opening Match on 26 October.

CONCACAF NATIONS LEAGUE
At stake in 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League is a spot in the Concacaf Hex for FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ Qualifiers. After the June 2020 rankings, 35 Concacaf nations will be divided onto two pathways to Qatar 2022: the top-six nations in the Concacaf Hex (from which three nations will qualify for Qatar 2022) and the other 29 nations in series of group stage and knockout phase matches (from which one nation will face the fourth-place finisher from the Hex after which that winner will represent Concacaf in a FIFA intercontinental playoff for a spot at Qatar 2022).

GK- Milan Borjan | SRB / FK Crvena zvezda (Red Star Belgrade)
GK- Maxime Crépeau | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC
GK- Jayson Leutwiler | ENG / Blackburn Rovers
CB- Derek Cornelius | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC
CB- Amer Didić | CAN / FC Edmonton
CB- Doneil Henry | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC
CB- Steven Vitória | POR / Moreirense FC
FB- Samuel Adekugbe | NOR / Vålerenga Fotball
FB- Juan Córdova | CHI / CD Huachipato
FB- Richie Laryea | CAN / Toronto FC
FB- Kamal Miller | USA / Orlando City SC
M- Scott Arfield | SCO / Glasgow Rangers FC
M- Stephen Eustáquio | MEX / Cruz Azul FC
M- Will Johnson | USA / Orlando City SC
M- Mark-Anthony Kaye | USA / Los Angeles FC
M- Jonathan Osorio | CAN / Toronto FC
M- Samuel Piette | CAN / Impact de Montréal
M- Russell Teibert | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC
F- Lucas Cavallini | MEX / Puebla FC
F- Jonathan David | BEL / KAA Gent
F- Alphonso Davies | GER / FC Bayern München
F- David Junior Hoilett | WAL / Cardiff City FC
F- Liam Millar | SCO / Kilmarnock FC

CANADA A-Z
Name | Age | City where he grew up | Active start/first club
Adekugbe, Samuel | 24 | Calgary, AB, CAN | Manchester United Grassroots
Arfield, Scott | 30 | Livingston, SCO | Murieston Boys Club
Borjan, Milan | 31 | Hamilton, ON, CAN | Radnicki JP
Cavallini, Lucas | 26 | Mississauga, ON, CAN | Club Uruguay Toronto
Córdova, Juan | 24 | Los Anges, CHI | San Esteban Association
Cornelius, Derek | 21 | Ajax, ON, CAN | Ajax SC
Crépeau, Maxime | 25 | Candiac, QC, CAN | Ligue de soccer pour enfants de Candiac
David, Jonathan | 19 | Ottawa, ON, CAN | Gloucester Dragons
Davies, Alphonso | 18 | Edmonton, AB, CAN | Edmonton Inter
Didić, Amer | 24 | Sherwood Park, AB, CAN | Sherwood Park SA
Eustáquio, Stephen | 22 | Leamington, ON, CAN | Leamington Minor Soccer
Henry, Doneil | 26 | Brampton, ON, CAN | Brampton YSC
Hoilett, David Junior | 29 | Brampton, ON, CAN | Mississauga SC
Johnson, Will | 32 | Toronto, ON, CAN & Chicago, IL, USA |
Kaye, Mark-Anthony | 24 | Toronto, ON, CAN | Wexford SC
Laryea, Richie | 24 | Toronto, ON, CAN | Club Uruguay Toronto
Leutwiler, Jayson | 30 | Neuchâtel, SUI | FC Cornaux
Millar, Liam | 20 | Brampton, ON, CAN | Brampton YSC
Miller, Kamal | 22 | Scarborough, ON, CAN | Malvern SC
Osorio, Jonathan | 27 | Brampton, ON, CAN | Toronto Futsal League
Piette, Samuel | 24 | Le Gardeur, QC, CAN | Lionceaux de le Gardeur
Teibert, Russell | 26 | Niagara Falls, ON, CAN | Niagara Falls SC
Vitória, Steven | 32 | Mississauga, ON, CAN | Sudbury Lions

 

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