Canada Defends Well In 2-0 Victory Over Qatar

It certainly wasn't the biggest game of the international window for the Canadian Men's National Team, that comes on Tuesday afternoon when they take on Uruguay, but a 2-0 win over World Cup host Qatar allowed Les Rouges to start things with a bang. Coming into the contest, Canada was ranked 43rd in the FIFA… Continue reading Canada Defends Well In 2-0 Victory Over Qatar

Five Stages Of Grief – Canada (Lack Of) World Cup Kit Edition

There are five stages to grief. Denial, Anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. Over the last few months, it seems like many (including myself) have gone through all these stages regarding one pressing issue in Canadian soccer…no new World Cup kit. As we all come to terms with this, let’s reflect back on the five stages… Continue reading Five Stages Of Grief – Canada (Lack Of) World Cup Kit Edition

Herdman’s First Voyage: A Look Back at the 2015 FIFA World Cup

This November, the Canadian Men's national team will embark on their first World Cup campaign since 1986 and no matter what happens, the team will be able to look forward to another World Cup appearance in 2026, when Canada will co-host the tournament alongside Mexico and The United States. For the players, both playing in… Continue reading Herdman’s First Voyage: A Look Back at the 2015 FIFA World Cup

Ranking the 2026 World Cup Stadiums

As of June 16th, 2022, we know the stadiums that will welcome the world for the 2026 FIFA World Cup held across North America. Staged across three countries, four time zones, and two oceans, this World Cup is spread across all of the North American continent, and as such, there is a vast variety of… Continue reading Ranking the 2026 World Cup Stadiums

The Possible Fallout From a Tough Few Weeks for Canadian Soccer

It just wasn’t meant to be it seems. After the debacle of arranging a friendly against Iran and then cancelling it, the game against rearranged opponents Panama has now also been cancelled due to a player's strike. The players and the governing body, Canada Soccer Association (CSA) failed to reach an agreement regarding how World… Continue reading The Possible Fallout From a Tough Few Weeks for Canadian Soccer

Nations League Is Important for Canada, CONCACAF

Everyone in the soccer world is aware of Canada's impressive world cup qualifying run. Topping the table over CONCACAF powerhouses in the likes of Mexico and the U.S.A., Canada finished first with 28 points and an 8-4-2 record, while only allowing seven goals against in the 14 games played. Now being drawn into a group… Continue reading Nations League Is Important for Canada, CONCACAF

Top 5 Moments In Canada’s World Cup Qualification

After a long, long, wait Canada is finally back on soccer's biggest stage! The current team has thoroughly deserved their place in Qatar and they have been utterly scintillating all throughout World Cup qualification, even securing their place with a game to spare! There was many key and iconic moment formed along the way, and… Continue reading Top 5 Moments In Canada’s World Cup Qualification

Canada Secure World Cup Qualification!

Canada’s international window of destiny was here! After a long campaign that started in March 2021, Canada finally had the chance to secure World Cup qualification for the first time since 1985. One win in the last three games would be good enough to qualify. This is what happened in Canada’s last three World Cup… Continue reading Canada Secure World Cup Qualification!