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Canada will play their final home match in the Concacaf Final Round of FIFA World Cup Qualifiers at BMO Field in Toronto, Ontario on 27 March 2022. The Sunday afternoon fixture comes in the middle of a three-match FIFA window for the Men’s National Team who will face Costa Rica away on 24 March, Jamaica at home on 27 March, and then Panama away on 30 March. Ticket details will be announced in the coming weeks for the pivotal FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ Qualifiers match. The Canada home match kicks off at 16.00 local time.
 
Canada sits undefeated at the top of the table in the Concacaf Final Round of FIFA World Cup Qualifiers with 25 points after 11 matches. Canada have won six matches in a row dating back to their last home match in Toronto on 13 October against Panama. Canada are now four points up on both USA and Mexico and eight points ahead of fourth-place Panama.
 
Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team are undefeated in 19 consecutive matches at BMO Field since 1 June 2011, including three matches in the Concacaf Final Round of FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. In the most recent FIFA window, Canada won away in Honduras for the first time since 1985, beat USA in FIFA World Cup Qualifiers for the first time since 1980, and won away in El Salvador for the first time since 1996. Canadian fans continue to show their ardent support for the Men’s National Team in the stands, online and through record viewership across all broadcast platforms including OneSoccer, Sportsnet and RDS.
 
All matches in Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team World Cup Qualifiers will be broadcast LIVE on OneSoccer, including TELUS channel 980, onesoccer.ca, Sportsnet and RDS. Fans will find extended coverage across Canada Soccer’s digital channels on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube featuring the hashtag #CANMNT.
 
CANADA SOCCER’S MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM PROGRAM
Canada are undefeated across 11 matches since the start of the Concacaf Final Round in September 2021. Across the past two years including FIFA World Cup Qualifiers and the Concacaf Gold Cup, Canada have posted 16 wins, four draws and two losses in 22 international “A” matches. This marks the first time since 1997 that Canada have reached the Concacaf Final Round of FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. From the Concacaf Final Round of eight nations, the top-three nations automatically qualify for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ and the fourth-best nation advance to an inter-continental playoff for additional FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™Qualifiers.
 
Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team are two-time Concacaf champions, previously winning the 1985 Concacaf Championship and 2000 Concacaf Gold Cup. This year marked Canada’s 15th participation at the Concacaf Gold Cup since 1991. Along with their first-place finish in 2000, Canada reached the Semifinals in 2002, 2007, and 2021. Across the past five years from 2017 to 2021, Canada are one of only four nations that finished top-six across all four Concacaf major tournaments: fifth place in Concacaf Nations League A, sixth place at both the 2017 and 2019 Concacaf Gold Cups, and a semi-final finish at the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup.

MEDIA CONTACTS

Richard Scott
National Teams Program | Programme de l’équipe nationale
rscott@canadasoccer.com
m. +1 613.818.0305

Marianne Gagné
National Teams Program | Programme de l’équipe nationale
mgagne@canadasoccer.com
m. +1 613.402.3869