Canada arrives in Toronto ahead of Cuba match

Canada arrives ahead of Friday’s FIFA World Cup Qualifiers™ match at BMO Field.

After a second day of training in the morning of Tuesday 9 October 2012, Canada has arrived in Toronto ahead of Friday’s all-important FIFA World Cup Qualifiers™ match against Cuba at BMO Field (local kick-off 19.30). The 12 October match will be broadcast live on Sportsnet, with a pre-match show kicking off at 19.00 ET / 16.00 PT.

Tickets to Friday’s Qualifiers match are still available via Ticketmaster.ca with complete event info available at CanadaSoccer.com/seetheerise.

“The team is in good spirits,” said captain Kevin McKenna. “We have two massive games ahead of us so we have to be ready.”

CANMNT: Training begins ahead of critical FIFA WCQs

Canada will look to take three points from Cuba in Friday’s penultimate match at BMO Field before heading to San Pedro Sula, Honduras for the group finale of the CONCACAF 3rd Round of FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.

The Canadians are currently in a three-way battle with Honduras and Panama for the two qualifying spots for the ‘Hex’ – the final round of FIFA World Cup Qualifiers™ in the CONCACAF region.

Tickets to the Canada v Cuba matchon 12 October are available via Ticketmaster.ca or by phone at 1.855.570.7500, with full information available on CanadaSoccer.com. Group discounts are available via marketing@soccercan.ca or 613.237.7678.

For full coverage of Canada’s road to the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™, fans can follow all the news at CanadaSoccer.com. Fans are also encouraged to connect with Canada’s national teams via Twitter.com/CanadaSoccerEN, Facebook.com/CanadaSoccer, Flickr.comCcanadaSoccer, and YouTube.com/CanadaSoccerTV.

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