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Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team have announced their squad for the upcoming November 2022 international matches against Brazil. Canada will travel to first play Brazil on Friday 11 November at Vila Belmiro, in Santos, and conclude their series Tuesday 15 November at Química Arena, in São Paulo.

“The group is excited to get back together again for one last push of 2022 against a top team,” said Bev Priestman, Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team Head Coach. “With some of the roster realities it provides us with an opportunity to invite and assess some young talent who recently represented Canada at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup. 2022 has really given me the opportunity to develop squad depth for 2023 and 2024, which is fantastic and exactly what we know helps teams be successful in tournament football.”

Canada’s November matches will be broadcast live on OneSoccer, available as a linear channel on Telus’s Optik TV (Channel 980) as well as online at, through the OneSoccer app and on the fuboTV Canada platform. Both matches will kick off at 13.15 ET / 10.15 PT (15.15 local). Fans will find extended coverage for the matches across Canada Soccer’s digital channels on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube featuring the hashtag #CANWNT.

Canada have a long history with Brazil having first faced them in 1996. Both teams have been well matched throughout the years with Canada having a record of eight wins, nine draws, and nine losses against Brazil. The last time the two teams met was on 30 July 2021 at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, when Canada beat Brazil 4-3 in penalties after going scoreless in regular and extra time.

Canada won all of their matches in the past September and October international windows. In their two-match series in September against Australia, they had a 1:0 victory on Saturday 3 September and a 2:1 victory on Tuesday 6 September 2022. They followed up those performances in the October international window with back-to-back wins, defeating Argentina 2:0 on Thursday 6 October 2022 and Morocco 4:0 on Monday 10 October 2022. 

FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™
This camp will mark the first international window since the Official Draw for the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ on 22 October 2022 in Auckland, New Zealand, where Canada learned more about the path that lies ahead of the biggest tournament in the world. Canada’s schedule begins with Nigeria on Friday 21 July in Melbourne, continues with Republic of Ireland on Wednesday 26 July in Perth, and finishes with Australia on Monday 31 July in Melbourne.

The FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™, which will be held from 20 July 2023 to 20 August 2023, will see 30 nations join the hosts Australia and New Zealand who have already qualified for the biggest tournament in the world. The FIFA Women’s World Cup™ will be a tournament of firsts. In 2023, fans will see 32 nations playing 64 matches across nine host cities in Australia and New Zealand for the first time in FIFA Women’s World Cup™ history.

Three players have received their first call-up to Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team after having stand-out performances at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup India 2022: Ella Ottey, Amanda Allen and Annabelle Chukwu of NDC-CDN Ontario.

Ashley Lawrence of Paris Saint-Germain and Christine Sinclair of Portland Thorns FC will both return to the Canada lineup after not being available for the last Canada camp in October. With 317 international “A” appearances, Sinclair is the most experienced international player in the November squad. Sinclair has made 305 starts, scored 190 goals, and helped Canada post 170 wins. She is a 14-time Canada Soccer Player of the Year and two-time Canadian Athlete of the Year.

Sinclair is one of 8 Canada players based in the National Women’s Soccer League alongside Kailen Sheridan of San Diego Wave FC, Sophie Schmidt and Nichelle Prince of Houston Dash, Bianca St-Georges of Chicago Red Stars, Quinn and Jordyn Huitema of OL Reign, and Desiree Scott of Kansas City Current.

The rest of the Canada squad features returning players based in Europe and includes Kadeisha Buchanan of Chelsea FC, Sabrina D’Angelo of Vittsjö GIK, Jessie Fleming of Chelsea FC, Julia Grosso of Juventus FC, Cloé Lacasse of SL Benfica, Clarissa Larisey of Glasgow Celtic FC, Adriana Leon of Manchester United FC, Marie Levasseur of Fleury FC, Lysianne Proulx of SCU Torreense, Evelyne Viens and Gabrielle Carle of Kristianstads DFF, Sura Yekka of Le Havre AC, and Shelina Zadorsky of Tottenham Hotspur.

Unavailable for the November camp are players Janine Beckie of Portland Thorns FC, Vanessa Gilles of FCF Olympique Lyonnais, Deanne Rose of Reading FC, Allysha Chapman of Houston Dash, Simi Awujo and Zoe Burns of the University of Southern California and Jayde Riviere of the University of Michigan.

Canada are Olympic champions (Tokyo 2020), two-time bronze medal winners (2012 and 2016), and two-time Concacaf champions (1998 and 2010). In all, Canada have participated in seven consecutive editions of the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ (1995 to 2019) and four consecutive editions of the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament (2008 to 2021). At Tokyo 2020, Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team became the first Canadian team to win three consecutive medals at the Summer Olympic Games and just the third nation in the world to win three medals in women’s soccer.

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Youth Teams, meanwhile, have won four Concacaf youth titles: the 2004 and 2008 Concacaf Women’s Under-20 Championship, the 2010 Concacaf Women’s Under-17 Championship, and the 2014 Concacaf Girls’ Under-15 Championship. Canada have qualified for eight editions of the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup (including a silver medal at Canada 2002) and all seven editions of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup (including a fourth-place finish at Uruguay 2018).

GK- Sabrina D’Angelo | SWE / Vittsjö GIK
GK- Lysianne Proulx | POR / SCU Torreense
GK- Kailen Sheridan | USA / San Diego Wave FC
CB- Kadeisha Buchanan | ENG / Chelsea FC
CB- Shelina Zadorsky | ENG / Tottenham Hotspur
FB- Gabrielle Carle | SWE / Kristianstads DFF
FB- Ashley Lawrence | FRA / Paris Saint-Germain
FB- Bianca St-Georges | USA / Chicago Red Stars
FB- Ella Ottey | CAN / NDC-CDN Ontario
FB- Marie Levasseur | FRA / Fleury FC 
FB/CB- Sura Yekka | FRA / Le Havre AC
M- Jessie Fleming | ENG / Chelsea FC
M- Julia Grosso | ITA / Juventus FC
M- Quinn | USA / OL Reign
M- Sophie Schmidt | USA / Houston Dash
M- Desiree Scott | USA / Kansas City Current
M- Christine Sinclair | USA / Portland Thorns FC
F- Amanda Allen | CAN / NDC-CDN Ontario
F- Annabelle Chukwu | CAN / NDC-CDN Ontario
F- Jordyn Huitema | USA / OL Reign
F- Cloé Lacasse | POR / SL Benfica
F- Clarissa Larisey | SCO / Glasgow Celtic FC
F- Adriana Leon | ENG / Manchester United FC
F- Nichelle Prince | USA / Houston Dash
F- Evelyne Viens | SWE / Kristianstads DFF

Player | Pronouns | Birthyear | City in which they grew up | Notable youth clubs
Allen, Amanda | she / her | 17 | Mississauga, ON | North Mississauga SC
Buchanan, Kadeisha | she/her | 26 | Brampton, ON, CAN | Brams United SC
Carle, Gabrielle | she/her | 23 | Lévis, QC, CAN | AS Chaudière-Est
Chukwu, Annabelle | she/her | 15 | Gravesend, Kent & Ottawa, ON | Ottawa South United SC
D’Angelo, Sabrina | she/her | 29 | Welland, ON, CAN | Welland SC Wizards
Fleming, Jessie | she/her | 24 | London, ON, CAN | Nor’West Optimist SC
Grosso, Julia | she/her | 22 | Vancouver, BC, CAN | Vancouver’s Italian Canadian SF
Huitema, Jordyn | she/her | 21 | Chilliwack, BC, CAN | Chilliwack FC
Levasseur, Marie | she/her | 25 | Stoneham, QC, CAN | CS Haute-St-Charles
Lacasse, Cloé | she/her | 29 | Sudbury, ON, CAN | Sudbury
Lawrence, Ashley | she/her | 27 | Caledon East, ON, CAN | Brams United SC
Larisey, Clarissa | she/her | 23 | Ottawa, ON, CAN |
Leon, Adriana | she/her | 29 | Maple and King City, ON, CAN | Vaughan Azzuri
Ottey, Ella | she/her | 17 | Toronto, ON | Dixie SC
Prince, Nichelle | she/her | 27 | Ajax, ON, CAN | Ajax SC
Proulx, Lysianne | she/her | 23 | Boucherville, QC, CAN | CS Boucherville
Quinn | they/their | 27 | Toronto, ON, CAN | North Toronto SC
Schmidt, Sophie | she/her | 34 | Abbotsford, BC, CAN | Abbotsford
Scott, Desiree | she/her | 35 | Winnipeg, MB, CAN | Maples Cougars
Sheridan, Kailen | she/her | 27 | Whitby, ON, CAN | Pickering SC
Sinclair, Christine | she/her | 39 | Burnaby, BC, CAN | South Burnaby Metro Club Bees
St-Georges, Bianca | she/her | 25 | St-Charles-Borommée, QC, CAN | St-Félix De Valois
Viens, Evelyne | she/her | 25 | L’Ancienne-Lorette, QC, CAN | AS Mistral Laurentien
Yekka, Sura | she/her | 25 | Mississauga, ON, CAN | North Mississauga SC
Zadorsky, Shelina | she/her | 29 | Kitchener & London, ON, CAN | Kitchener SC


Richard Scott
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Marianne Gagné
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Philomène Sully-Bitsi
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