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Old Posted Jul 7, 2015, 1:06 PM
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canMNT/ canWNT Soccer Discussion

Riding off the excitement of the WWC, there has been some discussion of having a thread dedicated to Canada's national soccer teams. A thread on the main board will be great to drum up awareness and support of our National Soccer Teams.

For anyone interested in a Forum dedicated solely to Canadian soccer, please visit The Voyagers Forum at http://www.thevoyageurs.org/index.php?/index

Here is the 2015 national team schedule. Mens, women, and youth teams (20, u23 olympic). Courtesy of "ironcub14" on the Voyageurs board.

Canada National Teams 2015 Schedule


2015 CONCACAF U-20 Championship (2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup Qualifiers)
Event: Jan 9 to 24, 2015, Jamaica

Canada: Group B - Jan 10, 12, 15, 19, 22; Result – Group B, 5th out of 6

http://www.concacaf....y/under-20s-men

http://en.wikipedia....20_Championship



2015 CONCACAF U-17 Championship (2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup Qualifiers)
Event: Feb 27 to Mar 15, 2015, Honduras

Canada: Group B - Feb 28, Mar 3, 6, 9, 12; Result – Group B, 2nd out of 6, Lost in playoff stage

http://www.concacaf....y/under-17s-men

http://en.wikipedia....17_Championship



2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup
Event: Jun 6 to Jul 5, 2015, Vancouver, BC, Edmonton, AB, Winnipeg, MB, Ottawa, ON, Montreal, QC, Moncton, NB, Canada

Canada: Group A - Jun 6 vs. China PR (Edmonton), Jun 11 vs. New Zealand (Edmonton), Jun 15 vs. Netherlands (Montreal)

http://www.fifa.com/...dcup/index.html

http://en.wikipedia....men's_World_Cup



2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers (CONCACAF)Event: Mar 2015 to Oct 2017

Canada: Second Round - Jun 11, 2015 at Dominica (Roseau), Jun 16, 2015 vs. Dominica (Toronto)

http://www.concacaf....-qualifying-men

http://en.wikipedia....tion_(CONCACAF)



2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup
Event: Jul 7 to 26, 2015, USA/Canada

Canada: Group B – Jul 8 vs. El Salvador (Los Angeles), Jul 11 vs. Jamaica (Houston), Jul 14 vs. Costa Rica (Toronto)

http://www.concacaf....tegory/gold-cup

http://en.wikipedia....NCACAF_Gold_Cup



2015 PASO U-22 Pan American Games
Event: Jul 11 to 26, 2015, Hamilton, ON, Canada

Canada: Group A – Jul 12 vs. Brazil (Hamilton), Jul 16 vs. Panama (Hamilton), Jul 20 vs. Peru (Hamilton)

http://www.toronto20...football-soccer

http://en.wikipedia...._American_Games



2015 CONCACAF U-23 Championship (2016 IOC U-23 Olympic Games Qualifiers)
Event: Oct 1 to 13, 2015, USA

Canada: TBA

http://www.concacaf....-qualifying-men

http://en.wikipedia....ng_Championship


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Looking forward to tomorrow's MNT playing El Salvador tomorrow.
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Gold Cup 2015

El Salvador vs Canada
Wednesday July 8th
10:30pm Eastern/7:30pm Pacific
Channels: Sportsnet360 and Sportsnet World

Jamaica vs Canada
Saturday July 11th
6:30pm Eastern/3:30pm Pacific
Channels: Sportsnet Pacific/West/Ontario/East and Sportsnet World

Canada vs Costa Rica
Tuesday July 14th
8:30pm Eastern/5:30pm Pacific
Channels: Sportsnet One and Sportsnet World
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So the Impact U18 was playing its quarterfinal game at Saputo and was watching parts of the game on stream (in which they won 3-1).

How it is relevant to this thread you may ask? While watching the game, I was blown away by #12 so went online to see who it was. Turns out it is Jean-Yves Ballou Tabla, youngest player on the team at 16.

He was named Canadian U17 player in 2014 at the age of 15.

The kid has the potential to be the star of the Canadian team and he plays midfield, the most important position. Now I know why the Impact's U18 academy has a 22-2-2 record!
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The kid has the potential to be the star of the Canadian team and he plays midfield, the most important position.
It's always good to recognize potential talent early but we tend to get a little carried away with future pronouncements.

I used to maintain the Canadians Abroad list many years ago (before MLS) when most of our potential young talent was outsourced to Europe. I can't tell you how many young men who were trialling or even playing in the system of many high profile European clubs have gone by the wayside, hundreds. They were "household names" amongst the Voyageurs (NT fan club) for a short time and then disappeared into obscurity.

So its good to be positive and recognize talent but let's also temper it with some reality, there's a long road ahead for these young players.
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It's always good to recognize potential talent early but we tend to get a little carried away with future pronouncements.

I used to maintain the Canadians Abroad list many years ago (before MLS) when most of our potential young talent was outsourced to Europe. I can't tell you how many young men who were trialling or even playing in the system of many high profile European clubs have gone by the wayside, hundreds. They were "household names" amongst the Voyageurs (NT fan club) for a short time and then disappeared into obscurity.

So its good to be positive and recognize talent but let's also temper it with some reality, there's a long road ahead for these young players.
Haha I know, this is why I said the potential is there. Whether or not it happens remains to be seen.

He's already with the U18 national team at the age of 16 and was named MVP of a tournament they played back in Slovakia back in April. It's not out of question we see him with the national team in 2-3 years.
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Sports check has Umbro canada soccer apprel at 40% off in store.

You can pick up the official jerseys for under 50 bucks!
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Sports check has Umbro canada soccer apprel at 40% off in store.

You can pick up the official jerseys for under 50 bucks!
I've never been a fan of the official jersey. I just find it too.....plain, if that makes any sense.

With that said, I'll still probably buy one.
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I've never been a fan of the official jersey. I just find it too.....plain, if that makes any sense.

With that said, I'll still probably buy one.

They usually redo the jersey every 2 years. One of the reasons they look plain is because a lot of ppl dont get a name and number put on it.

A couple years ago umbro made the jersey with a black chevron. Really something unique.

This thread shows the history of the kits.

http://www.thevoyageurs.org/index.ph...s/#entry518731
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They usually redo the jersey every 2 years. One of the reasons they look plain is because a lot of ppl dont get a name and number put on it.

A couple years ago umbro made the jersey with a black chevron. Really something unique.

This thread shows the history of the kits.

http://www.thevoyageurs.org/index.ph...s/#entry518731
I'm really digging the 97/98 kits. They're beautiful and different.
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I've never been a fan of the official jersey. I just find it too.....plain, if that makes any sense.

With that said, I'll still probably buy one.
Agreed, it's fugly. Our national colours are so nice, they could have done something more inspired and stylish.
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Interesting article on Canada's underwhelming growth since their surprising Gold Cup victory in 2000. http://www.mlssoccer.com/goldcup/201...ntinue-lag-beh
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Canada to focus on Olympic development at 2015 Pan Am Games
canadasoccer.com 11 May 2015

As Canada’s Men’s and Women’s National Teams each face daunting summer challenges, another set of up-and-coming players will be just as busy as they take part in the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games.

In the women’s competition, Canada will field an Olympic Developmental U-18/U-23 squad. The group will look to gain experience in international competitions as they look to make the transition into more prominent roles at the senior level with the 2016 Olympic Games approaching and more tournaments like the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 on the horizon.

Coached by Canada’s Women’s EXCEL Program U-18/U-23 Director Danny Worthington, the team will play out of Group B with three other countries that will participate in this summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015.

They’ll open with a game against Ecuador on Saturday 11 July before further games against Costa Rica (15 July) and Brazil (19 July) as they look to defend the Gold Medal that was won four years ago at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara, MEX.

On the men’s side, the Pan American competition is an Olympic Developmental U-22 event and will be a valuable chance for the team to prepare for qualifying for the 2016 Olympics, which should get underway in the fall.

As the tournament runs concurrently with the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup, the final selection for the Pan American Games will be made based on remaining available players that can also be released from their professional environments.

With Men’s National Team Head Coach Benito Floro otherwise occupied in what will hopefully be a fruitful CONCACAF Gold Cup tournament, assistant coach Antonio Floro will be at the helm of the Pan American Games team so that a similar training structure and tactical environment with the senior team is maintained.

Canada will open Group A play with a mouthwatering fixture against Brazil on Sunday 12 July. Next up will be a game against CONCACAF rivals Panama (16 July) before they wrap up the round robin with a game against Peru (20 July).

The last time Canada took part in a men’s tournament in the Pan American Games was when Canada last hosted the event in Winnipeg in 1999. They finished just outside the medals in fourth after a close 1:2 loss to the United States in the Bronze Medal Game.

That tournament launched the careers of many future Men’s National Team players like Dwayne De Rosario, Patrice Bernier, and Lars Hirschfeld.

All soccer matches will be played at Tim Horton’s Field in Hamilton, ON. It will be renamed the CIBC Hamilton Pan Am Soccer Stadium for the duration of the event.

Canada’s final player selection for both Men’s and Women’s competitions is expected to be submitted and announced in early June.

Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games schedule is available at http://www.toronto2015.org/0/football-soccer-schedule.
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Canadian men's team nominated for TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games
Men's U-23 Team (Olympic) canadasoccer.com 19 June 2015

On Friday, the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) and Canada Soccer announced the soccer athletes who have been nominated to represent Canada in the men’s and women’s tournament at the TORONTO 2015 Pan American Games from 10 to 26 July this summer.

Canada’s lineup of 18 players features a number of quality young professionals that are just making their first steps into the world of professional soccer, with many of them already having played a few games at the senior level for Canada’s National Team.

The team will be making their first appearance at the Pan American Games since 1999 when they finished in fourth place at the tournament in Winnipeg. That tournament helped start the career of Dwayne De Rosario, the man who went onto become the record goal scorer for the Canadian Men’s National Team and is now a TORONTO 2015 Ambassador.

The team opens competition at the CIBC Hamilton Soccer Stadium on 12 July against world powerhouses Brazil before wrapping up play in Group A with games against Panama (16 July) and Peru (20 July).

The Pan American competition is an Olympic Developmental U-22 event and will be a valuable chance for the team (#canM23) to prepare for qualifying for the 2016 Olympics, which should get underway in the fall. All of the players on this Canadian team are professional players with the majority coming from Canada’s professional clubs.

The top two teams in both of the groups containing four teams will qualify for the medal rounds with the Gold Medal Game taking place on 26 July.

“I’m happy with our squad because I know the majority of the players. We know how they can work with us and develop. I hope that we can reach the semi-finals and we are really excited for that first game against Brazil because it’s a really important game for us.” Antonio Floro, Head Coach, Canada’s Men’s (M-23) Team.

Canada’s Men’s selection

Position- Name | Hometown | Club
M- Kevin Aleman | Brampton, ON | CRC / CS Herediano
M- Manuel Aparicio | Toronto, ON | CAN / Toronto FC (Toronto FC II)
F- Molham Babouli | Mississauga, ON | CAN / Toronto FC II
M- Louis Béland-Goyette | Montréal, QC | CAN / FC Montréal
D- Kevon Black | Brampton, ON | CAN / Toronto FC II
F- Hanson Boakai | Edmonton, AB | CAN / FC Edmonton
D- Adam Bouchard | Oakville, ON | CAN / FC Toronto II
F- Caleb Clarke | Richmond, BC | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC (VWFC2)
D- Alex Comsia | North Vancouver, BC | USA / Carolina Railhawks U-23
GK- Maxime Crépeau | Candiac, QC | CAN / Impact de Montréal (FC Montréal)
F- Raheem Edwards | Toronto, ON | CAN / Toronto FC II
D- Jackson Farmer | Edmonton, AB | CAN / Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2
F- Ben Fisk | Vancouver, BC | ESP / Coruxo FC
M- Jérémy Gagnon-Laparé | Sherbrooke, QC | CAN / Impact de Montréal
GK- Ricky Gomes | Kitchener, ON | NED / MVV Maastricht
D- Jonathan Grant | Pickering, ON | CAN / FC Montréal
D- Manjrekar James | North York, ON | HUN / Pécsi MFC
M- Chris Manella | Toronto, ON | CAN / Toronto FC (Toronto FC II)

Coaching staff
Antonio Floro | Head Coach | Silla, ESP
Francisco Javier Perez | Coach | Barcelona, ESP
Carmine Isacco | Coach | Vaughan, ON
Nuno Santos | Goalkeeper Coach | Setubal, POR
Jules Alie | Team Manager | Ottawa, ON
Brad Smith | Equipment Manager | Leicester, ENG
Sebastian Buitrago | Athletic Therapist | Mississauga, ON
Claudio Castro | Video Coordinator | Toronto, ON
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Canadian women's team nominated for TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games
Women's National Team / Olympic Team canadasoccer.com 19 June 2015

On Friday, the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) and Canada Soccer announced the soccer athletes who have been nominated to represent Canada in the men’s and women’s tournament at the TORONTO 2015 Pan American Games from 10 to 26 July this summer.

Canada’s roster features some of the most exciting young players in the world, including Kadeisha Buchanan, Ashley Lawrence, and Jessie Fleming, who are all in the Canadian squad for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™.

The Pan American Games have been good to Canada. The team will be coming in to defend the Gold Medal that was won four years ago in Guadalajara, which sent Canada on its way to a memorable Olympic Bronze Medal performance at the 2012 London Olympic Games.

Since women’s football made its debut in Pan American competition at the 1999 Winnipeg Games, Canada has one gold, one silver, one bronze medal, and a fourth place finish.

The team opens competition in Group B at the CIBC Hamilton Soccer Stadium on July 11 Ecuador before wrapping up play with games against Costa Rica (15 July) and Brazil (19 July).

“We are approaching this event with an Olympic depth focus and with ’the future’ in mind of increasing the current and future positional threshold of Canada’s Women’s National Team. It is a great opportunity for these girls to gain tournament expertise against five international teams that will pose different challenges.” Daniel Worthington, Head Coach, Canada’s Women’s Team.

Canada’s Women’s selection

Position- Name | Hometown | Club
F- Janine Beckie | Littlejohn, COL, USA | USA / Texas Tech University
D- Kadeisha Buchanan | Brampton, ON | USA / West Virginia University
F- Gabrielle Carle | Lévis, QC | CAN / AS Armada Chaudière-Est
F- Nkem Ezurike | Halifax, NS | USA / Boston Breakers
M- Emma Fletcher | Victoria, BC | USA / University of California
M- Jessie Fleming | London, ON | CAN / London Nor’West SC
M- Sarah Kinzner | Calgary, AB | CAN / Calgary Foothills SC
GK- Stephanie Labbé | Stony Plain, AB | Unattached
M- Ashley Lawrence | Toronto, ON | USA / West Virginia University
F- Marie Levasseur | Stoneham, QC | CAN / CS Haute St- Charles
D- Kinley McNicholl | Oakville, ON | USA / University of Wisconsin
D- Victoria Pickett | Barrie, ON | CAN / Glen Shields Soccer Club
F- Nichelle Prince | Ajax, ON | USA / The Ohio State University
D- Rebecca Quinn | Toronto, ON | USA / Duke University
GK - Kailen Sheridan | Whitby, ON | USA / Clemson University
D- Chelsea Stewart | Highland Ranch, CO, USA | USA / Western New York Flash
M- Danica Wu | Edmonton, AB | GER / Herdorfer
D- Shelina Zadorsky | London, ON | SWE / Vittsjö

Coaching staff
Daniel Worthington | Head Coach | Halifax, NS
John Herdman | Coach | Corsett, ENG
Simon Eaddy | Goalkeeper Coach | New Plymouth, NZL
Andrew Peat | Performance Analyst | Orewa, NZL
Kim Blake | Team Leader | Vancouver, BC
Andrew Cogliano | Team Doctor | London, ON
Patricia McBride | Lead Therapist | London, ON
Sarah Manson | Soccer Scientist | Vancouver, BC
Helen Holubec | Support Therapist | Toronto, ON
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Canadian women's team nominated for TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games
Women's National Team / Olympic Team canadasoccer.com 19 June 2015

On Friday, the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) and Canada Soccer announced the soccer athletes who have been nominated to represent Canada in the men’s and women’s tournament at the TORONTO 2015 Pan American Games from 10 to 26 July this summer.

Canada’s roster features some of the most exciting young players in the world, including Kadeisha Buchanan, Ashley Lawrence, and Jessie Fleming, who are all in the Canadian squad for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™.

The Pan American Games have been good to Canada. The team will be coming in to defend the Gold Medal that was won four years ago in Guadalajara, which sent Canada on its way to a memorable Olympic Bronze Medal performance at the 2012 London Olympic Games.

Since women’s football made its debut in Pan American competition at the 1999 Winnipeg Games, Canada has one gold, one silver, one bronze medal, and a fourth place finish.

The team opens competition in Group B at the CIBC Hamilton Soccer Stadium on July 11 Ecuador before wrapping up play with games against Costa Rica (15 July) and Brazil (19 July).

“We are approaching this event with an Olympic depth focus and with ’the future’ in mind of increasing the current and future positional threshold of Canada’s Women’s National Team. It is a great opportunity for these girls to gain tournament expertise against five international teams that will pose different challenges.” Daniel Worthington, Head Coach, Canada’s Women’s Team.

Canada’s Women’s selection

Position- Name | Hometown | Club
F- Janine Beckie | Littlejohn, COL, USA | USA / Texas Tech University
D- Kadeisha Buchanan | Brampton, ON | USA / West Virginia University
F- Gabrielle Carle | Lévis, QC | CAN / AS Armada Chaudière-Est
F- Nkem Ezurike | Halifax, NS | USA / Boston Breakers
M- Emma Fletcher | Victoria, BC | USA / University of California
M- Jessie Fleming | London, ON | CAN / London Nor’West SC
M- Sarah Kinzner | Calgary, AB | CAN / Calgary Foothills SC
GK- Stephanie Labbé | Stony Plain, AB | Unattached
M- Ashley Lawrence | Toronto, ON | USA / West Virginia University
F- Marie Levasseur | Stoneham, QC | CAN / CS Haute St- Charles
D- Kinley McNicholl | Oakville, ON | USA / University of Wisconsin
D- Victoria Pickett | Barrie, ON | CAN / Glen Shields Soccer Club
F- Nichelle Prince | Ajax, ON | USA / The Ohio State University
D- Rebecca Quinn | Toronto, ON | USA / Duke University
GK - Kailen Sheridan | Whitby, ON | USA / Clemson University
D- Chelsea Stewart | Highland Ranch, CO, USA | USA / Western New York Flash
M- Danica Wu | Edmonton, AB | GER / Herdorfer
D- Shelina Zadorsky | London, ON | SWE / Vittsjö

Coaching staff
Daniel Worthington | Head Coach | Halifax, NS
John Herdman | Coach | Corsett, ENG
Simon Eaddy | Goalkeeper Coach | New Plymouth, NZL
Andrew Peat | Performance Analyst | Orewa, NZL
Kim Blake | Team Leader | Vancouver, BC
Andrew Cogliano | Team Doctor | London, ON
Patricia McBride | Lead Therapist | London, ON
Sarah Manson | Soccer Scientist | Vancouver, BC
Helen Holubec | Support Therapist | Toronto, ON
Bold are those who were involved in the WWC.
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Frustrating first half against El Salvador. Larin misses an open net, Ricketts fails to pass, and the goalie bails us out so it's not 2-0 Salvador at half. They're the weakest team in this group and Canada's struggling. I don't think i've ever seen a defence and midfield melt away under pressure in their own box like Canada's has so far tonight.
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Yeah, we're bad. Larin's miss is worth a

This game shows our 109th FIFA ranking is not that wrong after all. 89th ranked El Salvador has had the better chances.
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This is painful to watch.
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Well this was disappointing!
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