Category: Canadian National Team

Canada’s To-Do List Between Now and 2026

Canada’s To-Do List Between Now and 2026

The 2022 FIFA World Cup has come and gone, and now Canada’s attention must be geared towards their home World Cup in 2026. Three is three and a half years to go, giving Canada plenty of time to put themselves in the best position possible come 2026 and beyond, and here are seven ways in … Continue reading Canada’s To-Do List Between Now and 2026

Honours Even As Alistair Johnston Shines In Celtic Debut

Honours Even As Alistair Johnston Shines In Celtic Debut

Two days into his move from CF Montreal to Celtic becoming official, Alistair Johnston stunned many on either side of the Atlantic by making his debut against Rangers at Ibrox. It’s a fixture that can define the careers of Celtic players, and how Johnston got on in this fixture will go along way toward how … Continue reading Honours Even As Alistair Johnston Shines In Celtic Debut

Making The Case For The Six Canada Player of The Year Nominees

Making The Case For The Six Canada Player of The Year Nominees

It’s that time of year again, in a year where the men's team reached unseen heights and the women continue to be amongst the very best in the world, it has been a great 2022 for Canadian soccer! Tonight, the winners of the Men's and Women’s player of the year will be announced, with three … Continue reading Making The Case For The Six Canada Player of The Year Nominees

Canada Has Nothing to be Ashamed of After World Cup

Canada Has Nothing to be Ashamed of After World Cup

Two games was all it took for Group F to seal Canada's World Cup fate and send them home, and after one more game, worth something in terms of this World Cup only for Morocco, Canada's time in Qatar has come to a close. On paper, a 1-0 loss to Belgium, a 4-1 loss to … Continue reading Canada Has Nothing to be Ashamed of After World Cup

How Will The CONCACAF Nations Get On In Qatar?

How Will The CONCACAF Nations Get On In Qatar?

In 2026, the biggest football (soccer) party in the world comes to CONCACAF as the United bid of Canada, Mexico, and The United States of America host the World Cup. But before then, there’s the small matter of 2022 and there are four CONCACAF teams looking to leave their mark on the tournament. Each team … Continue reading How Will The CONCACAF Nations Get On In Qatar?

Belgium’s Loss to Egypt Can Serve Lesson for Canada

Belgium’s Loss to Egypt Can Serve Lesson for Canada

If football fans in Canada needed another reason to believe that the Canadian Men's National Team could turn some heads at the World Cup next week, they got one in the form of Belgium, their matchday one opponent, falling to Egypt in a friendly. A final score of 2-1 was not what people were expecting, … Continue reading Belgium’s Loss to Egypt Can Serve Lesson for Canada

Five Canadians Primed For A Big Move After The World Cup

Five Canadians Primed For A Big Move After The World Cup

The 2022 World Cup ends in December, which makes it the perfect opportunity for many Canadian players to put themselves in the shop window. While many players for Canada are playing at a good level already, there is a handful of players who know that if they in particular can impress, then a big career-changing … Continue reading Five Canadians Primed For A Big Move After The World Cup

Canada’s Coaches are Champions: Anywhere but Here

Canada’s Coaches are Champions: Anywhere but Here

Rhian Wilkinson led the Portland Thorns to a title in the NWSL this year.  Missed the Shield by one point. Took over a team that was already successful, but in her first year had to win them over to her style of play. To her style of player management. All amidst the shadow of an … Continue reading Canada’s Coaches are Champions: Anywhere but Here

Canada’s Hot Start Leads to Victory Over Brazil

Canada’s Hot Start Leads to Victory Over Brazil

The Canadian Women's National Team continued their preparations for the Women's World Cup, which is rapidly approaching, being held in Australia and New Zealand that will begin at the end of July of next year. A trip to Brazil for a pair of games started nicely for Les Rouges, who bested Brazil by a scoreline … Continue reading Canada’s Hot Start Leads to Victory Over Brazil