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Archives: Canada National Team

Despite Gold Cup exit, there is light at the end of the tunnel for Canadian soccer

Posted on by Matt Lichtenstadter
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Watching Canada’s men’s program struggle through another Gold Cup group stage, without scoring a goal, makes me wonder whether the program will ever get it right. Canada once made a World Cup in 1986, won the Gold Cup in 2000, and … Continue reading

CONCACAF Gold Cup team previews, players to watch and schedule

Posted on by Earl Reed
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While the Gold Cup is starting a month later than usual, the meaning for this confederation remains the same: who is the big dog between Mexico and the United States. Maybe the other nations in this region will feel aggrieved … Continue reading

Women’s World Cup: Australia-Japan, England-Canada TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale
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The final two teams to join the United States and Germany in the semi-finals of the 2015 Women’s World Cup will be decided today. The host nation, Canada, is looking to place themselves one step closer to the title and … Continue reading

2015 Gold Cup TV schedule for U.S. viewers

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell
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The 13th CONCACAF Gold Cup is set to kick off on July 7 and will conclude on July 26 with the winner granted a spot in the Confederation’s Cup in 2017, the summer before the next World Cup. This year’s … Continue reading

Thailand-Germany, Ivory Coast-Norway, Netherlands-Canada, China PR-New Zealand TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale
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As the group stages wrap-up we see who is emerging as the top teams in the 2015 Women’s World Cup as they prepare for the knock-out rounds. Today one of the tournament favorites, Germany, attempt to recover from a disappointing … Continue reading

‘World Cup Syndrome’ hits host nation Canada in Women’s World Cup

Posted on by Earl Reed
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Last year, Brazil seemed listless at times against Croatia and drew Mexico on home soil. This year, the Canadian Women’s National Team has the same 4 points, albeit in even less convincing fashion. Granted, the Canadians aren’t the heavy favorites … Continue reading

Germany-Norway, China-Netherlands, Ivory Coast-Thailand, Canada-New Zealand TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale
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Now that the first round of the Group Stage has finished, we get our second look at Groups A and B today. Germany faces Norway in what will likely become the battle for first place in Group B. Plus, there’s another look … Continue reading

Women’s World Cup: Canada vs China and New Zealand vs Holland TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale
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Today marks the beginning of the 2015 Women’s World Cup. Day one of the tournament features two matches, where we’ll see the host nation, Canada, taking on China PR followed by New Zealand versus Netherlands. Canada v. China PR 6PM … Continue reading

Top Female Soccer Players Express Outrage That Women’s World Cup Will Be Played On Artificial Grass

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale
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More than 40 international women’s players have stepped forward and are threatening to take legal action against FIFA and its decision to allow the 2015 Women’s World Cup to be held exclusively on artificial turf in Canada. What started as … Continue reading

Why Canadian Soccer Would Benefit From Domestic League If NASL and CFL Join Forces

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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Last week, reports began to surface about a possible new professional league in Canada that would be developed in partnership with the Canadian (American) Football League (CFL) and the North American Soccer League (NASL). Canada has not had an independent … Continue reading

FIFA Unveils Official Poster for 2015 Women’s World Cup [PHOTO]

Posted on by Alex Muller
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FIFA today unveiled the official poster for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The poster is “designed to reflect the diversity of Canada’s multicultural society and capture the essence of the great Canadian outdoors.” FIFA Marketing Director Thierry Weil said: … Continue reading

Review of Canada’s 2014 Home Kit From Umbro

Posted on by Ben Weich
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Last week, Canada’s national team released their latest home kit, which coincided with the Canada’s Women’s National Team friendly against Germany at BC Place in Vancouver. The jersey, made by British sportswear supplier Umbro, will be worn by all Canadian … Continue reading

CONCACAF Gold Cup Analysis: Group A

Posted on by Jad
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Group A in the 2013 Gold Cup consists of Mexico, Canada, Panama, and Martinique with the games being played in Pasadena, Seattle and Denver. Mexico look like the clear favorites in this group, but team selection and recent results may … Continue reading

DeGuzman Signing Would be a Coup for TFC and MLS

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

I don’t usually post speculation about transfers here but this particular signing would be massive on many levels. My feeling is that MLS exists to promote domestic talent, and Julian DeGuzman is the best attacking player from the US or … Continue reading

Canadian National Team: Hopeless

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

  DeGuzman could be CONCACAF’s best overall player: But Canada is hopeless even with him and several other top stars/Canadian Soccer.com photo Despite the recent strides made by club football in Canada: the admission of Toronto FC to MLS, the … Continue reading

MLS Heavy Squad Named For Canada Friendly vs Costa Rica

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

The Canada Squad: Goalkeepers: Lars Hirschfeld (Rosenborg, Denmark), Kenny Stamatopoulos (Toronto FC). Defenders: Daniel Imhof (VfL Bochum, Germany), Ante Jazic (Los Angeles, United States), Adrian Serioux (FC Dallas, United States), Andre Hainault (FK SAID Most, Czech Republic), Jim Brennan (FC … Continue reading