Two games, two wins, and a spot booked at the CONCACAF Nations League Finals in Las Vegas. John Herdman’s side got back up and running after the World Cup in style, and are back to dominating CONCACAF. During the two games against Curaçao (2-0 win) and Honduras (4-1 win) there was plenty of little tidbits … Continue reading What We Learned About Canada From The March 2023 International Window
Excitement Looms For Four Potential CMNT Debutants
It’s been nearly four months since the CMNT last played a match, and after the high of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Canada are back in CONCACAF action with two Nations League games against Curaçao and Honduras. The squad has been refreshed, nine players from the world squad are out, but four Canadians have been … Continue reading Excitement Looms For Four Potential CMNT Debutants
Violette AC have endured countless struggles but fought through them all
The power of football has constantly been its ability to pull people together through the toughest of times. It can inspire and make positive change ripple through any society. This is exactly what Violette AC, the Haitian team who has become a front-page story following their Champions League giant-killing of Austin FC, is looking to … Continue reading Violette AC have endured countless struggles but fought through them all
MLS: ‘Murica Loves Itself
Pro Soccer for Canadians is a ton of hard work, endless dedication, a touch of good luck…and the right documents. Everyone knows I am a Forge fan. My ability to dampen my bias is sometimes suspect. (All right, it’s impossible). But while this piece was influenced by discussions with Forge players, I see this around … Continue reading MLS: ‘Murica Loves Itself
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?
Atiba Hutchinson – A Last Dance Worth Waiting For
Canada’s first World Cup appearance since 1986 will be soon upon us, and for millions of Canadians it’ll be the first time they see their country at a World Cup! In fact, in the current Canada national team set up, only one player was even alive when Canada was last at a World Cup, thirty-nine … Continue reading Atiba Hutchinson – A Last Dance Worth Waiting For
Ten Years On – We Look Back At THAT Infamous Night In Honduras
This November, Atiba Hutchinson (barring injury) will lead Canada out to their first World Cup since 1986. Thirty-six years is a long time, but in a Canada context, the squad has came a long way in even just the last decade. Ten years beforehand back in 2012. Hutchinson was on the pitch for one of … Continue reading Ten Years On – We Look Back At THAT Infamous Night In Honduras
Tails never Fails! The story of Canada’s 2000 GOLD Cup Triumph!
From 1986 to 2021, the reputation of the Canadian men’s national team was that of a team that wasn’t going anywhere in a hurry, struggling to make an impact on the international stage and failing to qualify for eight consecutive World Cups. But that doesn’t mean it was all doom and gloom, and twenty-two years … Continue reading Tails never Fails! The story of Canada’s 2000 GOLD Cup Triumph!
Canada’s History Against CONCACAF
Canada is gearing up for The World Cup this upcoming November but first, they have to play their first two matches in CONCACAF's Nation League where they are grouped with Curacao and Honduras. This will be the second Nations league in history and the U.S.A. will be defending their title after beating Canada out of … Continue reading Canada’s History Against CONCACAF