Tickets to go on sale Friday 17 December for Canada v USA FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ Qualifier in Hamilton
Canada Soccer has announced that tickets for the highly anticipated Men’s National Team FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ Qualifier against USA Sunday 30 January at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton, presented by Oat Canada, will go on sale to the public on Friday 17 December at 10.00 ET / 07.00 PT via Ticketmaster.ca. The match is scheduled to kick off at 15.00 ET / 12.00 PT.
With Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team riding a groundswell of momentum built across the country as Canadians have rallied behind the team’s inspiring quest for Qatar, the torch now passes to Hamilton to build a ‘sea of red’ support inside Tim Hortons Field on match day.
The Canadian squad currently sit top of the table in the Concacaf Final Round of FIFA World Cup Qualifiers following a pair of historic victories at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton this past November. In all, Canada is the only nation to remain undefeated through eight matches played in the Final Round ‘Octagon’.
The Canada v USA match will be the second of three Qualifiers matches Canada will play in the critical January FIFA window, with Canada facing away trips to Honduras (27 January) and El Salvador (2 February) on either side of the 30 January match on home soil in Hamilton. All matches in Canada’s FIFA World Cup Qualifiers campaign will be broadcast LIVE on OneSoccer (including OneSoccer.ca, Fubo.tv and Telus channel 980) and Sportsnet and RDS.
All international matches held in Canada are subject to all public health considerations to ensure the safety of all players and fans. Notably, all fans in attendance will be required to demonstrate proof of full vaccination to enter the stadium and must follow City of Hamilton, Province of Ontario, and Tim Hortons Field COVID protocols and guidelines, including wearing a mask. For more information, visit https://ticats.ca/return-to-stadium.
Advance Presale Window
In advance of the 17 December public ticket onsale, a special presale window will be available for #CanadaRED subscribers registered by Friday 26 November 2021.
Club level seating at Tim Hortons Field offers access to the climate-controlled Club Level lounge space, wider, more comfortable seats, fantastic sightlines to the entire pitch, and premium food and beverage options. To purchase club level seats visit Ticketmaster.ca.
Voyageurs Canadian Supporters Group
The Voyageurs Canadian Supporters Group has been allocated designated sections in the Northwest and Northeast stands at Tim Hortons Field. For more information on securing tickets with the Voyageurs Canadian Supporters please visit www.thevoyageurs.org. Please note that persistent standing will be permitted in these sections.
Visiting supporters have been allocated designated seating in Section 218 at Tim Hortons Field and are strongly encouraged to purchase tickets in this allocated section. To purchase seats in the visiting supporters’ section please contact US Soccer at email@example.com.
For complete ticket information visit www.canadasoccer.com.
CANADA SOCCER’S MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM PROGRAM
Canada has built plenty of momentum in a landmark year for the Men’s National Team Program that featured a record 19 international matches including FIFA World Cup Qualifiers and the Concacaf Gold Cup. Canada have posted a record of 13-4-2 with nine clean sheets and a record 55 goals scored. Canada also set a record with eight consecutive wins and reached the Concacaf Gold Cup Semifinals for the first time since 2007.
Canada have played eight of their 14 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers in the Concacaf Final Round from September through November 2021: three matches in September, three matches in October, and two matches in November. In 2022, Canada will play three more matches in January/February and three more matches in March. Along with Honduras, USA and El Salvador, Canada’s other opponents in the Concacaf Final Round are Costa Rica, Jamaica, Mexico, and Panama.
To reach the Concacaf Final Round, Canada won their First-Round group against Aruba, Bermuda, Cayman Islands and Suriname, then eliminated Haiti in a head-to-head Second Round series. 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.
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