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Canada Soccer 2019 Official Kit Unveiled at Nike Global Football Event in Paris

Posted on 11 March 2019 in Sponsors & Partnerships

Members of Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team debuted Canada Soccer’s 2019 Official kit at a Nike Global Football event in Paris, France. The Paris launch celebrated women’s footballers in advance of this summer’s s FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ wit More

2019 Allstate High Performance Soccer Clinic Registration Opens

Posted on 15 February 2019 in Sponsors & Partnerships

Allstate’s popular High Performance Soccer Clinics, featuring Canadian National Team stars, are set to visit communities in three cities in 2019. Registration for the free clinic events are now open for young soccer players aged 10-15 looking to increase their performance and hone their skills More

Bell Let's Talk Day is January 30th. Join the conversation.

Posted on 24 January 2019 in Sponsors & Partnerships

Canada Soccer is pleased to be joining the conversation around mental health on Bell Let’s Talk Day, January 30th. Many people living with a mental illness report that negative stereotypes cause them more suffering than the illness itself. As a result, two thirds of those suffering from mental More

Canada Soccer ushers in new era with Nike

Posted on 18 December 2018 in Sponsors & Partnerships

Canada Soccer is pleased to announce Nike will become the official footwear, apparel and equipment supplier for Canada Soccer and its Men’s and Women’s National Teams at every level starting in January 2019.  "This watershed moment for Canada Soccer is further proof that C More

2018 Teck Community Soccer Initiative Recipients Announced

Posted on 26 September 2018 in Sponsors & Partnerships

Teck & Canada Soccer have announced the recipients of the 2018 Teck Community Initiative program, an initiative that provides soccer associations in communities where Teck operates with an opportunity to receive a $2500 grant to enhance soccer programming and ultimately encourage local youth to More

On Guard For Thee: the new #CanadaRED jersey

Posted on 15 May 2018 in Sponsors & Partnerships

Canada Soccer and Umbro have proudly unveiled the latest #CanadRED home jersey for Canada Soccer's National Teams. Presented with the powerful words drawn from Canada’s national anthem - On Guard For Thee – the new jersey represents a dynamic and diverse nation from coast-to-coast-to-coa More

Canada Soccer supports a multi-sport approach to physical literacy

Posted on 16 April 2018 in Sponsors & Partnerships

Canada Soccer has partnered on a new parent education campaign promoting a multi-sport approach for children. Built around a captivating video PSA and a companion website it features elite Canadian athletes who support the multi-sport approach. Funded by the Canadian Olympic Committee, the video an More

2018 Allstate High Performance Soccer Clinic Registration Opens

Posted on 15 March 2018 in Sponsors & Partnerships

Allstate’s popular High Performance Soccer Clinics, featuring Canadian National Team athletes, are set to visit communities in four provinces in 2018. Registration for the free clinic events are now open for young soccer players aged 10-16 looking to increase their performance and hone their s More

Bell Let's Talk Day is January 31st. Join the conversation.

Posted on 24 January 2018 in Sponsors & Partnerships

Mental illness affects people of all ages and from all walks of life. It can take many forms, including depression, anxiety and schizophrenia. Most individuals find ways to live with their illnesses but how they are treated by others often proves to be more of a challenge than the illness itself. Ma More

Canada Soccer announces Toyota Canada as its newest primary partner

Posted on 13 June 2017 in Sponsors & Partnerships

Toyota Canada as its Official Mobility Partner and Official Vehicle More

2016 Allstate Canadian National Teams Good Hands® Award Announced

Posted on 12 December 2016 in Sponsors & Partnerships

2016 Allstate Canadian National Teams Good Hands® Award Announced More

Voting Opens for Allstate Canadian National Teams Good Hands Award

Posted on 6 December 2016 in Sponsors & Partnerships

Recognising the top save by Canada Soccer's National Team goalkeepers More

Allstate High Performance Soccer Clinics wrap up: youth given opportunity to be inspired by their idols

Posted on 21 October 2016 in Sponsors & Partnerships

Sinclair, LeBlanc, Wilkinson visit AB, NS, ON More

Heart and soul: new #CanadaRED soccer jersey unveiled

Posted on 21 March 2016 in Sponsors & Partnerships

The red home jersey is inspired by the colours of Canada's flag More

Canada Soccer and Allstate Canada team up on new multi-year partnership

Posted on 21 March 2016 in Sponsors & Partnerships

Allstate Canada and its Agencies across the country are proud to support Canadian Soccer at every level More

Christine Sinclair to share EA Sports FIFA cover with Lionel Messi in Canada

Posted on 20 July 2015 in Sponsors & Partnerships

Sinclair will be one of the first women to appear on an EA SPORTS FIFA cover More

UNICEF Canada, along with Canada Soccer & 7,238 fans at Tim Hortons Field break Guinness World Record for the greatest number of people simultaneously giving a high-five

Posted on 30 May 2015 in Sponsors & Partnerships

UN children’s agency kicked off #HighFiveIt Campaign to celebrate women’s soccer and save children’s lives—first $1 million in Canadian donations to be matched by the Government of Canada More

Canada’s Women’s National Team takes the pitch in EA Sports FIFA 16

Posted on 28 May 2015 in Sponsors & Partnerships

EA SPORTS™ FIFA 16 will feature 12 Women’s National Teams for the first time in franchise history - including Canada More

Canada Soccer and Umbro Canada unveil new #CanadaRED

Posted on 20 March 2015 in Sponsors & Partnerships

Canada’s National Teams 2015-2016 red jersey to be available at select Sport Chek stores starting in April More

Canada Soccer and Mondelēz partner to share pride & give joy to Canadian soccer community

Posted on 19 March 2015 in Sponsors & Partnerships

Canada Soccer and Mondelēz Canada announce a new multi-year partnership that will celebrate Canada’s National Teams and support grassroots soccer in communities from coast-to-coast More

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Members of Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team debuted Canada Soccer’s 2019 Official kit at a Nike Global Football event in Paris, France. The Paris launch celebrated women’s footballers in advance of this summer’s s FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ with all 14 FIFA Member Associations that will be wearing Nike represented at the event.

Canada Soccer announced its game changing relationship with Nike in late 2018 and is the only new FIFA Member Association for Nike heading into France 2019. Kadeisha Buchanan, Sophie Schmidt and Janine Beckie all took part and are featured in the iconic and heroic imagery as part of the kit unveil. Fans can follow the players' experience at the event on Instagram.


The 2019 Canada Soccer Official kit features Canada Soccer’s distinctive logo on a Nike red home kit for the first time.

Fans will have an opportunity to purchase the new kit at the 24 March, 2019 home match which will feature Canada’s Men’s National Team vs French Guiana in Concacaf Nations League Qualifying at BC Place in Vancouver, BC. Individual tickets to the Canada v French Guiana Concacaf Nations League Qualifier are available via Ticketmaster.ca.
 

Allstate’s popular High Performance Soccer Clinics, featuring Canadian National Team stars, are set to visit communities in three cities in 2019. Registration for the free clinic events are now open for young soccer players aged 10-15 looking to increase their performance and hone their skills both on and off the pitch. The clinics feature a combination of station work featuring multiple skills and drills, an off-field education session, a free barbeque lunch, and a photo and autograph session with the Canadian National Team player, all within a professional environment.

Now in its fourth year, the 2019 Allstate High Performance Clinics will be hosted in Edmonton, AB (April 6, featuring Melissa Tancredi), Montreal, QC (April 14, featuring Samuel Piette), and Calgary, AB (May 11, featuring Kaylyn Kyle). For updates on the Calgary clinic, make sure to follow @AllstateCanada on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

For complete information and to register visit www.allstatesoccerclinics.com. Registration is open to both girls and boys between 10-15 and to all positions. Please note that 200 high performance players will be admitted to the clinic. A final list will be developed based on a lottery selection. An Allstate representative will be in contact to confirm registration ahead of the clinic. Registration will close two weeks ahead of the clinic date.

Allstate and its 800+ agents have a strong record of supporting soccer in Canada from grassroots through to National Teams and professional levels. Allstate is committed to using National Team player appearances to give back to local communities. Since its inception, the Allstate High Performance Soccer Clinics have reached nearly 2,400 high performance youth soccer athletes across the country.

2019 Allstate High Performance Soccer Clinic Schedule

April 6
Edmonton, Alberta
Featuring: Melissa Tancredi, 2012, 2016 Olympic Bronze Medalist

April 14
Montreal, Quebec
Featuring: Samuel Piette, Canadian Men’s National Team Midfielder

May 11
Calgary, Alberta
Featuring: Kaylyn Kyle, 2012 Olympic Bronze Medalist

About Allstate Insurance Company of Canada
Allstate Insurance Company of Canada is one of the country's leading producers and distributors of home and auto insurance products, serving Canadians since 1953. The company strives to keep its customers in "Good Hands®" as well as its employees, and is proud to be named a Best Employer in Canada for the seventh consecutive year. Allstate Canada is committed to making a positive difference in the communities in which it operates and has partnered with organizations such as MADD Canada, United Way and Junior Achievement. To learn more about Allstate Canada, visit www.allstate.ca. For safety tips and advice, visit www.goodhandsadvice.ca.
 

Canada Soccer is pleased to be joining the conversation around mental health on Bell Let’s Talk Day, January 30th. Many people living with a mental illness report that negative stereotypes cause them more suffering than the illness itself. As a result, two thirds of those suffering from mental illness are too afraid to reach out for help. Mental illness affects people of all ages and from all walks of life. It can take many forms, including depression, anxiety and schizophrenia. Most individuals find ways to live with their illnesses but how they are treated by others often proves to be more of a challenge than the illness itself.

Stigma has surrounded many diseases in the past, but concerted efforts to confront these attitudes have resulted in positive changes, including increased access to care, more funding for research, and greater understanding from family, friends and colleagues. Our goal is to help achieve the same level of acceptance and understanding regarding mental illness.


In 2019, Bell will be surpassing $100 million in donated funds to Canadian mental health programs and will see over one billion Bell Let’s Talk Day messages of support. On January 30, Bell will donate 5 cents to Canadian mental health programs for each of these interactions, at no extra cost to participants:

  • Text and talk: Every text message, mobile and long distance call made by Bell Canada, Bell Aliant and Bell MTS customers
  • Twitter: Every tweet using #BellLetsTalk and Bell Let's Talk Day video view
  • Facebook: Every view of the Bell Let's Talk Day video and use of the Bell Let's Talk frame
  • Instagram: Every Bell Let's Talk Day video view
  • Snapchat: Every use of the Bell Let's Talk filter and video view

Alone we cannot end mental illness, but we can all add to the ending of the stigma, and below are five steps to help:

  1. Language Matters-Words can help, but they can also hurt. Consider what words you use to refer to mental illness.
  2. Educate Yourself-Know the facts versus the myths about mental illness to help end the stigma.
  3. Be Kind-Simple kindness can make a world of difference! Whether it be a smile, giving a listening ear, or an offer to go out for coffee, these simple acts can let someone know that you’re there for them.
  4. Listen and Ask-Being a good listener and asking how you can help can be the first step in recovery.
  5. Talk About It-Break the silence. Most people with mental health issues can and do recovery, just by talking about it.

You can also learn more about the five simple ways to end stigma and download the Bell Let’s Talk toolkit to begin your own conversation about mental health at home, school or in the workplace.

Join us as we work together to break down the stigma that surrounds mental illness.

Get connected with Bell Let’s Talk:

Web: Bell.ca/LetsTalk
Twitter: @Bell_LetsTalk and #BellLetsTalk
Facebook: facebook.com/BellLetsTalk
Instagram: @bell_letstalk
Snapchat: Filter
 

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