World Cup 2022 - Match 27: Croatia vs. Canada
November 27 - 7pm AST/ 11am EST / 8am PST
Doha, Qatar – Khalifa International Stadium Croatia (4) - Canada (1)
Voyageurs "March to the Match" Video: https://youtu.be/gYJywAdfjqI
CWNT: Tokyo Summer Olympics 2020 Celebration Tour
Teams: Canada vs. South Korea
Date: Sunday, June 26, 3pm EST / 12pm Pacific
Location: Toronto, Canada - BMO Field
Final Score: 0-0
The CWNT make their third stop of their Tokyo Summer Olympics Gold Medal Celebration Tour at BMO Field in Toronto, Ontario. Hosting South Korea, this was the CWNT's final match before the 2022 CONCACAF Women's Championship where they will look to qualify for both the 2023 Women's World Cup and 2024 Summer Olympics.
CANWNT vs Nigeria at BC Place Stadium, Vancouver BC
April 11th 2022
Final Score: 2-0 Canada
A NIGHT OF SPECIAL MOMENTS
Immediately following team warm-up we’ll honour Canadian icon Christine Sinclair’s world international goalscoring record. In the lead-up to kick-off we’ll have a special Olympic Gold Medal celebration. At halftime, five Women’s National Team legends, including Randee Hermus, Karina LeBlanc, Brittany Timko, Martina Franko, and Karina LeBlanc, who have recently been inducted into the Canada Soccer Hall of Fame will be honoured. To cap things off we’ll mark a fond farewell to Stephanie Labbé on her retirement from Canada’s Women’s National Team.
In September of 1985, I was fortunate to travel to St. John’s for the clinching game of Canada vs Honduras. I was a naive 27 year old teacher and soccer coach and had organized support from our school by way of a huge painted paper banner, never thought about wind or rain, rolled it up took it on the plane unfurled it at the stadium, had lots of folks volunteer to hold it...and it all worked out! What a party in downtown StJohn’s afterwards, flew back to Nova Scotia on Sunday and back to school on Monday morning with great memories and soccer ambitions. I am retired now after a 35 year career and still supporting the national team and so very excited about this generation’s crop of talented players. Go Canada Go !