This marks Canada’s first Round of 16 match at the Women’s World Cup since 2003. The Reds will take on Switzerland, a side they’ve never lost to in their previous meetings. A sellout is expect at Vancouver’s BC Place.
This marks Canada’s third match of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Canada has never lost to the Netherlands and won 1:0 in their last meeting.
This marks Canada’s second match of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Canada hasn’t played New Zealand since 2012, but they do have a winning record against the Football Ferns.
This marks Canada’s opening match of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Over 55,000 spectators are expected to be on hand in Edmonton when Canada faces China.
The next couple of weeks will be something special for Melissa Tancredi. First up is her 100th appearance in red and white silks, when the squad takes to the pitch for their friendly versus England. Not only will she achieve the milestone in Canada, she’ll do it surrounded by family and friends in the city where she grew up. Just a week and a day later, the 33-year-old will hit the field in Edmonton for the opening match of the Women’s World Cup.
Don’t let Desiree Scott’s small stature fool you. She’s one of the most imposing central defensive midfielders in the women’s game because of her grit, determination and work ethic.
When you speak to centre back Carmelina Moscato, you soon learn that the journey isn’t always easy. However, when you get there, it’s worth it. She was recently named to her third Women’s World Cup team and she can’t wait to hit the pitch in June to represent her country.