Canada is back at the Algarve Cup for the first time since 2003. The roster could see three players making their senior debuts.
John Herdman has brought to 23 players to the final camp before the Olympic qualification tournament in February.
As Canada prepares for 2016 Olympic qualifications and a December tournament in Brazil, John Herdman and his coaching staff have brought together a group of players for camp in Vancouver.
Let’s take a look at some of the Canadian-born NCAA stats leaders as of September 22nd.
The NCAA season is just around the corner and a number of Canadians are looking to take another jump in their careers. The list includes those who have already etched impressive numbers in college and one who is just getting started.
Canada will look to defend its gold medal finish in 2011 on home soil, with matches taking place at Hamilton’s Tim Hortons Field. The Canadian roster features players all under the age of 30, with the focus on developing and give them experience on the international stage.
This marks Canada’s first quarterfinal match at the Women’s World Cup since 2003. The Reds will take on England, a side they recently defeated in a friendly. A sellout is expect at Vancouver’s BC Place.