The squad played 11 games in 2014 and finished with a record of 4W-2D-5L.
Canadian soccer history was on the line, but it was just not meant to be.
The road wasn’t easy: a tough draw versus Germany, a hard-fought draw against Korea DPR and then a nerve-wracking victory versus Ghana.
The final roster is set, as 21 players have been named to Canada’s U-17 Women’s World Cup squad.
The U-17 Women’s World Cup is less than two months away, which means the final preparations are beginning to unfold. A group of 29 players is currently in Florida for camp, which runs until January 28th.