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CANADA SOCCER

CONTENTS / TABLE DES MATIÈRES

Players of the Year / joueurs de l’année.................................................................................................................................4 Men’s National Team / équipe nationale masculine...............................................................................................................7 Men’s National Team Records & Leaders / records et leaders de l’équipe nationales masculine.........................................8 Men’s National Team Players / tous les joueurs de l’équipe nationale masculine...............................................................16 Men’s National Team & Olympic Results / résultats de l’équipe nationale masculine..........................................................23 Men’s National Youth Teams Results / résultats des équipes nationales masculines juvéniles...........................................92 Beach Soccer Results / résultats de l’équipe nationale de Beach Soccer......................................................................... 110 Futsal Results / résultats de l’équipe nationale de futsal................................................................................................... 112 Para Soccer Results / résultats de l’équipe nationale de para soccer............................................................................... 114 Women’s National Team / équipe nationale féminine........................................................................................................121 Women’s National Team Records & Leaders / records et leaders de l’équipe nationale féminine....................................122 Women’s National Team Players / tous les joueuses de l’équipe nationale féminine........................................................130 Women’s National Team Results / résultats de l’équipe nationale féminine......................................................................133 Christine Sinclair : All-time International Goalscoring Record / record international de buts de tous les temps................188 Women’s National Youth Teams Results / résultats des équipe nationales féminines juvéniles........................................190 Canada Soccer Hall of Fame / Temple de la Renommée de Canada Soccer Honoured Members / membres honorés...........................................................................................................................200 Teams & Organisations of Distinction / équipes et organisations de distinction................................................................201 Canada Soccer Honour Roll / tableau d’honneur de Canada Soccer................................................................................202


CANADA SOCCER HONOURS / HONEURS

PLAYERS OF THE YEAR / JOUEURS DE L’ANNÉE YR/AN 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

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Canadian Players / Joueurs canadiens Alphonso Davies and/et Kadeisha Buchanan Jonathan David and/et Ashley Lawrence Alphonso Davies and/et Christine Sinclair Atiba Hutchinson and/et Kadeisha Buchanan Atiba Hutchinson and/et Christine Sinclair Atiba Hutchinson and/et Kadeisha Buchanan Atiba Hutchinson and/et Christine Sinclair Will Johnson and/et Christine Sinclair Atiba Hutchinson and/et Christine Sinclair Dwayne De Rosario and/et Christine Sinclair Atiba Hutchinson and/et Christine Sinclair Simeon Jackson and/et Christine Sinclair Julian de Guzman and/et Christine Sinclair Dwayne De Rosario and/et Christine Sinclair Dwayne De Rosario and/et Christine Sinclair Dwayne De Rosario and/et Christine Sinclair Paul Stalteri and/et Christine Sinclair Pat Onstad and/et Charmaine Hooper Jason deVos and/et Charmaine Hooper Paul Stalteri and/et Andrea Neil Craig Forrest and/et Christine Sinclair Jim Brennan and/et Geraldine Donnelly Tomasz Radzinski and/et Silvana Burtini Mark Watson and/et Janine Helland Paul Peschisolido and/et Geraldine Donnelly Alex Bunbury and/et Charmaine Hooper Craig Forrest and/et Charmaine Hooper Alex Bunbury

Runners Up / Deuxième place Jonathan David and/et Christine Sinclair Alphonso Davies and/et Janine Beckie Atiba Hutcihnson and/et Kadeisha Buchanan Scott Arfield and/et Christine Sinclair Cyle Larin and/et Ashley Lawrence Cyle Larin and/et Josée Bélanger Milan Borjan and/et Erin McLeod Atiba Hutchinson and/et Diana Matheson Dwayne De Rosario and/et Diana Matheson Simeon Jackson and/et Sophie Schmidt Dwayne De Rosario and/et Diana Matheson Dwayne De Rosario and/et Karina LeBlanc Dwayne De Rosario and/et Erin McLeod Julian de Guzman and/et Erin McLeod Atiba Hutchinson and/et Randee Hermus Paul Stalteri and/et Randee Hermus Tomasz Radzinski and/et Christine Sinclair Nick Dasovic and/et Janine Helland Craig Forrest and/et Janine Helland Paul Peschisolido and/et Silvana Burtini Nick Dasovic and/et Silvana Burtini Craig Forrest


PLAYER AWARDS

CANADA MNT

CANADA SOCCER

YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR

Joueur canadien juvénile internationale de l’année Tajon Buchanan and/et Jade Rose Jayden Nelson and/et Olivia Smith Derek Cornelius and/et Jordyn Huitema

Runners Up / Deuxième place Alistair Johnston and/et Emma Regan Gianfranco Facchineri and/et Jade Rose Jonathan David and/et Julia Grosso

PARA SOCCER

YR/AN 2020 2019 2018 2017

Canadian Players / Joueurs canadiens Mohamed Farsi Luis Rocha Nazim Belguendouz Jacob Orellana

YR/AN 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012

HALL of FAME

CANADA WNT

FUTSAL

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YR/AN 2020 2019 2018

Canadian Players / Joueurs canadiens Samuel Charron Damien Wojtiw Jamie Ackinclose Samuel Charron Trevor Stiles Liam Stanley Liam Stanley Brendon McAdam

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CANADA SOCCER

#CANMNT MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM ÉQUIPE NATIONALE MASCULINE v Concacaf 108-67-75 v CONMEBOL 2-7-11 v OFC 5-1-1

2020 2-0-1 2019 6-0-3

JOHN HERDMAN ”A” RECORD :

2018 4-0-0 2017 4-3-2

2016 3-1-6 2015 6-6-2

v AFC v UEFA v CAF

11-3-15 11-11-48 3-3-9

CANADA MNT

RECORD : 140-92-159 HOME / DOMICILE : 60-24-39 FIFA / CONCACAF : 75-48-57

12-0-4

1986

WORLD CUP

CANADA QUALIFIED FOR THE 1986 FIFA WORLD CUP FINALS ON 14 SEPTEMBER 1985 IN ST. JOHN’S

CANADA WNT

2X

1985 2000 CONCACAF CHAMPIONS

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HIGHLIGHTS / FAITS SAILLANTS

LE CANADA SE QUALIFIE AU TERME D’UN MATCH AU PARC KING GEORGE V À ST. JOHN’S

CONCACAF CHAMPIONS / CHAMPIONS DE LA CONCACAF Concacaf Men’s Championship / Championnat masculin de la Concacaf Concacaf Gold Cup / Coupe d’Or de la Concacaf Concacaf Men’s Under-20 Championship / Championnat masculin U20

1985 2000 1986 & 1996

HALL of FAME

FIFA WORLD CUPS / LES COUPES DU MONDE DE LA FIFA

FIFA World Cup™ / Coupe du Monde de la FIFA™ 1986 FIFA Confederations Cup / Coupe des Confédérations 2001 FIFA U-20 World Cup / Coupe du Monde U-20 1979, 1985, 1987, 1997, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007 FIFA U-17 World Cup / Coupe du Monde U-17 1987, 1989, 1993, 1995, 2011, 2013, 2019

OLYMPIC TOURNAMENTS / TOURNOIS OLYMPIQUES

Men’s Olympic Football Tournament / Tournoi Olympique de Football

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ÉQUIPE NATIONALE MASCULINE « A » CANADA MNT : YEAR-BY-YEAR International matches through 31 December 2020. / Matchs internationaux jusqu’au 31 décembre 2020. (All years and all tournaments and friendlies / toutes les années et tous les tournois et matchs amicaux) YR TEAM MP RECORD GF GA CS HOME FIFA & CONCACAF MINUTES LEADER 1957 CAN MNT 4 2W-0D-2L 8 8 0 1-0-0 2-0-2 FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers 360 (Several) 1968 CAN MNT 4 2W-1D-1L 8 3 1 2-0-0 2-1-1 FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers 360 (Several) 1972 CAN MNT 4 1W-1D-2L 6 7 0 1-0-1 1-1-2 FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers 360 (Several) 1973 CAN MNT 6 2W-0D-4L 5 12 2 0-0-2 - 540 S.Lenarduzzi 1974 CAN MNT 3 0W-1D-2L 0 4 1 - - 270 (Several) 1975 CAN MNT 1 0W-0D-1L 0 4 0 - - 90 (Several) 1976 CAN MNT 5 2W-2D-1L 5 3 3 1-1-0 2-2-1 FIFA WCQ 450 Iarucci, B. Lenarduzzi, B.Wilson 1977 CAN MNT 6 2W-2D-2L 8 9 1 - 2-1-2 FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers 540 Garry Ayre 1980 CAN MNT 8 4W-3D-1L 12 5 4 3-1-0 1-3-0 FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers 720 Gray, McGrane 1981 CAN MNT 7 3W-3D-1L 12 9 1 - 1-3-1 FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers 630 Iarusci, B.Wilson 1983 CAN MNT 6 0W-0D-6L 1 15 0 0-0-3 - 360 Bruce Wilson 1984 CAN MNT 8 1W-2D-5L 3 9 3 0-1-1 - 630 (Several) 1985 CAN MNT 17 8W-7D-2L 20 15 7 4-1-0 5-3-0 FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers ?1441+ Bruce Wilson Canada won 1985 Concacaf Championship to qualify for the 1986 FIFA World Cup™ Mexico / Le Canada remporte le Championnat de la Concacaf 1985 pour se qualifier à la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Mexique 1986 1986 CAN MNT 15 3W-3D-9L 5 18 5 1-1-2 0-0-3 FIFA World Cup™ ?1100+ Paul James 1987 CAN MNT 3 0W-1D-2L 2 7 0 - - 270 Hooper, Limniatis 1988 CAN MNT 15 5W-4D-6L 13 15 6 3-2-4 1-0-1 FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers 1267 Sarantopoulos 1989 CAN WNT 4 1W-0D-3L 1 5 1 0-0-1 - 360 Bunbury 1990 CAN MNT 1 1W-0D-0L 2 1 0 1-0-0 - 90 (Several) 1991 CAN MNT 4 1W-0D-3L 6 11 0 - 1-0-2 Concacaf Gold Cup 353 Mark Watson 1992 CAN MNT 11 4W-4D-3L 19 15 3 4-0-3 2-3-1 FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers 888 Colin Miller 1993 CAN MNT 15 6W-4D-5L 21 28 3 4-0-2 4-3-4 Concacaf GC & FIFA WCQ 1290 Mark Watson 1994 CAN MNT 5 0W-2D-3L 2 9 0 0-2-3 - 450 Frank Yallop 1995 CAN MNT 9 3W-1D-5L 11 14 1 3-1-4 - 761 Mark Watson 1996 CAN MNT 9 6W-1D-2L 14 7 5 4-0-1 6-1-1 Concacaf GC & FIFA WCQ 750 Alex Bunbury 1997 CAN MNT 11 1W-3D-7L 5 21 3 1-3-2 1-3-6 FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers 888 Mark Watson 1998 CAN MNT 1 1W-0D-0L 1 0 1 1-0-0 - 90 (Several) 1999 CAN MNT 10 5W-2D-3L 10 8 4 3-0-2 2-1-0 Concacaf Gold Cup Qualifying 895 Jason deVos 2000 CAN MNT 17 8W-6D-3L 14 12 11 3-2-1 5-5-3 Concacaf GC & FIFA WCQ 1389 Carlo Corazzin Canada won 2000 Concacaf Gold Cup to qualify for the 2001 FIFA Confederations Cup / Le Canada remporte la Coupe d’Or de la Concacaf 2000 pour se qualifier à la Coupe des Confédérations de la FIFA 2001 2001 CAN MNT 6 1W-1D-4L 2 10 2 - 0-1-2 FIFA Confederations Cup 495 Jim Brennan 2002 CAN MNT 7 3W-2D-2L 9 8 2 - 2-2-1 Concacaf Gold Cup 690 Hastings, Hirschfeld 2003 CAN MNT 9 2W-0D-7L 10 25 1 - 1-0-1 Concacaf Gold Cup 795 Richard Hastings 2004 CAN MNT 10 4W-2D-4L 13 9 4 2-1-2 3-2-3 FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers 878 De Rosario 2005 CAN MNT 8 3W-0D-5L 7 12 2 0-0-1 1-0-2 Concacaf Gold Cup 703 Dwayne De Rosario 2006 CAN MNT 5 2W-1D-2L 4 3 3 1-0-0 - 387 Rob Friend 2007 CAN MNT 10 4W-3D-3L 16 11 3 0-1-0 3-0-2 Concacaf Gold Cup 889 Paul Stalteri 2008 CAN MNT 12 3W-3D-6L 18 21 2 1-2-1 2-2-4 FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers 939 Paul Stalteri 2009 CAN MNT 8 4W-1D-3L 8 7 4 - 2-1-1 Concacaf Gold Cup 710 Kevin McKenna 2010 CAN MNT 6 1W-2D-3L 5 12 0 1-0-1 - 450 Paul Stalteri 2011 CAN MNT 12 6W-4D-2L 24 7 7 2-2-0 5-3-1 Concacaf GC & FIFA WCQ 937 Josh Simpson 2012 CAN MNT 9 4W-2D-3L 9 13 6 2-2-0 3-1-2 FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers 774 Julian de Guzman 2013 CAN MNT 13 0W-3D-10L 1 19 3 0-0-1 0-1-2 Concacaf Gold Cup 872 Nik Ledgerwood 2014 CAN MNT 5 1W-3D-1L 5 4 1 1-0-0 - 450 Milan Borjan 2015 CAN MNT 14 6W-6D-2L 18 6 9 3-1-0 4-4-1 Concacaf GC & FIFA WCQ 1058 Adam Straith 2016 CAN MNT 10 3W-1D-6L 10 17 2 1-0-1 1-0-3 FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers 675 Doneil Henry 2017 CAN MNT 9 4W-3D-2L 15 10 2 2-0-0 1-2-1 Concacaf Gold Cup 700 Samuel Piette 2018 CAN MNT 4 4W-0D-0L 14 0 4 1-0-0 3-0-0 Concacaf Nations League 270 (Several) 2019 CAN MNT 9 6W-0D-3L 28 11 5 3-0-0 6-0-3 Concacaf Nations League & Gold Cup 810 Milan Borjan 2020 CAN MNT 3 2W-0D-1L 8 3 0 - - 270 Maxime Crépeau

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CANADA “A” APPEARANCES Most international “A” appearances / Le plus de matchs internationaux joués 1. de Guzman, Julian 89 2T. Hutchinson, Atiba 84 2T. Stalteri, Paul 84 4. Samuel, Randy (88 int’l) 82 5. De Rosario, Dwayne 81 6. Watson, Mark 78 7. Hooper, Lyndon (78 int’l) 67 8. Bunbury, Alex (70 int’l) 65 9T. Dasovic, Nick (65 int’l) 63 9T. McKenna, Kevin 63 11T. Miller, Colin (65 int’l) 61 11T. Ricketts, Tosaint 61 11T. Sweeney, Mike (81 int’l) 61 13T. Corazzin, Carlo (60 int’l) 59 13T. Hastings, Richard 59 13T. Onstad, Pat (65 int’l) 59 16. Wilson, Bruce (72 int’l) 57 17T. Bernier, Patrice 56 17T. de Jong, Marcel 56 17T. Forrest, Craig (61 int’l) 56 20T. Mitchell, Dale (72 int’l) 55 22T. Dolan, Paul (58 int’l) 53 22T. Peschisolido, Paul (54 int’l) 53 24. Yallop, Frank (54 int’l) 52 25. Ledgerwood, Nik 50 26T. Borjan, Milan 49 26T. Brennan, Jim 49 26T. deVos, Jason 49 26T. Jackson, Simeon 49 26T. Norman, Dave (58 int’l) 49 26T. Piette, Samuel 49 32T. Hirschfeld, Lars 48 32T. Lenarduzzi, Bob (60 int’l) 48 34T. James, Paul (59 int’l) 46 34T. Radzinski, Tomasz 46 36T. Catliff, John (60 int’l) 45 36T. Johnson, Will 45 36T. Limniatis, John (49 int’l) 45 CANADA “A” STARTS Most international “A” starts / Le plus de départs internationaux de Guzman, Julian 84 Stalteri, Paul 83 Hutchinson, Atiba 80 Samuel, Randy 76 Watson, Mark 76

De Rosario, Dwayne McKenna, Kevin Miller, Colin Bunbury, Alex Hooper, Lyndon Dasovic, Nick Onstad, Pat Wilson, Bruce Forrest, Craig Sweeney, Mike Hastings, Richard Dolan, Paul Yallop, Frank Mitchell, Dale Corazzin, Carlo de Jong, Marcel deVos, Jason Lenarduzzi, Bob Borjan, Milan Hirschfeld, Lars

66 61 59 58 58 58 57 57 56 56 54 51 51 50 48 48 48 47 46 45

CANADA “A” SUBSTITUTES Most international “A” substitutions / Le plus de substitutions internationales Hume, Iain 24 Jackson, Simeon 21 Peters, Jaime 19 Ricketts, Tosaint 19 Nakajima-Farran, Issey 17 Teibert, Russell 16 Bernier, Patrice 15 De Rosario, Dwayne 15 Friend, Rob 15 Haber, Marcus 14 Piette, Samuel 14 Simpson, Josh 14 CANADA “A” MINUTES Most international “A” minutes / Le plus de minutes internationales Stalteri, Paul 7419 Samuel, Randy ?6967+ de Guzman, Julian 6942 Hutchinson, Atiba 6937 Watson, Mark 6727 De Rosario, Dwayne 5891 McKenna, Kevin 5461 Miller, Colin 5328 Bunbury, Alex ?5136+ Onstad, Pat 5128 Hooper, Lyndon ?5087+ Forrest, Craig 5015 Hastings, Richard 4916 Wilson, Bruce ?4992+ Dasovic, Nick 4861 Sweeney, Mike 4946

Yallop, Frank deVos, Jason Dolan, Paul Mitchell, Dale Lenarduzzi, Bob Borjan, Milan Corazzin, Carlo Hirschfeld, Lars

4581 4381 4351 ?4152+ 4215 4056 4021 4012

CANADA “A” STREAK Most consecutive international “A” matches / Le plus de matchs consécutifs internationaux Wilson, Bruce (1984-86) 27 Stalteri, Paul (1998-00) 25 Aunger, Geoff (1994-96) 22 Corazzin, Carlo (1999-01) 22 Jackson, Simeon (2010-12) 21 De Rosario, Dwayne (2004-06) 20 deVos, Jason (1997-2000) 20 Iarusci, Robert (1977-83) 20 Ricketts, Tosaint (2011-13) 20 Gray, Gerry (1980-83) 18 Lenarduzzi, Sam (1968-75) 18 Sarantopoulos, Peter (1988-89) 18 Valentine, Carl (1992-93) 18 Brennan, Jim (2000-02) 17 Hastings, Richard (2001-03) 17 James, Paul (1983-85) 16 Simpson, Josh (2010-12) 16 Sweeney, Mike (1980-83) 16 DeLuca, Pasquale (1984-85) 15 Mitchell, Dale (1992-93) 15 Stojanovic, Mike (1980-81) 15 Consecutive matches by a goalkeeper / matchs consécutifs par une gardienne Lettieri, Tino (1980-1983) 11 Onstad, Pat (2000-2001) 11 Hirschfeld, Lars (2001-2003) 10 Borjan, Milan (2018-2019) 10 CANADA “A” STREAK Most consecutive international “A” starts / Le plus de départs consécutifs Wilson, Bruce (1984-86) 27 Stalteri, Paul (1998-2000) 25 Corazzin, Carlo (1999-2001) 21 De Rosario, Dwayne (2004-06) 20 deVos, Jason (1998-00) 18 Lenarduzzi, Sam (1968-75) 18 Wilson, Bruce (1980-83) 18 Gray, Gerry (1980-83) 17 Sarantopoulos, Peter (1988-89) 17 Hastings, Richard (2002-03) 16 Iarusci, Robert (1980-83) 16

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MATCHES 140W-92D-159L 60W-24D-39L 75W-48D-57L

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CANADA “A” :: 1924 - 2018 Home / Domicile FIFA / Concacaf

CANADA WNT

International matches through 31 December 2020. / Matchs internationaux jusqu’au 31 décembre 2020. (All years and all tournaments and friendlies / toutes les années et tous les tournois et matchs amicaux)

HALL of FAME

CANADA MNT : RECORDS & LEADERS

CANADA SOCCER

MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


ÉQUIPE NATIONALE MASCULINE « A » CANADA “A” GOALS Most international “A” goals scored / Le plus de buts marqués De Rosario, Dwayne 22 Mitchell, Dale (23 int’l) 19 Catliff, John (26 int’l) 18 Ricketts, Tosaint 17 Bunbury, Alex (17 int’l) 15 Gerba, Ali 15 Cavallini, Lucas 11 Corazzin, Carlo 11 David, Jonathan 11 McKenna, Kevin 11 Peschisolido, Paul 10 Radzinski, Tomasz 10 Hoilett, Junior 9 Vrablic, Igor (14 int’l) 9 Larin, Cyle 8 Hutchinson, Atiba 7 Stalteri, Paul 7 Brennan, Jim 6 Hume, Iain 6 Jackson, Simeon 6 Occean, Olivier 6 Parsons, Buzz (13 int’l) 6 Bridge, Ian 5 Davies, Alphonso 5 Lenarduzzi, Bob 5 Miller, Colin 5 Osorio, Jonathan 5 Pakos, George (10 int’l) 5 Stojanovic, Mike 5 CANADA “A” GOALS STREAK Players that scored in three or more consecutive international “A” Canada matches / Les joueurs qui ont marqué dans trois matchs consécutifs ou plus Mitchell, Dale (1985) 4 Catliff, John (1993) 3 Cavallini, Lucas (2019) 3 David, Jonathan (2019) 3 De Rosario, Dwayne (2011) 3 Gerba, Ali (2009) 3 Larin, Cyle (2015) 3 Peschisolido, Paul (1996) 3 CANADA “A” PENALTY GOALS Most goals penalty goals / Le plus de buts marqués en tirs de pénalité De Rosario, Dwayne 7 Catliff, John 2 Corazzin, Carlo 2 Mitchell, Dale 2 CANADA “A” MATCH +1 GOAL Most international “A” appearances with one or more goals scored / Le plus de matchs internationaux joués avec au moins un but marqué De Rosario, Dwayne 19 Catliff, John 14 Mitchell, Dale 14

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Ricketts, Tosaint Bunbury, Alex Gerba, Ali McKenna, Kevin

14 13 11 10

CANADA “A” AT HOME Most goals scored in Canada / Le plus de buts marqués en Canada Peschisolido, Paul 10 Bunbury, Alex 9 Catliff, John 9 De Rosario, Dwayne 9 Mitchell, Dale 8 Ricketts, Tosaint 8 CANADA “A” FIRST GOAL Opening goals / Les premiers buts marqués De Rosario, Dwayne 12 Catliff, John 7 Mitchell, Dale 7 Ricketts, Tosaint 7 Bunbury, Alex 6 Peschisolido, Paul 6 Gerba, Ali 5 Parsons, Buzz 5 Vrablic, Igor 5 CANADA “A” ASSISTS Most assists scored. (* records 1924-97 incomplete, some players may have more assists) / Le plus de passes effectuées. (* les fichiers de 1924 à 1997 sont incomplets, donc certains joueurs peuvent avoir plus). De Rosario, Dwayne 13 Radzinski, Tomasz 12 Hoilett, David Junior 10 Nash, Martin 9 Brennan, Jim 8 Arfield, Scott 7 Aunger, Geoff * 7 Davies, Alphonso 7 de Guzman, Julian 7 Hutchinson, Atiba 7 Johnson, Will 7 Bunbury, Alex * 6 Mitchell, Dale * 6 Osorio, Jonathan 6 Simpson, Josh 6 Stalteri, Paul 6 Bernier, Patrice 5 David, Jonathan 5 deVos, Jason 5 Sweeney, Mike * 5 CANADA “A” AT HOME Most assists recored in Canada / Le plus de passes effectués en Canada De Rosario, Dwayne 6 Radzinski, Tomasz 6 Hoilett, Junior 5 Sweeney, Mike 5

CANADA “A” CAUTIONS Most cautions / Le plus d’avertissements Stalteri, Paul 18 Watson, Mark 14 de Guzman, Julian 13 Aunger, Geoff 11 McKenna, Kevin 10 deVos, Jason 9 Ledgerwood, Nik 9 De Rosario, Dwayne 8 Edgar, David 8 Henry, Doneil 8 Peschisolido, Paul 8 CANADA “A” CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets (minimum 40 minutes) / Les blanchissages (minimum de 40 minutes) Onstad, Pat (25 int’l) 23 Borjan, Milan 21 Forrest, Craig (21 int’l) 18 Dolan, Paul (19 int’l) 17 Hirschfeld, Lars 17 Lettieri, Tino (15 int’l) 10 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 9 Sutton, Greg 7 Chursky, Tony (6 int’l) 5 CANADA “A” SHUTOUT WINS Shutout wins (minimum 90 minutes) / Victoires par blanchissage (minimum de 90 minutes) Onstad, Pat 17 Borjan, Milan 11 Forrest, Craig 11 Hirschfeld, Lars 8 Dolan, Paul 7 Lettieri, Tino 6 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 6 CANADA “A” WINS Most international “A” wins by a Canada player / Le plus de victoires par un jouer canadien Hutchinson, Atiba 31 Stalteri, Paul 31 de Guzman, Julian 29 De Rosario, Dwayne 29 McKenna, Kevin 28 Samuel, Randy 28 Onstad, Pat 25 CANADA “A” COACHES International “A” records by coach / Le record des entraîneurs-chef Adam, Jimmie (1924, ‘27) 4W-2D-4L Petrie, Don (1957) 2-0-2 Dinsdale, Peter (1968) 2-1-1 Pike, Frank (1972-73) 1-1-4 McAllister, Bill (1973, ‘75) 1-0-1 Krautzun, Eckhard (1973-‘75, ‘76-77) 5-5-7 Clarke, Barrie (1980-81) 7-6-2 Waiters (1983-86, ‘90-91) 11-11-21 Wilson, Bruce (1985) 1-0-1


CANADA “A” UNBEATEN International unbeaten streak / Matchs consécutifs sans défaite 1999-09-02 to 2000-06-11 10W-5D 2011-06-11 to 2012-09-07 8W-5D 1985-03-24 to 1985-06-02 5W-3D 2015-07-14 to 2015-11-17 4W-4D CANADA “A” WINS Wins streak / Victoires consécutives 2000-02-20 to 2000-06-04 6W 2018-03-14 to 2019-06-15 6W 2009-05-30 to 2009-07-07 4W 2015-03-27 to 2015-06-16 4W 2018-03-24 to 2018-11-18 4W

ONE YEAR / UNE ANNÉE CANADA “A” Canada 1985 Canada 2000

WINS 8W-7D-2L 8W-6D-3L

CANADA “A” CLEAN SHEETS Youngest goalkeeper to record a clean sheet / Les gardiens les plus jeunes qui ont obtenu un blanchissage Busti, Alessandro (2018) 18.29 Dolan, Paul (1984) 18.54 Onstad, Pat (1988) 20.09 Chursky, Tony (1973) 20.42 Forrest, Craig (1988) 20.68 Oldest goalkeeper to record a clean sheet / Les gardiens les plus âgées qui ont obtenu une blanchissage Onstad, Pat (2008) 40.42 Stamatopoulos, Kenny (2015) 36.02 CANADA “A” MATCHES Most matches / Le plus de matchs joués Corazzin, Carlo (2000) 17 Wilson, Bruce (1985) 17 Samuel, Randy (1985) 15 Sarantopoulos, Peter (1988) 15 Vrablic, Igor (1985) 15

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CANADA “A” SUBSTITUTES Substitutions / Le plus de substitutions Ricketts, Tosaint (2011) 8 Teibert, Russell (2015) 7 Nash, Martin (2000) 6 Peters, Jaime (2005) 6 CANADA “A” MINUTES Most minutes / Le plus de minutes Wilson, Bruce (1985) ?1441+ Corazzin, Carlo (2000) 1389 Stalteri, Paul (2000) 1324 Watson, Mark (1993) 1290 Sarantopoulos, Peter (1988) 1267 Vrablic, Igor (1985) 1264 deVos, Jason (2000) 1257 James, Paul (1986) 1188 Norman, Dave (1985) ?1170+ James, Paul (1985) ?1125+ Limniatis, John (1988) 1128 Hooper, Lyndon (1988) 1110 Samuel, Randy (1985) 1101 CANADA “A” GOALS Most goals scored / Le plus de buts Cavallini, Lucas (2019) 8 David, Jonathan (2019) 8 Vrablic, Igor (1985) 7 Catliff, John (1993) 6 Gerba, Ali (2008) 6 Hoilett, Junior (2019) 6 Catliff, John (1988) 5 De Rosario, Dwayne (2007) 5 Mitchell, Dale (1985) 5 Ricketts, Tosaint (2015) 5 CANADA “A” 3 GOALS Players that scored three goals or more in a match / Les joueurs qui ont marqué trois buts ou plus dans un match Catliff, John 1988-04-05 Bunbury, Alex 1992-11-15 Jackson, Simeon 2011-10-07 Cavallini, Lucas 2019-06-23 David, Jonathan 2019-06-23 Hoilett, Junior 2019-09-07 CANADA “A” GOALS STREAK Players that scored in three or more consecutive international “A” Canada matches / Les joueuses qui ont marqué dans trois matchs consécutifs ou plus Mitchell, Dale (1985) 4 Catliff, John (1993) 3 Cavallini, Lucas (2019) 3 David, Jonathan (2019) 3 De Rosario, Dwayne (2011) 3 Gerba, Ali (2009) 3 Larin, Cyle (2015) 3 Peschisolido, Paul (1996) 3

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CANADA “A” GOALSCORER Youngest scorers / Les buteurs les plus jeunes Davies, Alphonso (2017) 16.67 Nelson, Jayden (2020) 17.29 David, Jonathan (2018) 18.65 McLeod, Norm (1957) 18.76 Burness, Gordon (1925) 19.10 Bunbury, Alex (1986) 19.21 Segota, Branko (1980) 19.40 Vrablic, Igor (1985) 19.64 Gray, Gerry (1980) 19.82 Forrest, George (1924) 19.88 Larin, Cyle (2015) 19.95 Oldest scorers / Les buteurs les plus âgés De Rosario, Dwayne (2012) 36.68 Hutchinson, Atiba (2018) 35.78 Radzinski, Tomasz (2008) 34.78 Stojanovic, Mike (1981) 34.84 Mitchell, Dale (1992) 34.55

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CANADA “A” WINS Most international “A” wins by a Canada head coach / Le plus de victoires par un entraîneur-chef canadien Lenarduzzi, Bob 21 Hart, Stephen 20 Osieck, Holger 18 Herdman, John 12 Waiters, Tony 11

CANADA “A” OLDEST Oldest players / Les plus âgées Onstad, Pat (2010) 42.36 Campbell, Geordie (1925) 40.87 Bernier, Patrice (2017) 37.81 Stamatopoulos, Kenny (2016) 36.78 De Rosario, Dwayne (2015) 36.68 Jazic, Ante (2012) 36.62 Hutchinson, Atiba (2019) 36.38

CANADA “A” Most starts / Le plus de départs Corazzin, Carlo (2000) Wilson, Bruce (1985)

CANADA WNT

CANADA “A” MATCHES Most international “A” matches by a Canada head coach / Le plus de matchs par un entraîneur-chef Lenarduzzi, Bob 62 Hart, Stephen 45 Osieck, Holger 45 Waiters, Tony 43 Floro, Benito 30 Yallop, Frank 20

CANADA “A” YOUNGEST Youngest players / Les plus jeunes Davies, Alphonso (2017) 16.61 Mobilio, Domenic (1986) 17.04 Nelson, Jayden (2020) 17.28 Peters, Jaime (2004) 17.29 Piette, Samuel (2012) 17.56 Miller, Bruce (1975) 17.62 McNaught, Doug (1985) 17.68 Horrocks, Chris (1972) 17.79 Vrablic, Igor (1983) 17.91 Cambridge, Jeff (1984) 17.94 Titotto, Guido (1989) 17.95

HALL of FAME

Bearpark, Bob (1986-87) 2-2-4 Taylor, Tony (1988) 6-4-6 Lenarduzzi, B. (1989, ‘92-97) 21-15-26 Twamley (1989, ‘91, ‘98, ‘00) 2-0-2 Errington, Alan (1996) 0-0-1 Osieck, Holger (1999-’03) 18-11-16 Miller (2003, 2013) 0-2-7 Yallop, Frank (2004-06) 8-3-9 Hart, Stephen (2006-07, ‘09-12) 20-10-15 Mitchell, Dale (2007-08) 3-5-7 Fonseca, Tony (2013) 0-0-2 Floro, Benito (2013-16) 9-10-11 Findlay, Michael (2016-17) 2-2-2 Zambrano, Octavio (2017) 3-2-2 Herdman, John (2018-..) 12-0-4

CANADA SOCCER

MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


ÉQUIPE NATIONALE MASCULINE « A » CANADA “A” ASSISTS Since 2000, most assists recorded in one season / Le plus de passes dans une saison (depuis 2000) Nash, Martin (2000) 5 Bircham, Marc (1999) 4 Davies, Alphonso (2018) 4 de Guzman, Julian (2007) 4 De Rosario, Dwayne (2008) 4 Hoilett, Junior (2019) 4 Osorio, Jonathan (2019) 4 Radzinski, Tomasz (2008) 4 CANADA “A” CAUTIONS Most cautions / Le plus d’avertissements Stalteri, Paul (2007) 5 Dunfield, Terry (2011) 4 Henry, Doneil (2019) 4 CANADA “A” CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets (minimum 40 minutes) / Les blanchissages (minimum de 40 minutes) Dolan, Paul (1985) 7 Onstad, Pat (2000) 6 Borjan, Milan (2019) 5 Forrest, Craig (2000) 5 Hirschfeld, Lars (2012) 5 Borjan, Milan (2015) 5 CANADA “A” SHUTOUT WINS Shutout wins (minimum 90 minutes) / Victoires par blanchissage (minimum de 90 minutes) Borjan, Milan (2019) 5 Forrest, Craig (1996) 3 Forrest, Craig (2000) 3 Onstad, Pat (1999) 3 Onstad, Pat (2000) 3

YEARLY LEADERS / MENEURS PAR ANNÉES CANADA “A” GOALS / BUTS Yearly leaders (minimum three) / Meneurs (minimum de trois) 1927 Archibald, Don 3 1977 Parsons, Les 3 1980 Mitchell, Dale 3 1981 Stojanovic, Mike 3 1985 Vrablic, Igor 7 1986 Vrablic, Igor 2 1988 Catliff, John 6 1991 Mitchell, Dale 3 1992 Bunbury, Catliff, Mitchell 3 1993 Catliff, John 6 1995 Kouzmanis, Peschisolido 4 1996 Bunbury, Peschisolido 3 1999 Corazzin, Carlo 3 2000 Corazzin, Carlo 4 2002 McKenna, Kevin 3

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2003 Stalteri, Paul 2004 De Rosario, Dwayne 2007 De Rosario, Dwayne 2008 Gerba, Ali 2009 Gerba, Ali 2011 De Rosario, Jackson 2015 Ricketts, Tosaint 2017 Davies, Alphonso 2018 Several 2019 Cavallini & David

3 4 5 6 4 4 5 3 3 8

CANADA “A” ASSISTS / PASSES Yearly leaders (3+) / Meneurs (min. trois) 1996 Aunger & Radzinski 3 1999 Marc Bircham 4 2000 Nash, Martin 5 2004 De Rosario, Dwayne 3 2007 de Guzman, Julian 4 2008 De Rosario & Radzinski 4 2011 Johnson, Will 3 2016 Arfield & Hoilett 3 2018 Davies, Alphonso 4 2019 Hoilett & Osorio 4 CANADA “A” MINUTES Yearly leaders / Meneurs 1924 Several players 540 1925 Several players 180 1926 Several players 90 1927 Several players 360 1957 Several players 360 1968 Several players 360 1972 Several players 360 1973 Lenarduzzi, Sam 540 1974 Horrocks & S.Lenarduzzi 360 1975 Several players 90 1976 Iarusci, B. Lenarduzzi, & B. Wilson 450 1977 Ayre, Garry 540 1980 Gray & McGrane 720 1981 Iarusci & Wilson 630 1983 Wilson, Bruce 360 1984 Unknown which player ?630+ 1985 Wilson, Bruce ?1441+ 1986 James, Paul ?1100+ 1987 Hooper & Limniatis 270 1988 Sarantopoulos, Peter 1267 1989 Bunbury, Alex 360 1990 Several players 90 1991 Watson, Mark 353 1992 Miller, Colin 888 1993 Watson, Mark 1290 1994 Yallop, Frank 450 1995 Watson, Mark 761 1996 Bunbury, Alex 750 1997 Watson, Mark 888 1998 Several players 90 1999 deVos, Jason 895 2000 Corazzin, Carlo 1389 2001 Brennan, Jim 495 2002 Hirschfeld & Hastings 690 2003 Hastings, Richard 795 2004 De Rosario, Dwayne 878 2005 De Rosario, Dwayne 703 2006 Friend, Rob 387

2007 Stalteri, Paul 2008 Stalteri, Paul 2009 McKenna, Kevin 2010 Stalteri, Paul 2011 Simpson, Josh 2012 de Guzman, Julian 2013 Ledgerwood, Nik 2014 Borjan, Milan 2015 Straith, Adam 2016 Henry, Doneil 2017 Piette, Samuel 2018 Several players 2019 Borjan, Milan 2020 Crépeau, Maxime

889 939 710 450 937 774 872 450 1058 675 700 270 810 270

CANADA “A” LEADERS All-time leaders in appearances / Meneurs historiques en présences Dierden, Fred (1925-06-27) 7 Dierden, Fred (1925-11-08) 8 Lenarduzzi, Sam (1973-08-01) 9 Lenarduzzi, Sam (1980-09-15) 29 Lenarduzzi, Bob (1984-05-26) 30 Lenarduzzi, Bob (1984-07-25) 31 Wilson, Bruce (1985-03-10) 32 Wilson, Bruce (1986-06-09) 57 Sweeney, Mike (1993-05-02) 58 Sweeney, Mike (1993-08-15) 61 Samuel, Randy (1995-05-22) 62 Samuel, Randy (1997-11-16) 82 Stalteri, Paul (2010-09-07) 83 Stalteri, Paul (2010-10-08) 84 de Guzman, Julian (2015-11-17) 85 de Guzman, Julian (2016-06-03) 89 CANADA “A” LEADERS All-time leaders in goals / Meneurs historiques en buts Archibald, Don (1927-07-23) 3 Parsons, Buzz (1977-10-12) 4 Parsons, Buzz (1977-10-22) 6 Mitchell, Dale (1985-04-20) 7 Mitchell, Dale (1992-11-08) 19 De Rosario, Dwayne (2011-11-15) 19 De Rosario, Dwayne (2012-09-07) 20 De Rosario, Dwayne (2015-01-19) 22

MILESTONES / PÉRIODES MARQUANTES CANADA “A” 50th MATCH Players that have made 50 appearances for Canada / Joueurs avec 50 présences 1. Wilson, Bruce 1986-02-02 2. Sweeney, Mike 1992-11-15 3. Mitchell, Dale 1993-04-11 4. Samuel, Randy 1993-04-25 5. Hooper, Lyndon 1995-05-28 6. Bunbury, Alex 1996-08-30 7. Miller, Colin 1996-10-13


2. Watson, Mark 3. Stalteri, Paul 4. De Rosario, Dwayne 5. de Guzman, Julian 6. Hutchinson, Atiba

2004-09-04 2009-07-03 2013-10-15 2015-01-16 2016-03-29

CANADA “A” 75th MATCH Players that have made 75 appearances for Canada / Joueurs avec 75 présences pour le Canada 1. Samuel, Randy 1997-03-16

CONCACAF & FIFA : RECORDS & LEADERS FIFA WORLD CUP™ COUPE DU MONDE DE LA FIFA™ FIFA WCQ Mexico 1986 :: 1986

RANKING 24th / 24 0W-0D-3L

FIFA WC APPEARANCES Most games at the FIFA World Cup™ / Le plus de matchs joués au cours des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA™ Bridge, Ian 3 James, Paul 3 Lenarduzzi, Bob 3 Norman, Dave 3 Ragan, Randy 3 Samuel, Randy 3 Segota, Branko 3 Valentine, Carl 3 Wilson, Bruce 3

FIFA WORLD CUP™ QUALIFIERS / ÉLIMINATOIRES DE LA COUPE DU MONDE DE LA FIFA FIFA WCQ :: 1957 - 2016

CANADA 48W-34D-35L

FIFA WCQ TOURNAMENTS Most cycles at the FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers / Le plus de cycles joués au cours des Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA™ Onstad, Pat 6

de Guzman, Julian De Rosario, Dwayne Dolan, Paul Hutchinson, Atiba McKenna, Kevin Mitchell, Dale Peschisolido, Paul Samuel, Randy Sweeney, Mike Watson, Mark

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

FIFA WCQ APPEARANCES Most games at the FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers / Le plus de matchs joués au cours des Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA™ Samuel, Randy 36 Watson, Mark 34 Bunbury, Alex 31 de Guzman, Julian 29 Sweeney, Mike 29 Miller, Colin 28 Yallop, Frank 28 Hutchinson, Atiba 27 Peschisolido, Paul 26 Lenarduzzi, Bob 25 Mitchell, Dale 25 De Rosario, Dwayne 24 Corazzin, Carlo 23 Wilson, Bruce 22 Forrest, Craig 21 Hooper, Lyndon 21 Ricketts, Tosaint 20 Norman, Dave 19 Radzinski, Tomasz 19 Iarusci, Robert 18 Onstad, Pat 18 FIFA WCQ STARTS Most starts at the FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers / Le plus de titularisations au cours des Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA™ Samuel, Randy 34 Watson, Mark 34 Bunbury, Alex 30

de Guzman, Julian Yallop, Frank Miller, Colin Hutchinson, Atiba Lenarduzzi, Bob Sweeney, Mike De Rosario, Dwayne Mitchell, Dale Wilson, Bruce Forrest, Craig

29 28 27 26 25 25 23 22 22 21

FIFA WCQ MINUTES Most minutes / Le plus de minutes Samuel, Randy 3156 Watson, Mark 2963 Bunbury, Alex 2723 Yallop, Frank 2476 Miller, Colin 2433 Hutchinson, Atiba 2331 de Guzman, Julian 2316 Sweeney, Mike 2294 Lenarduzzi, Bob 2205 FIFA WCQ YOUNGEST Youngest players at the FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers / Les joueurs les plus jeunes au cours des Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA™ Peters, Jaime (2004) 17.3 Horrocks, Chris (1972) 17.8 McLeod, Norman (1957) 18.8 Dolan, Paul (1985) 18.9 FIFA WCQ OLDEST Oldest players at the FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers / Les joueurs les plus âgés au cours des Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA™ Onstad, Pat (2008) 40.6 Stamatopoulos, Kenny (2015) 36.6 Jazic, Ante (2012) 36.6 Mitchell, Dale (1993) 35.3 Strenicer, Gene (1980) 35.2 Valentine, Carl (1993) 35.1 de Guzman, Julian (2016) 35.0

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2011-06-01 2011-10-07 2014-09-09 2016-06-07 2017-01-22 2017-03-22

FUTSAL - PARA

2001-04-24 2004-06-13 2005-03-26 2007-06-11 2008-06-20 2008-09-06 2010-10-08

20. McKenna, Kevin 22. de Guzman, Julian 23. Bernier, Patrice 24. Ricketts, Tosaint 25. de Jong, Marcel 26. Ledgerwood, Nik

CANADA WNT

1997-04-27 1997-10-12 1999-04-27 2000-02-20

HALL of FAME

8. Dolan, Paul 9. Yallop, Frank 10. Watson, Mark 11. Forrest, Craig 12 & 13. Dasovic, Nick Corazzin, Carlo 14. Peschisolido, Paul 15. Stalteri, Paul 16. Onstad, Pat 17. De Rosario, Dwayne 18. Hastings, Richard 19. Hutchinson, Atiba

CANADA SOCCER

MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


ÉQUIPE NATIONALE MASCULINE « A » FIFA WCQ GOALS Goals scored at the FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers / Les buts marqués au cours des Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA™ Bunbury, Alex 11 De Rosario, Dwayne 9 Mitchell, Dale 9 Ricketts, Tosaint 7 Gerba, Ali 6 Catliff, John 4 Hume, Iain 4 Jackson, Simeon 4 Larin, Cyle 4 Parsons, Buzz 4 Peschisolido, Paul 4 Brennan, Jim 3 Bridge, Ian 3 Johnson, Will 3 Mobilio, Domenic 3 Occean, Olivier 3 Radzinski, Tomasz 3 Simpson, Josh 3 Stojanovic, Mike 3 Vrablic, Igor 3 Aunger, Geoff 2 Bakic, Mike 2 Bolitho, Bob 2 Budd, Brian 2 Corazzin, Carlo 2 deVos, Jason 2 Edgar, David 2 Hughes, Art 2 Hutchinson, Atiba 2 Iarusci, Robert 2 Lenarduzzi, Bob 2 McPate, Ralph 2 Miller, Colin 2 Pakos, George 2 Papadakis, Nick 2 Philley, Brian 2 Stewart, Gogie 2 Vigh, Tibor 2 Watson, Mark 2 Akindele, Tesho 1 Berdusco, Eddy 1 Burton, Deon 1 Dasovic, Nick 1 de Guzman, Julian 1 Douglas, Jimmy 1 Fletcher, Carl 1 Gray, Gerry 1 Hainault, André 1 Hooper, Lyndon 1 James, Manjrekar 1 James, Paul 1 Johnson, Glen 1 Ledgerwood, Nik 1 MacKay, Ike 1 McKenna, Kevin 1 McLeod, Norman 1 McLeod, Wes 1 Nakajima-Farran, Issey 1 Occean, Olivier 1 Parson, Buzz 1

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1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

FIFA WCQ ASSISTS Assists recorded at the FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers / Les aides marqués au cours des Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA™ De Rosario, Dwayne 8 Radzinski, Tomasz 7 Hume, Iain 5 Mitchell, Dale 4 Sweeney, Mike 4 Edgar, David 3 Bunbury, Alex 3 Gray, Gerry 3 Ion, Gordon 3 Johnson, Will 3 Lenarduzzi, Bob 3 MacKay, Ike 3 Ricketts, Tosaint 3 Some records missing / il manque actuellement quelques certains dossiers FIFA WCQ CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets at the FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers / Les blanchissages au cours des Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA™ Onstad, Pat 8 Forrest, Craig 7 Hirschfeld, Lars 7 Dolan, Paul 6 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 4 Borjan, Milan 4 Lettieri, Tino 4 Bilecki, Zeljko 2 Chursky, Tony 2 Greco, Peter 2

FIFA CONFEDERATIONS CUP / COUPE DES CONFÉDÉRATIONS DE LA FIFA FIFA Korea/Japan 2001 :: 2001

RANKING 7th / 8 0W-1D-2L

FIFA HONOURS All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Brennan, Jim Korea/Japan 2001

CONCACAF GOLD CUP / COUPE D’OR DE LA CONCACAF CONCACAF RANKING 1991 Gold Cup 6th / 8 1993 Gold Cup 6th / 8 1996 Gold Cup 5th / 9 2000 Champions 1st / 12 2002 Semi-finals 3rd / 12 2003 Group stage 9th / 12 2005 Group stage 9th / 12 2007 Semi-finals 3rd / 12 2009 Quarter-finals 5th / 12 2011 Group stage 9th / 12 2013 Group stage 11th / 12 2015 Group stage 10th / 12 2017 Quarter-finals 6th / 12 2019 Quarter-finals 6th / 16 :: 1991 - 2019 18W-13D-18L CONCACAF HONOURS Most Valuable Player / Joueur par excellence de la Coupe d’Or Forrest, Craig 2000 de Guzman, Julian 2007 Most Outstanding Goalkeeper / Meilleur gardien Forrest, Craig 2000 Hirschfeld, Lars 2002 Top Scorer / Meiller buteur Corazzin, Carlo 2000 Davies, Alphonso 2017 David, Jonathan 2019 Top Rookie / Meilleur recrue Hastings, Richard 2000 Best Young Player Davies, Alphonso 2017 All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Corazzin, Carlo 2000 deVos, Jason 2000 Forrest, Craig 2000 deVos, Jason 2002 McKenna, Kevin 2002 de Guzman, Julian 2007 Hastings, Richard 2007 Stalteri, Paul 2007 de Guzman, Julian 2009 Klukowski, Mike 2009 de Guzman, Julian 2013 Davies, Alphonso 2017 David, Jonathan 2019 Team Most Valuable Player / Joueur le plus utile de Canada de Guzman, Julian 2013 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 2015 CONCACAF TOURNAMENTS Most Concacaf Gold Cups / Le plus de tournois joués au cours des Coupes d’Or de la Concacaf de Guzman, Julian 6


CONCACAF MINUTES Most minutes / Le plus de minutes Stalteri, Paul 1,862 Hastings, Richard 1,608 McKenna, Kevin 1,478 Hutchinson, Atiba 1,467 de Guzman, Julian 1,347 De Rosario, Dwayne 1,197 Borjan, Milan 1,144 deVos, Jason 1,142 Brennan, Jim 1,131 Bernier, Patrice 1,127 de Jong, Marcel 1,012 CONCACAF YOUNGEST Teenagers at the Concacaf Gold Cup / Les joueurs les plus jeunes au cours des Coupes d’Or de la Concacaf Davies, Alphonso (2017) 16.67 Peters, Jaime (2005) 18.17 Piette, Samuel (2013) 18.65 Marini, Carlo (1991) 19.13 Thompson, Niall (1993) 19.24 Aleman, Keven (2013) 19.30 David, Jonathan (2019) 19.42 Fletcher, Carl (1991) 19.52 Hume, Iain (2003) 19.70 Millar, Liam (2019) 19.72 Nsaliwa, Tam (2002) 19.99

CONCACAF ASSISTS Most assists recorded at the Concacaf Gold Cup / Les aides marqués au cours des Coupes d’Or de la Concacaf Aunger, Geoff 3 Davies, Alphonso 3 de Guzman, Julian 3 Hutchinson, Atiba 3 Nash, Martin 3 Stalteri, Paul 3 *Missing data from goals in 1991 CONCACAF CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets at the Concacaf Gold Cup / Les blanchissages au cours des Coupes d’Or de la Concacaf Borjan, Milan 6 Forrest, Craig 3 Hirschfeld, Lars 3 Onstad, Pat 2 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 2 Sutton, Greg 2

OLYMPIC RANKING St. Louis 1904 GOLD / OR Montréal 1976 12th / 13 Los Angeles 1984 5th / 16 :: 1904 - 1984 3W-2D-3L OLYMPIC GOALS Goals scored at the Olympic Football Tournament / Les buts marqués au cours des Tournois olympiques de football Hall, Alex M. (1904) 3 Mitchell, Dale (1984) 3 Taylor, Tom S. (1904) 3 Douglas, Jimmy (1976) 2 McDonald, Gordon (1904) 2 Gray, Gerry (1984) 1 Henderson, Albert (1904) 1 Steep, Fred W. (1904) 1 Vrablic, Igor (1984) 1

OLYMPIC QUALIFIERS / 1967 - 1987 QUALIFICATION OLYMPIQUE CONCACAF CANADA 1967 Concacaf v CUB 1971 Concacaf v BER & MEX 1979 Concacaf v BER 1983-84 Concacaf Qualify 1987 Concacaf v USA :: 1967 - 1987 7W-5D-6L QUALIFIERS 1967 - 1987 Sweeney, Mike Felix, Terry Gray, Gerry Hansen, Harold Pakos, George Schepers, John QUALIFIERS Lettieri, Tino Greco, Peter Turner, Chris

GOALS 3 2 2 2 2 2

CLEAN SHEETS 3 2 2

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CONCACAF STARTS Most starts at the Concacaf Gold Cup / Le plus de titularisations au cours des Coupes d’Or de la Concacaf Stalteri, Paul 20 Hastings, Richard 17 Hutchinson, Atiba 16 McKenna, Kevin 16 de Guzman, Julian 15 Bernier, Patrice 13 Borjan, Milan 13

CONCACAF GOALS Goals scored at the Concacaf Gold Cup / Les buts marqués au cours des Coupes d’Or de la Concacaf David, Jonathan 6 De Rosario, Dwayne 6 Gerba, Ali 6 Cavallini, Lucas 5 Corazzin, Carlo 5 Davies, Alphonso 3 Hoilett, Junior 3 McKenna, Kevin 3 Mitchell, Dale 3 Arfield, Scott 2 de Guzman, Julian 2 Holness, Kevin 2 Aunger, Geoff 1 Bernier, Patrice 1 Bunbury, Alex 1 Dasovic, Nick 1 de Jong, Marcel 1 deVos, Jason 1 Hastings, Richard 1 Hume, Iain 1 Jakovic, Dejan 1 Limniatis, John 1 Lowery, Jamie 1 Miller, Colin 1 Radzinski, Tomasz 1 Stalteri, Paul 1 Watson, Mark 1

OLYMPIC TOURNAMENT / TOURNOI OLYMPIQUE

FUTSAL - PARA

CONCACAF APPEARANCES Most games at the Concacaf Gold Cup / Le plus de matchs joués au cours des Coupes d’Or de la Concacaf Stalteri, Paul 20 Hastings, Richard 18 Hutchinson, Atiba 18 de Guzman, Julian 17 De Rosario, Dwayne 17 McKenna, Kevin 16 Bernier, Patrice 14 Borjan, Milan 13 de Jong, Marcel 13 Gerba, Ali 13

CONCACAF OLDEST Oldest players at the Concacaf Gold Cup / Les joueurs les plus âgés au cours des Coupes d’Or de la Concacaf Onstad, Pat (2007) 39.43 Bernier, Patrice (2017) 37.81 Hutchinson, Atiba (2019) 36.39 Stamatopoulos, Kenny (2015) 35.88 Dasovic, Nick (2003) 34.60

CANADA WNT

6 5 5 5 5 5 5

HALL of FAME

Hutchinson, Atiba de Jong, Marcel De Rosario, Dwayne Hastings, Richard McKenna, Kevin Onstad, Pat Stalteri, Paul

CANADA SOCCER

MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM


PLAYERS 1920s - 1990s ANCIENS JOUEURS MP = “A” Appearances / matchs; MS = Starts / départs; INTL = All international appearances; CS = Clean sheets / blanchissages; G = Goals / buts; A = Assists / passes). FWC = FIFA World Cup / Coupe du Monde de la FIFA; WCQ = FIFA World Cup Qualifiers / Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA; OLY = Olympic Football Tournament / Tournoi olympique de football; OQ = Olympic Qualifiers / Qualification des jeux olympiques; PAG = Pan American Games / jeux panaméricains

GK #CANMNT “A” MP MS • Halliwell, Art 2 2 • Kennaway, Joe 1 1 • Mosher, Harry 4 4 • Noseworthy, Hank 2 2 • Tait, Stan 4 4

CS 1 0 2 0 0

DÉBUT 1924-06-17 1926-11-06 1924-06-07 1924-07-12 1927-06-25

LAST “A” P. 1925-11-25 GK 1926-11-06 GK 1924-06-28 GK 1924-07-26 GK 1927-07-23 GK

#CANMNT “A” MP MS G, A • Anderson, George 6 6 • Archibald, Don 4 4 3g • Baillie, Jimmy 1 1 1a • Barnes, Harry 1 1 • Bell, John 1 1 • Bowman, Fred 6 6 • Brolly, Bill 4 4 • Burness, Gordon 1 1 1g • Campbell, Geordie 1 1 • Cartwright, Arthur 1 1 • Chapman, Harry 4 4 • Clarke, Andy 2 2 • Crawley, Frank 3 3 • Davidson, Jack 4 4 1g • Dierden, Fred 8 8 • Dinnie, Bill 1 1 • Edmunds, Ernie 4 4

DÉBUT 1924-06-07 1927-06-25 1926-11-06 1926-11-06 1926-11-06 1924-06-07 1927-06-25 1925-11-25 1924-06-17 1925-11-25 1924-06-07 1924-06-17 1927-07-02 1927-06-25 1924-06-07 1926-11-06 1927-06-25

LAST “A” 1924-07-26 1927-07-23 1926-11-06 1926-11-06 1926-11-06 1924-07-26 1927-07-23 1925-11-25 1924-06-17 1925-11-25 1924-06-28 1925-11-25 1927-07-23 1927-07-23 1925-11-25 1926-11-06 1927-07-23

P. RB CF OL RB LH OL CH IR RB CH IL LB RB IF RH LB LB

#CANMNT “A” MP MS G, A DÉBUT • Faulkner, Roy 3 3 1g 1924-06-17 • Ford, Leslie 6 6 1924-06-07 • Forrest, George 6 6 2g 1924-06-07 • Foy, John 1 1 1924-06-17 • Galloway, Jimmy 2 2 1924-06-17 • Gibson, Bill 4 4 1g 1927-06-25 • Graham, George 1 1 1g 1926-11-06 • Harley, Bob 6 6 1924-06-07 • Kelly, Jimmy S. 1 1 1926-11-06 • Linning, Bill 5 5 2g 1924-06-07 • MacLaine, Eddie 2 2 1g,1a 1924-06-17 • McKean, Bill 2 2 1924-06-17 • McKenzie, Dave 2 2 1924-06-17 • McLean, Andrew 6 6 1924-06-07 • Milligan, Bill 4 4 1927-06-25 • Moir, Jimmy 1 1 1925-11-25 • Monaghan, Jack 4 4 1927-06-25 • Moon, Malcolm 4 4 1926-11-06 • Paynter, Harry 1 1 1927-06-25 • Smith, Alec 1 1 1924-06-17 • Stobbart, Dickie 6 6 2g 1924-06-07 • Turner, Dave 3 3 1g 1927-07-02 • Williams, Fred 2 2 1925-11-25 • Williams, Dick 2 2 1g 1927-06-25 • Wilson, Jim 3 3 2g 1924-06-14

LAST “A” P. 1926-11-06 OR 1924-07-26 IF 1924-07-26 OR 1924-06-17 CH 1926-11-06 IR 1927-07-23 OR 1926-11-06 CF 1924-07-26 CH 1926-11-06 IL 1924-07-26 IR 1925-11-25 CF 1925-11-25 LH 1925-11-25 IL 1924-07-26 LB 1927-07-23 OL 1925-11-25 OL 1927-07-23 LH 1927-07-09 RH 1927-06-25 LH 1924-06-17 OL 1924-07-26 LH 1927-07-23 IL 1926-11-06 FB/ 1927-07-23 OR/ 1924-07-26 OR/

GK #CANMNT TOURNAMENTS / TOURNOIS (MP/MS) “A” MP MS CS INTL MS CS DÉBUT LAST INTL Bilecki, Zeljko WCQ (3/2) GK 3 2 2 3 2 2 1976-12-22 1977-10-08 Brand, Jack OLY (2/2), PAG (2/2) GK 0 0 0 15 15 2 1974-10-28 1976-07-21 Brodsgaard, Shel - GK 0 0 0 1 1 0 1989-07-19 1989-07-19 Castledine, Ken OQ (0/0), PAG (1/1) GK 0 0 0 1 1 0 1971-08-08 1971-08-08 Chursky, Tony 3xWCQ (8/8), PAG (1/1) GK 20 18 5 27 25 6 1973-08-01 1981-10-14 DiPede, Enzo OQ (1/1) GK 0 0 0 3 3 1 1979-04-01 1979-04-08 Dolan, Paul FWC (1/1), 4x WCQ (16/15, 1a), Concacaf (2/2) GK 53 51 17 58 56 19 1984-10-30 1997-11-16 Ferguson, Don OQ (2/2) GK 3 3 1 10 10 3 1983-05-08 1987-10-06 Gallop, Steve - GK 0 0 0 1 0 0 1979-04-08 1979-04-08 Greco, Peter WCQ (3/3), 2xPAG (12/11), OQ (4/4) GK 3 3 2 19 18 6 1967-07-25 1971-08-24 Habermann, Sven FWC (0/0), OQ (2/2) GK 12 5 3 17 10 7 1983-12-08 1987-05-30 Harper, Bill WCQ (1/1) GK 1 1 0 1 1 0 1968-10-27 1968-10-27 Harrington, Pat - GK 1 0 0 2 0 0 1985-03-08 1992-09-03 Howard, Dick WCQ (4/4) GK 5 5 0 5 5 0 1972-08-20 1973-11-10 Klein, Marcus OQ (1/1) GK 0 0 0 1 1 0 1979-05-27 1979-05-27 Kusser, Art OQ (2/2) , PAG (1/1) GK 0 0 0 4 4 0 1967-06-13 1967-08-03 Lettieri, Tino FWC (2/2), 2xOLY (4/4), 2xWCQ (13/13), OQ (3/3) GK 24 24 11 35 33 15 1975-07-06 1986-06-09 Marini, Carlo Concacaf (1/0) GK 1 0 0 1 0 0 1991-06-28 1991-06-28 Merkl, Rob - GK 0 0 0 1 1 0 1989-07-22 1989-07-22 Pears, Ken WCQ (4/4) GK 4 4 0 4 4 0 1957-06-22 1957-07-04 Rosenfeld, Bryan - GK 1 1 0 1 1 0 1987-10-02 1987-10-02 Turner, Chris OQ (3/3) GK 4 4 0 8 8 2 1981-10-17 1984-05-26 Weber, Greg - GK 2 2 0 3 3 1 1973-08-05 1973-10-07 #CANMNT TOURNAMENTS / TOURNOIS (MP/MS) “A” MP MS G,A INTL MS G,A DÉBUT LAST INTL Adams, Tony OQ (1/1), PAG (5/4, 1g) OF 0 0 7 5 2g 1967-06-13 1967-08-03 Aguiar, Fernando WCQ (11/5, 1a) M 13 6 1a 14 7 1a 1995-01-26 1999-07-09 Alberti, Carlo OQ (1/1) FB 0 0 3 3 1979-04-01 1979-04-08 Albuquerque, Oscar OQ (2/2) F 0 0 4 4 1979-04-01 1979-05-27 Aubert, Gary WCQ (0/0) W 2 1 1g 2 1 1g 1973-08-01 1973-09-28 Aunger, Geoff 2x WCQ (17/14, 2g,1a), Concacaf (5/4, 1g,3a) M 44 33 4g,7a 47 35 4g,7a 1992-04-02 1997-11-16

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#CANMNT TOURNAMENTS / TOURNOIS (MP/MS) “A” MP MS G,A INTL MS G,A DÉBUT LAST INTL Ayre, Garry WCQ (7/7), OLY (2/2), PAG (2/2) FB / M 16 14 34 30 1973-09-30 1977-10-22 Babstock, Jeff PAG (3/3) FB 0 0 3 3 1971-08-09 1971-08-12 Baird, Iain - RB 8 4 14 10 1984-06-23 1987-04-25 Baird, Jim OQ (2/2), PAG (5/5, 2g) RH 0 0 8 8 2g 1967-06-13 1967-08-03 Bakic, Mike WCQ (4/4, 2g) F 4 4 2g 4 4 2g 1977-07-04 1977-10-22 Barbieri, Carmelo - F 1 1 1 1 1974-04-12 1974-04-12 Batchelor, Gary - M 4 2 6 4 1a 1973-08-05 1973-11-12 Belfiore, Ivan OQ (1/1) FB 0 0 1 1 1979-04-01 1979-04-01 Benedetti, Bob OQ (1/1), PAG (1/1) OL 0 0 2 2 1967-06-24 1967-07-29 Bennett, Chris - F 6 4 1g 16 10 3g 1973-09-30 1975-08-10 Berdusco, Eddy 2x WCQ (3/1, 1g), Concacaf (2/1) F 18 7 4g,1a 19 7 5g,1 1989-04-30 1997-11-16 • Bereza, Myron WCQ (2/2) OL 2 2 2 2 1957-07-04 1957-07-04 • Berry, Jim WCQ (4/4, 1a), OQ (2/2), PAG (5/5) FB 4 4 1a 12 12 1a 1967-06-13 1968-10-27 Boin, Guido - FB 1 1 2 2 1989-04-16 1989-04-30 Bolitho, Bob 2xWCQ (14/10, 2g, 1a), OLY (2/2), PAG (3/3) FB 22 18 2g,2a 44 38 4g,2a 1974-10-09 1981-11-21 Breganski, Zachary - 1 0 2 0 1974-10-09 1974-10-09 Bridge, Ian FWC (3/3), OLY (4/4), 3x WCQ (12/12, 3g,2a), OQ CB 35 34 5g,2a 49 48 5g,2a 1981-10-12 1991-06-30 Brown, Len OQ (3/3), PAG (8/6,1g,1a) M 0 0 11 9 1g,1a 1971-05-30 1971-08-12 • Budd, Brian WCQ (6/3, 2g, 1a) F 7 3 2g,1a 7 3 2g,1a 1976-10-10 1977-10-08 Bunbury, Alex 3x WCQ (31/30, 11g,3a), Concacaf (5/4, 1g,1a), OQ F 65 58 15g,6a 70 62 17g,6a 1986-08-24 1997-11-16 Burke, Mike OQ (1/0, 1g), PAG (3/2) F 0 0 9 6 2g 1975-07-06 1979-05-27 Burns, Tim - F 0 0 1 1 1975-08-06 1975-08-06 • Cairns, Roy WCQ (3/3) LB 3 3 3 3 1957-06-22 1957-07-04 Cambridge, Jeff - M 8 5 12 8 1a 1984-10-30 1987-10-06 Capasso, Tony - F 0 0 1 1 1996-07-14 1996-07-14 Carter, Ian WCQ (0/0) FB / M 8 3 1a 8 3 1a 1992-06-13 1995-01-26 Catliff, John 3x WCQ (13/12, 4g,2a), OLY (1/0), Concacaf (2/2, 1a), OQ F 45 36 18g,3a 60 50 26g,7a 1984-06-23 1994-06-12 Celebrini, Rick - FB 0 0 1 1 1988-04-03 1988-04-03 Chueden, Christopher - M 5 4 5 4 1986-08-24 1986-09-06 Ciaccia, Frank WCQ (1/1) M 3 2 1a 3 2 1a 1981-10-12 1981-11-12 Cleugh, Robbie OQ (1/0) M 0 0 3 0 1983-05-15 1983-07-10 Commisso, Cosimo - M 5 3 1a 6 4 1a 1988-03-30 1988-04-14 Compostella, John OQ (3/3) M 0 0 3 3 1971-05-30 1971-06-13 Concina, Enzo WCQ (0/0), Concacaf (2/1) CB 4 3 1g 8 7 1g 1988-07-15 1993-07-18 Connor, John OLY (2/2), OQ (2/2, 1g), PAG (2/2) F / M 4 3 23 22 2g,1a 1975-07-06 1984-06-27 Corsi, Jim - M 0 0 1 0 1979-09-30 1979-09-30 Csabai, Rob - F 0 0 2 0 1989-07-13 1989-07-22 Cubellis, Pat - F 4 0 5 1 1g 1986-08-24 1986-09-06 Deardon, Barry - F 3 3 3 3 1986-01-29 1986-02-05 DeLuca, Pasquale FWC (0/0), WCQ (4/1) M 19 15 1g,1a 20 16 1g,1a 1984-03-28 1985-09-14 De Santis, Nick WCQ (2/2) M 10 8 13 9 1g 1988-03-26 1997-10-12 DiFlorio, Gino - M 1 1 1 1 1988-07-15 1988-07-15 Di Luca, Bob WCQ (4/4), OQ (2/2), PAG (5/5) FB /HB 4 4 12 12 1967-06-13 1968-10-27 Diotte, Patrick Concacaf (2/1) CB 5 4 11 9 1989-07-13 1995-10-11 Doliscat, Rudy - M 5 2 1g 6 2 1g 1992-04-02 1995-01-26 • Domazetis, Billy OQ (1/0) F 0 0 3 0 1g 1987-04-18 1987-05-30 Douglas, Jimmy 2x WCQ (7/6, 1g), OLY (2/2, 2g), PAG (2/2) M 15 13 1g,2a 34 31 7g,5a 1972-08-20 1976-10-20 Duerden, Peter OQ (3/3), PAG (8/8) FB 0 0 11 11 1971-05-30 1971-08-12 Easton, Jim - M 6 5 10 9 1987-09-30 1992-09-03 Ellett, Neil WCQ (4/4), 2xOQ (2/1,1g), 2xPAG (11/9) HB 7 7 20 17 1g 1967-06-24 1973-11-10 Ercoli, Pat - M 1 1 1 1 1980-09-17 1980-09-17 Evans, John - M 0 0 1 0 1984-06-25 1984-06-25 Falzon, Charlie - FB 9 8 10 9 1g 1983-12-06 1989-06-08 Felix, Terry OQ (2/2, 2g) F 3 1 5 3 2g 1983-05-08 1983-06-19 Ferguson, Drew - M 10 9 1g 12 11 1g 1985-03-08 1991-03-16 Fiorvento, David - M 1 1 1 1 1989-04-16 1989-04-16 Fitzgerald, John WCQ (1/0) M 13 8 3a 18 9 3a 1988-02-18 1990-05-13 Franks, Chris - M 1 0 1 0 1998-05-18 1998-05-18 Fraser, Iain WCQ (14/12, 1a), Concacaf (2/2) CB /FB 30 28 2a 31 29 2a 1994-06-01 1997-11-16 Gant, Brian 2xWCQ (9/6) M 16 9 22 13 1a 1973-08-01 1981-11-21 Garraway, Ken WCQ (4/1), OLY (2/0), OQ (5/5,1g) F 22 19 1a 33 28 1g,1a 1983-07-10 1986-02-05 Gemeri, Tibor WCQ (1/1) CB 1 1 1 1 1980-10-25 1980-10-25 Gilbert, Nick Concacaf (3/2) F 12 7 1g 20 14 4g 1988-02-18 1992-09-03 Gilfillan, Peter Concacaf (1/1) FB 1 1 5 5 1989-04-30 1991-07-03 Goodheart, Robbie OQ (2/2), PAG (4/4) IF 0 0 7 7 1967-06-13 1967-08-01 Grant, Kevin WCQ (4/4), OLY (2/2), OQ (1/1), PAG (3/3) CB 9 9 29 29 1971-08-24 1976-07-21 Gray, Gerry FWC (2/2), OLY (4/4, 1g), WCQ (11/11, 1g, 3a), OQ M 35 33 2g,4a 54 52 9g,8a 1979-04-01 1991-03-16


#CANMNT TOURNAMENTS / TOURNOIS (MP/MS) “A” MP MS G,A INTL MS G,A DÉBUT LAST INTL • Greig, Doug WCQ (3/3) LH 3 3 3 3 1957-06-22 1957-07-04 Grimes, James - F 4 3 1g 6 5 1g 1988-03-26 1988-04-14 Groe, Carmine - M 0 0 1 1 1988-07-08 1988-07-08 Hansen, Harold WCQ (2/1), OQ (2/2, 2g), PAG (5/5, 2g) OF 2 1 10 9 4g 1967-06-13 1968-10-27 Harvey, Allan WCQ (4/4, 1a) M 4 4 1a 4 4 1a 1968-10-06 1968-10-27 Hatley, Graham - M 0 0 1 0 1979-04-05 1979-04-05 Hillman, Russ OQ (2/2), PAG (4/4) LH 0 0 7 7 1a 1967-06-13 1967-08-01 Holness, Kevin WCQ (0/0), Concacaf (2/2, 2g) M 9 4 2g,1a 13 8 3g,1a 1989-07-13 1996-06-05 Hooper, Lyndon 3x WCQ (21/18, 1g), OQ (1/0) Concacaf (5/5, 1a) M 67 58 1g,1a 78 66 4g,1a 1986-08-24 1997-06-01 Horrocks, Chris WCQ (2/0), PAG (2/1) RB 12 8 26 18 1972-08-29 1977-09-11 • Hughes, Art WCQ (4/4, 2g) CF 4 4 2g 4 4 2g 1957-06-22 1957-07-04 Hughes, R. John OQ (2/2) FB / M 4 3 8 7 1986-08-27 1987-10-06 Ianiero, Lucio OQ (2/2) M 16 7 1a 25 16 2g,1a 1986-08-24 1992-04-02 Iarusci, Robert 2xWCQ (18/18, 2g,2a) FB/CB 27 25 2g,2a 31 29 2g,2a 1976-09-24 1983-06-16 Ion, Gordon WCQ (2/2, 3a) OR 2 2 3a 2 2 3a 1957-06-22 1957-06-30 Ion, Greg FWC (0/0) M 6 6 1a 7 7 1a 1983-12-06 1988-05-19 Izatt, Keith - CB 4 3 4 3 1987-10-02 1989-04-16 James, Paul FWC (3/3), OLY (4/4), WCQ (7/7, 1g), OQ (3/3) M/FB 46 41 2g 59 54 2g 1983-12-06 1993-03-09 Jansen, Steve WCQ (0/0) CB 9 9 11 11 1988-02-18 1989-06-08 Jasken, Rick - F 0 0 4 3 3g,1a 1989-07-13 1989-07-22 Johnson, Glen 2xWCQ (6/6, 1g, 1a) F 8 8 1g,1a 8 8 1g,1a 1972-08-20 1976-10-27 Kaiser, Burk - FB 0 0 1 1 1988-07-08 1988-07-08 Karpun, Mark OQ (1/0) M 1 0 2 0 1983-10-13 1986-04-27 Kauck, Karl OQ (2/2), PAG (5/5) CH 0 0 8 8 1967-06-13 1967-08-03 Kelly, Jim - 0 0 2 1 1975-07-06 1975-07-31 Kern, Greg OQ (2/2) CB 11 9 17 15 1986-02-05 1988-04-12 • Kerr, Johnny 2xWCQ (9/9, 1a) M 10 9 1a 10 9 1a 1968-10-06 1977-09-11 Kindel, Steve - M 4 0 4 0 1995-06-06 1999-07-09 Kodelja, Victor WCQ (3/3) F 8 8 14 13 1a 1974-04-12 1977-10-08 Kouzmanis, Tom WCQ (0/0), Concacaf (1/1) M 5 5 4g 5 5 4g 1995-08-01 1997-08-17 Kovar, Jozsef PAG (3/3) M 0 0 3 3 1975-10-13 1975-10-19 Kraemer, Jens - CB 0 0 1 1 1988-07-08 1988-07-08 Lawrence, Tony OLY (2/2) CB 0 0 5 5 1976-07-09 1976-07-21 Lecce, Tony 2x WCQ (8/7) FB/CB 8 7 8 7 1968-10-06 1972-09-05 Lee, Paul OQ (2/2, 1a) M 1 1 8 8 1g,1a 1983-05-08 1984-06-27 Lenarduzzi, Bob FWC (3/3), 3xWCQ (25/25, 2g,3a), OLY (4/4), OQ FB / M 48 48 5g,3a 60 60 5g,3a 1973-08-01 1986-06-09 Lenarduzzi, Sam 3xWCQ (17/16), OQ (4/4), 2xPAG (8/7) RB/CB 29 28 48 46 1967-06-13 1980-09-15 Limniatis, John 3x WCQ (11/8), Concacaf (6/4, 1g) CB / M 45 35 1g,1a 49 39 1g,2a 1987-09-30 1997-03-16 Lopez, Dino - 1 1 1 1 1992-09-03 1992-09-03 Lowery, Jamie FWC (1/0), OQ (1/1), Concacaf (2/2, 1g) M 19 17 1g 32 29 1g 1983-07-06 1991-06-30 Lowther, Shaun WCQ (2/1), OQ (2/2, 1a) CB 14 12 18 15 1a 1983-10-23 1985-05-08 Loy, Julien - M 0 0 1 1 1989-04-30 1989-04-30 MacDonald, Steven - CB 7 6 1g 8 7 1g 1989-04-14 1995-10-11 MacKay, Ike 2x WCQ (8/6, 1g,3a), OQ (1/1), PAG (3/1) F 9 7 1g,3a 14 10 3g,3a 1967-06-13 1977-10-20 MacKenzie, David OQ (1/1) RB 0 0 1 1 1979-05-27 1979-05-27 MacLean, Ian - FB/CB 3 0 3 0 1995-01-26 1995-08-03 Magill, Billy - F 0 0 2 1 1975-08-06 1975-08-10 Majcher, Josef Concacaf (1/1) M 3 1 4 1 1991-07-03 1992-06-13 Marcantonio, Carmine 2x WCQ (2/1) M 2 1 2 1 1976-09-24 1980-11-01 Marinaro, Hector - F 5 3 5 3 1986-09-04 1995-10-11 Martin, Craig OQ (6/5, 1g) CB 6 4 15 11 1g 1983-05-08 1984-07-25 Mazzucco, Ralph - M 0 0 1 1 1984-06-30 1984-06-30 McAvan, Bob OQ (2/2) M 0 0 4 3 1979-04-01 1979-05-27 McCaig, David OQ (2/1) M 0 0 3 2 1a 1979-04-01 1979-04-08 McCallum, Trevor - CB 18 16 21 19 1983-12-06 1988-07-15 McDonald, Jim PAG (2/2) CB 5 5 10 10 1973-09-30 1975-10-19 McEachern, Neil OQ (1/0) CB 0 0 1 0 1979-05-27 1979-05-27 McGrane, John 2xWCQ (9/8), OLY (2/2) CB / F 13 12 23 18 1976-07-09 1981-11-06 McGuire, John PAG (1/1) F 0 0 1 1 1975-10-19 1975-10-19 McKinty, Doug - M 1 1 2 2 1992-04-02 1992-04-02 McLenaghen, Mike WCQ (4/2), OLY (2/0), OQ (2/2) CB / M 8 3 22 12 1975-01-05 1981-11-15 McLeod, Normie WCQ (4/4, 1g) OL/OR 4 4 1g 4 4 1g 1957-06-22 1957-07-04 McLeod, Wes 2xWCQ (9/9, 1g), OLY (2/2) M 18 15 1g 29 23 1g 1977-07-09 1985-06-09 McLoughlin, Jim OQ (1/1) CB 0 0 4 2 1976-07-12 1979-04-08 McNally, Ed OQ (2/0, 1g) F 4 3 11 8 1g 1983-05-08 1987-09-30 McNaught, Doug - F 3 1 1a 4 1 1a 1985-03-08 1985-03-17 McPate, Ralph WCQ (4/4, 2g), PAG (5/5, 2g) IF 4 4 2g 10 10 4g 1967-06-13 1968-10-27

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#CANMNT TOURNAMENTS / TOURNOIS (MP/MS) “A” MP MS G,A INTL MS G,A DÉBUT LAST INTL McQueen, Dave OQ (2/2) FB 0 0 2 2 1983-05-08 1983-05-15 Megraw, Robin OLY (2/2) RB / M 0 0 12 11 1975-07-31 1976-07-21 Millar, Bill WCQ (0/0), OQ (3/1), PAG (6/6) CB / M 1 1 10 8 1971-06-08 1973-08-05 Miller, Bruce WCQ (2/1), OQ (1/1) F 8 6 2g 14 10 2g 1975-01-05 1984-04-01 Miller, Colin FWC, 3x WCQ (28/27, 2g), Concacaf (8/7, 1g), OQ (2/1) M 61 59 5g,1a 65 62 5g,1a 1983-06-19 1997-11-16 Mitchell, Dale FWC (1/1), 4x WCQ (25/22, 9g, 4a), OLY (4/4, 3g), OQ F 55 50 19g,6a 72 65 23g,9a 1980-09-15 1993-08-15 • Mobilio, Domenic 3x WCQ (13/6, 3g), Concacaf (2/2) F 25 15 3g,1a 30 20 7g,2a 1986-01-29 1997-11-09 Monje, Juan OQ (3/3), PAG (3/1, 1g) CH 0 0 6 4 1g 1971-05-30 1971-08-08 Moore, Terry FWC (0/0), WCQ (3/3), OLY (4/4), OQ (5/5) CB 12 11 22 21 1981-10-14 1987-05-30 Morielli, Gerry OQ (1/1) M 0 0 3 2 1979-04-01 1979-04-08 Mrsic, George - M 0 0 2 2 1989-07-13 1989-07-16 Muirhead, Doug - F 6 1 1g,1a 9 3 1g,1a 1989-04-12 1992-04-02 Munson, Scott Concacaf (3/3) F 3 3 3 3 1991-06-28 1991-07-03 Nagy, Lajos OQ (2/1) F 0 0 3 2 1979-04-01 1979-05-27 Needham, Grant WCQ (1/0) M 2 1 2 1 1991-03-16 1993-08-15 Nesin, Steve - F 3 2 3 2 1986-01-29 1986-02-05 Nocita, Tony WCQ (0/0) FB/M 9 8 1a 14 10 1a 1987-04-18 1992-04-02 Norman, Dave FWC (3/3), OLY (2/0), 2x WCQ (19/15, 1a), OQ (4/4) M 49 40 1g,1a 58 47 1g,2a 1983-10-23 1994-06-12 Odinga, Norm WCQ (1/0), 2xOQ (4/4, 1g), OQ (4/4, 1g) M 8 7 1g 26 21 3g,2a 1983-05-08 1993-07-31 Oliviero, Giuliano - M 1 0 1 0 1995-10-11 1995-10-11 Ongaro, Ross OQ (1/1) F 0 0 1 1 1979-05-27 1979-05-27 Onorato, Andy PAG (6/5) M 0 0 6 5 1971-08-01 1971-08-12 Pakos, George FWC (1/0), WCQ (6/5, 2g), OQ (3/2, 2g) M / F 23 17 5g 33 26 10g,2a 1983-12-06 1987-05-23 Panhuyzen, Tom - FB 4 4 8 8 1987-10-02 1988-06-17 Papadakis, Nick WCQ (4/4, 2g,1a) F 4 4 2g,1a 4 4 2g,1a 1968-10-06 1968-10-27 Parsons, Buzz 2xWCQ (12/10, 5g), OQ (4/4,1g), PAG (8/7,5g) F 24 21 7g 45 39 13g 1971-05-30 1980-09-17 • Patterson, Norman WCQ (3/0,1g), OQ (2/2), PAG (2/1) F 3 0 1g 8 3 1g 1967-06-13 1968-10-27 Petrone, Joe PAG (4/4) F 0 0 4 4 1967-07-25 1967-08-03 • Philley, Brian WCQ (4/4, 2g,1a) IL 4 4 2g,1a 4 4 2g,1a 1957-06-22 1957-07-04 • Philley, Pat WCQ (3/3) CH 3 3 3 3 1957-06-22 1957-07-04 Phillips, David - F 2 0 2 0 1984-10-21 1984-11-02 Pignatiello, Tony - M 11 11 1g,1a 14 13 1g,1a 1988-02-18 1988-07-15 Piscopo, Matteo - F 1 0 1 0 1974-04-12 1974-04-12 Poole, Darren - F 1 0 1 0 1981-10-12 1981-10-12 Ragan, Randy FWC (3/3), OLY (4/4), 2x WCQ (10/9, 2a), OQ (9/9) M 38 36 2a 58 56 3a 1979-04-05 1987-05-30 Reilly, Kevin - M 0 0 3 0 1989-07-16 1989-07-22 Reyes, Jim - M 1 0 1 0 1989-04-16 1989-04-16 Riley, Tom - F 1 0 2 1 1975-01-02 1975-01-05 Rizi, Marco WCQ (2/0) M 12 3 12 3 1992-09-03 1995-08-01 Robinson, Brian 2xWCQ (6/4, 1g) M 16 14 1g 26 24 3g 1972-08-20 1976-12-22 Roe, Peter WCQ (2/2), PAG (3/3) F 9 5 1g 22 15 2g 1974-10-09 1983-06-19 Rose, Carl OLY (1/0), PAG (2/0) F 0 0 11 5 2g 1975-07-06 1976-07-19 Samson, Daryl WCQ (1/0) M 1 0 1 0 1976-10-27 1976-10-27 Samuel, Randy FWC (3/3), 4x,WCQ (36/34, 1a), Concacaf (5/4) CB 82 76 1a 88 82 1a 1983-12-11 1997-11-16 Santos, Mario - 0 0 1 0 1975-07-31 1975-07-31 Sarantopoulos, Peter 2x WCQ (6/6) FB/CB 28 25 39 35 1988-02-18 1993-03-11 Sauer, Frank - M 4 1 5 2 1973-09-30 1974-04-12 Schepers, John OQ (4/4, 2g), PAG (6/6, 3g) F 0 0 10 10 5g 1971-05-30 1971-08-24 Schiraldi, Joe WCQ (3/3), OQ (4/2, 1a), PAG (4/1) F 9 7 1g 19 13 1g,1a 1971-05-30 1973-11-12 Scott, Roderick Concacaf (3/3) M 5 5 5 5 1993-03-04 1993-07-18 Segota, Branko FWC (3/0), 2xWCQ (8/8, 1g,2a), OQ (3/3, 1a) F 20 13 3g,2a 28 20 5g,4a 1979-04-01 1988-10-15 • Shaw, Alex WCQ (1/1) LB 1 1 1 1 1957-07-04 1957-07-04 Sloly, Peter - CB 1 1 1 1 1984-11-02 1984-11-02 Spink, Alan OQ (2/2) FB 0 0 4 4 1983-05-08 1983-07-10 • Steckiw, Ostap WCQ (1/1, 1g) RH 1 1 1g 1 1 1g 1957-07-04 1957-07-04 Steele, Jack WCQ (3/3) RH 3 3 3 3 1957-06-22 1957-07-04 • Stewart, Gogie WCQ (4/4,2g) IF 4 4 2g 4 4 2g 1957-06-22 1957-07-04 • Stojanović, Mike WCQ (9/9, 3g) F 15 14 5g,1a 18 17 7g,1a 1980-09-15 1981-11-21 Stothard, David WCQ (4/4) RB 4 4 4 4 1957-06-22 1957-07-04 Strenicer, Jeno 2x WCQ (8/7, 2a) M 9 8 2a 11 10 2a 1977-07-04 1980-11-01 Sudeyko, Dan OQ (2/2, 1g) CB 0 0 9 9 3g 1983-05-08 1987-04-25 Sweeney, Mike FWC (2/1), 4x WCQ (29/25, 1g,4a), OLY (4/4), OQ M / CB 61 56 1g,5a 81 76 4g,5a 1979-04-01 1993-08-15 Sweetzer, Gordon WCQ (3/1, 2a) F 4 2 2a 5 3 2a 1981-10-14 1981-11-15 Teame, Jim OQ (1/1) M 0 0 1 1 1971-08-24 1971-08-24 Telford, Ray OLY (2/2), OQ (4/4), 2xPAG (8/8) LB 0 0 23 23 1a 1971-05-30 1976-07-21 Thompson, Gary WCQ (7/4, 1a) F 7 4 1a 15 8 1a 1971-05-30 1977-10-22 Tomassetti, Lino - FB 0 0 1 0 1988-07-08 1988-07-08


#CANMNT Titotto, Guido Tonci, Zohil Turpin, Joe Twamley, Bruce Valentine, Carl • Vigh, Tibor Vrablic, Igor Wallace, Gordon Watts, Steve Whitehead, Ken Wilson, Bruce Yallop, Frank Young, Bill Young, Gregor Zachary, Peter • Zakaluzny, Walt Zanatta, Sergio

TOURNAMENTS / TOURNOIS (MP/MS) “A” MP MS G,A INTL MS G,A DÉBUT LAST INTL - M 3 1 4 2 1989-04-12 1989-04-30 - M 0 0 3 0 1974-10-12 1975-01-02 - M 1 0 3 1 1974-12-29 1975-01-05 2x WCQ (5/5, 1g) FB 8 8 1g 8 8 1g 1972-08-20 1977-10-22 FWC (3/3), 3x WCQ (15/9, 1a), Concacaf (2/2) M / F 31 23 1g,3a 32 24 1g,3a 1985-09-14 1993-08-15 WCQ (4/4, 2g) F 4 4 2g 4 4 2g 1968-10-06 1968-10-27 FWC (2/2), OLY (4/4, 1g), WCQ (8/8, 3g,2a), OQ F 34 32 9g,2a 49 46 14g,3a 1983-06-16 1986-09-06 WCQ (0/0) F 10 5 1a 13 8 1a 1973-09-30 1980-11-11 - 0 0 1 1 1979-02-03 1979-02-03 OLY (1/0) F 0 0 4 0 1975-07-31 1976-07-21 FWC (3/3), OLY (4/4), 3xWCQ (22/22, 1a), OQ LB 57 57 2a 72 72 2a 1974-04-12 1986-06-09 2x WCQ (28/28, 2a), Concacaf (7/6) RB/CB 52 51 2a 54 53 2a 1990-05-13 1997-11-16 WCQ (4/4), OQ (2/2,1a), PAG (6/6,2g) M 4 4 12 12 2g,1a 1971-06-13 1972-09-05 - CB 1 1 2 2 1992-03-29 1992-04-02 - F 0 0 2 2 1979-04-05 1979-04-08 WCQ (2/2) LH / IL 2 2 2 2 1957-07-04 1957-07-04 WCQ (3/3, 1g), 2xOQ (4/4,1g,1a), PAG (7/7, 2g,1a) OL 3 3 1g 15 15 4g,3a 1967-06-13 1968-10-20

PLAYERS 1990s - 2020s JOUEURS

International matches through 31 December 2020 / Matchs internationaux jusqu’au 31 décembre 2020 (All years and all tournaments and friendlies / toutes les années et tous les tournois et matchs amicaux)

MP = “A” Appearances / matchs; MS = Starts / départs; INTL = All international appearances; CS = Clean sheets / blanchissages; G = Goals / buts; A = Assists / passes). FWC = FIFA World Cup / Coupe du Monde de la FIFA; WCQ = FIFA World Cup Qualifiers / Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA; FCC = FIFA Confederations Cup / Coupe des Conféderations

GK #CANMNT “A” Borjan, Milan Crépeau, Maxime Forrest, Craig (61 int’l) Hirschfeld, Lars Leutwiler, Jayson Onstad, Pat (65 int’l) Stamatopoulos, Kenny Sutton, Greg Thomas, Simon

MP MS 49 46 5 4 56 56 48 45 3 1 59 57 21 17 16 15 8 6

CS 21 0 18 17 3 23 9 7 2

“A” DÉBUT 2011-02-09 2016-02-05 1988-05-25 2000-01-11 2016-11-11 1988-02-18 2001-11-14 2004-01-18 2013-01-26

LAST “A” 2019-11-15 2020-01-15 2001-06-04 2014-01-21 2017-09-02 2010-05-24 2016-06-07 2009-07-18 2017-10-08

POS GK GK GK GK GK GK GK GK GK

#CANMNT “A” Adekugbe, Samuel Aird, Fraser Akindele, Tesho Alemán, Keven Arfield, Scott Aristodemo, Robbie Attakora, Nana Beaulieu-Bourgault, Jonathan Bekker, Kyle

MP MS 11 5 8 5 17 11 4 0 19 17 7 1 10 5 10 4 18 10

G,A “A” DÉBUT 2015-09-08 1g,1a 2015-10-13 3g,2a 2015-06-11 2013-07-11 2g,7a 2016-03-25 1997-08-17 2010-01-31 2009-11-14 2a 2013-01-26

LAST “A” 2020-01-15 2017-10-08 2020-01-15 2017-10-08 2019-11-15 2000-06-04 2017-01-22 2013-01-29 2017-01-22

POS FB FB / M M / F F M M CB M M

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#xTOURNAMENTS / TOURNOIS (MP/MS) 2x WCQ (10/9), Concacaf (20/20) WCQ (0/0), Concacaf (1/0) FCC (3/3), 2x WCQ (21/21), Concacaf (10/10) 3x WCQ (15/15), Concacaf (8/8) Concacaf (0/0) 6x WCQ (18/18), Concacaf (8/8) 2x WCQ (0/0), Concacaf (0/0) 2x WCQ (0/0), Concacaf (8/8) WCQ (0/0), Concacaf (0/0) #xTOURNAMENTS / TOURNOIS (MP/MS,G,A) WCQ (1/0), Concacaf (4/3) WCQ (0/0), Concacaf (1/0) WCQ (8/3, 1g, 2a), Concacaf (2/2) Concacaf (1/0) WCQ (3/2, 1a), Concacaf (11/10, 2g, 4a) WCQ (1/0), Concacaf (0/0) 2x WCQ (1/0) WCQ (3/2), Concacaf (1/0) WCQ (0/0), Concacaf (3/3)


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CANADA SOCCER

POS #xTOURNAMENTS / TOURNOIS (MP/MS,G,A) M FCC (3/3), 2x WCQ (11/11), Concacaf (7/6) M 3x WCQ (12/8, 1a), Concacaf (14/13, 1g, 1a) M 2x WCQ (0/0), Concacaf (1/0) M FCC (0/0), 2x WCQ (3/2), Concacaf (3/3, 2a) FB Concacaf (4/3) FB Concacaf (3/3) FB / M FCC (3/3), 3x WCQ (12/7, 3g, 2a), Concacaf (15/15, 2a) FB / M Concacaf (2/1) CB WCQ (2/2), Concacaf (1/0) F WCQ (1/0), Concacaf (14/10, 11g, 1a) M Concacaf (0/0) M WCQ (4/2), Concacaf (5/5) F FCC (3/1), 3x WCQ (23/17, 2g, 1a), Concacaf (12/10, 8g, 1a) CB Concacaf (12/10) M FCC (2/2), 3x WCQ (17/15, 1g), Concacaf (11/11, 1g) F Concacaf (12/10, 11g, 5a) FB / W Concacaf (15/14, 5g, 7a) M 4x WCQ (29/29, 1g), Concacaf (17/15, 2g, 3a) FB / M 3x WCQ (14/12), Concacaf (14/12, 1g) F / M FCC (2/0), 5x WCQ (24/23, 9g, 8a), Concacaf (18/13, 6g) CB FCC (3/3), 3x WCQ (13/12, 2g, 2a), Concacaf (15/15, 1g, 1a) M WCQ (0/0) M WCQ (3/2), Concacaf (3/3) CB 3x WCQ (17/15, 2g, 2a), Concacaf (6/6) FB / M Concacaf (0/0) F WCQ (1/0) M Concacaf (1/0) CB 3x WCQ (7/6), Concacaf (7/6) CB FCC (3/2), 3x WCQ (7/4, 1g), Concacaf (8/7, 1g) M Concacaf (1/0) F WCQ (5/3), Concacaf (4/2) M WCQ (0/0) F WCQ (2/1) F WCQ (7/4, 6g, 1a), Concacaf (13/9, 6g, 1a) CB WCQ (2/2), Concacaf (2/2) FB Concacaf (3/3) M 2x WCQ (4/4), Concacaf (3/2) F 2x WCQ (5/0), Concacaf (6/4) CB 3x WCQ (11/11, 1g), Concacaf (11/9) M WCQ (3/3, 1a), Concacaf (3/0) FB FCC (0/0), 2x WCQ (11/9), Concacaf (19/18, 1g) CB WCQ (4/4), Concacaf (12/12, 1g) W WCQ (6/6, 2a), Concacaf (14/12, 9g, 6a) F 3x WCQ (17/9, 4g, 4a), Concacaf (5/0, 1g) M 4x WCQ (27/26, 2g, 2a), Concacaf (21/19, 2g, 4a) M FCC (2/2), 3x WCQ (9/9), Concacaf (6/6, 1a) F 3x WCQ (12/8, 4g, 2a), Concacaf (8/3) F Concacaf (3/1, 1a) CB 3x WCQ (5/5), Concacaf (9/9, 1g) CB WCQ (4/4, 1g), Concacaf (3/2) FB 3x WCQ (15/15, 2a), Concacaf (5/5) M 3x WCQ (17/16, 3g, 3a), Concacaf (10/10) M Concacaf (10/8, 3a) FB 3x WCQ (11/11), Concacaf (5/5, 1a) F FCC (1/1), 2x WCQ (8/3), Concacaf (3/0) F WCQ (10/10, 4g), Concacaf (11/5, 3g) FB Concacaf (4/4) FB / M 3x WCQ (16/13, 1g, 1a), Concacaf (8/8) M Concacaf (2/2) CB WCQ (0/0) CB / F FCC (2/2), 4x WCQ (13/12, 1g, 1a), Concacaf (16/16, 3g) CB FCC (2/2), 2x WCQ (7/7), Concacaf (12/12) F Concacaf (7/2, 1a) CB / FB Concacaf (3/2) FB WCQ (3/2, 1a), Concacaf (3/1) M 3x WCQ (6/6, 1g), Concacaf (6/2)

CANADA MNT

LAST “A” 2003-11-18 2017-07-14 2000-01-08 2004-06-16 2019-06-19 2007-06-01 2008-09-10 2003-06-01 2011-02-09 2019-11-15 2020-01-07 2002-05-15 2004-10-13 2020-01-10 2004-01-18 2019-11-15 2019-11-15 2016-06-03 2018-09-09 2015-01-19 2004-10-13 2016-11-11 2013-09-10 2018-03-24 2018-03-24 2015-06-11 2019-11-15 2003-11-18 2003-06-01 2020-01-15 2011-06-11 2016-02-05 2008-11-19 2011-06-11 2007-06-01 2020-01-07 2006-09-04 2016-11-11 2015-10-13 2008-11-19 2010-05-29 2019-11-15 2019-11-15 2016-06-07 2019-06-29 2010-05-24 2017-03-22 2017-10-08 2018-03-24 2020-01-07 2012-10-12 2019-09-10 2019-11-15 2012-10-16 2001-06-04 2019-09-10 2020-01-15 2017-03-22 2005-07-09 2017-01-22 2012-10-16 2003-01-18 2019-09-10 2020-01-15 2020-01-15 2016-02-05

FUTSAL - PARA

G,A “A” DÉBUT 1995-06-04 2g,5a 2003-11-15 1995-10-11 1g,4a 1995-06-02 2018-10-16 2004-01-18 6g,8a 1995-06-02 1g 2002-07-12 2008-01-30 11g,1a 2012-08-15 1g,2a 2017-01-22 1g 1995-06-04 11g,2a 1994-06-01 2018-09-09 2g,3a 1992-04-02 11g,5a 2018-09-09 5g,7a 2017-06-13 4g,7a 2002-01-26 3g,2a 2007-11-20 22g,13a 1998-05-18 4g,5a 1995-06-02 2016-02-05 1g 2010-05-29 4g,2a 2011-02-09 2017-06-13 1g 2010-01-31 2019-11-15 1994-06-12 2g 1991-07-03 1a 2019-10-15 2g,2a 2003-01-18 2015-10-13 2008-01-30 15g,2a 2005-07-02 2004-01-18 2018-03-24 1g,1a 2004-09-08 3g 2010-10-08 2g,1a 2006-11-12 2a 2007-03-25 1g,1a 1998-05-18 1g 2012-08-15 9g,10a 2015-10-13 6g,4a 2002-07-14 7g,7a 2002-07-12 3a 2000-10-09 6g,2a 2009-05-30 3g,2a 2016-10-07 1g,1a 2008-01-30 2g 2015-01-16 1g,2a 1998-05-18 4g,7a 2005-11-16 3a 2017-06-13 2a 2003-02-12 1g,1a 1995-06-02 8g 2014-05-23 2019-09-07 1g,1a 2007-08-22 2005-07-02 2015-10-13 11g,3a 2000-05-27 1995-06-02 1a 2018-03-24 2019-06-23 1a 2011-10-07 1g,1a 2006-11-12

CANADA WNT

MP MS 32 29 56 41 4 1 17 14 4 3 12 8 49 40 5 2 9 5 17 10 3 1 19 12 59 48 13 11 63 58 12 10 17 14 89 84 56 48 81 66 49 48 3 1 14 11 42 37 4 3 10 6 1 0 33 28 40 30 4 3 32 17 2 2 3 2 31 20 11 9 5 4 12 9 27 13 44 39 9 5 59 54 31 29 27 24 43 19 84 80 36 33 49 28 9 3 41 38 17 16 35 31 45 40 14 10 36 32 22 12 31 19 6 6 50 44 3 2 3 2 63 61 27 27 8 3 5 4 18 8 38 21

HALL of FAME

#CANMNT “A” Bent, Jason Bernier, Patrice Biello, Mauro Bircham, Marc Brault-Guillard, Zach Braz, Adam Brennan, Jim Canizalez, Maycoll Cann, Adrian Cavallini, Lucas Chapman, Jay Clarke, Jeff Corazzin, Carlo Cornelius, Derek Dasovic, Nick David, Jonathan Davies, Alphonso de Guzman, Julian de Jong, Marcel De Rosario, Dwayne deVos, Jason Dixon, Jamar Dunfield, Terry Edgar, David Edwards, Raheem Edwini-Bonsu, Randy Eustáquio, Stephen Fenwick, Paul Fletcher, Carl Fraser, Liam Friend, Rob Froese, Kianz Gbeke, Charles Gerba, Ali Gervais, Gabriel Godinho, Marcus Grande, Sandro Haber, Marcus Hainault, André Harmse, Kevin Hastings, Richard Henry, Doneil Hoilett, Junior Hume, Iain Hutchinson, Atiba Imhof, Daniel Jackson, Simeon Jackson-Hamel, Anthony Jaković, Dejan James, Manjrekar Jazić, Ante Johnson, Will Kaye, Mark-Anthony Klukowski, Mike Kusch, Garret Larin, Cyle Laryea, Richie Ledgerwood, Nik Leduc, Patrick Lefèvre, Wandrille McKenna, Kevin Menezes, Tony Millar, Liam Miller, Kamal Morgan, Ashtone Nakajima-Farran, Issey


#CANMNT Nash, Martin Nsaliwa, Tam Occean, Olivier Okello, Noble Ornoch, Andrzej Osorio, Jonathan Ouimette, Karl Pacheco, Pedro Parker, Brad Peschisolido, Paul Peters, Jaime Petrasso, Michael Piette, Samuel Pizzolitto, Nevio Porter, Kyle Pozniak, Chris Radzinski, Tomasz Ricketts, Tosaint Roberts, Mallan Rogers, Mark Serioux, Adrian Simpson, Josh Stalteri, Paul Straith, Adam Tabla, Ballou Teibert, Russell Thomas, Elvis Thompson, Niall Tissot, Maxim Vitória, Steven Watson, Mark Williams, Chris Wotherspoon, David Xausa, Davide

MP MS 38 25 13 7 28 16 2 0 3 0 34 25 18 10 18 9 8 4 53 41 26 7 9 8 49 35 8 6 7 2 24 13 46 44 61 42 1 0 7 2 19 16 43 29 84 83 43 39 2 1 27 11 3 2 9 4 13 7 14 11 78 76 3 1 2 1 32 23

G,A DÉBUT 2g,9a 1997-04-06 3a 2001-04-24 6g,1a 2004-05-30 2020-01-07 2006-11-12 5g,6a 2013-05-28 2a 2013-11-19 2010-05-29 1995-06-06 10g,3a 1992-06-13 1g 2004-08-18 2016-06-03 4a 2012-06-03 1999-09-02 2013-01-26 2002-01-18 10g,12a 1995-06-04 17g,4a 2011-02-09 2015-06-16 2000-10-09 1g 2004-08-18 4g,6a 2004-01-18 7g,6a 1995-06-02 3a 2010-05-24 2018-10-16 2g,3a 2012-08-15 1999-10-10 2g 1993-03-09 2a 2015-01-16 2g 2016-02-05 3g 1991-03-16 2003-01-18 2018-03-24 2g,1a 1995-06-02

LAST “A” 2008-01-30 2008-06-04 2012-10-12 2020-01-10 2009-05-30 2020-01-15 2016-11-11 2014-10-14 2000-01-08 2004-09-04 2011-06-01 2018-03-24 2020-01-15 2004-08-18 2013-11-19 2009-05-30 2009-11-18 2020-01-15 2015-06-16 2003-11-18 2008-10-15 2012-02-29 2010-10-08 2017-06-13 2018-11-18 2020-01-10 2000-01-11 2000-10-09 2017-03-22 2019-11-15 2004-10-13 2008-11-19 2019-09-10 2003-01-18

GK #CANMNT “A” MP MS CS Al-Shaïbani, Haidar 1 0 0 Busti, Alessandro 1 1 1 Chencinski, Tomer 1 1 0 Irving, Callum 1 1 0 Melvin, Sean 1 0 0 Monsalve, David 1 1 Roberts, Quillan 1 0 0 Wagenaar, Josh 4 4 1

DÉBUT 2010-05-29 2018-10-16 2013-03-25 2017-01-22 2017-01-22 2010-01-31 2015-03-30 2006-11-12

LAST “A” 2010-05-29 2018-10-16 2013-03-25 2017-01-22 2017-01-22 2010-01-31 2015-03-30 2010-05-29

P. GK GK GK GK GK GK GK GK

#CANMNT “A” MP MS G, A Ademolu, Stephen 5 2 Aparicio, Manuel 1 0 Bair, Theo 2 0 1g Bassong, Zorhan 2 1 1a Borges, Tristan 1 0 Brym, Charles-Andreas 3 2 1g Bustos, Marco 6 2 Cebara, Stefan 5 3 Clarke, Caleb 2 0 Corbin-Ong, La’Vere 1 0 Cordova, Juan 2 0 Davies, Philippe 1 0 Didić, Amer 2 2 1g Farmer, Jackson 1 0 Fisk, Ben 2 1 Fronimadis, David 1 0 Gagnon-Laparé, J. 5 1 Haber, Daniel 5 0

DÉBUT 2005-11-16 2014-10-14 2020-01-07 2020-01-10 2020-01-10 2020-01-07 2015-10-13 2013-03-22 2013-11-15 2017-03-22 2017-06-13 2013-01-26 2020-01-10 2013-09-08 2017-01-22 2004-01-18 2013-09-08 2013-05-28

LAST “A” 2010-05-29 2014-10-14 2020-01-15 2020-01-15 2020-01-10 2020-01-15 2017-03-22 2013-11-19 2015-01-16 2017-03-22 2017-10-08 2013-01-26 2020-01-15 2013-09-08 2017-03-22 2004-01-18 2014-10-14 2014-05-27

P. M M F FB M F F M F FB FB M CB CB M FB M F

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POS M M F F F M FB M M F F W / FB M CB M M F F CB FB M M FB / M M M M F F FB CB CB FB M M

#xTOURNAMENTS / TOURNOIS (MP/MS,G,A) 2x WCQ (14/9, 1a), Concacaf (9/7, 3a) FCC (1/0), Concacaf (3/1) 3x WCQ (15/8, 4g, 1a), Concacaf (2/2) Concacaf (0/0) WCQ (1/0) WCQ (1/1, 1a), Concacaf (17/12, 2g, 4a) WCQ (4/3), Concacaf (1/1) WCQ (2/0), Concacaf (3/1) Concacaf (3/0) FCC (3/2), 4x WCQ (26/18, 4g), Concacaf (6/5, 1a) WCQ (5/1), Concacaf (5/1) WCQ (0/0), Concacaf (4/4) 2x WCQ (9/3, 1a), Concacaf (16/16, 2a) WCQ (1/1), Concacaf (2/2) Concacaf (2/0) 2x WCQ (3/1), Concacaf (8/4) 3x WCQ (19/19, 3g, 8a), Concacaf (2/2, 1g) 2x WCQ (20/12, 7g, 3a), Concacaf (9/4) WCQ (1/0) WCQ (1/0), Concacaf (4/2) 2x WCQ (8/7, 1g), Concacaf (2/1) 2x WCQ (11/7, 3g, 1a), Concacaf (10/8, 2a) FCC (3/3), 3x WCQ (16/16), Concacaf (23/23, 1g, 4a) 2x WCQ (13/12, 2a), Concacaf (3/3) Concacaf (2/1) WCQ (2/1, 1g, 1a), Concacaf (11/5, 1a) Concacaf (1/0) WCQ (1/0), Concacaf (2/0) WCQ (2/0), Concacaf (1/1) Concacaf (8/7, 1g) FCC (2/2), 4x WCQ (34/34, 2g), Concacaf (11/10, 1g) WCQ (1/0) Concacaf (1/1) FCC (2/2), WCQ (6/4), Concacaf (8/7)

#CANMNT “A” MP MS G, A Hamilton, Jordan 2 0 Haworth, Carl 1 0 Hemming, Tyler 2 1 Imhof, Dominic 1 0 James, Evan 2 0 Jonke, Frank 1 0 Kappos, Stathis 1 0 Mannella, Chris 3 0 Matondo, Sita-Taty 1 1 McCallum, Gavin 1 0 1g McKendry, Ben 1 1 Nelson, Jayden 3 0 1g Placentino, Rocco 1 0 Reda, Marco 7 7 1g Ribeiro, António 3 1 1a Rivas, Carlos Jr. 1 0 Rosenlund, Tyler 1 0 Shaffelburg, Jacob 1 0 Shome, Shamit 2 0 Sidra, Eddy 3 2 Simpson, David 1 0 Stanese, Daniel 1 0 Stinson, Matt 1 0 Sulentic, Johnny 2 2 Trafford, Charlie 3 1 Trafford, Mason 1 0 Twardek, Kris 1 0 Wassey, Massih 2 2 Zavarise, Gianluca 1 0

DÉBUT 2014-10-14 2016-11-11 2009-05-30 2009-05-30 2013-01-26 2013-01-29 2004-01-18 2015-01-16 2003-01-18 2010-05-29 2017-01-22 2020-01-07 2005-09-03 2005-02-09 2007-06-01 2010-01-31 2008-01-30 2020-01-10 2020-01-07 2009-05-30 2008-01-30 2015-01-19 2013-01-29 2004-01-18 2015-10-13 2013-01-26 2017-10-08 2010-01-31 2010-05-29

LAST “A” 2016-10-07 2016-11-11 2010-01-31 2009-05-30 2013-01-29 2013-01-29 2004-01-18 2015-03-27 2003-01-18 2010-05-29 2017-01-22 2020-01-15 2005-09-03 2008-01-30 2010-01-31 2010-01-31 2008-01-30 2020-01-10 2020-01-10 2010-05-29 2008-01-30 2015-01-19 2013-01-29 2005-11-16 2017-03-22 2013-01-26 2017-10-08 2010-05-29 2010-05-29

P. F FB M M M F FB M M M M F F CB M M M F M FB F CB M M M CB F M M


1886-11-25 Canada 2:3 USA Newark, NJ, USA; Old New Thread Grounds, att. 1,500 Canada goals / buts par : Fred Doll (x2)

1888 CANADA TOUR Canadian tour of the United Kingdom CANADA : Harry Bewell, H.P. Bingham, Walter Bowman, Solomon Brubacher, William Burnet, David Forsyth, Alexander Garrett, Alex Gibson, Tom Gibson, Eddy Gordon, Fred Killer, Carl Kranz, W.T. Murray, Wilfred Mustard, Harry Pirie, Walter Thomson, Emil Henry Webster. 1888 CANADA TOUR 1888-09-01 Canada 6:2 County Antrim 1888-09-03 Canada 3:2 Distillery 1888-09-04 Canada 3:2 Clarence 1888-09-05 Canada 1:1 YMCA 1888-09-08 Canada 1:1 Glasgow Rangers FC 1888-09-11 Canada 1:3 Queen’s Park 1888-09-13 Canada 0:4 Ayr United 1888-09-15 Canada 3:0 Hearts 1888-09-18 Canada 0:4 Scotland 1888-09-22 Canada 3:0 Sunderland 1888-09-26 Canada 3:2 Middlesbrough 1888-09-29 Canada 3:1 Lincoln City 1888-10-01 Canada 1:1 Sheffield 1888-10-04 Canada 0:2 Notts County 1888-10-06 Canada 2:0 Newton Heath 1888-10-08 Canada 1:4 Blackburn Rovers 1888-10-13 Canada 2L2 Swifts 1888-10-15 Canada 3:2 Northampton County 1888-10-17 Canada 1:1 Oxford University 1888-10-20 Canada 0:1 Old Carthusians 1888-10-22 Canada 2:4 Aston Villa 1888-10-27 Canada 0:1 West Bromwich Albion 1888-10-31 Canada 0:1 Swifts

1904 GALT FC (2x 30min) GROUP / GROUPE 1904-11-17 St. Louis, MO, USA CAN W 4:0 US2 Galt FC v St. Rose School CANADA : GK Ernest Linton, George Ducker, John B. Gourlay, Robert Lane, Albert Johnston, Otto Christman, Tom S. Taylor, Fred Steep, William Twaits, Albert Henderson, Alex Hall. CAN Tom Taylor 1-0 (a. Henderson) CAN Albert Henderson 2-0 (a. Johnston) CAN Tom Taylor 3-0 (a. Henderson) CAN - USA own goal / but contre son camp 4-0 (o.g.) Canada wins Olympic gold / Canada gagne la medaille d’or

1921 ALL CANADA Soccer International: Scottish Stars vs. All Canada 1921-07-09 Canada 0:1 Scottish Stars Montréal, QC, CAN; Alexandra Park, att. 3,954 CANADA : Art Halliwell, Charlie Prince, Adam Smith, Norman Sheldon, Jim Wilson, William McPherson, Artie Woutersz, Jimmy McDill, Tom Buchan, Alec Smith, Tiny Thombs.

1924 CANADA TOUR Canadian tour of Australia and New Zealand Tournée canadienne en Australie et en Nouvelle-Zélande Manager / gérant Jimmie Adam CANADA : George Anderson, Jack Armstrong, Fred Bowman, Harry Chapman, Fred Dierden, Leslie Ford, George Forrest, Bob Harley, James Hood, Bill Linning, Andrew McLean, Harry Mosher, Hank Noseworthy, William Sandford, Dickie Stobbart, Jim Wilson. 1924 CANADA TOUR 1924-05-10 Canada 2:2 Sydney 1924-05-15 Canada 1:0 South Coast 1924-05-17 Canada 2:5 New South Wales 1924-05-21 Canada 0:0 Granville 1924-05-24 Canada 1:1 Newcastle 1924-05-27 Canada 1:1 Maitland

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CANADA WNT

1886 ALL CANADA International Football Contest / Concours international de football CANADA : Harry Bewell, Walter Bowman, Fred Doll, David Forsyth, Alex Gibson, John MacKendrick, Harry Pirie, Oliver Shantz, Fred Sheppard, Emil Henry Webster, W.W. Wood.

HALL of FAME

1885-11-28 Canada 1:0 USA Newark, NJ, USA; Clark Field, att. 2,000 Canada goal / but par : Alex Gibson

1904 GALT FC (2x 30min) GROUP / GROUPE 1904-11-16 St. Louis, MO, USA CAN W 7:0 US1 Galt FC v Christian Brothers College CANADA : Ernest Linton, George Ducker, John B. Gourlay, Robert Lane, Albert Johnston, John A. Fraser, Tom S. Taylor, Fred Steep, Alex Hall, Gordon McDonald, William Twaits. CAN Alex Hall 1-0 CAN Tom Taylor 2-0 (a. Twaits) CAN Gordon McDonald 3-0 CAN Alex Hall 4-0 CAN Alex Hall 5-0 (a. Johnston) CAN Fred Steep 6-0 CAN Gordon McDonald 7-0

CANADA SOCCER

1904 OLYMPIC GAMES St. Louis 1904 Men’s Olympic Football Tournament Tournoi Olympique de Football Masculin, St. Louis 1904 Manager / gérant Louis Blake Duff Champion

CANADA MNT

1885 ALL CANADA International Football Contest (Newark Cup) / Concours international de football (Coupe de Newark) CANADA : H.P. Bingham, Aaron Fred Bowman, Solomon Brubacher, David Forsyth, Hugh Fraser, Alex Gibson, Tom Gibson, Fred Killer, John MacKendrick, William Malcolm, J.M. Palmer, W.P. Thomson.

FUTSAL - PARA

MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM / ÉQUIPES NATIONALE MASCULINE


1924-05-31 1924-06-03 1924-06-07 1924-06-09 1924-06-11 1924-06-14 1924-06-17 1924-06-21 1924-06-23 1924-06-25 1924-06-28 1924-07-02 1924-07-05 1924-07-10 1924-07-12 1924-07-17 1924-07-19 1924-07-25 1924-07-26 1924-07-27 1924-08-04 1924-08-15

Canada 4:0 Brisbane Canada 4:0 Queensland CANADA 2:3 AUSTRALIA Canada 2:0 Toowoomba Miners Canada 8:0 Tamworth CANADA 1:0 AUSTRALIA Canada 2:6 Sydney Canada 2:2 Illacara CANADA 1:4 AUSTRALIA Canada 1:0 Balmain CANADA 0:0 AUSTRALIA Canada 1:2 Victoria Canada 3:0 Australia B Canada 3:0 South Australia CANADA 4:1 AUSTRALIA Canada 1:1 Victoria Canada 0:1 Illwara Lost Canada 1:0 South Maitland CANADA 0:1 AUSTRALIA Canada 0:3 West Wallsend Canada 1:1 Wellington (New Zealand) Canada 6:0 Honolulu (USA)

1924 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1924-06-07 Brisbane, AUS CAN L 2:3 AUS Brisbane Cricket Ground, att. 10,000 Referee / arbitre : A.F. Jackson Canada’s first international “A” match / 1e match #CANMNT CANADA : GK Harry Mosher, George Anderson, Andrew McLean, Fred Dierden, Bob Harley capt., Dickie Stobbart, George Forrest, Bill Linning, Leslie Ford, Harry Chapman, Fred Bowman. “A” Debuts by all 11 players / débuts par les onze joueurs. CAN 20’ Bill Linning 1-0 AUS 35’ Dave Ward 1-1 (a. Masters) AUS 2H Judy Masters 1-2 (a. Sherringham) AUS 2H H. Sherringham 1-3 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 85’ George Forrest 2-3 1924 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1924-06-14 Sydney, AUS CAN W 1:0 AUS Royal Agricultural Showground, att. 8,500 Referee / arbitre : W. Allterton (Bates, Court). CANADA : GK Harry Mosher, George Anderson, Andrew McLean, Fred Dierden, Bob Harley capt., Dickie Stobbart, Jim Wilson, Harry Chapman, George Forrest, Leslie Ford, Fred Bowman. “A” Debut / début par : Jim Wilson. CAN Dickie Stobbart 1-0 1924 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1924-06-23 Sydney, AUS CAN L 1:4 AUS Royal Agricultural Showground, att. 6,000 Referee / arbitre : W.A. Wright. CANADA : GK Harry Mosher, George Anderson, Andrew McLean, Fred Dierden, Bob Harley, Dickie Stobbart, George Forrest, Bill Linning, Leslie Ford, Harry Chapman, Fred Bowman. AUS Masters AUS Masters CAN George Forrest AUS Maunder AUS Maunder 1924 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1924-06-28 Newcastle, AUS CAN D 0:0 AUS Newcastle Showground, att. 10,000 Referee / arbitre : Nicholson. CANADA : GK Harry Mosher, George Anderson, Andrew McLean, Fred Dierden, Bob Harley, Dickie Stobbart, George Forrest, Bill Linning, Leslie Ford, Harry Chapman, Fred Bowman.

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1924 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1924-07-12 Adelaide, AUS CAN W 4:1 AUS Jubilee Oval, att. 6,000 Referee / arbitre : G.A. Childs. CANADA : GK Hank Noseworthy, George Anderson, Andrew McLean, Fred Dierden, Bob Harley, Dickie Stobbart, George Forrest, Leslie Ford, Jim Wilson, Bill Linning, Fred Bowman. “A” Debut / début par : Hank Noseworthy. CAN 9’ Jim Wilson 1-0 CAN 42’ Bill Linning 2-0 CAN 47’ Jim Wilson 3-0 CAN 2H Dickie Stobbart 4-0 AUS 2H Bill Maunder 4-1 1924 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1924-07-26 Sydney, AUS CAN L 0:1 AUS Sydney Cricket Ground, att. 6,000 Referee / arbitre : J. Nicholson. CANADA : GK Hank Noseworthy, George Anderson, Andrew McLean, Fred Dierden, Bob Harley, Dickie Stobbart, George Forrest, Jim Wilson, Bill Linning, Fred Bowman, Leslie Ford. AUS Judy Masters 0-1

1925 ALL CANADA 1925 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1925-06-27 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN W 1:0 USA Alexandra Park, att. 3,500 Referee / arbitre : Horace Lyons (Gray, Grundie). CANADA : GK Art Halliwell, Geordie Campbell capt., Andy Clarke, Fred Dierden, John Foy, Bill McKean, Roy Faulkner, Jimmy Galloway, Ed MacLaine, Dave McKenzie, Alec Smith. “A” Debuts / débuts par : Halliwell, Campbell, Clarke, Foy, McKean, Faulkner, Galloway, MacLaine, McKenzie, Smith. CAN 19’ Eddie MacLaine 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) 1925 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1925-11-08 Brooklyn, NY, USA CAN L 1:6 USA Ebbets Field, att. 7,000 Referee / arbitre : Tom Cunningham (Halliday, Fraser). CANADA : GK Art Halliwell, Fred Williams, Andy Clarke capt., Fred Dierden, Arthur Cartwright, Bill McKean, Roy Faulkner, Gordon Burness, Ed MacLaine, Dave McKenzie, Jimmy Moir. “A” Debuts / débuts par : Williams, Cartwright, Burness, Moir. USA 15’ Davey Brown 0-1 (a. Stark) CAN 30’ Gordon Burness 1-1 (a. MacLaine) USA 47’ Archie Stark 1-2 (a. Millar) USA 57’ Archie Stark 1-3 (a. Herd) USA 62’ Davey Brown 1-4 USA 69’ Archie Stark 1-5 USA 2H Archie Stark 1-6 (a. McGuire)

1926 ALL CANADA 1926 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1926-11-06 Brooklyn, NY, USA CAN L 2:6 USA Ebbets Field, att. 4,300 Referee / arbitre : C. Creighton (Hollwyood, Cunningham). CANADA : GK Joe Kennaway, Harry Barnes, Bill Dinnie, Malcolm Moon, Fred Williams, John Bell, Roy Faulkner, Jimmy Galloway, George Graham, Jimmy Kelly, Jimmy Baillie. “A” Debuts / débuts par : Kennaway, Barnes, Dinnie, Moon, Bell, Graham, Kelly, Baillie. CAN 1’ Roy Faulkner 1-0


1927 CANADA TOUR 1927-05-25 Canada 10:1 New Plymouth 1927-05-28 Canada 7:0 Wanganui 1927-06-01 Canada 6:0 Manawatu 1927-06-03 Canada 11:0 Marlborough 1927-06-09 Canada 5:0 Nelson 1927-06-11 Canada 2:0 Buller 1927-06-15 Canada 0:1 Westland 1927-06-18 Canada 6:0 Canterbury 1927-06-20 Canada 7:1 Ashburton 1927-06-22 Canada 6:2 Otago 1927-06-25 CANADA 2:2 NEW ZEALAND 1927-06-29 Canada 5:1 Southland 1927-07-02 CANADA 2:1 NEW ZEALAND 1927-07-06 Canada 6:0 South Canterbury 1927-07-09 CANADA 0:1 NEW ZEALAND 1927-07-11 Canada 6:0 Wairarapa 1927-07-13 Canada 5:2 Hawkes Bay 1927-07-16 Canada 6:0 Poverty Bay 1927-07-20 Canada 8:1 South Auckland 1927-07-23 CANADA 4:1 NEW ZEALAND 1927-07-28 Canada 4:1 North Auckland 1927-07-30 Canada 6:2 Auckland 1927 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1927-06-25 Dunedin, NZL CAN D 2:2 NZL Carisbrook Ground, att. 10,000 Referee / arbitre : W.P. Smith. CANADA : GK Stan Tait, Malcolm Moon, Ernie Edmunds, Jack Monaghan capt., Bill Brolly, Harry Paynter, Dick Williams, Bill Gibson, Don Archibald, Jack Davidson, Bill Milligan. “A” Debuts / débuts par : Tait, Edmunds, Monaghan, Brolly, Paynter, Williams, Gibson, Archibald, Davidson, Milligan. CAN - NZL own goal / but contre son camp (o.g.) CAN Dick Williams NZL Dick Hislop NZL Dan Jones 1927 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1927-07-02 Christchurch, NZL CAN W 2:1 NZL Lancaster Park, att. 4,500 CANADA : GK Stan Tait, Frank Crawley, Ernie Edmunds, Malcolm Moon, Bill Brolly, Jack Monaghan, Bill Gibson, Jack Davidson, Don Archibald, Dave Turner, Bill Milligan.

1927 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1927-07-23 Auckland, NZL CAN W 4:1 NZL Carlaw Park, att. 23,000 Referee / arbitre : Cox. CANADA : GK Stan Tait, Frank Crawley, Ernie Edmunds, Dick Williams, Bill Brolly, Jack Monaghan, Bill Gibson, Jack Davidson, Don Archibald, Dave Turner, Bill Milligan. CAN Jack Davidson CAN Don Archibald CAN Don Archibald CAN Bill Gibson NZL Hooper

1937 PAN AMERICAN

CANADA SOCCER

1927 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1927-07-09 Wellington, NZL CAN L 0:1 NZL CANADA : GK Stan Tait, Frank Crawley, Ernie Edmunds, Malcolm Moon, Bill Brolly, Jack Monaghan, Bill Gibson, Jack Davidson, Don Archibald, Dave Turner, Bill Milligan. NZL ?? 0-1

CANADA MNT

1927 CANADA PRE-TOUR 1927-05-02 Canada 3:4 Vancouver All-Stars 1927-05-04 Canada v Pacific All-Stars

“A” Debuts / débuts par : Frank Crawley, Dave Turner. CAN Don Archibald CAN Dave Turner NZL Newman

Pan American Games / Jeux panaméricains, Dallas 1937 1937-07-16 Winnipeg Irish 3:2 USA Trenton Highlanders Canada goals / buts par : Harry Beckwith, Lorne Horne, Ernie Scholes 1937-07-18 Winnipeg Irish 1:8 Argentina Canada goal / but par Steve Olander

1947 CANADA Joseph Triner Cup / Coupe Joseph Triner Coach / entraîneur Ted Slade CANADA : Bill Gill; Billy Cairns, Joe Caplan, Jackie Davidson, Tom Drummond, Archie Gammon, Hugh Godley, Bob Greenhaigh, Dave Huggins, Bill Kennedy, Bob McArthur, Donnie McLean, Doug McMahon, Les Medley, Harry Phillips, Joe Ralbowsky, Art Varley, Jean-Jacques Wyler. 1947-10-16 Canada 3:3 USA Toronto, ON, CAN; Oakwood Stadium, att. 5,000 Canada goals / buts par Harry Phillips, Billy Cairns, Les Medley. 1947-11-09 Canada 3:2 USA St. Louis, MO, USA; Sportsman’s Park, att. 3,200 Canada goals / buts par Huggins, Wyler, McLean.

1956 ALL CANADA Lokomotiv Tour of Canada Tournée Lokomotiv du Canada Coach / entraîneur Don Petrie CANADA : Ken Pears; Kurt Basta, Reg Chapman, John Clifford, Jack Cowan, Doug Greig, Harry Jedig, Joe Johnson, Doug McDonald, Bert Mozley, Brian Philley, Pat Philley, Jack Steele, Gogie Stewart. 1956-08-18 Canada 1:2 Lokomotiv Moscow Toronto, ON, CAN; Varsity Stadium, att. 18,249 Canada goal / but par Brian Philley

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FUTSAL - PARA

1927 CANADA TOUR Canadian tour of New Zealand Tournée canadienne en Nouvelle-Zélande Manager / gérant Jimmie Adam CANADA : Don Archibald, Bill Brolly, Frank Crawley, Jack Davidson, Ernie Edmunds, Percy Francis, Bill Gibson, Duncan Graham, Billie Milligan, Jack Monaghan, Malcolm Moon, Hank Noseworthy, Harry Paynter, Herbert Pogson, Stan Tait, Duncan Thompson, Dave Turner, Dick Williams.

CANADA WNT

CAN 22’ George Graham 2-0 (a. Baillie) USA 27’ Brown 2-1 USA 65’ Florrie 2-2 (a. Auld) USA 67’ Auld 3-2 USA 75’ Marshall 4-2 USA 76’ Brown 5-2 (a. Auld) USA 2H Auld 6-2 (a. Moorehouse)

HALL of FAME


1957 CANADA MNT 1958 FIFA World Cup Sweden Qualifiers Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA, Suède 1958 Coach / entraîneur Don Petrie CANADA : John Iking, Ken Pears; Myron Bereza, Roy Cairns, Doug Greig, Art Hughes, Gordon Ion, Normie McLeod, Brian Philley, Pat Philley, Alex Shaw, Ostap Steckiw, Jack Steele, Gogie Stewart, David Stothard, Wolodymyr Zakaluzny. 1957 CAN MNT Iking, John Pears, Ken

MP MS MIN GA CS 0 0 0 4 4 360 8 0

FIFA WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ

1957 CAN MNT Bereza, Myron Cairns, Roy Greig, Doug Hughes, Art Ion, Gordon McLeod, Normie Philley, Brian Philley, Pat Shaw, Alex Steckiw, Ostap Steele, Jack Stewart, Gogie Stothard, David Zakaluzny, Walt

MP MS 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 2 2 4 4 4 4 3 3 1 1 1 1 3 3 4 4 4 4 2 2

FIFA WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ

MIN G A 180 270 270 360 2g 180 3a 360 1g 360 2g 1a 270 90 90 1g 270 360 2g 360 180

SWEDEN 1958 QUALIFIERS 1957 CANADA MNT Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE 1 1957-06-22 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 5:1 USA Varsity Stadium, att. 7,567 Referee / arbitre: Harry Sadler (McLean, Morgan). CANADA : GK Ken Pears, David Stothard, Roy Cairns, Jack Steele, Pat Philley capt., Doug Greig, Gordon Ion, Brian Philley, Art Hughes, Gogie Stewart, Normie McLeod. USA 25’ Harry Keough (PK) 0-1 CAN 32’ Normie McLeod 1-1 (a. Ion) CAN 35’ Brian Philley 2-1 (a. Ion) CAN 55’ Art Hughes 3-1 (a. B.Philley) CAN 57’ Gogie Stewart 4-1 (a. Ion) CAN 80’ Art Hughes 5-1 1957 CANADA MNT Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE 1 1957-06-30 México, DF, MEX CAN L 0:3 MEX Estadio Olímpico, att. 60,000 Referee / arbitre: Walter Van Roseberg. CANADA : 1 GK Ken Pears, 2 David Stothard, 3 Roy Cairns, 4 Jack Steele, 5 Pat Philley capt., 6 Doug Greig, 7 Gordon Ion, 8 Brian Philley, 9 Art Hughes, 10 Gogie Stewart, 11 Normie McLeod. MEX 5’ Carlos González (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Hernández CK) MEX 46’ Crescencio Gutiérrez 0-2 (a. Hernández) MEX 72’ Carlos González 0-3 (a. Hernández) 1957 CANADA MNT Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE 1 1957-07-04 México, DF, MEX CAN L 0:2 MEX Estadio Olímpico, att. 60,000 Referee / arbitre: Walter Van Roseberg. CANADA : GK Ken Pears, David Stothard, Roy Cairns, Jack Steele, Pat Philley capt., Wolodymyr Zakaluzny, Normie McLeod, Brian Philley, Art Hughes, Gogie Stewart, Myron Bereza. MEX 8’ Crescencio Gutiérrez 0-1 (a. Hernández) MEX 28’ Enrique Sesma 0-2 (a. González) Canada officially eliminated / le Canada est officiellement éliminé

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1957 CANADA MNT Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE 1 1957-07-06 St. Louis, MO, USA CAN W 3:2 USA Public Schools Ground, att. 1,500 Referee / arbitre: Stan Lutostanski (Sucher, Gonzales). CANADA : GK Ken Pears, David Stothard, Alex Shaw, Ostap Steckiw, Art Hughes, Doug Greig, Normie McLeod, Gogie Stewart, Brian Philley, Wolodymyr Zakaluzny, Myron Bereza. CAN 9’ Brian Philley (head / tête) 1-0 CAN 14’ Ostap Steckiw (FK) 2-0 CAN 25’ Gogie Stewart 3-0 USA 42’ Ruben Mendoza 3-1 USA 80’ Jimmy Murphy 3-2 (a. Cook) GROUP / GROUPE : MEX 8 points; CAN 4; USA 0. 1957-10-27 : from 6 Concacaf nations, only Mexico qualified for the FIFA World Cup Sweden 1958 ; parmi 6 nations de la Concacaf, seulement le Mexique a qualifié pour la Coupe du Monde, Suède 1958.

1960 CANADA Canada tour of the Soviet Union and United Kingdom in September and October 1960. No international matches played. Tournée canadienne en Union soviétique et au Royaume-Uni en septembre et octobre 1960. Aucun match international disputé. CANADA : John Gawryluk, Ken Pears; Graziano Franzon, Art Hughes, Bill Keller, Bill McConkey, Neil McEachnie, Gordon McLeod, Normie McLeod, Billy Nichol, Frank Noga, John Schepers, Jack Steele, Gogie Stewart, David Stothard, John Woods. 1960-09-10 1960-09-15 1960-09-18 1960-09-20 1960-09-24 1960-09-28 1960-10-03

Canada v Manitoba All-Stars (Canada) Canada 1:3 Lokomotiv Moscow Canada 2:2 Avangard Kharkov Canada 1:2 Stalino Canada 1:4 Leningrad Zenit Canada 1:9 Dundee Canada 1:0 West Bromwich

1967 CANADA OLY Concacaf Olympic Qualifying & Pan American Games Qualification olympique de la Concacaf & jeux panaméricains Coach / entraîneur Terry Weatherall CANADA : Peter Greco, Art Kussner, Allan McLeod; Tony Adams, Jim Baird, Bob Benedetti, Jim Berry, Ralph Burkinshaw, Robert Campbell, Rocco Cifalda, Leighton Davies, Nick De Hoog, Bob Di Luca, Neil Ellett, Marion Fantani, George Glover, Robbie Goodheart, Harold Hansen, Russ Hillman, Tommy Hughes, Karl Kauck, Sam Lenarduzzi, Ike MacKay, John McGrandle, Ralph McPate, Steve Meszaros, Alec Papadakis, Norman Patterson, Joe Petrone, Luigi Pizzolito, Johnny Schepers, Adolf Traweger, George Turay, Sergio Zanatta. 1967 CAN OLY Greco, Peter Kussner, Art

MP MS MIN GA CS 4 4 360 6 0 3 3 270 7 0

OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ & PAG

1967 CAN OLY Adams, Tony Baird, Jim Benedetti, Bob Berry, Jim Davies, Leighton Di Luca, Bob Ellett, Neil Goodheart, Rob.

MP MS 6 5 7 7 2 2 7 7 0 0 7 7 3 1 6 6

OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ & PAG

MIN G A xx 1g 630 2g xx 630 0 630 xx xx


CONCACAF OLYMPIC QUALIFYING 1967 CANADA OLY 1. ROUND / RONDE 1967-06-21 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN D 1:1 CUB Clarke Stadium, att. 4,000 Referee / arbitre: Raul Osorio (Marquez, Galindo). CANADA : GK Art Kussner, Jim Berry, Bob Di Luca, Russ Hillman, Karl Kauck, Jim Baird, Harold Hansen, Tony Adams, Norman Patterson, Robbie Goodheart, Sergio Zanatta. CUB 25’ Jose Verdecia 0-1 CAN OLY 75’ Harold Hansen (PK) 1-1 1967 CANADA OLY 1. ROUND / RONDE 1967-06-24 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN L 1:2 CUB Clarke Stadium, att. 3,000 Referee / arbitre: Raul Osorio. CANADA : GK Art Kussner, Jim Berry, Bob Di Luca, Russ Hillman, Karl Kauck, Jim Baird, Harold Hansen, Norman Patterson (red / rouge), Ike MacKay, Robbie Goodheart, Bob Benedetti (Neil Ellett HT). Red card / carton rouge 31’ Norman Patterson CAN OLY 51’ Harold Hansen 1-0 CUB 59’ Francisco Fariñas 1-1 (a. Perez) CUB 87’ Francisco Fariñas 1-2 1968-06-02 : from 11 Concacaf nations, El Salvador, Guatemala and host Mexico qualified for the Mexico 1968 Olympic Football Tournament ; parmi 11 nations de la Concacaf, le Mexique (hôte), Salvador, et Guatemala se sont qualifiés pour le Tournoi olympique de football.

1967 PAN AMERICAN GAMES 1967 CANADA OLY GROUP / GROUPE B 1967-07-25 Winnipeg, MB, CAN CAN W 2:1 CUB Winnipeg Stadium, att. 7,000 Referee / arbitre: Keith Charles Dunstan (Sadler, Minsal). CANADA : GK Peter Greco, 2 Jim Berry, 3 Bob Di Luca, 6 Jim Baird, 4 Karl Kauck, 5 Russ Hillman, 17 Harold Hansen, 8 Robbie Goodheart, 12 Joe Petrone, 10 Ralph McPate, 15 Tony Adams (Sam Lenarduzzi). CAN OLY Ralph McPate CUB Francisco Fariñas CAN OLY Harold Hansen (PK) Red card / carton rouge 87’ José Verdecia 1967 CANADA OLY GROUP / GROUPE B 1967-07-27 Winnipeg, MB, CAN CAN W 2:1 USA Winnipeg Stadium, att. 5,000 Referee / arbitre: Jose Minsal (Morgan, Landauer). CANADA : GK Peter Greco, Jim Berry, Bob Di Luca, Jim Baird, Karl Kauck, Russ Hillman, Harold Hansen, Robbie Goodheart,

1967 CANADA OLY GROUP / GROUPE B 1967-07-29 Winnipeg, MB, CAN CAN D 2:2 BER Alexander Park, att. 7,000 Referee / arbitre: Henry Richard Landauer (Weir, Dunstan). CANADA : GK Peter Greco, 2 Jim Berry, 3 Bob Di Luca, 6 Jim Baird, 5 Karl Kauck, 16 Russ Hillman, 17 Harold Hansen, 8 Robbie Goodheart (Tony Adams), 9 Ike MacKay, 10 Ralph McPate, 7 Bob Benedetti (Neil Ellett). CAN OLY Ike MacKay 1-0 CAN OLY Harold Hansen 2-0 BER 36’ Carlton Dill 2-1 BER 55’ Carlton Dill 2-2 GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 5 points; BER 4; USA 2; CUB 1. 1967 CANADA OLY SEMI / DEMI 1967-08-01 Winnipeg, MB, CAN CAN L 1:2 MEX Winnipeg Stadium, att. 1,000 Referee / arbitre: Henry Richard Landauer (Minsal, Dunstan). CANADA : GK Peter Greco, 2 Jim Berry, 3 Bob Di Luca, 6 Jim Baird, 5 Karl Kauck, 16 Russ Hillman (4 Neil Ellett), 17 Harold Hansen, 8 Robbie Goodheart, 12 Joe Petrone (9 Ike MacKay), 10 Ralph McPate, 15 Tony Adams. CAN OLY Jim Baird MEX Vicente Pereda MEX Juan Dosal 1967 CANADA OLY 3rd-3e / 4th-4e 1967-08-03 Winnipeg, MB, CAN CAN L 1:4 TRI (MATCH 3rd-3e / 4th-4e) Winnipeg Stadium, att. 3,000 Referee / arbitre: Jose Minsal (Dunstan, Sadler). CANADA : 1 GK Art Kussner, 2 Jim Berry, 3 Bob Di Luca, 6 Jim Baird, 5 Karl Kauck, 4 Neil Ellett, 17 Harold Hansen, 18 Norman Patterson, 12 Joe Petrone, 10 Ralph McPate, 15 Tony Adams. TRI 43’ Gerry Browne 0-1 TRI 52’ Kelvin Berasa 0-2 CAN OLY 72’ Tony Adams 1-2 TRI 80’ Andy Aleone 1-3 TRI 85’ Jeff Gellineau 1-4 Canada fourth place / le Canada termine à la quatrième place.

1968 CANADA MNT 1970 FIFA World Cup Mexico Qualifiers Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA, Mexique 1970 Coach / entraîneur Peter Dinsdale CANADA : Peter Greco, Bill Harper, Barry Sadler; Greg Arnett, Eddie Barker, Jim Berry, Terry Bidiak, Ron Buckley, Bob Di Luca, Gastone Falcioni, Harold Hansen, Allan Harvey, Bob Hazeldine, Johnny Kerr, Eric King, Tony Lecce, Sam Lenarduzzi, Ike MacKay, McAulay, Ralph McPate, Nick Papadakis, Charles Papp, Norman Patterson, Rob Therrien, Gene Vazzoler, Tibor Vigh, Sergio Zanatta. 1968 CAN MNT Greco, Peter Harper, Bill

MP MS MIN GA CS 3 3 270 2 2 1 1 90 0 1

FIFA WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ

1968 CAN MNT Berry, Jim Bidiak, Terry Buckley, Ron DiLuca, Bob

MP MS MIN G A 4 4 360 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 360

FIFA WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ

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CANADA SOCCER

1967-06-13 Canada Olympic 2:7 Scottish Tour Winnipeg, MB, CAN; Alexander Park, att. 3,000 Canada goals / buts par Tony Adams, Ike MacKay

Joe Petrone (Ike MacKay), Ralph McPate, Tony Adams (Norman Patterson). CAN OLY Jim Baird CAN OLY Ralph McPate USA Janos Benedek

CANADA MNT

OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ & PAG PAG OLYQ

FUTSAL - PARA

7 630 4g 6 xx 7 630 0 xx 2 xx 1g 5 450 2g 3 xx 4 xx 1 90

CANADA WNT

7 6 7 1 4 5 4 4 1

HALL of FAME

Hansen, Harold Hillman, Russ Kauck, Karl Lenarduzzi, Sam MacKay, Ike McPate, Ralph Patterson, Norman Petrone, Joe Zanatta, Sergio


Falcioni, Gastone Hansen, Harold Harvey, Allan Kerr, Johnny Lecce, Tony Lenarduzzi, Sam MacKay, Ike McAulay, McPate, Ralph Papadakis, Nick Papp, Charles Patterson, Norman Therrien, Rob Vigh, Tibor Zanatta, Sergio

0 2 4 4 4 4 0 0 4 4 0 3 0 4 3

0 1 4 4 4 4 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 4 3

0 0 360 360 360 360 0 0 360 2g 0 2g 0 0 1g 0 360 2g 0 1g

1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ

MEXICO 1970 QUALIFIERS 1968 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1968-10-06 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 4:0 BER Varsity Stadium, att. 4,131 Referee / arbitre : Javier Galindo Segura (Sadler, Smith). CANADA : GK Peter Greco, Jim Berry, Tony Lecce, Bob Di Luca, Sam Lenarduzzi, Johnny Kerr, Alan Harvey, Ralph McPate, Nick Papadakis, Tibor Vigh, Sergio Zanatta. CAN 4’ Tibor Vigh (PK) 1-0 CAN 10’ Sergio Zanatta 2-0 CAN 25’ Nick Papadakis 3-0 CAN 75’ Nick Papadakis 4-0 1968 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1968-10-17 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 4:2 USA Varsity Stadium, att. 5,959 Referee / arbitre : Francis Figueroa (Sadler, Bailey). CANADA : 1 GK Peter Greco, 2 Jim Berry, 4 Tony Lecce, 5 Bob Di Luca, 3 Sam Lenarduzzi, 7 Johnny Kerr, 6 Alan Harvey, 8 Ralph McPate, 9 Nick Papadakis (15 Norman Patterson 78’), 9 Tibor Vigh, 11 Sergio Zanatta. USA 38’ Willy Roy 0-1 (a. Baker) CAN 41’ Ralph McPate 1-1 CAN 68’ Ralph McPate 2-1 CAN 79’ Norman Patterson 3-1 CAN 89’ Tibor Vigh 4-1 USA 90’ 4-2 1968 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1968-10-20 Devonshire Parish, BER CAN D 0:0 BER National Sports Centre, att. 6,000 Referee / arbitre : Ted Koetsier. CANADA : GK Peter Greco, Jim Berry, Tony Lecce, Bob Di Luca, Sam Lenarduzzi, Johnny Kerr, Alan Harvey, Ralph McPate, Nick Papadakis (Norman Patterson), Tibor Vigh, Sergio Zanatta (Harold Hansen). 1968 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1968-10-27 Atlanta, GA, USA CAN L 0:1 USA Fulton County Stadium, att. 3,696 Referee / arbitre : Juan Soto (Di Salvatore, Gabner). CANADA : GK Bill Harper, Jim Berry, Tony Lecce, Bob Di Luca, Sam Lenarduzzi, Johnny Kerr, Alan Harvey, Ralph McPate, Nick Papadakis (Norman Patterson), Tibor Vigh, Harold Hansen. USA 50’ Dietrich Albrecht (FK) 0-1 1968-11-11 Canada eliminated / le Canada est officiellement éliminé 1968-11-11 - GROUP / GROUPE : USA 6 points; CAN 5; BER 1.

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From 13 Concacaf nations, El Salvador (1969-10-08) and host Mexico qualified for the FIFA World Cup Mexico 1970 ; parmi 13 nations de la Concacaf, Salvador (1969-10-08) et le Mexique se sont qualifiés pour la Coupe du Monde, Mexique 1970.

1971 CANADA OLY Concacaf Olympic Qualifying & Pan American Games Qualification olympique de la Concacaf & jeux panaméricains Coach / entraîneur Frank Pike CANADA : Laszlo Bastyovanszky, Ken Castledine, Tony Chursky, Peter Greco, Ardo Perri, Barry Sadler, Greg Weber; Howie Anderson, Greg Arnett, Peter Arnett, Colin Atkinson, Jeff Babstock, K. Balaz, Jan Bentley, Jim Berry, Len Brown, Ron Buckley, Franco Castellano, Frank Ceolin, Malcolm Cocking, George Collier, John Compostella, Steve Davidson, John Diaz, Peter Duerden, Neil Ellett, John Folch, Bob French, Robbie Goodheart, Kevin Grant, Max Hollett, A. Horváth, Sam Lenarduzzi, Vanni Lenarduzzi, Larry Louie, Bill Millar, Wils Molloy, Juan Monje, Tom Newman, Andy Onorato, Buzz Parsons, Nelson Pratas, Peter Robarts, Brian Robinson, Dan Rosengren, Johnny Schepers, Dominic Schiraldi, Tony Stipersky, Jim Teame, Ray Telford, Gary Thompson, Adolf Traweger, Bruce Wilson, Bill Young, Giorgio Zambrano, Sergio Zanatta. 1971 CAN OLY Bastyovanszky, L. Castledine, Ken Chursky, Tony Greco, Peter

MP MS MIN GA CS 0 0 0 1 1 45 1 0 0 0 0 12 11 1035 10 4

OQ & PAG PAG OQ & PAG OQ OQ & PAG

1971 CAN OLY Babstock, Jeff Brown, Len Cocking, Malcolm Compostella, J. Davidson, Steve Duerden, Peter Ellett, Neil Grant, Kevin Lenarduzzi, Sam Millar, Bill Molloy, Wilson Monje, Juan Onorato, Andy Parsons, Buzz Robinson, Brian Schepers, John Schiraldi, Joe Teame, Jim Telford, Ray Thompson, Gary Young, Bill Zanatta, Sergio

MP MS MIN G A 3 3 xx 11 9 xx 1g 0 0 0 3 3 xx 0 0 0 11 11 xx 9 9 xx 1g 1 1 xx 11 11 xx 9 7 xx 0 0 0 6 4 xx 1g 6 5 xx 12 11 xx 6g 0 0 0 10 10 xx 5g 8 4 xx 1 1 xx 9 7 xx 8 4 xx 8 8 xx 2g 10 10 xx 3g

OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ OQ OQ OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ OQ & PAG PAG OQ & PAG OQ OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ & PAG OQ & PAG

CONCACAF OLYMPIC QUALIFYING 1971 CANADA OLY Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE 1 1971-05-30 Hamilton, BER CAN W 3:0 BER National Stadium, att. 300 CANADA : 1 GK Peter Greco, 2 Sam Lenarduzzi, 3 Peter Duerden, 4 Juan Monje, 5 Ray Telford, 6 Len Brown, 7 Buzz Parsons, 8 John Compostella, 9 Joe Schiraldi (Gary Thompson), 10 John Schepers, 11 Sergio Zanatta. CAN 8’ Sergio Zanatta (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Telford) CAN 52’ Buzz Parsons 2-0 CAN 89’ John Schepers (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Zanatta)


1972-06 : from 12 Concacaf nations, Mexico and USA qualified for the Munich 1972 Olympic Football Tournament ; parmi 12 nations de la Concacaf, le Mexique et les États-Unis se sont qualifiés pour le Tournoi olympique de football.

1971 PAN AMERICAN GAMES 1971 CANADA OLY GROUP / GROUPE A 1971-08-01 Cali, COL CAN W 4:0 DOM Estadio Pascual Guerrero, att. 15,000 Referee / arbitre : Hector Dellacasa. CANADA : GK Peter Greco, Sam Lenarduzzi, Peter Duerden, Neil Ellett, Ray Telford, Len Brown (sub HT), Bill Millar (sub), Bill Young, John Schepers, Buzz Parsons, Sergio Zanatta; (subs Andy Onorato, Joe Schiraldi). CAN 6’ Sergio Zanatta 1-0 CAN 9’ Len Brown 2-0 CAN 70’ Bill Young 3-0 (a. Zanatta) CAN John Schepers 4-0 1971 CANADA OLY GROUP / GROUPE A 1971-08-02 Cali, COL CAN L 1:2 COL Estadio Pascual Guerrero, att. 35,000 Referee / arbitre : Horacio Fernandez. CANADA : GK Peter Greco, Sam Lenarduzzi, Peter Duerden, Neil Ellett, Ray Telford, Len Brown (Joe Schiraldi HT), Andy Onorato (Gary Thompson HT), Bill Young, John Schepers, Buzz Parsons, Sergio Zanatta. CAN 14’ Sergio Zanatta 1-0 (a. Brown) COL 32’ Jaime Moron 1-1 COL 44’ Carlos Monsalve 1-2 1971 CANADA OLY 1971-08-05 Cali, COL Estadio Pascual Guerrero, att. 10,000

GROUP / GROUPE A CAN W 5:0 BAH

1971 CANADA OLY FINAL ROUND / RONDE FINALE 1971-08-09 Cali, COL CAN D 1:1 USA Estadio Pascual Guerrero, att. 10,000 Referee / arbitre : Humberto Dellacasa. CANADA : GK Peter Greco, Sam Lenarduzzi, Peter Duerden, Bill Millar, Jeff Babstock (Len Brown), Andy Onorato, Neil Ellett, Bill Young, John Schepers, Buzz Parsons (Gary Thompson), Sergio Zanatta. USA ?? 0-1 Red card / carton rouge Sergio Zanatta Red card / carton rouge Gary Thompson CAN 88’ John Schepers 1-1 1971 CANADA OLY FINAL ROUND / RONDE FINALE 1971-08-11 Cali, COL CAN L 0:1 TRI Estadio R. Escobar, att. 5,000 Referee / arbitre : Miguel Lepiz Zuniga. CANADA : GK Peter Greco, Sam Lenarduzzi, Peter Duerden, Neil Ellett, Jeff Babstock, Andy Onorato, Bill Millar, Len Brown, Gary Thompson, Buzz Parsons, Sergio Zanatta. TRI ?? 0-1 1971 CANADA OLY FINAL ROUND / RONDE FINALE 1971-08-12 Cali, COL CAN L 0:1 CUB Estadio R. Escobar, att. 5,000 Referee / arbitre : Miguel Lepiz Zuniga. CANADA : GK Peter Greco, Sam Lenarduzzi, Peter Duerden, Neil Ellett, Jeff Babstock, Andy Onorato, Bill Millar, Len Brown, Gary Thompson, Buzz Parsons, Sergio Zanatta. CUB 63’ Luis Hernandez 0-1

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1971 CANADA OLY FINAL ROUND / RONDE FINALE 1971-08-08 Cali, COL CAN W 3:2 COL Estadio Pascual Guerrero, att. 50,000 Referee / arbitre : Jose Pichardo). CANADA : GK Ken Castledine (GK Peter Greco HT), Juan Monje, Bill Millar, Peter Duerden, Ray Telford, Bill Young, Neil Ellett, Len Brown, Gary Thompson (Buzz Parsons), John Schepers, Sergio Zanatta. CAN 24’ Bill Young 1-0 COL 27’ Carlos Monsalve 1-1 CAN 49’ John Schepers 2-1 CAN 59’ Buzz Parsons 3-1 COL 78’ Jaime Moron 3-2

FUTSAL - PARA

1971 CANADA OLY Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE 1 1971-08-24 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN W 1:0 MEX Empire Stadium, att. 3,694 Referee / arbitre : O’Donnell Norville (Lee, Winsemann). CANADA : 1 GK Peter Greco, 2 Sam Lenarduzzi, 3 Neil Ellett, 4 Bill Millar, 5 Ray Telford, 6 Bill Young, 12 Kevin Grant, 7 Jim Teame, 8 Joe Schiraldi, 9 Buzz Parsons, 10 John Schepers; (subs ?? HT, ?? HT). CAN 85’ Neil Ellett (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Schiraldi CK) GROUP / GROUPE : MEX 6 points; CAN 5; BER 1.

1971 CANADA OLY FINAL ROUND / RONDE FINALE 1971-08-07 Buga, COL CAN L 0:2 ARG Estadio Buga, att. 14,000 Referee / arbitre : Carlyle Crockwell (Delgado, Landauer). CANADA : GK Peter Greco, Sam Lenarduzzi, Peter Duerden, Neil Ellett (subs), Ray Telford, Buzz Parsons, Bill Millar, Bill Young, Joe Schiraldi (subs), John Schepers, Sergio Zanatta; (subs Len Brown, Juan Monje). ARG 42’ Osvaldo Potente 0-1 ARG 60’ Eduardo di Meola 0-2

CANADA WNT

1971 CANADA OLY Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE 1 1971-06-13 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN D 1:1 BER Varsity Stadium, att. 3,103 Referee / arbitre : Michael Wuertz (Winsemann, Johnson). CANADA : 1 GK Peter Greco, 2 Sam Lenarduzzi, 3 Peter Duerden, 4 Juan Monje, 5 Ray Telford, 6 Len Brown, 7 Buzz Parsons, 8 John Compostella (sub), 12 Bill Young (sub), 10 John Schepers, 11 Sergio Zanatta; (subs 9 Joe Schiraldi, 14 Bill Millar). CAN 21’ John Schepers (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Young CK) BER 49’ George Brangman 1-1

Referee / arbitre : Hector Dellacasa. CANADA : GK Peter Greco, Sam Lenarduzzi, Peter Duerden, Neil Ellett (subs), Ray Telford, Len Brown (subs), Andy Onorato, Bill Young, John Schepers, Buzz Parsons, Gary Thompson; (subs Joe Schiraldi, Juan Monje). CAN 80’ Buzz Parsons 1-0 CAN 85’ Buzz Parsons 2-0 CAN 88’ Buzz Parsons 3-0 CAN 89’ Juan Monje 4-0 CAN 90’ Buzz Parsons 5-0 GROUP / GROUPE : COL 6 points; CAN 4; BAH 2; DOM 0.

HALL of FAME

1971 CANADA OLY Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE 1 1971-06-08 México, DF, MEX CAN L 0:1 MEX Estadio Azteca, att. 30,000 Referee / arbitre : Francisco Figueroa (Gonzalez, Galindo). CANADA : 1 GK Peter Greco, 2 Sam Lenarduzzi, 3 Peter Duerden (red / rouge), 4 Juan Monje, 5 Ray Telford, 6 Len Brown, 7 Buzz Parsons, 8 John Compostella (14 Bill Millar 75’), 9 Joe Schiraldi (Gary Thompson HT), 10 John Schepers, 11 Sergio Zanatta. MEX 38’ Jesus Rico (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Cuéllar) Red card / carton rouge 88’ Peter Duerden


GROUP / GROUPE : ARG 9; COL 6; CUB 6; TRI 5; CAN 3; USA 1. Canada in fifth place / le Canada termine à la cinquième place

58’), 8 Tony Lecce, 15 Bill Young (12 Brian Robinson 67’), 16 Glen Johnson, 17 Buzz Parsons, 9 Joe Schiraldi. MEX 61’ Juan Manuel Borbolla (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Victorino)

1972 CANADA MNT

1972 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1 1972-08-29 Baltimore, MD, USA CAN D 2:2 USA Memorial Stadium, att. 3,723 Referee / arbitre : Jose Roberto Henriquez. CANADA : 1 GK Dick Howard, 2 Sam Lenarduzzi (Chris Horrocks), 3 Kevin Grant, 6 Neil Ellett, 5 Bruce Twamley, 7 Ike MacKay, 8 Tony Lecce, 15 Bill Young, 16 Glen Johnson, 17 Buzz Parsons, 18 Joe Schiraldi (Jimmy Douglas). CAN 9’ Ike MacKay 1-0 USA 14’ Willy Roy 1-1 USA 26’ Gene Geimer 1-2 (a. Roy) CAN 81’ Jimmy Douglas 2-2 (a. MacKay)

1974 FIFA World Cup Germany Qualifiers Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA, Allemagne 1974 Coach / entraîneur Frank Pike CANADA : Tony Chursky, Dick Howard, Graham Lee; Martin Arh, Gary Aubert, Jimmy Douglas, Neil Ellett, Kevin Grant, Chris Horrocks, Glen Johnson, Serge Lavallée, Tony Lecce, Sam Lenarduzzi, Ike MacKay, Tony Mazza, Bill Millar, Boyd Montgomery, Gerry Pagnani, Buzz Parsons, Brian Robinson, Peter Roe, Frank Sauer, Joe Schiraldi, George Simčić, Bruce Twamley, Gordon Wallace, Colin Whitehead, Bill Young. 1972 CAN MNT Chursky, Tony Howard, Dick Lee, Graham

MP MS MIN GA CS 0 0 0 4 4 360 7 0 0 0 0

FIFA WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 1.WCQ

1972 CAN MNT Aubert, Gary Douglas, Jimmy Ellett, Neil Grant, Kevin Horrocks, Chris Johnson, Glen Lecce, Tony Lenarduzzi, Sam MacKay, Ike Millar, Bill Pagnani, Gerardo Parsons, Buzz Robinson, Brian Schiraldi, Joe Simcic, George Twamley, Bruce Young, Bill

MP MS 0 0 4 3 4 4 4 4 2 0 4 4 4 3 4 4 4 2 0 0 0 0 4 4 3 1 3 3 0 0 4 4 4 4

FIFA WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 2.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ

MIN G A 0 xx 1g 360 360 xx 360 1g 1a 310 xx 257 1g 2a 0 0 360 1g 134 1g xx 0 360 1g 252

1972-09-02 Canada 2:2 Club from Guatemala Exhibition - Ciudad Guatemala, GUA Canada goals / buts par Bill Young & Joe Schiraldi

GERMANY 1974 QUALIFIERS 1972 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1 1972-08-20 St. John’s, NL, CAN CAN W 3:2 USA King George V Park, att. 7,600 Referee / arbitre : David Parsons (Crockwell, Marshall). CANADA : 1 GK Dick Howard, 2 Sam Lenarduzzi, 3 Kevin Grant, 8 Tony Lecce, 5 Bruce Twamley, 18 Jimmy Douglas (12 Brian Robinson HT), 6 Neil Ellett, 15 Bill Young (7 Ike MacKay HT), 16 Glen Johnson, 17 Buzz Parsons, 9 Joe Schiraldi. CAN 5’ Buzz Parsons 1-0 (a. Johnson) CAN 41’ Bruce Twamley 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 63’ Glen Johnson (right / droit) 3-0 USA 66’ Willy Roy 3-1 USA 87’ Rudy Getzinger 3-2 1972 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1 1972-08-24 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 0:1 MEX Varsity Stadium, att. 12,187 Referee / arbitre : Ken Chaplin (Stewart, Brandt). CANADA : 1 GK Dick Howard, 2 Sam Lenarduzzi, 3 Kevin Grant, 6 Neil Ellett, 5 Bruce Twamley, 18 Jimmy Douglas (7 Ike MacKay

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1972 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1 1972-09-05 México, DF, MEX CAN L 1:2 MEX Estadio Azteca, att. 30,000 Referee / arbitre : Teophilus Koetsier. CANADA : GK Dick Howard, Sam Lenarduzzi, Kevin Grant, Neil Ellett capt., Bruce Twamley, Ike MacKay, Bill Young (Tony Lecce 50’), Brian Robinson (Chris Horrocks 66’), Glen Johnson, Buzz Parsons, Jimmy Douglas. MEX 21’ Cesáreo Victorino (right / droit) 0-1 CAN 40’ Brian Robinson 1-1 (a. MacKay) MEX Fernando Bustos (FK right foot / pied droit) 1-2 Canada officially eliminated / le Canada est officiellement éliminé 1972-09-10 - GROUP / GROUPE : MEX 8 points; CAN 3; USA 1. 1973-12-18 : from 12 Concacaf nations, Haiti won the Concacaf Championship and qualified for the FIFA World Cup Germany 1974 ; parmi 12 nations de la Concacaf, Haïti gagne la Coupe des Nations de la Concacaf et se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde, Allemagne 1974.

1973 CANADA MNT (May & August / mai et août 1973) Coach / entraîneur Frank Pike (September & October / septembre et octobre 1973) Bill McAllister (November / novembre 1973) Coach / entraîneur Eckhard Krautzun CANADA : Željko Bilecki, Tony Chursky, Orazio De Ciantis, Dick Howard, Greg Weber; Gary Aubert, Garry Ayre, Gary Batchelor, Chris Bennett, Svetozar Bosnjakovic, Jim Corsi, Robert Cruciani, Dragoslav Denkowski, Jimmy Douglas, Neil Ellett, Brian Gant, Chris Horrocks, Glen Johnson, Pedro Kozak, Bob Lenarduzzi, Sam Lenarduzzi, Oscar Marin, Jim McDonald, Jim Millar, Victor Nicolini, Buzz Parsons, Dragan Popović, Brian Robinson, Manuel Santos, Frank Sauer, Joe Schiraldi, Alija Solak, Bruce Twamley, Gordon Wallace. 1973 CAN MNT Bilecki, Željko Chursky, Tony De Ciantis, Orazio Howard, Dick Weber, Greg

MP MS MIN GA CS 0 0 0 3 3 270 5 1 0 0 0 1 1 90 5 0 2 2 180 2 1

1973 CAN MNT Aubert, Gary Ayre, Garry Batchelor, Gary Bennett, Chris Bosnakovic, S. Corsi, Jim Cruciani, Robert Denkowski, D.

MP MS 2 1 4 4 4 2 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

MIN G A 105 1g 360 xx 1a 156 1g 0 0 0 0

CAN MNT Début 1973 Début 1973 CAN MNT Début 1973 Début 1973 Début 1973 Début 1973


1973-09-30 Canada 0:0 Malta “B” Valletta, MLT; Gzira Stadium, att. 300 Début 1973 Début 1973 Début 1973

Début 1973

Début 1973

1973-10-03 Canada 3:7 København Select København, DEN; Idrottsparkstadion, att. 3,000 Canada goals / buts par : Gary Batchelor, Joe Schiraldi, Sam Lenarduzzi 1973 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1973-10-07 Luxembourg, LUX CAN W 2:0 LUX Stade Municipal de Luxembourg, att. 1,242 Referee / arbitre : J. Minnoy. CANADA : GK Greg Weber, Chris Horrocks, Sam Lenarduzzi, Jim McDonald (Frank Sauer 70’), Garry Ayre, Jimmy Douglas, Brian Robinson, Gary Batchelor, Joe Schiraldi, Buzz Parsons, Gordon Wallace (Brian Gant 70’). CAN 18’ Buzz Parsons 1-0 (a. Douglas) CAN 24’ Joe Schiraldi 2-0 (a. Batchelor)

Coach / entraîneur Frank Pike

1973-10-10 Canada 4:6 Irish XI Belfast, NIR; Windsor Park, att. 3,000 Canada goals / buts par : Brian Robinson (x2), Chris Bennett, Jimmy Douglas.

1973-05-23 Canada 0:1 Arsenal FC Exhibition - Toronto, ON, CAN, Exhibition Stadium

Coach / entraîneur Eckhard Krautzun

1973 INTERNATIONALS

1973 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1973-08-01 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 1:3 POL Varsity Stadium, att. 18,524 Referee / arbitre : A. Yamasaki (Davies, Tait). CANADA : 1 GK Tony Chursky, 10 Sam Lenarduzzi, 7 Kevin Grant, 10 Bob Lenarduzzi début, 15 Brian Robinson, 4 Jimmy Douglas, 5 Neil Ellett capt., 17 Bruce Twamley (8 Chris Horrocks HT), 9 Glen Johnson (6 Brian Gant 80’), 14 Buzz Parsons, 2 Gary Aubert début (16 Joe Schiraldi 60’). CAN 10’ Gary Aubert 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) POL 53’ Robert Gadocha (FK) 1-1 POL 83’ Jerzy Gorgoń 1-2 POL 88’ Robert Gadocha 1-3 1973 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1973-08-05 Windsor, ON, CAN CAN L 0:2 USA Windsor Stadium, att. 5,000 Referee / arbitre : Bill Gallacher. CANADA : GK Greg Weber début, Sam Lenarduzzi, 12 Bill Millar début, Bruce Twamley, Jimmy Douglas, Neil Ellett, Brian Robinson (Gary Batchelor début), Glen Johnson, Buzz Parsons, Joe Schiraldi, Bob Lenarduzzi. USA 15’ Frank Grgurev 0-1 (a. Liveric) USA 67’ Mark Liveric 0-2 Coach / entraîneur Bill McAllister 1973-09-25 Canada 1:0 Nurnburg II Nurnburg, GER; att. 5,000 Canada goals / buts par Buzz Parsons 1973 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1973-09-28 Valletta, MLT CAN D 0:2 MLT Gzira Stadium, att. 2,000 CANADA : 1 GK Tony Chursky, 5 Chris Horrocks, 4 Jim McDonald, 3 Kevin Grant, 8 Garry Ayre, 2 Sam Lenarduzzi, 6 Jimmy Douglas,

1973 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1973-11-10 Port-au-Prince, HAI CAN L 1:5 HAI Stade Sylvio Cator, att. 20,000 Referee / arbitre : I. Lawrence. CANADA : 1 GK Dick Howard, 5 Chris Horrocks, 4 Jim McDonald début, 2 Sam Lenarduzzi, 15 Garry Ayre début, 8 Brian Robinson (12 Frank Sauer 57’ début), 6 Neil Ellett (10 Brian Gant 57’), 14 Gary Batchelor (17 Jimmy Douglas 30’), 11 Gordon Wallace début, 9 Buzz Parsons (16 Chris Bennett début), 7 Joe Schiraldi. HAI 4’ Emmanuel Sanon 0-1 HAI 6’ Claude Barthélemy 0-2 HAI 15’ Claude Barthélemy 0-3 HAI 48’ Emmanuel Sanon 0-4 CAN 58’ Buzz Parsons 1-4 (a. Wallace) HAI 66’ Emmanuel Sanon 1-5 1973 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1973-11-12 Port-au-Prince, HAI CAN W 1:0 HAI Stade Sylvio Cator, att. 16,000 Referee / arbitre : I. Lawrence. CANADA : 1 GK Tony Chursky, 5 Chris Horrocks, 4 Jim McDonald, 2 Sam Lenarduzzi, 15 Garry Ayre, 8 Brian Robinson, 17 Jimmy Douglas, 10 Brian Gant, 11 Gordon Wallace (14 Gary Batchelor HT), 9 Buzz Parsons INJ (7 Joe Schiraldi 22’, 12 Frank Sauer 42’), 16 Chris Bennett. CAN 58’ Chris Bennett 1-0 (a. Douglas)

1974 CANADA MNT 1974 CAN MNT Baretta, John Brand, Jack Chursky, Tony Greco, Peter Judd, Bob

MP MS MIN GA CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 270 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

CAN MNT

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Début 1973

8 Brian Robinson, 17 Chris Bennett (10 Brian Gant HT), 9 Buzz Parsons, 7 Joe Schiraldi (11 Gary Aubert HT); (sub ? Gordon Wallace 55’).

CANADA MNT

510 2a 237 198 180 405 170 0 180 540 0 340 90 0 451 2g 0 xx 0 101 365 1g 0 135 240 1a

FUTSAL - PARA

5 3 1 2 4 2 0 2 6 0 4 1 0 6 0 6 0 0 4 0 2 3

CANADA WNT

6 3 5 2 5 2 0 2 6 0 4 1 0 6 0 6 0 3 6 0 2 4

HALL of FAME

Douglas, Jimmy Ellett, Neil Gant, Brian Grant, Kevin Horrocks, Chris Johnson, Glen Kozak, Pedro Lenarduzzi, Bob Lenarduzzi, Sam Marin, Oscar McDonald, Jim Millar, Bill Nicolini, Victor Parsons, Buzz Popović, Dragan Robinson, Brian Santos, Mannuel Sauer, Frank Schiraldi, Joe Solak, Alija Twamley, Bruce Wallace, Gordon


1974 CAN MNT MP MS MIN Ayre, Garry 3 1 105 Barbieri, Carmelo 1 1 90 Bennett, Chris 2 2 162 Bolitho, Bob 2 2 170 Breganski, Zachary 1 0 1 Castellano,Franco 0 0 0 Douglas, Jimmy 2 2 180 Edwards, Clem 0 0 0 Gant, Brian 0 0 0 Grant, Kevin 2 2 175 Horrocks, Chris 3 3 270 Kerr, Peter 0 0 0 Kodelja, Victor 3 3 xx Lenarduzzi, Sam 3 3 270 McDonald, Jim 1 1 90 Miller, Bruce 0 0 0 Papamakarios, J. 0 0 0 Parsons, Buzz 2 2 165 Piscopo, Matteo 1 0 xx Robinson, Brian 3 3 269 Roe, Peter 2 0 40 Sauer, Frank 1 1 xx Tonci, Zohil 0 0 0 Wallace, Gordon 3 1 xx Wilson, Bruce 3 3 270

CAN MNT Début 1974 Début 1974 Début 1974

1974-12-29 Canada 0:1 Cuba “B” Ciudad de la Habana, CUB, Campo Armada

1975 CANADA MNT Début 1974

Début 1974 Début 1974

Début 1974

1974 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Eckhard Krautzun 1974 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1974-04-12 Hamilton, BER CAN D 0:0 BER att. 400 CANADA : GK Tony Chursky, Chris Horrocks, Jim McDonald, Sam Lenarduzzi, Garry Ayre, Frank Sauer (Matteo Piscopo début), Brian Robinson, Bruce Wilson début, Chris Bennett, Carmelo Barbieri début, Victor Kodelja début (Gordon Wallace). 1974 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1974-10-09 Frankfurt, GER CAN L 0:2 DDR Stadion der Freundschaft, att. 2,000 Referee / arbitre : V. Lipatov. CANADA : 1 GK Tony Chursky, 6 Chris Horrocks, 3 Sam Lenarduzzi, 16 Kevin Grant, 5 Bruce Wilson, 8 Jimmy Douglas, 10 Brian Robinson (14 Zachary Breganski 89’ début), 15 Bob Bolitho début (2 Garry Ayre 80’), 7 Victor Kodelja, 9 Buzz Parsons, 11 Gordon Wallace (18 Peter Roe 65’ début). DDR 12’ Hoffman 0-1 DDR 90’+3 Hans-Jürgen Dörner 0-2 1974-10-12 Canada 0:5 East Germany U-21 Neubrandenburg, GER 1974-10-16 Canada 0:1 West Germany Olympic Wiesbaden, GER 1974-10-28 Canada 1:1 Hungary “B” (U-23) Budapest, HUN; Puskás Ferenc Stadion, att. 25,000 Canada goal / but par : Victor Kodelja 1974 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1974-10-31 Warsaw, POL CAN L 0:2 POL Stadion Wojska Polskiego, att. 3,000 Referee / arbitre : W. Rudniew. CANADA : 1 GK Tony Chursky, 6 Chris Horrocks, 16 Kevin Grant (2 Garry Ayre 85’), 3 Sam Lenarduzzi, 5 Bruce Wilson, 8 Jimmy

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Douglas, 10 Brian Robinson, 15 Bob Bolitho, 7 Victor Kodelja, 9 Buzz Parsons (18 Peter Roe 75’), 12 Chris Bennett (11 Gordon Wallace 72’). POL 6’ Jerzy Kasalik 0-1 POL 9’ Roman Jakóbczak 0-2

1975 CAN MNT Chursky, Tony Craig, Bill

MP MS MIN GA CS 1 1 90 4 0 0 0 0

CAN MNT

1975 CAN MNT Ayre, Garry Bennett, Chris Bolitho, Bob Bolowich, Hans Gant, Brian Grant, Kevin Horrocks, Chris Kodelja, Victor Lenarduzzi, Sam McLenaghen, Mike Miller, Bruce Parsons, Buzz Riley, Tom Robinson, Brian Roe, Peter Santos, Mario Tonci, Zohil Turpin, Joe

MP MS MIN 1 1 90 1 0 5 1 1 90 0 0 0 1 1 55 1 1 89 1 1 90 1 1 72 1 1 90 1 0 18 1 1 72 1 1 90 1 0 1 1 1 85 1 0 35 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 18

CAN MNT

Début Début Début

Début

1975 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Eckhard Krautzun 1975 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1975-01-05 Ciudad de la Habana, CUB CAN L 0:4 CUB Campo Armada CANADA : 1 GK Tony Chursky, 6 Chris Horrocks, 3 Sam Lenarduzzi, 4 Kevin Grant (19 Tom Riley 89’ début), 2 Garry Ayre, 10 Brian Robinson (12 Chris Bennett 85’), 15 Bob Bolitho, 9 Buzz Parsons, 7 Victor Kodelja (14 Mike McLenaghen 72’ début), 16 Bruce Miller début (18 Joe Turpin 72’ début), 8 Brian Gant (11 Peter Roe 55’). CUB 32’ Carlos Montenegro 0-1 CUB 50’ Roberto Pereira 0-2 CUB 61’ Regino Delgado 0-3 Penalty attempt miss / manque de pénalité par Sam Lenarduzzi CUB 71’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-4 (o.g.)

1975 CANADA OLY 1975 CAN OLY Brand, Jack Chursky, Tony Lettieri, Tino

MP MS MIN GA CS 8 8 675 31 1 1 1 90 2 0 1 0 45 6 0

PAG PAG PAG

1975 CAN OLY Ayre, Garry

MP MS MIN G A 8 8 xx

PAG PAG


PAG PAG PAG PAG PAG PAG PAG PAG PAG PAG PAG PAG

1975 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Bill McAllister 1975 CANADA OLY INTERNATIONAL 1975-07-06 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN L 1:8 POL Autostade, att. 10,000 Referee / arbitre : Bill Gallacher. CANADA : GK Jack Brand (GK Tino Lettieri HT), Garry Ayre, Brian Robinson, Jim Kelly, Ray Telford, Jimmy Douglas, Buzz Parsons, Carl Rose (Chris Horrocks), Peter Roe, John Connor (Mike Burke), Chris Bennett (Bob Bolitho). POL 5’ Joachim Marx 0-1 POL 40’ Grzegorz Lato 0-2 POL Kazimierz Deyna (FK) 0-3 POL Bronislaw Bula 0-4 CAN OLY Jimmy Douglas 1-4 POL Grzegorz Lato POL Kazimierz Deyna POL Grzegorz Lato POL Andre Szarmach 1975 CANADA OLY INTERNATIONAL 1975-07-09 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 1:4 POL Varsity Stadium, att. 14,321 Referee / arbitre : Archundia. CANADA : GK Jack Brand, Garry Ayre (Chris Horrocks), Kevin Grant, Bob Bolitho, Ray Telford, Jimmy Douglas (Buzz Parsons), Brian Robinson (Wes McLeod), Chris Bennett, Peter Roe, Victor Kodelja, John Connor (Carl Rose 32’). POL 16’ Josef Kwiatkowski 0-1 POL 18’ Andre Szarmach 0-2 POL 24’ Andre Szarmach 0-3 CAN OLY 35’ Chris Bennett 1-3 (a. Douglas) POL 39’ Kazimierz Deyna 1-4 1975 CANADA OLY INTERNATIONAL 1975-07-29 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 0:3 DDR Varsity Stadium, att. 7,028 Referee / arbitre : Werner Winsemann. CANADA : 1 GK Jack Brand, 5 Chris Horrocks, 4 Kevin Grant, 17 Bob Bolitho, 3 Ray Telford, 9 Jimmy Douglas, 2 Garry Ayre, 7 Brian

Robinson, 6 Carl Rose, 10 Mike Burke, 8 Peter Roe. DDR 12’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-1 (o.g.) DDR 81’ Eberhard Vogel 0-2 DDR 86’ Bernd Bransch 0-3 (a. Vogel) 1975 CANADA OLY INTERNATIONAL 1975-07-31 Ottawa, ON, CAN CAN L 1:7 DDR Frank Clair Stadium, att. 8,346 Referee / arbitre : A. Nobile. CANADA : GK Jack Brand, Chris Horrocks (Robin Megraw), Kevin Grant, Ray Telford, Bob Bolitho, Jimmy Douglas, Garry Ayre (Jim Kelly), Chris Bennett (Mario Santos), Carl Rose, Mike Burke (Ken Whitehead), Peter Roe. DDR 7’ Joachim Streich 0-1 DDR 26’ Hans Jürgen Riediger 0-2 DDR 36’ Eberhard Vogel 0-3 DDR Jürgen Pommerenke 0-4 DDR Joachim Streich 0-5 DDR Eberhard Vogel 0-6 CAN OLY Carl Rose 1-6 (a. Douglas) DDR Eberhard Vogel 1-7 1975 CANADA OLY INTERNATIONAL 1975-08-06 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 1:4 HUN Varsity Stadium, att. 6,542 Referee / arbitre : Ilio Matos (Nagorarato, Baptista). CANADA : 1 GK Jack Brand, 2 Garry Ayre (5 Chris Horrocks), 4 Kevin Grant, 17 Bob Bolitho, 3 Ray Telford, 18 Robin Megraw, 9 Jimmy Douglas, 7 Tim Burns, 6 Carl Rose, 10 Mike Burke (15 Billy Magill), 8 Peter Roe. HUN 16’ Janos Fehervari 0-1 CAN OLY 51’ Peter Roe 1-1 (a. Douglas) HUN 64’ Laslo Fekete 1-2 HUN 67’ Istvan Gass 1-3 HUN 81’ Károly Csapó 1-4 1975 CANADA OLY INTERNATIONAL 1975-08-10 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN L 2:3 HUN Autostade, att. 7,100 Referee / arbitre : D. Parsons. CANADA : GK Jack Brand, Robin Megraw, Jim McDonald, Kevin Grant, Ray Telford, Chris Bennett, Bob Bolitho, Jimmy Douglas, Garry Ayre, Mike Burke, Billy Magill (Ken Whitehead 75’). HUN 11’ Károly Csapó 0-1 CAN OLY 15’ Mike Burke 1-1 CAN OLY 37’ Bob Bolitho 2-1 HUN 60’ Károly Csapó (head / tête) 2-2 (a. Fehervary) HUN 72’ Károly Csapó 2-3 1975 CANADA OLY 1975-10-10 México, DF, MEX Lineups missing. CAN John Connor CAN John Connor CAN John Connor CAN John Connor CAN Jimmy Douglas CAN Bob Bolitho

INTERNATIONAL CAN W 6:2 USA

1975 CANADA OLY 1975-10-15 México, DF, MEX Lineups missing. CAN John Connor 1-0 CAN John Connor 2-0

INTERNATIONAL CAN W 2:0 TRI

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PAG PAG

CANADA MNT

xx 1g xx xx 1g 90 xx xx 1g 3a 720 xx xx 90 270 105 1a xx 60 xx xx xx xx xx 1g xx 1g xx 0 720 xx

FUTSAL - PARA

4 8 6 1 4 8 8 3 1 1 3 1 3 1 0 5 1 3 8 4 0 0 9 1

CANADA WNT

4 9 8 1 4 8 8 7 2 1 3 2 3 1 1 6 2 3 8 7 1 0 9 2

HALL of FAME

Bennett, Chris Bolitho, Bob Burke, Mike Burns, Tim Connor, John Douglas, Jimmy Grant, Kevin Horrocks, Chris Kelly, Jim Kodelja, Victor Kovar, Joe Magill, Bill McDonald, Jim McGuire, John McLeod, Wes Megraw, Robin Parsons, Buzz Robinson, Brian Roe, Peter Rose, Carl Santos, Mario Tarrant, Tom Telford, Ray Whitehead, Ken


1975 PAN AMERICAN GAMES Pan American Games / Jeux panaméricains, Cali 1971 Coach / entraîneur Colin Morris 1975 CANADA OLY Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE B 1975-10-13 Puebla, PB, MEX CAN D 0:0 JAM Estadio Cuauhtémoc Referee / arbitre : Carlos Luis Alfaro (Scolfaro, De La Mora). CANADA : GK Jack Brand, Bob Bolitho, Kevin Grant, Garry Ayre, Ray Telford, Chris Horrocks (Carl Rose), Jozsef Kovar, Jimmy Douglas, Robin Megraw, Mike Burke, Peter Roe. 1975 CANADA OLY Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE B 1975-10-17 Puebla, PB, MEX CAN L 0:2 ARG Estadio Cuauhtémoc Referee / arbitre : Valentin Gazo (Rubio, Aguilar). CANADA : GK Tony Chursky, Bob Bolitho, Kevin Grant, Garry Ayre (red / rouge), Ray Telford, Jozsef Kovar, Jim McDonald, Jimmy Douglas (Carl Rose HT), Robin Megraw, John Connor (Mike Burke 65’), Peter Roe. ARG 12’ Pablo de la Cardenas 0-1 ARG 69’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-2 (o.g.) Red card / carton rouge 78’ Carl Rose Red card / carton rouge 89’ Garry Ayre GROUP / GROUPE : ARG 4 points; CAN 1; JAM 1. 1975 CANADA OLY Rd 2 - GROUP / GROUPE A 1975-10-19 Puebla, PB, MEX CAN L 0:8 MEX Estadio Nemesio Díez, att. 30,000 Referee / arbitre : Oscar Scolfaro (Barrancos, Brown). Suspended / suspendu : Carl Rose, Garry Ayre. CANADA : GK Jack Brand, Bob Bolitho, Kevin Grant, Jim McDonald, Ray Telford, John McGuire (Chris Horrocks 60’), Jozsef Kovar, Peter Roe, Robin Megraw, Mike Burke, John Connor. Red card / carton rouge Jim McDonald MEX 2’ Victor Rangel 0-1 MEX 12’ Hugo Sanchez 0-2 MEX 31’ Victor Rangel 0-3 MEX 39’ Jose Luis Caballero 0-4 MEX 44’ Jose Luis Caballero 0-5 MEX 48’ Hugo Sanchez 0-6 MEX 49’ Hugo Sanchez 0-7 MEX 53’ Victor Gomez 0-8 Canada withdrew from tournament / le Canada se retire du tournoi.

1976 CANADA OLY CANADA : John Baretta, Jack Brand, Tony Chursky, Billy Grant, Tino Lettieri, Geoff Mullock, Glen Robbins, Andrew Salt, Dimitri Senis, Daryl Wallace; Severino Agostinis, Cecil Alfred, Jack Attadia, Garry Ayre, Bill Barabana, Chris Bennett, Bob Bolitho, Mike Burke, John Connor, Jimmy Douglas, Brian Gant, Bruce Gant, Kevin Grant, Danny Hood, Darryl Hooker, Chris Horrocks, Robert Iarusci, Jim Kelly, Peter Kerr, Richard Knopp, Jozsef Kovar, Tony Lawrence, Carmine Marcantonio, Giuseppe Marrello, John McGrane, Mike McLenaghen, Wes McLeod, Jim McLoughlin, Robin Megraw, Bruce Miller, Garnett Moen, John Nelson, Paul Nelson, Buzz Parsons, John Reeves, Brian Robinson, Peter Roe, Carl Rose, Doug Scorse, Ray Telford, Bill Village, Henry Vogelaar, Steve Watts, Ken Whitehead. 1976 CANADA OLY MP MS MIN GA CS Brand, Jack 5 5 420 11 1 Lettieri, Tino 0 0 0

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CAN OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY

1976 CANADA OLY MP MS Ayre, Garry 4 4 Bolitho, Bob 4 4 Connor, John 5 5 Douglas, Jimmy 5 5 Grant, Kevin 5 5 Lawrence, Tony 5 5 McGrane, John 5 5 McLenaghen, Mike 5 2 McLeod, Wes 5 5 McLoughlin, Jim 2 0 Megraw, Robin 5 5 Rose, Carl 3 0 Roe, Peter 0 0 Telford, Ray 5 5 Whitehead, Ken 1 1

MIN G A xx xx 420 1g xx 4g 420 420 xx xx 420 0 420 xx 0 383 12

CAN OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY

1976 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Colin Morris 1976 CANADA OLY INTERNATIONAL 1976-07-09 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN L 0:4 NGA Parc Jarry CANADA : GK Jack Brand, Mike McLenaghen, Kevin Grant, Tony Lawrence, Ray Telford, Robin Megraw, Bob Bolitho, Jimmy Douglas (Carl Rose), Wes McLeod, John McGrane, John Connor. NGA 1H ?? 0-1 NGA 1H ?? 0-2 NGA 1H ?? 0-3 NGA 2H ?? 0-4 1976 CANADA OLY INTERNATIONAL 1976-07-12 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN W 3:2 ZAM Parc Jarry CANADA : GK Jack Brand, Garry Ayre (sub), Tony Lawrence, Kevin Grant, Ray Telford, Robin Megraw, Jimmy Douglas, Bob Bolitho (sub), Wes McLeod, John McGrane (sub), John Connor; (subs Jim McLoughlin, Mike McLenaghen, Carl Rose). CAN Jimmy Douglas 1-0 CAN John Connor 2-0 ZAM ?? 2-1 ZAM ?? 2-2 CAN Jimmy Douglas 3-2 (a. Connor) 1976 CANADA OLY (2x 30min) INTERNATIONAL 1976-07-16 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN D 0:0 FRA Parc Jarry CANADA : GK Jack Brand, Garry Ayre (Jim McLoughlin), Tony Lawrence, Kevin Grant, Ray Telford, Robin Megraw, Jimmy Douglas, Mike McLenaghen, Wes McLeod, John McGrane, John Connor.

1976 OLYMPIC GAMES Montréal 1976 Men’s Olympic Football Tournament Tournoi Olympique de Football Masculin, Montréal 1976 Coach / entraîneur Colin Morris 1976 CANADA OLY GROUP / GROUPE D 1976-07-19 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN L 1:2 URS Stade Olympique, att. 24,591 Referee / arbitre : Robert Helies (Schiller, Dorantes). CANADA : 1 GK Jack Brand, 15 Garry Ayre, 4 Kevin Grant, 5 Tony Lawrence, 3 Ray Telford, 8 Robin Megraw, 6 Jimmy Douglas, 2 Bob Bolitho (12 Mike McLenaghen 76’), 14 Wes McLeod, 7 John McGrane (9 Carl Rose 63’), 11 John Connor.


1976 CANADA MNT CANADA : Tony Chursky, Dick Howard, Graham Lee; Martin Arh, Gary Aubert, Jimmy Douglas, Neil Ellett, Kevin Grant, Chris Horrocks, Glen Johnson, Serge Lavallée, Tony Lecce, Sam Lenarduzzi, Ike MacKay, Tony Mazza, Bill Millar, Boyd Montgomery, Gerry Pagnani, Buzz Parsons, Brian Robinson, Peter Roe, Frank Sauer, Joe Schiraldi, George Simčić, Bruce Twamley, Gordon Wallace, Colin Whitehead, Bill Young. 1976 CAN MNT Bilecki, Željko Chursky, Tony

MP MS MIN GA CS FIFA WCQ 1 1 90 0 1 Début & 1.WCQ 4 4 360 3 2 2.WCQ

1976 CAN MNT MP MS Ayre, Garry 2 2 Bolitho, Bob 5 4 Budd, Brian 4 3 Douglas, Jimmy 3 3 Gant, Brian 2 1 Horrocks, Chris 0 0 Iarusci, Robert 5 5 Johnson, Glen 2 2 Kerr, Johnny 5 5 Kodelja, Victor 1 1 Kovar, Joe 0 0 Lenarduzzi, Bob 5 5 Lenarduzzi, Sam 4 3 MacKay, Ike 0 0 Marcantonio, Carmine 1 1 McLeod, Wes 2 2 Parsons, Buzz 3 2 Robinson, Brian 3 3 Samson, Daryl 1 0 Strenicer, Jeno 0 0 Thompson, Gary 4 3 Wilson, Bruce 5 5

MIN G A 180 375 2g 227 1g 1a 270 120 0 450 180 403 60 0 450 1g 1a 336 0 90 180 254 1g 204 32 0 239 450 1a

FIFA WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 3.WCQ 2.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 2.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 1.WCQ

1976 EXHIBITION Coach / entraîneur Eckhard Krautzun 1976-09-08 Canada 1:1 New York Cosmos Exhibition - Edmonton, AB, CAN, Clarke Stadium, att. 14,826 Canada goal / but par Buzz Parsons

1976 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1976-09-24 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN D 1:1 USA CBC ; Empire Stadium, att. 15,453 Referee / arbitre : Marco Antonio Dorantes (Ramen, Maglio). CANADA : 1 GK Tony Chursky, 2 Robert Iarusci début, 4 Brian Robinson, 5 Bob Lenarduzzi, 3 Bruce Wilson, 8 Jimmy Douglas, 10 Bob Bolitho, 18 Carmine Marcantonio début, 7 Johnny Kerr, 9 Buzz Parsons, 11 Gary Thompson début. USA 9’ Boris Bandov 0-1 Red card / carton rouge 72’ USA Steve Pecher CAN 78’ Bob Bolitho 1-1 (a. Kerr) 1976 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1976-10-10 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN W 1:0 MEX CBC ; Empire Stadium, att. 17,939 Referee / arbitre : Toros Kibritjian (Winsemann, Finch). CANADA : 1 Tony Chursky, 4 Brian Robinson INJ (6 Sam Lenarduzzi 24’), 2 Robert Iarusci, 5 Bob Lenarduzzi, 3 Bruce Wilson capt., 7 Johnny Kerr, 10 Bob Bolitho, 8 Jimmy Douglas, 17 Brian Gant, 15 Brian Budd début INJ (9 Buzz Parsons 16’), 11 Gary Thompson. CAN 33’ Buzz Parsons (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Wilson FK) 1976 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1976-10-20 Seattle, WA, USA CAN L 0:2 USA CBC ; Seattle Kingdome, att. 17,675 Referee / arbitre : Mario Rubio Vazquez (Landauer, Kibritjian). CANADA : 1 GK Tony Chursky, Sam Lenarduzzi, 2 Robert Iarusci, Bob Lenarduzzi, 3 Bruce Wilson, Johnny Kerr, Bob Bolitho, Jimmy Douglas, Glen Johnson, Buzz Parsons, Gary Thompson (Brian Budd HT). USA 56’ Miro Rys 0-1 Red card / carton rouge USA Walt Chyzowych (coach / entraîneur) USA 81’ Juli Veee 0-2 (a. Flater) 1976 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1976-10-27 Toluca, ME, MEX CAN D 0:0 MEX CBC ; Estadio La Bombonera, att. 26,719 Referee / arbitre : Henry Landauer (Galindo, Mendoza). CANADA : 1 GK Tony Chursky, Robert Iarusci, Sam Lenarduzzi, Bob Lenarduzzi, Bruce Wilson, Johnny Kerr, Bob Bolitho (Daryl Samson 58’ début), Garry Ayre, Wes McLeod début, Glen Johnson, Brian Budd (Gary Thompson 76’). GROUP / GROUPE : MEX 4 points ; USA 4; CAN 4. 1976 CANADA MNT PLAYOFF 1976-12-22 Port-au-Prince, HAI CAN W 3:0 USA CBC ; Stade Sylvio Cator, att. 5,000 Referee / arbitre : Guillermo Velasquez (Garcia, Aristizabal). CANADA : GK Zeljko Bilecki début, Brian Robinson, Robert Iarusci, Sam Lenarduzzi, Bruce Wilson, Johnny Kerr (Bob Bolitho 43’), Bob Lenarduzzi, Garry Ayre, Victor Kodelja (Brian Gant 60’), Brian Budd, Wes McLeod. CAN 21’ Brian Budd 1-0 (a. Bob Lenarduzzi) Red card / carton rouge 60’ USA Steve Pecher CAN 80’ Bob Lenarduzzi 2-0 (a. Budd) CAN 87’ Bob Bolitho (FK) 3-0 Canada eliminated USA / le Canada élimine les États-Unis

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CANADA SOCCER

1978 FIFA World Cup Argentina Qualifiers Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Coach / entraîneur Eckhard Krautzun

CANADA MNT

ARGENTINA 1978 QUALIFIERS

FUTSAL - PARA

1976 CANADA OLY GROUP / GROUPE D 1976-07-21 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 1:3 PRK Varsity Stadium, att. 12,638 Referee / arbitre : Marco Antonio Dorantes (Helies, Silvagno). CANADA : 1 GK Jack Brand, 15 Garry Ayre, 4 Kevin Grant, 5 Tony Lawrence, 3 Ray Telford (12 Mike McLenaghen 53’), 8 Robin Megraw, 6 Jimmy Douglas, 2 Bob Bolitho, 14 Wes McLeod, 7 John McGrane (17 Ken Whitehead 78’), 11 John Connor. PRK 18’ Se Uk An 0-1 CAN OLY 51’ Jimmy Douglas 1-1 (rebound / rebonde) PRK 66’ Song Nam Hong 1-2 PRK 80’ Song Nam Hong 1-3 GROUP / GROUPE : URS 4 points ; PRK 2; CAN 0.

CANADA WNT

1976-09-10 Canada 3:1 New York Cosmos Exhibition - Vancouver, BC, CAN, Empire Stadium Canada goals / buts par Gary Thompson, Brian Budd, Glen Johnson.

HALL of FAME

URS 8’ Vladimir Onischenko 0-1 URS 11’ Vladimir Onischenko 0-2 (a. Blokhin) CAN OLY 88’ Jimmy Douglas 1-2


1977 CANADA MNT 1977 CAN MNT Bilecki, Željko Chursky, Tony Lettieri, Tino

MP MS MIN GA CS 2 1 135 2 1 5 5 405 7 0 0 0 0

1977 CAN MNT Ayre, Garry Bakic, Mike Bolitho, Bob Budd, Brian Feeney, Steve Gant, Brian Horrocks, Chris Iarusci, Robert Kerr, Johnny Kodelja, Victor Lenarduzzi, Bob Lenarduzzi, Sam MacKay, Ike McGrane, John McLeod, Wes Miller, Bruce Mitchell, Dale Parsons, Buzz Robinson, Brian Roe, Peter Strenicer, Jeno Thompson, Gary Twamley, Bruce Wilson, Bruce

MP MS 6 6 4 4 5 4 3 0 0 0 3 2 1 0 5 4 1 0 3 3 4 4 6 6 5 5 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 6 5 0 0 3 2 5 4 3 1 2 2 5 5

MIN G A 540 350 2g 319 1a 89 1g 0 188 45 405 1a 45 225 360 1g 495 399 1a 210 65 0 0 425 3g 0 127 1g 348 2a 141 1a 105 450

FIFA WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ FIFA WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 3.WCQ 2.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ

2.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ

1977 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Eckhard Krautzun 1977 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1977-09-11 Port of Spain, TRI CAN D 1:1 TRI Guaracara Stadium, att. 4,000 CANADA : 1 GK Tony Chursky, 4 Bruce Twamley (2 Robert Iarusci HT), 6 Sam Lenarduzzi (20 Chris Horrocks HT), 19 Garry Ayre, 3 Bruce Wilson, 5 Bob Lenarduzzi, 10 Bob Bolitho (14 Johnny Kerr HT), 12 Wes McLeod (16 Peter Roe 65’), 7 Victor Kodelja, 9 Buzz Parsons (Brian Budd 55’), 11 Ike MacKay. TRI 60’ Godfrey Harris 0-1 CAN 85’ Peter Roe 1-1 1977-09-27 Canada 3:2 Paris Saint-Germain FC Exhibition - Montréal, QC, CAN - Stade Olympique, att. 18,656 Canada goals / buts par Ike MacKay (x2), Bob Lenarduzzi

ARGENTINA 1978 QUALIFIERS 1978 FIFA World Cup Argentina Qualifiers Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Coach / entraîneur Eckhard Krautzun 1977 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1977-10-08 Monterrey, NL, MEX CAN L 1:2 SLV Estadío Tecnológico Universitario, att. 42,000 Referee / arbitre : Luis Pestarino (Kibritjian, Montane). Suspended / suspendu : Bob Lenarduzzi. CANADA : 22 GK Zeljko Bilecki, 14 John McGrane début, 6 Sam Lenarduzzi, 19 Garry Ayre, 3 Bruce Wilson capt., 10 Bob Bolitho (9

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Buzz Parsons 80’), 8 Jeno Strenicer début, 17 Brian Gant, 7 Victor Kodelja, 11 Ike MacKay, 16 Peter Roe (15 Brian Budd 68’). SLV 43’ Baltazar Zapata 0-1 (interception) SLV 83’ Baltazar Zapata 0-2 CAN 86’ Brian Budd 1-2 1977 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1977-10-12 México, DF, MEX CAN W 2:1 SUR Estadio Azteca, att. 90,000 Referee / arbitre : Jesus Paulino Siles (Ortiz, Crockwell). Suspended / suspendu : Brian Gant. CANADA : 1 GK Tony Chursky INJ (22 GK Zeljko Bilecki HT), 2 Robert Iarusci, 6 Sam Lenarduzzi, 19 Garry Ayre, 3 Bruce Wilson capt., 5 Bob Lenarduzzi, 8 Jeno Strenicer, 21 Mike Bakic, 7 Victor Kodelja INJ (15 Brian Budd), 9 Buzz Parsons, 11 Ike MacKay. CAN 32’ Buzz Parsons (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Strenicer CK) SUR 40’ Remie Olmberg (PK) 1-1 CAN 75’ Mike Bakic 2-1 (a. Strenicer) 1977 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1977-10-16 México, DF, MEX CAN W 2:1 GUA Estadio Azteca, att. 25,000 Referee / arbitre : Ramon Barreto (Montane, Stewart). CANADA : 1 GK Tony Chursky, 2 Robert Iarusci, 6 Sam Lenarduzzi, 19 Garry Ayre, 3 Bruce Wilson capt., 5 Bob Lenarduzzi, 8 Jeno Strenicer, 10 Bob Bolitho, 21 Mike Bakic (17 Brian Gant 80’), 9 Buzz Parsons, 11 Ike MacKay (20 Gary Thompson 70’). CAN 20’ Buzz Parsons (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Iarusci) CAN 34’ Bob Lenarduzzi (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. MacKay) GUA 78’ Mario Alfaro 2-1 1977 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1977-10-20 Monterrey, NL, MEX CAN D 1:1 HAI Estadío Tecnológico Universitario, att. 30,000 Referee / arbitre : Jose Luis Valverde (Kibritjian, Siles). CANADA : 1 GK Tony Chursky, 2 Robert Iarusci, 6 Sam Lenarduzzi, 19 Garry Ayre, 3 Bruce Wilson capt., 5 Bob Lenarduzzi, 8 Jeno Strenicer (10 Bob Bolitho 76’), 21 Mike Bakic, 14 John McGrane, 9 Buzz Parsons, 11 Ike MacKay (20 Gary Thompson 59’). HAI 70’ Guy Dorsainville 0-1 CAN 90’ Mike Bakic (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Thompson) Canada officially eliminated / le Canada est officiellement éliminé Mexico qualified / le Mexique se qualifie pour l’Argentina 1978 1977 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1977-10-22 Monterrey, NL, MEX CAN L 1:3 MEX CBC ; Estadío Tecnológico Universitario, att. 55,000 Referee / arbitre : Rudolph Moses (Siles, Valverde). Suspended / suspendu : Bob Lenarduzzi, Bruce Wilson. CANADA : 1 GK Tony Chursky, 2 Robert Iarusci, 6 Sam Lenarduzzi, 19 Garry Ayre, 4 Bruce Twamley (14 John McGrane 60’), 10 Bob Bolitho, 21 Mike Bakic, 17 Brian Gant (8 Jeno Strenicer 88’), 16 Peter Roe (red / rouge), 9 Buzz Parsons, 20 Gary Thompson. CAN 9’ Buzz Parsons (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Bolitho FK) Red card / carton rouge 34’ Peter Roe MEX 39’ Javier Guzmán 1-1 MEX 44’ Javier Guzmán 1-2 MEX 65’ Hugo Sánchez (head / tête) 1-3 (a. .. CK) GROUP / GROUPE : MEX 10; HAI 7; SLV 5; CAN 5; GUA 3; SUR 0. 1977-10-23 : from 16 Concacaf nations, Mexico won the Concacaf Championship and qualified for the FIFA World Cup Argentina 1978 ; parmi 16 nations de la Concacaf, le Mexique gagne la Coupe des Nations de la Concacaf et se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde, Argentine 1978.


MP MS 3 3 4 4 0 0 1 1 1 0 4 4 1 0 0 0 1 1 4 3 3 2 1 0 4 4 2 2 3 2 3 2 1 1 2 2 0 0 3 3 0 0 4 4 2 2

OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ OQ & PAQ OQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ

MIN G A 270 360 0 45 35 1g 360 2g 2a 38 0 90 225 225 1a 45 360 180 123 199 55 180 0 270 1g 1a 0 360 1g 180

OLYMPIC & PAN AM QUALIFIERS Coach / entraîneur Barrie Clarke 1979 CANADA OLY OLY & PAN AM Q 1979-04-01 Devonshire Parish, BER CAN L 0:3 BER National Stadium, att. 5,500 Referee / arbitre : Marco Antonio Dorantes. CANADA : 1 GK Enzo DiPede, 2 Carlo Alberti, 3 Jim McLoughlin, 4 Mike McLenaghen, 6 Ivan Belfiore (9 David McCaig HT), 14 Gerry Gray, 15 Oscar Albuquerque, 11 Mike Sweeney, 7 Bob McAvan, 8 Gerry Morielli (17 Lajos Nagy 71’), 18 Branko Segota. BER 6’ Andre Amory (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Simmons) BER 12’ Ralph Bean (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Amory) BER 85’ Ralph Bean (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-3 1979 CANADA OLY PAN AM Q 1979-04-05 Hamilton, BER CAN D 0:0 USA National Stadium, att. 5,500 Referee / arbitre : Marco Antonio Dorantes. CANADA : 1 GK Enzo DiPede, 2 Carlo Alberti, 4 Mike McLenaghen, 12 Randy Ragan, 11 Mike Sweeney, 14 Gerry Gray, 15 Oscar Albuquerque, 7 Bob McAvan (10 Graham Hatley HT, 8 Gerry Morielli 83’), 20 Peter Zachary, 18 Branko Segota, 17 Lajos Nagy. 1979 CANADA OLY PAN AM Q 1979-04-08 Hamilton, BER CAN W 3:2 MEX National Stadium, att. 9,000 Referee / arbitre : Tomas Herrera. CANADA : 1 GK Enzo DiPede (22 GK Steve Gallop 52’), 2 Carlo Alberti, 4 Mike McLenaghen, 3 Jim McLoughlin, 11 Mike Sweeney, 8 Gerry Morielli (7 Bob McAvan HT), 14 Gerry Gray, 15 Oscar Albuquerque, 9 David McCaig, 18 Branko Segota, 20 Peter Zachary.

1979 CANADA OLY OLY Q 1979-05-27 Ottawa, ON, CAN CAN L 2:5 BER Frank Clair Stadium, att. 5,000 Referee / arbitre : G. d’Ippolito. CANADA : GK Marcus Klein, David MacKenzie, Mike McLenaghen, Randy Ragan, Mike Sweeney, Oscar Albuquerque, David McCaig, Bob McAvan (Neil McEachern HT), Gerry Gray, Lajos Nagy, Ross Ongaro (Mike Burke 55’). BER 39’ Ralph Bean 0-1 BER 52’ Wendell Trott 0-2 BER 58’ George Brangman 0-3 CAN OLY 72’ Mike Burke 1-3 (a. Gray) BER 77’ Marshall Atwood 1-4 CAN OLY 81’ Mike Sweeney 2-4 BER 85’ Ralph Bean 2-5 1980-04-02 : from 16 Concacaf nations, Costa Rica and Cuba qualified for the Moscow 1980 Olympic Football Tournament ; parmi 16 nations de la Concacaf, Costa Rica et Cuba se sont qualifiés pour le Tournoi olympique de football.

1980 CANADA MNT 1980 CAN MNT Chursky, Tony Lettieri, Tino Turner, Chris

MP MS MIN GA CS FIFA WCQ 2 2 180 2 1 2.WCQ 6 6 540 3 3 Début & 1.WCQ 0 0 0 1.WCQ

1980 CAN MNT MP MS Bolitho, Bob 6 6 Contanas, John 0 0 D, Agostino, Paul 0 0 Ercoli, Pat 1 1 Gant, Brian 0 0 Gemeri, Tibor 1 1 Gray, Gerry 8 8 Iarusci, Robert 8 7 Koutsoukos, Tasso 0 0 Lenarduzzi, Bob 8 8 Lenarduzzi, Sam 1 1 Marcantonio, Carmine 1 0 McGrane, John 6 6 McLenaghen, Mike 5 2 McLeod, Wes 8 7 Miller, Bruce 6 4 Mitchell, Dale 6 6 Moen, Garnet 0 0 Parsons, Buzz 2 1 Ragan, Randy 5 4 Roe, Peter 0 0 Segota, Branko 2 2 Stojanovic, Mike 8 7 Strenicer, Jeno 4 4 Sweeney, Mike 7 4 Wallace, Gordon 3 1

MIN G A 361 1a 0 0 45 0 45 720 1g 2a 675 1g 0 720 2g 45 67 540 292 637 xx 2g 527 3g 0 xx 357 0 180 1g 1a 675 2g 1a 293 434 101

FIFA WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ Début Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 2.WCQ 4.WCQ 2.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 2.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 1.WCQ

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1979 CAN OLY Alberti, Carlo Albuquerque, C. Barnetson, Alex Belfiore, Ivan Burke, Mike Gray, Gerry Hatley, Graham Hood, Danny MacKenzie, David McAvan, Bob McCaig, David McEachern, Neil McLenaghen, Mike McLoughlin, Jim Morielli, Gerry Nagy, Lajos Ongaro, Ross Ragan, Rany Robinson, Brian Segota, Branko Shearer, Carl Sweeney, Mike Zachary, Peter

Canada did not qualify for the Pan American Games / le Canada n’a pas qualifié pour les jeux panaméricains, San Juan 1979.

CANADA MNT

OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ OQ

FUTSAL - PARA

MP MS MIN GA CS 3 3 232 4 1 1 0 38 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 90 5 0

MEX 29’ Carlos Bracamontes 0-1 CAN OLY 40’ Gerry Gray (head / tête) 1-1 (a. McCaig) MEX 57’ Francisco Gonzales 1-2 CAN OLY 58’ Gerry Gray 2-2 (a. Segota) CAN OLY 85’ Branko Segota 3-2 (a. Gray) GROUP / GROUPE : BER 5 points; USA 3; CAN 3; MEX 1.

CANADA WNT

1979 CAN OLY Di Pede, Enzo Gallop, Steve Higgs, Brad Klein, Marcus

HALL of FAME

1979 CANADA OLY


1980 INTERNATIONALS

SPAIN 1982 QUALIFIERS

Coach / entraîneur Barrie Clarke

1982 FIFA World Cup Spain Qualifiers Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Coach / entraîneur Barrie Clarke

1980 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1980-09-15 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN W 4:0 NZL Empire Stadium, att. 6,867 Referee / arbitre : Werner Winsemann. CANADA : GK Tony Chursky, 10 Bob Bolitho, Randy Ragan début, Sam Lenarduzzi (Robert Iarusci HT), 5 Bob Lenarduzzi, Gerry Gray début, 8 Jeno Strenicer, Wes McLeod, 21 Dale Mitchell début, 7 Mike Stojanović début, Bruce Miller (Buzz Parsons). CAN 2’ Bob Lenarduzzi (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Bolitho) CAN 58’ Dale Mitchell (right / droit) 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 70’ Dale Mitchell (head / tête) 3-0 (a. Gray) CAN 89’ Mike Stojanović (right / droit) 4-0 1980 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1980-09-17 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN W 3:0 NZL Commonwealth Stadium, att. 1,751 Referee / arbitre : Dante Maglio. CANADA : GK Tino Lettieri début, Bob Bolitho (Mike McLenaghen HT), Randy Ragan, Robert Iarusci capt., Mike Sweeney début, Gerry Gray, Gordon Wallace (Wes McLeod HT), Bob Lenarduzzi, Pat Ercoli début (Mike Stojanović HT), Buzz Parsons, Bruce Miller. CAN 37’ Bob Lenarduzzi 1-0 (interception) CAN 51’ Bruce Miller 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 57’ Bruce Miller 3-0 (a. Stojanović) 1980-09-21 Canada 1:3 Irish League All-Stars St. John’s, NL, CAN - King George V Park, att. 3,000 Canada goal / but par Gerry Gray 1980-09-24 Canada 2:1 Irish League All-Stars Toronto, ON, CAN - Varsity Stadium, att. 3,689 Canada goals / buts par Mike Stojanović (x2) 1980-10-05 Canada 2:1 Sporting Cristal (Peru) Vancouver, BC, CAN - Empire Stadium, att. 10,351 Canada goals / buts par Mike Stojanovic, Branko Segota 1980-10-08 Canada 1:1 Sporting Cristal (Peru) Calgary, AB, CAN - McMahon Stadium Canada goal / but par Branko Segota 1980-10-12 Canada 0:0 Sporting Cristal (Peru) Toronto, ON, CAN - Exhibition Stadium 1980 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1980-11-09 Tegucigalpa, HON CAN L 0:2 HON Referee / arbitre : R. Paz Escoto. CANADA : GK Tony Chursky, Robert Iarusci capt., Bob Bolitho (Gordon Wallace 55’), John McGrane, Mike Sweeney, Gerry Gray, Bob Lenarduzzi, Wes McLeod (Mike McLenaghen 65’), Dale Mitchell, Mike Stojanović, Bruce Miller. HON René Suazo HON Javier Francisco Toledo 1980 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1980-11-11 Ciudad Guatemala, GUA CAN W 1:0 GUA Referee / arbitre : J. Urena. CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, Bob Lenarduzzi, Randy Ragan (Gordon Wallace 59’, Bruce Miller 80’), John McGrane, Mike Sweeney, Mike McLenaghen, Gerry Gray, Robert Iarusci capt., Wes McLeod, Mike Stojanović, Dale Mitchell. CAN 25’ Dale Mitchell 1-0

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1980 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1980-10-18 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN D 1:1 MEX CBC ; Exhibition Stadium, att. 6,371 Referee / arbitre : Jesus Paulino Siles (Alfaro, Barrantes). CANADA : 23 GK Tino Lettieri, 15 Bob Bolitho (4 Mike McLenaghen 36’, 16 Mike Sweeney 78’), 2 Robert Iarusci capt., 17 John McGrane, 5 Bob Lenarduzzi, 10 Wes McLeod, 8 Jeno Strenicer, 14 Gerry Gray, 9 Dale Mitchell, 7 Mike Stojanović, 19 Branko Segota. CAN 43’ Mike Stojanović (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Segota) MEX 89’ Juan Antonio Luna (right / droit) 1-1 1980 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1980-10-25 Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA CAN D 0:0 USA CBC ; Lockhart Stadium, att. 7,864 Referee / arbitre : Tomas Herrera (Reyes, Rogel, Buslinger). CANADA : 23 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Robert Iarusci capt., 3 Tibor Gemeri début (16 Mike Sweeney HT), 17 John McGrane, 5 Bob Lenarduzzi, 14 Gerry Gray, 8 Jeno Strenicer, 12 Randy Ragan, 10 Wes McLeod, 9 Dale Mitchell, 7 Mike Stojanović. 1980 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1980-11-01 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN W 2:1 USA CBC ; Empire Stadium, att. 13,598 Referee / arbitre : Romulo Mendez (Ardon, Miron). CANADA : 23 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Robert Iarusci capt., 15 Bob Bolitho (16 Mike Sweeney HT), 17 John McGrane, 5 Bob Lenarduzzi, 14 Gerry Gray, 8 Jeno Strenicer (18 Carmine Marcantonio 23’), 10 Wes McLeod, 19 Branko Segota, 7 Mike Stojanović, 20 Bruce Miller. CAN 21’ Robert Iarusci (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Gray FK) CAN 42’ Branko Segota (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-0 USA 87’ Greg Villa (head / tête) 2-1 (a. Davis CK) 1980 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1980-11-16 México, DF, MEX CAN D 1:1 MEX Estadio Azteca, att. 90,000 Referee / arbitre : Cecilio Midence Torres (Ortiz, Paz). CANADA : GK Tino Lettieri, Robert Iarusci capt., Bob Bolitho, John McGrane, Mike Sweeney (Randy Ragan 62’), Mike McLenaghen, 14 Gerry Gray, 5 Bob Lenarduzzi, 10 Wes McLeod (red / rouge), Mike Stojanović, Dale Mitchell (Bruce Miller 77’). MEX 30’ Hugo Sánchez (PK left foot / pied gauche) 0-1 Red card / carton rouge 77’ Wes McLeod CAN 87’ Gerry Gray (FK left foot / pied gauche) 1-1 1980-11-23 - GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 5 points; MEX 4; USA 3.

1981 CANADA MNT 1981 CAN MNT Chursky, Tony Lettieri, Tino Turner, Chris

MP MS MIN GA CS 2 0 90 2 0 7 7 540 6 3 0 0

1981 CAN MNT Bolitho, Bob Bridge, Ian Ciaccia, Frank Gant, Brian Gray, Gerry

MP MS 3 1 4 3 3 2 5 4 7 7

MIN G A 155 315 2g 170 355 540 1a

FIFA WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ FIFA WCQ 2.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ


2.WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 2.WCQ

1981 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Barrie Clarke 1981-10-04 Canada 1:1 New York Cosmos Exhibition - Calgary, AB, CAN, McMahon Stadium, att. 3,500 Canada goal / but par Dale Mitchell 1981-10-07 Canada 4:0 New York Cosmos Exhibition - Vancouver, BC, CAN, Empire Stadium, att. 10,688 Canada goals / buts par Sweetzer (x2), Stojanovic, Segota 1981 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1981-10-12 San Fernando, TRI CAN W 4:2 TRI Skinner Park, att. 3,000 Referee / arbitre : T, Dyer. CANADA : 23 GK Tino Lettieri (1 GK Tony Chursky HT), 2 Robert Iarusci, 15 Bob Bolitho, 17 John McGrane (6 Ian Bridge HT début), 3 Bruce Wilson, 14 Gerry Gray (18 Frank Ciaccia HT début), 8 Brian Gant, 16 Mike Sweeney (10 Wes McLeod HT), 9 Dale Mitchell, 7 Mike Stojanović, 19 Branko Segota (21 Darren Poole 65’ début). CAN 14’ Dale Mitchell 1-0 CAN 25’ Branko Segota 2-0 CAN 43’ Mike Stojanović 3-0 TRI 59’ Bertram Neptune 3-1 CAN 63’ Dale Mitchell 4-1 TRI 90’+2 Nevick de Noon (PK) 4-2 1981 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1981-10-14 Pointe-à-Pitre, GLP CAN W 2:1 GLP Stade Pierre-Antonius CANADA : 23 GK Tino Lettieri (1 GK Tony Chursky HT), 2 Robert Iarusci, 3 Bruce Wilson, 5 Bob Lenarduzzi, 7 Mike Stojanovic, 11 Gordon Sweetzer début, 14 Gerry Gray, 16 Mike Sweeney, 17 John McGrane (12 Terry Moore HT début), 18 Frank Ciaccia (10 Wes McLeod HT), 19 Branko Segota. CAN 32’ Bob Lenarduzzi 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) GLP 76’ Willy (FK) 1-1 CAN 88’ Branko Segota 2-1 1981-10-17 Canada 0:1 Curaçao Fedeprof Selects 1981-10-12 Canada 2:1 Bermuda Selects Canada goals / buts par Gerry Gray, Branko Segota

SPAIN 1982 QUALIFIERS 1982 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Spain Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA

Coach / entraîneur Barrie Clarke 1981 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1981-11-02 Tegucigalpa, HON CAN W 1:0 SLV Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino, att. 31,570 Referee / arbitre : Cesar Pagano (Dorantes, Moses). CANADA : 23 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Robert Iarusci capt., 5 Bob Lenarduzzi, 17 John McGrane, 3 Bruce Wilson, 14 Gerry Gray, 8 Brian Gant, 16 Mike Sweeney, 9 Dale Mitchell (11 Gordon Sweetzer 48’), 7 Mike Stojanović début, 19 Branko Segota. CAN 89’ Mike Stojanović (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Sweetzer) 1981 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1981-11-06 Tegucigalpa, HON CAN D 1:1 HAI Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino, att. 33,237 Referee / arbitre : Marco Antonio Dorantes (Downer, Socha). CANADA : 23 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Robert Iarusci capt., 5 Bob Lenarduzzi (15 Bob Bolitho HT), 17 John McGrane, 3 Bruce Wilson, 14 Gerry Gray, 8 Brian Gant, 16 Mike Sweeney, 11 Gordon Sweetzer (9 Dale Mitchell 75’), 7 Mike Stojanović, 19 Branko Segota. HAI 34’ Gerald Romulus (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Jean-Baptiste CK) CAN 50’ Mike Stojanović 1-1 (a. Sweetzer) 1981 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1981-11-12 Tegucigalpa, HON CAN L 1:2 HON Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino, att. 39,071 Referee / arbitre : Romulo Mendez (Biljhout, Montane). CANADA : 23 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Robert Iarusci capt., 5 Bob Lenarduzzi, 6 Ian Bridge, 3 Bruce Wilson, 14 Gerry Gray (9 Dale Mitchell HT), 10 Wes McLeod, 18 Frank Ciacci (4 Mike McLenaghen 80’), 16 Mike Sweeney, 7 Mike Stojanović, 19 Branko Segota. HON 12’ Carlos Caballero (right / droit) 0-1 (interception) CAN 19’ Ian Bridge (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Iarusci) HON 40’ Jose Roberto Figueroa (right / droit) 1-2 1981 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1981-11-15 Tegucigalpa, HON CAN D 1:1 MEX Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino, att. 40,167 Referee / arbitre : David Socha (Albanai, Mendez). CANADA : 23 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Robert Iarusci capt., 5 Bob Lenarduzzi, 6 Ian Bridge, 3 Bruce Wilson, 14 Gerry Gray, 8 Brian Gant (16 Mike Sweeney 53’), 4 Mike McLenaghen, 10 Wes McLeod, 7 Mike Stojanović (11 Gordon Sweetzer 85’), 19 Branko Segota. MEX 29’ Ricardo Castro 0-1 CAN 57’ Ian Bridge (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Gray) 1981 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1981-11-21 Tegucigalpa, HON CAN D 2:2 CUB Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino, att. 16,458 Referee / arbitre : Cesar Pagano (Biljhout, Montana). CANADA : 23 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Robert Iarusci capt., 5 Bob Lenarduzzi, 6 Ian Bridge, 3 Bruce Wilson, 10 Wes McLeod, 14 Gerry Gray, 16 Mike Sweeney (8 Brian Gant 58’), 9 Dale Mitchell (15 Bob Bolitho 70’), 7 Mike Stojanović, 19 Branko Segota. CUB 11’ Jorge Rodriguez 0-1 CAN 48’ Wes McLeod 1-1 (a. Segota) CUB 79’ Ramon Núñez 1-2 CAN 84’ Robert Iarusci 2-2 Canada officially eliminated / le Canada est officiellement éliminé El Salvador qualified / le Salvador se qualifie pour l’Espagne 1982 GROUP / GROUPE : HON 8; SLV 6; MEX 5; CAN 5; CUB 4; HAI 2. 1981-11-22 : from 15 Concacaf nations, Honduras and El Salvador qualified for the FIFA World Cup Spain 1982 ; parmi 15 nations de la Concacaf, Honduras et Salvador se sont qualifiés pour la Coupe du Monde, Espagne 1982.

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CANADA SOCCER

2.WCQ 2.WCQ

CANADA MNT

630 1g 1a 495 1g 0 0 270 100 360 1g 0 287 2g 45 25 605 2g 1a 625 3g 500 193 2a 630

FUTSAL - PARA

7 6 0 0 4 1 3 0 3 0 0 7 7 6 2 7

CANADA WNT

7 6 0 0 4 2 5 0 5 1 1 7 7 7 4 7

HALL of FAME

Iarusci, Robert Lenarduzzi, Bob Lenarduzzi, Sam Marcantonio, Carmine McGrane, John McLenaghen, Mike McLeod, Wes Miller, Bruce Mitchell, Dale Moore, Terry Poole, Darren Segota, Branko Stojanovic, Mike Sweeney, Mike Sweetzer, Gordon Wilson, Bruce


1983 CANADA MNT 1983 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Habermann, Sven 2 1 xx 3 0 Lettieri, Tino 2 2 180 5 0 Turner, Chris 3 3 xx 8 0

CAN MNT Début

1983 CAN MNT Bridge, Ian Connor, John Falzon, Charlie Felix, Terry Garraway, Ken Gray, Gerry Iarusci, Robert Ion, Greg James, Paul Lee, Paul Lenarduzzi, Bob Lowther, Shaun Martin, Craig McCallum, Trevor McNally, Ed Miller, Colin Mitchell, Dale Moore, Terry Norman, Dave Odinga, Norm Pakos, George Ragan, Randy Roe, Peter Samuel, Randy Sweeney, Mike Vrablic, Igor Wilson, Bruce

CAN MNT

MP MS 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 3 2 1 1 3 3 2 2 4 3 1 1 3 2 2 2 3 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 3 3 4 4 3 3 1 1 3 3 1 0 4 4

MIN G 315 290 270 138 265 242 180 180 xx 33 270 180 327 90 205 180 270 90 90 0 270 1g xx 250 90 270 3 360

Début

Début Début Début Début Début Début Début Début Début Début Début Début Début Début

1983 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Tony Waiters 1983 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1983-06-12 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN L 0:2 SCO Empire Stadium, att. 14,942 Referee / arbitre : Phil Clarke (Meachin, Allen). CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, 3 Robert Iarusci, 5 Bob Lenarduzzi, 6 Ian Bridge, 2 Bruce Wilson, 14 Gerry Gray, 4 Randy Ragan, 7 Peter Roe (12 Terry Felix 70’ début), 8 Mike Sweeney, 11 Ed McNally début (10 John Connor 70’ début), 9 Dale Mitchell. SCO 36’ Gordon Strachan (PK) 0-1 SCO 77’ Mark McGee 0-2 1983 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1983-06-16 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN L 0:3 SCO Commonwealth Stadium, att. 10,240 Referee / arbitre : Ben Fusco (Clarke, Pokorski). CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, 3 Robert Iarusci, 5 Bob Lenarduzzi, 6 Ian Bridge, 2 Bruce Wilson, 11 Gerry Gray (13 Terry Felix 62’), 4 Randy Ragan, 7 Peter Roe, 8 Mike Sweeney, 10 Ed McNally, 9 Dale Mitchell; (?? sub Igor Vrablic 87’ début). SCO 20’ Charlie Nicholas (right / droit) 0-1 SCO 50’ Richard Gough 0-2 SCO 88’ Graeme Souness 0-3 (a. Sturrock) 1983 CANADA MNT 1983-06-19 Toronto, ON, CAN Varsity Stadium, att. 15,500

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INTERNATIONAL CAN L 0:2 SCO

Referee / arbitre : Tony Evangelista (Arrowsmith, Summersby). CANADA : 1 GK Chris Turner début, 3 Paul Lee (8 Craig Martin 33’ début), 5 Ian Bridge (12 Ed McNally HT), 6 Terry Moore, 2 Bruce Wilson, 14 Gerry Gray, 7 Peter Roe, 11 John Connor, 4 Colin Miller début, 10 Terry Felix, 9 Dale Mitchell. SCO 17’ Andy Gray 0-1 (a. Gough) SCO 35’ Andy Gray (head / tête) 0-2 (a. Souness FK) 1983 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1983-12-06 Irapuato, GT, MEX CAN L 0:5 MEX Estadio Revolucion, att. 13,000 CANADA : GK Chris Turner, Shaun Lowther début, Craig Martin, Trevor McCallum début, John Connor, Paul James début, Randy Ragan, Greg Ion début, Charlie Falzon début, Ken Garraway début, George Pakos début. MEX 8’ Luis Flores 0-1 MEX 15’ Luis Flores 0-2 MEX 30’ Roberto Alderete 0-3 MEX 51’ Raúl González 0-4 MEX 72’ Raúl Arias 0-5 Red card / carton rouge 85’ Ken Garraway 1983-12-08 Canada 2:0 Belize Belmopán, BLZ Canada goals / buts par : George Pakos, Charlie Falzon Belize were not yet a member of Concacaf or FIFA / le Belize n’était pas encore membre de la Concacaf ou de la FIFA 1983 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1983-12-11 San Pedro Sula, HON CAN L 1:3 HON Estadio Francisco Morazán Referee / arbitre : German Palma (Chavez, Tabora). CANADA : GK Sven Habermann début, Shaun Lowther, Craig Martin, Randy Samuel début, John Connor, Colin Miller, Randy Ragan (Paul James), Greg Ion, Charlie Falzon, Ken Garraway, George Pakos. HON 31’ Hino Mathews 0-1 (a. Mendoza) HON 54’ Hino Mathews 0-2 (a. Chavarria) HON 81’ Tony Laing 0-3 CAN 88’ George Pakos 1-3 1983 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1983-12-14 Tegucigalpa, HON CAN L 0:1 HON att. 20,000 CANADA : GK Chris Turner (GK Sven Habermann), Bob Lenarduzzi, Craig Martin, Ian Bridge, Bruce Wilson, Dave Norman début, Paul James, Mike Sweeney, Charlie Falzon, Ken Garraway, George Pakos. HON 36’ Enrique Mendoza 0-1

1983 CANADA OLY 1983 CANADA OLY MP MS MIN GA CS Ferguson, Don 4 4 360 5 1 Habermann, Sven 0 0 0 Harrington, Pat 0 0 0 Judd, Bob 0 0 0 Turner, Chris 3 3 270 2 2

OQ, PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ PAQ OQ OQ

1983 CANADA OLY MP MS MIN G A Bridge, Ian 3 3 270 Cleugh, Robbie 3 0 xx Commisso, Cosimo 0 0 0 Connor, John 4 4 xx 1g Cruikshank, Pat 0 0 0 De Luca, Pasquale 0 0 0

OQ, PAQ OQ OQ & PAQ PAQ OQ & PAQ PAQ


Craig Martin, 2 Alan Spink, 10 George Pakos (14 Robbie Cleugh), 4 Paul Lee, 11 John Connor, 7 Norm Odinga, 8 Igor Vrablic, 9 Ed McNally. USA 8’ David Lischner (head / tête) 0-1 CAN OLY 15’ Igor Vrablic 1-1

OQ OQ & PAQ OQ OQ & PAQ OQ OQ & PAQ

1983 CANADA OLY PAN AM 1983-07-10 Hamilton, ON, CAN CAN L 2:3 USA McMaster Stadium, att. 2,000 Referee / arbitre : Rex Osborne. CANADA : 1 GK Don Ferguson, 15 Jamie Lowery, 6 Dan Sudeyko, 5 Craig Martin, 2 Alan Spink, 10 George Pakos, 4 Paul Lee, 11 John Connor (sub), 12 Ken Garraway (sub), 8 Igor Vrablic, 9 Ed McNally; (subs 14 Robbie Cleugh, 7 Norm Odinga). USA 12’ Mike Fox 0-1 CAN OLY 48’ Dan Sudeyko (head / tête) 1-1 USA 51’ Mike Fox 1-2 USA 62’ John Hooker 1-3 CAN OLY 87’ Norm Odinga 2-3 Canada did not qualify for the Pan American Games / le Canada n’a pas qualifié pour les jeux panaméricains, Caracas 1983.

OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ OQ OQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ OQ& PAQ OQ

CONCACAF OLYMPIC QUALIFYING Concacaf Olympic Qualifying Coach / entraîneur Bob Bearpark 1983 CANADA OLY CONCACAF 1983-05-08 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN W 6:0 BER Swangard Stadium, att. 1,600 Referee / arbitre : Angelo Bratsis (Bellion, Constantine). CANADA : 1 GK Don Ferguson, 2 Alan Spink, 1 Craig Martin, 6 Dan Sudeyko, 3 Dave McQueen, 7 Norm Odinga, 8 George Pakos, 4 Paul Lee, 11 John Connor, 9 Terry Felix (15 Ed McNally 70’), 10 Igor Vrablic. CAN OLY 22’ Terry Felix 1-0 CAN OLY 36’ Dan Sudeyko 2-0 CAN OLY 1H George Pakos 3-0 (a. Lee) CAN OLY 50’ Terry Felix 4-0 CAN OLY 70’ John Connor 5-0 CAN OLY 80’ Ed McNally 6-0 1983 CANADA OLY CONCACAF 1983-05-15 Hamilton, BER CAN D 1:1 BER att. 1,500 Referee / arbitre : E. Barantas. CANADA : GK Don Ferguson, Alan Spink, Craig Martin, Dan Sudeyko, Dave McQueen, Norm Odinga (Robbie Cleugh), George Pakos, Paul Lee, John Connor, Terry Felix (Ed McNally 60’), Igor Vrablic. BER 41’ Kevin Dill 0-1 (a. Bascome) CAN OLY 55’ George Pakos (head / tête) 1-1 (a. McQueen)

PAN AMERICAN QUALIFIERS Coach / entraîneur Bob Bearpark 1983 CANADA OLY PAN AM 1983-07-06 East Rutherford, NJ, USA CAN D 1:1 USA Giants Stadium, att. 5,500 Referee / arbitre : S. Urrea. CANADA : 1 GK Don Ferguson, 15 Jamie Lowery, 6 Dan Sudeyko, 5

CONCACAF OLYMPIC QUALIFYING Concacaf Olympic Qualifying Coach / entraîneur Tony Waiters 1983 CANADA OLY CONCACAF 1983-10-23 Victoria, BC, CAN CAN W 1:0 MEX Royal Athletic Park, att. 6,790 Referee / arbitre : Robert Evans (Bellion, Krollfeider, Meachin). CANADA : GK 1 Chris Turner, 2 Shaun Lowther, 6 Craig Martin, 5 Ian Bridge, 3 Bruce Wilson capt., 7 Dave Norman, 8 Randy Ragan, 4 Gerry Gray, 11 Mike Sweeney, 10 Igor Vrablic (12 Mark Karpun), 9 Dale Mitchell. CAN OLY 15’ Craig Martin 1-0 (a. Gray FK) 1983 CANADA OLY CONCACAF 1983-11-06 Toluca, ME, MEX CAN L 1:2 MEX Estadio Nemesio Diez, att. 12,000 Referee / arbitre : David Socha (Bratsis, Constantine). CANADA : GK Chris Turner, Shaun Lowther, Ian Bridge, Craig Martin (Colin Miller 78’), Bruce Wilson capt., Dave Norman, Gerry Gray, Randy Ragan, Mike Sweeney, Dale Mitchell, Ken Garraway (Igor Vrablic 67’). CAN OLY 22’ Ken Garraway 1-0 (a. Lowther) MEX 66’ Antonio Osornio 1-1 MEX 89’ Joel Ruiz 1-2 (a. Moreno) 1983 CANADA OLY CONCACAF 1983-12-20 Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA CAN W 1:0 MEX Lockhart Stadium, att. 1,200 Referee / arbitre : Romulo Mendez (Socha, Bratsis). CANADA : GK Chris Turner, Bob Lenarduzzi, Craig Martin, Ian Bridge, Bruce Wilson capt., Dave Norman, Gerry Gray, Randy Ragan, Mike Sweeney, Dale Mitchell, Ken Garraway. CAN OLY 71’ Gerry Gray (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Norman) Canada eliminated Mexico / le Canada élimine le Mexique

1984 CANADA OLY 1984 CAN OLY Habermann, Sven Lettieri, Tino Turner, Chris

MP MS MIN GA CS 0 0 0 7 7 660 4 3 3 3 270 2 2

CAN OLY 1.OLY 2.OLY 1.OLY

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CANADA SOCCER

OQ OQ & PAQ OQ PAQ

CANADA MNT

130 2g xx 1g 270 1g 1a 0 0 0 30 360 1a 90 180 180 1a 618 1g 0 230 1g 180 12 270 270 1a xx 1g xx 2g 270 360 360 2g 270 443 1g 270

FUTSAL - PARA

2 3 3 0 0 0 0 4 1 2 2 7 0 2 2 0 3 3 3 4 3 4 4 3 5 3

CANADA WNT

2 3 3 0 0 0 1 4 1 2 2 7 0 4 2 1 3 3 4 4 3 4 4 3 6 3

HALL of FAME

Felix, Terry Garraway, Ken Gray, Gerry Houston, Dave Ion, Greg James, Paul Karpun, Mark Lee, Paul Lenarduzzi, Bob Lowery, Jamie Lowther, Shanu Martin, Craig McCallum, Trevor McNally, Ed McQueen, Dave Miller, Colin Mitchell, Dale Norman, Dave Odinga, Norm Pakos, George Ragan, Randy Spink, Alan Sudeyko, Dan Sweeney, Mike Vrablic, Igor Wilson, Bruce


1984 CAN OLY Bridge, Ian Catliff, John De Luca, Pasquale Garraway, Ken Gray, Gerry James, Paul Lenarduzzi, Bob Lowther, Shaun Martin, Craig Miller, Bruce Mitchell, Dale Moore, Terry Norman, Dave Ragan, Randy Segota, Branko Sweeney, Mike Vrablic, Igor Wilson, Bruce

MP MS 7 7 1 0 0 0 5 2 6 6 5 5 7 7 0 0 1 0 1 1 5 4 7 7 3 1 7 7 2 2 7 7 7 7 6 6

MIN G A 655 29 0 289 570 2g 437 660 0 5 90 440 3g 660 133 660 130 1a 660 2g 612 1g 570

CAN OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY 1.OLY

Coach / entraîneur Bob Bearpark Place : 4th / 4e CANADA : Paul Dolan, Don Ferguson; Iain Baird, Jeff Cambridge, John Catliff, Cosimo Commisso, John Connor, John Evans, Paul Lee, Jamie Lowery, Ralph Mazzucco, Ed McNally, Norm Odinga, George Pakos, Randy Samuel, Dan Sudeyko, Andy Takats. 1984-06-23 Canada Olympic “B” 3:1 Nigeria Great Wall Championship - Guangzhou, CHN Canada goals / buts par : John Catliff (x2), Paul Lee 1984-06-25 Canada Olympic “B” 2:0 République du Congo Great Wall Championship - Beijing, CHN Canada goals / buts par : George Pakos, John Catliff 1984-06-27 Canada Olympic “B” 1:5 China PR Great Wall Championship - Beijing, CHN Canada goal / but par : Dan Sudeyko 1984-06-30 Canada Olympic “B” 2:5 Poland U-21 Great Wall Championship - Tianjin, CHN Canada goals / buts par : John Catliff (x2)

CONCACAF OLYMPIC QUALIFYING

1984 OLYMPIC GAMES

Concacaf Olympic Qualifying Coach / entraîneur Tony Waiters

Los Angeles 1984 Men’s Olympic Football Tournament Tournoi Olympique de Football Masculin, Los Angeles 1984 Coach / entraîneur Tony Waiters (Coach 6 August / entraîneur le 6 août Bob Bearpark)

1984 CANADA OLY FINAL ROUND / RONDE FINALE 1984-04-01 San José, CRC CAN D 0:0 CRC Estadio Nacional, att. 12,790 Referee / arbitre : Marco Antonio Dorantes (Ramirez, Leanza). Suspended / suspendu : Gerry Gray. CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Bob Lenarduzzi, 5 Ian Bridge, 6 Terry Moore, 3 Mike Sweeney, 7 Dave Norman, 4 Randy Ragan, 8 Paul James, 10 Igor Vrablic, 9 Ken Garraway, 11 Bruce Miller. 1984 CANADA OLY FINAL ROUND / RONDE FINALE 1984-04-14 Victoria, BC, CAN CAN W 3:0 CUB Royal Athletic Park, att. 2,741 Ref. / arbitre : Gutsav Constantine (Evans, Krollefeifer, Meachin). CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Bob Lenarduzzi, 6 Ian Bridge (14 Craig Martin 85’), 5 Terry Moore, 3 Bruce Wilson, 7 Igor Vrablic, 4 Randy Ragan, 8 Gerry Gray, 11 Mike Sweeney, 9 Ken Garraway, 10 Branko Segota. CAN OLY 17’ Mike Sweeney 1-0 (a. Segota) CAN OLY 62’ Gerry Gray 2-0 CAN OLY 80’ Mike Sweeney 3-0 1984 CANADA OLY FINAL ROUND / RONDE FINALE 1984-04-18 Victoria, BC, CAN CAN D 0:0 CRC Royal Athletic Park, att. 2,473 Referee / arbitre : Angelo Bratsis (Krollefeifer, Bellion, Allen). CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Bob Lenarduzzi, 6 Ian Bridge, 5 Terry Moore, 3 Bruce Wilson, 7 Igor Vrablic, 4 Randy Ragan, 8 Gerry Gray, 11 Mike Sweeney, 10 Branko Segota (17 Dale Mitchell 40’), 9 Ken Garraway. Qualified for Los Angeles / le Canada se qualifie pour Los Angeles 1984 GROUP / GROUPE : CRC 5 points; CAN 4; CUB 1. 1984-04-18 : from 15 Concacaf nations, Costa Rica and Canada qualified for the Los Angeles 1984 Olympic Football Tournament ; parmi 15 nations de la Concacaf, Costa Rica et Canada se sont qualifiés pour le Tournoi olympique de football.

1984 CANADA OLYMPIC “B” 1984 Great Wall Championship / Championnat de la Grande Muraille

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1984 CANADA OLY GROUP / GROUPE B 1984-07-30 Cambridge, MA, USA CAN D 1:1 IRQ Harvard Stadium, att. 16,730 Referee / arbitre : Jesus Diaz Palacio (Kalombo, Roth, Socha). CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Bob Lenarduzzi, 4 Terry Moore, 3 Bruce Wilson, 15 Paul James (7 Dave Norman 67’), 8 Gerry Gray, 6 Randy Ragan, 11 Mike Sweeney, 12 Igor Vrablic (9 Ken Garraway 80’), 10 Dale Mitchell, 5 Ian Bridge. CAN OLY 70’ Gerry Gray 1-0 IRQ 83’ Saeed Al Abid Hussain 1-1 1984 CANADA OLY GROUP / GROUPE B 1984-08-01 Annapolis, MD, USA CAN L 0:1 YUG Navy-Marine Corps, att. 20,000 Referee / arbitre : Mohamed Hossam El Din (Filho, Sano, Keizer). CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Bob Lenarduzzi, 5 Ian Bridge, 4 Terry Moore, 3 Bruce Wilson, 15 Paul James (7 Dave Norman 70’), 6 Randy Ragan, 8 Gerry Gray, 11 Mike Sweeney, 12 Igor Vrablic (16 John Catliff 61’), 10 Dale Mitchell. YUG 76’ Jovica Nikolic 0-1 (rebound / rebonde) 1984 CANADA OLY GROUP / GROUPE B 1984-08-03 Cambridge, MA, USA CAN W 3:1 CMR Harvard Stadium, att. 27,621 Referee / arbitre : Enzo Barbaresco (Socha, Ramcharan, Kalombo). CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Bob Lenarduzzi, 5 Ian Bridge, 4 Terry Moore, 3 Bruce Wilson, 15 Paul James, 6 Randy Ragan, 11 Mike Sweeney, 8 Gerry Gray, 10 Dale Mitchell, 12 Igor Vrablic. CAN OLY 43’ Dale Mitchell (PK) 1-0 CAN OLY 72’ Igor Vrablic 2-0 Red card / carton rouge 73’ CMR Theophile Abega Y2R CMR 76’ Louis Mfede 2-1 CAN OLY 82’ Dale Mitchell 3-1 Red card / carton rouge Tony Waiters (coach / entraîneur) GROUP / GROUPE : YUG 6 points; CAN 3; CMR 2; IRQ 1. 1984 CANADA OLY (120 min) 1984-08-06 Palo Alto, CA, USA CBC ; Stanford Stadium, att. 36,150

QUARTER / QUART CAN D 1:1 BRA


CAN MNT Début

MP MS 3 2 3 3 2 2 1 0 8 8 3 2 6 6 1 1 8 6 3 3 3 3 2 1 4 4 1 1 3 3 2 2 2 2 6 6 2 0 7 7 3 2 1 0 1 1 2 2 7 6 7 7

MIN G A 225 270 1g 180 xx xx 225 xx 1a 90 xx 1g 270 225 xx xx 90 270 1g 156 xx 516 60 630 xx xx 90 180 xx 630

Début Début Début

Début

Début

1984 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Tony Waiters 1984 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1984-03-28 Port-au-Prince, HAI CAN W 1:0 HAI Stade Sylvio Cator, att. 19,000 CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Bob Lenarduzzi, 5 Ian Bridge, 6 Terry Moore (14 Craig Martin), 3 Mike Sweeney, 7 Dave Norman, 4 Randy Ragan, 8 Pasquale De Luca début (12 Paul James), 9 Ken Garraway (15 Branko Segota), 10 Igor Vrablic, 11 Bruce Miller. CAN 4’ Ian Bridge 1-0 (a. Garraway) 1984 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1984-05-26 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 0:2 ITA CBC ; Varsity Stadium, att. 18,000 Referee / arbitre : Urich Nyffenegter (Mercier, Winter). CANADA : 1 GK Chris Turner (22 GK Sven Habermann HT), 2 Bob Lenarduzzi, 5 Ian Bridge, 4 Terry Moore, 3 Bruce Wilson capt.,

1984 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1984-10-21 Tunis, TUN CAN L 0:2 TUN Abdellaziz Chtioui Stadium, att. 18,000 Referee / arbitre : A. Ghotani. CANADA : GK Sven Habermann, Shaun Lowther (Iain Baird HT), Trevor McCallum (Randy Samuel), Colin Miller, Bruce Wilson, Dave Norman, Randy Ragan, Paul James, Pasquale DeLuca (Charlie Falzon HT début), Ken Garraway, Igor Vrablic (David Phillips HT début). TUN 1H Chehat 0-1 TUN 2H Ben Doulet 0-2 1984 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1984-10-24 Rabat, MAR CAN L 2:3 MAR Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium, att. 15,000 Referee / arbitre : A. Naciri. CANADA : Sven Habermann, Iain Baird, Colin Miller, Randy Samuel, Bruce Wilson, Dave Norman, Randy Ragan, Paul James, Pasquale DeLuca, Ken Garraway, Igor Vrablic. MAR 21’ Samba 0-1 MAR 22’ Mustafa El Haddaoui 0-2 CAN 59’ Paul James 1-2 MAR 60’ Mustafa El Haddaoui 1-3 CAN 89’ Colin Miller (FK) 2-3 1984 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1984-10-30 Nicosia, CYP CAN D 0:0 CYP Nicosia Stadium, att. 6,000 Referee / arbitre : C. Kapsos. CANADA : GK Paul Dolan début, Iain Baird, Trevor McCallum, Randy Samuel, 11 Bruce Wilson capt., Dave Norman, Paul James, Jeff Cambridge début, Pasquale DeLuca, Ken Garraway, Charlie Falzon. 1984 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1984-11-02 Cairo, EGY CAN L 0:1 EGY National Stadium, att. 3,000 CANADA : GK Paul Dolan (GK Sven Habermann HT), Shaun Lowther, Trevor McCallum, Peter Sloly début, Bruce Wilson, Paul James, Jeff Cambridge, Randy Ragan, Pasquale DeLuca, Igor Vrablic (David Phillips 75’), Charlie Falzon. EGY Abdul Al Alal 0-1

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1984 CAN MNT Baird, Iain Bridge, Ian Cambridge, Jeff Catliff, John DeLuca, Pasquale Falzon, Charlie Garraway, Ken Gray, Gerry James, Paul Lenarduzzi, Bob Lowther, Shaun Martin, Craig McCallum, Trevor Miller, Bruce Miller, Colin Mitchell, Dale Moore, Terry Norman, Dave Phillips, David Ragan, Randy Samuel, Randy Segota, Branko Sloly, Peter Sweeney, Mike Vrablic, Igor Wilson, Bruce

1984 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1984-10-16 Algiers, ALG CAN L 0:1 ALG Olympic Stadium, att. 3,000 CANADA : GK Sven Habermann, Shaun Lowther, Trevor McCallum, Colin Miller, Bruce Wilson, Dave Norman, Randy Ragan, Paul James, Pasquale DeLuca, Ken Garraway, Igor Vrablic. ALG 81’ Mourad Belhadj 0-1

CANADA MNT

CAN MNT Début

FUTSAL - PARA

1984 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Dolan, Paul 2 2 135 1 1 Habermann, Sven 5 3 360 7 1 Lettieri, Tino 2 2 180 0 2 Turner, Chris 1 1 45 1 0

1984 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1984-07-25 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN D 0:0 CHI Clarke Stadium, att. 6,137 Referee / arbitre : John Meachin (Pokorski, Douglas). CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Bob Lenarduzzi, 5 Ian Bridge, 13 Craig Martin, 3 Bruce Wilson, 6 Randy Ragan, 15 Paul James, 8 Gerry Gray, 14 Pasquale DeLuca, 10 Dale Mitchell, 12 Igor Vrablic (16 John Catliff début). Chile wins on kicks / le Chili gagne aux tirs

CANADA WNT

1984 CANADA MNT

7 Dave Norman (15 Paul James 66’), 6 Randy Ragan, 11 Mike Sweeney, 17 Pasquale De Luca, 12 Ken Garraway, 9 Dale Mitchell (10 Igor Vrablic 66’). ITA 31’ Alessandro Altobelli (right / droit) 0-1 (rebound / rebonde) ITA 85’ Sergio Battistini (right / droit) 0-2 (a. ..)

HALL of FAME

Referee / arbitre : Jesus Paulino Siles (Arminio, Socha). Suspended coach / entraîneur suspendu : Tony Waiters. CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Bob Lenarduzzi, 5 Ian Bridge, 4 Terry Moore, 3 Bruce Wilson, 15 Paul James, 8 Gerry Gray, 6 Randy Ragan, 11 Mike Sweeney, 12 Igor Vrablic (9 Ken Garraway 111’), 10 Dale Mitchell. CAN OLY 58’ Dale Mitchell 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) BRA 72’ Gilmar Popoca (right / droit) 1-1 Brazil wins 4-2 on kicks / le Brésil gagne 4-2 aux tirs


1985 CANADA MNT 1985 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Dolan, Paul 12 12 900 10 7 Habermann, Sven 4 0 180 3 1 Harrington, Pat Lettieri, Tino 5 5 450 2 3

FIFA WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ

1985 CAN MNT Baird, Iain Bridge, Ian Cambridge, Jeff Catliff, John Chueden, Chris DeLuca, Pasquale Ferguson, Drew Garraway, Ken Gray, Gerry Ion, Greg James, Paul Karpun, Mark Lenarduzzi, Bob Lowery, Jamie Lowther, Shaun McCallum, Trevor McLeod, Wes McNaught, Doug Mitchell, Dale Moore, Terry Norman, Dave Pakos, George Ragan, Randy Samuel, Randy Segota, Branko Sweeney, Mike Valentine, Carl Vrablic, Igor Wilson, Bruce

FIFA WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ

MP MS MIN G A 1 0 xx 7 7 585 2a 4 1 xx 3 2 xx 1g 0 0 0 11 7 xx 1g 1a 6 5 xx 12 9 xx 0 0 0 1 1 90 13 13 xx 1g 0 0 0 11 11 975 2a 0 0 0 9 7 xx 8 8 675 2 2 180 3 1 xx 1a 5 5 450 5g 5 5 450 14 14 xx 1g 1a 13 10 1007 3g 11 10 945 2a 15 12 1101 1 1 60 6 6 508 1g 1a 1 1 89 15 15 1264 7g 2a 17 17 xx 1a

2.WCQ

1.WCQ 1.WCQ Début 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 3.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ Début 2.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 3.WCQ

1985 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Tony Waiters 1985-03-08 Canada 2:1 St. Vincent & the Grenadines Canada goals / buts par : Igor Vrablic, Jeff Cambridge St. Vincent & the Grenadines were not yet members of Concacaf or FIFA / Saint-Vincent-et-les Grenadines n’était pas encore membre de la Concacaf ou de la FIFA 1985 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1985-03-10 Port of Spain, TRI CAN W 2:1 TRI National Stadium Referee / arbitre : Richard Ramcharan (Sirjuesangh, Beckles). CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan (22 GK Sven Habermann HT), 2 Shaun Lowther, 5 Randy Samuel (red / rouge), 6 Trevor McCallum, 3 Bruce Wilson capt., 7 Dave Norman (15 Pasquale De Luca), 8 George Pakos, 11 Drew Ferguson début (14 Doug McNaught début), 4 Paul James (12 Jeff Cambridge), Igor Vrablic, 9 Ken Garraway. CAN 38’ Igor Vrablic 1-0 CAN 70’ Pasquale DeLuca 2-0 (a. McNaught) TRI 2H Adrian Fonrose 2-1 Red card / carton rouge Randy Samuel 1985 CANADA MNT 1985-03-13 Montego Bay, JAM Jarrett Park, att. 8,000

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Referee / arbitre : W.D. Taylor (Samms, Campbell). CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan (22 GK Sven Habermann HT), 2 Shaun Lowther, 5 Randy Samuel, 6 Trevor McCallum, 3 Bruce Wilson capt., 14 Doug McNaught (12 Jeff Cambridge 52’), 11 Drew Ferguson (8 George Pakos HT), 4 Paul James, 15 Pasquale DeLuca, 10 Igor Vrablic, 9 Ken Garraway. JAM 1H’ Hugh Bailey (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Cargill) CAN 46’ Igor Vrablic (left / gauche) 1-1 1985 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1985-03-17 Kingston, JAM CAN D 0:0 JAM Independance Park Referee / arbitre : Winston Campbell (Taylor, Samms). CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan (Sven Habermann HT), 2 Shaun Lowther (Jeff Cambridge), 5 Randy Samuel, 6 Trevor McCallum, 3 Bruce Wilson capt., 7 Dave Norman (Doug McNaught), 8 George Pakos, 4 Paul James, 15 Pasquale DeLuca, 10 Igor Vrablic, 9 Ken Garraway. 1985 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1985-03-21 San José, CRC CAN L 0:1 CRC Estadio Nacional, att. 4,974 Referee / arbitre : Eduardo Barrantes (Alvarez, Vargas). CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, 2 Shaun Lowther (red / rouge), 5 Randy Samuel, 6 Trevor McCallum, 3 Bruce Wilson capt., 11 Drew Ferguson, 8 George Pakos, 4 Paul James, 15 Pasquale DeLuca, 10 Igor Vrablic, 9 Ken Garraway. CRC Edwin Salazar 0-1 Red card / carton rouge Shaun Lowther Y2R 1985 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1985-03-24 San José, CRC CAN D 0:0 CRC att. 15,000 Referee / arbitre : Carlos Luis Alfaro (Hernandez, Ulloa). CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, 2 Shaun Lowther, 5 Randy Samuel, 6 Trevor McCallum, 3 Bruce Wilson, 4 Paul James, 11 Drew Ferguson, 12 Jeff Cambridge, 15 Pasquale DeLuca, 8 George Pakos, 10 Igor Vrablic. 1985 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1985-04-02 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN W 2:0 USA BC Place Stadium, att. 9,150 Referee / arbitre : Robert Allen (Meachin, Drummit). CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Shaun Lowther, 5 Trevor McCallum, 6 Randy Samuel, 3 Bruce Wilson capt., 8 Dave Norman (4 Randy Ragan HT), 14 George Pakos, 16 Branko Segota (12 Drew Ferguson 60’), 11 Pasquale DeLuca, 9 Ken Garraway, 10 Igor Vrablic. CAN 68’ Igor Vrablic 1-0 (a. Wilson) CAN 80’ Igor Vrablic 2-0 (a. De Luca) 1985 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1985-04-04 Portland, OR, USA CAN D 1:1 USA Civic Stadium, att. 4,181 Referee / arbitre : Dick Barnes. CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan (22 GK Sven Habermann HT), 2 Paul James, 5 Bob Lenarduzzi (14 Shaun Lowther 75’), 6 Trevor McCallum (12 Randy Samuel HT), 3 Bruce Wilson, 7 Dave Norman, 4 Randy Ragan, 8 Drew Ferguson, 11 Pasquale DeLuca, 9 Ken Garraway (13 George Pakos 36’), 10 Igor Vrablic. CAN 43’ George Pakos 1-0 (interception) USA 85’ Hugo Pérez (PK) 1-1

MEXICO 1986 QUALIFIERS 1986 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Mexico Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Coach / entraîneur Tony Waiters Canada won their preliminary series after Jamaica withdrew / le Canada gagne son série préliminaire après le forfait de la Jamaïque.


1985 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 1985-05-08 Port-au-Prince, HAI CAN W 2:0 HAI Stade Sylvio Cator, att. 7,000 Referee / arbitre : Rex Osborne. CANADA : GK Paul Dolan, Bob Lenarduzzi, Ian Bridge, Randy Samuel, Bruce Wilson, Paul James, Randy Ragan, Pasquale DeLuca (Shaun Lowther 82’), Dave Norman, Dale Mitchell, Igor Vrablic. CAN 14’ Dale Mitchell 1-0 (a. Vrablic) CAN 56’ Igor Vrablic 2-0 (a. Norman) 1985-05-15 - GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 7 points; GUA 5; HAI 0.

1985 INTERNATIONALS 1985 President’s Cup / Coupe du Président (June / juin 1985) coach / entraîneur Bruce Wilson 1985 CANADA MNT PRESIDENT’S CUP 1985-06-02 Seoul, KOR CAN W 2:1 GHA att. 5,000 CANADA : GK Paul Dolan, Bob Lenarduzzi, Terry Moore, Randy Samuel, Bruce Wilson, Dave Norman, Randy Ragan, Mike Sweeney, Wes McLeod, Dale Mitchell, Ken Garraway. CAN 9’ Dale Mitchell (PK) 1-0 CAN 37’ Dave Norman 2-0 GHA 2H Abedi Ayew Pelé 2-1 Eight-match unbeaten streak / huit matchs sans défaite 1985-06-04 Canada 0:0 Central Español (Uruguay) President’s Cup - Seoul, KOR 1985 CANADA MNT 1985-06-09 Kwangju, KOR

PRESIDENT’S CUP CAN L 1:6 IRQ

1986 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Mexico Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Coach / entraîneur Tony Waiters 1985 CANADA MNT FINAL GROUP / GROUPE FINALE 1985-08-17 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN D 1:1 CRC Varsity Stadium, att. 13,486 Referee / arbitre : Enrique Mendoza (Leanza, Britzio, Evangelista). CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Bob Lenarduzzi, 6 Terry Moore, 5 Ian Bridge, 3 Bruce Wilson, 12 Paul James, 4 Randy Ragan, 11 Mike Sweeney, 7 Dave Norman, 9 John Catliff (13 Ken Garraway HT), 10 Igor Vrablic. CRC 12’ Johnny Williams (right / droit) 0-1 CAN 59’ Paul James (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Vrablic) Red card / carton rouge 89’ Ken Garraway Red card / carton rouge 89’ CRC Rodolfo Mills 1985 CANADA MNT FINAL GROUP / GROUPE 1985-08-25 Tegucigalpa, HON CAN W 1:0 HON CBC ; Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino, att. 37,000 Referee / arbitre : Charles Marshall. Suspended / suspendu : Ken Garraway. CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, Bob Lenarduzzi, Terry Moore, Ian Bridge, Bruce Wilson capt., Paul James, Randy Ragan, Mike Sweeney, Dave Norman, John Catliff INJ (George Pakos HT), Igor Vrablic (Randy Samuel 52’). CAN 60’ George Pakos (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Ragan) 1985 CANADA MNT FINAL GROUP / GROUPE FINALE 1985-09-01 San José, CRC CAN D 0:0 CRC Estadio Nacional, att. 23,398 Referee / arbitre : Jose Carlos Ortiz (Herrera, Rogel). CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, Bob Lenarduzzi, Terry Moore, Ian Bridge, Bruce Wilson, Paul James (Pasquale De Luca HT), Randy Ragan, Mike Sweeney (red / rouge), Dave Norman, George Pakos, Igor Vrablic (Randy Samuel 62’). Red card / carton rouge 58’ Mike Sweeney 1985 CANADA MNT FINAL GROUP / GROUPE FINALE 1985-09-14 St. John’s, NL, CAN CAN W 2:1 HON CBC ; King George V Park, att. 7,500 Referee / arbitre : Romulo Mendez. Suspended / suspendu : Terry Moore, Mike Sweeney. CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Bob Lenarduzzi, 5 Ian Bridge (9 Ken Garraway HT), 6 Randy Samuel, 3 Bruce Wilson capt., 12 Paul James, 4 Randy Ragan, 13 George Pakos, 7 Dave Norman, 11 Carl Valentine (16 Pasquale De Luca 89’), 10 Igor Vrablic. CAN 16’ George Pakos (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Bridge)

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FUTSAL - PARA

1985 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 1985-05-05 Ciudad Guatemala, GUA CAN D 1:1 GUA Estadio Mateo Flores, att. 30,000 Referee / arbitre : Luis Siles. CANADA : GK Paul Dolan, Bob Lenarduzzi, Ian Bridge, Randy Samuel, Bruce Wilson, Paul James, Randy Ragan, George Pakos INJ (Pasquale De Luca 53’), Dave Norman, Dale Mitchell, Igor Vrablic. CAN 38’ Dale Mitchell 1-0 (a. Lenarduzzi) GUA 42’ Byron Pérez 1-1

1985-06-10 Canada 0-1 Korea Republic Olympic President’s Cup - Taegu, KOR 1985-06-15 Canada 2:1 Huracán (Argentina) President’s Cup - Seoul, KOR Canada goals / buts par Mark Karpun (x2)

CANADA WNT

1985 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 1985-04-20 Victoria, BC, CAN CAN W 2:1 GUA Royal Athletic Park, att. 5,202 Referee / arbitre : Edgardo Mendez (Mendoza, Urrerea, Meachin). CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, 15 Bob Lenarduzzi, 16 Ian Bridge, 5 Randy Samuel, 3 Bruce Wilson, 12 Paul James, 4 Randy Ragan, 8 George Pakos, 7 Dave Norman, 14 Dale Mitchell, 10 Igor Vrablic (9 Ken Garraway 70’). CAN 22’ Dale Mitchell (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. GK Dolan) CAN 43’ Dale Mitchell (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Bridge) Penalty save 59’ / arrête par GK Paul Dolan GUA 66’ Julio Gómez 2-1

att. 15,000 CANADA : GK Paul Dolan, Bob Lenarduzzi, Terry Moore, Trevor McCallum, Bruce Wilson (Iain Baird), Dave Norman, Greg Ion, Mike Sweeney, Wes McLeod, Ken Garraway (John Catliff), Dale Mitchell. CAN John Catliff IRQ Karim Saddam IRQ Karim Saddam IRQ Karim Allawi IRQ Karim Allawi IRQ Natiq Hashim IRQ Natiq Hashim

HALL of FAME

1985 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 1985-04-13 Victoria, BC, CAN CAN W 2:0 HAI Royal Athletic Park, att. 2,886 Referee / arbitre : Angelo Bratsis (Constantine, Evans, Allen). CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, Bob Lenarduzzi, 2 Shaun Lowther, 5 Randy Samuel, 3 Bruce Wilson capt., 7 Dave Norman, 8 George Pakos, 4 Randy Ragan, 11 Mike Sweeney, 10 Igor Vrablic, 9 Ken Garraway. CAN 29’ Igor Vrablic (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Sweeney) CAN 41’ Mike Sweeney (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Ragan)


HON 49’ Porfirio Betancourt 1-1 (a. Caballero) CAN 61’ Igor Vrablic (right / droit) 2-1 (a. Lenarduzzi) Qualified for Mexico / le Canada se qualifie pour le Mexique 1986 GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 6 points; HON 3; CRC 3. From 18 Concacaf nations, champion Canada and host Mexico qualified for the FIFA World Cup Mexico 1986 ; parmi 18 nations de la Concacaf, le Canada (champion) et le Mexique (hôte) se sont qualifiés pour la Coupe du Monde, Mexique 1986.

1986 CANADA MNT 1986 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Dolan, Paul 11 11 990 14 4 Habermann, Sven 1 1 90 0 1 Lettieri, Tino 2 2 180 4 0 Ferguson, Don 1 1 90 0 1 1986 CAN MNT MP MS Baird, Iain 4 2 Bridge, Ian 5 5 Bunbury, Alex 5 5 Chueden, Christopher 5 4 Cubellis, Pat 4 0 Deardon, Barry 3 3 DeLuca, Pasquale 0 0 Garraway, Ken 1 1 Gray, Gerry 6 6 Hooper, Lyndon 5 5 Hughes, John 2 1 Ianiero, Lucio 5 1 Ion, Greg 2 2 James, Paul 14 14 Karpun, Mark 1 0 Kern, Greg 6 6 Lenarduzzi, Bob 6 6 Lowery, Jamie 10 8 Marinaro, Hector 2 2 McCallum, Trevor 3 2 Miller, Colin 2 2 Mitchell, Dale 6 5 Mobilio, Domenic 3 1 Moore, Terry 3 3 Nesin, Steve 3 2 Norman, Dave 9 8 Pakos, George 7 4 Ragan, Randy 11 11 Samuel, Randy 9 8 Segota, Branko 4 0 Sweeney, Mike 9 8 Valentine, Carl 5 5 Vrablic, Igor 11 11 Wilson, Bruce 9 9

MIN G A 240 405 440 1g xx xx xx 0 90 508 1g 450 xx xx 165 xx 25 540 495 767 150 xx 180 xx xx 270 225 xx xx 1g 990 765 92 683 426 xx 2g 761

FWC 1.FWC 1.FWC 1.FWC Début 09-06 FWC 1.FWC Début 08-24 Début 08-24 Début 08-24 Début 1.FWC 1.FWC Début 08-24 Début 08-27 Début 08-24 1.FWC 1.FWC Début Début 1.FWC Début & 1.FWC Début 09-04 1.FWC 1.FWC Début 1.FWC Début 1.FWC 1.FWC 1.FWC 1.FWC 1.FWC 1.FWC 1.FWC 1.FWC 1.FWC

1986 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Tony Waiters 1986 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1986-01-29 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN D 0:0 PAR BC Place Stadium, att. 18,003 Referee / arbitre : Robert Allen (Meachin, Docherty, Chabada). CANADA : GK Paul Dolan, Bob Lenarduzzi (Iain Baird HT), Terry Moore, Ian Bridge, Bruce Wilson, Paul James, George Pakos, Jamie Lowery début, Dave Norman (Steve Nesin HT début), Barry Deardon début (Trevor McCallum), Dale Mitchell (Domenic Mobilio HT début).

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1986 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1986-02-02 Miami, FL, USA CAN L 1:3 URU Orange Bowl, att. 15,054 Referee / arbitre : Angelo Bratsis. 50th / 50e match international “A” : Bruce Wilson. CANADA : GK Paul Dolan, Iain Baird, Randy Samuel, Trevor McCallum, Bruce Wilson, Paul James, George Pakos, Jamie Lowery, Steve Nesin, Barry Deardon, Domenic Mobilio. URU 28’ Carlos Aguilar 0-1 (a. Silvera) CAN 45’+2 George Pakos (PK) 1-1 URU 2H Santiago Ostolza 1-2 (a. Zalazar) URU 61’ Jose Zalazar 1-3 1986 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1986-02-05 Miami, FL, USA CAN D 0:0 USA Orange Bowl, att. 5,182 Referee / arbitre : Marco Antonio Dorantes. CANADA : GK Sven Habermann, Greg Kern début, Randy Samuel, Trevor McCallum, Bruce Wilson capt., Paul James, George Pakos, Randy Ragan, Steve Nesin, Ken Garraway, Barry Deardon (Domenic Mobilio). 1986 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1986-04-27 México, DF, MEX CAN L 0:3 MEX Estadio Azul, att. 16,000 Referee / arbitre : Enrique Mendoza. CANADA : GK Paul Dolan, Colin Miller, Randy Samuel, Randy Ragan, Paul James, George Pakos (Mark Karpun 65’ début), Jamie Lowery, Gerry Gray, Greg Ion (Iain Baird 75’), Dale Mitchell, 10 Igor Vrablic. MEX 43’ Javier Aguirre 0-1 MEX 85’ Luis Flores 0-2 (a. Cruz) MEX 88’ Manuel Negrete 0-3 1986 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1986-05-10 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 2:0 WAL CBC ; Varsity Stadium, att. 13,142 Referee / arbitre : David Brumitt (Arrowsmith, Summersby, Dubsky). CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, 2 Colin Miller, 5 Randy Ragan, 6 Randy Samuel, 3 Bruce Wilson capt., 7 Greg Ion, 4 Jamie Lowery, 8 Gerry Gray, 11 Paul James, 14 Dale Mitchell (13 George Pakos), 10 Igor Vrablic CAN 35’ Igor Vrablic 1-0 (a. Ion) CAN 45’ Gerry Gray 2-0 1986 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1986-05-19 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN L 0:3 WAL BC Place Stadium, att. 9,000 Referee / arbitre : Derek Douglas (Allen, Chabada, Rogers). CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, 2 Bob Lenarduzzi, 6 Ian Bridge (16 Randy Samuel HT), 5 Terry Moore, 3 Bruce Wilson capt., 8 Gerry Gray, 6 Randy Ragan, 7 Carl Valentine, 10 Igor Vrablic (13 George Pakos 70’), 10 Dale Mitchell (20 Branko Segota 70’), 11 Mike Sweeney (12 Dave Norman HT). WAL 11’ Dean Saunders 0-1 WAL 49’ Dean Saunders 0-2 (a. James) WAL 81’ Malcolm Allen 0-3 1986 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1986-05-24 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN L 0:1 ENG CBC ; Swangard Stadium, att. 8,150 Referee / arbitre : John Meachin (Allen, Sawtell, Chabada). CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, Bob Lenarduzzi, 12 Terry Moore, 6 Randy Samuel, 3 Bruce Wilson capt., Paul James, 4 Randy Ragan, 11 Mike Sweeney, Carl Valentine (Dale Mitchell), 10 Igor Vrablic, Gerry Gray (Jamie Lowery 79’). ENG 59’ Mark Hateley (right / droit) 0-1


1986 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE C 1986-06-06 Irapuato, GT, MEX CAN L 0:2 HUN CBC ; Estadio Revolucion, att. 13,800 Referee / arbitre : Jamal Al Sharif (Petrovic, Bambridge). CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Bob Lenarduzzi, 6 Ian Bridge, 12 Randy Samuel, 3 Bruce Wilson capt. (11 Mike Sweeney 41’), 15 Paul James (9 Branko Segota 53’), 4 Randy Ragan, 8 Gerry Gray, 17 Dave Norman, 7 Carl Valentine, 10 Igor Vrablic. HUN 2’ Marton Esterhazy (right / droit) 0-1 HUN 75’ Lajos Detari (right / droit) 0-2 (rebound / rebonde) Red card / carton rouge 85’ Mike Sweeney Y2R 1986 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE C 1986-06-09 Irapuato, GT, MEX CAN L 0:2 URS CBC ; Estadio Revolucion, att. 14,200 Referee / arbitre : Idrissa Traore (Al Shanar, Gonzalez). Suspended / suspendu : Mike Sweeney. CANADA : 1 GK Tino Lettieri, 2 Bob Lenarduzzi, 6 Ian Bridge, 12 Randy Samuel, 3 Bruce Wilson capt., 15 Paul James (9 Branko Segota 58’), 4 Randy Ragan, 8 Gerry Gray (13 George Pakos 69’), 17 Dave Norman, 7 Carl Valentine, 14 Dale Mitchell. URS 58’ Oleg Blokhin (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Belanov) URS 74’ Aleksandr Zavarov (left / gauche) 0-2 (a. Litovchenko) GROUP / GROUPE : URS 5 points; FRA 5; HUN 2; CAN 0.

1986 CANADA MNT MERLION SEMI / DEMI 1986-09-04 Kallang, SIN CAN L 0:2 PRK Stadium Nasional Singapura CANADA : GK Paul Dolan, Paul James, Jamie Lowery, Greg Kern, Hector Marinaro début (Christopher Chueden 60’), Lucio Ianiero, Lyndon Hooper, Dave Norman, Mike Sweeney, Igor Vrablic, Alex Bunbury (Pat Cubellis 80’). PRK 56’ Yun Jong-Su 0-1 PRK 78’ Kim Jong-Man 0-2 1986 CANADA MNT MERLION CUP 3rd/3e 1986-09-06 Kallang, SIN CAN W 1:0 SIN Stadium Nasional Singapura CANADA : GK Don Ferguson début, Iain Baird, Greg Kern, Hector Marinaro, John Hughes, Christopher Chueden (Lucio Ianiero), Paul James, Lyndon Hooper, Mike Sweeney, Igor Vrablic (Pat Cubellis), Alex Bunbury CAN 73’ Alex Bunbury 1-0

1986 CANADA OLY Coach / entraîneur Bob Bearpark

1986 INTERNATIONALS

1986-03-22 Canada Olympic 2-1 Italy Amateur Terni, ITA Canada goals / buts par Jamie Lowery, Billy Domazetis Place : 3rd / 3e

1986 CANADA MNT MERLION CUP 1986-08-24 Kallang, SIN CAN W 1:0 SIN Stadium Nasional Singapura, att. 13,000 CANADA : GK Paul Dolan, Paul James, Greg Kern, Jamie Lowery, Mike Sweeney, Christopher Chueden début (Lucio Ianiero début), Randy Ragan, Lyndon Hooper début, Dave Norman, 9 Alex Bunbury début, Igor Vrablic (Pat Cubellis début). CAN 5’ Igor Vrablic (PK) 1-0 1986-08-25 Canada 5:0 Malaysia “B” Merlion Cup, Kallang, SIN - Stadium Nasional Singapura Canada goals / buts par Lyndon Hooper, Igor Vrablic (x), Lucio Ianiero, Pat Cubellis. 1986 CANADA MNT MERLION CUP 1986-08-27 Kallang, SIN CAN D 0:0 PRK Stadium Nasional Singapura, att. 2,628 CANADA : GK Paul Dolan, Paul James, Greg Kern, Jamie Lowery, Mike Sweeney, Christopher Chueden (Lucio Ianiero), Randy Ragan, Lyndon Hooper, Dave Norman, Igor Vrablic (John Hughes début), Alex Bunbury

CANADA WNT

5th Merlion Cup Football Tournament 5e Tournoi de football de la Coupe Merlion Coach / entraîneur Bob Bearpark

CANADA SOCCER

1986 CANADA MNT MERLION CUP 1986-08-31 Kallang, SIN CAN L 0:1 CHN Stadium Nasional Singapura, att. 4,000 Referee / arbitre : M. Singah. CANADA : GK Paul Dolan, Paul James, Jamie Lowery, Greg Kern, Mike Sweeney, Christopher Chueden, Randy Ragan, Lyndon Hooper, Dave Norman (Lucio Ianiero, Pat Cubellis), Igor Vrablic, Alex Bunbury. CHN 30’ Ma Lin 0-1 GROUP / GROUPE : CHN 9 points; PRK 8; CAN 7; SIN 4; PS Bina Taruna 1; Malaysia B 1.

CANADA MNT

1986 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE C 1986-06-01 León, GT, MEX CAN L 0:1 FRA CBC ; Estadio León, att. 65,500 Referee / arbitre : Herman Silva Arce (Mendez, Ulloa). CANADA : 22 GK Paul Dolan, 2 Bob Lenarduzzi, 6 Ian Bridge, 12 Randy Samuel, 3 Bruce Wilson capt., 15 Paul James (9 Branko Segota 81’), 4 Randy Ragan, 11 Mike Sweeney (18 Jamie Lowery 54’), 17 Dave Norman, 7 Carl Valentine, 10 Igor Vrablic. FRA 79’ Jean-Pierre Papin (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Stopyra)

1986-08-30 Canada 4:0 PS Bina Taruna Jakarta Merlion Cup, Kallang, SIN - Stadium Nasional Singapura Canada goals / buts par Igor Vrablic, Christopher Chueden, Alex Bunbury, Lucio Ianiero.

FUTSAL - PARA

1986 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Mexico Coupe du Monde de la FIFA, Mexique 1986 Coach / entraîneur Tony Waiters

1986-03-25 Canada Olympic 1-1 Italy Amateur Gorizia, ITA Canada goal / but par Billy Domazetis 1986-03-28 Canada Olympic 1-0 San Marino Canada goal / but par James Grimes 1986-04-01 Canada Olympic 0-1 Switzerland Lucerne, SUI

1987 CANADA OLY 1987 CAN OLY Dolan, Paul Ferguson, Don Habermann, Sven Rosenfeld, Bryan

MP MS MIN GA CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 360 3 3 0 0 0

OQ & PAQ

1987 CAN OLY Baird, Iain

MP MS MIN G A 2 2 135

OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ

OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ

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HALL of FAME

1986 FIFA WORLD CUP MEXICO


Bunbury, Alex Catliff, John De Santis, Nick DiPasquale, John Domazetis, Billy Hooper, Lyndon Hughes, John Ianiero, Lucio James, Paul Kern, Greg Limniatis, John Lowery, Jamie McCallum, Trevor Miller, Colin Mitchell, Dale Moore, Terry Nocita, Tony Odinga, Norm Pakos, George Ragan, Randy Sudeyko, Dan

3 4 0 0 3 1 4 4 4 4 0 2 0 1 2 2 2 3 2 4 1

2 4 0 0 0 0 4 4 4 4 0 2 0 1 2 2 1 2 1 4 1

187 xx 2a 0 0 xx 1g xx 360 360 1g xx 360 0 180 0 90 156 1g 1a 180 115 225 1g 89 360 1a 90

OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ PAQ PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ OQ & PAQ OQ OQ OQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ OQ & PAQ PAQ

PAN AMERICAN QUALIFYING Coach / entraîneur Bob Bearpark 1987 CANADA OLY QUAL. 1987-04-18 Hamilton, BER CAN W 1:0 BER PHC National Stadium, att. 1,200 Referee / arbitre : Antonio Mendoza. CANADA : GK Sven Habermann, Iain Baird, 5 Greg Kern, 6 Jamie Lowery, John Hughes, Paul James, Randy Ragan, George Pakos (Tony Nocita 65’), Lucio Ianiero, Alex Bunbury, 10 John Catliff (Billy Domazetis 70’). CAN OLY 80’ Billy Domazetis 1-0 (a. Ragan) 1987 CANADA OLY QUAL. 1987-04-25 Hamilton, ON, CAN CAN W 1:0 BER Ivor Wynne Stadium, att. 1,500 Referee / arbitre : Alfred P. Kleinatis (Arrowsmith, Evangelista). CANADA : 1 GK Sven Habermann, 2 Iain Baird (17 Norm Odinga HT), 5 Greg Kern, 6 Dan Sudeyko, 3 John Hughes, 7 Paul James, 8 Randy Ragan, 4 Tony Nocita, 11 Lucio Ianiero, 10 John Catliff (14 Billy Domazetis HT), 9 Alex Bunbury. CAN OLY 3’ Lucio Ianiero 1-0 (a. Catliff) Canada’s U-19 team participated at the Pan American Games / le Canada U-19 a participé aux jeux panaméricains en 1987

CONCACAF OLYMPIC QUALIFYING Concacaf Olympic Qualifying Coach / entraîneur Bob Bearpark 1987 CANADA OLY CONCACAF 1987-05-23 Saint John, NB, CAN CAN W 2:0 USA Canada Games Stadium, att. 7,025 Referee / arbitre : Tony Clift (Curtis, Marshall, Worrell). CANADA : 1 GK Sven Habermann, 2 Paul James, 6 Greg Kern, 5 Terry Moore, 3 John Hughes, 11 Lucio Ianiero, 4 Randy Ragan, 8 Jamie Lowery, 7 Norm Odinga, 9 Dale Mitchell (13 George Pakos 66’), 10 John Catliff (14 Alex Bunbury 83’). CAN OLY 6’ Dale Mitchell (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Catliff) CAN OLY 51’ Norm Odinga (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Mitchell) 1987 CANADA OLY 1987-05-30 St. Louis, MO, USA

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CONCACAF CAN L 0:3 USA

CBC Sports ; St. Louis Soccer Park, att. 5,253 Referee / arbitre : Arturo Brizio. CANADA : 1 GK Sven Habermann, 2 Colin Miller, 6 Greg Kern, 5 Terry Moore, 3 John Hughes, 7 Norm Odinga, 4 Randy Ragan, 8 Paul James (12 Lyndon Hooper 68’), 11 Lucio Ianiero, 9 Dale Mitchell, 10 John Catliff (15 Billy Domazetis 78’). USA 32’ Paul Krumpe (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Borja) USA 54’ Paul Krumpe (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Bliss) USA 73’ Jim Gabarra (right / droit) 0-3 (a. Eichmann) 1988-02-14 : from 15 Concacaf nations, USA and Guatemala qualified for the Seoul 1988 Olympic Football Tournament ; parmi 15 nations de la Concacaf, les États Unis et Guatemala se sont qualifiés pour le Tournoi olympique de football.

1987 CANADA MNT 1987 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Ferguson, Don 2 2 180 6 0 Rosenfeld, Bryan 1 1 90 1 0

CAN MNT

1987 CAN MNT Bunbury, Alex Cambridge, Jeff Catliff, John Easton, Jim Hooper, Lyndon Hughes, R, John Ianiero, Lucio Izatt, Keith James, Paul Kern, Greg Limniatis, John Lowery, Jamie McNally, Ed Nocita, Tony Panhuyzen, Tom Segota, Branko

CAN MNT

MP MS 3 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 3 3 2 2 3 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 2

MIN G A xx 1g 180 xx 1g xx 270 180 xx xx 180 xx 270 180 xx xx 90 xx

Début

Début

Début Début Début Début

1987 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Bob Bearpark 1987 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1987-09-30 San Salvador, SLV CAN L 1:2 SLV Estadio Cuscatlán, att. 25,000 CANADA : GK Don Ferguson, Paul James, Greg Kern, John Limniatis début, John Hughes, Jamie Lowery, Lyndon Hooper, Jim Easton début, Ed McNally (Lucio Ianiero), Branko Segota (Alex Bunbury), John Catliff. SLV ?? 0-1 SLV 84’ (PK) 0-2 CAN 85’ Alex Bunbury 1-2 1987 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1987-10-02 Tegucigalpa, HON CAN D 1:1 HON Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino, att. 30,000 CANADA : GK Bryan Rosenfeld, Jamie Lowery capt., John Limniatis, Keith Izatt début, Tom Panhuyzen début, Jeff Cambridge, Lyndon Hooper, Tony Nocita début, Alex Bunbury, John Catliff (Branko Segota), Lucio Ianiero. CAN John Catliff 1-0 HON ?? 1-1


1988 CAN MNT MP MS MIN G A Berdusco, Eddy 0 0 0 Bridge, Ian 7 7 649 2g Bunbury, Alex 7 4 461 Catliff, John 11 11 xx 5g Celebrini, Rick 0 0 0 Commisso, Cosimo 5 3 332 1a Concina, Enzo 1 1 90 1g De Santis, Nick 6 4 436 DiFlorio, Gino 1 1 70 Domazetis, Billy 0 0 0 Easton, Jim 1 1 90 Falzon, Charlie 2 2 153 Fitzgerald, John 12 7 xx 3a Gilbert, Nick 1 1 75 Gray, Gerry 8 6 640 1a Grimes, James 4 3 xx 1g Groe, Carmine 0 0 0 Hooper, Lyndon 12 12 1110 1g Ianiero, Lucio 5 2 xx Ion, Greg 1 1 45 James, Paul 3 2 135 Jansen, Steve 8 8 720 Kaiser, Burk 0 0 0 Kern, Greg 3 1 xx Kraemer, Jens 0 0 0 Limniatis, John 13 12 1128 Lowery, Jamie 2 2 111 Lowther, Shaun 0 0 0 McCallum, Trevor 2 1 91 Miller, Colin 1 1 90 Mitchell, Dale 5 5 450 3g Mobilio, Domenic 3 2 160 Nocita, Tony 4 4 315 1a Odinga, Norm 0 0 0 Pacceraro, Paul 0 0 0 Panhuyzen, Tom 3 3 270 Pignatiello, Tony 11 11 1020 1g 1a Samuel, Randy 6 6 570 Sarantopoulos, Peter 15 14 1267 Segota, Branko 2 1 80

FIFA WCQ 3.WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ Début Début Début Début

Début & 1.WCQ Début 2.WCQ Début 1.WCQ

Début & 1.WCQ

1.WCQ

1.WCQ 3.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ

Début 2.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 2.WCQ

3.WCQ

1988 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Tony Taylor 1988 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1988-02-18 Devonshire Parish, BER CAN D 0:0 BER National Sports Centre CANADA : GK Pat Onstad début, Jamie Lowery (Peter Sarantopoulos 68’ début), Greg Kern, John Limniatis, Steve Jansen début, Tony Pignatiello début, Lyndon Hooper, Jim Easton, Domenic Mobilio, Nick Gilbert début (John Fitzgerald 75’ début), Lucio Ianiero 1988-03-26 Canada 3:1 Peru “B” International friendly, att. 45,000 Canada goals / buts par Lyndon Hooper, Nick De Santis & John Catliff. 1988 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1988-03-30 Armenia, COL CAN L 0:3 COL Estadio Centenario de Armenia, att. 35,000 Referee / arbitre : Juan Jose Torres. CANADA : GK Pat Onstad, Steve Jansen, John Limniatis, Peter Sarantopoulos, Nick De Santis début, Tom Panhuyzen, Lyndon Hooper, Tony Pignatiello, John Catliff (Lucio Ianiero), Cosimo Commisso début, John Fitzgerald (James Grimes début). COL 20’ Luis Carlos Perea 0-1 COL 44’ Carlos Valderrama 0-2 COL 60’ John Tréllez 0-3 1988 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1988-04-05 Kingston, JAM CAN W 4:0 JAM National Stadium CANADA : GK Pat Onstad, Peter Sarantopoulos, John Limniatis, Tony Nocita, Steve Jansen, Tony Pignatiello, Jamie Lowery (Cosimo Commisso 43’), Nick De Santis, John Fitzgerald, John Catliff, James Grimes. CAN 33’ John Catliff 1-0 (a. Fitzgerald) CAN 42’ John Catliff 2-0 (a. Fitzgerald) CAN 52’ John Catliff 3-0 (a. Pignatiello) CAN 89’ James Grimes 4-0 (a. Commisso) 1988 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1988-04-07 Montego Bay, JAM CAN D 0:0 JAM Wembley, att. 6,000 CANADA : GK Pat Onstad, Peter Sarantopoulos, John Limniatis, Tony Nocita, Steve Jansen, Tony Pignatiello, Cosimo Commisso, Nick De Santis, John Fitzgerald, John Catliff (Greg Kern), James Grimes (Lucio Ianiero). 1988 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1988-04-12 Victoria, BC, CAN CAN W 1:0 MEX Royal Athletic Park, att. 1,800 Referee / arbitre : John Meachin (Sawtell, Rogers, Harkness). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 2 Peter Sarantopoulos, 4 John Limniatis, 5 Steve Jansen, 15 Ian Bridge (17 Greg Kern 79’), 6 Tony Pignatiello, 8 Lyndon Hooper, 18 Nick De Santis, 10 John Catliff, 13 John Fitzgerald, 14 Cosimo Commisso. CAN 52’ Tony Pignatiello 1-0 (rebound / rebond) 1988 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1988-04-14 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN D 1:1 MEX CBC ; Swangard Stadium, att. 3,202 Referee / arbitre : David Brummit (Rogers, Sawtell, Chabada). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 5 Steve Jansen, 4 John Limniatis

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2.WCQ

CANADA MNT

MP MS MIN GA CS FIFA WCQ 2 2 180 3 0 2.WCQ 0 0 0 4 4 390 3 2 Début 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 9 810 9 4 Début & 1.WCQ 0 0 0

8 732 1a 0 0 3 270 2a

FUTSAL - PARA

1988 CAN MNT Dolan, Paul Ferguson, Don Forrest, Craig Harrington, Pat Lettieri, Tino McQuillin, Scott Onstad, Pat Rosenfeld, Bryan

8 0 3

CANADA WNT

1988 CANADA MNT

Sweeney, Mike Tomassetti, Lino Valentine, Carl

HALL of FAME

1987 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1987-10-06 Toluca, ME, MEX CAN L 0:4 MEX Estadio La Bombonera, att. 20,000 Referee / arbitre : Alfredo Gasso. CANADA : GK Don Ferguson, Paul James, Greg Kern (Keith Izatt), John Limniatis, John Hughes, Jeff Cambridge, Jim Easton (Tony Nocita), Lyndon Hooper, Lucio Ianiero, Alex Bunbury, Branko Segota (John Catliff). MEX 20’ Javier Hernández 0-1 MEX 44’ Miguel Espana 0-2 MEX 53’ Paul Moreno 0-3 MEX 86’ Carlos Hermosillo 0-4


capt., 3 Tom Panhuyzen, 2 Peter Sarantopoulos, 8 Lyndon Hooper, 11 Paul James (15 Nick De Santis HT), 6 Tony Pignatiello, 10 John Catliff, 13 John Fitzgerald, 9 James Grimes (14 Cosimo Commisso 75’). CAN 44’ John Catliff (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Fitzgerald) MEX 64’ ?? (FK) 1-1 1988 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1988-05-19 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN L 0:1 GRE Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard, att. 5,137 CANADA : GK Pat Onstad, Peter Sarantopoulos, Randy Samuel capt., John Limniatis, Tony Nocita (Paul James HT), Greg Ion (Gerry Gray HT), Lyndon Hooper, Tony Pignatiello, John Fitzgerald, John Catliff, Domenic Mobilio (Alex Bunbury HT). GRE 6’ Aphanasios Tsiolos 0-1 (a. Bonovas) 1988 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1988-05-21 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 0:3 GRE Varsity Stadium, att. 8,763 Referee / arbitre : Pierluigi Magni (Longhi, Lobello). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 12 Paul James (8 Gerry Gray HT), 14 Steve Jansen, 5 Randy Samuel capt., 2 Peter Sarantopoulos, 7 Tony Pignatiello, 4 Lyndon Hooper, 3 Mike Sweeney (15 John Limniatis 72’), 13 John Fitzgerald, 9 John Catliff, 10 Alex Bunbury. GRE 26’ Tassos Mitropoulos 0-1 GRE 52’ Nikos Anastopoulos 0-2 GRE 72’ Nikos Anastopoulos 0-3 1988 CANADA MNT MATTHEWS CUP 1988-05-25 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 1:0 CHI TSN ; Varsity Stadium, att. 4,178 Referee / arbitre : Carlo Longhi. CANADA : GK Craig Forrest début, Peter Sarantopoulos, John Limniatis, Ian Bridge, Randy Samuel capt., Lyndon Hooper, Tony Pignatiello, Gerry Gray (John Fitzgerald 70’), Mike Sweeney, Alex Bunbury, John Catliff. CAN 90’ Ian Bridge 1-0 1988 CANADA MNT (120min) MATTHEWS CUP 1988-05-28 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN D 0:0 GRE TSN ; Varsity Stadium, att. 10,531 Referee / arbitre : Carlo Longhi (Lobello, Magni). CANADA : 22 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Peter Sarantopoulos, 15 John Limniatis, 6 Ian Bridge, 5 Randy Samuel capt., 4 Lyndon Hooper, 7 Tony Pignatiello, 8 Gerry Gray, 3 Mike Sweeney, 10 Alex Bunbury (13 John Fitzgerald 72’), 9 John Catliff. Canada wins 4-2 on kicks / le Canada gagne 4-2 aux tirs 1988 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1988-06-17 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN L 0:1 CRC Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard, att. 3,568 Referee / arbitre : Dilvo Di Placido (Gardner, Maestracci, Pulgar). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Peter Sarantopoulos, 5 Ian Bridge, 6 John Limniatis, 3 Tom Panhuyzen, 7 Lyndon Hooper, 12 Gerry Gray, 11 Mike Sweeney, 14 Charlie Falzon (8 Lucio Ianiero 63’), 9 Alex Bunbury (15 Trevor McCallum 89’), 10 Dale Mitchell. CRC 39’ Luis Quiros 0-1 (att. Guimaraes) 1988 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1988-07-15 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 1:2 POL Varsity Stadium, att. 9,113 Referee / arbitre : Vincent Mauro (Cvetanovich, Rush, McLean). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Peter Sarantopoulos, 5 Enzo Concina début, 6 Trevor McCallum, 11 Mike Sweeney capt., 4 Lyndon Hooper, 8 Tony Pignatiello, 3 Charlie Falzon, 7 Lucio Ianiero (14 Nick De Santis 70’), 9 Dale Mitchell, 10 Gino DiFlorio début (13 John Fitzgerald 59’). POL 58’ Andrzej Rudy (head / tête) 0-1 (a. .. FK)

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POL 62’ Ryszard Tarasiewicz (head / tête) 0-2 (a. Furtok CK) CAN 72’ Enzo Concina (head / tête) 1-2 (a. Sweeney FK) 1988 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1988-10-02 Port of Spain, TRI CAN W 2:1 TRI Queen’s Park Oval CANADA : Pat Onstad, Peter Sarantopoulos, Ian Bridge, Steve Jansen, Tony Nocita, Carl Valentine, Gerry Gray, Lyndon Hooper, Mike Sweeney, John Catliff (Alex Bunbury HT, Branko Segota 75’), Dale Mitchell. TRI 28’ Dexter Milner 0-1 CAN 39’ John Catliff 1-1 (a. Nocita) CAN 69’ Dale Mitchell (head / tête) 2-1 (a. Valentine)

ITALY 1990 QUALIFIERS 1990 FIFA World Cup Italy Qualifiers Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Coach / entraîneur Tony Taylor 1988 CANADA MNT FIFA WCQ 1988-10-09 Ciudad Guatemala, GUA CAN L 0:1 GUA CBC ; Estadio Mateo Flores, att. 17,065 Referee / arbitre : Angelo Bratsis (Kleniatis, Dellion). CANADA : 1 Paul Dolan, 2 Peter Sarantopoulos, 5 Ian Bridge, 6 John Limniatis, 3 Randy Samuel, 4 Lyndon Hooper, 8 Gerry Gray capt., 11 Mike Sweeney, 7 Carl Valentine, 10 John Catliff (15 Alex Bunbury HT), 9 Dale Mitchell. GUA 21’ Byron Pérez (PK left foot / pied gauche) 0-1 1988 CANADA MNT FIFA WCQ 1988-10-15 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN W 3:2 GUA CBC ; Swangard Stadium, att. 6,318 Referee / arbitre : Benny Ulloa (Badilla, Hernandez). CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, 2 Peter Sarantopoulos (13 John Fitzgerald HT), 6 John Limniatis, 5 Ian Bridge, 3 Randy Samuel, 7 Carl Valentine, 16 Colin Miller, 8 Gerry Gray capt., 11 Mike Sweeney, 14 Branko Segota (10 Domenic Mobilio 65’), 9 Dale Mitchell. GUA 7’ Adan Paniagua (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Chacón) GUA 37’ Carlos Castañeda (head / tête) 0-2 (a. .. CK) CAN 63’ Dale Mitchell (head / tête) 1-2 (a. Valentine) CAN 82’ Dale Mitchell (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-2 CAN 89’ Ian Bridge (head / tête) 3-2 (a. Gray FK) Canada officially eliminated / le Canada est officiellement éliminé 1989-11-19 GROUP / GROUPE : CRC 11 points; USA 11; TRI 9; GUA 3; SLV 2. From 15 Concacaf nations, Costa Rica and USA qualified for the FIFA World Cup Italy 1990 ; parmi 15 nations de la Concacaf, le Costa Rica et USA se sont qualifiés pour la Coupe du Monde, Italie 1990.

1989 CANADA MNT 1989 CAN MNT Ceccarelli, Paolo Dolan, Paul Forrest, Craig Onstad, Pat

MP MS MIN GA CS 0 0 0 1 1 90 1 0 2 2 180 4 0 1 1 90 0 1

CAN MNT

1989 CAN MNT Boin, Guido Bridge, Ian Bunbury, Alex Concina, Enzo Easton, Jim

MP MS MIN G A 1 1 90 1 1 90 4 4 360 1a 1 1 90 1 1 60

CAN MNT Début


1989-07-13 Canada 3:1 Burkina Faso Jeux de la Francophonie, Mohamedin, MAR Canada goals / buts par Nick Gilbert (x2), Rick Jasken Début Début Début Début Début

1989 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi 1989 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1989-04-12 Aalborg, DEN CAN L 0:2 DEN Aalborg Stadion, att. 10,400 Referee / arbitre : Thorold Presberg (Halle, Rogne). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Peter Sarantopoulos, 5 Ian Bridge, 6 Randy Samuel capt., 3 Tony Nocita, 7 Norm Odinga début, 4 Colin Miller, 11 Drew Ferguson (15 Guido Titotto 83’ début), 8 Jamie Lowery, 9 Alex Bunbury, 10 Nick Gilbert (12 Doug Muirhead 58’ début). DEN 38’ Lars Elstrup (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. M.Laudrup) DEN 73’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-2 (o.g.) 1989 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1989-04-14 Toshaun, FRO CAN L 0:1 FRO Gundadalur, att. 4,000 Referee / arbitre : Erik Fredriksson. CANADA : Paul Dolan, Peter Sarantopoulos, Tony Nocita, Drew Ferguson, Keith Izatt, Steven MacDonald début, Norm Odinga, Guido Titotto, Alex Bunbury, Nick Gilbert (Doug Muirhead HT), Lucio Ianiero. FRO 4’ Kurt Markore 0-1 1989 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1989-04-16 Klaksvík, FRO CAN W 1:0 FRO att. 4,000 Referee / arbitre : Nemus Djurhuus. CANADA : Pat Onstad, Peter Sarantopoulos, Drew Ferguson, Keith Izatt, Guido Boin début, Norm Odinga (Jim Reyes début), Jamie Lowery, David Fiorvento début (Guido Titotto), Lucio Ianiero, Alex Bunbury, Nick Gilbert (Doug Muirhead). CAN 78’ Drew Ferguson 1-0 (a. Bunbury) 1989-04-30 Canada 1:3 Italy U-21 Toronto, ON, CAN, Lamport Stadium Canada goal / but par Eddy Berdusco 1989 CANADA MNT 1989-06-08 Ottawa, ON, CAN Terry Fox Sports Complex, att. 3,300 Referee / arbitre : Adriano Brunetti.

1989-07-16 Canada 0:0 Cote d’Ivoire Jeux de la Francophonie, Mohamedin, MAR 1989-07-19 Canada 2:1 Congo Jeux de la Francophonie Casablanca, MAR - King Mohamed V Stadium, att. 20,000 Canada goals / buts par Domenic Mobilio, Nick Gilbert 1989-07-22 Canada 4:1 Morocco Jeux de la Francophonie Casablanca, MAR - King Mohamed V Stadium, att. 70,000 Canada goals / buts par Lyndon Hooper, Rick Jasken (x2), Kevin Holness Canada wins gold / Canada gagne les Jeux de la Francophonie

1990 CANADA MNT 1990 CAN MNT Dolan, Paul Forrest, Craig Habermann, Sven

MP MS MIN GA CS 0 0 0 1 1 90 1 0 0 0 0

1990 CAN MNT MP MS MIN G Aunger, Geoff 0 0 0 Baarts, Robbie 0 0 0 Bridge, Ian 1 1 45 Catliff, John 1 1 90 2g Diotte, Patrick 0 0 0 Easton, Jim 1 1 90 Fitzgerald, John 1 1 71 Gilbert, Nick 1 1 90 Gilfillan, Peter 0 0 0 Gray, Gerry 0 0 0 Henderson, Lindsay 0 0 0 Limniatis, John 1 1 90 Lowery, Jamie 0 0 0 Miller, Colin 1 1 90 Muirhead, Doug 1 0 19 Samuel, Randy 1 1 90 Sarantopoulos, Peter 1 0 45 Sweeney, Mike 1 1 90 Wilkinson, Neil 0 0 0 Yallop, Frank 1 1 90

NAC 1.NAC 1.NAC 1.NAC NAC 1.NAC 1.NAC 1.NAC 1.NAC 1.NAC 1.NAC 1.NAC 1.NAC 1.NAC 1.NAC 1.NAC 1.NAC 1.NAC 1.NAC Début & 1.NAC

1990 NORTH AMERICA NATIONS 1990 Corona Three Nations Cup Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi Top Scorer / meilleur buteur : John Catliff

INTERNATIONAL CAN L 0:2 BEL

CANADA SOCCER

Début

CANADA : 1 Craig Forrest, 2 John Limniatis, 5 Enzo Concina, 6 Steve Jansen, 3 Charlie Falzon, 4 Colin Miller, 8 Jim Easton (12 Lyndon Hooper 60’), 11 Gerry Gray, 10 Dale Mitchell, 7 Norm Odinga, 9 Alex Bunbury. BEL 56’ Jan Ceulemans (head / tête) 0-1 BEL 86’ Marc de Grijse 0-2

CANADA MNT

90 263 1g xx xx 90 30 180 180 90 90 180 0 90 180 90 xx 180 xx xx 90 270 xx

FUTSAL - PARA

1 3 1 3 1 0 2 2 1 1 2 0 1 2 1 0 2 4 0 1 3 1

CANADA WNT

1 3 1 3 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 0 1 2 1 3 2 4 1 1 3 3

Champion

1990-05-06 Canada 1:0 USA “B” TSN ; Burnaby, BC, CAN - Swangard Stadium, att. 4,112 Canada goal / but par John Catliff

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HALL of FAME

Falzon, Charlie Ferguson, Drew Fiorvento, David Gilbert, Nick Gray, Gerry Hooper, Lyndon Ianiero, Lucio Izatt, Keith Jansen, Steve Limniatis, John Lowery, Jamie Loy, Julien MacDonald, Steven Miller, Colin Mitchell, Dale Muirhead, Doug Nocita, Tony Odinga, Norm Reyes, Jim Samuel, Randy Sarantopoulos, Peter Titotto, Guido


1990 CANADA MNT 3 NATIONS 1990-05-13 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN W 2:1 MEX TSN, RDS ; Swangard Stadium, att. 3,512 Referee / arbitre : Edward Cummings (Jay, Angeles, Pace). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Frank Yallop début, 6 Randy Samuel, 5 Ian Bridge capt. (7 Peter Sarantopoulos HT), 3 Colin Miller, 4 Jim Easton, 8 John Limniatis, 11 Mike Sweeney, 9 Nick Gilbert, 10 John Catliff, 13 John Fitzgerald (12 Doug Muirhead 71’). CAN 16’ John Catliff (head / tête) 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) Red card / carton rouge 60’ MEX Javier Aguirre MEX 65’ Luis Flores (PK) 1-1 CAN 87’ John Catliff 2-1 (interception) FINAL / FINALE : CAN 4 points; MEX 2; USA-B 0.

1991 CANADA MNT 1991 CAN MNT Dolan, Paul Forrest, Craig Marini, Carlo Onstad, Pat

MP MS MIN GA CS 3 3 270 7 0 1 1 28 0 0 1 0 62 4 0 0 0 0

1991 CAN MNT MP MS Aunger, Geoff 0 0 Bridge, Ian 3 3 Burns, Steven 0 0 Catliff, John 3 3 Celebrini, Rick 0 0 Diotte, Patrick 3 2 Easton, Jim 0 0 Ferguson, Drew 1 1 Fletcher, Carl 1 1 Gilbert, Nick 4 2 Gilfillan, Peter 1 1 Gray, Gerry 1 1 Hooper, Lyndon 1 1 Jansen, Steve 0 0 Limniatis, John 2 2 Lowery, Jamie 3 3 Majcher, Josef 1 1 Miller, Colin 3 2 Mitchell, Dale 3 3 Muirhead, Doug 1 0 Munson, Scott 3 3 Needham, Grant 1 1 Odinga, Norm 1 1 Samuel, Randy 2 2 Sarantopoulos, Peter 0 0 Saundh, Sammy 0 0 Valentine, Carl 2 2 Watson, Mark 4 3 Yallop, Frank 3 2

MIN G A 0 187 0 270 1a 0 119 0 90 38 194 90 90 90 0 180 1g 262 1g 90 232 1g 270 3g 42 208 48 82 180 0 0 180 353 243

NAC & GC 2.NAC 1.GC Début & 1.GC 1.NAC NAC & GC 1.NAC 2.NAC & 1.GC

2.NAC & 1.GC 1.NAC Début, 2.NAC, 1.GC 1.NAC Début & 1.GC 1.NAC & 1.GC Début, 2.NAC, 1.GC 1.NAC 1.NAC 1.GC 2.NAC & 1.GC Début & 1.GC 1.GC 1.GC 2.NAC Début & 1.GC Début, 1.NAC, 1.GC 1.NAC 1.GC 2.NAC 1.NAC 1.GC Début, 1.NAC, 1.GC 1.GC

1991 NORTH AMERICA NATIONS 1991 North American Nations Cup Coach / entraîneur Bruce Twamley

Place : 3rd / 3e

1991-03-14 Canada 0:3 Mexico “B” Los Angeles, CA, USA - Memorial Coliseum, att. 6,000 1991 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1991-03-16 Torrance, CA, USA CAN L 0:2 USA Murdock Stadium (El Camino College), att. 2,705 Referee / arbitre : Jose Carlos Ortiz (Martinez, Escobar).

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1991 CONCACAF GOLD CUP 1991 Concacaf Gold Cup / Coupe d’or de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Tony Waiters Place : 6th / 6e 1991 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 1991-06-28 Los Angeles, CA, USA CAN L 2:4 HON TSN ; Memorial Coliseum, att. 13,374 Referee / arbitre : Arturo Angeles (Gutierrez, Ortiz, Brizio). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest (red / rouge), 2 Frank Yallop, 14 Mark Watson, 6 Ian Bridge capt., 3 Colin Miller, 4 John Limniatis, 9 Dale Mitchell, 8 Jamie Lowery (12 Nick Gilbert 84’), 7 Carl Valentine, 10 John Catliff, 13 Scott Munson début (18 GK Carlo Marini 28’ début). Red card / carton rouge 28’ GK Craig Forrest HON 28’ Eduardo Bennett (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-1 HON 34’ Juan Carlos Espinoza (right / droit) 0-2 HON 41’ Luis Enrique Calix (left / gauche) 0-3 (a. Flores) HON 51’ Eugenio Flores (left / gauche) 0-4 (a. Anariba) CAN 66’ Dale Mitchell (left / gauche) 1-4 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 80’ Dale Mitchell (left / gauche) 2-4 (a. Catliff) 1991 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 1991-06-30 Los Angeles, CA, USA CAN L 1:3 MEX TSN ; Memorial Coliseum, att. 4,798 Referee / arbitre : Ronald Gutierrez (Jay, Angeles, Fuentes). Suspended / suspendu : Craig Forrest. CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, 6 Ian Bridge capt. (14 Mark Watson 7’), 3 Colin Miller, 5 Randy Samuel, 2 Frank Yallop, 8 Jamie Lowery (15 Patrick Diotte 88’), 9 Dale Mitchell, 7 Carl Valentine, 10 John Catliff, 12 Nick Gilbert, 13 Scott Munson. MEX 3’ Carlos Hermosillo (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Alves) MEX 40’ Jose De La Torre (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Alves) CAN 83’ Jamie Lowery (head / tête) 1-2 MEX 89’ Benjamín Galindo (PK left foot / pied gauche) 1-3 1991 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 1991-07-03 Los Angeles, CA, USA CAN W 3:2 JAM Memorial Coliseum, att. 36,703 Referee / arbitre : Jose Carlos Ortiz (Forbes, Orellana, McKay). CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, 5 Randy Samuel, 14 Mark Watson, 15 Patrick Diotte (2 Frank Yallop 27’), 17 Carl Fletcher début INJ (3 Colin Miller 38’), 16 Peter Gilfillan début, 4 John Limniatis, 9 Dale Mitchell, 11 Josef Majcher début, 12 Nick Gilbert, 13 Scott Munson. CAN 34’ Dale Mitchell (left / gauche) 1-0 JAM 42’ Hector Wright 1-1 CAN 54’ Colin Miller 2-1 CAN 60’ John Limniatis 3-1 JAM 63’ Roderick Reid 3-2 GROUP / GROUPE : HON 5 points; MEX 5; CAN 2; JAM 0.

1992 CANADA MNT 1992 CAN MNT Dolan, Paul Forrest, Craig Harrington, Pat Onstad, Pat

MP MS MIN GA CS 8 8 697 11 2 3 3 270 4 1 1 0 23 0 0 0 0 0

FIFA WCQ 3.WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ


2.WCQ Début

Début 2.WCQ 4.WCQ 2.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 3.WCQ 2.WCQ 4.WCQ 3.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ Début

1992 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi 1992 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1992-04-02 Victoria, BC, CAN CAN W 5:2 CHN Royal Athletic Park, att. 1,400 CANADA : Paul Dolan, Nick Dasovic début, Patrick Diotte, Doug McKinty début (Rudy Doliscat HT début), Gregor Young début (Paul James), Tony Nocita, Lyndon Hooper (Lucio Ianiero), Norm Odinga, Alex Bunbury (Nick Gilbert), John Catliff (Geoff Aunger début), Doug Muirhead (Josef Majcher). CAN 2’ John Catliff 1-0 (a. Dasovic) CAN 9’ John Catliff (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Muirhead) CAN 11’ Norm Odinga 3-0 CAN 32’ Doug Muirhead 4-0 CHN 40’ Tse Uyk Can 4-1 CHN 2H Tse Uyk Can 4-2 CAN 78’ Nick Gilbert 5-2 (a. Aunger) 1992 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1992-05-20 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 1:3 SCO TSN ; Varsity Stadium, att. 10,872 Referee / arbitre : Diaz. CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Frank Yallop, 3 Colin Miller, 4 Peter Sarantopoulos, 5 Randy Samuel, 6 Nick Dasovic, 7 Carl Valentine, 8 John Limniatis (12 Nick Gilbert 59’), 11 Norm Odinga (14 Lyndon Hooper 59’), 9 John Catliff (15 Geoff Aunger 78’), 10 Domenic Mo-

1992 CANADA MNT COLUMBUS 500 CUP 1992-06-13 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 3:1 HKG (MATCH 3rd-4th / 3e-4e) Varsity Stadium Referee / arbitre : Tony Camacho (Molino, Evans). CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, 3 Colin Miller, 4 Peter Sarantopoulos (15 Ian Carter HT début), 6 Randy Samuel, 5 Nick Dasovic, 13 Dave Norman, 7 Carl Valentine, 8 John Limniatis (2 Josef Majcher 68’), 9 John Catliff (12 Alex Bunbury 56’), 10 Domenic Mobilio (14 Eddy Berdusco 56’ début, 11 Paul Peschisolido début. CAN 19’ Paul Peschisolido (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Valentine) CAN 59’ Carl Valentine (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Carter) CAN 78’ Eddy Berdusco (left / gauche) 3-0 (a. Dasovic) HKG 88’ Lee Kin Wo (left / gauche) 3-1 1992 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1992-09-03 Saint John, NB, CAN CAN L 0:2 USA att. 3,500 Referee / arbitre : Dino Bucci. CANADA : Paul Dolan (GK Pat Harrington 67’), Dave Norman (Marco Rizi 67’), Mike Sweeney (Mark Watson 67’), Frank Yallop, Steven MacDonald, Dino Lopez (Lyndon Hooper 33’), Carl Valentine, Colin Miller (Nick Gilbert 78’), Alex Bunbury, Dale Mitchell, Geoff Aunger (Jim Easton 57’). USA 26’ Mike Sorber 0-1 USA 60’ Peter Vermes 0-2 1992 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1992-10-09 Greensboro, NC, USA CAN D 0:0 USA McCaskill Soccer Center, att. 2,097 Referee / arbitre : Helder Diaz (James, Sies, Owen). CANADA : Craig Forrest, Frank Yallop (Carl Fletcher 62’), Mike Sweeney, 4 Nick Dasovic, Peter Sarantopoulos, Colin Miller, John Limniatis (Marco Rizi 89’), Carl Valentine, Dale Mitchell, Alex Bunbury (Geoff Aunger 77’), John Catliff (Lyndon Hooper 67’). Red card / carton rouge 88’ Bob Lenarduzzi (coach / entraîneur)

USA 1994 QUALIFIERS 1994 FIFA World Cup USA Qualifiers Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi 1992 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE B 1992-10-18 Kingston, JAM CAN D 1:1 JAM National Stadium, att. 17,000 Referee / arbitre : Ramesh Ramdhan. CANADA : Craig Forrest, Frank Yallop, Nick Dasovic, Randy Samuel, Peter Sarantopoulos, Mike Sweeney, Colin Miller, John Limniatis (Dave Norman 51’), John Catliff (Carl Valentine 59’), Alex Bunbury, Dale Mitchell. JAM 78’ Hector Wright (right / droit) 0-1 CAN 85’ Dale Mitchell (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Samuel) 1992 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE B 1992-10-25 San Salvador, SLV CAN D 1:1 SLV Estadio Cuscatlán, att. 16,342 Referee / arbitre : Ugalde Rodriguez. CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, 6 Peter Sarantopoulos, 4 Carl Val-

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1992-06-10 Canada 0:2 FC Porto Columbus 500 Cup, Toronto, ON, CAN - Varsity Stadium

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1.WCQ

bilio (13 Alex Bunbury HT). SCO 23’ Gary McAllister (right / droit) 0-1 (a. McStay) CAN 43’ John Catliff (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Mobilio) SCO 68’ Alistair McCoist (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Durie) SCO 88’ Maurice Maplas (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-3

FUTSAL - PARA

Début

CANADA WNT

FIFA WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 2.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 3.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ

HALL of FAME

1992 CAN MNT MP MS MIN G A Aunger, Geoff 6 2 xx 1g 1a Berdusco, Eddy 1 0 34 1g Bunbury, Alex 11 9 xx 3g 1a Carter, Ian 1 0 45 1a Catliff, John 8 7 xx 3g 1a Corazzin, Carlo 0 0 0 Dasovic, Nick 7 7 630 2a Diotte, Patrick 1 1 90 Doliscat, Rudy 1 0 45 Easton, Jim 1 0 33 Fletcher, Carl 1 0 28 Gilbert, Nick 3 0 xx 1g Hooper, Lyndon 7 3 xx Ianiero, Lucio 1 0 xx James, Paul 1 0 xx Limniatis, John 7 6 433 Lopez, Dino 1 1 33 MacDonald, Steven 1 1 90 Macey, Scott Majcher, Josef 2 0 xx McKinty, Doug 1 1 45 Miller, Colin 10 10 888 2g Mitchell, Dale 8 8 720 3g 3a Mobilio, Domenic 2 2 101 1a Muirhead, Doug 1 1 xx 1g 1a Nocita, Tony 1 1 90 Norman, Dave 7 6 530 Odinga, Norm 2 2 149 1g Peschisolido, Paul 4 2 221 1g Rizi, Marco 3 0 57 Samuel, Randy 7 7 630 1a Sarantopoulos, Peter 7 7 585 Sweeney, Mike 8 8 664 1a Valentine, Carl 10 7 668 1g 1a Watson, Mark 2 1 113 Yallop, Frank 9 9 782 2a Young, Gregor 1 1 xx


entine, 3 Mike Sweeney (Marco Rizi 57’), 2 Frank Yallop, 8 Colin Miller capt., 13 Dave Norman, 10 Geoff Aunger (John Limniatis HT), 9 Alex Bunbury, 11 Dale Mitchell, 5 Randy Samuel. SLV 33’ Jorge “Mágico” González (right / droit) 0-1 CAN 86’ Colin Miller (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Yallop) 1992 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE B 1992-11-01 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 1:0 JAM TSN ; Varsity Stadium, att. 6,526 Referee / arbitre : Franklin Morales. CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, 2 Frank Yallop, 5 Randy Samuel, 6 Peter Sarantopoulos, 3 Mike Sweeney, 4 Carl Valentine, 8 Colin Miller capt., 13 Dave Norman, 7 Paul Peschisolido (Lyndon Hooper 74’), 9 Alex Bunbury, 11 Dale Mitchell CAN 53’ Dale Mitchell (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Bunbury) 1992 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE B 1992-11-08 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN L 2:3 SLV Swangard Stadium, att. 6,269 Referee / arbitre : Orendain Castellanos (Castillo, Sierra, Ramirez). CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, 4 Carl Valentine (12 Paul Peschisolido 59’), 3 Mike Sweeney, 5 Randy Samuel, 2 Frank Yallop, 6 Peter Sarantopoulos, 8 Colin Miller capt., 13 Dave Norman, 7 John Limniatis (10 John Catliff 68’), 9 Alex Bunbury, 11 Dale Mitchell. CAN 13’ Colin Miller (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Sweeney) SLV 44’ Guillermo Rivera (head / tête) 1-1 SLV 52’ Oscar Ulloa (left / gauche) 1-2 CAN 71’ Dale Mitchell (right / droit) 2-2 (a. Catliff) SLV 89’ Oscar Ulloa (left / gauche) 2-3 1992 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE B 1992-11-15 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN W 4:2 BER TSN ; Swangard Stadium, att. 4,093 Referee / arbitre : Pedro Borja (Sanchez, Micher). 50th / 50e match international “A” : Mike Sweeney. CANADA : Paul Dolan, 2 Frank Yallop, 8 Colin Miller capt., 5 Mark Watson, Mike Sweeney, 4 John Limniatis (14 Geoff Aunger 53’), 7 Nick Dasovic, 6 Lyndon Hooper, 10 John Catliff (12 Carl Valentine 66’), 9 Alex Bunbury, 11 Dale Mitchell. CAN 7’ Alex Bunbury (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Mitchell) CAN 9’ Alex Bunbury (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Mitchell) CAN 36’ Alex Bunbury (head / tête) 3-0 (a. Mitchell FK) BER 70’ Shaun Goater (left / gauche) 3-1 BER 76’ Sammy Swan (right / droit) 3-2 CAN 84’ Geoff Aunger (right / droit) 4-2 (a. Yallop) 1992 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE B 1992-12-06 Devonshire Parish, BER CAN D 0:0 BER National Sports Centre, att. 1,200 Referee / arbitre : Ed Cummings (Reed, Savic). CANADA : Paul Dolan, Frank Yallop, Colin Miller, Randy Samuel, Mike Sweeney, Nick Dasovic, Lyndon Hooper, Dave Norman (Paul Peschisolido 64’), Dale Mitchell, John Catliff (Carl Valentine 76’), Alex Bunbury. GROUP / GROUPE : SLV 9 points; CAN 7; JAM 4; BER 4.

1993 CANADA MNT 1993 CAN MNT Dolan, Paul Forrest, Craig Onstad, Pat

MP MS MIN GA CS 2 1 135 3 0 11 11 1020 22 2 3 3 225 3 1

FIFA WCQ & GC

1993 CAN MNT Aunger, Geoff Berdusco, Eddy

MP MS MIN G A 6 4 355 1g 1a 5 3 303 1g 1a

FIFA WCQ 1.WCQ & 1.GC 1.WCQ & 1.GC

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Bunbury, Alex Carter, Ian Catliff, John Concina, Enzo Dasovic, Nick Fenwick, Paul Hooper, Lyndon James, Paul Limniatis, John MacDonald, Steven Miller, Colin Mitchell, Dale Mobilio, Domenic Needham, Grant Norman, Dave Odinga, Norm Peschisolido, Paul Rizi, Marco Samuel, Randy Sarantopoulos, Peter Scott, Roderick Sweeney, Mike Thompson, Niall Valentine, Carl Watson, Mark Yallop, Frank

12 1 10 2 8 0 13 2 5 3 11 11 9 1 9 1 7 4 11 2 5 10 2 10 14 11

12 0 9 1 6 0 12 2 5 3 11 9 6 0 5 0 3 2 10 1 5 10 1 5 14 11

1099 4g 2a 45 803 6g 1a 135 545 1g 0 1060 1g 135 376 1a 270 1g 960 1g 831 3a 523 3g 12 482 45 318 1a 247 952 98 295 885 2a 107 580 1290 1g 1020

2.WCQ & 1.GC 3.WCQ 1.WCQ & 1.GC 1.WCQ & 1.GC 1.WCQ & 1.GC 2.WCQ & 1.GC 2.WCQ & 2.GC 2.WCQ & 2.GC 4.WCQ 2.WCQ & 1.GC 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ & 1.GC 1.WCQ 3.WCQ & 2.GC Début & 1.GC 4.WCQ Début & 1.GC 3.WCQ 1.WCQ & 2.GC 1.WCQ & 2.GC

1993 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi 1993 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1993-03-03 Los Angeles, CA, USA CAN D 2:2 USA Le Bard Stadium, att. 5,743 Referee / arbitre : Helder Diaz. CANADA : GK Pat Onstad (GK Paul Dolan HT), Paul James, Mike Sweeney, Mark Watson, Steven MacDonald, Carl Valentine, Lyndon Hooper, Dale Mitchell, Roderick Scott début (Dave Norman 60’), John Catliff (Nick Dasovic 75’), Eddy Berdusco (Geoff Aunger 73’). USA 2’ Dominic Kinnear 0-1 (a. Harbor) CAN 14’ Steven MacDonald (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Mitchell FK) Penalty save 15’ / arrête par USA GK Tony Meola CAN 30’ John Catliff 2-1 (a. Mitchell) USA 64’ Bruce Murray (PK) 2-2 1993 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1993-03-09 Coquitlam, BC, CAN CAN L 0:2 KOR Town Centre Stadium, att. 1,554 Referee / arbitre : Rene Parra (Brown, Nielsen, Skinner). CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, 2 Paul James (12 Ian Carter HT), 3 Marco Rizi (13 Peter Sarantopoulos 82’), 5 Mark Watson, 6 Steven MacDonald, 11 Roderick Scott (7 Carl Valentine 55’), 4 John Limniatis, 8 Lyndon Hooper (15 Nick Dasovic 53’), 9 Dale Mitchell capt., 10 John Catliff (16 Eddy Berdusco 69’), 12 Niall Thompson début. KOR 18’ Tae Young Kim 0-1 KOR 87’ Hyun Seok Kim 0-2 1993 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1993-03-11 Victoria, BC, CAN CAN W 2:0 KOR Royal Athletic Park, att. 800 Referee / arbitre : Bob Sawtell (Dirkie, Rogers). CANADA : 18 GK Pat Onstad, 19 Peter Sarantopoulos, 6 Steven MacDonald, 5 Mark Watson, 3 Marco Rizi, 7 Carl Valentine capt. (9 Dale Mitchell HT), 13 Dave Norman, 14 Nick Dasovic (8 Lyndon Hooper 70’), 17 Geoff Aunger, 10 John Catliff, 16 Eddy Berdusco.


1993 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1993-04-04 Tegucigalpa, HON CAN D 2:2 HON Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino, att. 30,000 Referee / arbitre : Noel Smith (Powell, Morgan). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Frank Yallop, 16 Mark Watson, 5 Randy Samuel, 3 Mike Sweeney, 6 Colin Miller, 11 Dale Mitchell, 8 Lyndon Hooper, 12 Paul Peschisolido (7 Carl Valentine HT), 10 John Catliff (13 Dave Norman 74’), 9 Alex Bunbury. CAN 34’ John Catliff (PK left foot / pied gauche) 1-0 HON 41’ Rodolfo Richardson (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 CAN 68’ Alex Bunbury (right / droit) 2-1 HON 89’ César Obando (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-2 1993 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1993-04-11 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN W 2:0 SLV TSN ; Swangard Stadium, att. 6,868 Referee / arbitre : Ramesh Ramdhan (Kelly, James, Forbes). 50th / 50e match international “A” : Dale Mitchell. CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Frank Yallop, 16 Mark Watson, 5 Randy Samuel, 3 Mike Sweeney, 6 Colin Miller capt., 11 Dale Mitchell (14 Domenic Mobilio 57’), 8 Lyndon Hooper, 7 Carl Valentine, 10 John Catliff, 9 Alex Bunbury (13 Dave Norman 79’). CAN 26’ Alex Bunbury (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Sweeney) CAN 32’ John Catliff (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Sweeney) 1993 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1993-04-18 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN W 3:1 HON Swangard Stadium, att. 6,868 Ref. / arbitre : Nelson Rodríguez (Fernandez, Colmenares, Mora). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Frank Yallop, 16 Mark Watson, 5 Randy Samuel, 3 Mike Sweeney, 6 Colin Miller capt., 11 Dale Mitchell (14 Domenic Mobilio HT), 8 Lyndon Hooper (13 Dave Norman 57’), 7 Carl Valentine, 10 John Catliff, 9 Alex Bunbury. HON 17’ Alex Pineda (right / droit) 0-1 CAN 50’ Domenic Mobilio (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Bunbury) CAN 61’ HON own goal / but contre son camp 2-1 (o.g. GK Bautista) Red card / carton rouge 65’ HON GK Angelo Bautista CAN 71’ John Catliff (PK left foot / pied gauche) 3-1 Red card / carton rouge 89’ HON Mauricio Fuñes 1993 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1993-04-25 México, DF, MEX CAN L 0:4 MEX Estadio Azteca, att. 103,000 Referee / arbitre : Benny Ulloa (Quesada, Torres). 50th / 50e match international “A” : Randy Samuel. CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 3 Mike Sweeney, 2 Frank Yallop, 5 Randy Samuel, 6 Colin Miller capt., 7 Carl Valentine (12 Paul

1993 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1993-05-09 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 1:2 MEX Varsity Stadium, att. 19,185 Referee / arbitre : Helmut Krug (Augar, Fuellbrunn, Strampe). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Frank Yallop capt., 16 Mark Watson, 5 Randy Samuel, 3 Mike Sweeney, 13 Dave Norman (14 Domenic Mobilio 57’), 11 Dale Mitchell, 8 Lyndon Hooper, 20 Geoff Aunger (12 Paul Peschisolido HT), 10 John Catliff, 9 Alex Bunbury CAN 15’ Alex Bunbury (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Catliff) MEX 34’ Hugo Sánchez (left / gauche) 1-1 MEX 86’ Francisco Cruz (right / droit) 1-2 Mexico qualified / le Mexique se qualifie pour USA 1994 GROUP / GROUPE : MEX 10 points; CAN 7; SLV 4; HON 3.

1993 CONCACAF GOLD CUP 1993 Concacaf Gold Cup / Coupe d’Or de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi Place : 6th / 6e 1993 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE B 1993-07-11 México, DF, MEX CAN D 1:1 CRC Estadio Azteca, att. 48,000 Referee / arbitre : Mark Forde (Ramdhan, Heilman, Escobar). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 6 Colin Miller, 16 Mark Watson, 5 Randy Samuel, 7 John Limniatis, 11 Roderick Scott (10 Geoff Aunger 67’), 14 Domenic Mobilio (13 Niall Thompson 73’), 4 Nick Dasovic, 8 Lyndon Hooper, 15 Eddy Berdusco, 9 Alex Bunbury. CAN 43’ Nick Dasovic 1-0 (a. Bunbury) CRC 81’ Roy Myers 1-1 1993 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE B 1993-07-15 México, DF, MEX CAN D 2:2 MTQ Estadio Azteca, att. 80,000 Referee / arbitre : Argelio Sabillón (Cente, Hejlman, Escobar). CANADA : 18 GK Pat Onstad, 2 Frank Yallop, 3 Enzo Concina, 7 John Limniatis (red / rouge), 16 Mark Watson, 11 Roderick Scott (5 Randy Samuel 68’), 8 Lyndon Hooper, 6 Colin Miller, 10 Geoff Aunger, 12 Paul Peschisolido (15 Eddy Berdusco 61’), 9 Alex Bunbury. CAN 25’ Geoff Aunger 1-0 (a. Peschisolido) CAN 43’ Alex Bunbury 2-0 (a. Aunger) MTQ 53’ Georges Gertrude 2-1 Red card / carton rouge 61’ John Limniatis MTQ 86’ Thierry Fondelot 2-2

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FUTSAL - PARA

USA 1994 QUALIFIERS

1993 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1993-05-02 San Salvador, SLV CAN W 2:1 SLV Estadio Cuscatlán, att. 25,000 Referee / arbitre : Arlington Success (James, Thomas, Burnes). 58th / 58e match international : Mike Sweeney record. CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Frank Yallop, 16 Mark Watson, 5 Randy Samuel, 3 Mike Sweeney, 6 Colin Miller capt. (12 Paul Peschisolido 30’, 11 Dale Mitchell 66’), 8 Lyndon Hooper, 14 Domenic Mobilio, 10 John Catliff, 9 Alex Bunbury, 13 Dave Norman. CAN 26’ John Catliff (left / gauche) 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) Penalty save / arrête par GK Craig Forrest SLV 59’ Jorge “Mágico” González (left / gauche) 1-1 CAN 60’ Domenic Mobilio 2-1

CANADA WNT

1993 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1993-03-24 San Juan de Tibás, CRC CAN W 1:0 CRC Estadio Ricardo Saprissa Aymá, att. 2,000 Referee / arbitre : Rodrigo Badilla. CANADA : Craig Forrest, Frank Yallop, Mark Watson, Randy Samuel, Mike Sweeney (Marco Rizi HT), Dale Mitchell, Colin Miller, John Limniatis, Dave Norman (Carl Valentine 65’), Alex Bunbury, Paul Peschisolido (John Catliff HT). CAN 83’ Colin Miller 1-0 (a. Limniatis)

Peschisolido 40’), 4 Nick Dasovic, 13 Dave Norman, 14 Domenic Mobilio (17 Marco Rizi 60’), 10 John Catliff, 9 Alex Bunbury. MEX 21’ Ramón Ramírez (left / gauche) 0-1 MEX 36’ Ramón Ramírez (left / gauche) 0-2 (a. Sánchez) MEX 55’ Luis Flores (head / tête) 0-3 MEX 68’ Alberto Garcia Aspe (PK left foot / pied gauche) 0-4

HALL of FAME

CAN 20’ John Catliff 1-0 (a. Berdusco) CAN 70’ Eddy Berdusco (head / tête) 2-0 Red card / carton rouge KOR 87’ Hong Gi Shin


1993 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE B 1993-07-18 México, DF, MEX CAN L 0:8 MEX Estadio Azteca, att. 100,000 Referee / arbitre : Raúl Domínguez (Escobar, Alvarado). Suspended / suspendu : John Limniaitis. CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 6 Colin Miller, 5 Randy Samuel, 16 Mark Watson, 2 Frank Yallop, 11 Roderick Scott (3 Enzo Concina HT), 8 Lyndon Hooper, 14 Domenic Mobilio (12 Paul Peschisolido 54’), 4 Nick Dasovic, 9 Alex Bunbury, 10 Geoff Aunger. MEX 4’ Jorge Rodríguez (right / droit) 0-1 MEX 24’ Octavio Mora (left / gauche) 0-2 MEX 31’ Octavio Mora (head / tête) 0-3 (a. .. CK) MEX 34’ Luis Alves (left / gauche) 0-4 (a. Rodríguez) MEX 38’ Luis Alves (left / gauche) 0-5 MEX 67’ Jorge Rodriguez (FK right foot / pied droit) 0-6 MEX 82’ Luis Miguel Salvador (left / gauche) 0-7 MEX 85’ Luis Miguel Salvador (right / droit) 0-8 GROUP / GROUPE : MEX 7 points; CRC 5; CAN 2; MTQ 1.

USA 1994 QUALIFIERS 1994 FIFA World Cup USA Qualifiers Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi 1993 CANADA MNT FIFA WCQ 1993-07-31 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN W 2:1 AUS TSN ; Commonwealth Stadium, att. 27,000 Referee / arbitre : Arturo Brizio (Madrogal, Farfan, Marrufo). Suspended / suspendu : Paul Peschisolido, Randy Samuel. CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 3 Mike Sweeney, 16 Mark Watson, 2 Frank Yallop, 6 Colin Miller capt., 4 Nick Dasovic (7 Carl Valentine HT), 17 John Limniatis (20 Norm Odinga HT), 8 Lyndon Hooper, 11 Dale Mitchell, 14 Domenic Mobilio, 9 Alex Bunbury. Red card / carton rouge 16’ AUS GK Robert Zabica AUS 45’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-1 (o.g.) CAN 52’ Mark Watson (right / droit) 1-1 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 56’ Domenic Mobilio (right / droit) 2-1 1993 CANADA MNT (120 min) CONCACAF-AFC 1993-08-15 Sydney, AUS CAN L 1:2 AUS Sydney Football Stadium, att. 25,982 Referee / arbitre : Shin-Ichiro Obata (Oono, Yamaguchi, Moritsu). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Frank Yallop, 5 Randy Samuel, 16 Mark Watson, 3 Mike Sweeney, 6 Colin Miller capt., 8 Lyndon Hooper, 4 Nick Dasovic (25 Grant Needham 108’), 11 Dale Mitchell, 9 Alex Bunbury, 14 Domenic Mobilio (7 Carl Valentine HT). AUS 45’ Frank Farina (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. A.Vidmar) CAN 55’ Lyndon Hooper (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Mitchell) AUS 77’ Mehmet Durakovic (head / tête) 1-2 Australia wins 4-1 on kicks / l’Australie gagne 4-1 aux tirs Canada officially eliminated / le Canada est officiellement éliminé From 21 Concacaf nations, champion Mexico and host USA qualified for the FIFA World Cup USA 1994 ; parmi 21 nations de la Concacaf, le Mexique (champion) et USA (hôte) se sont qualifiés pour la Coupe du Monde, USA 1994.

1994 CANADA MNT 1994 CAN MNT Ceccarelli, Paolo Dolan, Paul Forrest, Craig Harrington, Pat Onstad, Pat

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MP MS MIN GA CS 0 0 0 1 1 90 2 0 4 4 360 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CAN MNT

1994 CAN MNT MP MS Aunger, Geoff 5 3 Berdusco, Eddy 5 2 Carter, Ian 5 3 Catliff, John 5 1 Corazzin, Carlo 5 5 Dasovic, Nick 5 5 De Santis, Nick 0 0 Diotte, Patrick 0 0 Doliscat, Rudy 3 1 Easton, Jim 0 0 Fenwick, Paul 1 0 Fletcher, Carl 0 0 Fraser, Iain 5 5 Holness, Kevin 0 0 Hooper, Lyndon 5 4 Limniatis, John 5 2 MacDonald, Steven 1 1 Miller, Colin 5 5 Mobilio, Domenic 3 2 Needham, Grant 0 0 Norman, Dave 3 0 Odinga, Norm 0 0 Radzinski, Tomasz 0 0 Rizi, Marco 0 0 Sahrane, Abdel 0 0 Samuel, Randy 3 3 Sarantopoulos, Peter 0 0 Scott, Roderick 0 0 Watson, Mark 3 3 Yallop, Frank 5 5

MIN G A 300 217 1g 302 219 265 408 0 0 82 1g 0 25 0 414 1a 0 312 196 90 425 162 0 95 0 0 0 0 270 0 0 270 450

CAN MNT

Début

Début Début

1994 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi 1994 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1994-06-01 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN D 1:1 MAR Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard, att. 3,816 Referee / arbitre : Jack D’Aquila (Roy, Godon, Bucci). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Frank Yallop, 3 Ian Carter (18 Rudy Doliscat 71’), 4 Mark Watson, 6 Colin Miller, 8 Lyndon Hooper, 11 Domenic Mobilio (21 Eddy Berdusco 71’), 12 John Limniatis, 14 Iain Fraser début, 15 Nick Dasovic (20 Geoff Aunger 66’), 16 Carlo Corazzin début (9 John Catliff 58’). MAR 57’ Mohammed Chaouch 0-1 CAN 90’ Rudy Doliscat 1-1 1994 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1994-06-05 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN D 1:1 BRA TSN ; Commonwealth Stadium, att. 51,936 Referee / arbitre : Antonio Marrufo (Rogers, Nielsen, Seifert). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 4 Mark Watson, 2 Frank Yallop, 5 Randy Samuel, 14 Iain Fraser, 15 Nick Dasovic (18 Rudy Doliscat 72’), 6 Colin Miller capt., 12 John Limniatis (8 Lyndon Hooper HT), 3 Ian Carter (20 Geoff Aunger 60’), 11 Domenic Mobilio (21 Eddy Berdusco 61’), 16 Carlo Corazzin (9 John Catliff 57’). BRA 45’ Romario (right / droit) 0-1 CAN 69’ Eddy Berdusco (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Fraser) 1994 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1994-06-08 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 0:2 GER TSN ; Varsity Stadium, att. 20,124 Referee / arbitre : Stephen Lodge (Wigginton, Warren, Reed). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Frank Yallop, 4 Mark Watson, 5 Randy Samuel, 14 Iain Fraser (3 Ian Carter 54’), 15 Nick Dasovic, 6 Colin Miller capt., 8 Lyndon Hooper (12 John Limniatis 73’), 20


1995 CANADA MNT 1995 CAN MNT Caldwell, Garrett Ceccarelli, Paolo Dolan, Paul Forrest, Craig Onstad, Pat

MP MS MIN GA CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 407 9 1 3 3 270 3 0 2 1 133 2 0

1995 CAN MNT MP MS Aguiar, Fernando 1 1 Aunger, Geoff 9 8 Berdusco, Eddy 3 0 Biello, Mauro 1 0 Bunbury, Alex 4 4 Carter, Ian 1 0 Corazzin, Carlo 6 6 Dasovic, Nick 6 5 De Santis, Nick 1 1 Diotte, Patrick 1 1 Doliscat, Rudy 1 1 Fenwick, Paul 0 0 Fletcher, Carl 1 1 Fraser, Iain 8 8 Holness, Kevin 6 2 Hooper, Lyndon 7 7 Kouzmanis, Tom 3 3 Limniatis, John 1 1 MacDonald, Steven 1 0 MacLean, Ian 3 0 Marinaro, Hector 3 1 Miller, Colin 5 5 Mobilio, Domenic 0 0 Needham, Grant 0 0 Oliviero, Giuliano 1 0 Peschisolido, Paul 6 6

MIN G A 90 713 1g 2a 59 45 358 1g 1a 1 528 387 1a 90 60 45 0 90 620 220 1a 598 237 4g 90 30 94 82 450 1a 0 0 30 475 4g 1a

CAN MNT

CAN MNT Début Début

Début Début Début

Début

Début

1995 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi 1995 CANADA MNT SKYDOME CUP 1995-01-24 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 0:1 DEN TSN ; SkyDome, att. 10,024 Ref. / arbitre : Zimmerman Boulos (Olson, Tamberino, Camacho). CANADA : 22 Craig Forrest, 4 Randy Samuel, 3 Iain Fraser, 19 Frank Yallop, 5 Mark Watson, 6 Lyndon Hooper (6 Lyndon Hooper 58’), 20 Colin Miller capt., 8 Geoff Aunger, 16 Carlo Corazzin, 9 Alex Bunbury (Eddy Berdusco 88’), 10 Paul Peschisolido. DEN 53’ Bo Hansen (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Johansen) 1995 CANADA MNT SKYDOME CUP 1995-01-26 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN D 1:1 POR SkyDome, att. 13,658 Ref. / arbitre : Zimmerman Boulos Olson, Tamborino, Camacho). CANADA : Pat Onstad, Rudy Doliscat (Ian MacLean HT), Iain Fraser (Ian Carter 89’), 4 Randy Samuel capt., Mark Watson, 7 Nick Dasovic, 8 Geoff Aunger, Fernando Aguiar début, 16 Carlo Corazzin (Eddy Berdusco 78’), 9 Alex Bunbury, 10 Paul Peschisolido début. POR 10’ Folha (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Vado FK) CAN 83’ Alex Bunbury (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Aunger FK) 1995-01-29 SkyDome Cup - FINAL / FINALE : POR 4, DEN 3, CAN 1. 1995 CANADA MNT CANADA CUP 1995-05-22 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN W 2:0 NIR TSN ; Commonwealth Stadium, att. 10,000 Referee / arbitre : Brian Hall (Vergara, Blackwood, Seifert). 62nd / 62e match international “A” : Randy Samuel record. CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, 2 Frank Yallop, 3 Iain Fraser, 5 Randy Samuel, 13 Mark Watson, 4 Nick Dasovic (7 Kevin Holness 75’ début), 6 Colin Miller capt., 8 Lyndon Hooper, 11 Geoff Aunger (14 Marco Rizi 75’), 9 Paul Peschisolido, 10 Carlo Corazzin. CAN 9’ Paul Peschisolido (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Aunger) CAN 23’ Paul Peschisolido (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Miller) 1995 CANADA MNT CANADA CUP 1995-05-28 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN L 1:2 CHI TSN ; Commonwealth Stadium, att. 15,000 Referee / arbitre : Timothy Weyland (Vergara, Blackwood, Seifert). 50th / 50e match international “A” : Lyndon Hooper. CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, 2 Frank Yallop, 3 Iain Fraser (14 Marco Rizi HT), 5 Randy Samuel, 13 Mark Watson, 4 Nick Dasovic, 6 Colin Miller capt., 8 Lyndon Hooper, 11 Geoff Aunger, 9 Paul Peschisolido (7 Kevin Holness 25’, 12 Niall Thompson 74’), 10 Carlo Corazzin. CAN 13’ Paul Peschisolido (left / gauche) 1-0 CHI 32’ Esteban Valencia (right / droit) 1-1 CHI 87’ Marcelo Salas (left / gauche) 1-2 (a. Godberg) 1995 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1995-06-04 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 1:3 TUR TSN ; Varsity Stadium, att. 8,000 Ref. / arbitre : Mario van der Ende (Hepworth, Vergara, Camacho). CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, 2 Frank Yallop, 3 Iain Fraser (15 Ian MacLean 60’), 5 Randy Samuel (red / rouge), 13 Mark Watson (13 Marco Rizi 60’), 4 Nick Dasovic, 6 Colin Miller capt., 8 Lyndon

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CANADA SOCCER

291 1a 204 700 196 1g 761 540

CANADA MNT

3 1 8 2 9 6

FUTSAL - PARA

1994 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1994-06-12 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 0:3 NED TSN ; Varsity Stadium, att. 20,104 Referee / arbitre : Stephen Lodge (Wigginton, Warren). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 14 Iain Fraser, 5 Randy Samuel, 2 Frank Yallop, 3 Ian Carter, 15 Nick Dasovic, 6 Colin Miller capt. (17 Paul Fenwick 65’ début), 8 Lyndon Hooper (13 Dave Norman HT), 20 Geoff Aunger, 21 Eddy Berdusco (12 John Limniatis 78’), 16 Carlo Corazzin (9 John Catliff HT). NED 7’ Dennis Bergkamp (right / droit) 0-1 NED 13’ Marc Overmars (right / droit) 0-2 NED 37’ Frank Rijkaard (right / droit) 0-3

4 5 8 4 9 6

CANADA WNT

1994 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1994-06-10 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN L 0:2 ESP TSN, RDS ; Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard, att. 5,256 Referee / arbitre : Michael Reed (Wigginton, Warren, Lodge). CANADA : 22 GK Paul Dolan, 2 Frank Yallop, 19 Steven MacDonald, 18 Rudy Doliscat (21 Eddy Berdusco HT), 14 Iain Fraser, 6 Colin Miller capt., 8 Lyndon Hooper (12 John Limniatis 59’), 15 Nick Dasovic, 20 Geoff Aunger, 16 Carlo Corazzin (3 Ian Carter HT), 9 John Catliff (13 Dave Norman 64’). ESP 9’ Julio Salinas (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Goikoetxea) ESP 84’ Juanele (right / droit) 0-2

Radzinski, Tomasz Rizi, Marco Samuel, Randy Thompson, Niall Watson, Mark Yallop, Frank

HALL of FAME

Geoff Aunger (13 Dave Norman 66’), 21 Eddy Berdusco (9 John Catliff HT), 16 Carlo Corazzin (11 Domenic Mobilio 60’). GER 30’ Matthias Sammer (head / tête ) 0-1 (a. Brehme) GER 90’ Rudolf Völler (left / gauche) 0-2


Hooper, 11 Geoff Aunger (12 Niall Thompson HT), 9 Tomasz Radzinski début, 10 Carlo Corazzin. TUR 9’ Alpay Ozalan (right / droit) 0-1 TUR 12’ O. Temizkanoğlu (head / tête) 0-2 (a. Mandıralı CK) CAN 47’ Niall Thompson (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Dasovic) TUR 53’ Ertuğrul Sağlam (right / droit) 1-3 Red card / carton rouge 70’ Randy Samuel

1995 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1995-06-07 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN L 0:3 TUR TSN ; Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard, att. 1,000 Referee / arbitre : Mario van der Ende (Roy, Godon, Bucci). CANADA : 1 GK Paul Dolan, 3 Iain Fraser, 5 Randy Samuel, 13 Mark Watson, 6 Colin Miller, 4 Nick Dasovic (11 Geoff Aunger 10’), 7 Kevin Holness (17 Eddy Berdusco HT), 8 Lyndon Hooper, 14 Marco Rizi, 12 Niall Thompson (9 Tomasz Radzinski HT), 10 Carlo Corazzin. TUR 69’ Sergen Yalçın 0-1 TUR 86’ Ogün Temizkanoğlu 0-2 TUR 90’ Sağlam Ertuğrul 0-3 1995 CANADA MNT CARIBANA CUP 1995-08-01 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 3:1 JAM TSN ; Varsity Stadium, att. 5,000 Referee / arbitre : Esfandiar Baharmast (Roy, Hepworth, Camacho). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 3 Iain Fraser (14 Marco Rizi 66’), 5 Randy Samuel capt., 6 Mark Watson, 2 Frank Yallop, 16 Geoff Aunger, 8 Lyndon Hooper, 11 Tomasz Radzinski (7 Kevin Holness 66’), 4 Tom Kouzmanis début (15 Hector Marinaro 84’), 10 Paul Peschisolido, 9 Alex Bunbury. JAM 33’ Onandi Lowe (left / gauche) 0-1 CAN 34’ Tom Kouzmanis (left / gauche) 1-1 CAN 35’ Tom Kouzmanis (head / tête) 2-1 (a. Bunbury) CAN 57’ Geoff Aunger (right / droit) 3-1 (a. Peschisolido) 1995 CANADA MNT CARIBANA CUP 1995-08-03 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 3:1 TRI TSN ; Varsity Stadium, att. 3,000 Referee / arbitre : Esfandiar Baharmast (Roy, Hepworth, Camacho). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 3 Iain Fraser, 5 Randy Samuel capt., 6 Mark Watson (12 Ian MacLean 71’), 2 Frank Yallop, 16 Geoff Aunger (15 Hector Marinaro 63’), 8 Lyndon Hooper, 11 Tomasz Radzinski (7 Kevin Holness 63’), 4 Tom Kouzmanis, 10 Paul Peschisolido, 9 Alex Bunbury. CAN 35’ Tom Kouzmanis (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Radzinski) CAN 50’ Paul Peschisolido (left / gauche) 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 71’ Tom Kouzmanis (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Holness) TRI 90’ Alvin Boisson (right / droit) 3-1 1985-08-06 Caribana FINAL / FINALE : CAN 6 points; JAM 3; TRI 0. 1995 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1995-10-11 Concepcion, CHI CAN L 0:2 CHI Estadio Municipale, att. 11,700 CANADA : 18 Paul Dolan (GK Pat Onstad 47’), Patrick Diotte (Steven MacDonald 60’), John Limniatis, Mark Watson, Carl Fletcher, Kevin Holness (Giuliano Oliviero HT début), Geoff Aunger, Nick De Santis, Tom Kouzmanis, Niall Thompson, Hector Marinaro (Mauro Biello HT début). CHI 47’ Sebastian Rozental (PK left foot / pied gauche) 0-1 CHI 66’ Marcelo Salas (left / gauche) 0-2 (a. Rojas)

1996 CANADA MNT 1996 CAN MNT Dolan, Paul Forrest, Craig

58

MP MS MIN GA CS 2 1 97 0 1 8 8 713 7 4

FIFA WCQ & GC 4.WCQ & 1.GC 2.WCQ & 3.GC

Larkin, Jim Onstad, Pat

0 0

0 0

0 0

1996 CAN MNT MP MS Aguiar, Fernando 3 0 Aristodemo, Robbie 0 0 Aunger, Geoff 8 8 Bent, Jason 0 0 Berdusco, Eddy 0 0 Bunbury, Alex 9 8 Capasso, Tony 0 0 Carter, Ian 0 0 Corazzin, Carlo 8 5 Dasovic, Nick 7 5 De Rosario, Dwayne 0 0 deVos, Jason 0 0 Dugas, Martin 0 0 Fenwick, Paul 2 2 Fletcher, Carl 3 2 Fraser, Iain 7 6 Hikida, Richard 0 0 Holness, Kevin 3 2 Hooper, Lyndon 9 9 Kouzmanis, Tom 1 1 Limniatis, John 5 1 MacLean, Ian 0 0 Miller, Colin 8 7 Mobilio, Domenic 3 2 Peschisolido, Paul 5 5 Pizzolitto, Nevio 0 0 Radzinski, Tomasz 7 7 Samuel, Randy 6 6 Stalteri, Paul 0 0 Thompson, Niall 1 0 Watson, Mark 6 6 Xausa, Davide 0 0 Yallop, Frank 8 8

MIN G A 99 0 606 1g 3a 0 0 750 3g 1a 0 0 546 2g 447 1g 0 0 0 135 225 559 0 154 2g 704 1a 45 166 0 700 114 346 3g 0 604 1g 3a 540 0 34 540 1g 0 646

3.WCQ & 2.GC FIFA WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ & 2.GC 3.WCQ & 2.GC 1.GC 2.WCQ & 1.GC 2.WCQ 1.GC 2.GC 2.WCQ & 1.GC 1.WCQ & 1.GC 1.WCQ & 1.GC 3.WCQ & 2.GC 1.GC 3.WCQ & 3.GC 3.WCQ & 3.GC 3.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ & 1.GC 4.WCQ 2.GC 2.WCQ 2.WCQ & 3.GC

1996 CONCACAF GOLD CUP 1996 Concacaf Gold Cup / Coupe d’Or de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi Place : 5th / 5e 1996 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE B 1996-01-10 Anaheim, CA, USA CAN W 3:1 HON TSN; Anaheim Stadium, att. 27,125 Referee / arbitre : Peter Prendergast (Olson, Cardona). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Frank Yallop, 3 Iain Fraser, 6 Colin Miller capt., 25 Paul Fenwick (23 Carl Fletcher HT), 8 Lyndon Hooper, 11 Tom Kouzmanis (9 Alex Bunbury HT), 14 Geoff Aunger (15 John Limniatis 81’), 16 Kevin Holness, 7 Tomasz Radzinski, 12 Carlo Corazzin. CAN 9’ Carlo Corazzin (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Aunger) CAN 27’ Kevin Holness (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Aunger) HON 40’ Presley Carson (right / droit) 2-1 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 63’ Kevin Holness (left / gauche) 3-1 (rebound / rebonde) 1996 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE B 1996-01-12 Los Angeles, CA, USA CAN L 1:4 BRA TSN ; Memorial Coliseum, att. 8,234 Referee / arbitre : Ronald Gutierrez (Powell, Zefrin, Prendergast). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Frank Yallop, 3 Iain Fraser, 6 Colin Miller capt., 23 Carl Fletcher, 8 Lyndon Hooper, 7 Tomasz Radzinski, 14 Geoff Aunger (14 Geoff Aunger HT), 16 Kevin Holness (20 Niall Thompson 56’), 12 Carlo Corazzin, 9 Alex Bunbury. BRA 3’ Luis Andre (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Arilson) BRA 7’ Caio (left / gauche) 0-2 (a. .. FK)


1996-07-14 Canada 1:1 Portugal Olympic Toronto, ON, CAN, Varsity Stadium, att. 10,000 Canada goal / but par Paul Stalteri

FRANCE 1998 QUALIFIERS 1998 FIFA World Cup France Qualifiers Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi 1996 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 1996-08-30 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN W 3:1 PAN Commonwealth Stadium, att. 5,240 Referee / arbitre : Emiliano Ramirez (Salinas, Vindel, Centero). 50th / 50e match international “A” : Alex Bunbury. CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 13 Mark Watson, 2 Frank Yallop, 5 Randy Samuel capt., 3 Iain Fraser, 4 Nick Dasovic (12 Carlo Corazzin 54’), 8 Lyndon Hooper, 14 Geoff Aunger, 6 Colin Miller, 9 Alex Bunbury, 10 Paul Peschisolido. CAN 41’ Geoff Aunger (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-0 CAN 43’ Paul Peschisolido (right / droit) 2-0 PAN 49’ Jorge Dely Valdés (left / gauche) 2-1 CAN 87’ Carlo Corazzin (right / droit) 3-1 (rebound / rebonde) 1996 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 1996-10-10 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN W 2:0 CUB TSN ; Commonwealth Stadium, att. 4,900 Referee / arbitre : Ramesh Ramdhan (Mohammed, Kelly, Murray). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 13 Mark Watson, 2 Frank Yallop, 5 Randy Samuel capt., 6 Colin Miller, 7 Tomasz Radzinski, 8 Lyndon Hooper, 14 Geoff Aunger, 11 Domenic Mobilio (4 Nick Dasovic 62’), 9 Alex Bunbury, 10 Paul Peschisolido. CAN 29’ Alex Bunbury (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Radzinski CK) CAN 54’ Paul Peschisolido 2-0 1996 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 1996-10-13 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN W 2:0 CUB TSN ; Commonwealth Stadium, att. 7,800 Referee / arbitre : Carlos Mendizabel (Alvarez, Gonzalez, Morales). 50th / 50e match international “A” : Colin Miller. CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 13 Mark Watson, 2 Frank Yallop (red / rouge), 5 Randy Samuel capt., 6 Colin Miller, 11 Domenic Mobilio (4 Nick Dasovic HT), 8 Lyndon Hooper, 14 Geoff Aunger, 7 Tomasz Radzinski (3 Iain Fraser 71’), 9 Alex Bunbury, 10 Paul Peschisolido (12 Carlo Corazzin HT).

1996 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 1996-11-03 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN W 1:0 SLV Swangard Stadium, att. 6,858 Ref. / arbitre : Ronald Gutierrez (Ledezman, Barrantes, Cedeno). Suspended / suspendu : Forrest, Peschisolido, Watson. CANADA : 18 GK Paul Dolan, 3 Iain Fraser, 2 Frank Yallop, 5 Randy Samuel capt., 6 Colin Miller, 4 Nick Dasovic, 8 Lyndon Hooper (15 John Limniatis 62’), 14 Geoff Aunger (21 Fernando Aguiar HT), 7 Tomasz Radzinski, 12 Carlo Corazzin, 9 Alex Bunbury. CAN 65’ Alex Bunbury (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-0 Penalty save / arrête par GK Paul Dolan 1996 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 1996-12-15 San Salvador, SLV CAN W 2:0 SLV Estadio Cuscatlán, att. 15,233 Referee / arbitre : Eduardo Brizio (Martinez, Gomez, Rebolledo). Suspended / suspendu : Geoff Aunger. CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Frank Yallop, 13 Mark Watson, 5 Randy Samuel capt., 3 Iain Fraser, 4 Nick Dasovic, 15 John Limniatis (21 Fernando Aguiar 76’), 8 Lyndon Hooper (6 Colin Miller 20’), 7 Tomasz Radzinski (11 Domenic Mobilio 83’), 9 Alex Bunbury, 12 Carlo Corazzin. CAN 61’ Mark Watson (head / tête) 1-0 (a. CK) CAN 78’ Alex Bunbury (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Radzinski FK) GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 16 points; SLV 10; PAN 5; CUB 3.

1997 FIFA WCQ 1997 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Dolan, Paul 4 4 360 7 1 Forrest, Craig 7 7 630 14 2 Onstad, Pat 0 0 1997 CAN MNT MP MS MIN G A Aguiar, Fernando 8 5 475 1a Aristodemo, Robbie 1 0 45 Aunger, Geoff 10 8 690 Bent, Jason 3 3 225 Berdusco, Eddy 4 2 209 1g Biello, Mauro 1 1 45 Bunbury, Alex 10 10 866 2g Clarke, Jeff 1 0 37 Corazzin, Carlo 9 7 591 1g Dasovic, Nick 2 2 145 De Rosario, Dwayne 0 0 0 De Santis, Nick 3 3 270 deVos, Jason 3 2 225

FIFA WCQ 4.WCQ 2.WCQ 3.WCQ FIFA WCQ 1.WCQ Début 2.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ 3.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ

59

CANADA SOCCER

1996 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 1996-10-27 Ciudad Panamá, PAN CAN D 0:0 PAN Estadio Rommel Fernández, att. 7,388 Referee / arbitre : Carlos Batres (Campollo, Gungol). Suspended / suspendu : Frank Yallop. CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest (red / rouge), 3 Iain Fraser, 13 Mark Watson, 5 Randy Samuel, 6 Colin Miller, 4 Nick Dasovic (21 Fernando Aguiar 50’), 8 Lyndon Hooper, 14 Geoff Aunger (12 Carlo Corazzin 75’), 7 Tomasz Radzinski, 9 Alex Bunbury (18 GK Paul Dolan 83’), 10 Paul Peschisolido (red / rouge). Red card / carton rouge 64’ Paul Peschisolido Red card / carton rouge PAN 64’ Rolando Botello Red card / carton rouge 83’ GK Craig Forrest

CANADA MNT

Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi (Coach 5 June / entraîneur le 5 juin Alan Errington) 1996 CANADA MNT CANADA CUP 1996-06-05 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 0:1 CRC Rogers ; Varsity Stadium, att. 3,822 Referee / arbitre : José Farias (Hepworth, Roy, Wilcox). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 13 Mark Watson, 2 Frank Yallop capt., 25 Paul Fenwick, 23 Carl Fletcher, 4 Nick Dasovic, 8 Lyndon Hooper (15 John Limniatis 82’), 10 Paul Peschisolido (red / rouge), 14 Geoff Aunger, 9 Alex Bunbury (16 Kevin Holness 82’), 12 Carlo Corazzin Red card / carton rouge 57’ Paul Peschisolido Y2R CRC 80’ Ronald Gomez (left / gauche) 0-1

CAN 15’ Paul Peschisolido 1-0 (a. Aunger) Red card / carton rouge 16’ Frank Yallop Y2R Red card / carton rouge 72’ Mario Pedrasa CAN 79’ Nick Dasovic 2-0 (a. Bunbury)

FUTSAL - PARA

1996 INTERNATIONALS

CANADA WNT

BRA 14’ Savio (head / tête) 0-3 (a. Ze Maria) CAN 66’ Tomasz Radzinski (right / droit) 1-3 (a. Hooper) BRA 86’ Leandro (left / gauche) 1-4 (a. Ze Maria) GROUP / GROUPE : BRA 6 points; CAN 3; HON 0.

HALL of FAME


Fenwick, Paul Fletcher, Carl Fraser, Iain Hooper, Lyndon Kouzmanis, Tom Kusch, Garret Limniatis, John Miller, Colin Mobilio, Domenic Nash, Martin Peschisolido, Paul Radzinski, Tomasz Samuel, Randy Stalteri, Paul Watson, Mark Yallop, Frank

1 0 7 3 1 156 1g 10 9 795 1a 4 2 175 1 1 45 8 3 406 2 1 104 8 8 683 2 0 90 8 6 467 5 5 350 2 2 180 9 9 810 1 0 45 11 11 887 9 9 810

2.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ 3.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 3.WCQ 3.WCQ 3.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ 4.WCQ Début 2.WCQ 2.WCQ

FRANCE 1998 QUALIFIERS 1998 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers France Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi 1997 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1997-03-02 México, DF, MEX CAN L 0:4 MEX Estadio Azteca, att. 90,000 Referee / arbitre : Argellio Sabillón (Rivera, Gross, Rodriguez). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 13 Mark Watson, 2 Frank Yallop, 5 Randy Samuel capt., 3 Iain Fraser, 14 Geoff Aunger (12 Carlo Corazzin 60’), 8 Lyndon Hooper, 6 Colin Miller, 4 Nick Dasovic (15 John Limniatis 76’), 10 Paul Peschisolido (21 Fernando Aguiar 49’), 9 Alex Bunbury. MEX 51’ Carlos Hermosillo (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Hernández) MEX 61’ Benjamín Galindo (PK left foot / pied gauche) 0-2 MEX 81’ Carlos Hermosillo (left / gauche) 0-3 (a. Ramirez) MEX 88’ Luis Roberto Alves (left / gauche) 0-4 1997 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1997-03-16 Palo Alto, CA, USA CAN L 0:3 USA Stanford Stadium, att. 28,896 Referee / arbitre : Luis Hector Oliveto (Taibi, Rattalino, Pascualino). 75th / 75e match international : Randy Samuel. CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 6 Colin Miller (3 Iain Fraser 53’), 5 Randy Samuel capt., 13 Mark Watson, 2 Frank Yallop, 14 Geoff Aunger, 8 Lyndon Hooper (21 Fernando Aguiar 53’), 15 John Limniatis, 12 Carlo Corazzin, 9 Alex Bunbury, 10 Paul Peschisolido USA 7’ Eric Wynalda (PK right foot / pied droit)) 0-1 USA 14’ Eddie Pope (head / tête) 0-2 (a. Wagner) USA 89’ Ernie Stewart (right / droit) 0-3 (a. Mason) 1997 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1997-04-06 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN D 0:0 SLV TSN ; Swangard Stadium, att. 8,312 Ref. / arbitre : Fernando Sanchez (Campos, Sanhueza, Robles). Suspended / suspendu : Frank Yallop. CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 3 Iain Fraser (25 Paul Fenwick 83’), 5 Randy Samuel capt., 13 Mark Watson, 6 Colin Miller, 10 Paul Peschisolido (red / rouge), 21 Fernando Aguiar, 14 Geoff Aunger (2 Garret Kusch 64’ début), 7 Martin Nash début (8 Lyndon Hooper 73’), 9 Alex Bunbury, 12 Carlo Corazzin. Red card / carton rouge 31’ Paul Peschisolido Y2R 1997 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1997-04-27 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN D 0:0 JAM Swangard Stadium, att. 7,634 Referee / arbitre : Ramesh Ramdhan (Kelly, Gonzales, Murray). Suspended / suspendu : Paul Peschisolido.

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50th / 50e match international “A” : Paul Dolan. CANADA : 18 GK Paul Dolan, 2 Frank Yallop, 5 Randy Samuel capt., 13 Mark Watson, 3 Iain Fraser, 7 Tomasz Radzinski, 14 Geoff Aunger, 21 Fernando Aguiar, 11 Martin Nash (23 Garret Kusch 52’), 9 Alex Bunbury, 12 Carlo Corazzin. Red card / carton rouge 83’ JAM Gregory Messam 1997 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1997-06-01 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN W 1:0 CRC Commonwealth Stadium, att. 9,100 Referee / arbitre : Nelson Calix (Salinas, Rivera, Rodrigues). Suspended / suspendu : Geoff Aunger. CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Frank Yallop, 13 Mark Watson, 5 Randy Samuel capt., 3 Iain Fraser, 12 Carlo Corazzin (20 Eddy Berdusco HT), 6 Colin Miller, 15 Fernando Aguiar, 11 Martin Nash (8 Lyndon Hooper 75’), 9 Alex Bunbury, 17 Garret Kusch. CAN 68’ Eddy Berdusco (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Aguiar)

1997 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi 1997 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1997-08-17 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 0:1 IRN Varsity Stadium, att. 15,325 Referee / arbitre : Esfandiar Baharmast (Hepworth, Roy, Farias). CANADA : 18 GK Paul Dolan, 3 Iain Fraser, 4 Jason deVos début, 13 Mark Watson, 5 Carl Fletcher (2 Jeff Clarke 53’ début), 14 Geoff Aunger capt., 6 Nick De Santis, 7 Tom Kouzmanis (15 Paul Stalteri HT début), 12 Mauro Biello (8 Robbie Aristodemo HT début), 9 Garret Kusch, 10 Eddy Berdusco. IRN 45’ Karim Bagheri (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-1

FRANCE 1998 QUALIFIERS 1998 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers France Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi 1997 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1997-09-07 Kingston, JAM CAN L 0:1 JAM National Stadium, att. 30,000 Referee / arbitre : Oscar Julian Ruiz Acosta (Botero, Wilson, Russi). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Frank Yallop, 13 Mark Watson, 5 Randy Samuel, 3 Iain Fraser (11 Martin Nash HT), 6 Colin Miller, 15 Fernando Aguiar (12 Carlo Corazzin 73’), 14 Geoff Aunger, 7 Tomasz Radzinski, 9 Alex Bunbury (17 Garret Kusch 64’), 10 Paul Peschisolido. JAM 55’ Deon Burton 0-1 1997 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1997-09-14 San Salvador, SLV CAN L 1:4 SLV TSN ; Estadio Cuscatlán, att. 27,767 Ref. / arbitre : Mario Escobar Lopez (Trujillo, Campollo, Ramirez). Suspended / suspendu : Colin Miller. CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Frank Yallop, 13 Mark Watson, 5 Randy Samuel capt., 3 Iain Fraser, 26 Nick De Santis, 15 Fernando Aguiar (14 Geoff Aunger 40’), 12 Carlo Corazzin (11 Martin Nash 63’), 10 Paul Peschisolido, 9 Alex Bunbury, 17 Garret Kusch (20 Eddy Berdusco 75’). SLV 16’ Nidelson De Mello (right / droit) 0-1 CAN 25’ Alex Bunbury (head / tête) 1-1 (a Fraser) SLV 52’ William Renderos (right / droit) 1-2 SLV 57’ Mauricio Cienfuegos (left / gauche) 1-3 (rebound / rebonde) SLV 88’ Raul Diaz Arce (right / droit) 1-4


GROUP / GROUPE : MEX 18; USA 17; JAM 14; CRC 12; SLV 10; CAN 6. From 28 Concacaf nations, Mexico (champion), USA and Jamaica qualified for the FIFA World Cup France 1998 ; parmi 28 nations de la Concacaf, le Mexique (champion), USA et la Jamaïque se sont qualifiés pour la Coupe du Monde, France 1998.

1998 CANADA MNT 1998 CAN MNT Larkin, Jim Onstad, Pat

MP MS MIN GA CS 0 0 0 1 1 90 0 1

CAN MNT

1998 CAN MNT MP MS MIN G A Aristodemo, Robbie 1 1 75 Bent, Jason 1 1 90 Clarke, Jeff 1 1 54 De Rosario, Dwayne 1 0 36 deVos, Jason 1 1 90 Fletcher, Carl 1 1 90

CAN MNT

Début

Début Début Début Début Début Début

1998 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Bruce Twamley 1998 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1998-05-18 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 1:0 MKD Rogers ; Varsity Stadium, att. 8,491 Referee / arbitre : José Farias (Hepworth, Vergara, Jerome). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad capt., 2 Jeff Clarke (15 Ante Jazic 54’ début), 3 Richard Hastings début (6 Chris Franks 63’ début), 4 Carl Fletcher, 5 Jason deVos, 8 Jason Bent, 14 Brad Parker, début 16 Tony Menezes début, 12 Robbie Aristodemo (17 Steve Kindel 75’ début), 7 Paul Stalteri, 13 Niall Thompson (10 Dwayne De Rosario 54’ début). CAN 6’ Niall Thompson (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Hastings CK) Red card / carton rouge 76’ MKD Gorgi Hristov

CANADA SOCCER

27 63 1a 36 15 90 90 90 54 1g 0

CANADA MNT

0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0

1999 CANADA MNT 1999 CAN MNT Forrest, Craig Franks, Michael Hirschfeld, Lars Onstad, Pat Sutton, Greg

MP MS MIN GA CS 1 1 90 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 9 810 7 4 0 0 0

GCQ GCQ

1999 CAN MNT Aguiar, Fernando Aristodemo, Robbie Bent, Jason Biello, Mauro Bircham, Marc Brennan, Jim Bunbury, Alex Clarke, Jeff Corazzin, Carlo Dasovic, Nick De Rosario, Dwayne deVos, Jason Fenwick, Paul Fletcher, Carl Hastings, Richard Jazic, Ante Kindel, Steve Kusch, Garret Mathot, Jason Menezes, Tony Parker, Brad Peschisolido, Paul Pizzolitto, Nevio Radzinski, Tomasz Stalteri, Paul Terroso, Nilton Thomas, Elvis Watson, Mark Xausa, Davide

MP MS MIN G A 1 0 45 1 0 45 6 5 495 1 0 9 10 9 771 1g 4a 9 9 743 1g 1a 0 0 0 6 3 312 4 3 246 3g 10 10 799 2 1 63 10 10 895 1g 2a 4 4 360 7 5 455 1g 2 2 171 1 0 22 3 0 55 7 6 474 1a 0 0 0 6 6 483 6 2 299 1 1 90 1a 3 3 269 0 0 0 10 10 876 1g 1a 0 0 0 1 0 25 5 5 405 7 6 536 2g

GCQ

GCQ

GCQ GCQ Début & GCQ Début & GCQ GCQ GCQ GCQ GCQ GCQ GCQ GCQ

GCQ GCQ Début & GCQ GCQ Début & GCQ Début

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1997 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1997-11-16 San José, CRC CAN L 1:3 CRC Estadio Nacional, att. 42,000 Referee / arbitre : Antonio Pereira Da Silva (Menezes, Gusmao). CANADA : 18 GK Paul Dolan, 2 Frank Yallop, 5 Randy Samuel, 13 Mark Watson (23 Carl Fletcher HT), 3 Iain Fraser, 6 Colin Miller, 19 Jason Bent, 14 Geoff Aunger, 11 Martin Nash (27 Jason deVos HT), 9 Alex Bunbury (red / rouge), 24 Eddy Berdusco (17 Garret Kusch 59’). CRC 7’ Richard Smith 0-1 (a. Quirós) CRC 15’ Fárlen Ilhama 0-2 CAN 48’ Carl Fletcher 1-2 Red card / carton rouge 82’ Alex Bunbury Y2R CRC 89’ Luis Marín (PK) 1-3

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

CANADA WNT

1997 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1997-11-09 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN L 0:3 USA Swangard Stadium, att. 8,420 Ref. / arbitre : John Jairo Toro Rendon (Perdomo, Agudelo, Diaz). Suspended / suspendu : Randy Samuel. CANADA : 18 GK Paul Dolan, 2 Frank Yallop capt., 13 Mark Watson, 27 Jason deVos, 3 Iain Fraser, 6 Colin Miller, 19 Jason Bent (7 Domenic Mobilio HT), 4 Nick Dasovic (14 Geoff Aunger 69’), 12 Carlo Corazzin, 9 Alex Bunbury, 11 Martin Nash (17 Garret Kusch 60’). USA 5’ Claudio Reyna (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Wegerle FK) USA 81’ Roy Wegerle (right / droit) 0-2 USA 90’+4 Roy Wegerle (right / droit) 0-3 Canada officially eliminated / le Canada est officiellement éliminé USA qualified / USA se qualifie pour France 1998

Franks, Chris Hastings, Richard Jazic, Ante Kindel, Steve Menezes, Tony Parker, Brad Stalteri, Paul Thompson, Niall Xausa, Davide

HALL of FAME

1997 CANADA MNT CONCACAF HEX 1997-10-12 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN D 2:2 MEX TSN ; Commonwealth Stadium, att. 11,806 Referee / arbitre : Carlos Mendizabal (Alvarez, De Paz, Escobar). Suspended / suspendu : Iain Fraser. 50th / 50e match international “A” : Frank Yallop. CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 13 Mark Watson (23 Carl Fletcher 32’), 2 Frank Yallop, 5 Randy Samuel capt., 6 Colin Miller, 12 Carlo Corazzin (15 Fernando Aguiar 76’), 19 Jason Bent début, 4 Nick De Santis, 11 Martin Nash, 14 Geoff Aunger (7 Domenic Mobilio HT), 9 Alex Bunbury. MEX 7’ Enrique Alfaro (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Herosillo) CAN 55’ Carlo Corazzin (right / droit) 1-1 CAN 64’ Alex Bunbury (right / droit) 2-1 MEX 86’ Ramón Ramírez (left / gauche) 2-2


1999 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Holger Osieck 1999 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1999-04-27 Belfast, NIR CAN D 1:1 NIR Sportsnet ; Windsor Park, att. 7,663 Referee / arbitre : M. McCurry. 50th / 50e match international “A” : Mark Watson. CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest capt., 3 Brad Parker, 4 Mark Watson, 5 Jason deVos, 6 Davide Xausa début (15 Marc Bircham 59’ début), 8 Nick Dasovic, 10 Jason Bent, 11 Jim Brennan début, 9 Paul Peschisolido, 7 Paul Stalteri (14 Garret Kusch 66’), 2 Jeff Clarke. CAN 67’ Marc Bircham (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Peschisolido) NIR 90’+2 CAN own goal / but contre son camp 1-1 (o.g.) 1999 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1999-05-29 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 1:0 GUA Sportsnet ; Varsity Stadium, att. 4,500 Referee / arbitre : Michael Kennedy (Kristo, Schofield, Farias). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad capt., 2 Jeff Clarke (15 Carl Fletcher HT), 4 Paul Fenwick, 5 Jason deVos, 3 Jim Brennan (13 Ante Jazic 68’), 9 Marc Bircham (16 Steve Kindel 85’), 6 Tony Menezes, 8 Nick Dasovic, 11 Davide Xausa, 7 Paul Stalteri, 10 Garret Kusch. CAN 5’ Davide Xausa (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Kusch) 1999 CANADA MNT CANADA CUP 1999-06-02 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN W 2:0 GUA Sportsnet ; Commonwealth Stadium, att. 5,821 Referee / arbitre : Kevin Terry (Vergara, Reid, Proctor). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad capt., 5 Jason deVos, 6 Tony Menezes (red / rouge), 12 Mark Watson, 3 Jim Brennan, 8 Nick Dasovic, 9 Marc Bircham, 11 Davide Xausa, 15 Carl Fletcher, 10 Garret Kusch, 7 Paul Stalteri. Red card / carton rouge 33’ Tony Menezes CAN 42’ Paul Stalteri (head / tête) 1-0 (a. deVos) CAN 62’ Jason deVos (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Bircham) Red card / carton rouge 77’ GUA Erick Miranda 1999 CANADA MNT CANADA CUP 1999-06-04 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN L 0:1 IRN Sportsnet ; Commonwealth Stadium, att. 8,865 Referee / arbitre : Antonio Marrufo (Kristo, .., Terry). Suspended / suspendu : Tony Menezes. CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad capt., 4 Paul Fenwick, 5 Jason deVos, 12 Mark Watson, 3 Jim Brennan, 8 Nick Dasovic, 9 Marc Bircham, 11 Davide Xausa, 15 Carl Fletcher (2 Jeff Clarke 68’), 7 Paul Stalteri, 10 Garret Kusch (17 Jason Benth HT). IRN 71’ Ali Daie (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Dinmohammadi FK) 1999 CANADA MNT CANADA CUP 1999-06-06 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN L 1:2 ECU Sportsnet ; Commonwealth Stadium, att. 10,026 Referee / arbitre : Antonio Marrufo (Vergara, Fearn, Seifert). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad capt., 3 Jim Brennan, 5 Jason deVos, 6 Tony Menezes, 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Nick Dasovic (14 Brad Parker 34’), 9 Marc Bircham (16 Steve Kindel HT), 10 Garret Kusch (11 Davide Xausa HT), 12 Mark Watson (2 Jeff Clarke HT), 15 Carl Fletcher, 17 Jason Bent. ECU 17’ Ariel Graziani (right / droit) 0-1 CAN 50’ Davide Xausa (right / droit) 1-1 (a. deVos) ECU 54’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 1-2 (o.g.) 1999 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1999-07-09 Fullerton, CA, USA CAN L 0:2 KSA CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 6 Paul Fenwick, 5 Jason deVos (13 Steve Kindel 85’), 4 Mark Watson, 3 Richard Hastings, 2 Brad Parker (15 Robbie Aristodemo HT), 7 Marc Bircham (14 Jeff Clarke

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70’), 8 Nick Dasovic (12 Fernando Aguiar HT), 11 Davide Xausa, 10 Garret Kusch, 9 Paul Stalteri. KSA 76’ Ibrahim Suaed 0-1 KSA 90’ Hussain Abdulghani 0-2 1999 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 1999-09-02 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 1:0 JAM Sportsnet ; Varsity Stadium, att. 8,568 Referee / arbitre : Ali Saheli (Kristo, Schofield, Orellano). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 11 Jim Brennan (13 Carl Fletcher HT), 3 Nevio Pizzolitto début (15 Carlo Corazzin 90’), 4 Tony Menezes, 5 Jason deVos capt., 6 Marc Bircham, 2 Jeff Clarke, 8 Nick Dasovic, 9 Davide Xausa (14 Dwayne De Rosario 72’), 10 Garret Kusch, 7 Paul Stalteri CAN 53’ Jim Brennan (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Bircham)

1999 GOLD CUP QUALIFIERS 1999 Concacaf Gold Cup Qualifying Qualification pour la Coupe d’Or de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Holger Osieck 1999 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1999-10-06 Los Angeles, CA, USA CAN D 0:0 CUB Sportsnet ; Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, att. 6,583 Referee / arbitre : Argelio Sabillon (Clemroy, Bobadilla, Archundia). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 3 Paul Fenwick, 4 Tony Menezes, 5 Jason deVos capt., 6 Jason Bent, 7 Marc Bircham, 8 Nick Dasovic, 9 Carlo Corazzin, 10 Paul Stalteri, 11 Jim Brennan, 17 Dwayne De Rosario (16 Brad Parker HT). 1999 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1999-10-08 Los Angeles, CA, USA CAN W 2:1 SLV Sportsnet ; Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, att. 6,507 Referee / arbitre : Benito Archundia (Ramos, Bobadilla, Badilla). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 2 Carl Fletcher (16 Brad Parker 72’), 4 Tony Menezes, 5 Jason deVos capt., 6 Jason Bent, 7 Marc Bircham, 8 Nick Dasovic, 12 Nevio Pizzolitto, 9 Carlo Corazzin, 10 Paul Stalteri, 11 Jim Brennan. CAN 8’ Carlo Corazzin (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Stalteri) Red card / carton rouge 38’ SLV Mauricio Cienfuegos SLV 46’ Raul Diaz Arce (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 CAN 58’ Carl Fletcher (left / gauche) 1-2 (a. Bircham) 1999 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1999-10-10 Los Angeles, CA, USA CAN W 2:1 HAI Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, att. 3,605 Referee / arbitre : Argelio Sabillon (Clemroy, Ramirez, Archundia). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 2 Carl Fletcher (16 Brad Parker HT), 5 Jason deVos capt., 6 Jason Bent, 7 Marc Bircham, 8 Nick Dasovic, 9 Carlo Corazzin (15 Elvis Thomas 65’ début), 10 Paul Stalteri, 12 Nevio Pizzolitto, 14 Richard Hastings (Mauro Biello 81’), 11 Jim Brennan. CAN 8’ Carlo Corazzin 1-0 (a. Bircham) CAN 42’ Carlo Corazzin 2-0 (a. Brennan) HAI 47’ Johnny Descolines (head / tête) 2-1 (a.. CK) Red card / carton rouge 74’ HAI Chrismonor Thélusma GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 7 points; HAI 4; CUB 4; SLV 1.

2000 CANADA MNT 2000 CAN MNT Forrest, Craig Franks, Michael Hirschfeld, Lars Onstad, Pat

MP MS MIN GA CS FIFA WCQ & GC 7 7 614 3 5 4.GC 0 0 0 1.WCQ 1 0 18 0 0 Début & 1.WCQ 10 10 900 9 6 4.WCQ & 3.GC


1.WCQ 1.WCQ & 1.GC 1.WCQ & 1.GC 3.WCQ & 2.GC 3.WCQ 2.WCQ & 1.GC 2.WCQ & 1.GC 3.WCQ & 3.GC 3.WCQ 1.WCQ & 1.GC Début & 1.WCQ 2.WCQ & 1.GC Début & 1.WCQ 1.WCQ & 1.GC 2.WCQ & 1.GC 3.WCQ & 2.GC Début & 1.WCQ 1.WCQ & 1.GC 1.GC 1.WCQ 3.WCQ & 3.GC 1.WCQ & 1.GC

2000 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Holger Osieck 2000 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2000-01-08 Port of Spain, TRI CAN D 0:0 TRI Hasely Crawford Stadium, att. 6,760 Referee / arbitre : Peter Prendergast (Gonzales, Spencer, Bhimull). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 2 Paul Fenwick, 3 Carl Fletcher (11 Marin Nash 80’), 5 Jason deVos, 6 Richard Hastings, 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Jason Bent, 9 Carlo Corazzin (4 Nevio Pizzolitto 85’), 10 Davide Xausa, 12 Brad Parker (12 Brad Parker 85’), 14 Elvis Thomas. 2000 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2000-01-11 Devonshire Parish, BER CAN W 2:0 BER National Sports Centre, att. 1,400 Referee / arbitre : Stuart Crockwith (Mouchette, Simmons, Knight). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest (22 GK Lars Hirschfeld 72’ début), 2 Paul Fenwick, 3 Carl Fletcher, 5 Jason deVos capt. (4 Nevio Pizzolitto 85’), 6 Richard Hastings, 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Jason Bent INJ (15 Robbie Aristodemo 40’), 9 Carlo Corazzin, 10 Davide Xausa, 11 Martin Nash, 14 Elvis Thomas. CAN 25’ Martin Nash 1-0 (a. Stalteri) CAN 30’ Martin Nash 2-0 (a. Stalteri)

2000 CONCACAF GOLD CUP 2000 Concacaf Gold Cup / Coupe d’Or de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Holger Osieck Champion Most Valuable Player / joueur par excellence : Craig Forrest Most Outstanding Goalkeeper / meilleur gardien: Craig Forrest Top Scorer / meilleur buteur : Carlo Corazzin Top Rookie / meilleur recrue : Richard Hastings All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles : Corazzin, deVos, Forrest

2000 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE D 2000-02-15 Los Angeles, CA, USA CAN D 0:0 KOR Sportsnet ; Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, att. 23,621 Referee / arbitre : Brian Hall (Reyes, Charles, Rodriguez). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 15 Richard Hastings, 13 Mark Watson, 4 Tony Menezes, 5 Jason deVos capt., 11 Jim Brennan, 10 Davide Xausa, 7 Paul Stalteri, 12 Jeff Clarke, 9 Carlo Corazzin, 17 Paul Peschisolido (26 Dwayne De Rosario 63’). GROUP / GROUPE : CRC 2 points; CAN 2; KOR 2. Canada won coin toss / le Canada gagne le tirage. 2000 CANADA MNT (92 min) QUARTER / QUART 2000-02-20 San Diego, CA, USA CAN W 2:1 MEX Sportsnet ; Qualcomm Stadium, att. 18,062 Referee / arbitre : Peter Prendergast (Rathipal, Bertiga, Rodriguez). 50th / 50e match international “A” : Craig Forrest. CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 13 Mark Watson, 4 Tony Menezes, 5 Jason deVos capt., 11 Jim Brennan, 10 Davide Xausa (21 Marin Nash 62’), 7 Paul Stalteri, 15 Richard Hastings, 12 Jeff Clarke, 9 Carlo Corazzin, 17 Paul Peschisolido (16 Garret Kusch 86’). MEX 35’ Ramón Ramírez (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Ortiz) CAN 83’ Carlo Corazzin (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Nash) CAN 92’ Richard Hastings (left / gauche) 2-1 (a. Nash) 2000 CANADA MNT SEMI / DEMI 2000-02-24 Los Angeles, CA, USA CAN W 1:0 TRI Sportsnet ; Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, att. 2,841 Ref. / arbitre : Gustavo Mendez (Bertiga, Clemroy, Prendergast). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 13 Mark Watson, 4 Tony Menezes, 5 Jason deVos capt., 11 Jim Brennan, 10 Davide Xausa (21 Martin Nash 76’), 7 Paul Stalteri, 15 Richard Hastings, 12 Jeff Clarke (2 Paul Fenwick HT), 9 Carlo Corazzin, 17 Paul Peschisolido (16 Garret Kusch 90’). Penalty save 36’ / arrête par GK Craig Forrest CAN 68’ Mark Watson (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Corazzin) Qualified for FIFA Confederations Cup Korea/Japan 2001 / qualifié pour la Coupe de les Confédérations, Corée / Japon 2001 2000 CANADA MNT FINAL / FINALE 2000-02-27 Los Angeles, CA, USA CAN W 2:0 COL Sportsnet ; Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, att. 7,000 Referee / arbitre : Peter Prendergast (Bertiga, Clemroy, Batres). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 13 Mark Watson, 4 Tony Menezes, 5 Jason deVos capt., 15 Richard Hastings, 12 Jeff Clarke, 2 Paul Fenwick, 11 Jim Brennan, 7 Paul Stalteri, 21 Martin Nash (16 Garret Kusch 89’), 9 Carlo Corazzin. CAN 45+’ Jason deVos (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Nash CK) CAN 68’ Carlo Corazzin (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-0 Penalty save 84’ / arrête par GK Craig Forrest Red card / carton rouge 86’ Holger Osieck (coach / entraîneur) Canada won the Championship / le Canada gagne la Coupe d’Or

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1.WCQ & 1.GC 2.WCQ

2000 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE D 2000-02-13 San Diego, CA, USA CAN D 2:2 CRC Sportsnet ; Qualcomm Stadium, att. 22,131 Referee / arbitre : Peter Prendergast (Charles, Rathipal, Young). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 13 Mark Watson, 4 Tony Menezes, 5 Jason deVos capt., 2 Paul Fenwick (15 Richard Hastings 62’), 12 Jeff Clarke, 7 Paul Stalteri, 10 Davide Xausa, 11 Jim Brennan, 17 Paul Peschisolido, 9 Carlo Corazzin. CRC 11’ Jafet Soto (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Arguedas) CAN 19’ Carlo Corazzin (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 CRC 54’ Harrold Wallace (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Medford) CAN 57’ Carlo Corazzin (left / gauche) 2-2 (a. deVos)

CANADA MNT

FIFA WCQ & GC

FUTSAL - PARA

MIN G A 475 1a 89 940 5 105 947 1g 679 1g 1389 4g 2a 315 40 1257 2g 1a 1050 745 1078 1g 179 143 270 1g 1037 753 2g 5a 85 821 1g 10 1 1324 2a 180 11 878 1g 978 1a

CANADA WNT

MP MS 8 5 4 0 12 11 1 0 2 1 11 10 10 8 17 17 4 4 2 0 14 14 13 12 9 8 14 12 2 2 5 1 3 3 12 12 13 7 1 1 12 10 2 0 1 0 15 15 2 2 1 0 10 10 14 10

HALL of FAME

2000 CAN MNT Aguiar, Fernando Aristodemo, Robbie Bent, Jason Biello, Mauro Bircham, Marc Brennan, Jim Clarke, Jeff Corazzin, Carlo Dasovic, Nick De Rosario, Dwayne deVos, Jason Fenwick, Paul Fletcher, Carl Hastings, Richard Imhof, Daniel Kusch, Garret McKenna, Kevin Menezes, Tony Nash, Martin Parker, Brad Peschisolido, Paul Pizzolitto, Nevio Rogers, Mark Stalteri, Paul Thomas, Elvis Thompson, Niall Watson, Mark Xausa, Davide


2000 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Holger Osieck 2000 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2000-05-27 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 1:0 TRI Varsity Stadium, att. 8,870 Referee / arbitre : Ricardo Valenzuela (Kristo, Schofield, Jerome). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 2 Paul Fenwick, 3 Carl Fletcher, 4 Jeff Clarke, 5 Kevin McKenna début, 6 Richard Hastings (14 Robbie Aristodemo 78’), 7 Paul Stalteri (13 Davide Xausa 62’), 8 Nick Dasovic (15 Garret Kusch HT), 9 Carlo Corazzin (12 Jason Bent HT), 10 Paul Peschisolido capt., 11 Martin Nash. CAN 50’ Jeff Clarke (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Nash FK) 2000 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2000-05-30 Winnipeg, MB, CAN CAN W 2:1 HON Winnipeg Soccer Complex, att. 6,400 Referee / arbitre : Tim Weyland (Vergara, Fearn, Navarro). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 2 Paul Fenwick, 5 Jason deVos capt., 4 Kevin McKenna, 3 Carl Fletcher, 6 Richard Hastings, 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Jason Bent (14 Davide Xausa HT), 9 Carlo Corazzin, 10 Martin Nash, 11 Paul Peschisolido (15 Robbie Aristodemo 71’). CAN 27’ Paul Peschisolido 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) HON 47’ Orbin Cabrera (right / droit) 1-1 CAN 81’ Kevin McKenna (head / tête) 1-2 (a. Xausa)

KOREA / JAPAN 2002 QUALIFIERS 2002 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Korea / Japan Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Coach / entraîneur Holger Osieck (Coach 4 June / entraîneur le 4 juin Bruce Twamley) 2000 CANADA MNT FIFA WCQ 2000-06-04 Ciudad de la Habana, CUB CAN W 1:0 CUB Sportsnet ; Estadio Pedro Marrero, att. 6,000 Referee / arbitre : Marcio Carranza (Gomez, Guevara, Bardalez). Suspended coach / entraîneur suspendu : Holger Osieck CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 2 Paul Fenwick (12 Jeff Clarke 72’), 5 Jason deVos capt., 4 Tony Menezes, 8 Jason Bent, 3 Carl Fletcher, 10 Martin Nash, 7 Paul Stalteri, 6 Richard Hastings, 11 Paul Peschisolido (14 Davide Xausa HT), 9 Carlo Corazzin (15 Robbie Aristodemo 82’). CAN 39’ Jason deVos (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Corazzin) Record six consecutive wins / six victoires consécutives. 2000 CANADA MNT FIFA WCQ 2000-06-11 Winnipeg, MB, CAN CAN D 0:0 CUB Sportsnet ; Winnipeg Soccer Complex, att. 9,000 Referee / arbitre : Victorino Rodriguez (Cardona, Trejo, Alfaro). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 2 Paul Fenwick, 5 Jason deVos capt., 4 Tony Menezes, 3 Kevin McKenna, 10 Martin Nash, 8 Jason Bent, 7 Paul Stalteri, 6 Jeff Clarke, 11 Paul Peschisolido, 9 Carlo Corazzin. 15-match unbeaten streak / 15 matchs sans défaite 2000 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1 2000-07-16 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN L 0:2 TRI Sportsnet ; Commonwealth Stadium, att. 25,000 Referee / arbitre : Rodolfo Sibrian (Fernandez, Cardona, Arias). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 3 Mark Watson (17 Dwayne De Rosario 77’), 4 Tony Menezes, 5 Jason deVos capt., 8 Jason Bent, 2 Jeff Clarke (13 Davide Xausa HT), 6 Martin Nash, 7 Paul Stalteri, 11 Jim Brennan, 10 Paul Peschisolido, 9 Carlo Corazzin. TRI 42’ Angus Eve (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Yorke) TRI 74’ Dwight Yorke (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Ince)

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2000 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1 2000-07-23 Ciudad Panamá, PAN CAN D 0:0 PAN Sportsnet ; Estadio Rommel Fernández, att. 19,500 Referee / arbitre : Samuel Richard. CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 2 Paul Fenwick (16 Jeff Clarke 61’), 3 Mark Watson, 4 Tony Menezes, 5 Jason deVos capt., 10 Davide Xausa, 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Jason Bent, 6 Richard Hastings, 11 Paul Peschisolido (16 Martin Nash 78’), 9 Carlo Corazzin (12 Jim Brennan HT). 2000 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1 2000-08-15 México, DF, MEX CAN L 0:2 MEX Sportsnet ; Estadio Azteca, att. 80,000 Referee / arbitre : William Vega (Zuniga, Segura, Quiros). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 2 Paul Fenwick, 3 Mark Watson, 4 Tony Menezes, 5 Jason deVos capt., 6 Richard Hastings (Carl Fletcher 55’), 10 Davide Xausa (13 Marc Bircham 75’), 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Jason Bent, 11 Jim Brennan, 9 Carlo Corazzin (17 Paul Peschisolido 71’). MEX 47’ Jose Manuel Abundis (left / gauche) 0-1 MEX 81’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-2 (o.g.) 2000 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1 2000-09-03 Port of Spain, TRI CAN L 0:4 TRI Sportsnet ; Queen’s Park Oval, att. 20,000 Referee / arbitre : Mejias Olger (Efrain, Vinicio, Zamora). Suspended / suspendu : Paul Stalteri. CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 2 Paul Fenwick, 3 Mark Watson (red / rouge), 4 Tony Menezes (13 Richard Hastings HT, 16 Martin Nash 60’), 5 Jason deVos capt., 6 Jason Bent, 7 Carl Fletcher, 8 Nick Dasovic, 9 Carlo Corazzin (16 Paul Peschisolido 80’), 10 Davide Xausa, 11 Jim Brennan. TRI 27’ Russell Latapy (right / droit) 0-1 TRI 29’ Reynold Carrington (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Latapy) TRI 53’ Stokely Mason (left / gauche) 0-3 (a. John) Red card / carton rouge 79’ Mark Watson TRI 90’+1 Angus Eve (right / droit) 0-4 Canada officially eliminated / le Canada est officiellement éliminé 2000 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1 2000-10-09 Winnipeg, MB, CAN CAN W 1:0 PAN Sportsnet ; Winnipeg Soccer Complex, att. 3,000 Referee / arbitre : Alfaro Zepeda (Perdomo, Rosales, Alvarenga). Suspended / suspendu : Mark Watson. CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 3 Carl Fletcher, 2 Paul Fenwick capt., 5 Richard Hastings, 6 Nick Dasovic, 4 Daniel Imhof début (12 Mark Rogers 89’ début), 8 Jason Bent, 7 Paul Stalteri, 11 Jim Brennan, 9 Carlo Corazzin (13 Niall Thompson 79’), 10 Davide Xausa (14 Marin Nash 62’). CAN 81’ Jim Brennan (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Nash) 2000 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 1 2000-11-15 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN D 0:0 MEX Sportsnet ; Varsity Stadium, att. 6,465 Suspended / suspendu : Davide Xausa. Referee / arbitre : Richard Contreras (Cabrera, Guzman, Labour). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 2 Daniel Imhof, 3 Mark Watson capt., 4 Tony Menezes, 5 Carl Fletcher, 6 Jason Bent, 7 Marc Bircham, 8 Nick Dasovic, 9 Carlo Corazzin, 10 Garret Kusch, 11 Jim Brennan. GROUP / GROUPE : TRI 15 points; MEX 13; CAN 5; PAN 1. 2001 FINAL ROUND / RONDE FINALE GROUP / GROUPE : CRC 23; MEX 17; USA 17; HON 14; JAM 8; TRI 5. From 34 Concacaf nations, Costa Rica (champion), Mexico and USA qualified for the FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan 2002 ; parmi 34 nations de la Concacaf, Costa Rica (champion), le Mexique et USA se sont qualifiés pour la Coupe du Monde, Japon-Corée 2002.


1.FCC 1.FCC 1.FCC 1.FCC 1.FCC 1.FCC 1.FCC 1.FCC 1.FCC 1.FCC 1.FCC Début & 1.FCC 1.FCC 1.FCC 1.FCC 1.FCC

2001 INTERNATIONALS

2001 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2001-06-02 Ibaraki, JPN CAN D 0:0 BRA Sportsnet ; Kashima Stadium, att. 12,095 Referee / arbitre : Jun Lu (Hassouneh, Jeddioui, Nielson). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 3 Mark Watson (9 Carlo Corazzin HT), 5 Jason deVos capt., 4 Tony Menezes, 20 Kevin McKenna, 6 Jason Bent, 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Nick Dasovic, 10 Davide Xausa (3 Mark Watson 69’), 11 Jim Brennan, 19 Paul Peschisolido (17 Dwayne De Rosario 84’). 2001 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2001-06-04 Niigata, JPN CAN L 0:2 CMR Sportsnet ; Niigata Stadium Big Swan, att. 15,822 Referee / arbitre : Byron Moreno (Garcia, Berry, Krug). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 4 Tony Menezes, 5 Jason deVos capt., 6 Jason Bent, 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Nick Dasovic, 9 Carlo Corazzin (9 Carlo Corazzin 76’), 11 Jim Brennan, 13 Carl Fletcher, 14 Daniel Imhof, 16 Garret Kusch (17 Dwayne De Rosario HT). CMR 48’ Bernard Tchoutang (right / droit) 0-1 CMR 83’ Patrick Mboma (PK left foot / pied gauche) 0-2 GROUP / GROUPE : JPN 7 points ; BRA 5; CMR 3; CAN 1.

Coach / entraîneur Holger Osieck

2001 INTERNATIONALS

2001 CANADA MNT LG CUP 2001-04-24 Cairo, EGY CAN L 0:3 EGY Cairo National Stadium, att. 25,000 50th / 50e match international : Nick Dasovic, Carlo Corazzin. CANADA : Pat Onstad, 2 Mark Watson, 15 Paul Fenwick, Carl Fletcher, 8 Richard Hastings, Davide Xausa (Dwayne De Rosario 75’), Marc Bircham (9 Tam Nsaliwa 25’ début), 10 Nick Dasovic (12 Jim Brennan HT), Daniel Imhof, Paul Stalteri, Carlo Corazzin. EGY 3’ Mohamed Barakat (left / gauche) 0-1 EGY 25’ Ahmed Salah Hosny 0-2 EGY 43’ Abdelsatar Sabry (right / droit) 0-3

Coach / entraîneur Holger Osieck

2001 CANADA MNT LG CUP 2001-04-26 Cairo, EGY CAN W 1:0 IRN (MATCH 3rd/3e) Cairo National Stadium, att. 10,000 Referee / arbitre : Mohammed Kamal Reesha. CANADA : 1 Craig Forrest, 2 Mark Watson, 15 Paul Fenwick (Daniel Imhof 35’), 3 Jason deVos, 7 Kevin McKenna, 8 Richard Hastings, 9 Tam Nsaliwa, 10 Nick Dasovic (Carl Fletcher HT), 12 Jim Brennan, 17 Garret Kusch (Davide Xausa 80’), 21 Paul Peschisolido (Dwayne De Rosario 55’). CAN 20’ Garret Kusch (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Nsaliwa) FINAL / FINALE : 1st / 1e. KOR; 2. EGY; 3. CAN; 4 .IRN.

2001 FIFA CONFEDERATIONS CUP FIFA Confederations Cup Korea / Japan 2001 Coupe de les Confédérations, Corée / Japon 2001 Coach / entraîneur Holger Osieck

Place : 7th / 7e

2001 CANADA MNT LG CUP 2001-11-14 Paola, MLT CAN L 1:2 MLT Hibernian Football Grounds CANADA : GK Lars Hirschfeld (GK Kenny Stamatopoulos HT début), 2 Paul Fenwick (Richard Hastings HT), Mark Watson (Martin Nash 81’), 3 Carl Fletcher, 5 Kevin McKenna, 8 Jason Bent, 6 Nick Dasovic, 11 Jim Brennan, 7 Paul Stalteri, 10 Tomasz Radzinski (Davide Xausa 57’), 9 Carlo Corazzin (Paul Peschisolido HT). MLT 34’ David Carabott (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-1 CAN 43’ Paul Stalteri (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Brennan) MLT 75’ Michael Mifsud (right / droit) 1-2

2002 CANADA MNT 2002 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Hirschfeld, Lars 7 7 690 8 2 Onstad, Pat 0 0 0 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 0 0 0 2002 CAN MNT MP MS Bent, Jason 3 2 Brennan, Jim 5 5 Clarke, Jeff 1 0 Dasovic, Nick 4 4 de Guzman, Julian 4 1 De Rosario, Dwayne 7 3

MIN G A 167 510 1a 27 390 117 397 2g 1a

GC 1.GC 1.GC GC 1.GC 2.GC 2.GC Début & 1.GC 2.GC

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CANADA SOCCER

FCC 1.FCC 1.FCC 1.FCC

MIN G A 360 25 495 1a 0 267 360 101 360 170 426 225 298 125 1g 360 180 9 182 1a 288 57 450 1g 420 242

CANADA MNT

2001 CAN MNT MP MS Bent, Jason 4 4 Bircham, Marc 1 1 Brennan, Jim 6 5 Clarke, Jeff 0 0 Corazzin, Carlo 5 3 Dasovic, Nick 5 5 De Rosario, Dwayne 4 0 deVos, Jason 4 4 Fenwick, Paul 3 3 Fletcher, Carl 6 4 Hastings, Richard 3 2 Imhof, Daniel 4 3 Kusch, Garret 2 2 McKenna, Kevin 4 4 Menezes, Tony 2 2 Nash, Martin 1 0 Nsaliwa, Tam 3 1 Peschisolido, Paul 5 3 Radzinski, Tomasz 1 1 Stalteri, Paul 5 5 Watson, Mark 5 5 Xausa, Davide 5 3

1.FCC Début

FUTSAL - PARA

FCC 1.FCC 1.FCC

CANADA WNT

2001 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Forrest, Craig 4 4 360 5 2 Franks, Michael 0 0 0 Hirschfeld, Lars 1 1 45 1 0 Onstad, Pat 1 1 90 3 0 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 1 0 45 1 0

2001 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2001-05-31 Niigata, JPN CAN L 0:3 JPN Sportsnet ; Niigata Stadium Big Swan, att. 39,006 Referee / arbitre : Simon Micallef (Berry, Charles, Archundia). CANADA : 1 GK Craig Forrest, 3 Mark Watson, 5 Jason deVos capt., 6 Jason Bent, 7 Paul Stalteri, 10 Davide Xausa (9 Carlo Corazzin 79’), 11 Jim Brennan, 13 Carl Fletcher, 14 Daniel Imhof (18 Tam Nsaliwa 63’), 19 Paul Peschisolido, 20 Kevin McKenna. JPN 57’ Shinji Ono (FK right foot / pied droit) 0-1 JPN 60’ Akinori Nishizawa (head / tête) 0-2 (a. Morishima) JPN 88’ Hiroaki Morishima (right / droit) 0-3

HALL of FAME

2001 CANADA MNT


deVos, Jason Fenwick, Paul Fletcher, Carl Hastings, Richard Hutchinson, Atiba Imhof, Daniel McKenna, Kevin Menezes, Tony Nash, Martin Nsaliwa, Tam Pozniak, Chris Radzinski, Tomasz Rogers, Mark Stalteri, Paul Xausa, Davide

6 2 4 7 0 6 6 5 1 5 4 2 4 7 5

6 2 4 7 0 6 6 5 1 3 1 2 2 7 3

600 153 287 690 0 474 1a 593 3g 398 90 1a 333 1a 167 180 2g 300 680 1g 2a 347

2.GC 2.GC 2.GC 1.GC 1.GC 2.GC 1.GC Début & 1.GC 1.GC 2.GC 2.GC

2002 CONCACAF GOLD CUP 2002 Concacaf Gold Cup / Coupe d’Or de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Holger Osieck Place : 3rd / 3e Most Outstanding Goalkeeper / meilleur gardien : Lars Hirschfeld All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles : deVos, McKenna 2002 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE D 2002-01-18 Miami, FL, USA CAN W 2:0 HAI Sportsnet ; Orange Bowl, att. 14,508 Referee / arbitre : Roberto Moreno (Ruiz, Griffith). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 4 Tony Menezes, 5 Jason deVos capt., 13 Carl Fletcher, 14 Daniel Imhof (3 Mark Rogers 73’), 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Nick Dasovic, 15 Richard Hastings, 11 Jim Brennan, 10 Davide Xausa (19 Chris Pozniak 90’ début), 20 Kevin McKenna (17 Dwayne De Rosario 83’). CAN 28’ Kevin McKenna (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Imhof) CAN 48’ Kevin McKenna (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Stalteri) 2002 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE D 2002-01-22 Miami, FL, USA CAN L 0:2 ECU Sportsnet ; Orange Bowl, att. 3,827 Referee / arbitre : Brian Hall (Ruiz, Griffith). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 4 Tony Menezes, 5 Jason deVos capt., 13 Carl Fletcher (3 Mark Rogers 17’), 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Nick Dasovic, 14 Daniel Imhof (6 Jason Bent 53’), 11 Jim Brennan, 10 Davide Xausa (17 Dwayne De Rosario 80’), 20 Kevin McKenna, 15 Richard Hastings. ECU 88’ Álex Aguinaga (body / corps) 0-1 (rebound / rebonde) ECU 90’+4 Álex Aguinaga (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-2 GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 3 points; HAI 3; ECU 3. Canada and Haiti advance after the draw; le Canada et Haïti avance après le tirage. 2002 CANADA MNT (120min) QUARTER / QUART 2002-01-26 Miami, FL, USA CAN D 1:1 MTQ Sportsnet ; Orange Bowl, att. 14,823 Referee / arbitre : Carlos Batres (Fernandez, Ruiz). Suspended / suspendu : Nick Dasovic. CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 3 Mark Rogers, 5 Jason deVos capt., 4 Tony Menezes (17 Dwayne De Rosario 54’), 6 Jason Bent, 7 Paul Stalteri, 14 Daniel Imhof (18 Tam Nsaliwa 107’), 11 Jim Brennan, 15 Richard Hastings, 10 Davide Xausa (16 Julian de Guzman 104’ début), 20 Kevin McKenna. Red card / carton rouge 61’ MTQ Jean-Victor Lavril MTQ 63’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-1 (o.g.) CAN 73’ Kevin McKenna (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Brennan) Canada wins 6-5 on kicks / le Canada gagne 6-5 aux tirs 2002 CANADA MNT (120min) 2002-01-30 Pasadena, CA, USA

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Sportsnet ; Rose Bowl, att. 7,241 Referee / arbitre : Peter Prendergast (Ragoonath, Mitchell). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 4 Tony Menezes, 5 Jason deVos capt., 13 Carl Fletcher, 6 Jason Bent (10 Davide Xausa 10’, 17 Dwayne De Rosario 75’), 14 Daniel Imhof (18 Tam Nsaliwa 70’), 8 Nick Dasovic, 7 Paul Stalteri, 11 Jim Brennan, 15 Richard Hastings, 20 Kevin McKenna. USA wins 4-2 on kicks / USA gagne 4-2 aux tirs 2002 CANADA MNT MATCH 3rd/3e 2002-02-02 Pasadena, CA, USA CAN W 2:1 KOR Sportsnet ; Rose Bowl, att. 14,432 Referee / arbitre : Noel Bynoe (Fernandez, Mitchell, Sibrian). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 3 Mark Rogers, 4 Tony Menezes (19 Chris Pozniak 44’), 5 Jason deVos capt., 11 Jim Brennan, 8 Nick Dasovic, 7 Paul Stalteri, 18 Tam Nsaliwa, 15 Richard Hastings, 20 Kevin McKenna, 17 Dwayne De Rosario (16 Julian de Guzman 89’). KOR 15’ Do Hoon Kim (right / droit) 0-1 CAN 34’ KOR own goal / but contre son camp 1-1 (o.g. Do Hoon) CAN 35’ Dwayne De Rosario (right / droit) 2-1 (a. Stalteri)

2002 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Holger Osieck 2002 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2002-05-15 St. Gallen, SUI CAN W 3:1 SUI Stadium Espenmoos Referee / arbitre : Konrad Plautz. CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 2 Paul Fenwick (12 Jeff Clarke 63’), 3 Richard Hastings, 4 Carl Fletcher (14 Chris Pozniak 60’), 5 Jason deVos capt., 6 Tam Nsaliwa, 7 Paul Stalteri (13 Julian de Guzman 80’), 8 Daniel Imhof, 9 Tomasz Radzinski, 10 Dwayne De Rosario, 11 Martin Nash. CAN 20’ Tomasz Radzinski (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Nash) CAN 38’ Paul Stalteri (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. De Rosario) CAN 47’ Tomasz Radzinski (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Nsaliwa) SUI 80’ Blaise Nkufo 3-1 2002 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2002-10-15 Edinburgh, SCO CAN L 1:3 SCO Sportsnet ; Easter Road Stadium, att. 16,207 Referee / arbitre : Luc Huyghe. CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 2 Paul Fenwick capt., 3 Richard Hastings, Kevin McKenna, Julian de Guzman, Chris Pozniak, Daniel Imhof (Davide Xausa 81’), Paul Stalteri, Tam Nsaliwa, 9 Tomasz Radzinski, Dwayne De Rosario. CAN 9’ Dwayne De Rosario (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-0 SCO 11’ Stephen Crawford (left / gauche) 1-1 SCO 49’ Steven Thompson (right / droit) 1-2 SCO 73’ Stephen Crawford (left / gauche) 1-3

2003 CANADA MNT 2003 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Hirschfeld, Lars 7 6 540 15 2 Onstad, Pat 4 3 270 10 0 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 0 0 0 2003 CAN MNT Aguiar, Fernando Bent, Jason Bernier, Patrice Bircham, Marc

MP MS 0 0 3 3 2 1 2 2

MIN G A 0 249 106 168

GC 2.GC 4.GC GC 2.GC Début


3.GC 4.GC Début 3.GC Début & 1.GC Début & 1.GC 2.GC Début & 1.GC Début 2.GC 2.GC 1.GC 2.GC

3.GC Début 3.GC

2003 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Holger Osieck 2003 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2003-01-18 Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA CAN L 0:4 USA Lockhart Stadium, att. 6,549 Referee / arbitre : Rodolfo Sibrian. CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 3 Carl Fletcher, 4 Tony Menezes capt., 5 Richard Hastings, 6 Chris Pozniak, 7 Atiba Hutchinson début, 8 Daniel Imhof, 2 Tam Nsaliwa, 9 Sita-Taty Matondo début (15 Chris Williams 68’ début), 10 Davide Xausa (16 Rob Friend 62’ début), 11 Maycoll Cañizalez début. USA 7’ Carlos Bocanegra (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Convey CK) USA 31’ Clint Mathis (left / gauche) 0-2 (a. Donovan) USA 32’ Chris Klein (right / droit) 0-3 USA 61’ Steve Ralston (left / gauche) 0-4 (a. Donovan) 2003 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2003-02-12 Tripoli, LBY CAN W 4:2 LBY 11 June Stadium, att. 45,000 CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld (22 GK Pat Onstad HT), 2 Carl Fletcher, 4 Paul Fenwick, 5 Jason deVos capt., 3 Richard Hastings, 11 Jim Brennan (14 Chris Pozniak 88’), 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Daniel Imhof (12 Mike Klukowski 60’ début), 6 Atiba Hutchinson, 10 Kevin McKenna (Rob Friend 86’), 9 Iain Hume début (15 Maycoll Cañizalez 65’). CAN 18’ Kevin McKenna (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Imhof) LBY 27’ Tark Al Taied (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 CAN 34’ Jim Brennan (left / gauche) 2-1 (a. McKenna) CAN 47’ Paul Stalteri (right / droit) 3-1 (a. Brennan)

2003 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2003-03-29 Tallinn, EST CAN L 1:2 EST A. Le Coq Stadium, att. 4,000 Referee / arbitre : Martin Hansson. CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 2 Carl Fletcher (13 Chris Pozniak 55’), 3 Richard Hastings, 4 Kevin McKenna, 5 Paul Fenwick, 6 Julian de Guzman, 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Daniel Imhof, 9 Carlo Corazzin capt. (15 Rob Friend 78’), 10 Martin Nash, 11 Jim Brennan. CAN 47’ Paul Stalteri (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Nash) EST 72’ Andres Oper (right / droit) 1-1 EST 90’ Andres Oper (head / tête) 1-2 (a. Teever CK) 2003 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2003-06-01 Wolfsburg, GER CAN L 1:4 GER Sportsnet ; Volkswagen Arena, att. 23,000 Referee / arbitre : Eric Poulat. CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 2 Tam Nsaliwa (2 Tam Nsaliwa 81’), 3 Richard Hastings, 4 Paul Fenwick, 5 Nevio Pizzolitto, 6 Nick Dasovic capt., 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Daniel Imhof, 9 Martin Nash (14 Maycoll Canizalez 76’), 10 Kevin McKenna, 11 Julian de Guzman. CAN 20’ Kevin McKenna (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Nash FK) GER 41’ Carsten Ramelow (right / droit) 1-1 GER 53’ Paul Freier (right / droit) 1-2 GER 61’ Fredi Bobic (right / droit) 1-3 GER 90’+ Tobias Rau (left / gauche) 1-4

2003 CONCACAF GOLD CUP 2003 Concacaf Gold Cup / Coupe d’Or de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Holger Osieck 2003 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE D 2003-07-12 Foxborough, MA, USA CAN W 1:0 CRC Gillette Stadium, att. 33,652 Ref. / arbitre : Richard Piper (Ragoonath, Garwood, Prendegast). CANADA : 22 Lars Hirschfeld, 2 Paul Fenwick, 3 Richard Hastings, 5 Jason deVos capt., 6 Jason Bent (14 Atiba Hutchinson 69’), 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Daniel Imhof, 10 Kevin McKenna (9 Carlo Corazzin 85’), 11 Martin Nash (15 Maycoll Canizalez 63’), 12 Nick Dasovic, 16 Chris Pozniak. CAN 59’ Paul Stalteri (right / droit) 1-0 2003 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE D 2003-07-14 Foxborough, MA, USA CAN L 0:2 CUB Gillette Stadium, att. 8,780 Referee / arbitre : Peter Prendergast (Garwood, Mitchell, Batres). CANADA : 22 Lars Hirschfeld, 2 Paul Fenwick, 3 Richard Hastings (9 Carlo Corazzin 78’), 5 Jason deVos capt., 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Daniel Imhof, 10 Kevin McKenna, 11 Martin Nash (13 Atiba Hutchinson 83’), 12 Nick Dasovic, 15 Maycoll Cañizalez (17 Iain Hume HT), 16 Chris Pozniak. CUB 15’ Lester Moré 0-1 CUB 46’ Lester Moré 0-2 GROUP / GROUPE : CRC 3 points; CUB 3; CAN 3.

2003 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Colin Miller 2003 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2003-10-11 Tampere, FIN CAN L 2:3 FIN Sportsnet ; Ratina Stadium CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad (GK Lars Hirschfeld HT), 3 Richard

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CANADA SOCCER

Début & 1.GC 3.GC 3.GC

LBY 59’ Tark Al Taied (right / droit) 3-2 CAN 81’ Maycoll Cañizalez (left / gauche) 4-2 (a. McKenna)

CANADA MNT

178 1g 1a 0 201 1g 95 345 180 45 1g 1a 414 468 244 44 0 795 130 208 780 2a 225 0 30 0 68 711 2g 2a 90 342 2a 171 216 90 307 270 2g 1a 0 36 720 3g 90 22 62

FUTSAL - PARA

2 0 2 1 4 2 0 5 5 3 0 0 9 1 2 9 3 0 0 0 1 8 1 4 2 3 1 3 3 0 0 8 1 0 1

CANADA WNT

2 0 5 3 4 2 1 5 7 4 3 0 9 3 4 9 3 0 1 0 1 8 1 6 2 3 1 5 3 0 2 8 1 1 1

HALL of FAME

Brennan, Jim Budalic, Nikola Canizalez, Maycoll Corazzin, Carlo Dasovic, Nick de Guzman, Julian De Rosario, Dwayne deVos, Jason Fenwick, Paul Fletcher, Carl Friend, Rob Harmse, Kevin Hastings, Richard Hume, Iain Hutchinson, Atiba Imhof, Daniel Jazic, Ante Jordan, Jason Klukowski, Mike Marshall, Winston Matondo, Sita-Taty McKenna, Kevin Menezes, Tony Nash, Martin Nsaliwa, Tam Peschisolido, Paul Pizzolitto, Nevio Pozniak, Chris Radzinski, Tomasz Reda, Marco Rogers, Mark Stalteri, Paul Watson, Mark Williams, Chris Xausa, Davide


Hastings, 5 Mark Watson capt., 4 Kevin McKenna, 7 Paul Stalteri, Ante Jazic (17 Dwayne De Rosario HT), 2 Marc Bircham, Daniel Imhof, Jason Bent, 9 Tomasz Radzinski, Paul Peschisolido (Iain Hume 70’). FIN 14’ Mikael Forsell (left / gauche) 0-1 FIN 16’ Joonas Kollka (right / droit) 0-2 FIN 32’ Teemu Tainio (right / droit) 0-3 CAN 74’ Tomasz Radzinski (l. / gauche) 1-3 (a. De Rosario) CAN 85’ Dwayne De Rosario (r. / droit) 2-3 (a. Radzinski)

2003 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2003-11-15 Teplice, CZE CAN L 1:5 CZE Na Stínadlech, att. 8,343 Referee / arbitre : Leif Sundell. CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 2 Patrice Bernier début, 3 Richard Hastings, 4 Nick Dasovic (14 Paul Fenwick 75’), 5 Jason deVos (12 Mark Rogers 63’), 6 Kevin McKenna, 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Daniel Imhof, 9 Tomasz Radzinski, 10 Paul Peschisolido (15 Martin Nash 72’), 11 Ante Jazic. CZE 26’ Marek Jankulovski 0-1 CZE 49’ Marek Heinz 0-2 CZE 55’ Karel Poborsky 0-3 CZE 63’ Libor Sionko 0-4 CZE 82’ Rudolf Skacel 0-5 CAN 89’ Tomasz Radzinski 1-5 (a. Imhof) 2003 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2003-11-18 Dublin, IRL CAN L 0:3 IRL Lansdowne Road, att. 23,000 Referee / arbitre (Mark Whitby (Adie, King, Whoriskey). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 2 Jason Bent, 3 Richard Hastings (14 Paul Fenwick 87’), 4 Marc Bircham (15 Marin Nash 78’), 5 Jason deVos capt. (12 Mark Rogers 81’), 6 Kevin McKenna, 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Daniel Imhof, 9 Tomasz Radzinski, 10 Paul Peschisolido (17 Patrice Bernier 74’), 11 Ante Jazic. IRL 23’ Damien Duff (left / gauche) 0-1 IRL 60’ Robbie Keane (head / tête) 0-2 IRL 84’ Robbie Keane (left / gauche) 0-3 (a. Delap)

2004 CANADA MNT 2004 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS FIFA WCQ Hirschfeld, Lars 1 1 90 0 1 2.WCQ Olivieri, Andrew 0 0 0 Onstad, Pat 8 8 720 9 2 5.WCQ Stamatopoulos, Kenny 0 0 0 Sutton, Greg 1 1 90 0 1 Début & 1.WCQ Zagar, Theo 0 0 0 2004 CAN MNT MP MS MIN G A Aguiar, Fernando 0 0 0 Bernier, Patrice 4 3 281 Biello, Mauro 0 0 0 Bircham, Marc 2 1 135 Braz, Adam 1 0 48 Brennan, Jim 3 2 160 2g 2a Brillant, Félix 0 0 0 Corazzin, Carlo 2 1 94 1g Dasovic, Nick 1 1 90 de Guzman, Julian 7 7 569 De Rosario, Dwayne 10 10 878 4g 3a De Serpa, Kevin 0 0 0 deVos, Jason 6 6 540 1g 2a Dunfield, Terry 0 0 0 Friend, Rob 1 0 28 Fronimadis, David 1 0 1

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FIFA WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 2.WCQ Début 2.WCQ 1.WCQ 4.WCQ 1.WCQ 3.WCQ 3.WCQ Début

Gervais, Gabriel Grande, Sandro Hastings, Richard Hughes, Tyler Hume, Iain Hutchinson, Atiba Imhof, Daniel Jazic, Ante Kappos, Stathis Klukowski, Mike Lemire, Chris McKenna, Kevin Menezes, Tony Mert, Mesut Nash, Martin Occean, Olivier Peschisolido, Paul Peters, Jaime Pizzolitto, Nevio Pozniak, Chris Radzinski, Tomasz Reda, Marco Rogers, Mark Serioux, Adrian Simpson, Josh Stalteri, Paul Sulentic, Johnny Valente, Alfredo Watson, Mark

3 4 0 0 7 7 8 7 1 2 0 4 0 0 1 7 5 5 2 2 7 0 0 2 6 2 1 0 8

3 4 0 0 6 7 8 7 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 2 3 1 2 1 7 0 0 1 2 2 1 0 8

270 316 0 0 455 2a 578 1g 675 616 15 100 0 217 1g 0 0 55 260 1a 295 1g 170 132 105 568 2g 1a 0 0 120 229 180 75 0 720

Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ Début 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 2.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 4.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 2.WCQ Début 4.WCQ

2004 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Frank Yallop 2004 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2004-01-18 Bridgetown, BRB CAN W 1:0 BRB Waterford National Stadium Referee / arbitre : Mark Forde. CANADA : GK Greg Sutton début, Nevio Pizzolitto INJ (Adam Braz 42’ début), Chris Pozniak, Gabriel Gervais début, Mark Watson capt., Nick Dasovic, Patrice Bernier (David Fronimadis 90’ début), Johnny Sulentic début (Stathis Kappos 75’ début), Carlo Corazzin (Rob Friend 62’), Martin Nash (Josh Simpson 55’ début), Dwayne De Rosario. CAN 9’ Carlo Corazzin 1-0 (a. De Rosario) 2004 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2004-05-30 Wrexham, WAL CAN L 0:1 WAL Racecourse Ground Referee / arbitre : Paul McKeon (McDonnell, Ryan, Williams). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad capt., 2 Daniel Imhof, 3 Ante Jazic, 4 Mark Watson, 5 Jason deVos, 6 Julian de Guzman, 8 Atiba Hutchinson (12 Marc Bircham HT), 11 Jim Brennan (16 Paul Peschisolido HT), 7 Iain Hume (17 Olivier Occean 76’ début), 9 Tomasz Radzinski (14 Kevin McKenna 73’), 10 Dwayne De Rosario (15 Mike Klukowski 80’). WAL 21’ Paul Parry (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Bellamy)

GERMANY 2006 QUALIFIERS 2006 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Germany Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Coach / entraîneur Frank Yallop 2004 CANADA MNT 2004-06-13 Kingston, ON, CAN

FIFA WCQ CAN W 4:0 BLZ


2004 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 2004-08-18 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN L 0:2 GUA Sportsnet ; Swangard Stadium, att. 6,500 Referee / arbitre : Rodolfo Sibrian (Delsid, Gonzales, Aguilar). Suspended / suspendu : Iain Hume. CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad capt., 2 Nevio Pizzolitto, 3 Ante Jazic, 4 Mark Watson, 6 Julian de Guzman (12 Adrian Serioux HT début), 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Daniel Imhof, 10 Paul Peschisolido, 11 Josh Simpson (14 Jaime Peters 59’ début), 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 17 Olivier Occean. GUA 7’ Carlos Ruíz (left / gauche) 0-1 GUA 59’ Carlos Ruíz (right / droit) 0-2 2004 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 2004-09-04 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN D 1:1 HON Commonwealth Stadium, att. 9,654 Referee / arbitre : Benito Archundia (Ramirez, Rebollar, Gasso). 75th / 75e match international : Mark Watson. CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad capt., 3 Ante Jazic, 4 Mark Watson, 5 Jason deVos, 6 Julian de Guzman, 8 Daniel Imhof, 9 Tomasz Radzinski, 10 Paul Peschisolido (13 Jaime Peters HT, 11 Josh Simpson 73’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario (17 Olivier Occean 78’), 15 Atiba Hutchinson, 16 Iain Hume. CAN 82’ Jason deVos (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Hume FK) HON 88’ Amado Guevara (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 2004 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 2004-09-08 San Juan de Tibás, CRC CAN L 0:1 CRC Estadio Ricardo Saprissa Aymá, att. 13,000 Referee / arbitre : Ramesh Ramdhan (Taylor, Baptiste, Bhimull). Suspended / suspendu : Jason deVos. CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad capt., 13 Atiba Hutchinson (11 Jaime Peters 83’), 5 Gabriel Gervais, 4 Mark Watson, 3 Ante Jazic, 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 16 Sandro Grande début (15 Josh Simpson 78’), 8 Daniel Imhof, 7 Iain Hume (17 Olivier Occean 62’), 6 Julian de Guzman, 9 Tomasz Radzinski. CRC 45+’ Paulo Wanchope (left / gauche) 0-1 2004 CANADA MNT 2004-10-09 San Pedro Sula, HON

GROUP / GROUPE 2 CAN D 1:1 HON

2004 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 2004-11-17 Ciudad Guatemala, GUA CAN W 1:0 GUA Estadio Mateo Flores, att. 18,000 Referee / arbitre : Marco Rodriguez (Delgadillo, Cruz, Arredondo). Suspended / suspendu : Mark Watson. CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 2 Gabriel Gervais, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 6 Adrian Serioux (16 Chris Pozniak 75’), 8 Patrice Bernier, 9 Olivier Occean (red / rouge), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 11 Jaime Peters, 15 Josh Simpson, 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 7 Sandro Grande. CAN 57’ Dwayne De Rosario 1-0 Red card / carton rouge 66’ GUA Eddy Cabrera Red card / carton rouge 71’ Olivier Occean GROUP / GROUPE : CRC 10 points; GUA 10; HON 7; CAN 5. 2005 FINAL ROUND / RONDE FINALE GROUP / GROUPE : USA 22; MEX 22; CRC 16; TRI 13; GUA 11; PAN 2. CONCACAF-AFC : Trinidad & Tobago def. Bahrain (Bahreïn). From 34 Concacaf nations, USA (champion), Mexico, Costa Rica and Trinidad and Tobago qualified for the FIFA World Cup Germany 2006 ; parmi 34 nations de la Concacaf, USA (champion), le Mexique, Costa Rica et le Trinidad et Tobago se sont qualifiés pour la Coupe du Monde, Allemagne 2006.

2005 CANADA MNT 2005 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Begovic, Asmir 0 0 0 Franks, Michael 0 0 0 Hirschfeld, Lars 1 1 90 4 0 Olivieri, Andrew 0 0 0 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 2 2 180 2 1 Sutton, Greg 5 5 450 6 1 Wagenaar, Josh 0 0 0 2005 CAN MNT MP MS Ademolu, Stephen 1 1 Aristodemo, Robbie 0 0 Bernier, Patrice 8 6 Braz, Adam 5 5 Brennan, Jim 6 5

MIN G A 84 0 564 450 423 1a

GC

CANADA SOCCER CANADA MNT

2004 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 2004-10-13 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN L 1:3 CRC Sportsnet ; Swangard Stadium, att. 4,728 Ref. / arbitre : Peter Prendergast (Garwood, Thobourne, Campbell). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad capt., 3 Ante Jazic (11 Jaime Peters 76’), 4 Mark Watson, 5 Jason deVos, 6 Julian de Guzman, 7 Iain Hume (10 Carlo Corazzin 58’), 8 Daniel Imhof, 9 Tomasz Radzinski, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 16 Sandro Grande (17 Olivier Occean 70’). CAN 12’ Dwayne De Rosario 1-0 (a. Radzinski) CRC 49’ Paulo Wanchope (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Solis) CRC 81’ William Sunsin (right / droit) 1-2 CRC 87’ Carlos Hernandez (FK) 1-3 Canada officially eliminated / le Canada est officiellement éliminé

FUTSAL - PARA

2004 CANADA MNT FIFA WCQ 2004-06-16 Kingston, ON, CAN CAN W 4:0 BLZ Sportsnet ; Richardson Stadium, att. 5,123 Referee / arbitre : Ted Gordon (Gonzales, Burton, Bynoe). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad capt., 2 Kevin McKenna, 5 Jason deVos, 8 Daniel Imhof (16 Iain Hume HT), 9 Tomasz Radzinski (10 Paul Peschisolido HT), 11 Jim Brennan, 12 Patrice Bernier, 13 Marc Bircham, 14 Atiba Hutchinson, 15 Mike Klukowski, 17 Dwayne De Rosario. CAN 45+1’ Tomasz Radzinski (right / droit) 1-0 Red card / carton rouge 60’ BLZ Peter Mariano Y2R CAN 63’ Dwayne De Rosario (body / corps) 2-0 (a. Brennan FK) CAN 73’ Dwayne De Rosario (right / droit) 3-0 (a. deVos) Red card / carton rouge 84’ Iain Hume Y2R CAN 85’ Jim Brennan (right / droit) 4-0 (a. De Rosario)

Sportsnet ; Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano, att. 42,000 Referee / arbitre : Kevin Stott (Strickland, Lowry, Kennedy). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad capt., 3 Ante Jazic, 4 Mark Watson, 5 Jason deVos, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 8 Daniel Imhof, 16 Sandro Grande (Patrice Bernier 78’), Julian de Guzman (Josh Simpson 74’), Iain Hume (17 Olivier Occean 65’), 9 Tomasz Radzinski. CAN 73’ Atiba Hutchinson (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Occean) HON 90’+2 Dilano Turcios (left / gauche) 1-1

CANADA WNT

Sportsnet ; Richardson Stadium, att. 8,245 Referee / arbitre : Carlos Batres (Ortiz, Yat, Castillo). 50th / 50e match international : Paul Peschisolido. CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad capt., 7 Paul Stalteri, 4 Mark Watson, 5 Jason deVos, 3 Ante Jazic, 6 Julian de Guzman, 8 Daniel Imhof, 9 Tomasz Radzinski, 10 Paul Peschisolido (2 Kevin McKenna 70’), 16 Iain Hume (11 Jim Brennan 65’), 17 Dwayne De Rosario. CAN 39’ Paul Peschisolido (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Hume) CAN 55’ Tomasz Radzinski (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. deVos) CAN 75’ Kevin McKenna (head / tête) 3-0 (a. Brennan) CAN 83’ Jim Brennan (left / gauche) 4-0 (a. De Rosario)

1.GC

1.GC GC 1.GC 1.GC 3.GC

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HALL of FAME


Brillant, Félix de Guzman, Julian De Rosario, Dwayne Dodds, Rhian Fraser, Sean Gerba, Ali Gervais, Gabriel Grande, Sandro Harmse, Kevin Hughes, Tyler Hume, Iain Hutchinson, Atiba Imhof, Daniel Jazic, Ante Johnson, Will Jordan, Jason Klukowski, Mike Leduc, Patrick Lyall, Geordie Marshall, Winston McKenna, Kevin Mert, Mesut Nsaliwa, Tam Occean, Olivier Peters, Jaime Pizzolitto, Nevio Placentino, Rocco Pozniak, Chris Radzinski, Tomasz Reda, Marco Serioux, Adrian Simpson, Josh Stalteri, Paul Sulentic, Johnny Valente, Alfredo Watson, Mark

0 2 8 0 0 5 4 5 0 0 4 7 3 1 1 0 3 3 0 0 7 0 0 5 7 0 1 3 2 2 5 7 1 1 0 0

0 2 8 0 0 3 4 3 0 0 2 7 3 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 7 0 0 4 1 0 0 2 1 2 3 4 1 1 0 0

0 180 703 2a 0 0 278 1g 292 247 1g 1a 0 0 171 1g 618 1g 221 59 6 0 225 174 0 0 575 2g 0 0 331 1g 156 0 5 157 135 180 285 442 1a 90 64 0 0

3.GC 1.GC Début & 1.GC 1.GC 1.GC 2.GC 2.GC Début Début & 1.GC 3.GC 1.GC 1.GC Début 3.GC Début 1.GC 1.GC

2005 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Frank Yallop 2005 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2005-02-09 Belfast, NIR CAN W 1:0 NIR Sportsnet ; Windsor Park, att. 11,156 Referee / arbitre : Joseph Attard. CANADA : 1 GK Greg Sutton, 5 Marco Reda début, 3 Gabriel Gervais (red / rouge), 4 Kevin McKenna capt. (12 Mike Klukowski HT), 15 Josh Simpson, 10 Patrice Bernier, 6 Adrian Serioux (16 Jaime Peters 88’), 8 Daniel Imhof, 11 Jim Brennan (7 Iain Hume 87’), 9 Olivier Occean, 14 Dwayne De Rosario. Red card / carton rouge 22’ Gabriel Gervais CAN 31’ Olivier Occean (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Brennan FK) 2005 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2005-03-26 Barcelos, POR CAN L 1:4 POR ATP Internacional ; Estádio Cidade de Barcelos, att. 13,000 Referee / arbitre : Igor Ishchenko (Tsymbal, Belorus, Costa). 50th / 50e match international : Paul Stalteri. CANADA : 33 Lars Hirschfeld, 13 Atiba Hutchinson (Jaime Peters 78’), 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 3 Marco Reda, 12 Mike Klukowski, 6 Julian de Guzman, 8 Daniel Imhof (Chris Pozniak 86’), 7 Paul Stalteri, 11 Jim Brennan (Tomasz Radzinski HT), 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 16 Olivier Occean (Patrice Bernier 68’). POR 8’ Manuel Fernandes (right / droit) 0-1 POR 12’ Pauleta (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Nuno Valente) POR 82’ Postiga (head / tête ) 0-3 CAN 85’ Kevin McKenna (head / tête) 1-3 (a. De Rosario) POR 90’+ Nuno Gomes (right / droit) 1-4

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2005 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2005-07-02 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN L 1:2 HON Swangard Stadium, att. 4,000 Referee / arbitre : Ricardo Valenzuela. CANADA : 1 GK Greg Sutton, 2 Adam Braz, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 5 Gabriel Gervais, 6 Patrice Bernier (16 Patrick Leduc 66’ début), 15 Josh Simpson, 10 Jaime Peters (11 Jim Brennan 58’), 12 Sandro Grande (8 Adrian Serioux 72’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 14 Dwayne De Rosario (17 Olivier Occean 78’), 7 Iain Hume (9 Ali Gerba 58’ début). HON 52’ Francisco Ramirez 0-1 HON 56’ Wilmer Velasquez 0-2 CAN 70’ Kevin McKenna (head / tête) 1-2 (a. .. CK)

2005 CONCACAF GOLD CUP 2005 Concacaf Gold Cup / Coupe d’Or de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Frank Yallop 2005 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2005-07-07 Seattle, WA, USA CAN L 0:1 CRC Sportsnet ; Qwest Field, att. 15,831 Referee / arbitre : Peter Prenergast (Garwood, Taylor, Brizan). CANADA : 1 GK Greg Sutton, 2 Adam Braz, 4 Kevin McKenna capt. (red / rouge), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 15 Josh Simpson, 6 Patrice Bernier, 12 Sandro Grande (17 Jaime Peters 90’), 16 Patrick Leduc (8 Adrian Serioux 83’), 11 Jim Brennan, 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 9 Ali Gerba (7 Iain Hume 70’). CRC 30’ Jafet Soto (PK left foot / pied gauche) 0-1 Red card / carton rouge 80’ Kevin McKenna 2005 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2005-07-09 Seattle, WA, USA CAN L 0:2 USA Sportsnet ; Qwest Field, att. 15,109 Referee / arbitre : Neal Brizan (Taylor, Garwood, Prendergast). Suspended / suspendu : Kevin McKenna. CANADA : 1 GK Greg Sutton, 2 Adam Braz, 5 Gabriel Gervais, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 15 Josh Simpson, 6 Patrice Bernier, 8 Adrian Serioux (red / rouge), 16 Patrick Leduc (17 Jaime Peters 67’), 11 Jim Brennan (12 Sandro Grande 79’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario capt., 10 Olivier Occean (9 Ali Gerba 70’). USA 48’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-1 (o.g.) Red card / carton rouge 82’ Adrian Serioux USA 90’+1 Landon Donovan (head / tête) 0-2 (a. Beasley) 2005 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2005-07-12 Foxborough, MA, USA CAN W 2:1 CUB Sportsnet ; Gillette Stadium, att. 15,211 Referee / arbitre : Roberto Moreno (Williamson, Garwood, Brizan). Suspended / suspendu : Adrian Serioux. CANADA : 1 GK Greg Sutton, 2 Adam Braz, 3 Chris Pozniak (15 Josh Simpson 63’), 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 5 Gabriel Gervais, 6 Patrice Bernier, 9 Ali Gerba, 10 Olivier Occean, 12 Sandro Grande (17 Jaime Peters 56’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 14 Dwayne De Rosario. CAN 69’ Ali Gerba (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Simpson) Red card / carton rouge 84’ Frank Yallop (coach / entraîneur) CAN 87’ Atiba Hutchinson (right / droit) 2-0 CUB 90’+2 Alaín Cervantes (right / droit) 2-1 (rebound / rebonde) GROUP / GROUPE : USA 7 points; CRC 7; CAN 3; CUB 0.

2005 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Frank Yallop


2006 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Begovic, Asmir 0 0 0 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 2 2 180 2 1 Sutton, Greg 2 2 180 0 2 Wagenaar, Josh 1 1 90 1 0

CAN MNT

2006 CAN MNT MP MS Ademolu, Stephen 1 0 Bernier, Patrice 5 4 Braz, Adam 4 2 Brennan, Jim 1 0 de Guzman, Julian 3 3 De Rosario, Dwayne 2 2 Friend, Rob 5 4 Gerba, Ali 2 1 Gervais, Gabriel 3 1 Grande, Sandro 3 2 Gyaki, Ryan 0 0 Hainault, André 1 1 Hume, Iain 2 1 Hutchinson, Atiba 4 4 Jazic, Ante 3 2 Johnson, Will 2 0 Klukowski, Mike 2 2 Leduc, Patrick 0 0 McKenna, Kevin 3 3 Menezes, Tony 0 0 Nakajima-Farran, Issey 1 0 Nash, Martin 1 0 Nsaliwa, Tam 1 1 Occean, Olivier 0 0 Ornoch, Andrzej 1 0 Peetoom, Brad 0 0 Peters, Jaime 1 0 Pizzolitto, Nevio 0 0 Pozniak, Chris 3 3 Radzinski, Tomasz 4 4 Reda, Marco 4 4 Ribeiro, Antonio 0 0

CAN MNT

MIN G A 7 356 1a 243 45 1g 1a 191 1a 180 387 1g 80 224 171 0 90 89 315 141 27 87 0 225 0 45 34 90 0 4 0 45 0 205 360 1g 360 1g 0

Début

Coach / entraîneur Frank Yallop 2006 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2006-01-22 San Diego, CA, USA CAN D 0:0 USA Torero Stadium, att. 6,077 Referee / arbitre : Benito Archundia (Ramirez, Rebollar, Stott). CANADA : 1 GK Greg Sutton, 2 Adam Braz, 5 Marco Reda, 4 Gabriel Gervais, 3 Ante Jazic, 8 Adrian Serioux (17 Stephen Ademolu 84’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 10 Sandro Grande (7 Will Johnson 70’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario capt., 9 Rob Friend, 11 Patrice Bernier. 2006 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2006-03-01 Vienna, AUT CAN W 2:0 AUT ORF1 ; Ernst Happel Stadium, att. 9,000 Referee / arbitre : Dick van Egmond (Meints, Lobbert, Stuchlik). CANADA : 1 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos, 2 Chris Pozniak, 5 Marco Reda, 4 Kevin McKenna capt. (11 Jim Brennan HT), 15 Mike Klukowski (3 Ante Jazic 67’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 6 Adrian Serioux (8 Patrice Bernier 57’), 10 Sandro Grande (12 Will Johnson 84’), 9 Tomasz Radzinski, 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 7 Ali Gerba (16 Rob Friend 60’) CAN 66’ Jim Brennan (left / gauche) 1-0 CAN 70’ Marco Reda (body / corps) 2-0 (a. Brennan)

2006 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Stephen Hart

Début

Début

Début

2006 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2006-09-04 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN W 1:0 JAM Sportsnet ; Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard, att. 6,526 Referee / arbitre : Walter Quesada (Leal, Mora, Liu). CANADA : 1 GK Greg Sutton, 2 Adam Braz, 5 Marco Reda, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 3 Chris Pozniak INJ (12 Gabriel Gervais 25’), 6 Patrice Bernier (14 Sandro Grande 73’), 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Julian de Guzman, 9 Tomasz Radzinski, 10 Rob Friend (13 Iain Hume 87’), 15 Josh Simpson. CAN 41’ Rob Friend (head / tête) 1-0 (a. de Guzman) 2006 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2006-10-08 Kingston, JAM CAN L 1:2 JAM National Stadium, att. 5,000 Referee / arbitre : Neal Brizan. CANADA : 1 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos, 11 Mike Klukowski (12 Gabriel Gervais 20’, 2 Adam Braz 90’), 4 Kevin McKenna, 5 Marco Reda, 7 Paul Stalteri, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 6 Julian de Guzman (14 Martin Nash 56’), 8 Patrice Bernier (17 Ali Gerba 70’), 15 Josh Simpson, 9 Tomasz Radzinski, 10 Rob Friend. CAN 8’ Tomasz Radzinski (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Bernier) JAM 35’ Luton Shelton 1-1 JAM 38’ Demar Phillips 1-2 2006 CANADA MNT 2006-11-15 Székesfehérvár, HUN GolTV ; Sóstói Stadion, att. 6,000 Referee / arbitre : Michael Weiner.

INTERNATIONAL CAN L 0:1 HUN

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CANADA SOCCER

2006 INTERNATIONALS

CANADA MNT

0 0 2 141 0 0 2 180 2 180 0 0 0 0

FUTSAL - PARA

2006 CANADA MNT

0 2 0 2 2 0 0

CANADA WNT

2005 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2005-11-16 Hesperange, LUX CAN W 1:0 LUX Sportsnet ; Stade Alphonse Theis Referee / arbitre : Gomes Costa. CANADA : 1 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos, 3 Chris Pozniak, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 5 Ante Jazic (15 Josh Simpson 59’), 12 Johnny Sulentic (16 Jaime Peters 64’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 8 Daniel Imhof (10 Patrice Bernier HT), 11 Jim Brennan, 7 Iain Hume, 17 Stephen Ademolu (9 Will Johnson 84’). Debut / début par : Will Johnson. CAN 69’ Iain Hume (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. De Rosario)

Schleer, Alex Serioux, Adrian Simpson, David Simpson, Josh Stalteri, Paul Stewart, Jack Sulentic, Johnny

HALL of FAME

2005 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2005-09-03 Santander, ESP CAN L 1:2 ESP Sportsnet ; Estadio El Sardinero, att. 11,978 Referee / arbitre : Claude Colombo (Peyrot, Ortega, Burrull). CANADA : 1 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos, 2 Adam Braz, 3 Mike Klukowski, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 6 Julian de Guzman, 10 Ali Gerba (15 Josh Simpson 66’), 7 Patrice Bernier (12 Sandro Grande 71’), 8 Adrian Serioux, 9 Tomasz Radzinski, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 14 Dwayne De Rosario (16 Rocco Placentino 85’ début). ESP 7’ Raul Tamudo (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Luque) ESP 69’ Fernando Morientes (left / gauche) 0-2 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 73’ Sandro Grande (right / droit) 1-2


CANADA : 1 GK Joshua Wagenaar début, 3 Ante Jazic (2 Adam Braz 28’), 5 André Hainault début, 6 Julian de Guzman (16 Issey Nakajima-Farran HT début), 7 Iain Hume (18 Andrzej Ornoch 86’ début), 8 Patrice Bernier, 9 Tomasz Radzinski capt., 10 Rob Friend, 11 Chris Pozniak, 13 Atiba Hutchinson (17 Jaime Peters HT), 15 Tam Nsaliwa. HUN 36’ Tamas Priskin (head / tête) 0-1 (a. .. FK)

2007 CANADA MNT 2007 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Begovic, Asmir 0 0 0 Djekanovic, Srdjan 0 0 0 Giacomi, Roberto 0 0 0 Hirschfeld, Lars 3 3 270 3 1 Onstad, Pat 5 5 450 4 2 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 0 0 0 Sutton, Greg 2 2 180 4 0 Wagenaar, Josh 0 0 0 2007 CAN MNT MP MS MIN G A Bernier, Patrice 9 7 641 1a Braz, Adam 2 1 66 Brennan, Jim 1 1 90 de Guzman, Julian 10 10 872 2g 4a de Jong, Marcel 1 0 17 De Rosario, Dwayne 8 8 676 5g Dodds, Rhian 0 0 0 Edgar, David 0 0 0 Friend, Rob 5 3 325 1a Gerba, Ali 7 5 376 4g 1a Gervais, Gabriel 1 1 90 Hainault, André 8 8 704 Harmse, Kevin 5 1 92 Hastings, Richard 8 8 720 Hume, Iain 6 2 226 1g Hutchinson, Atiba 9 9 747 1g 2a Imhof, Daniel 2 1 135 Jazic, Ante 6 6 540 Johnson, Will 1 0 6 Klukowski, Mike 2 2 180 Ledgerwood, Nik 1 0 18 Marcina, Alen 0 0 0 McKenna, Kevin 2 2 180 Mert, Mesut 0 0 0 Nakajima-Farran, Issey 7 2 285 Nash, Martin 6 5 370 1a Occean, Olivier 4 1 129 1g Pozniak, Chris 3 1 107 Radzinski, Tomasz 4 4 303 1g 2a Reda, Marco 0 0 0 Ribeiro, Antonio 1 0 45 1a Serioux, Adrian 1 1 90 Simpson, David 0 0 0 Simpson, Josh 2 1 81 Stalteri, Paul 10 10 878 1g 1a Stewart, Jack 0 0 0 Sulentic, Johnny 0 0 0

GC 1.GC 5.GC 2.GC GC 2.GC 2.GC 2.GC Début 4.GC 1.GC 2.GC 2.GC 1.GC 1.GC 4.GC 3.GC 3.GC 1.GC Début

1.GC 3.GC 4.GC Début & 1.GC

4.GC

2007 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Stephen Hart 2007 CANADA MNT 2007-03-25 Devonshire Parish, BER

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National Sports Center CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 11 Richard Hastings, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 5 André Hainault, 7 Paul Stalteri (2 Adam Braz 79’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario (6 Issey Nakajima-Farran 69’), 16 Martin Nash (15 Josh Simpson 54’), 8 Julian de Guzman (3 Kevin Harmse 74’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 9 Tomasz Radzinski, 12 Olivier Occean (10 Rob Friend 54’) CAN 25’ Atiba Hutchinson 1-0 (a. Radzinski) CAN 30’ Tomasz Radzinski 2-0 (a. Nash) CAN 44’ Paul Stalteri 3-0 (a. Radzinski) 2007 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2007-06-01 Maracaibo, VEN CAN D 2:2 VEN Estadio José Pachencho Romero, att. 20,000 Referee / arbitre : Carlos Lopez (Sanchez, Urrego, Argote). CANADA : 1 GK Greg Sutton, 2 Adam Braz (18 Issey NakajimaFarran 55’), 3 Ante Jazic, 6 Julian de Guzman, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 8 Kevin Harmse (19 António Ribeiro HT début), 9 Rob Friend (10 Ali Gerba 81’), 11 Richard Hastings, 12 Gabriel Gervais, 13 Atiba Hutchinson (16 Martin Nash 73’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario (15 Patrice Bernier 68’). CAN 5’ Dwayne De Rosario (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Friend) VEN 22’ Alejandro Cichero (head / tête) 1-1 (a. .. FK) VEN 24’ Giancarlo Maldonado (right / droit) 1-2 Red card / carton rouge 83’ VEN Javier Villafraz CAN 87’ Ali Gerba (left / gauche) 2-2 (a. Ribeiro)

2007 CONCACAF GOLD CUP 2007 Concacaf Gold Cup / Coupe d’Or de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Stephen Hart Most Valuable Player / joueur par excellence : Julian de Guzman All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles : de Guzman, Hastings, Stalteri 2007 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2007-06-06 Miami, FL, USA CAN W 2:1 CRC Sportsnet ; Orange Bowl, att. 17,420 Referee / arbitre : Enrico Wingaarde (Garwood, Morgan, Campbell). CANADA : 22 Pat Onstad, 3 Ante Jazic, 11 Richard Hastings, 5 André Hainault, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 16 Martin Nash (8 Kevin Harmse 72’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 6 Julian de Guzman, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 15 Patrice Bernier, 9 Rob Friend (10 Ali Gerba 90’). CRC 56’ Walter Centeno (right / droit) 0-1 CAN 57’ Julian de Guzman (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Hutchinson) CAN 73’ Julian de Guzman (left / gauche) 2-1 (a. Bernier) 2007 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2007-06-09 Miami, FL, USA CAN L 1:2 GLP Sportsnet ; Orange Bowl, att. 22,529 50th / 50e match international : Pat Onstad. Referee / arbitre : Neal Brizan (Gansner, Stickland, Vaughan). CANADA : 1 GK Greg Sutton, 3 Ante Jazic, 5 André Hainault, 11 Richard Hastings, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 16 Martin Nash (20 Chris Pozniak 74’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 6 Julian de Guzman, 15 Patrice Bernier (8 Kevin Harmse 89’), 10 Ali Gerba (17 Iain Hume 68’). GLP 10’ Jocelyn Angloma (right / droit) 0-1 CAN 35’ Ali Gerba (right / droit) 1-1 (a. de Guzman) GLP 38’ David Fleurival (right / droit) 1-2 2007 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2007-06-11 Miami, FL, USA CAN W 2:0 HAI Sportsnet ; Orange Bowl, att. 15,892 Referee / arbitre : Marco Rodriguez (Gansner, Peasch, Campbell). CANADA : 22 Pat Onstad, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 11 André Hainault, 5 Richard Hastings, 3 Ante Jazic, 20 Chris Pozniak, 14 Dwayne


2007 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Dale Mitchell 2007 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2007-08-22 Reykjavík, ISL CAN D 1:1 ISL Laugardalsvöllur, att. 5,000 Referee / arbitre : Tony Asumaa (Lahti, Alakare, Jakobsson). CANADA : 22 Pat Onstad, 3 Mike Klukowski, 14 Daniel Imhof, 5 André Hainault, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 6 Julian de Guzman, 8 Patrice Bernier, 17 Iain Hume (16 Olivier Occean 60’), 9 Tomasz Radzinski (2 Nik Ledgerwood 72’ début), 12 Issey Nakajima-Farran, 10 Ali Gerba. ISL 62’ Ragnar Sigurðsson 0-1 CAN 75’ Olivier Occean 1-1 (rebound / rebonde) 2007 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2007-09-12 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN D 1:1 CRC Sportsnet ; BMO Field, att. 9,325 Referee / arbitre : Jair Marrufo (Rockwell, Quisenberry, Depiero). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 4 Adrian Serioux, 5 André Hainault (15 Olivier Occean 74’), 11 Jim Brennan, 8 Patrice Bernier, 6 Julian de Guzman, 13 Atiba Hutchinson (2 Daniel Imhof HT), 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 9 Tomasz Radzinski (17 Iain Hume 57’), 10 Ali Gerba (16 Rob Friend 61’). CRC 48’ Victor Núñez (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Diaz) CAN 54’ Dwayne De Rosario 1-1 (a. de Guzman) Red card / carton rouge 49’ CRC Randal Azofeifa 2YR 2007 CANADA MNT 2007-11-20 Durban, RSA SABC Sport ; ABSA Stadium

INTERNATIONAL CAN L 0:2 RSA

2008 CAN MNT MP MS Aguiar, Fernando 0 0 Bernier, Patrice 9 5 Brennan, Jim 5 1 Cann, Adrian 4 3 de Guzman, Julian 7 7 de Jong, Marcel 6 4 De Rosario, Dwayne 8 8 Edgar, David 0 0 Friend, Rob 8 5 Gbeke, Charles 3 2 Gerba, Ali 9 5 Grande, Sandro 0 0 Hainault, André 5 4 Harmse, Kevin 4 4 Hastings, Richard 9 8 Hume, Iain 4 0 Hutchinson, Atiba 9 9 Imhof, Daniel 1 0 Jackson, Simeon 0 0 Jakovic, Dejan 1 0 Jazic, Ante 1 0 Johnson, Will 1 1 Klukowski, Mike 10 10 Ledgerwood, Nik 1 1 McKenna, Kevin 1 1 Nakajima-Farran, Issey 8 8 Nakajima-Farran, Paris 0 0 Nash, Martin 1 1 Nsaliwa, Tam 2 0 Occean, Olivier 1 0 Ornoch, Andrzej 1 0 Peters, Jaime 2 0 Pozniak, Chris 3 2 Radzinski, Tomasz 9 9 Reda, Marco 1 1 Ribeiro, Antonio 1 0 Rosenlund, Tyler 1 0 Serioux, Adrian 9 9 Simpson, David 1 0 Simpson, Josh 1 0 Stalteri, Paul 11 11 Williams, Chris 2 1

FIFA WCQ

MIN G A 0 412 2a 167 315 576 2g 275 709 3g 4a 0 412 1g 149 504 6g 1a 0 405 1g 342 2a 688 160 1a 784 17 0 22 45 1g 90 855 1a 90 90 1a 613 1g 0 90 39 1a 9 25 93 1g 241 621 1g 4a 90 5 18 765 1g 32 17 939 89

2.WCQ 1.WCQ

2.WCQ 3.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ 4.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 2.WCQ 2.WCQ 3.WCQ 1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 1.WCQ 3.WCQ 1.WCQ

2.WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 3.WCQ Début 2.WCQ Début 3.WCQ 1.WCQ

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CANADA MNT

2008 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Begović, Asmir 0 0 0 Hirschfeld, Lars 6 6 540 14 0 Onstad, Pat 5 5 450 5 2 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 0 0 0 Sutton, Greg 1 1 90 2 0 Wagenaar, Josh 0 0 0

FUTSAL - PARA

2007 CANADA MNT SEMI / DEMI 2007-06-21 Chicago, IL, USA CAN L 1:2 USA Sportsnet ; Soldier Field, att. 50,790 Ref. / arbitre : Benito Archundia (Camargo, Louisville, Quesada). CANADA : 22 Pat Onstad, 3 Ante Jazic, 11 Richard Hastings, 5 André Hainault, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 16 Martin Nash (17 Iain Hume 63’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 6 Julian de Guzman, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 15 Patrice Bernier, 10 Ali Gerba (10 Ali Gerba 80’). USA 39’ Frankie Hejduk (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Donovan) USA 45+1’ Landon Donovan (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-2 CAN 76’ Iain Hume (left / gauche) 1-2 (a. Hutchinson) Red card / carton rouge 86’ Michael Bradley 90’+4 Atiba Hutchinson was onside

2008 CANADA MNT

CANADA WNT

2007 CANADA MNT QUARTER / QUART 2007-06-16 Foxborough, MA, USA CAN W 3:0 GUA Sportsnet ; Gillette Stadium, att. 22,412 Referee / arbitre : Courtney Campbell (Williamson, Giron, Moreno). CANADA : 22 Pat Onstad, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 5 André Hainault, 11 Richard Hastings, 3 Ante Jazic, 16 Martin Nash, 14 Dwayne De Rosario (18 Issey Nakajima-Farran 89’), 6 Julian de Guzman, 13 Atiba Hutchinson (20 Chris Pozniak 90’), 15 Patrice Bernier, 10 Ali Gerba (17 Iain Hume 67’). CAN 17’ Dwayne De Rosario (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Gerba) CAN 32’ Ali Gerba (right / droit) 2-0 (a. de Guzman) CAN 44’ Ali Gerba (right / droit) 3-0 (a. de Guzman)

Referee / arbitre : Ngosi Kalyoto (Moffat, Michael). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 7 Paul Stalteri capt. (red / rouge), 5 Kevin McKenna, 11 Richard Hastings, 3 Mike Klukowski, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 6 Julian de Guzman, 9 Tomasz Radzinski (8 Will Johnson 84’), 15 Josh Simpson (12 Issey Nakajima-Farran HT), 20 Patrice Bernier (Marcel de Jong 73’ début), 17 Iain Hume (10 Olivier Occean 61’). RSA 40’ Teko Modise (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Mhlongo) RSA 45+’ Teko Modise (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-2 Red card / carton rouge 79’ Paul Stalteri 2YR

HALL of FAME

De Rosario, 6 Julian de Guzman (8 Kevin Harmse 78’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 18 Issey Nakajima-Farran (15 Patrice Bernier 83’), 9 Rob Friend. CAN 32’ Dwayne De Rosario (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Stalteri) CAN 35’ Dwayne De Rosario (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-0 Red card / carton rouge 80’ HAI Pierre-Richard Bruny GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 6 points; CRC 4; GLP 4; HAI 2.


2008 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Dale Mitchell 2008 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2008-01-30 Fort-de-France, MTQ CAN W 1:0 MTQ Stade Louis Achille Referee / arbitre : B. Fouqet (Agasseau, Scully, Janwer). CANADA : 1 GK Pat Onstad, 15 Chris Williams (16 Dejan Jaković 68’ début), 4 Adrian Cann début, 5 Marco Reda, 13 Chris Pozniak, 10 Martin Nash, 6 Adrian Serioux, 8 Kevin Harmse (2 Tyler Rosenlund 72’ début), 14 Dwayne De Rosario capt., 11 Charles Gbeke début (17 David Simpson 58’ début), 7 Issey Nakajima-Farran (12 António Ribeiro 85’). CAN 32’ Dwayne De Rosario (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Harmse) 2008 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2008-03-26 Tallinn, EST CAN L 0:2 EST A. Le Coq Stadium, att. 1,600 Pitch covered in snow / terrain couvert de neige Referee / arbitre : Audrius Zuta (Slyva, Vilutis, Tohver). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 11 Richard Hastings, 4 André Hainault, 3 Mike Klukowski, 12 Issey NakajimaFarran (20 Patrice Bernier HT), 6 Julian de Guzman, 13 Atiba Hutchinson (15 Josh Simpson 73’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 10 Ali Gerba (16 Rob Friend HT), 9 Tomasz Radzinski (2 Daniel Imhof 73’). EST 59’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-1 (o.g.) EST 90’ Vjatseslav Zahovaiko (left / gauche) 0-2 (a. Rooba) 2008 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2008-05-31 Seattle, WA, USA CAN L 2:3 BRA QWest Field, att. 47,052 Referee / arbitre : Kevin Stott (Vasoli, Hosking, Ward). CANADA : 18 GK Pat Onstad, 19 Mike Klukowski, 20 Adrian Serioux, 11 Richard Hastings, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 12 Issey NakajimaFarran, 13 Atiba Hutchinson (15 Patrice Bernier 81’), 6 Julian de Guzman (8 Tam Nsaliwa 77’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario (17 Jaime Peters 79’), 16 Rob Friend, 9 Tomasz Radzinski (2 Marcel de Jong 73’). BRA 4’ Diego (right / droit) 0-1 CAN 10’ Rob Friend (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Klukowski) BRA 45’ Fabiano (head / tête) 1-2 (a. Gilberto) CAN 56’ Julian de Guzman (right / droit) 2-2 (interception) BRA 63’ Robinho (left / gauche) 2-3 2008 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2008-06-04 Sunrise, FL, USA CAN D 2:2 PAN Kics International (Holiday Inn) CANADA : 1 GK Greg Sutton, 20 Adrian Serioux (5 Adrian Cann HT), 11 Richard Hastings (3 Ante Jazic HT), 14 Mike Klukowski, 12 Issey Nakajima-Farran, 7 Paul Stalteri capt. (2 Tam Nsaliwa 64’), 15 Patrice Bernier (5 André Hainault HT), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 2 Marcel de Jong (11 Jim Brennan HT), 9 Tomasz Radzinski (17 Jaime Peters 8’), 16 Rob Friend (10 Ali Gerba HT). CAN 20’ Jaime Peters (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Bernier FK) PAN 44’ Luis Tejada (PK) 1-1 PAN 50’ Luis Garces 1-2 (a. J.Perez) CAN 82’ Ante Jazić 2-2 (a. Nsaliwa)

SOUTH AFRICA 2010 QUALIFIERS 2010 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers South Africa Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Coach / entraîneur Dale Mitchell 2008 CANADA MNT 2008-06-15 Kingstown, VIN

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Arnos Vale Playing Ground, att. 6,500 Referee / arbitre : Carlos Batres (Pastrana, Leal, Rodas). CANADA : 18 GK Pat Onstad, 3 Mike Klukowski, 11 Richard Hastings, 5 Adrian Serioux, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 6 Julian de Guzman (6 Julian de Guzman 72’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 12 Issey NakajimaFarran, 9 Tomasz Radzinski (2 Jim Brennan 85’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 16 Rob Friend (10 Ali Gerba 3’). CAN 29’ Issey Nakajima-Farran 1-0 (a. Radzinski) CAN 38’ Ali Gerba 2-0 (a. De Rosario) CAN 89’ Ali Gerba 3-0 (a. De Rosario) 2008 CANADA MNT FIFA WCQ 2008-06-20 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN W 4:1 VIN Sportsnet ; Stade Saputo, att. 11,502 Referee / arbitre : Joel Aguilar (Torres, Zumba, Bonilla). 50th / 50e match international : Dwayne De Rosario. CANADA : 18 GK Pat Onstad, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 2 Adrian Cann, 5 Adrian Serioux, 3 Mike Klukowski (11 Jim Brennan HT), 6 Julian de Guzman (15 Patrice Bernier 67’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 12 Issey Nakajima-Farran (8 Marcel de Jong 82’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 9 Tomasz Radzinski, 10 Ali Gerba. CAN 29’ D. De Rosario (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Radzinski) CAN 38’ Ali Gerba (head / tête) 2-0 (a. De Rosario) CAN 50’ D. De Rosario (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Radzinski) CAN 63’ Ali Gerba (head / tête) 4-0 (a. De Rosario CK) VIN 75’ Marlon James (right / droit) 4-1 2008 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 2008-08-20 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN D 1:1 JAM Sportsnet ; BMO Field, att. 21,978 Referee / arbitre : Carlos Batres (Gonzalez, Mendez, Lopez). CANADA : 18 GK Pat Onstad, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 15 Adrian Serioux, 5 Richard Hastings, 3 Mike Klukowski, 8 Patrice Bernier (17 Iain Hume 64’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 6 Julian de Guzman, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 9 Tomasz Radzinski, 16 Rob Friend (10 Ali Gerba 77’). CAN 47’ Julian de Guzman (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Radzinski) JAM 52’ Andrew Williams (CK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 2008 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 2008-09-06 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN L 1:2 HON Sportsnet ; Stade Saputo, att. 12,338 Referee / arbitre : Walter Quesada (Leal, Luna, Solano). 50th / 50e match international : Richard Hastings. CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 5 Richard Hastings, 15 Adrian Serioux, 3 Mike Klukowski, 8 Patrice Bernier (red / rouge), 6 Julian de Guzman, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 9 Tomasz Radzinski (17 Iain Hume 22’, 11 Jim Brennan 83’), 10 Ali Gerba (16 Rob Friend 64’). CAN 5’ Adrian Serioux (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Bernier CK) HON 47’ Ramón Núñez (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Palacios) HON 56’ Ramón Núñez (right / droit) 1-2 (a. ?) Red card / carton rouge 73’ Patrice Bernier 2YR 2008 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 2008-09-10 Tuxtla Gutierrez, CS, MEX CAN L 1:2 MEX Sportsnet ; Estadio Victor Manuel Reyna, att. 26,900 Referee / arbitre : Neal Brizan (Ragoonath, Baptiste, Hospedales). Suspended / suspendu : Patrice Bernier. CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 5 Richard Hastings, 15 Adrian Serioux, 3 Mike Klukowski, 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 6 Julian de Guzman, 12 Issey Nakajima-Farran (17 Iain Hume 62’), 11 Jim Brennan (10 Ali Gerba 65’), 16 Rob Friend (8 Olivier Occean 81’). MEX 59’ Omar Bravo (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Osorio) MEX 73’ Rafael Márquez (head / tête) 0-2 (a. .. CK) CAN 78’ Ali Gerba (head / tête) 1-2 (a. Hume FK)


2009 FINAL ROUND / RONDE FINALE GROUP / GROUPE : USA 20; MEX 19; HON 16; CRC 16; SLV 8; TRI 6. From 35 Concacaf nations, USA (champion), Mexico and Honduras qualified for the FIFA World Cup South Africa 2010 ; parmi 35 nations de la Concacaf, USA (champion), le Mexique et Honduras se sont qualifiés pour la Coupe du Monde, Afrique du Sud 2010.

2009 CANADA MNT 2009 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Hirschfeld, Lars 2 2 180 1 1 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 0 0 0 Sutton, Greg 5 4 405 3 3 Wagenaar, Josh 2 2 135 3 1 2009 CAN MNT MP MS MIN G A Beaulieu-Bourgault, J. 1 0 2 Bernier, Patrice 6 5 498 2g Cann, Adrian 3 1 109 de Guzman, Julian 7 7 580 de Jong, Marcel 6 4 277 1g 1a

GC

4.GC Début Début & 1.GC 1.GC 1.GC 2.GC 4.GC 2.GC

CANADA SOCCER

3.GC 2.GC 2.GC 5.GC Début

2.GC

Début 2.GC 5.GC

2009 INTERNATIONALS

CANADA MNT

86 361 4g 90 0 315 22 69 604 1a 1 361 1g 405 372 1a 540 1a 90 710 137 9 367 7 85 0 90 490 2a 517

Coach / entraîneur Stephen Hart 2009 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2009-05-30 Larnaka, CYP CAN W 1:0 CYP Antonis Papadopoulos, att. 200 Referee / arbitre : Asaf Kenan (Sotiriou, Hadjinicolas, Nikolaides). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 14 Eddy Sidra début, 4 Adrian Cann, 5 Kevin McKenna capt., 11 Richard Hastings, 12 Issey Nakajima-Farran (8 Tyler Hemming 68’ début), 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 6 Julian de Guzman, 20 Jaime Peters (17 Dominic Imhof 89’ début), 19 Simeon Jackson début (16 Andrzej Ornoch 81’), 15 Josh Simpson (3 Chris Pozniak 83’). CAN 53’ Simeon Jackson (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Simpson) 2009 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2009-06-30 Oxnard, CA, USA CAN W 3:0 GUA Oxnard College, att. 200 Referee / arbitre : Ashbir Singh (Van Dyne, Franco). CANADA : 18 GK Joshua Wagenaar (1 GK Greg Sutton HT), 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 14 Dejan Jaković (11 Richard Hastings HT), 5 Kevin McKenna (2 Adrian Cann 80’), 3 Mike Klukowski, 10 Will Johnson (12 Issey Nakajima-Farran 66’), 6 Julian de Guzman (20 Patrice Bernier 42’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 17 Jaime Peters (16 Simeon Jackson 56’), 8 Marcel de Jong (15 Josh Simpson HT), 9 Ali Gerba. CAN 4’ Ali Gerba (head / tête) 1-0 (a. de Jong) CAN 55’ Patrice Bernier 2-0 (a. Johnson) CAN 67’ Ali Gerba (PK) 3-0

2009 CONCACAF GOLD CUP

3.GC 1.GC

2009 Concacaf Gold Cup / Coupe d’Or de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Stephen Hart All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles : de Guzman, Klukowksi

GC Début 3.GC 1.GC 3.GC 1.GC

2009 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2009-07-03 Carson, CA, USA CAN W 1:0 JAM Home Depot Center, att. 27,000 Referee / arbitre : Terry Vaughan (Morgante, Hierrezuelo, Marrufo). 75th / 75e match international : Paul Stalteri.

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2008 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 2008-11-19 Kingston, JAM CAN L 0:3 JAM Sportsnet ; National Stadium, att. 28,000 Referee / arbitre : Joel Aguilar (Zumba, Tores, Bonilla). Suspended / suspendu : Mike Klukowski, Tomasz Radzinski. CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 3 Adrian Cann, 5 André Hainault, 6 Nik Ledgerwood, 9 Will Johnson, 8 Chris Pozniak, 12 Kevin Harmse, 7 Paul Stalteri capt. (4 Andrzej Ornoch 65’), 10 Charles Gbeke, 14 Issey Nakajima-Farran (17 Chris Williams 69’), 11 Marcel de Jong. JAM 28’ Luton Shelton (left / gauche) 0-1 JAM 58’ Marlon King (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-2 JAM 85’ Omar Cummings (right / droit) 0-3 GROUP / GROUPE : HON 12 points; MEX 10; JAM 10; CAN 2.

1 4 1 0 3 0 1 7 0 3 5 5 6 1 8 1 0 4 0 1 0 1 5 6

CANADA WNT

2008 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 2008-10-15 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN D 2:2 MEX Sportsnet ; Commonwealth Stadium, att. 14,145 Referee / arbtire : Enrico Wijngaarde (Inniss, Louisville, Budel). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 13 Kevin Harmse, 11 Richard Hastings (16 Charles Gbeke 89’), 4 André Hainault, 3 Mike Klukowski, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 15 Adrian Serioux, 8 Patrice Bernier, 9 Tomasz Radzinski, 10 Ali Gerba, 12 Marcel de Jong (12 Marcel de Jong 39’). CAN 13’ Ali Gerba (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Harmse) MEX 35’ Carlos Salcido (FK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 CAN 50’ Tomasz Radzinski (right / droit) 2-1 (a. Gerba) MEX 64’ Matias Vuoso (head / tête) 2-2 (a. Dos Santos)

Friend, Rob 2 Gerba, Ali 5 Hainault, André 1 Harmse, Kevin 0 Hastings, Richard 4 Hemming, Tyler 1 Hume, Iain 2 Hutchinson, Atiba 7 Imhof, Dominic 1 Jackson, Simeon 8 Jakovic, Dejan 5 Johnson, Will 5 Klukowski, Mike 6 Ledgerwood, Nik 1 McKenna, Kevin 8 Nakajima-Farran, Issey 3 Ornoch, Andrzej 1 Peters, Jaime 6 Pozniak, Chris 1 Radzinski, Tomasz 1 Ricketts, Tosaint 0 Sidra, Eddy 1 Simpson, Josh 8 Stalteri, Paul 6

HALL of FAME

2008 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2 2008-10-11 San Pedro Sula, HON CAN L 1:3 HON Sportsnet ; Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano, att. 35,000 Referee / arbitre : Jair Marrufo (Quisenberry, Morgante, Salazar). Suspended / suspendu : Dwayne De Rosario, Adrian Serioux. CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 3 Mike Klukowski, 4 André Hainault, 5 Kevin McKenna, 15 Kevin Harmse, 12 Marcel de Jong (11 Richard Hastings 76’), 8 Patrice Bernier (17 Iain Hume HT), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 9 Tomasz Radzinski, 10 Ali Gerba. HON 8’ Walter Martínez (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Hendry) CAN 52’ André Hainault (body / corps) 1-1 (a. McKenna) HON 60’ Carlos Costly (left / gauche) 1-2 HON 90’ Hendry Thomas (head / tête) 1-3 Canada officially eliminated / le Canada est officiellement éliminé


CANADA : 1 GK Greg Sutton, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 14 Dejan Jaković, 5 Kevin McKenna, 3 Mike Klukowski, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 6 Julian de Guzman, 20 Patrice Bernier, 8 Marcel de Jong (15 Josh Simpson HT), 10 Will Johnson (16 Simeon Jackson 70’), 9 Ali Gerba. CAN 75’ Ali Gerba (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Klukowski) 2009 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2009-07-07 Columbus, OH, USA CAN W 1:0 SLV Crew Stadium, att. 7,059 Referee / arbitre : Roberto Garcia (Innis, Paesch, Archundia). CANADA : 1 GK Greg Sutton, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 14 Dejan Jaković, 5 Kevin McKenna, 3 Mike Klukowski, 10 Will Johnson, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 6 Julian de Guzman, 20 Patrice Bernier, 15 Josh Simpson (8 Marcel de Jong 86’), 9 Ali Gerba (16 Simeon Jackson 76’). CAN 32’ Ali Gerba (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Hutchinson) 2009 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2009-07-10 Miami, FL, USA CAN D 2:2 CRC FIU Stadium, att. 17,269 Referee / arbitre : Terry Vaughan (Morgante, Delgadillo). CANADA : 1 GK Greg Sutton, 11 Richard Hastings, 5 Kevin McKenna capt., 4 André Hainault, 8 Marcel de Jong, 17 Jaime Peters, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 20 Patrice Bernier, 15 Josh Simpson (12 Issey Nakajima-Farran HT), 16 Simeon Jackson (2 Adrian Cann 81’), 10 Will Johnson (9 Ali Gerba 75’). CRC 23’ Andy Herron (right / droit) 0-1 CAN 25’ Patrice Bernier (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Simpson) CAN 28’ Marcel de Jong (left / gauche) 2-1 (rebound / rebonde) CRC 35’ Walter Centeno (FK right foot / pied droit) 2-2 GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 7 points; CRC 4; JAM 3; SLV 3. 2009 CANADA MNT QUARTER / QUART 2009-07-18 Philadelphia, PA, USA CAN L 0:1 HON Lincoln Financial Field, att. 31,087 Referee / arbitre : Joel Aguilar (Torres, Leal, Rodriguez). CANADA : 1 GK Greg Sutton, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 14 Dejan Jaković, 5 Kevin McKenna, 3 Mike Klukowski, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 6 Julian de Guzman, 20 Patrice Bernier, 15 Josh Simpson (16 Simeon Jackson 76’), 10 Will Johnson (17 Jaime Peters 71’), 9 Ali Gerba. HON 35’ Walter Martínez (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-1

2009 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Stephen Hart 2009 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2009-11-14 Strumica, MKD CAN L 0:3 MKD Mladost Strumica, att. 6,000 Referee / arbitre : Anton Genov (Ronkov, Stefanov, Meckarovski). CANADA : 18 GK Joshua Wagenaar, 7 Paul Stalteri capt. (14 Jaime Peters 67’), 5 Kevin McKenna, 11 Richard Hastings, 3 Mike Klukowski, 15 Josh Simpson, 20 Patrice Bernier, 13 Atiba Hutchinson (8 Marcel de Jong 64’), 6 Julian de Guzman (12 Jonathan Beaulieu-Bourgault 88’ début), 17 Iain Hume (10 Rob Friend 64’), 16 Simeon Jackson. MKD 47’ Goce Sedloski (head / tête) 0-1 (a. .. CK) Penalty miss 55’ / manque de pénalité par Iain Hume MKD 59’ Goran Pandev (PK left foot / pied gauche) 0-2 Penalty miss / manque de pénalité par Simeon Jackson MKD 90’+4 Goran Pandev (PK left foot / pied gauche) 0-3 2009 CANADA MNT 2009-11-18 Bydgoszcz, POL

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Stadiom Miejski im. Zdzisława Krzyszkowiaka, att. 8,000 Referee / arbitre : Lars Christoffersen (Malmberg, Rix, Lyczmanski). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 3 Mike Klukowski, 4 Dejan Jaković, 5 Kevin McKenna, 7 Paul Stalteri, 8 Marcel de Jong (15 Josh Simpson 70’), 6 Julian de Guzman, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 14 Jaime Peters, 9 Tomasz Radzinski capt. (17 Iain Hume 85’), 10 Rob Friend (16 Simeon Jackson 63’). POL 19’ Maciej Rybus (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Kosowski)

2010 CANADA MNT 2010 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Al, Shaibani, Haidar 1 0 20 0 0 Djekanovic, Srdjan 0 0 0 Hirschfeld, Lars 3 3 270 5 0 Monsalve, David 1 1 90 1 Onstad, Pat 1 1 90 5 0 Wagenaar, Josh 1 1 70 1 0 2010 CAN MNT MP MS MIN G A Ademolu, Stephen 3 1 102 Attakora, Nana 1 0 19 Beaulieu-Bourgault, J. 2 1 84 Bernier, Patrice 2 2 180 Cann, Adrian 1 0 46 de Guzman, Julian 2 2 180 De Jong, Marcel 2 2 120 De Rosario, Dwayne 2 2 178 Dunfield, Terry 2 2 153 Edgar, David 0 0 0 Edwini-Bonsu, Randy 1 0 13 Friend, Rob 3 3 224 1a Gerba, Ali 1 1 90 Haber, Marcus 1 0 16 Hainault, André 2 2 180 Hastings, Richard 2 2 171 Hemming, Tyler 1 1 90 Hume, Iain 1 0 27 Hutchinson, Atiba 3 2 191 1g 1a Imhof, Daniel 1 1 90 Jackson, Simeon 5 4 357 1g Jakovic, Dejan 3 3 270 Jazic, Ante 1 1 90 Johnson, Will 3 3 243 1a Klukowski, Mike 2 2 154 Ledgerwood, Nik 3 2 162 McCallum, Gavin 1 0 9 1g McKenna, Kevin 2 2 180 1g Nakajima-Farran, Issey 4 1 116 1a Occean, Olivier 1 1 74 Pacheco, Pedro 1 1 81 Peters, Jaime 2 0 94 Ribeiro, António 1 1 42 Rivas, Carlos 0 0 0 Sidra, Eddy 2 1 103 Simpson, Josh 4 3 293 1g 1a Stalteri, Paul 5 5 450 Straith, Adam 5 4 369 Uccello, Julian 0 0 0 Wassey, Massih 2 2 151 Zavarise, Gianluca 1 0 6

2010 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Stephen Hart

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2010 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2010-09-04 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 0:2 PER Sportsnet ; BMO Field, att. 10,619 Referee / arbitre : Edvin Jurisevic (Belleau, Clark, Gamble). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 5 Kevin McKenna, 19 Adam Straith, 3 Marcel de Jong INJ (12 Jaime Peters 30’), 6 Julian de Guzman, 8 Will Johnson (15 Josh Simpson 63’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 10 Simeon Jackson (17 Iain Hume 63’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 9 Rob Friend (11 Issey Nakajima-Farran 83’). PER 68’ José Carlos Fernández (head / tête) 0-1 PER 72’ Jean Tragodara (right / droit) 0-2 2010 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2010-09-07 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN W 2:1 HON Sportsnet ; Stade Saputo, att. 7,525 Referee / arbitre : Mark Geiger (Brière, Belleau, Tasev). 83rd / 83e match international : Paul Stalteri record. CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 4 Dejan Jaković, 5 Kevin McKenna, 19 Adam Straith, 8 Will Johnson, 14 Terry Dunfield (13 Atiba Hutchinson 79’), 20 Patrice Bernier, 15 Josh Simpson, 9 Rob Friend (11 Issey Nakajima-Farran 75’), 10 Simeon Jackson. CAN 29’ Josh Simpson (body / corps) 1-0 (a. Friend) HON 34’ Erick Norales (head / tête) 1-1 CAN 42’ Kevin McKenna (head / tête) 2-1 (a. Johnson CK)

2011 CAN MNT MP MS Attakora, Nana 1 0 Beaulieu-Bourgault, J. 4 2 Bernier, Patrice 1 1 Cann, Adrian 1 1 de Guzman, Julian 8 7 de Jong, Marcel 2 2 De Rosario, Dwayne 11 11 Di Chiara, Joseph 0 0 Dunfield, Terry 7 6 Edgar, David 7 5 Friend, Rob 5 1 Gerba, Ali 2 1 Haber, Marcus 1 0 Hainault, André 7 6 Hume, Iain 4 4 Hutchinson, Atiba 5 5 Jackson, Simeon 12 9 Jakovic, Dejan 2 2 Jazic, Ante 4 4 Johnson, Will 11 10 Klukowski, Mike 5 5 Ledgerwood, Nik 8 8 McKenna, Kevin 7 7 Morgan, Ashtone 2 1 Nakajima-Farran, Issey 1 0 Occean, Olivier 5 3 Pacheco, Pedro 4 1 Peters, Jaime 3 1 Ricketts, Tosaint 9 1 Simpson, Josh 12 11 Stalteri, Paul 0 0 Straith, Adam 5 5

MIN G A FIFA WCQ & GC 20 1.WCQ 198 1.WCQ 81 3.WCQ 90 667 1a 3.WCQ & 4.GC 180 2.GC 908 4g 2a 5.WCQ & 5.GC 0 1.WCQ 531 1g 1.WCQ & 1.GC 487 Début & 2.WCQ 199 2.GC 88 4.GC 8 1.WCQ 591 1g 2.WCQ & 3.GC 296 3g 1a 3.WCQ 429 1a 3.WCQ & 5.GC 808 4g 2a 2.WCQ & 2.GC 129 2.GC 360 3.WCQ 760 1g 3a 2.WCQ & 2.GC 450 3.WCQ & 3.GC 700 2.WCQ & 1.GC 630 4.WCQ & 5.GC 109 1a Début & 1.WCQ 4 271 3g 3.WCQ 88 1.GC 110 2.WCQ & 3.GC 221 3g 1a Début, 1.WCQ, 1.GC 937 3g 2a 2.WCQ & 3.GC 0 450 2a 1.WCQ

2011 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Stephen Hart 2011 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2011-02-09 Larissa, GRE CAN L 0:1 GRE Sportsnet ; A.E.L FC Arena, att. 14,800 Ref. / arbitre : Svein Oddvar Moen (Haglund, Andas, Kalopoulos).

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2011 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS FIFA WCQ & GC Al-Shaïbani, Haidar 0 0 0 Borjan, Milan 5 5 405 4 2 Début, 1.WCQ, 1.GC Hirschfeld, Lars 6 5 495 3 4 4.WCQ & 3.GC Stamatopoulos, Kenny 2 2 180 0 2 1.WCQ

FUTSAL - PARA

2010 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2010-05-29 Mérida, VEN CAN D 1:1 VEN Sportsnet ; Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano, att. 20,000 Referee / arbitre : Armando Buitrago. CANADA : 1 GK Joshua Wagenaar (22 GK Haidar Al Shaïbani 70’ début), 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 4 Adam Straith, 11 Richard Hastings, 3 Mike Klukowski (2 Eddy Sidra 64’), 15 Issey Nakajima-Farran, 8 Terry Dunfield début (10 Jonathan Beaulieu-Bourgault 74’), 20 Pedro Pacheco début (14 Gavin McCallum 81’ début), 12 Nik Ledgerwood (5 Gianluca Zavarise 84’ début), 13 Massih Wassey (17 Stephen Ademolu 61’), 16 Simeon Jackson. VEN 44’ Angel Courio (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Orozco) CAN 90’+2 McCallum (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Nakajima-Farran FK)

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CANADA WNT

2010 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2010-05-24 Buenos Aires, ARG CAN L 0:5 ARG Estadio River Plate, att. 66,000 Referee / arbitre : Víctor Rivera (Reategui, Escano, Lunati). CANADA : 18 GK Pat Onstad, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 4 André Hainault, 11 Richard Hastings (2 Adam Straith 81’ début), 3 Mike Klukowski, 12 Nik Ledgerwood (13 Jaime Peters 56’), 10 Daniel Imhof, 8 Will Johnson, 14 Dwayne De Rosario (17 Stephen Ademolu 88’), 9 Rob Friend (16 Simeon Jackson 66’), 15 Josh Simpson. ARG 15’ Maximiliano Rodriguez (FK right foot / pied droit) 0-1 ARG 32’ Maximiliano Rodriguez (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Tévez) ARG 37’ Ángel Di María (left / gauche) 0-3 ARG 63’ Carlos Tévez (right / droit) 0-4 (a. Higuain) ARG 71’ Sergio Agüero (left / gauche) 0-5

2010 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2010-10-08 Kyiv, UKR CAN D 2:2 UKR Inter TV ; Valeriy Lobanosvskyi, att. 9,100 Referee / arbitre : Tomasz Mikulski (Sadczuk, Siejka, Boiko). 50th / 50e match international : Atiba Hutchinson. CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 3 Marcel de Jong, 4 Dejan Jaković, 5 Adam Straith, 7 Paul Stalteri capt., 14 Jonathan Beaulieu-Bourgault (6 Nik Ledgerwood 68’), 20 Patrice Bernier, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 15 Josh Simpson (11 Issey Nakajima-Farran 86’), 10 Simeon Jackson, 17 Olivier Occean (16 Marcus Haber 74’ début). CAN 13’ Simeon Jackson (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Hutchinson) CAN 29’ Atiba Hutchinson (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Simpson) UKR 59’ Artem Milevskiy (right / droit) 2-1 (rebound / rebonde) UKR 80’ Anatoliy Tymoschuk (right / droit) 2-2 (a. Aliyev CK)

HALL of FAME

2010 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2010-01-31 Kingston, JAM CAN L 0:1 JAM National Stadium, att. 14,000 Referee / arbitre : Geoffrey Hospedales (Garwood, Page, Ricketts). CANADA : 1 GK David Monsalve début, 12 Eddy Sidra (17 Randy Edwini-Bonsu 77’ début), 4 André Hainault, 5 Dejan Jaković, 3 Ante Jazic capt., 11 Massih Wassey début, 8 Tyler Hemming, 6 Julian de Guzman, 16 Antonio Ribeiro (13 Adrian Cann 42’, 7 Carlos Rivas début, Jr. 88’), 19 Stephen Ademolu (2 Nana Attakora 71’ début), 10 Ali Gerba. JAM 68’ Luton Shelton (right / droit) 0-1


CANADA : 22 GK Milan Borjan début, 2 Jaime Peters, 5 Dejan Jaković, 4 Adrian Cann, 12 Adam Straith, 13 Atiba Hutchinson capt., 8 Will Johnson (6 Pedro Pacheco 82’), 10 Simeon Jackson (5 David Edgar 66’ début), 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 15 Josh Simpson (16 Tosaint Ricketts 78’ début), 3 Olivier Occean (9 Rob Friend HT). GRE 61’ Giannis Fetfatzidis (left / gauche) 0-1 2011 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2011-03-29 Antalya, TUR CAN W 1:0 BLR Antalya Atatürk Stadyumu, att. 100 Referee / arbitre : Yunus Yildirim (Aktas, Sezertam, Astar). CANADA : 22 GK Milan Borjan (1 GK Lars Hirschfeld HT), 3 Mike Klukowski, 5 André Hainault, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 15 Nik Ledgerwood, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 8 Will Johnson (14 David Edgar 77’), 10 Simeon Jackson (2 Jaime Peters 81’), 6 Pedro Pacheco (16 Tosaint Ricketts 66’), 11 Josh Simpson, 9 Rob Friend (17 Issey Nakajima-Farran 86’). CAN 58’ André Hainault (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Johnson CK) 2011 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2011-06-01 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN D 2:2 ECU Sportsnet ; BMO Field, att. 14,356 50th / 50e match international : Kevin McKenna. Referee / arbitre : Raymond Bogle (Brown, Neil, Petrescu). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 15 Dejan Jaković (5 André Hainault 39’), 19 Marcel de Jong, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 7 Terry Dunfield (6 Julian de Guzman HT), 8 Will Johnson (20 Jaime Peters 79’), 11 Josh Simpson (9 Rob Friend 58’), 17 Simeon Jackson (16 Tosaint Ricketts 85’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario. CAN 23’ Terry Dunfield (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Simpson) ECU 62’ Cristian Benítez (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Ayovi CK) ECU 64’ Michael Arroyo (right / droit) 1-2 CAN 90’+3 T. Ricketts (right / droit) 2-2 (a. de Guzman)

2011 CONCACAF GOLD CUP 2011 Concacaf Gold Cup / Coupe d’Or de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Stephen Hart 2011 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE C 2011-06-07 Detroit, MI, USA CAN L 0:2 USA Sportsnet ; Ford Field, att. 28,209 Referee / arbitre : Walter Lopez (Leal, Lopez, Taylor). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 5 André Hainault, 19 Marcel de Jong, 7 Terry Dunfield (21 Jonathan Beaulieu-Bourgault 81’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 8 Will Johnson (10 Ali Gerba 65’), 11 Josh Simpson, 14 Dwayne De Rosario (9 Rob Friend 81’), 17 Simeon Jackson. USA 16’ Jozy Altidore (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Donovan) USA 62’ Clint Dempsey (left / gauche) 0-2 (a. Altidore) 2011 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE C 2011-06-11 Tampa, FL, USA CAN W 1:0 GLP Sportsnet ; Raymond James Stadium, att. 27,731 Referee / arbitre : Trevor Taylor (Goddard, Lopez, Mejia). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 5 André Hainault, 3 Mike Klukowski, 6 Julian de Guzman (12 Pedro Pacheco 82’), 7 Terry Dunfield, 8 Will Johnson, 11 Josh Simpson, 14 Dwayne De Rosario (17 Simeon Jackson 63’), 10 Ali Gerba (9 Rob Friend 63’). Red card / carton rouge 4’ GLP Jean-Luc Lambourde CAN 51’ Dwayne De Rosario (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-0 2011 CANADA MNT 2011-06-14 Kansas City, KS, USA

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Sportsnet ; Sporting Park, att. 20,109 Referee / arbitre : Walter Lopez (Lopez, Leal, Rodriguez). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 3 Nik Ledgerwood, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 5 André Hainault, 3 Mike Klukowski, 6 Julian de Guzman, 7 Terry Dunfield, 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 8 Will Johnson (12 Pedro Pacheco 84’), 11 Josh Simpson (16 Tosaint Ricketts 72’), 17 Simeon Jackson. CAN 62’ Dwayne De Rosario (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-0 PAN 90’+4 Luis Tejada (right / droit) 1-1 GROUP / GROUPE : PAN 7 points; USA 6; CAN 4; GLP 0.

BRAZIL 2014 QUALIFIERS 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Qualifiers Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Coach / entraîneur Stephen Hart 2011 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2011-09-02 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 4:1 LCA BMO Field, att. 11,500 Referee / arbitre : Jair Marrufo (Morgante, Wienckowski, Vaughan). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 12 Jonathan Beaulieu-Bourgault, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 5 André Hainault, 2 Ante Jazic, 6 Julian de Guzman, 13 Atiba Hutchinson (8 Will Johnson 69’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 11 Josh Simpson (9 Tosaint Ricketts 69’), 10 Simeon Jackson, 7 Iain Hume (16 Marcus Haber 82’). CAN 6’ Josh Simpson (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. De Rosario) LCA 7’ Tremain Paul (right / droit) 1-1 CAN 50’ Dwayne De Rosario (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-1 CAN 61’ Josh Simpson (left / gauche) 3-1 (a. Hutchinson) Red card / carton rouge 88’ LCA Pernal Williams Y2R CAN 90’ Will Johnson (right / droit) 4-1 (a. Ricketts) 2011 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2011-09-06 Bayamón, PUR CAN W 3:0 PUR Sportsnet ; Estadio Juán Rámon Loubriel, att. 4,000 Referee / arbitre : Enrico Wijngaarden (Louisville, Paesch, Amgela). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 15 David Edgar, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 5 André Hainault, 3 Mike Klukowski, 17 Terry Dunfield (10 Simeon Jackson 62’), 6 Julian de Guzman, 8 Will Johnson, 11 Josh Simpson (9 Tosaint Ricketts 84’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 7 Iain Hume. CAN 42’ Iain Hume (right / droit) 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 84’ Simeon Jackson (left / gauche) 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 90’+3 Tosaint Ricketts (rght / droit) 3-0 (a. Jackson) 2011 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2011-10-07 Gros Islet, LCA CAN W 7:0 LCA Beausejour Stadium, att. 1,005 Referee / arbitre : Rolando Vidal (Smith, Baines, Moreno). 50th / 50e match international : Julian de Guzman. CANADA : 22 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos, 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 5 Adam Straith, 15 David Edgar, 13 Ante Jazic, 6 Julian de Guzman, 7 Iain Hume, 8 Will Johnson (17 Terry Dunfield 17’), 10 Simeon Jackson (3 Ashtone Morgan 71’ début), 14 Dwayne De Rosario capt. (11 Josh Simpson 54’), 16 Olivier Occean. CAN 18’ Simeon Jackson (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Straith) CAN 28’ Simeon Jackson (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Straith) CAN 34’ Olivier Occean (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Jackson) CAN 39’ Simeon Jackson (left / gauche) 4-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 51’ Olivier Occean (left / gauche) 5-0 (a. Hume) CAN 72’ Iain Hume (right / droit) 6-0 (a. Simpson) CAN 86’ Iain Hume (right / droit) 7-0 (a. Morgan) 2011 CANADA MNT 2011-10-11 Toronto, ON, CAN Sportsnet ; BMO Field, att. 12,178

GROUP / GROUPE CAN D 0:0 PUR


2012 CANADA MNT 2012 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Borjan, Milan 4 2 204 1 2 Hirschfeld, Lars 7 7 559 10 5 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 1 0 45 2 0

FIFA WCQ 1.WCQ 4.WCQ 1.WCQ

2012 CAN MNT MP MS Attakora, Nana 1 0 Beaulieu, Bourgault, J. 1 0 Bernier, Patrice 3 2 Cavallini, Lucas 2 0 de Guzman, Julian 9 9 de Jong, Marcel 3 1 De Rosario, Dwayne 5 5 Dunfield, Terry 1 1 Edgar, David 8 8 Friend, Rob 0 0 Haber, Marcus 1 0 Hainault, André 8 8 Henry, Doneil 1 1 Hume, Iain 5 0 Hutchinson, Atiba 7 6 Jackson, Simeon 8 5 Jaković, Dejan 1 1 James, Evan 0 0 Jazić, Ante 7 7 Johnson, Will 7 7 Klukowski, Mike 3 2 Ledgerwood, Nik 8 6 McKenna, Kevin 8 8 Morgan, Ashtone 0 0 Nakajima-Farran, Issey 0 0 Occean, Olivier 5 5 Pacheco, Pedro 4 0

FIFA WCQ

MIN G A 29 13 159 40 774 1a 140 1a 369 1g 77 697 1g 2a 0 11 720 45 88 1g 559 1a 454 90 0 583 2a 601 2g 182 482 720 1g 0 0 369 1g 84

3.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 3.WCQ 2.WCQ 5.WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 2.WCQ Début 3.WCQ 3.WCQ 2.WCQ 2.WCQ 3.WCQ 2.WCQ 3.WCQ 2.WCQ 4.WCQ 1.WCQ 2.WCQ 3.WCQ 1.WCQ

Début

2012 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Stephen Hart 2012 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2012-02-29 Limassol, CYP CAN L 1:3 ARM Sportsnet ; Tsirio Stadium, att. 200 CANADA : 1 GK Milan Borjan (22 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos HT), 5 Adam Straith (19 Nana Attakora 61’), 15 David Edgar, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 3 Mike Klukowski, 6 Julian de Guzman (17 Marcus Haber 79’), 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 11 Josh Simpson (7 Iain Hume 61’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 9 Tosaint Ricketts, 10 Simeon Jackson CAN 5’ Kevin McKenna (head / tête) 1-0 (a. de Guzman CK) ARM 23’ Marcos Pizzelli (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Mkhitaryan) ARM 66’ Marcos Pizzelli (left / gauche) 1-2 (rebound / rebonde) ARM 90’ Aras Özbiliz (PK left foot / pied gauche) 1-3 2012 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2012-06-03 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN D 0:0 USA Sportsnet, NBC ; BMO Field, att. 15,247 Referee / arbitre : Mauricio Morales (Quintero, Rodriguez, Ward). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 15 David Edgar, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 5 André Hainault, 21 Ante Jazic (3 Mike Klukowski 88’), 2 Nik Ledgerwood (16 Pedro Pacheco 65’), 6 Julian de Guzman (20 Samuel Piette 86’ début), 8 Will Johnson, 9 Tosaint Ricketts (7 Iain Hume 86’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 17 Olivier Occean (10 Simeon Jackson 65’) 2012 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2012-08-15 Lauderhill, FL, USA CAN W 2:0 TRI Central Broward Regional Park, att. 200 Referee / arbitre : Jair Marrufo (Rockwell, Boria, Weiner). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld (18 GK Milan Borjan HT), 5 André Hainault, 4 Dejan Jaković, 15 Doneil Henry début (18 Pedro Pacheco HT), 13 Ante Jazic capt. (11 Marcel de Jong HT), 6 Julian de Guzman, 7 Terry Dunfield (12 Jonathan Beaulieu-Bourgault 77’), 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 8 Will Johnson, 20 Patrice Bernier (3 Russell Teibert 62’ début), 9 Tosaint Ricketts (10 Lucas Cavallini 77’ début) CAN 58’ Tosaint Ricketts (right / droit) 1-0 (a. de Jong) CAN 86’ Will Johnson (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-0

BRAZIL 2014 QUALIFIERS 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Qualifiers Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Coach / entraîneur Stephen Hart 2012 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2012-06-08 Ciudad de la Habana, CUB CAN W 1:0 CUB Sportsnet ; Estadio Pedro Marrero, att. 7,000 Referee / arbitre : Courtney Campbell (Morgan, Page, Morrison). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld (red / rouge), 15 David Edgar, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 5 André Hainault, 21 Ante Jazic, 6 Julian de Guzman (13 Atiba Hutchinson 69’), 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 8 Will Johnson, 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 17 Olivier Occean (10 Simeon Jackson 81’), 9 Tosaint Ricketts (18 GK Milan Borjan 66’). CAN 55’ Olivier Occean (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Edgar) Red card / carton rouge 64’ GK Lars Hirschfeld

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CANADA MNT

0 4 6 619 2g 1 61 1 61 0 28

FUTSAL - PARA

2011 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2011-11-15 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 4:0 SKN Sportsnet ; BMO Field, att. 10,235 Referee / arbitre : Ricardo Cerda (Castro, Luna, Solis). CANADA : 22 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos, 2 Nik Ledgerwood (4 Nana Attakora 70’), 5 Adam Straith, 15 David Edgar, 17 Ashtone Morgan, 20 Patrice Bernier (12 Jonathan Beaulieu-Bourgault 81’), 8 Will Johnson, 11 Josh Simpson, 16 Olivier Occean (10 Simeon Jackson 70’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario capt., 9 Tosaint Ricketts CAN 28’ Olivier Occean (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Johnson) CAN 36’ Dwayne De Rosario (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-0 CAN 45+3’ Josh Simpson (head / tête) 3-0 (a. Johnson CK) CAN 88’ Tosaint Ricketts (right / droit) 4-0 (a. De Rosario) GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 14 points; PUR 9; SKN 7; LCA 1.

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CANADA WNT

2011 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2011-11-11 Basseterre, SKN CAN D 0:0 SKN Sportsnet.ca ; Warner Park Football Stadium, att. 4,000 Referee / arbitre : Elmer Bonilla (Bermudez, Magandi, Andino). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 5 Adam Straith, 15 David Edgar, 3 Mike Klukowski, 13 Ante Jazic, 6 Julian de Guzman, 8 Will Johnson (9 Tosaint Ricketts 65’), 12 Jonathan Beaulieu-Bourgault, 11 Josh Simpson, 14 Dwayne De Rosario capt. (16 Olivier Occean 80’), 10 Simeon Jackson.

Piette, Samuel Ricketts, Tosaint Simpson, Josh Straith, Adam Teibert, Russell

HALL of FAME

Referee / arbitre : Stanley Lancaster (Inniss, Mars, James). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 5 Adam Straith, 15 David Edgar, 13 Ante Jazic, 6 Julian de Guzman, 17 Terry Dunfield, 14 Dwayne De Rosario capt., 10 Simeon Jackson (9 Tosaint Ricketts 70’), 11 Josh Simpson, 7 Iain Hume (7 Iain Hume 34’).


2012 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2012-06-12 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN D 0:0 HON Sportsnet ; BMO Field, att. 16,132 Referee / arbitre : Enrico Wijngaarde (Louisville, Neil, Brizan). Suspended / suspendu : Lars Hirschfeld. CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 15 David Edgar, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 5 André Hainault, 21 Ante Jazic, 6 Julian de Guzman, 13 Atiba Hutchinson (10 Simeon Jackson 88’), 2 Nik Ledgerwood (9 Tosaint Ricketts 71’), 8 Will Johnson, 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 17 Olivier Occean (7 Iain Hume 84’). 2012 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2012-09-07 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 1:0 PAN Sportsnet, TVA Sports ; BMO Field, att. 17,586 Referee / arbitre : Jeffrey Solis (Jara, Castro, Cruz). 20th goal / 20e but international : Dwayne De Rosario record. CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 15 David Edgar, 5 André Hainault, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 3 Ante Jazic, 6 Julian de Guzman, 8 Will Johnson (20 Patrice Bernier 71’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 10 Simeon Jackson (11 Marcel de Jong 85’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario, 17 Olivier Occean (9 Tosaint Ricketts 66’). CAN 77’ D. De Rosario (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Hutchinson FK) 13-match unbeaten streak / 13 match sans défaite 2012 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2012-09-11 Ciudad Panamá, PAN CAN L 0:2 PAN Sportsnet ; Estadio Rommel Fernández, att. 21,853 Referee / arbitre : Elmer Bonilla (Torres, Zumba, Mejia). Suspended / suspendu : Will Johnson. CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 15 David Edgar (2 Nik Ledgerwood 78’), 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 5 André Hainault, 3 Ante Jazic, 6 Julian de Guzman, 11 Marcel de Jong, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 20 Patrice Bernier (18 Pedro Pacheco 78’), 10 Simeon Jackson, 14 Dwayne De Rosario INJ (9 Tosaint Ricketts 9’). PAN 22’ Rolando Blackburn (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Cooper) PAN 57’ Blas Pérez (left / gauche) 0-2 (a. Cooper) 2012 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2012-10-12 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 3:0 CUB Sportsnet ; BMO Field, att. 17,712 Referee / arbitre : Javier Santos (Lopez, Morales, Anderson). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 15 David Edgar (2 Nik Ledgerwood 79’), 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 5 André Hainault, 19 Ante Jazic, 6 Julian de Guzman, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 8 Will Johnson (16 Pedro Pacheco 80’), 9 Tosaint Ricketts (7 Iain Hume 86’), 10 Simeon Jackson, 17 Olivier Occean (red / rouge) CAN 15’ Tosaint Ricketts (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Jazic) Red card / carton rouge 71’ CUB Roberto Linares CAN 73’ Will Johnson (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Edgar) Red card / carton rouge 73’ Olivier Occean CAN 78’ David Edgar (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Jazic) 2012 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2012-10-16 San Pedro Sula, HON CAN L 1:8 HON Sportsnet ; Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano, att. 38,000 Referee / arbitre : Mauricio Morales (Torrentera Quintero, Arellano). Suspended / suspendu : Olivier Occean. CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 15 David Edgar, 5 André Hainault, 4 Kevin McKenna capt., 3 Mike Klukowski, 6 Julian de Guzman, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 2 Nik Ledgerwood (7 Iain Hume HT), 8 Will Johnson, 10 Simeon Jackson (17 Lucas Cavallini 63’), 9 Tosaint Ricketts. HON 7’ Jerry Bengtson (right / droit) 0-1 HON 17’ Jerry Bengtson (right / droit) 0-2 HON 29’ Carlos Costly (head / tête) 0-3 HON 33’ Mario Martinez (left / gauche) 0-4 HON 49’ Carlos Costly (head / tête) 0-5

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2013 CANADA MNT 2013 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Al, Shaïbani, Haidar 0 0 0 Borjan, Milan 7 6 585 10 1 Chencinski, Tomer 1 1 90 2 0 Hirschfeld, Lars 3 3 225 5 1 Stillo, Roberto 0 0 0 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 2 2 135 1 1 Thomas, Simon 2 1 135 1 1 2013 CAN MNT MP MS Attakora, Nana 1 0 Adekugbe, Samuel 0 0 Alemán, Keven 3 0 Attakora, Nana 4 2 Beaulieu-Bourgault, J. 2 1 Bekker, Kyle 11 7 Carreiro, Dylan 0 0 Cebara, Stefan 5 3 Clarke, Caleb 1 0 Davies, Philippe 1 0 de Guzman, Julian 8 8 de Jong, Marcel 9 9 De Rosario, Dwayne 6 6 Dunfield, Terry 4 2 Edgar, David 7 7 Edwini-Bonsu, Randy 3 3 Farmer, Jackson 1 0 Fresenga, Andrés 0 0 Gagnon-Laparé, J. 2 0 Gomez, Emmanuel 0 0 Froese, Kianz 0 0 Haber, Daniel 3 0 Haber, Marcus 7 6 Hainault, André 5 4 Henry, Doneil 10 9 Hume, Iain 1 1 Hutchinson, Atiba 3 3 Jackson, Simeon 6 3 Jaković, Dejan 5 5 James, Evan 2 0 Johnson, Will 3 3 Jonke, Frank 1 0 Ledgerwood, Nik 11 11 Morgan, Ashtone 9 5 Nakajima-Farran, Issey 6 3 Osorio, Jonathan 8 4 Ouimette, Karl 1 0 Pacheco, Pedro 6 4 Petrasso, Michael 0 0

MIN G A 20 0 58 215 113 672 0 248 8 13 578 643 423 172 626 210 4 0 57 0 0 70 511 1g 396 833 45 248 228 450 31 231 1a 9 872 550 261 398 4 326 0

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Début & 1.GC 1.GC 3.GC Début 3.GC Début 2.GC 1.GC 3.GC Début & 1.GC Début 2.GC


Début 1.GC 1.GC Début

2013 INTERNATIONALS (January/May ; janvier et mai) Coach / entraîneur Colin Miller (March / mars) Coach / entraîneur Tony Fonseca 2013 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2013-01-26 Tucson, AZ, USA CAN L 0:4 DEN Sportsnet ; Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium, att. 3,042 Referee / arbitre : Juan Guzman (Anderson, Hurd, Salazar). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld (22 GK Simon Thomas HT début), 13 Doneil Henry, 4 Nana Attakora, 5 Dejan Jaković, 3 Ashtone Morgan, 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 8 Kyle Bekker début (12 Jonathan Beaulieu-Bourgault 67’), 7 Terry Dunfield capt. (6 Philippe Davies 77’ début), 11 Russell Teibert (17 Kyle Porter 68’ début), 14 Dwayne De Rosario (19 Evan James 60’ début), 9 Tosaint Ricketts (20 Mason Trafford 85’ début). DEN 8’ Andreas Cornelius (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Rommedahl) DEN 10’ Kasper Lorentzen (left / gauche) 0-2 (a. Jørgensen) DEN 35’ A. Cornelius (left / gauche) 0-3 (rebound / rebonde) DEN 66’ Andreas Cornelius (right / droit) 0-4 (a. Kirkeskov) 2013 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2013-01-29 Houston, TX, USA CAN D 0:0 USA Sportsnet ; BBVA Compass Stadium, att. 11,737 Referee / arbitre : Raul Castro (Ramirez, Cruz, Marrufo). CANADA : 22 Simon Thomas, 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 4 Nana Attakora (13 Doneil Henry 63’), 5 Dejan Jaković, 3 Ashtone Morgan, 7 Terry Dunfield (16 Matt Stinson 51’ début), 12 Jonathan Beaulieu-Bourgault, 8 Kyle Bekker (17 Kyle Porter 90’+2), 9 Tosaint Ricketts, 11 Russell Teibert (19 Evan James 89’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario capt. (10 Frank Jonke 81’ début). 2013 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2013-03-22 Doha, QAT CAN L 1:2 JPN Sportsnet ; Khalifa International Stadium, att. 2,000 Ref. / arbitre : Khamis Mohamed Al-Kuwari (Burshaid, Alshamari, Al Jassim). CANADA : 1 GK Milan Borjan, 2 Nik Ledgerwood (4 André Hainault 54’), 5 David Edgar (14 Issey Nakajima-Farran 84’), 15 Dejan Jaković, 17 Marcel de Jong, 6 Julian de Guzman capt. (10 Simeon Jackson 84’), 8 Will Johnson, 12 Kyle Bekker (19 Stefan Cebara 67’ début), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 11 Marcus Haber, 16 Randy Edwini-Bonsu (9 Tosaint Ricketts 78’) JPN 9’ Shinji Okazaki (left / gauche) 0-1 CAN 58’ Marcus Haber (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Johnson CK) JPN 74’ Mike Havenaar (left / gauche) 1-2 (a. Sakai) 2013 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2013-03-25 Doha, QAT CAN L 0:2 BLR Aspire Zone Stadium, att. 100 Ref. / arbitre : Abdullah Dor Mohammad (Al Naimi, Al Marri, Al Marris). CANADA : 22 GK Tomer Chencinski début, 5 David Edgar, 4 André Hainault, 15 Dejan Jaković, 17 Marcel de Jong (3 Ashtone Morgan 81’), 6 Julian de Guzman capt. (7 Pedro Pacheco HT), 8 Will Johnson, 13 Atiba Hutchinson (12 Kyle Bekker 68’), 16 Randy EdwiniBonsu (11 Marcus Haber 69’), Stefan Cebara (10 Simeon Jackson HT), 9 Tosaint Ricketts. BLR 29’ Vitaly Rodionov (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Bressan FK) BLR 88’ Vladimir Hvaschinsky (head / tête) 0-2 (a. Olekhnovich) Red card / carton rouge BLR Georgy Kondratyev (coach / entraîneur)

2013 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2013-05-28 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN L 0:1 CRC Sportsnet ; Commonwealth Stadium, att. 8,102 Referee / arbitre : Chris Penso (Manikowski, Anderson, Ward). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 2 Nik Ledgerwood (red / rouge), 15 Doneil Henry, 4 André Hainault, 3 Ashtone Morgan, 6 Julian de Guzman capt. (Pedro Pacheco 89’), 7 Issey Nakajima-Farran (Daniel Haber 76’), 12 Kyle Bekker, 14 Samuel Piette (Jonathan Osorio 70’), 16 Randy Edwini-Bonsu (Tosaint Ricketts 63’), 11 Marcus Haber CRC 15’ Jairo Arrieta (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-1 Red card / carton rouge 75’ Nik Ledgerwood Red card / carton rouge CRC 75’ Christopher Meneses

2013 CONCACAF GOLD CUP 2013 Concacaf Gold Cup / Coupe d’Or de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Colin Miller All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles : Julian de Guzman Team MVP / joueur le plus utile du Canada : Julian de Guzman 2013 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2013-07-07 Pasadena, CA, USA CAN L 0:1 MTQ Sportsnet ; Rose Bowl, att. 28,385 Referee / arbitre : Marcos Brea (Zumba, Ramirez, Aguilar). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 20 Doneil Henry, 5 David Edgar, 17 Marcel de Jong, 14 Samuel Piette, 6 Julian de Guzman, 9 Tosaint Ricketts, 8 Will Johnson capt. (10 Simeon Jackson 51’), 7 Russell Teibert, 11 Marcus Haber (21 Jonathan Osorio 85’). MTQ 90’+2 Fabrice Reuperné (left / gauche) 0-1 2013 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2013-07-11 Seattle, WA, USA CAN L 0:2 MEX Sportsnet ; CenturyLink Field, att. 28,354 Referee / arbtire : Joel Aguilar (Torres, Zumba, Brea). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 15 David Edgar, 15 Doneil Henry, 11 Marcel de Jong, 6 Julian de Guzman capt., 14 Samuel Piette, 10 Jonathan Osorio, 12 Kyle Bekker (23 Keven Aleman 82’), 7 Issey Nakajima-Farran (4 Kyle Porter 61’), 11 Marcus Haber (9 Tosaint Ricketts HT). MEX 41’ Raúl Jiménez (head / tête) 0-1 MEX 56’ Marco Fabián (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-2 2013 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2013-07-14 Denver, CO, USA CAN D 0:0 PAN Sportsnet ; Sports Authority Field, att. 25,895 Referee / arbitre : Walter Quesada (Ramirez, Jara, Brea). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 20 Doneil Henry, 5 David Edgar, 3 Ashtone Morgan, 6 Julian de Guzman capt., 13 Pedro Pacheco (9 Tosaint Ricketts 57’), 21 Jonathan Osorio, 15 Kyle Bekker (9 Tosaint Ricketts 57’), 17 Marcel de Jong (4 Kyle Porter 63’), 11 Marcus Haber. GROUP / GROUPE : PAN 7 points; MEX 6; MTQ 3; CAN 1.

2013 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Benito Floro 2013 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2013-09-08 Oliva, ESP CAN D 0:0 MTN Estadio Oliva Nova, att. 300 Referee / arbitre : Carlos Del Cerro (Magan, Aguilar, Estrada). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 12 Stefan Cebara, 4 Doneil Henry (11 Jackson Farmer 86’ début), 5 Dejan Jaković, 3 Ashtone Mor-

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335 255 732 0 39 356 411 5

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HALL of FAME

Piette, Samuel Porter, Kyle Ricketts, Tosaint Stanese, Daniel Stinson, Matt Straith, Adam Teibert, Russell Trafford, Mason


gan (7 Terry Dunfield 71’), 17 Jonathan Osorio (6 Samuel Piette 65’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson capt., 8 Kyle Bekker (16 Jérémy Gagnon-Laparé 71’ début), 15 Kyle Porter (9 Daniel Haber 65’), 2 Russell Teibert, 14 Dwayne De Rosario (10 Keven Aleman 65’). 2013 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2013-09-10 Oliva, ESP CAN L 0:1 MTN Estadio Oliva Nova, att. 200 Referee / arbitre : Antonio Mateu (Cerbrian, Diaz, Teixeira). CANADA : 22 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos (18 GK Milan Borjan HT), 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 5 David Edgar, 4 Adam Straith, 17 Marcel de Jong (red / rouge), 6 Julian de Guzman capt. (7 Terry Dunfield 65’), 8 Pedro Pacheco (14 Samuel Piette 60’), 12 Issey Nakajima-Farran (3 Keven Aleman 65’), 9 Tosaint Ricketts (16 Jérémy GagnonLaparé 52’), 10 Simeon Jackson (15 daniel Haber 60’), 11 Marcus Haber. Red card / carton rouge 40’ Marcel de Jong Y2R MTN 53’ Adama Bâ (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Camara) Red card / carton rouge 63’ Oumar N’Diaye Y2R 2013 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2013-10-15 London, ENG CAN L 0:3 AUS Sportsnet ; Craven Cottage, att. 3,741 Referee / arbitre : Mike Dean (Kirkup, Mullarkey). 75th / 75e match international : Dwayne De Rosario. CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 2 Nik Ledgerwood (19 Stefan Cebara HT), 4 Adam Straith, 5 David Edgar, 15 Doneil Henry, 6 Julian de Guzman (8 Kyle Bekker 25’), 17 Marcel de Jong (20 Samuel Piette 60’), 7 Iain Hume (16 Jonathan Osorio HT), 9 Tosaint Ricketts, 10 Simeon Jackson (3 Ashtone Morgan 54’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario capt. (21 Russell Teibert HT). AUS 1’ Josh Kennedy (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Bresciano) AUS 52’ Dario Vidosic (head / tête) 0-2 (a. Williams) AUS 79’ Matthew Leckie (head / tête) 0-3 (a. Carney) 2013 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2013-11-15 Olomouc, CZE CAN L 0:2 CZE Sportsnet ; Andrův stadion, att. 9,749 Referee / arbitre : Bryn Markham-Jones (King, Thomas, Pelikan). CANADA : 1 GK Lars Hirschfeld, 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 15 Doneil Henry, 4 André Hainault, 17 Marcel de Jong (3 Ashtone Morgan 61’), 5 Adam Straith, 6 Pedro Pacheco (8 Kyle Bekker 73’), 9 Tosaint Ricketts (12 Nana Attakora 73’), 10 Simeon Jackson (19 Kyle Porter 24’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario capt. (13 Caleb Clarke 82’ début), 16 Jonathan Osorio (11 Russell Teibert 61’). CZE 3’ Ondřej Čelůstka (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Krejčí FK) Penalty save 35’ / arrête par CZE GK Petr Čech CZE 81’ Tomáš Hořava (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Dočkal) 2013 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2013-11-19 Celje, SVN CAN L 0:1 SVN Sportsnet ; Arena Petrol, att. 2,500 Referee / arbitre : Huseyin Goeck (Emre, Aktas, Zganec). CANADA : 23 Kenny Stamatopoulos, 2 Nik Ledgerwood (8 Kyle Bekker 68’), 4 André Hainault, 15 Doneil Henry, 17 Marcel de Jong (16 Jonathan Osorio 68’), 5 Adam Straith (20 Karl W. Ouimette 86’), 6 Pedro Pacheco, 19 Kyle Porter (3 Ashtone Morgan HT), 21 Stefan Cebara (12 Nana Attakora HT), 9 Tosaint Ricketts (23 Issey Nakajima-Farran HT), 14 Dwayne De Rosario capt. SVN 53’ Valter Birsa (left / gauche) 0-1

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Gomes, Ricky Hirschfeld, Lars Roberts, Quillan Stamatopoulos, Kenny Stillo, Roberto

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

2014 CAN MNT MP MS Adekugbe, Samuel 0 0 Alderson, Bryce 0 0 Aleman, Keven 0 0 Aparicio, Manuel 1 0 Attakora, Nana 0 0 Bekker, Kyle 2 0 Bernier, Patrice 2 2 Boakai, Hanson 0 0 Carreiro, Dylan 0 0 de Guzman, Julian 5 5 de Jong, Marcel 2 2 De Rosario, Dwayne 2 1 Edgar, David 4 4 Edwini-Bonsu, Randy 3 3 Farmer, Jackson 0 0 Fisk, Ben 0 0 Fresenga, Andrés 0 0 Gagnon-Laparé, J. 3 1 Gasparotto, Luca 0 0 Froese, Kianz 0 0 Haber, Daniel 2 0 Haber, Marcus 2 0 Hainault, André 4 4 Hamilton, Jordan 1 0 Henry, Doneil 3 3 Hutchinson, Atiba 4 4 Jackson, Simeon 3 2 Jaković, Dejan 1 0 James, Manjrekar 0 0 Jonke, Frank 0 0 Larin, Cyle 3 0 Ledgerwood, Nik 4 3 Morgan, Ashtone 0 0 Nakajima-Farran, Issey 3 3 Osorio, Jonathan 1 0 Ouimette, Karl 3 1 Pacheco, Pedro 3 3 Piette, Samuel 2 0 Porter, Kyle 0 0 Ricketts, Tosaint 5 5 Roubos, Elias 0 0 Stanese, Daniel 0 0 Straith, Adam 5 4 Teibert, Russell 1 0 Tissot, Maxim 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 MIN G A 0 0 0 1 0 51 107 1a 0 0 422 165 1g 83 360 1g 212 0 0 0 134 0 0 5 44 315 1a 1 270 352 1g 195 45 0 0 55 248 0 207 28 105 244 11 0 435 2g 0 0 377 28 0

CAN MNT

Début

Début

Début

2014 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Benito Floro 2014 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2014-05-23 Ritzing, AUT CAN D 1:1 BUL Sonnenseestation, att. 50 Referee / arbitre : Harald Lechner (Hoxha, Braunschmidt, Harkam). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 5 Adam Straith, 15 David Edgar, 4 André Hainault, 6 Julian de Guzman capt., 7 Pedro Pacheco (8 Samuel Piette 86’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson (16 Daniel Haber 88’), 17 Randy Edwini-Bonsu (19 Jérémy Gagnon-Laparé 68’), 10 Simeon Jackson (14 Cyle Larin 74’ début), 9 Tosaint Ricketts.


2014 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2014-10-14 Harrison, NJ, USA CAN L 0:1 COL Sportsnet ; Red Bull Arena, att. 22,727 Referee / arbitre : Juan Guzman. CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 15 Doneil Henry, 5 David Edgar, 4 André Hainault, 17 Marcel de Jong (21 Karl W. Ouimette 77’), 16 Adam Straith (10 Manuel Aparicio 90’+1 début), 14 Issey Nakajima-Farran (13 Jordan Hamilton 90’+1 début), 7 Pedro Pacheco (3 Jérémy Gagnon-Laparé 68’), 6 Julian de Guzman capt., 2 Nik Ledgerwood (11 Marcus Haber 58’), 9 Tosaint Ricketts (20 Cyle Larin 82’). COL 74’ James Rodríguez (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Quintero) 2014 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2014-11-18 Ciudad Panamá, PAN CAN D 0:0 PAN Sportsnet ; Estadio Rommel Fernández Referee / arbitre : Chris Penso. CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 4 Doneil Henry, 16 Adam Straith, 5 David Edgar, 21 Karl W. Ouimette, 6 Julian de Guzman capt. (2 Nik Ledgerwood 80’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario (10 Marcus Haber 78’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson (8 Kyle Bekker 84’), 20 Patrice Bernier (17 Russell Teibert 62’), 11 Issey Nakajima-Farran (7 Jonathan Osorio 62’), 9 Tosaint Ricketts. Red card / carton rouge 73’ Anibal Godoy Y2R

2015 CANADA MNT 2015 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS FIFA WCQ & GC Borjan, Milan 6 6 526 1 5 2.WCQ Crépeau, Maxime 0 0 0 1.WCQ Hirschfeld, Lars 0 0 0 5.WCQ & 5.GC Melvin, Sean 0 0 0 Roberts, Quillan 1 0 6 0 0 Début & 1.GC Stamatopoulos, Kenny 9 8 728 5 4 2.WCQ & 2.GC Thomas, Simon 0 0 0 1.WCQ

2015 INTERNATIONALS

CANADA SOCCER CANADA MNT FUTSAL - PARA

2014 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2014-09-09 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 3:1 JAM BMO Field, att. 12,162 Referee / arbitre : Juan Guzman (Gansner, Boria, Gantar). 50th / 50e match international : Patrice Bernier. CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 5 Doneil Henry, 15 David Edgar, 4 André Hainault (12 Dejan Jaković HT), 17 Marcel de Jong (21 Karl W. Ouimette 88’), 6 Julian de Guzman capt. (16 Adam Straith 72’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 20 Patrice Bernier (8 Kyle Bekker HT), 24 Randy Edwini-Bonsu (14 Dwayne De Rosario 85’), 19 Issey Nakajima-Farran (10 Simeon Jackson 56’), 9 Tosaint Ricketts. JAM 30’ Kemar Lawrence (FK left foot / pied gauche) 0-1 CAN 31’ David Edgar (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Bernier CK) CAN 68’ Marcel de Jong (FK left foot / pied gauche) 2-1 CAN 73’ Tosaint Ricketts (right / droit) 3-1

MIN G A FIFA WCQ & GC 45 Début & 1.WCQ 44 Début & 1.WCQ 358 1g 2a Début, 1.WCQ, 1.GC 0 161 2.WCQ 231 1a 1.WCQ & 2.GC 63 0 19 Début 45 19 827 4.WCQ & 6.GC 796 1g 3.WCQ & 4.GC 102 2g 739 3.WCQ & 2.GC 93 1g 1.WCQ 90 Début & 1.WCQ 0 1.WCQ 0 416 1g 2.WCQ & 2.GC 123 4.GC 0 249 Début & 1.WCQ 78 360 1g 4.WCQ 48 4.GC 810 3.WCQ & 3.GC 248 Début & 1.WCQ 341 1g 1a 3.WCQ 630 4g 1.WCQ & 1.GC 667 1a 3.WCQ & 3.GC 90 Début & 1.WCQ 38 Début 105 2.WCQ & 2.GC 255 3.WCQ 208 1a 1.WCQ & 2.GC 653 2a 1.WCQ & 1.GC 0 3.GC 0 0 1.WCQ 893 1a 2.WCQ & 2.GC 0 975 5g 1a 2.WCQ & 3.GC 6 Début & 1.WCQ 5 Début 1058 1a 2.WCQ & 2.GC 279 1g 1a 1.WCQ & 2.GC 353 1a Début, 1.WCQ, 1.GC 71 Début

CANADA WNT

2014 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2014-05-27 Mauer, AUT CAN D 1:1 MDA FMF.md ; Stadion SVU Mauer, att. 1,000 Referee / arbitre : Oliver Drachta (Kühr, Branuschmidt, Harkam). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 5 Adam Straith, 4 André Hainault, 19 Jérémy Gagnon-Laparé, 6 Julian de Guzman capt., 7 Pedro Pacheco, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 9 Tosaint Ricketts (8 Samuel Piette 83’), 10 Simeon Jackson (16 Daniel Haber 87’), 17 Randy Edwini-Bonsu (14 Cyle Larin 59’) MDA 7’ Eugeniu Sidorenco (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Golovatenco) CAN 9’ Tosaint Ricketts (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Hainault)

2015 CAN MNT MP MS Aird, Fraser 1 0 Adekugbe, Samuel 2 0 Akindele, Tesho 7 4 Aparicio, Manuel 0 0 Attakora, Nana 2 2 Bekker, Kyle 3 3 Bernier, Patrice 2 0 Black, Kevon 0 0 Bustos, Marco 1 0 Cavallini, Lucas 1 0 Clarke, Caleb 1 0 de Guzman, Julian 11 11 de Jong, Marcel 10 10 De Rosario, Dwayne 2 1 Edgar, David 9 8 Edwini-Bonsu, Randy 3 0 Froese, Kianz 1 1 Gasparotto, Luca 0 0 Grant, Johnny 0 0 Haber, Marcus 9 4 Hainault, André 3 1 Hamilton, Jordan 0 0 Hoilett, David 3 3 Hume, Iain 2 1 Hutchinson, Atiba 4 4 Jackson, Simeon 3 0 Jakovic, Dejan 9 9 James, Manjrekar 3 3 Johnson, Will 4 4 Larin, Cyle 11 8 Ledgerwood, Nik 8 8 Lefèvre, Wandrille 1 1 Mannella, Chris 3 0 Morgan, Ashtone 2 1 Nakajima-Farran, Issey 4 3 Osorio, Jonathan 4 3 Ouimette, Karl 10 7 Pacheco, Pedro 0 0 Pasher, Tyler 0 0 Petrasso, Michael 0 0 Piette, Samuel 12 9 Porter, Kyle 0 0 Ricketts, Tosaint 12 12 Roberts, Mallan 1 0 Stanese, Daniel 1 0 Straith, Adam 12 12 Teibert, Russell 9 2 Tissot, Maxim 8 4 Trafford, Charlie 1 1

Coach / entraîneur Benito Floro 2015 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2015-01-16 Orlando, FL, USA CAN L 1:2 ISL beIn Sports ; University of Central Florida, att. 100 Referee / arbitre : Edvin Jurisevic (Boria, Garner, Marrufo). 75th / 75e match international : Julian de Guzman. CANADA : 22 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos, 21 Karl W. Ouimette, 5 Dejan Jaković, 23 Manjrekar James début, 2 Nana Attakora (9 Caleb Clarke 71’), 4 Adam Straith (16 Chris Mannella 68’ début), 17 Russell Teibert (17 Russell Teibert 56’), 6 Julian de Guzman capt. (20 Patrice Bernier 56’), 13 Samuel Piette, 10 Jonathan Osorio (24 Maxim Tissot HT début), 7 Iain Hume (14 Dwayne De Rosario HT). ISL 6’ Kristinn Steindórsson (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Gíslason)

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BUL 18’ Andrey Galabinov (right / droit) 0-1 CAN 27’ Atiba Hutchinson (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-1


ISL 42’ Matthías Vilhjálmsson (head / tête) 0-2 (a. Ottesen) CAN 70’ Dwayne De Rosario (head / tête) 1-2 (a. Tissot) 2015 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2015-01-19 Orlando, FL, USA CAN D 1:1 ISL University of Central Florida, att. 200 Referee / arbitre : Jair Marrufo (Boria, Garner, Jurisevic). CANADA : 22 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos, 2 Nana Attakora, 23 Manjrekar James (17 Russell Teibert 68’), 5 Dejan Jaković, 2 Karl W. Ouimette, 6 Julian de Guzman capt. (16 Chris Mannella 75’), 11 Issey Nakajima-Farran (3 Ashtone Morgan 75’), 4 Adam Straith, 13 Samuel Piette (12 Daniel Stanese 85’ début), 24 Maxim Tissot (20 Patrice Bernier 61’), 14 Dwayne De Rosario (7 Iain Hume 57’). CAN 30’ Dwayne De Rosario (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-0 ISL 65’ Aron Fridjónsson Hólmbert (PK left foot / pied gauche) 1-1 2015 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2015-03-27 Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA CAN W 1:0 GUA CanadaSoccerTV ; Lockhart Stadium, att. 5 Referee / arbitre : Hector Rodríguez. CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 2 Nik Ledgerwood (20 Karl W. Ouimette 90’+1), 5 David Edgar, Dejan Jaković, 17 Marcel de Jong, 13 Samuel Piette, 16 Maxim Tissot (19 Randy Edwini-Bonsu 54’), 6 Julian de Guzman capt. (Chris Mannella 90’+1), 8 Kyle Bekker (10 Simeon Jackson 84’), 9 Tosaint Ricketts (7 Russell Teibert 57’), 11 Marcus Haber (21 Cyle Larin 81’). CAN 11’ Marcus Haber (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Bekker CK) 2015 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2015-03-30 Bayamón, PUR CAN W 3:0 PUR CanadaSoccerTV ; Estadio Juan Rámon Loubriel, att. 8,952 Referee / arbitre : Sandy Vazquez (Victoria, Carmona, Perez). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan (1 GK Quillan Roberts 84’ début), 2 Nik Ledgerwood (19 Randy Edwini-Bonsu HT), 6 Dejan Jaković, 5 David Edgar, 17 Marcel de Jong (20 Karl W. Ouimette 38’), 13 Samuel Piette, Tosaint Ricketts (10 Simeon Jackson 57’), 6 Julian de Guzman capt., 8 Kyle Bekker (7 Russell Teibert 62’), 16 Maxim Tissot, 11 Marcus Haber (21 Cyle Larin 65’). CAN 41’ Tosaint Ricketts (left / gauche) 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 60’ Randy Edwini-Bonsu (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Ouimette) CAN 77’ Cyle Larin (left / gauche) 3-0 (a. Ouimette)

RUSSIA 2018 QUALIFIERS 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Qualifiers Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Coach / entraîneur Benito Floro 2015 CANADA MNT FIFA WCQ 2015-06-11 Roseau, DMA CAN W 2:0 DMA CanadaSoccerTV ; Windsor Park Referee / arbitre : Jeffrey Solis (Mora, Luna, Montero). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan (red / rouge), 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 17 Manjrekar James, 15 Adam Straith, 20 Karl W. Ouimette, 14 Samuel Piette, 9 Tosaint Ricketts, 7 Russell Teibert (22 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos 82’), 6 Julian de Guzman capt., 23 Tesho Akindele début (3 Maxim Tissot 74’), 21 Cyle Larin (16 Randy Edwini-Bonsu 78’). CAN 5’ Cyle Larin (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Ricketts) CAN 63’ Russell Teibert (PK left foot / pied gauche) 2-0 Red card / carton rouge 82’ Milan Borjan 2015 CANADA MNT FIFA WCQ 2015-06-16 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 4:0 DMA CanadaSoccerTV ; BMO Field, att. 9,749 Referee / arbitre : Gianni Ascani (Rochard, Wales, Willett). Suspended / suspendu : Milan Borjan.

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CANADA : 22 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos, 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 5 David Edgar, 15 Adam Straith, 3 Ashtone Morgan, 6 Julian de Guzman capt. (4 Mallan Roberts 84’ début), 14 Samuel Piette, 10 Jonathan Osorio, 21 Cyle Larin (11 Marcus Haber 63’), 9 Tosaint Ricketts, 23 Tesho Akindele (12 Maxim Tissot 72’). CAN 4’ Tesho Akindele (right / droit) 1-0 CAN 41’ Cyle Larin (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Akindele) CAN 52’ Tosaint Ricketts (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Akindele) CAN 77’ Tosaint Ricketts (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Osorio)

2015 CONCACAF GOLD CUP 2015 Concacaf Gold Cup / Coupe d’Or de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Colin Miller Team MVP / joueur le plus utile du Canada : Kenny Stamatopoulos 2015 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2015-07-08 Carson, CA, USA CAN D 0:0 SLV Sportsnet ; Stub Hub Center, att. 22,468 Ref. / arbitre : Oscar Moncada (Williamson, Morgante, Rodríguez). CANADA : 22 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos, 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 5 David Edgar capt., 12 Dejan Jaković, 17 Marcel de Jong, 15 Adam Straith, 8 Kyle Bekker (13 Jonathan Osorio 85’), 14 Samuel Piette (7 Russell Teibert 82’), 9 Tosaint Ricketts, 23 Tesho Akindele, 21 Cyle Larin (11 Marcus Haber 68’). 2015 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2015-07-11 Houston, TX, USA CAN L 0:1 JAM Sportsnet ; BBVA Compass Stadium, att. 22,017 Referee / arbitre : Yadel Martínez (Dopico, Ramirez, Moncada). CANADA : 22 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos, 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 5 David Edgar, 12 Dejan Jaković, 17 Marcel de Jong, 15 Adam Straith, 6 Julian de Guzman capt., 14 Samuel Piette (4 André Hainault 79’), 9 Tosaint Ricketts, 23 Tesho Akindele (7 Russell Teibert 70’), 21 Cyle Larin (11 Marcus Haber HT). JAM 90’+1 Rudolph Austin (head / tête) 0-1 (a. McCleary) 2015 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2015-07-14 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN D 0:0 CRC Sportsnet ; BMO Field, att. 16,700 Ref. / arbitre : Hector Rodríguez (Ramirez, Williamson, Marrufo). Suspended / suspendu : Nik Ledgerwood, Samuel Piette. CANADA : 22 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos, 20 Karl W. Ouimette, 12 Dejan Jaković, 5 David Edgar, 17 Marcel de Jong, 15 Adam Straith, 6 Julian de Guzman capt., 13 Jonathan Osorio (4 André Hainault 68’), 9 Tosaint Ricketts (7 Russell Teibert 67’), 16 Maxim Tissot (21 Cyle Larin 66’), 11 Marcus Haber. GROUP / GROUPE : JAM 7 points; CRC 3; SLV 2; CAN 2.

RUSSIA 2018 QUALIFIERS 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Russia Éliminatoires de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA Coach / entraîneur Benito Floro 2015 CANADA MNT FIFA WCQ 2015-09-04 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 3:0 BLZ TLN TV, EuroWorld ; BMO Field, att. 10,412 Referee / arbitre : John Pitti (Williamson, Bruna, Sanchez). CANADA : 22 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos, 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 5 David Edgar, 4 Adam Straith, 17 Marcel de Jong, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 6 Julian de Guzman capt. (14 Samuel Piette 14’), 8 Will Johnson, 9 Tosaint Ricketts (7 Russell Teibert 83’), 11 Issey Nakajima-Farran, 21 Cyle Larin (10 Marcus Haber 65’). CAN 25’ Tosaint Ricketts (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Piette) CAN 65’ Tosaint Ricketts (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Ledgerwood) CAN 90’+1 (left / gauche) Atiba Hutchinson 3-0 (a. Teibert)


Group play continued in 2016 / action de la groupe continue en 2016

2015 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Michael Findlay 2015 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2015-10-13 Washington, DC, USA CAN D 1:1 GHA CanadaSoccerTV ; RFK Stadium, att. 2,300 Referee / arbitre : Chris Penso (Boria, Manikowski, Jurisevic). CANADA : 22 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos, 20 Karl W. Ouimette (2 Fraser Aird HT début), 21 Wandrille Lefèvre début, 4 André Hainault, 17 Marcel de Jong (3 Samuel Adekugbe 53’), 14 Adam Straith capt., 6 Kianz Froese début, 8 Charlie Trafford début (23 Maco Bustos 71’ début), 11 Tosaint Ricketts (11 Tosaint Ricketts 81’), 7 Junior Hoilett début (19 Maxim Tissot 87’), 9 Marcus Haber (16 Lucas Cavallini HT). CAN 28’ Marcel de Jong (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Straith) GHA 45’ Albert Adomah (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Ayew)

2016 CANADA MNT 2016 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Borjan, Milan 5 5 382 9 0 Crépeau, Maxime 1 1 90 1 0 Farago, Tyson 0 0 0 Irving, Callum 0 0 0 Leutwiler, Jayson 1 0 45 0 1 Stamatopoulos, Kenny 2 1 139 2 0 Thomas, Simon 4 3 242 5 1

FIFA WCQ 2.WCQ Début Début 2.WCQ 1.WCQ

4.WCQ 3.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ 3.WCQ 2.WCQ 3.WCQ Début 1.WCQ 1.WCQ 4.WCQ 4.WCQ 3.WCQ Début 3.WCQ 1.WCQ 3.WCQ 1.WCQ 3.WCQ

1.WCQ Début 2.WCQ 2.WCQ 2.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ

CANADA MNT

1.WCQ Début & 1.WCQ

CANADA SOCCER

FIFA WCQ

FUTSAL - PARA

2015 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2015-11-17 San Salvador, SLV CAN D 0:0 SLV BeIn Sports ; Estadio Cuscatlán, att. 7,416 Referee / arbitre : Mark Geiger (Morgante, Rockwell, Jurisevic). 85th / 85e match international : Julian de Guzman record. CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 20 Karl W. Ouimette, 15 Adam Straith, 12 Dejan Jaković, 17 Marcel de Jong, 6 Julian de Guzman capt. (14 Samuel Piette 71’), 8 Will Johnson (5 David Edgar 71’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 11 Tosaint Ricketts, 10 Junior Hoilett (23 Tesho Akindele 81’), 21 Cyle Larin. Eight-match unbeaten streak / huit match sans défaite

MIN G A 12 206 1a 276 1g 495 3a 45 128 0 229 668 76 375 2g 45 285 1g 0 7 28 675 535 3a 39 360 94 50 495 393 1g 270 401 1g 230 1g 45 45 164 208 70 342 482 2g 2a 0 630 188 1a 18 391 1g

2016 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Benito Floro 2016 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2016-02-05 Carson, CA, USA CAN L 0:1 USA TSN, RDS ; StubHub Center, att. 9,274 Referee / arbitre : Marlon Mejia (Garcia, Bermudez, Marrufo). CANADA : 1 GK Maxime Crépeau début, 2 Nik Ledgerwood (11 Issey Nakajima-Farran HT), 15 Steven Vitória début, 12 Wandrille Lefèvre (5 Doneil Henry HT), 17 Marcel de Jong (13 Jamar Dixon 85’ début), 4 Adam Straith, 6 Julian de Guzman capt., 8 Will Johnson, 16 Kianz Froese (10 Kyle Bekker HT), 23 Tesho Akindele (7 Iain Hume 72’), 9 Cyle Larin (3 Samuel Adekugbe 78’). USA 90’ Jozy Altidore (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Finlay)

RUSSIA 2018 QUALIFIERS 2016 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2016-03-25 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN L 0:3 MEX TSN ; BC Place, att. 54,798 Referee / arbitre : Kimbell Ward (Manikowski, Inniss, Bassue). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 12 Doneil Henry, 4 Dejan Jaković, 15 Adam Straith, 17 Marcel de Jong, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 8 Will Johnson, 6 Julian de Guzman capt. (14 Samuel Piette 71’), 11

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2015 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2015-11-13 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN W 1:0 HON TSN, RDS ; BC Place, att. 20,108 Referee / arbitre : Kevin Morrison (Morgan, Page, Tyrell). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 20 Karl W. Ouimette, 12 Dejan Jaković, 15 Adam Straith, 17 Marcel de Jong, 6 Julian de Guzman capt. (14 Samuel Piette 78’), 8 Will Johnson, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 11 Tosaint Ricketts, 10 Junior Hoilett (23 Tesho Akindele 81’), 21 Cyle Larin (9 Marcus Haber 73’). CAN 38’ Cyle Larin (body / corps) 1-0 (a. Johnson)

2016 CAN MNT MP MS Adekugbe, Samuel 1 0 Aird, Fraser 3 2 Akindele, Tesho 6 4 Arfield, Scott 6 5 Bekker, Kyle 1 0 Bustos, Marco 3 1 Clarke, Caleb 0 0 de Guzman, Julian 4 3 de Jong, Marcel 8 8 Dixon, Jamar 3 1 Edgar, David 6 5 Froese, Kianz 1 1 Haber, Marcus 6 3 Hainault, Andre 0 0 Hamilton, Jordan 1 0 Haworth, Carl 1 0 Henry, Doneil 8 7 Hoilett, David 7 6 Hume, Iain 2 0 Hutchinson, Atiba 4 4 Jackson, Simeon 3 1 Jackson-Hamel, A. 2 0 Jakovic, Dejan 6 5 James, Manjrekar 6 6 Johnson, Will 3 3 Larin, Cyle 5 5 Ledgerwood, Nik 4 3 Lefèvre, Wandrille 1 1 Nakajima-Farran, Issey 1 0 Osorio, Jonathan 2 2 Ouimette, Karl 4 2 Petrasso, Michael 2 1 Piette, Samuel 8 3 Ricketts, Tosaint 7 6 Roberts, Mallan 0 0 Straith, Adam 8 7 Tissot, Maxim 3 2 Trafford, Charlie 1 0 Vitoria, Steven 5 3

HALL of FAME

2015 CANADA MNT FIFA WCQ 2015-09-08 Belmopán, BLZ CAN D 1:1 BLZ BeIn Sports ; FFB Stadium, att. 1,800 Referee / arbitre : Javier Santos (Morales, Pupiro, Anderson). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 2 Nik Ledgerwood (3 Samuel Adekugbe 83’ début), 5 David Edgar, 4 Adam Straith, 17 Marcel de Jong (20 Karl W. Ouimette 75’), 13 Atiba Hutchinson capt., 14 Samuel Piette, 8 Will Johnson, 9 Tosaint Ricketts, 11 Issey Nakajima-Farran (23 Tesho Akindele 56’), 21 Cyle Larin. BLZ 26’ Deon McCaulay (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Roches) CAN 45’ Will Johnson (right / droit) 1-1


Tosaint Ricketts (16 Scott Arfield HT début), 10 Junior Hoilett (23 Tesho Akindele 83’), 21 Cyle Larin. MEX 31’ Javier Hernández (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Layun) MEX 40’ Hirving Lozano (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Hernández) MEX 72’ Jesús Manuel Corona 0-3 2016 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2016-03-29 México, DF, MEX CAN L 0:2 MEX TSN, RDS ; Estadio Azteca, att. 64,430 Referee / arbitre : Yadel Martínez (Dopico, Sanchez, Brea). 75th / 75e match international : Atiba Hutchinson. CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan INJ (22 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos 41’), 12 Doneil Henry, 3 Manjrekar James, 4 Dejan Jaković, 17 Marcel de Jong, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 8 Will Johnson, 6 Julian de Guzman capt. (14 Samuel Piette 56’), 2 Nik Ledgerwood, 10 Junior Hoilett (23 Tesho Akindele 80’), 21 Cyle Larin. MEX 17’ Andres Guardado (PK left foot / pied gauche) 0-1 MEX 45+3’ Jesús Manuel Corona (right / droit) 0-2

2016 INTERNATIONALS 2016 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2016-06-03 Rohrbach an der Lafnitz, AUT CAN D 1:1 AZE CanadaSoccerTV ; Stadion Rohrbach an der Lafnitz, att. 150 Referee / arbitre : Adrien Jaccottet (Jobin, Almeida, Amhof). CANADA : 1 GK Simon Thomas, 12 Doneil Henry, 4 Dejan Jaković, 19 Steven Vitória, 17 Marcel de Jong (20 Karl W. Ouimette 43’), 15 Adam Straith (6 Julian de Guzman 78’), 5 David Edgar capt. (14 Samuel Piette 61’), 16 Scott Arfield, 23 Tesho Akindele (24 Simeon Jackson 71’), 13 Michael Petrasso début (10 Junior Hoilett 61’), 11 Tosaint Ricketts (9 Marcus Haber 71’). CAN 43’ Tesho Akindele (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Arfield) AZE 57’ Dimitrij Nazarov (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 2016 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2016-06-07 Bad Waltersdorf, AUT CAN W 2:1 UZB CanadaSoccerTV ; Thermenstadion Bad Waltersdorf, att. 50 Referee / arbitre : Manuel Schuettengruber (Kuehr, Riedel, Drachta). 50th / 50e match international : Tosaint Ricketts. CANADA : 22 GK Kenny Stamatopoulos, 12 Doneil Henry, 4 Dejan Jaković, 3 Manjrekar James (19 Steven Vitória 14’), 20 Karl W. Ouimette, 14 Samuel Piette, 16 Scott Arfield, 5 David Edgar capt. (13 Michael Petrasso 81’), 23 Tesho Akindele (9 Marcus Haber 60’), 10 Junior Hoilett (24 Simeon Jackson 81’), 11 Tosaint Ricketts (17 Iain Hume 69’). CAN 20’ David Edgar (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Arfield FK) UZB 62’ Eldor Shomurodov (right / droit) 1-1 CAN 81’ UZB own goal / but contre son camp 2-1 (o.g. Komilov)

RUSSIA 2018 QUALIFIERS 2016 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2016-09-02 San Pedro Sula, HON CAN L 1:2 HON TSN, RDS ; Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano, att. 39,000 Referee / arbitre : Yadel Martínez (Sanchez, Diaz, Reyna). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 8 Doneil Henry, 4 Dejan Jaković, 3 Manjrekar James (3 Adam Straith 64’), 17 Marcel de Jong, 13 Atiba Hutchinson capt., 16 Scott Arfield, 5 David Edgar, 23 Tesho Akindele (11 Tosaint Ricketts 56’), 10 Junior Hoilett, 21 Cyle Larin (2 Nik Ledgerwood 69’). CAN 35’ Manjrekar James (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Arfield CK) HON 45+2’ Mario Martinez (left / gauche) 1-1 HON 50’ Romell Quioto (left / gauche) 1-2

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2016 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2016-09-06 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN W 3:1 SLV TSN, RDS ; BC Place, att. 20,726 Referee / arbitre : Valdin Legister (Washington, Williams, Tyrell). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 8 Doneil Henry, 3 Manjrekar James, 15 Adam Straith, 17 Marcel de Jong, 2 Nik Ledgerwood (14 Samuel Piette 74’), 16 Scott Arfield, 13 Atiba Hutchinson capt., 10 Junior Hoilett (5 David Edgar 82’), 11 Tosaint Ricketts, 21 Cyle Larin (9 Marcus Haber 74’). CAN 11’ Cyle Larin (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Hoilett) CAN 53’ Nik Ledgerwood (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Hoilett) Red card / carton rouge 56’ SLV Darwin Cerén SLV 78’ Nelson Bonilla (right / droit) 2-1 (a. Mayen) CAN 90’+2 David Edgar (right / droit) 3-1 (a. Ricketts) Canada officially eliminated / le Canada est officiellement éliminé GROUP / GROUPE : MEX 16 points; HON 8; CAN 7; SLV 2. 2017 FINAL ROUND / RONDE FINALE GROUP / GROUPE : MEX 21; CRC 16; PAN 13; HON 13; USA 12; TRI 6. From 35 Concacaf nations, Mexico (champion), Costa Rica and Panama qualified for the FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 ; parmi 35 nations de la Concacaf, Mexique (champion), Costa Rica et Panama se sont qualifiés pour la Coupe du Monde, Russie 2018.

2016 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Michael Findlay 2016 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2016-10-06 Marrakech, MAR CAN W 4:0 MTN CanadaSoccerTV ; Grand Stade de Marrakech, att. 200 Referee / arbitre : Hicham Tiazi (El Filali, Benbapa, Haraoui). CANADA : 1 GK Simon Thomas, 12 Jamar Dixon (2 Fraser Aird 64’), 6 Doneil Henry, 19 Steven Vitória, 3 Maxim Tissot (3 Maxim Tissot 81’), 15 Adam Straith (8 Marco Bustos 76’), 13 Jonathan Osorio (14 Samuel Piette 74’), 16 Scott Arfield, 11 Tosaint Ricketts capt. (21 Jordan Hamilton 83’), 10 Junior Hoilett, 9 Marcus Haber (23 Anthony Jackson-Hamel 69’ début). CAN 51’ Tosaint Ricketts (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Hoilett) CAN 54’ Steven Vitória (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Ricketts) CAN 57’ Marcus Haber (head / tête) 3-0 (a. Tissot) CAN 79’ Tosaint Ricketts (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Aird) 2016 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2016-10-11 Marrakech, MAR CAN L 0:4 MAR CanadaSoccerTV ; Grand Stade de Marrakech, att. 8,000 Ref. / arbitre : Hassan Abdulla Hassan (Ahlammadi, Almahri, Adil). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan (1 GK Simon Thomas 71’), 2 Fraser Aird, 5 David Edgar capt., 4 Manjrekar James, 17 Marcel de Jong, 15 Adam Straith, 13 Jonathan Osorio, 14 Samuel Piette (3 Maxim Tissot 66’), 11 Tosaint Ricketts, 7 Simeon Jackson (8 Marco Bustos 66’), 9 Marcus Haber (61’ Anthony Jackson-Hamel 61’) MAR 12’ Mehdi Carcela (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Mendyl) MAR 65’ Hakim Ziyech (PK left foot / pied gauche) 0-2 MAR 81’ Hakim Ziyech (PK left foot / pied gauche) 0-3 MAR 87’ Rachid Alioui (right / droit) 0-4 (a. Fajr) 2016 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2016-11-11 Cheonan, KOR CAN L 0:2 KOR CanadaSoccerTV, KBS ; Cheonan Stadium, att. 18,920 Referee / arbitre : Ma Ning (Musi, Yi, Kim). CANADA : 1 GK Simon Thomas (18 GK Jayson Leutwiler HT début), 20 Karl W. Ouimette (7 Carl Haworth 62’ début), 5 David Edgar capt. (4 Dejan Jaković HT), 3 Manjrekar James (19 Steven Vitória HT), 17 Marcel de Jong, 14 Samuel Piette (6 Charlie Trafford 73’), 15 Adam Straith, 8 Marco Bustos, 2 Fraser Aird, 11 Maxim Tissot (12 Jamar Dixon 83’), 9 Marcus Haber.


MIN G A 189 255 1g 0 37 539 1g 1a 90 0 0 45 1a 0 210 135 217 1a 71 1g 0 24 36 371 3g 495 0 0 208 0 60 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 600 1g 1a 64 274 3g 2a 75 585 1g 379 1g 113 0 230 214 90 45 45 0 0 257 2g 1a 0 0 540

GC 1.GC 1.GC 1.GC

4.GC 1.GC Début Début Début Début & 1.GC 5.GC Début & 1.GC Début

1.GC 1.GC 4.GC 1.GC Début & 1.GC 2.GC Début 3.GC

3.GC 4.GC 3.GC 3.GC Début 1.GC

2017 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Michael Findlay 2017 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2017-01-22 Devonshire Parish, BER CAN W 4:2 BER CanadaSoccerTV ; National Sports Centre, att. 1,814 Referee / arbitre : Ismail Elfath (Wienckowski, Morgante, Unkel). 50th / 50e match international : Marcel de Jong. CANADA : 22 GK Callum Irving début (1 GK Sean Melvin HT début, 12 Maxim Tissot 55’), 3 Nana Attakora, 4 Dejan Jaković (5 Wandrille Lefèvre HT), 15 Adam Straith (GK as of / depuis 55’), 17 Marcel de Jong capt., 13 Ben McKendry début (6 Marco Bustos HT), 8 Will Johnson (7 Kyle Bekker HT), 10 Jonathan Osorio, 9 Anthony Jackson-Hamel, 14 Ben Fisk début (16 Jay Chapman HT début), 11 Tosaint Ricketts. BER 12’ Jalen Harvey-Oliver (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Simmons) CAN 21’ Jonathan Osorio (right / droit) 1-1 CAN 23’ Tosaint Ricketts (right / droit) 2-1 (a. Osorio) BER 55’ Lejaun Simmons (right / droit) 2-2 CAN 75’ Jay Chapman (head / tête) 3-2 (a. Bekker CK) CAN 88’ Anthony Jackson-Hamel (right / droit) 4-2 (interception) 2017 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2017-03-22 Edinburgh, SCO CAN D 1:1 SCO TSN ; Easter Road Stadium, att. 9,158 Referee / arbitre : Jakob Kehlet (Rix, Wollenberg, Daubjerg). 50th / 50e match international : Nik Ledgerwood. CANADA : 1 GK Simon Thomas (18 GK Jayson Leutwiler HT), 2 Nik Ledgerwood capt., 15 Adam Straith, 3 Manjrekar James, 17 Maxim Tissot (14 La’Vere Corbin-Ong 66’ début), 6 Samuel Piette, 16 Scott Arfield (8 Charlie Trafford 89’), 12 Fraser Aird, 9 Marco Bustos, 7 Junior Hoilett, 10 Simeon Jackson (13 Ben Fisk 75’). CAN 10’ Fraser Aird (right / droit) 1-0 SCO 35’ Steven Naismith (left / gauche) 1-1

2017 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Octavio Zambrano 2017 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2017-06-13 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN W 2:1 CUW TSN, RDS ; Stade Saputo, att. 6,026 Referee / arbitre : Ted Unkel (Hoskings, Nasbitt, Elfath). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 2 Fraser Aird (21 Juan Córdova 82’ début), 4 Dejan Jaković, 3 Manjrekar James (15 Adam Straith 75’), 17 Marcel de Jong, 8 Will Johnson (7 Russell Teibert 68’), 6 Samuel Piette, 20 Patrice Bernier capt. (14 Mark-Anthony Kaye 79’ début), 19 Raheem Edwards début (12 Alphonso Davies 53’ début), 10 Junior Hoilett, 9 Cyle Larin (16 Anthony Jackson-Hamel 61’). CUW 43’ Rangelo Janga (left / gauche) 0-1 CAN 45’ Manjrekar James (left / gauche) 1-1 CAN 87’ A. Jackson-Hamel (right / droit) 2-1 (a. Piette)

1.GC

87

CANADA SOCCER

1.GC Début 1.GC Début

720 2a 114 1g 0 195 136 101 1 5 416

CANADA MNT

2017 CAN MNT MP MS Adekugbe, Samuel 3 2 Aird, Fraser 4 3 Akindele, Tesho 0 0 Aleman, Keven 1 0 Arfield, Scott 6 6 Attakora, Nana 1 1 Awuah, Kwame 0 0 Babouli, Molham 0 0 Bekker, Kyle 1 0 Béland-Goyette, Louis 0 0 Bernier, Patrice 3 3 Bustos, Marco 2 1 Cavallini, Lucas 4 2 Chapman, Jay 2 0 Choinière, David 0 0 Corbin-Ong, La’Vere 1 0 Córdova, Juan 2 0 Davies, Alphonso 6 3 de Jong, Marcel 6 6 Didic, Amer 0 0 Dixon, Jamar 0 0 Edwards, Raheem 3 3 Elva, Caniggia 0 0 Fisk, Ben 2 1 Fresenga, Andrés 0 0 Froese, Kianz 0 0 Galvis, Nicolas 0 0 Gasparotto, Luca 0 0 Haber, Marcus 0 0 Hamilton, Jordan 0 0 Haworth, Carl 0 0 Hoilett, David 7 7 Hutchinson, Atiba 1 1 Jackson-Hamel, A. 7 3 Jackson, Simeon 1 1 Jaković, Dejan 7 7 James, Manjrekar 5 4 Johnson, Will 2 2 Kapor, Milovan 0 0 Kaye, Mark-Anthony 5 2 Larin, Cyle 4 3 Ledgerwood, Nik 1 1 Lefèvre, Wandrille 1 0 McKendry, Ben 1 1 Misik, Patryk 0 0 Morgan, Ashtone 0 0 Osorio, Jonathan 4 3 Ouimette, Karl 0 0 Pasher, Tyler 0 0 Petrasso, Michael 6 6

GC 3.GC

8 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 5

FUTSAL - PARA

2017 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Borjan, Milan 5 5 424 4 2 Carducci, Marco 0 0 0 Crépeau, Maxime 1 0 26 2 0 Irving, Callum 1 1 45 1 0 Leutwiler, Jayson 2 1 135 0 2 Melvin, Sean 1 0 10 1 0 Pantemis, James 0 0 0 Thomas, Simon 2 2 135 2 0

8 3 0 3 3 2 1 1 5

CANADA WNT

2017 CANADA MNT

Piette, Samuel Ricketts, Tosaint Schweitzer, Jordan Straith, Adam Teibert, Russell Tissot, Maxim Trafford, Charlie Twardek, Kris Vitória, Steven

HALL of FAME

KOR 10’ Kim Bokyoung (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Nam) KOR 25’ Lee Jeonghyeop (right / droit) 0-2


2017-07-03 Canada 1:3 Nicaragua (3x 30min) Sunrise, FL, USA, Kics International Canada goal / but par Scott Arfield

2017 INTERNATIONALS

2017-07-04 Canada 1:0 Nicaragua (2x 20min) Sunrise, FL, USA, Kics International Canada goal / but par Marcel de Jong

2017 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2017-09-02 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 2:0 JAM TSN, RDS ; BMO Field, att. 21,724 Referee / arbitre : Ricardo Montero (Mora, Morales, Santos). CANADA : 18 GK Jayson Leutwiler, 4 Michael Petrasso, Manjrekar James, 5 Dejan Jaković, 17 Marcel de Jong (7 Samuel Adekugbe HT, 14 Mark-Anthony Kaye 54’), 6 Samuel Piette, 13 Atiba Hutchinson capt. (8 Jay Chapman 64’), 21 Jonathan Osorio (11 Tosaint Ricketts 90’), 10 Junior Hoilett, 20 Raheem Edwards (12 Alphonso Davies 70’), 16 Anthony Jackson-Hamel (9 Cyle Larin HT). CAN 16’ A. Jackson-Hamel (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Hoilett) CAN 31’ J. Osorio (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Jackson-Hamel) Red card / carton rouge 76’ Alphonso Davies

2017 CONCACAF GOLD CUP 2017 Concacaf Gold Cup / Coupe d’Or de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Octavio Zambrano Top Scorer / meilleur buteur : Alphonso Davies Best Young Player / Meilleur jeune joueur : Alphonso Davies All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles : Alphonso Davies 2017 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2017-07-07 Harrison, NJ, USA CAN W 4:2 GUF TSN, RDS ; Red Bull Arena, att. 25,817 Referee / arbitre : John Pitti (Victoria, Bruna, Kellys). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan (1 GK Maxime Crépeau 64’), 23 Michael Petrasso, 5 Dejan Jaković, 19 Steven Vitória, 17 Marcel de Jong, 20 Patrice Bernier capt. (7 Russell Teibert 66’), 6 Samuel Piette, 10 Junior Hoilett, 12 Alphonso Davies, 8 Scott Arfield, 9 Lucas Cavallini (16 Anthony Jackson-Hamel 83’). CAN 28’ Dejan Jaković (body / corps) 1-0 CAN 45+2’ Scott Arfield (left / gauche) 2-0 CAN 60’ Alphonso Davies (left / gauche) 3-0 (a. Cavallini) GUF 69’ Roy Contout (head / tête) 3-1 (a Abelinti CK) GUF 70’ Sloan Privat (left / gauche) 3-2 (a. Souvervie) CAN 85’ A. Davies (left / gauche) 4-2 (a. Jackson-Hamel) 2017 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2017-07-11 Houston, TX, USA CAN D 1:1 CRC TSN, RDS ; BBVA Compass Stadium, att. 12,019 Referee / arbitre : Mark Geiger (Morgante, Rockwell, Ramos). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 23 Michael Petrasso, 5 Dejan Jaković capt., 19 Steven Vitória, 4 Samuel Adekugbe, 6 Samuel Piette, 14 Mark-Anthony Kaye, 8 Scott Arfield, 10 Junior Hoilett (9 Lucas Cavallini 77’), 12 Alphonso Davies (2 Fraser Aird 69’), 16 Anthony Jackson-Hamel (11 Tosaint Ricketts 57’). CAN 27’ Alphonso Davies (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Arfield) CRC 42’ Francisco Calvo (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Guzman CK) 2017 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2017-07-14 Frisco, TX, USA CAN D 0:0 HON TSN, RDS ; Toyota Stadium, att. 10,098 Referee / arbitre : Joel Aguilar (Zumba, Torres, Barriga). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 23 Michael Petrasso, 3 Manjrekar James, 19 Steven Vitória, 4 Samuel Adekugbe, 6 Samuel Piette, 20 Patrice Bernier capt. (21 Jonathan Osorio 65’), 8 Scott Arfield, 10 Junior Hoilett (12 Alphonso Davies 73’), 17 Marcel de Jong, 9 Lucas Cavallini (14 Mark-Anthony Kaye 87’). GROUP / GROUPE : CRC 7 points; CAN 5; HON 4; GUF 0. 2017 CANADA MNT QUARTER / QUART 2017-07-20 Glendale, AZ, USA CAN L 1:2 JAM TSN, RDS ; University of Phoenix Stadium, att. 37,404 Referee / arbitre : Ricardo Montero (Mora, Corrales, Martinez). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 23 Michael Petrasso, 5 Dejan Jaković capt., 19 Steven Vitória (3 Manjrekar James 56’), 17 Marcel de Jong, 8 Scott Arfield, 6 Samuel Piette, 7 Russell Teibert, 10 Junior Hoilett, 12 Alphonso Davies (16 Anthony Jackson-Hamel 82’), 24 Cyle Larin (9 Lucas Cavallini 56’). JAM 6’ Shaun Francis (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Mattocks) JAM 50’ Romario Williams (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Mattocks) CAN 61’ Junior Hoilett (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Piette)

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Coach / entraîneur Octavio Zambrano

2017 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2017-10-08 Houston, TX, USA CAN L 0:1 SLV CanadaSoccerTV ; BBVA Compass Stadium, att. 8,000 Referee / arbitre : Baldomero Toledo (Mariscal, Hosking, Elfath). Suspended / suspendu : Alphonso Davies. CANADA : 1 GK Simon Thomas, 20 Michael Petrasso, 5 Dejan Jaković capt., 19 Steven Vitória, 13 Mark-Anthony Kaye, 6 Samuel Piette, 21 Jonathan Osorio (21 Jonathan Osorio 53’), 8 Scott Arfield, 16 Fraser Aird (2 Juan Cordova 62’), 17 Raheem Edwards (12 Kris Twardek 85’ début), 10 Cyle Larin (9 Anthony JacksonHamel 52’). SLV 75’ Denis Pineda (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Larin)

2018 CANADA MNT 2018 CAN MNT Borjan, Milan Busti, Alessandro Crépeau, Maxime Leutwiler, Jayson Pantemis, James Thomas, Simon

MP MS MIN GA CS 3 3 270 0 3 1 1 90 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2018 CAN MNT MP MS Adekugbe, Samuel 1 0 Akindele, Tesho 1 0 Arfield, Scott 1 1 Brault-Guillard, Zach. 2 1 Cavallini, Lucas 3 3 Chapman, Jay 0 0 Choinière, Mathieu 0 0 Cornelius, Derek 3 3 David, Jonathan 3 2 Davies, Alphonso 3 3 de Jong, Marcel 1 0 Edgar, David 1 0 Edwards, Raheem 1 0 Fraser, Liam 0 0 Godinho, Marcus 1 0 Henry, Doneil 2 2 Hoilett, David 3 3 Hutchinson, Atiba 2 2 Jaković, Dejan 1 1 James, Manjrekar 2 2 Kaye, Mark-Anthony 1 1 Larin, Cyle 4 1 Millar, Liam 4 3 Morgan, Ashtone 1 1

MIN G A 31 20 90 1a 114 174 3g 0 0 270 140 3g 2a 270 4a 29 31 15 0 46 180 251 2g 2a 180 1g 59 1a 180 45 171 3g 245 1a 59

NLQ NLQ Début & NLQ NLQ NLQ NLQ NLQ NLQ NLQ NLQ Début & NLQ NLQ NLQ Début & NLQ Début & NLQ NLQ NLQ NLQ NLQ Début & NLQ NLQ NLQ NLQ NLQ NLQ NLQ Début & NLQ NLQ


NLQ NLQ Début & NLQ NLQ Début & NLQ

2018 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur John Herdman 2018 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2018-03-24 San Pedro del Pinatar, ESP CAN W 1:0 NZL CanadaSoccer.com ; Pinatar Arena Football Center, att. 75 Referee / arbitre : David Fernandez (Cabanero, Barbero, Sanchez). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 12 Michael Petrasso (2 Marcus Godinho 45’ début), 5 Dejan Jaković capt. (4 David Edgar 59’), 3 Manjrekar James, 19 Ashtone Morgan (16 Samuel Adekugbe 59’), 6 Samuel Piette, 14 Mark-Anthony Kaye (7 David Wotherspoon HT début), 21 Jonathan Osorio, 11 Tosaint Ricketts (23 Tesho Akindele 70’), 20 Liam Millar début, 9 Cyle Larin (17 Raheem Edwards 75’). CAN 54’ Tosaint Ricketts (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Jaković)

NATIONS LEAGUE QUALIFIERS 2018-19 Concacaf Nations League Qualifiers Qualification de la Ligue des nations de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur John Herdman 2018 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2018-09-09 Bradenton, FL, USA CAN W 8:0 VIR Concacafgo.com ; IMG Soccer Stadium, att. 150 Referee / arbitre : Moeth Gaymes (Barker, Zeegelaar, Ward). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 14 Liam Millar (11 Tosaint Ricketts 70’), 15 Doneil Henry, 4 Derek Cornelius début, 12 Alphonso Davies, 6 Samuel Piette, 16 Scott Arfield capt., 21 Jonathan Osorio, 20 Jonathan David début (17 Marcel de Jong 61’), 10 Junior Hoilett, 19 Lucas Cavallini (9 Cyle Larin HT). CAN 6’ Jonathan Osorio (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Millar) CAN 8’ Lucas Cavallini (head / tête) 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 32’ Jonathan David (left / gauche) 3-0 (a. Hoilett) CAN 37’ Jonathan David (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Hoilett) CAN 44’ Lucas Cavallini (left / gauche) 5-0 (a. Arfield) CAN 50’ Junior Hoilett (right / droit) 6-0 (a. David) CAN 60’ Cyle Larin (right / droit) 7-0 (a. Davies) CAN 80’ Cyle Larin (head / tête) 8-0 (a. Davies) 2018 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2018-10-16 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 5:0 DMA TSN, RDS ; BMO Field, 10,523 Referee / arbitre : Oscar Macias (Hernandez, Briones, Ortiz). CANADA : 22 Alessandro Busti début, 14 Liam Millar (2 Zachary Brault-Guillard 66’ début), 3 Manjrekar James, 4 Derek Cornelius, 12 Alphonso Davies, 13 Atiba Hutchinson capt., 7 Russell Teibert, 21 Jonathan Osorio, 10 Junior Hoilett, 20 Jonathan David (9 Cyle Larin 55’), 19 Lucas Cavallini (23 Ballou Tabla 55’ début). CAN 3’ Jonathan David (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Davies) CAN 14’ Junior Hoilett (right / droit) 2-0 (a. David) CAN 18’ Lucas Cavallini (PK left foot / pied gauche) 3-0 CAN 47’ DMA own goal / but contre son camp 4-0 (o.g. Joseph) CAN 82’ Cyle Larin (right / droit) 5-0 (a. Davies)

2018 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE 2018-11-18 Basseterre, SKN CAN W 1:0 SKN Concacafgo.com ; Warner Park, att. 1,242 Referee / arbitre : Kevin Morrison (Reid, Yee Sing, Tyrell). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 2 Zachary Brault-Guillard, 15 Doneil Henry, 4 Derek Cornelius, 12 Alphonso Davies, 6 Samuel Piette, 13 Atiba Hutchinson capt., 7 Russell Teibert, 10 Junior Hoilett (14 Liam Millar 71’), 23 Ballou Tabla (20 Jonathan David 66’), 19 Lucas Cavallini (9 Cyle Larin 74’). CAN 44’ Atiba Hutchinson (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Teibert) Group play continued 2019-03-24 / l’action de la groupe continue

2019 CANADA MNT 2019 CAN MNT Borjan, Milan Carducci, Marco Crépeau, Maxime Leutwiler, Jayson Thomas, Simon

MP MS MIN GA CS 9 9 810 11 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2019 CAN MNT MP MS Adekugbe, Samuel 2 1 Akindele, Tesho 0 0 Arfield, Scott 6 5 Brault-Guillard, Zach. 2 2 Cavallini, Lucas 7 5 Chapman, Jay 0 0 Córdova, Juan 0 0 Cornelius, Derek 9 7 David, Jonathan 9 8 Davies, Alphonso 8 8 Didić, Amer 0 0 Edgar, David 0 0 Eustáquio, Stephen 1 0 Fraser, Liam 1 0 Godinho, Marcus 3 3 Henry, Doneil 7 7 Hoilett, David 7 5 Hutchinson, Atiba 4 4 Johnson, Will 2 2 Kaye, Mark-Anthony 8 7 Larin, Cyle 4 2 Laryea, Richie 4 4 Millar, Liam 4 0 Miller, Kamal 3 2 Morgan, Ashtone 2 0 Okello, Noble 0 0 Osorio, Jonathan 9 7 Piette, Samuel 6 6 Straith, Adam 0 0 Tabla, Ballou 0 0 Teibert, Russell 3 1 Verhoeven, Noah 0 0 Vitória, Steven 4 3 Wotherspoon, David 1 1 Zator, Dominick 0 0

NLQ, GC, NL NLQ, 4.GC, 1.NL 1.NL NLQ, 2.GC, 1.NL 2.GC & 1.NL NLQ

MIN G A NLQ, GC, CNL 110 NLQ & 1.NL 0 1.NL 480 1g 2a 2.GC & 1.NL 180 NLQ, 1.GC 421 8g NLQ, 2.GC, 1.NL 0 NLQ 0 1.NL 711 NLQ, 1.GC, 1.NL 703 8g 3a NLQ, 1.GC, 1.NL 644 2g 3a 2.GC, 1.NL 0 1.NL 0 NLQ 28 Début, 1.NL 81 Début, NLQ, 1.NL 270 NLQ, 1.GC 502 1g NLQ, 2.GC, 1.NL 477 6g 4a NLQ, 2.GC, 1.NL 340 1a NLQ, 6.GC 150 4.GC, 1.NL 532 3a NLQ, 2.GC, 1.NL 155 NLQ, 3.GC, 1.NL 360 Début, 1.NL 79 NLQ, 1.GC, 1.NL 182 Début, NLQ, 1.GC, 1.NL 39 3.GC 0 1.GC 642 1g 4a NLQ, 4.GC, 1.NL 540 1a NLQ, 4.GC, 1.NL 0 1.NL 0 NLQ 105 NLQ, 4.GC, 1.NL 0 292 1g 1.NL 52 1.NL 0 1.NL

NATIONS LEAGUE QUALIFIERS 2018-19 Concacaf Nations League Qualifiers Qualification de la Ligue des nations de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur John Herdman

89

CANADA SOCCER

NLQ

CANADA MNT

270 1g 44 270 90 1g 0 101 180 1a 0 45

FUTSAL - PARA

3 1 3 1 0 1 2 0 0

CANADA WNT

3 1 3 2 0 2 2 0 1

HALL of FAME

Osorio, Jonathan Petrasso, Michael Piette, Samuel Ricketts, Tosaint Shome, Shamit Tabla, Ballou Teibert, Russell Twardek, Kris Wotherspoon, David


2019 CANADA MNT QUALIFICATION 2019-03-24 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN W 4:1 GUF TSN, RDS ; BC Place, att. 17,124 Referee / arbitre : Diego Montana (Hernandez, Hernandez, Macias). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 2 Zachary Brault-Guillard, 15 Doneil Henry, 4 Derek Cornelius, 14 Mark-Anthony Kaye, 6 Samuel Piette, 13 Atiba Hutchinson capt. (3 Samuel Adekugbe 70’), 21 Jonathan Osorio (7 Russell Teibert 60’), 10 Junior Hoilett, 20 Jonathan David, 19 Lucas Cavallini (9 Cyle Larin 79’). CAN 12’ Junior Hoilett (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Hutchinson) GUF 26’ Kévin Rimane (right / droit) 1-1 (interception) CAN 39’ Lucas Cavallini (body / corps) 2-1 (a. David) CAN 41’ Jonathan David (left / gauche) 3-1 (a. Hoilett) CAN 50’ Lucas Cavallini (head / tête) 4-1 (a. Kaye) Qualified for 2019-20 Nations League A and qualified for the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup / qualifié pour la Ligue A des Nations de la Concacaf, 2019-20, et qualifié pour la Coupe d’Or 2019

2019 INTERNATIONALS 2019-06-10 Canada 2:0 Trinidad & Tobago Los Angeles, CA, USA - Titan Stadium att. 5 Canada goals / buts par : Scott Arfield (2)

2019 CONCACAF GOLD CUP 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup / Coupe d’Or de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur John Herdman Top Scorer / meilleur buteur : Jonathan David All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles : Jonathan David 2019 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2019-06-15 Pasadena, CA, USA CAN W 4:0 MTQ TSN, RDS ; Rose Bowl, att. 7,500 Referee / arbitre : Said Martinez (Lopez, Feliz, Kellys). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 23 Marcus Godinho, 13 Atiba Hutchinson, 4 Derek Cornelius, 14 Mark-Anthony Kaye (7 Russell Teibert 75’), 21 Jonathan Osorio, 6 Samuel Piette, 8 Scott Arfield capt., 10 Junior Hoilett (19 Lucas Cavallini 64’), 12 Alphonso Davies (11 Liam Millar 69’), 20 Jonathan David. CAN 33’ Jonathan David (right / droit) 1-0 (interception) CAN 53’ Jonathan David (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Piette) CAN 62’ Junior Hoilett (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Davies) CAN 67’ Scott Arfield (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Kaye) Joint record six consecutive wins / six victoires consécutives. 2019 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2019-06-19 Denver, CO, USA CAN L 1:3 MEX TSN, RDS ; Broncos Stadium at Mile High, att. 52,874 Referee / arbitre : Henry Bejarano (Arrieta, Feliz, Enar). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 2 Zachary Brault-Guillard, 13 Atiba Hutchinson capt., 15 Doneil Henry, 4 Derek Cornelius, 7 Russell Teibert (21 Jonathan Osorio 60’), 5 Will Johnson (8 Scott Arfield 60’), 14 Mark-Anthony Kaye, 12 Alphonso Davies, 9 Cyle Larin (20 Jonathan David 57’), 19 Lucas Cavallini. MEX 40’ Roberto Alvarado (left / gauche) 0-1 MEX 54’ Andres Guardado (left / gauche) 0-2 CAN 75‘ Lucas Cavallini (right / droit) 1-2 (a. David) MEX 77’ Andres Guardado (right / droit) 1-3 (a. Antuna) 2019 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2019-06-23 Charlotte, NC, USA CAN W 7:0 CUB TSN, RDS ; Bank of America Stadium, att. 10,000 Ref. / arbitre : Armando Villaerral (Anderson, Anderson, Marrufo). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 23 Marcus Godinho, 15 Doneil Henry (15 Doneil Henry 61’), 4 Derek Cornelius, 12 Alphonso Davies

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(11 Liam Millar 70’ début), 8 Scott Arfield capt., 6 Samuel Piette, 21 Jonathan Osorio, 20 Jonathan David, 10 Junior Hoilett, 19 Lucas Cavallini (3 Ashtone Morgan 61’). CAN 3’ Jonathan David (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Hoilett) CAN 21’ Lucas Cavallini (right / droit) 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 43’ Lucas Cavallini (right / droit) 3-0 (a. David) CAN 45+1’ Lucas Cavallini (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Davies) CAN 50’ Junior Hoilett (right / droit) 5-0 (rebound / rebonde) Penalty attempt miss 56’ manque de pénalité par Lucas Cavallini CAN 71’ Jonathan David (left / gauche) 6-0 CAN 77’ Jonathan David (left / gauche) 7-0 (a. Hoilett) GROUP / GROUPE : MEX 9 points; CAN 6; MTQ 3; CUB 0. 2019 CANADA MNT QUART 2019-06-29 Houston, TX, USA CAN L 2:3 HAI TSN, RDS ; NRG Stadium, att. 70,788 Referee / arbitre : Jair Marrufo (Anderson, Parker, Elfath). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 23 Marcus Godinho, 15 Doneil Henry, 4 Derek Cornelius, 12 Alphonso Davies, 13 Atiba Hutchinson capt., 8 Scott Arfield, 21 Jonathan Osorio (14 Mark-Anthony Kaye 64’), 10 Junior Hoilett, 20 Jonathan David, 19 Lucas Cavallini (3 Ashtone Morgan 80’). CAN 18’ Jonathan David (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Davies FK) CAN 28’ Lucas Cavallini (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Arfield) HAI 50’ Duckens Nazon (right / droit) 2-1 (interception) HAI 68’ Herve Bazile (PK left foot / pied gauche) 2-2 HAI 76’ Wilde-Donald Guerrier (left / gauche) 2-3 (a. Nazon)

CONCACAF NATIONS LEAGUE A 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League A Ligue A des Nations de la Concacaf, 2019-20 Coach / entraîneur John Herdman All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles : Alphonso Davies 2019 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2019-09-07 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 6:0 CUB OneSoccer ; BMO Field, att. 10,224 Ref. / arbitre : Fernando Hernandez (Lopez, Martinez, Montano). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 23 Richie Laryea, 15 Doneil Henry (19 Steven Vitória 68’), 4 Derek Cornelius, 17 Kamal Miller (16 Liam Millar 63’), 6 Samuel Piette, 14 Mark-Anthony Kaye, 21 Jonathan Osorio, 10 Junior Hoilett capt., 12 Alphonso Davies, 20 Jonathan David (9 Cyle Larin 64’). CAN 13’ Junior Hoilett (right / droit) 1-0 (interception) CAN 21’ Jonathan David (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Kaye) CAN 50’ Junior Hoilett (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Osorio) CAN 52’ Jonathan Osorio (left / gauche) 4-0 (a. Hoilett) CAN 64’ Doneil Henry (left / gauche) 5-0 (a. Osorio) CAN 82’ Junior Hoilett (PK right foot / pied droit) 6-0 2019 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2019-09-10 George Town, CAY CAN W 1:0 CUB OneSoccer ; Truman Bodden Sports Complex, att. 420 Referee / arbitre : Mario Escobar (Panjoj, Diaz, Parchment). CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan capt., 23 Richie Laryea, 15 Doneil Henry (red / rouge), 19 Steven Vitória, 3 Samuel Adekugbe, 8 Will Johnson, 14 Mark-Anthony Kaye, 16 David Wotherspoon (21 Jonathan Osorio 52’), 20 Jonathan David, 12 Alphonso Davies (11 Liam Millar 79’), 9 Cyle Larin (4 Derek Cornelius 55’). Red card / carton rouge 55’ Doneil Henry Y2R CAN 9’ Alphonso Davies (left / gauche) 1-0 2019 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2019-10-15 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 2:0 USA OneSoccer ; BMO Field, att. 17,126 Referee / arbitre : Daneon Parchment (Mora, Rochard, Herrera).


2020 CANADA MNT 2020 CAN MNT MP MS MIN GA CS Carducci, Marco 0 0 0 0 0 Crépeau, Maxime 3 3 270 3 0 Leutwiler, Jayson 0 0 0 0 0 Pantemis, James 0 0 0 0 0

CAN MNT

2020 CAN MNT MP MS Adekugbe, Samuel 2 2 Akindele, Tesho 3 3 Arfield, Scott 0 0 Bair, Theo 2 0 Bassong, Zorhan 2 1 Borges, Tristan 1 0 Brault-Guillard, Zachary 0 0 Brym, Charles-Andreas 3 2 Cavallini, Lucas 0 0 Chapman, Jay 1 1 Cornelius, Derek 1 1 David, Jonathan 0 0 Davies, Alphonso 0 0 Didić, Amer 2 2 Eustáquio, Stephen 0 0 Fraser, Liam 3 3 Godinho, Marcus 1 1 Henry, Doneil 0 0 Jaković, Dejan 0 0 James, Manjrekar 1 1 Kaye, Mark-Anthony 0 0 Larin, Cyle 0 0 Laryea, Richie 2 2

CAN MNT

MIN G A 169 215 1g 0 20 1g 135 1a 20 0 203 1g 0 67 2a 90 0 0 180 1g 0 246 1a 90 0 0 90 0 0 107

Début Début Début Début

Début

0 180 39 69 1g 24 217 1g 192 156 1g 21 78 92 1g 1a 0

Début Début

Début Début

2020 INTERNATIONALS

CANADA SOCCER

0 2 0 0 0 3 3 2 0 0 1 0

2020 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2020-01-07 Irvine, CA, USA CAN W 4:1 BRB Orange County Great Park, att. 5 Referee / arbitre : Rubiel Vazquez (Nesbitt, Mariscal, Saghafi) CANADA : 16 GK Maxime Crépeau; 2 Marcus Godinho, 5 Manjrekar James, 17 Kamal Miller, 3 Samuel Adekugbe, 6 Samuel Piette capt. (7 Russell Teibert 57’), 12 Liam Fraser (18 Noble Okello 75’ début), 8 Jay Chapman (21 Jayden Nelson 67’ début), 10 Jonathan Osorio (23 Shamit Shome 57’ début), 11 Tosaint Ricketts (25 Charles-Andreas Brym 67’ début), 13 Tesho Akindele (9 Theo Bair 71’ début). CAN 7’ Tosaint Ricketts (right / droit) 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 33’ Tesho Akindele (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Chapman) BRB 35’ Armando Lashley (PK right / droit) 2-1 CAN 45’+ Jonathan Osorio (right / droit) 3-1 (a. Chapman) CAN 76’ Theo Bair (right / droit) 4-1 (rebound / rebonde) 2020 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2020-01-10 Irvine, CA, USA CAN W 4:1 BRB Orange County Great Park, att. 5 Referee / arbitre : Nima Saghafi (A.Mariscal, E.Mariscal, Morrison) CANADA : 16 Maxime Crépeau; 22 Richie Laryea (20 Ashtone Morgan 62’), 15 Amer Didić début, 4 Derek Cornelius, 26 Zorhan Bassong début, 6 Samuel Piette (23 Shamit Shome HT), 12 Liam Fraser (18 Noble Okello 81’), 10 Jonathan Osorio capt. (19 Tristan Borges 70’ début), 7 Russell Teibert (21 Jayden Nelson 59’), 25 Charles-Andreas Brym, 13 Tesho Akindele (14 Jacob Shaffelburg 69’ début). CAN 10’ Charles-Andreas Brym (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Teibert CK) CAN 36’ Russell Teibert (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Bassong) CAN 64’ Amer Didić (head / tête) 3-0 (a. Fraser CK) BRB 69’ Shamar Edwards (right / droit) 3-1 (interception) CAN 86’ Jayden Nelson (right / droit) 4-1 (interception) 2020 CANADA MNT INTERNATIONAL 2020-01-15 Irvine, CA, USA CAN L 0:1 ISL Orange County Great Park, att. 20 Referee / arbitre : Rubiel Vazquez (Atkins, Nesbitt, Saghafi) CANADA : 16 Maxime Crépeau; 22 Richie Laryea (26 Zorhan Bassong HT), 15 Amer Didić, 17 Kamal Miller, 3 Samuel Adekugbe (20 Ashtone Morgan 79’), 6 Samuel Piette capt., 12 Liam Fraser, 10 Jonathan Osorio, 25 Charles-Andreas Brym, 13 Tesho Akindele (21 Jayden Nelson 75’), 11 Tosaint Ricketts (9 Theo Bair 90’). ISL 21’ Hólmar Eyjólfsson (right / droit) 0-1 (rebound / rebonde)

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CANMNT

Coach / entraîneur John Herdman

CANWNT

2019-11-19 GROUP / GROUPE : USA 9 points; CAN 9; CUB 0.

0 2 2 3 2 3 3 2 1 2 2 0

HONOURS

2019 CANADA MNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2019-11-15 Orlando, FL, USA CAN L 1:4 USA OneSoccer ; Exploria Stadium, att. 13,103 Referee / arbitre : Cesar Ramos (Espinosa, Morales, Perez). CANADA : 18 Milan Borjan, 2 Richie Laryea, 5 Steven Vitória, 15 Doneil Henry (INJ 48’), 12 Alphonso Davies, 6 Samuel Piette, 14 Mark-Anthony Kaye (7 Stephen Eustáquio 62’ début), 21 Jonathan Osorio, 8 Scott Arfield capt., 20 Jonathan David, 19 Lucas Cavallini (10 Junior Hoilett 61’). USA 2’ Jordan Morris (right / droit) 0-1 USA 23’ Gyasi Zardes (head / tête) 0-2 (a. Morris) USA 34’ Aaron Long (head / tête) 0-3 (a. Ream FK) CAN 72’ Steven (head / tête) 1-3 (a. Osorio) USA 89’ Gyasi Zardes (right / droit) 1-4

Millar, Liam Miller, Kamal Morgan, Ashtone Nelson, Jayden Okello, Noble Osorio, Jonathan Piette, Samuel Ricketts, Tosaint Shaffelburg, Jacob Shome, Shamit Teibert, Russell Vitória, Steven

HALL of FAME

Suspended / suspendu : Doneil Henry. CANADA : 18 GK Milan Borjan, 23 Richie Laryea, 5 Steven Vitória, 4 Derek Cornelius, 17 Kamal Miller, 6 Samuel Piette, 14 MarkAnthony Kaye (Liam Fraser 9’), 7 Scott Arfield capt., 21 Jonathan Osorio, 20 Jonathan David (19 Lucas Cavallini 66’), 12 Alphonso Davies (10 Junior Hoilett 66’) CAN 63’ Alphonso Davies (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Arfield) CAN 90’+1 Lucas Cavallini (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Osorio) Qualified for 2020-21 Nations League A and qualified for the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup / qualifié pour la Ligue A des Nations de la Concacaf, 2020-21, et qualifié pour la Coupe d’Or 2021


MEN’S YOUTH TEAMS / ÉQUIPES MASCULINES JUVÉNILES CONCACAF YOUTH CHAMPIONS / CHAMPIONS DE LA CONCACAF Concacaf Men’s Under-20 Championship / Championnat masculin U20

1986 & 1996

FIFA WORLD CUPS / LES COUPES DU MONDE DE LA FIFA FIFA U-20 World Cup / Coupe du Monde U-20 FIFA U-17 World Cup / Coupe du Monde U-17

Concacaf U-15 to/ à U-23 : 104-46-81 FIFA U-16 to/à U-20 : 4-9-32

1979, 1985, 1987, 1997, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007 1987, 1989, 1993, 1995, 2011, 2013, 2019

v Concacaf 104-46-79 v CONMEBOL 0-0-12 v OFC 0-1-0

v AFC v UEFA v CAF

0-3-7 3-3-10 1-2-5

CANADA YOUTH TEAMS / ÉQUIPES JUVÉNILES FIFA U-16 to/à U-20 FIFA U-19 / U-20 Japan 1979 Soviet Union 1985 Chile 1987 Malaysia 1997 Argentina 2001 UAE 2003 Netherlands 2005 Canada 2007 :: 1979 - 2007

FINAL 13th / 16 14th / 16 10th / 16 13th / 24 24th / 24 8th / 24 21st / 24 24th / 24 4W-5D-18L

FIFA U-19 / U-20 HONOURS All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Hume, Iain UAE 2003 Hutchinson, Atiba UAE 2003 FIFA U-16 / U-17 Canada 1987 Scotland 1989 Japan 1993 Ecuador 1995 Mexico 2011 UAE 2013 Brazil 2019 :: 1987-2019

FINAL 16th / 16 16th / 16 16th / 16 16th / 16 19th / 24 18th / 24 22nd / 24 0W-4D-17L

FIFA U-17 to/à U-20 GOALS Goals scored at the FIFA youth tournaments / Les buts marqués au cours des tournois juvéniles de la FIFA Hume, Iain (2003) 3 Hamilton, Jordan (2013) 2 Russell-Rowe, Jacen (2019) 2 Segota, Branko (1979) 2

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CONCACAF U-15 to/à U-23 Concacaf U-23 Concacaf 1992 Canada 1996 USA 2000 Mexico 2004 USA 2008 USA 2012 USA 2015 USA 2020 :: 1991 - 2015

FINALE Group 2nd Group Group 3rd Semi 4th 14W-11D-16L

Concacaf U-19 / U-20 FINALE Mexico 1973 4th Canada 1974 x Puerto Rico 1976 5th Honduras 1978 2nd USA 1980 3rd Guatemala 1982 5th Trinidad and Tobago 1984 2nd Trinidad and Tobago 1986 1st Guatemala 1988 6th Guatemala 1990 5th Canada 1992 3rd Honduras 1994 3rd Mexico 1996 1st Trinidad & Tobago 1998 Group A 3rd Canada 2001 Group A 1st USA 2002 Group B 1st Honduras 2005 Group B 1st Trinidad and Tobago 2009 5th Guatemala 2011 7th Mexico 2013 6th Jamaica 2015 9th Costa Rica 2017 9th USA 2018 12th :: 1973 - 2018 51W-19D-33L

Concacaf U-16 / U-17 FINALE Mexico 1985 3rd Trinidad and Tobago 1988 3rd Trinidad and Tobago 1991 6th Cuba 1992 3rd El Salvador 1994 3rd Trinidad and Tobago 1996 4th El Salvador 1999 Group B 3rd USA 2001 Group A 2nd Canada 2003 Group B 3rd Mexico 2005 Group B 3rd Jamaica 2007 Group B 4th Mexico 2009 Group B 4th Jamaica 2011 2nd Panama 2013 3rd Honduras 2015 6th Panama 2017 7th USA 2019 Semi / Demi :: 1985 - 2019 34W-16D-28L Concacaf U-15 USA 2017 USA 2019 :: 1985 - 2019

FINALE Quarter / Quart Semi / Demi 5W-0D-4L

Concacaf U-15 to/à U-23 Mobilio, Domenic (1985-86) Vaglica, Agostino (1992) Friend, Rob (2003) Domazetis, Billy (1986) Petrasso, Michael (2011-15) Thompson, Niall (1992-96) Grimes, James (1986) Hamilton, Jordan (2013-15) Nash, Martin (1994-96) Xausa, Davide (1994-96) Several / plusieurs

BUTS 11 9 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 5


GROUP / GROUPE canm19 D 1:1 NCA canm19 L 1:2 MEX

1973 CONCACAF U-19s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 1973-02-25 Toluca, ME, MEX canm19 L 0:1 GUA (SEMI / DEMI) Estadio Nemesio Díez, att. 5,000 GUA 73’ Mario Mendoza 1973-02-28 Puebla, PB, MEX canm19 L 0:2 CUB (MATCH 3rd-4th / 3e-4e) Estadio Cuauhtémoc, att. 5,000 CUB 0-1 Sotolungo CUB 0-2 Morales

1974 CONCACAF UNDER-19 1974 Concacaf Youth Tournament in Canada Tournoi juvénile de la Concacaf, Canada 1974 Coach / entraîneur Eckhard Krautzun Stadiums / stades : Varsity, York, J.W. Little

Place : 4th / 4e

1974 CONCACAF U-19s GROUP / GROUPE A 1974-08-17 Toronto, ON, CAN canm19 W 4:1 BER CAN 3’ Bruce Miller 1-0 (a. Barbieri) BER 30’ Ralph Douglas CAN 49’ Bruce Miller 2-1 (a. Woods) - Head / tête CAN 50’ Bruce Miller 3-1 (a.Barbieri) CAN 52’ Carmelo Barbieri 4-1 (a.Roe) 1974-08-21 Toronto, ON, CAN canm19 W 5:0 DOM CAN 6’ Peter Roe (PK) 1-0 CAN Zohil Tonci 2-0 (a.Roe) CAN 46’ Zohil Tonci (PK) 3-0 CAN 70’ Carmelo Barbieri 4-0 CAN 74’ Ottavio Ariganello 5-0 1974-08-24 Toronto, ON, CAN canm19 W 2:1 NCA CAN 16’ Gary Ofner 1-0 (a.Dickson) CAN 55’ Ed Dickson 2-0 (a.Ariganello) NCA Manuel Quintanilla 2-1 1974 CONCACAF U-19s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 1974-08-26 London, ON, CAN canm19 D 2:2 CUB CUB 28’ Basilio Martinez 0-1 CAN 53’ Carmelo Barbieri 1-1 (a. Roe) CAN 102’ Carmelo Barbieri 2-1 e.t. (a.Roe) CUB 103’ Regino Delgado 2-2 e.t. Cuba wins 5-4 on kicks / Cuba gagne 5-4 aux tirs

1976-77 CANADA 1976 CONCACAF UNDER-19 1976 Concacaf Youth Championship in Puerto Rico

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canm19 W 3:0 ANT

canm19 L 0:2 JAM

1976 CONCACAF U-19s RD 2 GROUP / GROUPE 1976-09-26 San Juan, PUR canm19 L 0:5 MEX MEX 17’ Guillermo Cosio MEX 40’ Hugo Sánchez MEX 43’ Guillermo Cosio MEX 47’ Hugo René Rodríguez MEX 70’ Guillermo Cosio 1976-09-28 San Juan, PUR canm19 W 7:0 DOM CAN 21’ Tony Heap 1-0 (a. Parchment) CAN Tony Heap CAN Tony Heap CAN Gabriel Cortelucci CAN Gabriel Cortelucci CAN Richard Parchment CAN Bill Breen 1976-10-01 San Juan, PUR canm19 L 2:4 USA CAN Jamie Fales 1-0 USA Etherington USA Etherington USA Davis USA Davis CAN Tony Heap 2-4

1978-79 CANADA

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1978 CONCACAF UNDER-19 1978 Concacaf Youth Championship in Honduras Championnat juvénile de la Concacaf, Honduras 1978 Coach / entraîneur Barrie Clarke Place : 2nd / 2e Canada qualified for the FIFA World Youth Championship Japan 1979 / Le Canada se qualifie pour le Championnat du Monde Juniors de la FIFA, Japon 1979 1978 CONCACAF U-19s (2x 40min) 1978-11-26 Tegucigalpa, HON CAN 3’ Branko Segota 1-0 CAN 6’ Lajos Nagy 2-0 CAN 16’ Branko Segota 3-0 CAN 34’ Branko Segota 4-0 CAN 52’ Gerry Gray 5-0 CAN 56’ Graziano Cornolo 6-0 CAN 66’ Lajos Nagy 7-0 CAN 67’ Gerry Gray (PK) 8-0 CAN 80’ David McCaig 9-0 1978-12-03 Tegucigalpa, HON HON Matilde Lacayo 0-1 HON Roxne Romero 0-2

CANADA SOCCER

1973 CONCACAF U-19s 1973-02-20 Puebla, PB, MEX CAN Jeff Sim NCA Silvio Aguirre 1973-02-22 Puebla, PB, MEX MEX 35’ Jesús Sotelo 0-1 MEX 50’ José Luis Caballero 0-2 CAN 77’ Mark McQueen (PK) 1-2

Final 4th / 4e

RD 1 GROUP / GROUPE canm19 D 2:2 GUA

CANADA MNT+

1973 Concacaf Youth Tournament in Mexico Tournoi juvénile de la Concacaf, Mexique 1973 Coach / entraîneur Alan Ross

1976 CONCACAF U-19s 1976-09-20 San Juan, PUR GUA ?? 0-1 - Head / tête GUA ?? 0-2 CAN 66’ Ian Bridge (PK) 1-2 CAN 74’ Noel Garrick 2-2 1976-09-22 San Juan, PUR CAN Dale Mitchell 1-0 (a.Carey) CAN Charlie Carey 2-0 CAN Doug Robinson 3-0 1976-09-24 San Juan, PUR JAM ?? JAM ??

FUTSAL - PARA

1973 CONCACAF UNDER-19

Championnat juvénile de la Concacaf, Porto Rico 1976 Coach / entraîneur Alan Churchard Final 5th / 5e

Rd 1 GROUP / GROUPE canm19 W 9:0 DOM

canm19 L 0:2 HON

93

CANADA WNT

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HALL of FAME

1973-74 CANADA


1978 CONCACAF U-19s (2x 40min) 1978-12-07 Tegucigalpa, HON 1978-12-10 Tegucigalpa, HON HON 12’ Roxne Romero 0-1 1978-12-12 Tegucigalpa, HON CAN 25’ Branko Segota 1-0 (a.Nagy) CAN 53’ Danny Lenarduzzi (PK) 2-0 CAN 73’ Mike Sweeney 3-0

Rd 2 GROUP / GROUPE canm19 D 0:0 USA canm19 L 0:1 HON canm19 W 3:0

TRI

1978 CONCACAF U-19s (2x 40min) PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 1978-12-14 San Pedro Sula, HON canm19 W 4:0 CRC (SEMI / DEMI) Estadio Francisco Morazán, att. 20,000 CAN 28’ David McCaig 1-0 (a. Robinson) CAN 53’ Ian Bridge (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Segota CK) CAN 58’ Lajos Nagy 3-0 CAN 60’ Branko Segota 4-0 (a. Nagy) Qualified for Japan / qualifié pour le Japon 1979 1978-12-17 Tegucigalpa, HON canm19 L 0:1 MEX (FINAL / FINALE) Est. Tiburcio Carías Andino, att. 33,452 MEX 87’ Omar Meniburu 0-1 e.t.

1979 FIFA U-20 WORLD CUP FIFA World Youth Championship Japan 1979 Championnat du Monde Juniors de la FIFA, Japon 1979 Coach / entraîneur Barrie Clarke Final 13th / 13e 1979 FIFA U-19s (2x 40min) GROUP / GROUPE C 1979-08-25 Kobe, JPN canm19 W 3:1 POR Chuo Stadium, att. 10,000 CAN 7’ Branko Segota (head / tête) 1-0 POR 46’ Joao Grilo CAN 66’ Branko Segota CAN 79’ Lajos Nagy (head / tête) 3-1 1979-08-27 Kobe, JPN canm19 L 0:1 KOR Chuo Stadium, att. 5,000 KOR 63’ Lee Tae Ho 0-1 1979-08-29 Kobe, JPN canm19 L 0:3 PAR Chuo Stadium, att. 7,500 PAR 37’ Julio Cesar Romero 0-1 PAR 40’ Ramon Isasi 0-2 PAR 58’ Julio Cesar Romero 0-3

1980-81 CANADA

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1980 CONCACAF UNDER-19 1980 Concacaf Youth Championship in USA Championnat juvénile de la Concacaf, USA 1980 Coach / entraîneur Barrie Clarke 1980 CONCACAF U-19s 1980-08-01 Dallas, TX, USA CAN 90’ Mike Zacharuk 1-0 1980-08-03 Dallas, TX, USA 1980-08-07 Dallas, TX, USA TRI 20’ ?? 0-1 CAN 50’ David Woodsford 1-1 CAN 83’ Desmond Webster 1-2 1980-08-09 Dallas, TX, USA

GROUP / GROUPE canm19 W 1:0 PUR canm19 D 0:0 GUA canm19 W 2:1 TRI

canm19 D 0:0 JAM

1980 CONCACAF U-19s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 1980-08-12 Los Angeles, CA, USA canm19 W 3:0 CUB (QUARTER / QUART) Memorial Coliseum CAN 33’ David Woodsford 1-0 (a. Katakalidis)

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CAN 49’ Nick Albanis (PK) 2-0 CAN 55’ Mike Zacharuk 3-0 (a. Katakalidis) 1980-08-15 Washington, DC, USA canm19 D 1:1 MEX (SEMI / DEMI) RFK Stadium CAN 10’ David Woodsford 1-0 (a. McQueen) MEX 36’ Agustin Cross 1-1 Mexico wins 3-2 on kicks / le Mexique gagne 3-2 aux tirs

1982-83 CANADA

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1982 CONCACAF UNDER-19 1982 Concacaf Youth Championship in Guatemala Championnat juvénile de la Concacaf, Guatemala 1982 Coach / entraîneur Barrie Clarke Final 5th / 5e 1982 CONCACAF U-19s Rd 1 GROUP / GROUPE 1982-08-17 Antigua, GUA canm19 W 3:1 ANT CAN 23’ David Norris (PK) 1-0 CAN 43’ Cosimo Commisso 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 60’ Paul Hames 3-0 ANT ?? 3-1 Red card / carton rouge 70’ (ANT) 1982-08-20 Antigua, GUA canm19 W 2:0 TRI CAN 38’ PaulHames 1-0 (a. Norris) CAN 54’ Igor Vrablic 2-0 (a. Caputo) 1982-08-22 Antigua, GUA canm19 L 1:2 HON HON 31’ Federico Martinez 0-1 HON 51’ Amilcar Suazo 0-2 CAN 65’ Paul Hames (PK) 1-2 1982 CONCACAF U-19s Rd 2 GROUP / GROUPE 1982-08-25 Guatemala, GUA canm19 L 2:3 USA CAN 27’ Igor Vrablic 1-0 (a. Commisso) USA 37’ Lane Lenworthy 1-1 CAN 42’ Ray Northdurft 2-1 USA 82’ Chance Fry 2-2 USA 89’ Hugo Perez 2-3 1982-08-27 Guatemala, GUA canm19 D 2:2 CRC CRC 12’ Mauricio Camacho 0-1 CAN 24’ Paul Hames 1-1 CAN 61’ David Norris 2-1 CAN 78’ Deiver Vega 2-2

1984-85 CANADA m16-m19 1984 CONCACAF UNDER-19 1984 Concacaf Youth Championship in Trinidad and Tobago Championnat juvénile de la Concacaf, Trinidad / Tobago 1984 Coach / entraîneur Bob Bearpark Final 2nd / 2e Canada qualified for the FIFA World Youth Championship USSR 1985 / Le Canada se qualifie pour Championnat du Monde Juniors de la FIFA, URS 1985 1984 CONCACAF U-19s Rd 1 GROUP / GROUPE 1984-08-20 Arima, TRI canm19 W 5:0 GUA CAN 5’ Jeff Cambridge 1-0 CAN 9’ Pierre-Richard Thomas (head / tête) 2-0 (a. .. CK) CAN 42’ Cosimo Commisso 3-0 CAN 53’ Pierre-Richard Thomas 4-0 CAN Danny Simijoski 5-0 (a. Phillips)


1985 CONCACAF UNDER-16 1985 Concacaf Under-16 Championship in Mexico Championnat U-16 de la Concacaf, Mexique 1985 Coach / entraîneur Brian Hughes

1985 FIFA U-19s 1985-08-24 Minsk, BLR, URS Dinamo Stadium, att. 16,000 NGA 1’ (12 sec.) Odiaka Monday 0-1 NGA 78’ Samson Siasia 0-2 1985-08-27 Minsk, BLR, URS Dinamo Stadium, att. 8,000 1985-08-29 Minsk, BLR, URS Dinamo Stadium, att. 16,000 URS 38’ Gela Ketashvili 0-1 URS 39’ Vladimir Tatartchouk 0-2 URS 60’ Vladas Ivanauskas 0-3 URS 64’ Igor Skliarov (PK) 0-4 URS 79’ Oleg Kuzhlev 0-5

GROUP / GROUPE C canm19 L 0:2 NGA

Final 3rd / 3e

FINAL / GROUPE FINALE canm16 L 0:3 MEX

canm16 L 1:2 CRC

CANADA SOCCER

FIFA World Youth Championship USSR 1985 Championnat du Monde Juniors de la FIFA, URS 1985 Coach / entraîneur Bob Bearpark Final 14th / 14e

canm19 D 0:0 AUS canm19 L 0:5 URS

1986-87 CANADA m16-m19 1986 CONCACAF UNDER-19

1985 CONCACAF U-16s (2x 40min) Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE 1985-05-13 México, DF, MEX canm16 D 3:3 CRC CRC 7’ Hernan Medford 0-1 CRC 9’ Hernan Medford 0-2 CRC 19’ Fernando Rosses 0-3 CAN 42’ John Vrablic 1-3 CAN 57’ John Vrablic 2-3 CAN 74’ Domenic Mobilio 3-3 1985-05-15 México, DF, MEX canm16 W 4:1 TRI CAN John Vrablic CAN Domenic Mobilio CAN Domenic Mobilio CAN John Fitzgerald TRI ? 1985-05-17 México, DF, MEX canm16 W 3:2 SLV SLV ? 0-1 CAN Domenic Mobilio 1-1 SLV 29’ ? 1-2 CAN 74’ John Vrablic 2-2 (a. Colin Samuels) CAN 78’ Domenic Mobilio 3-2 1985 CONCACAF U-16s (2x 40min) 1985-05-22 México, DF, MEX MEX 16’ Guillermo Ortiz 0-1 MEX 25’ Jose Israel Castillo 0-2 MEX 44’ Ramón Raya 0-3 1985-05-24 México, DF, MEX CAN 26’ Stephen Burns 1-0 CRC 46’ Javier Wanchope 1-1 CRC 78’ Hernan Medford 1-2

1985 FIFA U-20 WORLD CUP

CANADA MNT+

1984 CONCACAF U-19s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 1984-09-05 Port of Spain, TRI canm19 W 1:0 SLV (SEMI / DEMI) Stadium, att. 3,000 CAN 109’ David Phillips 1-0 e.t. Qualified for USSR / qualifié pour le URS 1985 1984-09-07 Port of Spain, TRI canm19 L 1:2 MEX (FINAL / FINALE) National Stadium, att. 25,000 MEX 13’ Humberto Roon 0-1 CAN David Phillips 1-1 MEX 97’ Mario Galvez 1-2 e.t. Red card / carton rouge MEX Joel Anguiano

canm16 D 1:1 HON

1986 Concacaf Youth Championship in Trinidad and Tobago Championnat juvénile de la Concacaf, Trinidad / Tobago 1986 Coach / entraîneur Tony Taylor Champion Top Player / meilleur joueur Burk Kaiser Golden Shoe / soulier d’or Billy Domazetis All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Burk Kaiser, Billy Domazetis, Steve Jansen, Neil Wilkinson Canada qualified for the FIFA World Youth Championship Chile 1987 / Le Canada se qualifie pour Championnat du Monde Juniors de la FIFA, Chili 1987 1986 CONCACAF U-19s Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE 1986-08-16 Port of Spain, TRI canm19 W 3:0 BER CAN 21’ Ian Carter 1-0 (a. Wilkinson) CAN 77’ Dom. Mobilio 2-0 (a. Wilkinson) - Head (CK) tête CAN 79’ Billy Domazetis 3-0 (a. Wilkinson) 1986-08-20 Port of Spain, TRI canm19 W 4:0 TRI CAN 34’ Neil Wilkinson (PK) 1-0 CAN 43’ Domenic Mobilio 2-0 (a. Carter) CAN 56’ Billy Domazetis 3-0 (a. Fitzgerald) CAN 68’ Billy Domazetis 4-0 (a. Fitzgerald) 1986-08-22 Port of Spain, TRI canm19 W 6:0 ATG CAN Burk Kaiser 1-0 Red card / carton rouge ATG 44’ Jerome Little CAN 50’ James Grimes CAN 54’ James Grimes 3-0 (a. Fitzgerald) CAN 55’ James Grimes 4-0 (a. Rizi) CAN 69’ Domenic Mobilio 5-0 CAN 85’ Domenic Mobilio 6-0 1986-08-24 Port of Spain, TRI canm19 W 2:0 BRB CAN 21’ Neil Wilkinson 1-0 CAN 75’ Billy Domazetis 2-0 (a. Grimes)

95

FUTSAL - PARA

1984 CONCACAF U-19s Rd 2 GROUP / GROUPE 1984-08-26 San Fernando, TRI canm19 W 2:0 HON CAN 28’ Alex Bunbury 1-0 Red card / carton rouge 55’ HON Diaz CAN 88’ Alex Bunbury 2-0 1984-08-31 Port of Spain, TRI canm19 D 1:1 MEX CAN 11’ David Phillips 1-0 MEX 24’ José Manuel de la Torre (PK) 1-1 1984-09-02 San Fernando, TRI canm19 W 2:0 GUY CAN 17’ Alex Bunbury 1-0 CAN 41’ Jeff Cambridge 2-0

1985-05-26 México, DF, MEX HON 52’ ? 0-1 CAN Domenic Mobilio 1-1 Canada wins on kicks

CANADA WNT

canm19 D 0:0 SLV canm19 D 1:1 CUB

HALL of FAME

1984-08-22 Arima, TRI 1984-08-24 Arima, TRI CUB 45’ ?? 0-1 CAN 60’ David Phillips 1-1


1986 CONCACAF U-19s FINAL / GROUPE FINALE 1986-08-27 Port of Spain, TRI canm19 D 1:1 USA CAN 70’ James Grimes 1-0 USA 81’ Martin 1986-08-29 Port of Spain, TRI canm19 W 5:0 TRI CAN 6’ Domenic Mobilio 1-0 (interception) CAN 36’ John Fitzgerald 2-0 CAN Billy Domazetis 3-0 (a. Fitzgerald) CAN Billy Domazetis (head / tête) 4-0 CAN James Grimes 5-0 1986-08-31 Port of Spain, TRI canm19 W 2:1 CUB CAN James Grimes 1-0 CAN 82’ Billy Domazetis 2-0 CUB Isac 2-1 Canada wins Concacaf championship / Canada gagne le Championnat Concacaf

1987 FIFA U-17 WORLD CUP FIFA U-16 World Tournament Canada 1987 Tournoi Mondiale U-16 de la FIFA, Canada 1987 Coach / entraîneur Brian Hughes

Final 16th / 16e

1987 FIFA U-16s (2x 40min) GROUP / GROUPE A 1987-07-12 Toronto, ON, CAN canm16 L 0:3 ITA Varsity Stadium, att. 13,500 ITA 22’ Marcello Melli (right / droit) 0-1 ITA 36’ Gianluca Pessotto (right / droit) 0-2 ITA 68’ Fabio Gallo (left / gauche) 0-3 1987-07-14 Toronto, ON, CAN canm16 L 0:3 EGY Varsity Stadium, att. 5,200 EGY 14’ Hany Hussain (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Moustafa) EGY 48’ Gamal Musaed(left / gauche) 0-2 EGY 53’ Mohamed Ramadan (left / gauche) 0-3 1987-07-16 Toronto, ON, CAN canm16 L 1:2 QAT Varsity Stadium, att. 6,500 QAT 3’ Abdulla Yousuf (right / droit) 0-1 QAT 23’ Rashid Suwaid (right / droit) 0-2 CAN 25’ Guido Titotto (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Boyle FK) Red card / carton rouge 51’ Abdulla Hassan Y2R

1987 PAN AMERICAN GAMES 1987 Pan American Games / Jeux panaméricains, USA 1987 Coach / entraîneur Bob Bearpark 1987 PAN AM U-19s GROUP / GROUPE B 1987-08-10 Indianapolis, IN, USA canm19 L 1:4 BRA BRA 12’ Evair 0-1 BRA 37’ Nelsinho 0-2 CAN 41’ Neil Wilkinson (PK) 1-2 BRA 65’ Ademir 1-3 BRA João Paulo Red card / carton rouge BRA Ricardo Rocha 1987-08-13 Indianapolis, IN, USA canm19 D 2:2 CHI CHI 28’ Ramon Perez (PK) 0-1 CAN 50’ Billy Domazetis (PK) 1-1 Red card / carton rouge 55’ Nick De Santis Y2R CHI 56’ Marco Tamayo 1-2 CAN 85’ Billy Domazetis (PK) 2-2 1987-08-16 Indianapolis, IN, USA canm19 L 0:2 CUB CUB 8’ Carlos González CUB 37’ Jorge Maya

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1987 FIFA U-20 WORLD CUP FIFA World Youth Championship Chile 1987 Championnat du Monde Juniors de la FIFA, Chili 1987 Coach / entraîneur Tony Taylor Final 10th / 10e 1987 FIFA U-19s 1987-10-12 Concepcion, CHI Estadio, att. 13,500 CAN 9’ James Grimes 0-1 CAN 44’ Domenic Mobilio 0-2 ITA 50’ Stefano Impallomeni (PK) 1-2 ITA 82’ Alessandro Melli 2-2 1987-10-15 Concepcion, CHI Estadio, att. 5,000 NGA 5’ Ene Effa Okon 0-1 CAN 6’ Steve Jansen 1-1 NGA 44’ Adeolu Adekola 1-2 CAN 88’ Billy Domazetis 2-2 1987-10-17 Concepcion, CHI Estadio, att. 8,000 BRA 82’ Andre Cruz (FK) 0-1

GROUP / GROUPE B canm19 D 2:2 ITA

canm19 D 2:2 NGA

canm19 L 0:1 BRA

1988-89 CANADA m16-m19 1988 CONCACAF UNDER-19 1988 Concacaf Under-19 Championship in Guatemala Championnat U-19 de la Concacaf, Guatemala 1988 Coach / entraîneur Frank Donlavey 1990 CONCACAF U-20s 1988-04-10 Mazatenango, GUA CUB 83’ ? 0-1 1988-04-12 Mazatenango, GUA CAN 82’ Stan Siorovigas 1-0 CAN 85’ Carl Fletcher 2-0 CAN 90’ Steven MacDonald 3-0 1988-04-14 Mazatenango, GUA BER 55’ ? 0-1 CAN 75’ Paul Peschisolido 1-1 1988-04-16 Mazatenango, GUA CAN 50’ Paul Peschisolido 1-0 CAN 60’ Eddy Berdusco 2-0 MEX 81’ ? 2-1 MEX 90’ ? (PK) 2-2

6th / 6e

Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE canm19 L 0:1 CUB canm19 W 3:0 ANT

canm19 D 1:1 BER canm19 D 2:2 MEX

1988 CONCACAF UNDER-16 1988 Concacaf Under-16 Championship in Trinidad & Tobago Championnat U-16 de la Concacaf, Trinidad / Tobago 1988 Coach / entraîneur Bert Goldberger Place : 3rd / 3e Canada qualified for the FIFA U-16 World Tournament / le Canada se qualifie pour le Tournoi Mondiale U-16 de la FIFA 1988 CONCACAF U-16s (2x 40min) Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE B 1988-11-13 San Fernando, TRI canm16 W 3:1 SLV SLV 12’ ? (PK) 0-1 CAN 48’ Eric Puig 1-1 (a. Fermanis) CAN 55’ Kevin Degabriele 2-1 (a. Gibbons) CAN 79’ Davor Cepo 3-1 (a. Puig) 1988-11-15 San Fernando, TRI canm16 W 2:1 CRC CAN 2’ Jason Gibbons 1-0 (a. Puig) CAN 5’ Kevin Degabriele 2-0 CRC 39’ ? (PK) 2-1


1989 FIFA U-17 WORLD CUP FIFA U-16 World Tournament Scotland 1989 Tournoi Mondiale U-16 de la FIFA, Écosse 1989 Coach / entraîneur Bert Goldberger

Final 16th / 16e

1989 FIFA U-16s (2x 40min) GROUP / GROUPE C 1989-07-10 Dundee, SCO canm16 L 0:4 NGA Dens Park, att. 5,000 NGA 27’ Kayode Keshiro 0-1 NGA 56’ Babajide Oguntunase 0-2 NGA 75’ Kayode Keshiro 0-3 NGA 78’ Victor Ikpeba 0-4 1989-07-12 Dundee, SCO canm16 L 0:1 CHN Dens Park, 6,000 CHN 34’ Feng Gao 0-1 1989-07-14 Dundee, SCO canm16 L 1:4 ARG Dens Park, 6,000 ARG 9’ Claudio Paris 0-1 CAN 19’ ARG own goal / but contre son camp 1-1 (o.g. Medero) ARG 38’ Jose Castro 1-2 ARG 40’ Diego Castagno 1-3 ARG 74’ Gabriel D’Ascanio 1-4

1990-91 CANADA m17-m20 1990 CONCACAF UNDER-20 1990 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in Guatemala Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Guatemala 1990 Coach / entraîneur Frank Donlavey

5th / 5e

1990 CONCACAF U-20s Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE B 1990-04-30 Mazatenango, GUA canm20 D 0:0 TRI 1990-05-04 Mazatenango, GUA canm20 W 1:0 SLV CAN 5’ Tom Kouzmanis 1-0 (a. Fletcher) Red card / carton rouge SLV

1991 CONCACAF UNDER-17 1991 Concacaf Under-17 Championship in Trinidad & Tobago Championnat U-17 de la Concacaf, Trinidad / Tobago 1991 Coach / entraîneur Bert Goldberger Final 6th / 6e 1991 CONCACAF U-17s (2x 40min) Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE C 1991-03-23 Arima, TRI canm17 W 1:0 PAN CAN 78’ Damian Puranda 1-0 1991-03-25 Palo Seco, TRI canm17 D 0:0 ANT 1991-03-27 Port of Spain, TRI canm17 L 0:1 TRI TRI Mickey Trotman 0-1

1991 PAN AM U-18s 1991-08-05 Habana, CUB CAN Niall Thompson HON ? HON ? HON ? 1991-08-07 Habana, CUB USA 30’ Steve Snow (PK) 0-1 CAN 57’ Troy Wood 1-1 (a. Primiani) USA 62’ Steve Snow 1-2 (a. Allnutt) USA 85’ Cobi Jones 1-3 1991-08-09 Habana, CUB SUR 5’ Stephen Moor 0-1 SUR 22’ Rolando Grando 0-2 SUR 34’ Stephen Moor 0-3 CAN 52’ Carmine d’Onofrio 1-3

GROUP / GROUPE B canm18 L 1:3 HON

canm18 L 1:3 USA

canm18 L 1:3 SUR

1992 CANADA OLY 1991 CONCACAF UNDER-23 1991 Concacaf Olympic Qualifiers Qualification olympique de la Concacaf, 1991 Coach / entraîneur Tony Waiters 1991 CONCACAF U-23s Rd 3 - GROUP / GROUPE B 1991-05-05 Burnaby, BC, CAN canm23 W 3:0 TRI CAN 36’ Scott Munson (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Peschisolido) CAN 41’ Scott Macey 2-0 CAN 88’ Paul Peschisolido 3-0 1991-05-12 San Salvador, SLV canm23 L 1:3 SLV CAN 60’ Mike Mosher 1-0 SLV 67’ Raul Diaz Arce 1-1 SLV 76’ Guillermo Rivera 1-2 Red card / carton rouge 81’ Steven MacDonald Red card / carton rouge 81’ SLV Sergio Alvares SLV 85’ Renderos Iraheta 1-3 1991-05-19 Port of Spain, TRI canm23 W 3:1 TRI CAN 2’ Scott Munson 1-0 CAN 23’ Scott Munson 2-0 CAN 28’ Scott Munson 3-0 TRI 60’ Dwight Yorke 3-1 1991-08-31 Burnaby, BC, CAN canm23 W 4:0 SLV CAN 9’ Paul Fenwick 1-0 (a. Mosher) CAN 26’ SLV own goal / but contre son camp 2-0 (o.g.) CAN 28’ Grant Needham 3-0 Red card / carton rouge 34’ Guillermo Rivera CAN 53’ Grant Needham 4-0

1992 CONCACAF UNDER-23 1992 Concacaf Olympic Qualifiers Qualification olympique de la Concacaf, 1992 Coach / entraîneur Tony Waiters 1992 CONCACAF U-23s 1992-04-05 Burnaby, BC, CAN MEX 51’ Agustin Morales 0-1 CAN 65’ Scott Munson 1-1 1992-04-12 Burnaby, BC, CAN

CANADA SOCCER

1991 Pan American Games / Jeux panaméricains, Cuba 1991 Coach / entraîneur Frank Donlavey Canada U-18 v Honduras U-23, USA U-23, Suriname U-23

CANADA MNT+

1988 CONCACAF U-16s (2x 40min) FINAL / GROUPE FINALE 1988-11-23 Port of Spain, TRI canm16 W 2:1 USA USA 5’ Anthony Wood CAN 52’ Sam Grewal (a. Fermanis) CAN 77’ Jason Gibbons 1988-11-25 Port of Spain, TRI canm16 D 0:0 TRI Qualified for Scotland / qualifié pour l’ Écosse 1989 1988-11-27 Port of Spain, TRI canm16 L 0:4 CUB CUB Baez CUB Rosette CUB Alvarez CUB Sanchez

1991 PAN AMERICAN GAMES

GROUP / GROUPE FINALE canm23 D 1:1 MEX canm23 D 2:2 HON

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FUTSAL - PARA

canm16 D 0:0 JAM canm16 D 0:0 CUB

CANADA WNT

San Fernando, TRI San Fernando, TRI

HALL of FAME

1988-11-17 1988-11-19


CAN 33’ Carlo Corazzin 1-0 HON 43’ Cesar Obando 1-1 CAN 65’ Scott Munson 2-1 HON 69’ Jose Luis Aguirre 2-2 1992-04-21 México, DF, MEX canm23 MEX 18’ Agustin Morales 0-1 MEX 39’ Mario Arteaga 0-2 CAN 44’ Grant Needham 1-2 MEX 77’ Francisco Rottlan 1-3 MEX 90’ Francisco Rottlan 1-4 1992-04-26 San Pedro Sula, HON canm23 HON 3’ Wilmer Velasquez 0-1 Red card / carton rouge 67’ Gary Kern Y2R 1992-05-10 Bloomington, ID, USA canm23 USA 53’ Steve Snow 0-1 CAN 61’ Carlo Corazzin 1-1 USA 66’ Steve Snow 1-2 USA 71’ Claudio Reyna 1-3 1992-05-17 Saint John, NB, CAN canm23 CAN 67’ Paul Peschisolido 1-0 (a. Fenwick) CAN 80’ Paul Peschisolido 2-0 USA 82’ Yari Allnutt 1-2

Canada qualified for the FIFA U-17 World Cup / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde U-17 de la FIFA, Japon 1993 L 1:4 MEX

L 0:1 HON L 1:3 USA

W 2:1 USA

1992-93 CANADA m17-m20 1992 CONCACAF UNDER-20 1992 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in Canada Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Canada 1992 Coach / entraîneur Frank Donlavey Stadium / Stade : Swangard Stadium

3rd / 3e

1992 CONCACAF U-20s Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE A 1992-05-03 Burnaby, BC, CAN canm20 W 4:2 GLP CAN 18’ Troy Wood 1-0 (a. Thompson) CAN 23’ Brian Ashton 2-0 (a. Thompson) CAN 30’ Troy Wood 3-0 (a. d’Onofrio) CAN 54’ Niall Thompson 4-0 GLP 64’ Hubert Denys 4-1 GLP 77’ Hubert Denys 4-2 1992-05-07 Burnaby, BC, CAN canm20 W 5:1 CUB CUB 24’ Luis Marten 0-1 CAN 32’ Troy Wood 1-1 (a. Thompson) CAN 35’ Troy Wood (head / tête) 2-1 (a. Thompson) CAN 45’ Linus Rhode 3-1 CAN 49’ Giuliano Oliveiro 4-1 CAN 78’ Niall Thompson 5-1 (a. Ashton) 1992 CONCACAF U-20s FINAL GROUP / GROUPE FINALE 1992-05-10 Burnaby, BC, CAN canm20 W 1:0 HON CAN 16’ Niall Thompson (PK) 1-0 1992-05-12 Burnaby, BC, CAN canm20 D 1:1 MEX MEX 11’ Joel Sanchez 0-1 Red card / carton rouge 12’ MEX R. Castrejon CAN 13’ Niall Thompson (PK) 1-1 1992-05-14 Burnaby, BC, CAN canm20 L 1:2 USA CAN 13’ Niall Thompson (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Franks) USA 49’ Clint Peay 1-1 Red card / carton rouge 58’ Imad Baba Y2R USA 82’ Matt McKeon (FK) 1-2

1992 CONCACAF UNDER-17 1992 Concacaf Under-17 Championship in Cuba Championnat U-17 de la Concacaf, Cuba 1992 Coach / entraîneur Bert Goldberger

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Final 3rd / 3e

1992 CONCACAF U-17s GROUP / GROUPE A 1992-08-12 Santiago, CUB canm17 W 6:0 CAY CAN Agostino Vaglica 1-0 CAN Agostino Vaglica 2-0 (a. Stathopoulos) CAN Alvin Clyne 3-0 (a. DiPlacido) CAN Nevio Pizzolitto (PK) 4-0 CAN Agostino Vaglica 5-0 (a. Aristodemo) CAN Pepsi Sarai (PK) 6-0 1992-08-14 Santiago, CUB canm17 W 2:0 CUB CAN 19’ Alvin Clyne 1-0 CAN 64’ Robbie Aristodemo 2-0 1992-08-16 Santiago, CUB canm17 W 8:0 PAN CAN 12’ Paul Stalteri 1-0 CAN Chris Stathopoulos 2-0 CAN Chris Stathopoulos 3-0 CAN Agostino Vaglica 4-0 (a. Clarke) CAN Agostino Vaglica 5-0 (a. Clarke) CAN Jeff Clarke 6-0 CAN Agostino Vaglica 7-0 CAN Agostino Vaglica 8-0 1992 CONCACAF U-17s FINAL GROUP / GROUPE FINALE 1992-08-19 Santiago, CUB canm17 W 3:0 CUB CAN Chris Stathopoulos 1-0 (a. Vaglica) CAN Agostino Vaglica 2-0 (a. Aristodemo) CAN Agostino Vaglica 3-0 (a. Stalteri) 1992-08-21 Santiago, CUB canm17 L 0:1 USA USA 17’ Shockley 0-1 1992-08-23 Santiago, CUB canm17 D 0:0 MEX Qualified for Japan / qualifié pour le Japon 1993

1993 FIFA U-17 WORLD CUP FIFA U-17 World Championship Japan 1993 Championnat Mondiale U-17 de la FIFA, Japon 1993 Coach / entraîneur Bert Goldberger Final 16th / 16e 1993 FIFA U-17s (2x 40min) 1993-08-22 Nagoya, JPN Stadium, att. 7,952 NGA 1’ Nwankwo Kanu 0-1 NGA 24’ Nwankwo Kanu 0-2 NGA 36’ Peter Anosike 0-3 NGA 43’ Ibrahim Babangida 0-4 NGA 65’ Nwankwo Kanu 0-5 NGA 68’ Peter Anosike 0-6 NGA 76’ Festus Odini 0-7 NGA 77’ Ibrahim Babangida 0-8 1993-08-24 Nagoya, JPN Stadium, att. 6,810 AUS 5’ Jonothan Carter 0-1 AUS 12’ Jonothan Carter 0-2 AUS 48’ Paul Bilokapic 0-3 AUS 55’ Paul Bilokapic 0-4 AUS 68’ Nick Bosevski 0-5 1993-08-26 Gifu, JPN Stadium, att. 5,732 ARG 13’ Rodrigo Vilarino 0-1 ARG 24’ Federico Dominguez 0-2 ARG 33’ Andres Grande 0-3 ARG 61’ Leonardo Biagini 0-4 ARG 70’ Roberto Cantoro 0-5

GROUP / GROUPE B canm17 L 0:8 NGA

canm17 L 0:5 AUS

canm17 L 0:5 ARG


canm23 W 5:2 GNB

1994 CONCACAF UNDER-20 1994 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in Honduras Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Honduras 1994 Coach / entraîneur Bruce Twamley

3rd / 3e

1994 CONCACAF U-20s GROUP / GROUPE A 1994-08-18 Tegucigalpa, HON canm20 W 7:0 BLZ CAN 8’ Tony Capasso (PK) 1-0 CAN 15’ Martin Nash 2-0 CAN 28’ Davide Xausa 3-0 CAN 33’ Martin Nash 4-0 CAN 40’ Nevio Pizzolitto 5-0 CAN 59’ Tony Capasso 6-0 CAN 68’ Carmen Allegranza 7-0 1994-08-20 Tegucigalpa, HON canm20 L 2:3 HON HON 37’ Medina 0-1 HON 45’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-2 (o.g.) CAN 48’ David Xausa 1-2 HON 65’ Bailey 1-3 CAN 72’ Martin Nash 2-3 1994-08-22 Tegucigalpa, HON canm20 W 4:0 MTQ CAN 7’ Davide Xausa 1-0 CAN 64’ Martin Nash 2-0 CAN 70’ Kurt Bosch 3-0 CAN 85’ Jim Brennan 4-0 1994 CONCACAF U-20s FINAL GROUP / GROUPE FINALE 1994-08-24 San Pedro Sula, HON canm20 L 2:4 CRC CAN 7’ Justin Thompson 1-0 CAN 18’ Davide Xausa 2-0 CRC ?? 2-1 CRC ?? 2-2 CRC ?? 2-3 CRC ?? 2-4 1994-08-26 San Pedro Sula, HON canm20 L 1:2 HON CAN 59’ Davide Xausa HON ?? HON ?? 1994-08-28 Tegucigalpa, HON canm20 W 2:1 SLV CAN 22’ Nevio Pizzolitto 0-1 CAN 31’ Nevio Pizzolitto 1-1 SLV 43’ Alvarado 2-1

1994 CONCACAF U-17s FINAL GROUP / GROUPE FINALE 1994-11-09 San Salvador, SLV canm17 W 1:0 MEX CAN 30’ Jahmo Welsch 1-0 1994-11-11 San Salvador, SLV canm17 L 0:1 USA USA 78’ ? 0-1 1994-11-13 San Salvador, SLV canm17 L 1:3 CRC CRC 17’ ? 0-1 CRC 40’ ? 0-2 CRC 53’ ? 0-3 CAN 63’ Roberto Sorello 1-3 Qualified for Ecuador / qualifié pour l’Ecuador 1995

1994 PAN AMERICAN QUALIFIERS

CANADA SOCCER

GROUP / GROUPE C canm23 L 1:3 EGY

CANADA MNT+

1994 FRANCOPHONIE U-23 1994-07-05 Paris, FRA CAN Chris Franks EGY EGY EGY 1994-07-09 Paris, FRA CAN Chris Franks CAN Marco Tremarco CAN David Elligott CAN Troy Wood CAN Linus Rhode GNB GNB

FUTSAL - PARA

Jeux de la francophonie, France 1994 Coach / entraîneur Alan Errington

1994 Concacaf Under-17 Championship in El Salvador Championnat U-17 de la Concacaf, Salvador 1994 Coach / entraîneur Tony Taylor Final 3rd / 3e Canada qualified for the FIFA U-17 World Cup Ecuador 1995 / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde U-17 de la FIFA, Ecuador 1995 1994 CONCACAF U-17s Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE A 1994-11-02 San Salvador, SLV canm17 W 10:0 NCA CAN 10’ Danley Johnson 1-0 CAN 21’ Jahmo Welsch 2-0 CAN 30’ Roberto Sorello 3-0 CAN 39’ Roberto Sorello 4-0 CAN 40’ Eddie McMillan 5-0 CAN 41’ Danley Johnson 6-0 CAN 54’ Jahmo Welsch 7-0 CAN 60’ Jahmo Welsch 8-0 CAN 63’ Paul Hayward 9-0 CAN 69’ Paul Hayward 10-0 1994-11-05 San Salvador, SLV canm17 W 2:0 JAM CAN 47’ Brad Parker 1-0 CAN 61’ Danley Johnson 2-0 1994-11-06 San Salvador, SLV canm17 W 2:0 SLV CAN 83’ Jahmo Welsch 1-0 CAN 87’ Roberto Sorello 2-0

Pan American Qualifiers / Qualification pour les jeux panaméricains Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi 1994 PAN AM U-23s CANADA VS 1994-12-02 Kingston, JAM canm23 D 0:0 BER 1994-12-04 Kingston, JAM canm23 L 0:2 BER Red card / carton rouge 52’ David Elligott BER 53’ Raymond Lightbourne 0-1 BER 77’ Kevin Jennings 0-2

1995 FIFA U-17 WORLD CUP FIFA U-17 World Championship Ecuador 1995 Championnat Mondiale U-17 de la FIFA, Ecuador 1995 Coach / entraîneur Tony Taylor Final 16th / 16e 1995 FIFA U-17s GROUP / GROUPE D 1995-08-04 Ibarra, ECU canm17 L 1:2 OMA Estadio Olímpico de Ibarra, att. 16,000 OMA 43’ Mohamed Al Kathiri (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Al Siyabi) OMA 62’ Mohamed Al Kathiri (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-2 CAN 70’ Patrice Bernier (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Sorella) 1995-08-06 Ibarra, ECU canm17 L 0:3 GER Estadio Olímpico de Ibarra, att. 10,000 GER 23’ Damian Brezina (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Timm FK) GER 68’ Timo Rost (head / tête) 0-2 (a. Brezina) GER 73’ Alexander Bugera (left / gauche) 0-3 (a. Timm) Red card / carton rouge 82’ Mark Smith

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CANADA WNT

1994 JEUX DE LA FRANCOPHONIE

1994 CONCACAF UNDER-17

HALL of FAME

1994-95 CANADA m17-m23


1995-08-09 Ibarra, ECU canm17 L 0:2 BRA Estadio Olímpico de Ibarra, att. 9,000 BRA 2’ Bel (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Fabio Aurelio CK) BRA 46’ Eduardo (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Marco Antonio)

1996 CANADA OLY 1996 CONCACAF UNDER-23 1996 Concacaf Olympic Qualifiers Qualification olympique de la Concacaf, 1996 Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi 1996 CONCACAF U-23s FINAL GROUP / GROUPE FINALE 1996-05-10 Edmonton, AB, CAN canm23 W 3:0 JAM Commonwealth Stadium, att. 7,029 CAN 9’ Jason deVos 1-0 CAN 41’ Martin Nash 2-0 CAN 84’ Niall Thompson 3-0 1996-05-13 Edmonton, AB, CAN canm23 D 0:0 TRI Commonwealth Stadium, att. 4,952 1996-05-15 Edmonton, AB, CAN canm23 W 4:2 SLV Commonwealth Stadium, att. 4,818 CAN 12’ Jason deVos 1-0 SLV 19’ Adonay Martinez 1-1 CAN 20’ Davide Xausa 2-1 CAN 44’ Martin Nash (right / droit) 3-1 SLV 45’ Cristian Lopez 3-2 CAN 53’ Niall Thompson 4-2 1996-05-17 Edmonton, AB, CAN canm23 D 0:0 CRC Commonwealth Stadium, att. 8,831 1996-05-19 Edmonton, AB, CAN canm23 L 0:1 MEX Commonwealth Stadium, att. 19,401 MEX 62’ Enrique Alfaro

1996 OLYMPIC QUALIFIERS 1996 Concacaf/Asia Olympic Qualifiers Qualification olympique (Concacaf/Asie), 1996 Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi 1996 CONCACAF/AFC PLAYOFF CONCACAF-AFC 1996-05-26 Edmonton, AB, CAN canm23 D 2:2 AUS Commonwealth Stadium, att. 13,049 CAN 21’ Davide Xausa 1-0 AUS 31’ Mark Viduka 1-1 AUS 53’ Mark Viduka 1-2 CAN 88’ Davide Xausa 2-2 1996-06-02 Sydney, AUS canm23 L 0:5 AUS Sydney Stadium, att. 25,809 AUS 16’ Hayden Foxe 0-1 AUS 58’ Goran Lozanovski 0-2 AUS 82’ Mark Viduka 0-3 AUS 85’ Paul Agostino 0-4 AUS 87’ Kevin Muscat 0-5

1996-97 CANADA m17-m23 1996 CONCACAF UNDER-20 1996 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in Mexico Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Mexico 1996 Coach / entraîneur Bruce Twamley Champion Canada qualified for the FIFA World Youth Championship / Le Canada se qualifie pour le Championnat du Monde Juniors de la FIFA

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1996 CONCACAF U-20s Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE C 1996-04-15 Saltillo, CO, MEX canm20 W 1:0 TRI CAN 40’ Eric Muñoz 1-0 (a. Kindel) 1996-04-17 Saltillo, CO, MEX canm20 W 3:0 NCA CAN 57’ Dwayne De Rosario 1-0 CAN 67’ Jason Jordan 2-0 CAN 85’ Dwayne De Rosario 3-0 1996-04-19 Saltillo, CO, MEX canm20 W 2:0 CRC CAN 72’ Steve Kindel 1-0 CAN 76’ Steve Kindel 2-0 1996 CONCACAF U-20s FINAL GROUP / GROUPE FINALE 1996-04-21 Saltillo, CO, MEX canm20 D 2:2 MEX MEX 55’ Nestor Gutierrez 0-1 CAN 57’ Dwayne De Rosario 1-1 MEX 75’ Juan Rodriguez (head / tête) 1-2 CAN 87’ Steve Kindel 2-2 1996-04-23 Saltillo, CO, MEX canm20 W 2:0 USA CAN 81’ Dwayne De Rosario 1-0 CAN 83’ Jason Jordan 2-0 Qualified for Malaysia / qualifié pour la Malaisie 1996-04-25 Canada won the Championship / gagne le Championnat

1996 CONCACAF UNDER-17 1996 Concacaf Under-17 Championship in Trinidad & Tobago Championnat U-17 de la Concacaf, Trinidad / Tobago 1996 Coach / entraîneur Tony Taylor Final 4th / 4e 1996 CONCACAF U-17s 1996-08-18 Port of Spain, TRI CAN 12’ Roberto Ruggiero 1-0 CAN 27’ Jason Alvarez 2-0 1996-08-20 Port of Spain, TRI CAN 10’ Jason Alvarez 1-0 CAN 36’ Struan Howes 2-0 CAN 53’ Kevin De Serpa 3-0 ANT 65’ ?? 3-1 1996-08-22 Port of Spain, TRI CAN 30’ Tim Taylor 1-0 TRI 61’ ?? (PK) 1-1

Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE C canm17 W 2:0 SLV canm17 W 3:1 ANT

canm17 D 1:1

TRI

1996 CONCACAF U-17s FINAL GROUP / GROUPE FINALE 1996-08-26 Port of Spain, TRI canm17 L 1:3 CRC CRC 25’ Esteban Santana 0-1 CRC 35’ Esteban Santana 0-2 CAN 50’ Kevin De Serpa 1-2 CRC 75’ Erick Lopez 1-3 1996-08-28 Port of Spain, TRI canm17 L 0:2 USA USA ?? 0-1 USA ?? 0-2 1996-08-31 Port of Spain, TRI canm17 L 0:1 MEX MEX 80’ Enrique Arce Ruiz 0-1

1997 FIFA U-20 WORLD CUP FIFA World Youth Championship Malaysia 1997 Championnat du Monde Juniors de la FIFA, Malaisie 1997 Coach / entraîneur Bruce Twamley Place : 13th / 13e 1997 FIFA U-20s GROUP / GROUPE E 1997-06-18 Kangar, MAS canm20 D 0:0 AUS Stadium Utama Kangar, att. 13,000 1997-06-20 Kangar, MAS canm20 L 1:2 ARG Stadium Utama Kangar, att. 12,000 ARG 32’ Bernardo Romeo (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Aimar) CAN 43’ Jason Bent (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Stalteri) ARG 65’ Juan Riquelme (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-2 1997-06-23 Kangar, MAS canm20 W 2:1 HUN


canm20 D 0:0 CGO canm20 L 0:2 BEN

1997 FRANCOPHONIE U-20 PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 1997-09-04 Antananarivo, MAD canm20 W 1:0 CMR (SEMI / DEMI) att. 35,000 CAN Vladimir Edouard 1-0 (a. Grande) 1997-09-06 Antananarivo, MAD canm20 D 0:0 CGO (FINAL / FINALE) att. 40,000 Canada wins 3-2 on kicks / le Canada gagne 3-2 aux tirs Canada wins Francophone Games / Canada gagne les Jeux de la francophonie

1998-99 CANADA m17-m23 1998 CONCACAF UNDER-20 1998 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in Trinidad & Tobago Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Trinidad & Tobago 1998 Coach / entraîneur Paul James Group A 3rd / A-3e Stadium / Stade : UVic Centennial Stadium 1998 CONCACAF U-20s Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE B 1998-08-05 Port of Spain, TRI canm20 W 3:1 TRI CAN Patrice Bernier CAN Kevin De Serpa CAN Antonio Ribeiro TRI ?? 1998-08-07 Port of Spain, TRI canm20 L 1:5 USA USA 21’ Chris Albright 0-1 USA 26’ Jamar Beasley 0-2 USA 41’ Nick Garcia 0-3 CAN 47’ Kevin De Serpa 1-3 USA 50’ Nick Garcia 1-4 USA 56’ Chris Albright 1-5 Red card / carton rouge Alfredeo Valente 1998-08-09 Port of Spain, TRI canm20 L 0:1 CRC CRC Jose Ugarte 0-1

1999 CONCACAF UNDER-17 1999 Concacaf Under-17 Championship in El Salvador Championnat U-17 de la Concacaf, Salvador 1999 Coach / entraîneur Otmane Ibrir Group B 3rd / B-3e

1999 PAN AMERICAN GAMES 1999 Pan American Games / Jeux panaméricains, Canada 1999 Coach / entraîneur Bruce Twamley 1999 PAN AM U-23s 1999-07-24 Winnipeg, MB, CAN CAN 34’ Dwayne De Rosario 1-0 CRC 75’ Steven Bryce 1-1 1999-07-26 Winnipeg, MB, CAN CAN 39’ Dwayne De Rosario 1-0 CAN 71’ Dwayne De Rosario 2-0 1999-07-28 Winnipeg, MB, CAN CAN 32’ Steve Kindel 1-0 CAN 67’ Jason Mathot (PK) 2-0 GUA 90’ Olivier Carias 1999-08-01 Winnipeg, MB, CAN MEX 0-1 MEX 0-2

GROUP / GROUPE A canm23 D 1:1 CRC canm23 W 2:0

CANADA SOCCER

GROUP / GROUPE A canm20 W 2:0 NIG

CANADA MNT+

1997 FRANCOPHONIE U-20 1997-08-29 Antananarivo, MAD CAN 65’ Chris Clarke 1-0 (a. Edouard) CAN 75’ Danley Johnson 2-0 1997-08-31 Antananarivo, MAD 1997-09-02 Antananarivo, MAD BEN 100’ e.t. 0-1 BEN e.t. 0-2

Champion

TRI

canm23 W 2:1 GUA

canm23 L 0:2 MEX

1999 PAN AM U-23s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 1999-08-03 Winnipeg, MB, CAN canm23 L 0:2 HON (SEMI / DEMI) Winnipeg Soccer Complex HON 74’ Danilo Turcios (right / droit) 0-1 HON 90’ Luis Ramirez (right / droit) 0-2 1999-08-05 Winnipeg, MB, CAN canm23 L 1:2 USA (MATCH 3rd-4th / 3e-4e) Winnipeg Soccer Complex USA 6’ Carlos Bocanegra 0-1 USA 59’ Landon Donovan 0-2 CAN 84’ Chris Pozniak 1-2

2000 CANADA OLY

FUTSAL - PARA

Jeux de la francophonie, Niger 1997 Coach / entraîneur Bruce Twamley

CANADA WNT

1997 JEUX DE LA FRANCOPHONIE

1999 CONCACAF U-17s GROUP / GROUPE B 1999-02-10 San Salvador, SLV canm17 L 0:4 MEX MEX 16’ Hector Vallejo 0-1 Red card / carton rouge 61’ Stalin Junior Cardenas MEX 68’ Andres Estrada (PK) 0-2 MEX 78’ Aaron Galindo 0-3 MEX 83’ Omar Aguayo 0-4 1999-02-12 San Salvador, SLV canm17 L 0:2 SLV SLV 60’ Eliseo Quintanilla 0-1 SLV 81’ Eliseo Quintanilla 0-2 Red card / carton rouge 84’ Miles O’Connor 1999-02-14 San Salvador, SLV canm17 W 6:0 TRI CAN 39’ Iain Hume 1-0 CAN 53’ Bara Obeidat 2-0 CAN 82’ Eric Cesari 3-0 CAN 83’ Eric Cesari 4-0 CAN 88’ Iain Hume 5-0 CAN 90’ Eric Cesari 6-0

2000 CONCACAF UNDER-23 2000 Concacaf Olympic Qualifiers Qualification olympique de la Concacaf, 2000 Coach / entraîneur Bruce Twamley 2000 CONCACAF U-23s Rd 1 - GROUP / GROUPE A 2000-03-21 Port of Spain, TRI canm23 D 0:0 GUA 2000-03-23 Port of Spain, TRI canm23 W 1:0 ANT CAN 55’ Paul Stalteri 1-0 2000-03-25 Port of Spain, TRI canm23 W 2:0 TRI CAN 33’ Steve Kindel 1-0 Red card / carton rouge 87’ Brent Sancho CAN 88’ Paul Stalteri 2-0

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HALL of FAME

Stadium Utama Kangar, att. 4,000 HUN 3’ Attila Szili (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-1 CAN 6’ Dwayne De Rosario (right / droit) 1-1 CAN 64’ Steve Kindel (left / gauche) 2-1 (a. De Rosario) 1997 FIFA U-20s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 1997-06-26 Kuantan, MAS canm20 L 0:2 ESP (R16) Darul Makmur Stadium, att. 9,000 ESP 74’ Deus (left / gauche) 0-1 ESP 88’ Rivera (right foot) 0-2


2000 CONCACAF U-23s Rd 2 - GROUP / GROUPE D 2000-04-23 Hershey, PA, USA canm23 L 0:2 HON HON 33’ Hesler Phillips 0-1 Red card / carton rouge 75’ Jason Mathot HON 90’+1 Luis Ramirez 0-2 2000-04-25 Hershey, PA, USA canm23 D 0:0 USA Red card / carton rouge 45’ Steve Kindel Red card / carton rouge 45’ USA Brian Dunseth

2000-01 CANADA m17-m23 2001 CONCACAF UNDER-20 2001 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in Canada Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Canada 2001 Coach / entraîneur Paul James Group A 1st / A-1e Stadium / Stade : UVic Centennial Stadium Canada qualified for the FIFA World Youth Championship Argentina 2001 / Le Canada se qualifie pour le Championnat du Monde Juniors de la FIFA, Argentine 2001 2001 CONCACAF U-20s GROUP / GROUPE A 2001-02-28 Victoria, BC, CAN canm20 W 1:0 HON CAN 9’ Julian de Guzman (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Gerba) 2001-03-02 Victoria, BC, CAN canm20 W 1:0 MEX CAN 20’ Julian de Guzman (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Hume) Red card / carton rouge 85’ Horacio Cervantes 2001-03-04 Victoria, BC, CAN canm20 D 0:0 JAM Qualified for Argentina / qualifié pour l’Argentine 2001

2001 CONCACAF UNDER-17 2001 Concacaf Under-17 Championship in USA Championnat U-17 de la Concacaf, USA 2001 Coach / entraîneur Otmane Ibrir Group A 2nd / A-2e Group A MVP / meilleur joueur Groupe A Wyn Belotte 2001 CONCACAF U-17s GROUP / GROUPE A 2001-04-18 St. Louis, MO, USA canm17 D 1:1 SLV CAN 20’ SLV own goal / but contre son camp 1-0 (o.g.) Red card / carton rouge 35’ Sita Taty Matondo SLV 46’ Jose Ochoa 1-1 2001-04-20 St. Louis, MO, USA canm17 L 2:4 USA USA 14’ Eddie Johnson 0-1 CAN 32’ Wyn Belotte 1-1 USA 63’ Craig Capano 1-2 USA 63’ Eddie Johnson 1-3 USA 69’ Chris Lancos 1-4 CAN 77’ Wyn Belotte 2-4 2001-04-22 St. Louis, MO, USA canm17 W 3:0 JAM CAN 56’ Wyn Belotte 1-0 CAN 59’ Sita Taty Matondo 2-0 CAN 78’ Wyn Belotte 3-0 Red card / carton rouge 89’ Ramon Dee Bailey

2001 FIFA U-20 WORLD CUP FIFA World Youth Championship Argentina 2001 Championnat du Monde Juniors de la FIFA, Argentine 2001 Coach / entraîneur Paul James Place : 24th / 24e 2001 FIFA U-20s GROUP / GROUPE B 2001-06-17 Cordoba, ARG canm20 L 0:3 IRQ Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes, att. 5,100 IRQ 21’ Emad Ridha (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Abdul Amir) IRQ 33’ Aldeen Tahir Salah (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Khudair)

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IRQ 43’ Ammar Hanoosh (left / gauche) 0-3 2001-06-20 Cordoba, ARG canm20 L 0:4 GER Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes, att. 1,000 GER 18’ Benjamin Auer (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Zepek) GER 67’ Benjamin Auer (left / gauche) 0-2 (a. Preuss) GER 70’ Benjamin Auer (body / corps) 0-3 (a. Preuss) GER 88’ Christoph Preuss (head / tête) 0-4 (a. Gemiti CK) 2001-06-23 Cordoba, ARG canm20 L 0:2 BRA Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes, att. 1,500 BRA 21’ Adriano (left / gauche) 0-1 (rebound / rebonde) BRA 65’ Robert (left / gauche) 0-2

2001 JEUX DE LA FRANCOPHONIE Jeux de la francophonie, Ottawa-Hull 2001 Coach / entraîneur Paul James Stadiums / stades : U. Ottawa and Frank Clair Stadium 2001 FRANCOPHONIE U-23 GROUP / GROUPE B 2001-07-13 Ottawa, ON, CAN canm23 L 0:1 GAB GAB 8’ Lary Evrard 0-1 2001-07-15 Ottawa, ON, CAN canm23 L 1:2 EGY EGY 21’ Ahmed Belal 0-1 EGY 50’ Ahmed Belal 0-2 CAN 63’ Rob Friend 1-2 2001-07-17 Ottawa, ON, CAN canm23 W 4:0 BUL CAN 22’ Rob Friend (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Simpson) CAN 26’ Rob Friend (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Williams) CAN 45’ Gaspare Borsellino 3-0 CAN 57’ Gaspare Borsellino 4-0 2001 FRANCOPHONIE U-23 PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2001-07-19 Ottawa, ON, CAN canm23 D 2:2 FRA (QF) Frank Clair Stadium, att. 16,000 CAN 30’ Sean Fraser 1-0 (a. Friend) FRA 39’ Fidani 1-1 FRA 48’ Fidani 1-2 CAN 54’ Rob Friend 2-2

2002-03 CANADA m17-m20 2002 CONCACAF UNDER-20 2002 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in USA Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, USA 2002 Coach / entraîneur Dale Mitchell Group B 1st / B-1e Canada qualified for the FIFA World Youth Championship / le Canada se qualifie pour le Championnat du Monde Juniors de la FIFA 2002 CONCACAF U-20s GROUP / GROUPE B 2002-11-13 Charleston, SC, USA canm20 W 2:0 SLV CAN 45’+ Elliott Godfrey 1-0 CAN 54’ Wyn Belotte 2-0 2002-11-15 Charleston, SC, USA canm20 D 0:0 HAI 2002-11-17 Charleston, SC, USA canm20 W 3:2 USA CAN 55’ Iain Hume 1-0 CAN 70’ Chris Lemire 2-0 CAN 71’ Iain Hume 3-0 USA 73’ Frank Simek 3-1 USA 76’ Eddie Johnson 3-2 Qualified for UAE / qualifié pour les EAU 2003

2003 CONCACAF UNDER-17 2003 Concacaf Under-17 Championship in Canada Championnat U-17 de la Concacaf, Canada 2003


2003 FIFA U-20 WORLD CUP FIFA World Youth Championship UAE 2003 Championnat du Monde Juniors de la FIFA, EAU 2003 Coach / entraîneur Dale Mitchell Place : 8th / 8e All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Iain Hume, Atiba Hutchinson 2003 FIFA U-20s GROUP / GROUPE C 2003-11-28 Dubai, UAE canm20 L 0:2 BRA Rashid Al-Maktoum Stadium, att. 13,150 BRA 56’ Daniel Carvalho 0-1 BRA 84’ Nilmar 0-2 2003-12-01 Dubai, UAE canm20 L 1:2 AUS Rashid Al-Maktoum Stadium, att. 8,200 AUS 12’ Alex Brosque (left / gauche) 0-1 CAN 33’ Iain Hume (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Hutchinson) AUS 54’ Matt McKay (left / gauche) 1-2 (a. Brosque) 2003-12-04 Dubai, UAE canm20 W 1:0 CZE Rashid Al-Maktoum Stadium, att. 4,000 Red card / carton rouge 63’ Petr Knakal Y2R CAN 80’ Iain Hume (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Matondo) 2003 FIFA U-20s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2003-12-08 Abu Dhabi, UAE canm20 W 1:0 BFA (R16) Al-Nuhayyan Stadium, att. 5,000 CAN 56’ Josh Simpson (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Hume) 2003-12-12 Abu Dhabi, UAE canm20 L 1:2 ESP (QF) Mohammad Bin Zayed Stadium, att. 15,000 ESP 35’ Andrés Iniesta 0-1 CAN 53’ Iain Hume (right / droit) 1-1 Red card / carton rouge 65’ Vitolo Y2R ESP 95’ e.t. Arizmendi 1-2

2004 CANADA OLY 2003 CONCACAF UNDER-23 2003 Concacaf Olympic Qualifiers Qualification olympique de la Concacaf, 2003 Coach / entraîneur Bruce Twamley 2003 CONCACAF U-23s 2003-09-07 Fredericksted, VIR CAN 2’ Kevin Harmse 1-0 CAN 11’ David Masciantonio 2-0 CAN 19’ Tam Nsaliwa 3-0 CAN 32’ Rob Friend 4-0 CAN 38’ Kevin Harmse 5-0 CAN 52’ Elliott Godfrey 6-0 CAN 71’ David Masciantonio 7-0 CAN 76’ Tam Nsaliwa 8-0

FIRST ROUND / 1e RONDE canm23 W 10:0 VIR

CANADA SOCCER

canm17 L 0:2 MEX

2003 CONCACAF U-23s SECOND ROUND / 2e RONDE 2003-11-15 San Salvador, SLV canm23 L 0:1 SLV SLV 86’ Josue Galdamez 0-1 2003-11-19 Kelowna, BC, CAN canm23 W 1:0 SLV CAN 48’ Rocco Placentino 1-0 Red card / carton rouge 52’ SLV Eliseo Quintanilla Red card / carton rouge 102’ SLV Denis Alas Red card / carton rouge Rocco Placentino Canada wins 5-4 on kicks / le Canada gagne 5-4 aux tirs

CANADA MNT+

canm17 W 1:0 CRC

canm23 W 14:0 VIR

2004 CONCACAF UNDER-23 2004 Concacaf Olympic Qualifiers Qualification olympique de la Concacaf, 2004 Coach / entraîneur Bruce Twamley 2004 CONCACAF U-23s GROUP / GROUPE A 2004-02-03 Guadalajara, JA, MEX canm23 L 0:1 HON HON 57’ Emil Martinez 0-1 2004-02-05 Guadalajara, JA, MEX canm23 L 0:2 USA USA 29’ Bobby Convey 0-1 USA 70’ Bobby Convey 0-2 Red card / carton rouge 71’ Adam Braz 2004-02-07 Guadalajara, JA, MEX canm23 L 1:2 PAN PAN 13’ Jose Garces 0-1 CAN 20’ Rob Friend 1-1 PAN 75’ Victor Miranda 1-2 Red card / carton rouge 81’ Josh Simpson

2004-05 CANADA m17-m20 2005 CONCACAF UNDER-20 2005 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in Honduras Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Honduras 2005 Coach / entraîneur Dale Mitchell Group B 1st / B-1e Canada qualified for the FIFA World Youth Championship Netherlands 2005 / Le Canada se qualifie pour le Championnat du Monde Juniors de la FIFA, Pays-Bas 2005 2005 CONCACAF U-17s GROUP / GROUPE B 2005-01-26 San Pedro Sula, HON canm20 W 2:1 MEX MEX 15’ Marco Parra (right / droit) 0-1 (a. ..) CAN 27’ Ryan Gyaki 1-1 CAN 39’ Ryan Gyaki (right / droit) 2-1 (a. Peters) 2005-01-28 San Pedro Sula, HON canm20 W 1:0 HON CAN 61’ Ryan Gyaki (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Rosenlund) Qualified for Netherlands / qualifié pour les Pays-Bas 2005

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GROUP / GROUP B canm17 W 3:1 CUB

CAN 86’ Elliott Godfrey 9-0 CAN 90’+ Chris Pozniak 10-0 2003-09-10 Saint John, NB, CAN CAN 5’ Chris Pozniak 1-0 CAN 8’ David Masciantonio 2-0 CAN 24’ Rob Friend 3-0 CAN 25’ Rob Friend 4-0 CAN 33’ Chris Pozniak 5-0 CAN 40’ Rob Friend 6-0 CAN 44’ Gordon Chin 7-0 CAN 47’ Jaime Peters 8-0 CAN 63’ Rob Friend 9-0 CAN 66’ Rob Friend 10-0 CAN 69’ Rocco Placentino 11-0 CAN 75’ Justin Thompson 12-0 CAN 84’ Rob Friend 13-0 CAN 87’ Adam Braz 14-0

CANADA WNT

2003 CONCACAF U-17s 2003-03-26 Victoria, BC, CAN CAN 2’ Cameron Wilson 1-0 CUB 4’ Ariel Gonzalez 1-1 CAN 16’ Cameron Wilson 2-1 CAN 48’ Derek Rios 2003-03-28 Victoria, BC, CAN CAN 28’ Cameron Wilson 2003-03-30 Victoria, BC, CAN MEX 25’ Rafael Murguria 0-1 MEX 29’ Samuel Herrera 0-2

Group B 3rd / B-3e

HALL of FAME

Coach / entraîneur Stephen Hart Stadium / Stade : Centennial Stadium


2005-01-30 San Pedro Sula, HON CAN 74’ Ryan Gyaki 1-0

canm20 W 1:0 JAM

2005 CONCACAF UNDER-17 2005 Concacaf Under-17 Junior Tournament in Mexico Tournoi junior U-17 de la Concacaf, Mexique 2005 Coach / entraîneur Stephen Hart Group B 3rd / B-3e 2005 CONCACAF U-17s GROUP / GROUPE B 2005-05-17 Culiacán, SI, MEX canm17 L 0:2 HON HON 4’ Junior Bonilla 0-1 HON 43’ Meller Sanchez 0-2 2005-05-19 Culiacán, SI, MEX canm17 W 5:0 HAI CAN 10’ Selvin Lammie 1-0 CAN 31’ Michael Pereira 2-0 CAN 45’+ Jonathan Beaulieu-Bourgault 3-0 CAN 67’ Selvin Lammie 4-0 CAN 73’ Marcus Haber 5-0 2005-05-21 Culiacán, SI, MEX canm17 L 0:2 MEX MEX 11’ Cesar Villaluz 0-1 MEX 86’ Zavala 0-2

2005 FIFA U-20 WORLD CUP FIFA World Youth Championship Netherlands 2005 Championnat du Monde Juniors de la FIFA, Pays-Bas 2005 Coach / entraîneur Dale Mitchell Place : 21st / 21e 2005 FIFA U-20s GROUP / GROUPE E 2005-06-12 Tilburg, NED canm20 D 1:1 SYR The Willem II Stadium, att. 3,500 SYR 2’ Majed Al Haj (head / tête) 0-1 CAN 31’ Jaime Peters (head / tête) 1-1 (a. de Jong) 2005-06-15 Tilburg, NED canm20 L 0:2 COL The Willem II Stadium, att. 6,500 COL 81’ Radamel Falcao 0-1 COL 88’ Fredy Guarin 0-2 2005-06-18 Kerkrade, NED canm20 L 1:4 ITA The Parkstad Limburg Stadium, att. 2,000 ITA 23’ Graziano Pelle 0-1 ITA 47’ Daniele Galloppa 0-2 CAN 49’ Marcel de Jong 1-2 ITA 68’ Graziano Pelle 1-3 ITA 90’ Raffaele de Martino 1-4

2005 JEUX DE LA FRANCOPHONIE Jeux de la francophonie, Niger 2005 Coach / entraîneur Rudy Doliscat 2005 FRANCOPHONIE U-19 GROUP / GROUPE C 2005-12-06 Niamey, NIG canm19 L 0:5 CMR CMR 21’ ?? (FK right foot / pied droit) 0-1 CMR 36’ ?? (right / droit) 0-2 CMR 60’ ?? (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-3 CMR 79’ ?? 0-4 CMR 82’ ?? 0-5 2005-12-08 Niamey, NIG canm19 L 1:6 NIG NIG 2’ Soumana Tahirou (left / gauche) 0-1 NIG 5’ Amadou Ousmane (left / gauche) 0-2 NIG 29’ Abdoul Karim Konaio (left / gauche) 0-3 NIG 63’ Soumana Tahirou (right / droit) 0-4 (a. Ibrahim) NIG 82’ Soumana Tahirou (right / drouit) 0-5 (rebound / rebonde) NIG 89’ Soumana Tahirou (right / droit) 0-6 CAN 90’ Alex Elliott (right / droit) 1-6 (a. Oppong) 2005-12-10 Niamey, NIG canm19 L 0:2 CIV CIV 43’ ?? (right / droit) 0-1 CIV 64’ ?? (right / droit) 0-2

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2006-07 CANADA m17-m20 2007 CONCACAF UNDER-17 2007 Concacaf Under-17 Tournament in Jamaica Tournoi U-17 de la Concacaf, Jamaique 2007 Coach / entraîneur Stephen Hart Group B 4th / B-4e 2007 CONCACAF U-17s 2007-04-28 Kingston, JAM CAN Daniel Tannous 1-0 CAN Jarek Whiteman 2-0 CAN William Hyde 3-0 2007-04-30 Kingston, JAM 2007-05-02 Kingston, JAM USA 10’ William Schuler 0-1 USA 23’ Mykell Bates 0-2 CAN 53’ Cedric Carrié 1-2 2007-05-04 Kingston, JAM TRI 4’ Leston Paul 0-1 TRI 38’ Stephan Knox 0-2 CAN 47’ Mohamed Sylla 1-2

GROUP / GROUPE B canm17 W 3:0 JAM

canm17 D 0:0 CRC canm17 L 1:2 USA

canm17 L 1:2

TRI

2007 FIFA U-20 WORLD CUP FIFA U-20 World Cup Canada 2007 Coupe du Monde U-20 de la FIFA, Canada 2007 Coach / entraîneur Dale Mitchell Place : 24th / 24e 2007 FIFA U-20s GROUP / GROUPE A 2007-07-01 Toronto, ON, CAN canm20 L 0:3 CHI BMO Field, att. 19,500 CHI 25’ Nicolas Medina (right / droit) 0-1 CHI 54’ Carlos Carmona (head / tête) 0-2 CHI 81’ Jaime Grondona (head / tête) 0-3 2007-07-05 Edmonton, AB, CAN canm20 L 0:1 AUT Commonwealth Stadium, 31,579 AUT 47’ Rubin Okotie (head / tête) 0-1 (a. .. CK) 2007-07-08 Edmonton, AB, CAN canm20 L 0:2 CGO Commonwealth Stadium, 32,508 CGO 26’ Ermejea Ngakosso (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Ikouma) CGO 60’ Gracia Ikouma (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Lakolo) Red card / carton rouge 73’ GK Asmir Begovic

2008 CANADA OLY 2008 CONCACAF UNDER-23 2008 Concacaf Olympic Qualifiers in USA Qualification olympique de la Concacaf, USA 2008 Coach / entraîneur Nick Dasovic

Place : 3rd / 3e

2008 CONCACAF U-23s GROUP / GROUPE B 2008-03-12 Carson, CA, USA canm23 D 1:1 MEX Home Depot Center, att. 9,949 CAN 3’ Will Johnson (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Ornoch) MEX 22’ Luis Ángel Landín (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 Red card / carton rouge 67’ Luis Ángel Landín Red card / carton rouge 76’ Will Johnson 2008-03-14 Carson, CA, USA canm23 L 1:2 HAI Home Depot Center, att. 19,638 CAN 17’ Tyler Rosenlund (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Hall) HAI 72’ Alain Gustave (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Jean-Francois) HAI 84’ Leonel Saint-Preux (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Noel)


2009 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in Trinidad & Tobago Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Trinidad & Tobago 2009 Coach / entraîneur Tony Fonseca 5th / 5e 2009 CONCACAF U-20s GROUP / GROUPE B 2009-03-07 Macoya, TRI canm20 L 0:1 TRI TRI 81’ Sean De Silva (FK right foot / pied droit) 0-1 2009-03-09 Macoya, TRI canm20 W 2:0 MEX CAN 75’ Randy Edwini-Bonsu (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Nakajima-Farran) CAN 83’ Randy Edwini-Bonsu (left / gauche) 2-0 2009-03-11 Macoya, TRI canm20 L 1:2 CRC CAN 12’ Randy Edwini-Bonsu (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Davies) CRC 25’ David Guzmán (FK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 CRC 71’ Kenner Gutierrez (right / droit) 2-1

2009 CONCACAF UNDER-17 2009 Concacaf Under-17 Championship in Mexico Championnat U-17 de la Concacaf, Mexique 2009 Coach / entraîneur Sean Fleming Group B 4th / B-4e 2009 CONCACAF U-17s GROUP / GROUPE A 2009-04-21 Tijuana, BC, MEX canm17 D 1:1 HON CAN 39’ Russell Teibert (PK left foot / pied gauche) 1-0 HON 61’ Antony Lozano (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Hernandez CK) 2009-04-23 Tijuana, BC, MEX canm17 L 2:4 USA USA 2’ Jack McInerney (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-1 USA 30’ Jack McInerney (right / droit) 0-2 USA 34’ Sebastian Lletget (head / tête) 0-3 (a. Gil) CAN 70’ Jaineil Hoilett (right / droit) 1-3 (a. Augustin) USA 85’ Joseph Gyau (right / droit) 1-4 CAN 85’ Coulton Jackson (right / droit) 2-4 2009-04-25 Tijuana, BC, MEX canm17 L 1:2 CUB Red card / carton rouge 51’ Osdany Soto CAN 81’ Justin Maheu (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Teibert) Red card / carton rouge 82’ Yordan Exposito CUB 87’ Yaudel Lahera (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 CUB 90+ Yaudel Lahera (right / droit) 1-2

2009 JEUX DE LA FRANCOPHONIE Jeux de la francophonie, Liban 2009 Coach / entraîneur Tony Fonseca

Place : 4th / 4e

CANADA SOCCER CANADA MNT+

2009 CONCACAF UNDER-20

2010-11 CANADA m17-m20 2011 CONCACAF UNDER-17 2011 Concacaf Under-17 Championship in Jamaica Championnat U-17 de la Concacaf, Jamaique 2011 Coach / entraîneur Sean Fleming 2nd / 2e Canada qualified for the FIFA U-17 World Cup Mexico 2011 / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde U-17 de la FIFA, Mexique 2011 2011 CONCACAF U-17s GROUP / GROUPE D 2011-02-17 Montego Bay, JAM canm17 W 8:0 BRB CAN 12’ Michael Petrasso 1-0 CAN 14’ Sadi Jalali 2-0 CAN 23’ Chris Nanco 3-0 (a. Seymour) CAN 29’ Michael Petrasso 4-0 CAN 33’ Keven Aleman 5-0 (a. Petrasso) CAN 48’ Keven Aleman 6-0 CAN 56’ Michael Petrasso 7-0 CAN 73’ Wesley Cain (left / gauche) 8-0 2011-02-19 Montego Bay, JAM canm17 D 0:0 HON 2011 CONCACAF U-17s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2011-02-23 Montego Bay, JAM canm17 W 2:0 TRI (QF) Catherine Hall Park, att. 300 CAN 15’ Chris Nanco (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Stanese) CAN 20’ Keven Aleman (left / gauche) 2-0 2011-02-25 Montego Bay, JAM canm17 W 1:0 PAN (SEMI / DEMI) Catherine Hall Park, att. 2,000 CAN 9’ Luca Gasparotto (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Piette CK) Qualified for Mexico / qualifié pour le Mexique 2011 2011-02-27 Montego Bay, JAM canm17 L 0:3 USA (FINAL / FINALE) Catherine Hall Park, att. 4,000 USA 92’ Nathan Smith (right / droit) 0-1 e.t. (a. McBean) USA 100’ Andrew Oliver (right / droit) 0-2 e.t. (a. McBean) Red card / carton rouge 117’ Marco Lapenna Red card / carton rouge 117’ (USA) Andrew Oliver USA 119’ Alfred Koroma (right / droit) 0-3 e.t.

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FUTSAL - PARA

2008-09 CANADA m17-m23

2009 FRANCOPHONIE U-23 PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2009-10-03 Beyrouth, LIB canm20 D 2:2 CGO (SEMI / DEMI) Stade municipal de Beyrouth CAN 4’ Jarek Whiteman 1-0 CGO 31’ Kaya Boukama 1-1 CGO 62’ Lemina Malongo 1-2 CAN 90’ Reda Agourram 2-2 Congo wins on kicks / le Congo gagne aux tirs 2009-10-05 Beyrouth, LIB canm20 L 1:3 MAR (MATCH 3rd-4th / 3e-4e) Stade municipal de Beyrouth CAN 4’ Alex Surprenant 1-0 MAR 5’ R. El Ghazoufi 1-1 MAR 35’ R. El Ghazoufi 1-2 MAR 75’ D. Fettouhi 1-3

CANADA WNT

2008 CONCACAF U-23s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2008-03-20 Nashville, TN, USA canm23 L 0:3 USA (SEMI / DEMI) LP Field, att. 13,201 USA 27’ Freddy Adu (FK left foot / pied gauche) 0-1 USA 48’ Freddy Adu (FK left foot / pied gauche) 0-2 USA 78’ Sacha Kljestan (right / droit) 0-3 (a. Holden) 2008-03-23 Nashville, TN, USA canm23 D 0:0 GUA (3rd/4th) LP Field, att. 12,663 Canada wins 5-3 on kicks / le Canada gagne 5-3 aux tirs

2009 FRANCOPHONIE U-23 GROUP / GROUPE B 2009-09-26 Beyrouth, LIB canm20 L 2:3 RWA RWA 26’ A. Mwiseneza 0-1 RWA 51’ A. Kibaya 0-2 RWA 56’ ?? 0-3 CAN 71’ Alex Semenets 1-3 CAN 90’+3 Alex Semenets 2-3 2009-09-30 Saïda, LIB canm20 W 2:0 CMR CAN 49’ Agustin de Medina 1-0 CAN 64’ Alex Semenets 2-0 Red card / carton rouge Nyatchou Ndema

HALL of FAME

2008-03-16 Carson, CA, USA canm23 W 5:0 GUA Home Depot Center, att. 8,651 CAN 45’ Will Johnson (FK right foot / pied droit) 1-0 CAN 46’ Will Johnson (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Hemming) CAN 57’ Tosaint Ricketts (right / droit) 3-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 80’ Tosaint Ricketts (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Ornoch) CAN 90’+3 Kyle Hall (right / droit) 5-0 (a. Rosenlnud CK)


2011 CONCACAF UNDER-20 2011 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in Guatemala Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Guatemala 2011 Coach / entraîneur Valério Gazzola

7th / 7e

2011 CONCACAF U-20s GROUP / GROUPE C 2011-03-28 Guatemala, GUA canm20 W 2:1 GLP GLP 25’ Christophe Houelche (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Hatchi) CAN 52’ Lucas Cavallini (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Teibert) CAN 58’ Derrick Bassi (head / tête) 2-1 (a. Teibert FK) 2011-04-01 Guatemala, GUA canm20 L 0:3 CRC CRC 34’ Juan Gabriel Bustos (right / droit) 0-1 CRC 66’ Joel Campbell (right / droit) 0-2 CRC 90’+2 Mynor Escoe (left / gauche) 0-3 2011 CONCACAF U-20s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2011-04-05 Guatemala, GUA canm20 L 0:3 MEX (QF) Estadio Nacional Mateo Flores, att. 495 MEX 34’ Kristian Alvarez (right / droit) 0-1 MEX 72’ Diego de Buen (FK left foot / pied gauche) 0-2 MEX 90’+ Jorge Mora (right / droit) 0-3 (a. Campbell)

2011 FIFA U-17 WORLD CUP FIFA U-17 World Cup Mexico 2011 Coupe du Monde U-17 de la FIFA, Mexique 2011 Coach / entraîneur Sean Fleming

Final 19th / 19e

2011 FIFA U-17s GROUP / GROUPE C 2011-06-19 Pachuca, HG, MEX canm17 L 0:3 URU Estadio Hidalgo, att. 12,699 URU 52’ Juan Cruz Mascia (left / gauche) 0-1 URU 85’ Guillermo Méndez (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-2 URU 90’+3 Elbio Alvarez (right / droit) 0-3 (a. Pais) 2011-06-22 Pachuca, HG, MEX canm17 D 2:2 ENG Estadio Hidalgo, att. 17,882 ENG 46’ Adam Morgan (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Powell) CAN 50’ Sadi Jalali (right / droit) 1-1 (rebound / rebonde) ENG 77’ Blair Turgott (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Magri) CAN 87’ GK Quillan Roberts (right / droit) 2-2 2011-06-25 Pachuca, HG, MEX canm17 D 0:0 RWA Estadio Hidalgo , att. 5,803

2012 CANADA OLY 2012 CONCACAF UNDER-23 2012 Concacaf Olympic Qualifiers in USA Qualification olympique de la Concacaf, USA 2012 Coach / entraîneur Tony Fonseca 2012 CONCACAF U-23s GROUP / GROUPE A 2012-03-22 Nashville, TN, USA canm23 D 0:0 SLV LP Field, att. 4,269 2012-03-24 Nashville, TN, USA canm23 W 2:0 USA LP Field, att. 10,578 CAN 57’ Doneil Henry (head / tête) 1-0 (a. P.Davies CK) CAN 83’ Lucas Cavallini (head / tête) 2-0 (a. P.Davies) Red card / carton rouge Randy Edwini-Bonsu 2012-03-26 Nashville, TN, USA canm23 D 1:1 CUB LP Field, att. 7,889 CAN 25’ Evan James (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Cavallini) CUB 90’+1 Maykel Reyes (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Blanco FK) 2012 CONCACAF U-23s

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PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION

2012-03-31 Kansas City, KS, USA canm23 L 1:3 MEX (SEMI / DEMI) Sporting Park Stadium, att. 16,101 MEX 20’ Marco Fabián (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Herrera) CAN 32’ Marcus Haber (head / tête) 1-1 (a. P.Davies) MEX 33’ Alan Pulido (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Fabián) MEX 57’ Miguel Ponce (right / droit) 1-3 (a. Cabrera) Red card / carton rouge 77’ Doneil Henry Y2R

2012-13 CANADA m17-m20 2013 CONCACAF UNDER-20 2013 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in Mexico Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Mexique 2013 Coach / entraîneur Nick Dasovic

6th / 6e

2013 CONCACAF U-20s GROUP / GROUPE B 2013-02-18 Puebla, PB, MEX canm20 L 1:2 CUB CUB 70’ Maykel Reyes (right / droit) 0-1 CUB 78’ Maykel Reyes (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Martinez) CAN 90’ Stefan Vukovic (head / tête) 1-2 (rebound / rebonde) 2013-02-22 Puebla, PB, MEX canm20 W 5:1 NCA CAN 5’ Samuel Piette (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Dollery FK) CAN 28’ Caleb Clarke (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Fisk CK) Red card / carton rouge 37’ NCA Cristian Alfonso Gutierrez CAN 38’ Mauro Eustáquio (PK right foot / pied droit) 3-0 NCA 45’ Eulises Pavón (PK right foot / pied droit) 3-1 CAN 54’ Caleb Clarke (right / droit) 4-1 (a. Dollery) CAN 63’ Ben McKendry (right / droit) 5-1 (a. Fisk) 2013 CONCACAF U-20s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2013-02-26 Puebla, PB, MEX canm20 L 2:4 USA (QF) Estadio Universitario BUAP, att. 1,500 CAN 24’ Dylan Carreiro (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Eustáquio) USA 29’ Luis Gil (left / gauche) 1-1 USA 40’ Jose Villareal (left / gauche) 1-2 (a. Rodriguez) USA 45’+1 Will Trapp (right / droit) 1-3 USA Jose Villareal (right / droit) 1-4 (a. Joya) CAN 64’ Samuel Piette (right / droit) 2-4 Red card / carton rouge 90’+2 Manjrekar James

2013 CONCACAF UNDER-17 2013 Concacaf Under-17 Championship in Panama Championnat U-17 de la Concacaf, Panama 2013 Coach / entraîneur Sean Fleming 3rd / 3e All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Hanson Boakai All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Jordan Haynes Canada qualified for the FIFA U-17 World Cup UAE 2013 / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde U-17 de la FIFA, UAE 2013 2013 CONCACAF U-17s GROUP / GROUPE B 2013-04-06 La Chorrera, PAN canm17 W 2:0 TRI CAN 42’ Marco Dominguez (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Bustos) CAN 58’ Jordan Hamilton (left / gauche) 2-0 2013-04-10 La Chorrea, PAN canm17 D 1:1 CRC CRC 59’ Arington Torres (right / droit) 0-1 CAN 76’ Hanson Boakai (left / gauche) 1-1 2013 CONCACAF U-17s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2013-04-13 La Chorrea, PAN canm17 W 4:2 JAM (QF) Estadio Agustín Muquita Sánchez, att. 150 JAM 5’ Khallil Stewart (right / droit) 0-1 CAN 38’ JAM own goal / but contre son camp 1-1 (o.g. Hill) JAM 44’ Khallil Stewart (right / droit) 1-2 CAN 63’ Hanson Boakai (left / gauche) 2-2 (rebound / rebonde)


2013 FIFA U-17 WORLD CUP FIFA U-17 World Cup UAE 2013 Coupe du Monde U-17 de la FIFA, UAE 2013 Coach / entraîneur Sean Fleming

Final 18th / 18e

2013 FIFA U-17s GROUP / GROUPE E 2013-10-19 Dubai, UAE canm17 D 2:2 AUT Rashid Stadium, att. 5,952 AUT 28’ Sascha Horvath (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Ripic) CAN 53’ Jordan Hamilton (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Bustos) CAN 58’ Elias Roubos (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-1 AUT 61’ Nikola Zivotic (right / droit) 2-2 (a. Glunhakovic) 2013-10-22 Dubai, UAE canm17 D 1:1 IRN Rashid Stadium, att. 9,915 IRN 9’ Amirhossein Karimi (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Mazloum) CAN 48’ Jordan Hamilton (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Roubos) 2013-10-25 Dubai, UAE canm17 L 0:3 ARG Rashid Stadium, att. 10,120 ARG 45’+1 Joaquin Ibañez (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Leszczuk) ARG 47’ Matias Sanchez (head / tête) 0-2 (a. Tripichio) ARG 75’ Matias Sanchez (right / droit) 0-3 (a. Tripicho)

2014-15 CANADA m17-m20

CANADA SOCCER CANADA MNT+

2013 FRANCOPHONIE U-20 GROUP / GROUPE D 2013-09-06 Nice, FRA canm20 L 1:4 FRA CAN 54’ Patryk Misik 1-0 Red card / carton rouge 70’ Dominique Morin FRA 70’ Lenny Nangis (PK) 1-1 FRA 74’ Charly Dutournier 1-2 FRA 86’ Charly Dutournier 1-3 FRA 88’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 1-4 (o.g.) 2013-09-08 Nice, FRA canm20 W 1:0 RWA CAN 39’ Anthony Osorio 1-0 (a. Pasher) 2013-09-10 Nice, FRA canm20 L 1:3 CGO CGO 5’ Arci Biassadila-Mouanga 0-1 CAN 25’ Patryk Misik 1-0 (a. Clarke) CGO 61’ Bersyl Obassi-Ngatsongo 1-2 CGO 70’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 1-3 (o.g.)

2015 CONCACAF U-20s GROUP / GROUPE B 2015-01-10 Montego Bay, JAM canm20 W 3:1 HAI CAN 11’ Jordan Hamilton (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Gagnon-Laparé) CAN 18’ Jordan Hamilton (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Adekugbe) HAI 29’ Jonel Desire (head / tête) 2-1 CAN 70’ Michael Petrasso (PK right foot / pied droit) 3-1 2015-01-12 Montego Bay, JAM canm20 L 0:2 MEX MEX 30’ Hirving Lozano (left / gauche) 0-1 MEX 90’+2 Diego Pineda (right / droit) 0-2 2015-01-15 Montego Bay, JAM canm20 L 2:3 SLV SLV 43’ Bryan Perez (left / gauche) 0-1 CAN 47’ Hanson Boakai (left / gauche) 1-1 SLV 77’ Jose Villavicencio (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Merino) CAN 78’ Kianz Froese (right / droit) 2-2 (a. Boakai) SLV 90’+4 Romilio Hernández (right / droit) 2-3 (rebound / rebonde) 2015-01-19 Montego Bay, JAM canm20 L 1:2 CUB CUB 5’ Frank López (right / droit) 0-1 CUB 40’ Frank López (head / tête) 0-2 CAN 53’ Jackson Farmer (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Petrasso) 2015-01-22 Montego Bay, JAM canm20 L 2:3 HON CAN 19’ Marco Bustos (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Ferguson) HON 23’ Bryan Rochez (head / tête) 1-1 CAN 41’ Jordan Hamilton (right / droit) 2-1 HON 68’ Dabirson Castillo (head / tête) 2-2 HON 83’ Bryan Rochez (right / droit) 2-3

2015 CONCACAF UNDER-17 2015 Concacaf Under-17 Championship in Honduras Championnat U-17 de la Concacaf, Honduras 2015 Coach / entraîneur Sean Fleming

5th / 5e

2015 CONCACAF U-17s GROUP / GROUPE B 2015-02-28 San Pedro Sula, HON canm17 W 3:1 HAI HAI 32’ Ronaldo Damus (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Charles) CAN 34’ Duwayne Ewart (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Saleh) CAN 45’+1 Matthew Baldisimo (head / tête) 2-1 CAN 74’ Kadin Chung (right / droit) 3-1 (a. Saleh) 2015-03-03 San Pedro Sula, HON canm17 W 3:2 CRC CRC 17’ Jonathan Martínez (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-1 CAN 31’ Duwayne Ewart (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Baldisimo) CRC 48’ Andy Reyes (right / droit) 1-2 CAN 58’ Daniel Sagno (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-2 CAN 67’ Kosovar Sadiki (head / tête) 3-2 (a. Paton CK) 2015-03-06 San Pedro Sula, HON canm17 D 1:1 MEX MEX 20’ Ulises Torres (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Lopez CK) CAN 41’ Tristan Borges (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Chung) 2015-03-09 San Pedro Sula, HON canm17 W 3:1 LCA CAN 34’ Daniel Sagno (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Borges) CAN 35’ Duwayne Ewart (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Paton) LCA 44’ Cassius Joseph (right / droit) 2-1 CAN 57’ Ballou Tabla (right / droit) 3-1 2015-03-12 San Pedro Sula, HON canm17 L 0:1 PAN PAN 9’ Dámaso Santos (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Avila) 2015 CONCACAF U-17s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2015-03-15 San Pedro Sula, HON canm17 L 0:3 CRC (SEMI / DEMI) Estadio Francisco Morazán, att. 412 CRC 18’ Luis Hernandez (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Martínez) CRC 27’ Andy Reyes (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Martínez) CRC 73’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-3 (o.g.)

2015 CONCACAF UNDER-20

2015 PAN AMERICAN GAMES

2015 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in Jamaica Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Jamaique 2015

2015 Pan American Games / Jeux panaméricains, Toronto 2015 Coach / entraîneur Antonio Floro

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FUTSAL - PARA

Jeux de la francophonie, France 2013 Coach / entraîneur Philip Dos Santos

9th / 9e

CANADA WNT

2013 JEUX DE LA FRANCOPHONIE

Coach / entraîneur Rob Gale

HALL of FAME

CAN 74’ Andrew Gordon (left / gauche) 3-2 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 79’ Jordan Hamilton (head / tête) 4-2 (a. Bustos) 2013-04-17 Ciudad Panamá, PAN canm17 L 1:2 PAN (SEMI / DEMI) Estadio Rommel Fernández, att. 6,853 CAN 5’ Elias Roubos (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Chow) PAN 37’ Ismael Diaz (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Marroquin) PAN 81’ Ervin Zorrilla (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Gonzalez) 2013-04-19 Ciudad Panamá, PAN canm17 D 2:2 HON (MATCH 3rd-4th / 3e-4e) Estadio Rommel Fernández, att. 387 HON 16’ Jorge Bodden (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Velasquez) CAN 90’+3 Jordan Hamilton (head / tête) 1-1 HON 107’ Steven Ramos (left / gauche) 1-2 e.t. CAN 119’ Jordan Haynes (left / gauche) 2-2 e.t. Canada wins 4-2 on kicks / le Canada gagne 4-2 aux tirs Qualified for UAE / qualifié pour les EAU 2013


2015 PAN AM U-23s GROUP / GROUPE A 2015-07-12 Hamilton, ON, CAN canm23 L 1:4 BRA Tim Hortons Field, att. 19,100 BRA 7’ Luciano (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Romulo) BRA 38’ Romulo (left / gauche) 0-2 BRA 47’ Clayton (right / droit) 0-3 CAN 58’ Molham Babouli (head / tête) 1-3 (a. Boakai) BRA 89’ Erik (head / tête) 1-4 (a. Dodô) 2015-07-12 Hamilton, ON, CAN canm23 D 0:0 PAN Tim Hortons Field, att. 11,972 2015-07-12 Hamilton, ON, CAN canm23 L 0:2 PER Tim Hortons Field, att. 11,213 PER 12’ Elsar Rodas (FK) 0-1 PER 68’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-2 (o.g.)

2017 CONCACAF UNDER-17 2017 Concacaf Under-17 Championship in Panama Championnat U-17 de la Concacaf, Panama 2017 Coach / entraîneur Paul Stalteri

2015 CANADA OLY 2015 CONCACAF UNDER-23 2015 Concacaf Olympic Qualifiers in USA Qualification olympique de la Concacaf, USA 2015 Coach / entraîneur Benito Floro 2015 CONCACAF U-23s GROUP / GROUPE A 2015-10-01 Kansas City, KS, USA canm23 L 1:3 USA Sporting Park Stadium, att. 3,827 USA 1’ Jordan Morris (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Kiesewetter) USA 73’ Jordan Morris (right / droit) 0-2 CAN 81’ M. Petrasso (head / tête) 1-2 (a. Mannella CK) USA 90’+2 Luis Gill (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-3 2015-10-03 Kansas City, KS, USA canm23 W 3:1 PAN Sporting Park Stadium, att. 3,755 CAN 30’ Michael Petrasso (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Clarke) Red card / carton rouge 33’ PAN Carlos Small CAN 35’ Skylar Thomas (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Mannella) PAN 61’ Edgar Barcenas (left / gauche) 2-1 (a. Arroyo) CAN 74’ Ben Fisk (right / droit) 3-1 (a. Petrasso) 2015-10-06 Commerce, CO, USA canm23 D 2:2 CUB Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, att. 3,313 CAN 26’ Michael Petrasso (right / droit) 1-0 CUB 31’ Arichel Hernandez (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Reyes) CAN 52’ Molham Babouli (FK right foot / pied droit) 2-1 CUB 87’ Arichel Hernandez (right / droit) 2-2 (a. Baquero) 2015 CONCACAF U-23s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2015-10-10 Sandy, UT, USA canm23 L 0:2 MEX (SEMI / DEMI) Rio Tinto Stadium, att. 2,633 MEX 6’ Erick Torres (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Lozano) MEX 57’ Hirving Lozano (right / droit) 0-2 2015-10-13 Sandy, UT, USA canm23 L 0:2 USA (3rd/4th) Rio Tinto Stadium, 4,760 Red card / carton rouge 44’ Giuliano Frano Y2R USA 69’ Marc Peolsi (right / droit) 0-1 USA 84’ Jerome Kiesewetter (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-2

2016-17 CANADA m15-m20 2017 CONCACAF UNDER-20 2017 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in Costa Rica Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Costa Rica 2017 Coach / entraîneur Rob Gale

2017 CONCACAF U-20s GROUP / GROUPE A 2017-02-17 S. Juan de Tibás, CRC canm20 L 0:1 HON HON 77’ Jorge Alvarez (right / droit) 0-1 2017-02-20 San José, CRC cnam20 L 0:5 MEX MEX 36’ Sebastian Cordova (head / tête) 0-1 (a. ..) MEX 40’ Ronaldo Cisneros (left / gauche) 0-2 (a. Antuna) MEX 65’ Ronaldo Cisneros (right / droit) 0-3 (rebound / rebonde) MEX 82’ Claudio Zamudio (right / droit) 0-4 (a. Antuna) MEX 90’+2 Eduardo Aguirre (right / droit) 0-5 (a. Lara) 2017-02-23 S. Juan de Tibás, CRC canm20 W 2:0 ATG CAN 23’ Kris Twardek (right / droit) 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 90’ Shaan Hundal (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Borges)

2017 CONCACAF U-17s GROUP / GROUPE B 2017-04-22 Ciudad Panama, PAN canm17 L 1:2 CRC CRC 44’ Rodolfo Alfaro (right / droit) 0-1 CAN 51’ Antonio Romeo (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Faria CK) Red card / carton rouge 81’ Antonio Rocco Romeo CRC 90’+5 Rodolfo Alfaro (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Abarca) 2017-04-25 Ciudad Panama, PAN canm17 L 1:2 CUB CUB 26’ Yandry Romero (left / gauche) 0-1 (rebound / rebonde) CUB 60’ Manuel Cruz (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Ibarra) CAN 71’ Alessandro Hojabrpour (right / droit) 1-2 (a. David) 2017-04-28 Ciudad Panama, PAN canm17 W 2:0 SUR CAN 13’ Jonathan David (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Ruby) CAN 56’ Jonathan David 2-0 (a. Petrasso)

2017 CONCACAF UNDER-15 2017 Concacaf Under-15 Championship in USA Championnat U-15 de la Concacaf, USA 2017 Coach / entraîneur Paul Stalteri

Semi / Demi

2017 CONCACAF U-15s (2x 35min) GROUP / GROUPE B 2017-08-13 Bradenton, FL, USA canm15 L 0:2 USA USA 31’ Gianluca Busio 0-1 USA 33’ Gianluca Busio 0-2 2017-08-14 Bradenton, FL, USA canm15 W 3:0 CRC CAN 54’ Malik Henry 1-0 (a. Priso) CAN 61’ Matthew Radivojsa 2-0 CAN 63’ Sean Rea 3-0 (a. Omeonga) 2017-08-16 Bradenton, FL, USA canm15 W 3:0 TRI CAN 12’ Jérémie Omeonga 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 38’ Jérémie Omeonga 2-0 CAN 43’ Cameron Da Silva 3-0 2017 CONCACAF U-15s (2x 35min) PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2017-08-17 Bradenton, FL, USA canm15 L 0:3 MEX (SEMI / DEMI) IMG Center, att. 50 MEX 25’ Andres Tellez (right / droit) 0-1 MEX 36’ Sergio Gamez (left / gauche) 0-2 (rebound / rebonde) MEX 52’ Kevin Ortega (FK right foot / pied droit) 0-3

2018-19 CANADA m15-m20 9th / 9e

2018 CONCACAF UNDER-20 2018 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in USA

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7th / 7e


2019 CONCACAF UNDER-17 2019 Concacaf Under-17 Championship in USA Championnat U-17 de la Concacaf, USA 2019 Coach / entraîneur Andrew Olivieri Semi / Demi Canada qualified for the FIFA U-17 World Cup Brazil 2019 / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde U-17 de la FIFA, Brésil 2019 2019 CONCACAF U-17s GROUP / GROUPE F 2019-05-02 Bradenton, FL, USA canm17 L 2:3 USA CAN 21’ Jérémie Omeonga (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Catavolo) CAN 22’ J. Russell-Rowe (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Catavolo) USA 49’ Gianluca Busio (right / droit) 2-1 USA 63’ Axel Alejandre (left / gauche) 2-2 (a. Hernandez) USA 69’ Alejandro Reyna (right FK droit) 2-3 2019-05-04 Bradenton, FL, USA canm17 W 4:2 GUA CAN 2’ Jayden Nelson (right / droit) 1-0 (interception) GUA 6’ Andy Palencia (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Ardon) CAN 30’ Kamron Habibullah (right / droit) 2-1 (a. Priso) CAN 34’ Jayden Nelson (right / droit) 3-1 (a. Habibullah) GUA 84’ Diego Santis (head / tête) 3-2 (a. Saraiva CK) CAN 90’ Jayden Nelson (left / gauche) 4-2 (a. Habibullah) 2019-05-06 Bradenton, FL, USA canm17 W 4:0 BRB CAN 14’ J. Russell-Rowe (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Habibullah) CAN 40’ BRB own goal / but contre son camp 2-0 (o.g. Catlyn) CAN 74’ Kamron Habibullah (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Vellios) CAN 79’ Jérémie Omeonga (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Habibullah) 2019 CONCACAF U-17s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2019-05-09 Bradenton, FL, USA canm17 W 4:0 CUW (Rd 16) IMG Center, Field 1, att. 140 CAN 21’ CUW own goal / but contre son camp 1-0 (o.g. Nava) CAN 75’ Kamron Habibullah (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-0 CAN 80’ Simon Colyn (right / droit) 3-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 82’ Jayden Nelson (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Habibullah) 2019-05-12 Bradenton, FL, USA canm17 D 1:1 CRC (QF) IMG Center, Field 11, att. 100 CAN 45’+3 Jayden Nelson (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-0 CRC 49’ Geancarlo Castro (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 Canada wins 4-3 on kicks / le Canada gagne 4-3 aux tirs

2019 CONCACAF U-15s (2x 35min) GROUP / GROUPE C 2019-08-04 Bradenton, FL, USA canm15 W 7:0 SLV CAN 22’ Hugo Mbongue (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Marshall-Rutty) CAN 24’ Hugo Mbongue (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Stojadinovic) CAN 32’ Jahkeel Marshall-Rutty (head / tête) 3-0 (a. Stojadinovic) CAN 43’ Jean-Aniel Assi (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Saliba) CAN 49’ Jean-Aniel Assi (right / droit) 5-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 65’ Hugo Mbongue (right / droit) 6-0 (a. Afework) CAN 70’+1 Theo Afework (right / droit) 7-0 (a. Accettola) 2019-08-05 Bradenton, FL, USA canm15 L 0:3 SVN SVN 13’ Matjaz Kamensek (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Kljun CK) SVN 31’ Srdan Kuzmic (right / droit) 2-0 SVN 70’+2 Tom Kljun (right / droit) 3-0 2019-08-07 Bradenton, FL, USA canm15 W 4:0 GLP CAN 13’ Maël Henry (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Daouda) CAN 36’ Charles-Étienne Volcy (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Accettola) CAN 57’ Jordan Alvarez (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Assi) CAN 61’ GLP own goal / but contre son camp 4-0 (o.g.) 2019 CONCACAF U-15s (2x 35min) PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2019-08-08 Bradenton, FL, USA canm15 W 2:0 MEX (QF) IMG Center, Field 6, att. 50 CAN 33’ Hugo Mbongue Mbongue (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Campagna) CAN 70’ Jean-Aniel Assi (right / droit) 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) 2019-08-10 Bradenton, FL, USA canm15 L 1:2 SVN (SEMI / DEMI) IMG Field, att. 75 CAN 60’ Jean-Aniel Assi (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Henry) SVN 61’ Enej Marsetic (right / droit) 1-1 SVN 85’ Tom Kljun (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Marsetic)

2019 FIFA U-17 WORLD CUP FIFA U-17 World Cup Brazil 2019 Coupe du Monde U-17 de la FIFA, Brésil 2019 Coach / entraîneur Andrew Olivieri 2019 FIFA U-17s GROUP / GROUPE A 2019-10-26 Gama, BRA canm17 L 1:4 BRA Estádio Walmir Campelo Bezerra, att. 11,468 BRA 15’ Peglow (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Veron) BRA 45’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-2 (o.g.) BRA 46’ Peglow (right / droit) 0-3 (interception) BRA 56’ Veron (right / droit) 0-4 (a. Jorge Kaio) CAN 86’ Jacen Russell-Rowe (right / droit) 1-4 (a. Habibullah) 2019-10-29 Gama, BRA canm17 L 1:2 ANG Estádio Walmir Campelo Bezerra, att. 1,232 ANG 31’ Zini (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Domingos) CAN 49’ Jacen Russell-Rowe (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Priso) ANG 90’+4 David (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Zini) 2019-11-01 Gama, BRA canm17 L 0:1 NZL Estádio Walmir Campelo Bezerra, att. 1,154 NZL 27’ Matthew Garbett (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Van Hattum FK)

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CANADA SOCCER

2019 Concacaf Under-15 Championship in USA Championnat U-15 de la Concacaf, USA 2019 Coach / entraîneur Eric Tenllado All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Joshua Gordon, Jordan Lemus, Jean-Aniel Assi

CANADA MNT+

2019 CONCACAF UNDER-15

FUTSAL - PARA

2018 CONCACAF U-20s GROUP / GROUPE D 2018-11-02 Bradenton, FL, USA canm20 W 4:0 DMA CAN 24’ Noble Okello (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Reid) CAN 32’ Noble Okello (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Kinumbe) CAN 81’ José Hernández (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Reid) CAN 83’ Theo Bair (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Choinière) 2018-11-04 Bradenton, FL, USA canm20 W 2:1 GLP CAN 7’ Mathieu Choinière (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Verhoeven) GLP 46’ Luther Archimede (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Gedeon) CAN 79’ Adonijah Reid (left / gauche) 2-1 (a. Bair) 2018-11-06 Bradenton, FL, USA canm20 L 1:2 PAN Red card / carton rouge 24’ Michael Baldisimo PAN 45’+1 Saed Díaz (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Griffith) CAN 55’ Noble Okello (right / droit) 1-1 PAN 59’ Saed Díaz (head / tête) 1-2 Red card / carton rouge 87’ PAN Jorge Mendez Y2R 2018-11-08 Bradenton, FL, USA canm20 L 1:2 SKN SKN 23’ Romario Martin (left / gauche) 0-1 SKN 38’ Tyrese Shade (FK right foot / pied droit) 0-2 CAN 72’ Jordan Perruzza (FK left foot / pied gauche) 1-2 2018-11-10 Bradenton, FL, USA canm20 W 2:1 MTQ CAN 8’ Steffen Yeates (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Dunn) CAN 15’ Clément Bayiha (right / droit) 2-0 MTQ 69’ Raphael Axel (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-1

Qualified for Brazil / qualifié pour le Brésil 2019 2019-05-14 Bradenton, FL, USA canm17 L 0:4 USA (SEMI / DEMI) IMG Center, Field 1, att. 212 USA 47’ Bryang Kayo (right / droit) 0-1 USA 64’ Giovanni Reyna (FK right foot / pied droit) 0-2 USA 78’ Ricardo Pepi (left / gauche) 0-3 (a. Busio) USA 82’ Ricardo Pepi (right / droit) 0-4 (a. Busio)

CANADA WNT

12th / 12e

HALL of FAME

Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, USA 2018 Coach / entraîneur Andrew Olivieri


BEACH SOCCER NATIONAL TEAM / ÉQUIPE NATIONALE DE BEACH SOCCER FIFA WORLD CUPS / LES COUPES DU MONDE DE LA FIFA FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup / Coupe du Monde de Beach Soccer

2005 BEACH SOCCER

2006

2006 FIFA BEACH SOCCER

2005 Beach Soccer World Cup Qualifier in Brazil Qualification pour la Coupe du Monde de Beach Soccer, 2005 Coach / entraîneur Carlos De Sousa

FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Brazil 2006 Coupe du Monde de Beach Soccer, Brésil 2006 Coach / entraîneur Ross Ongaro

2005 BEACH SOCCER CANADA 2005-03-01 Rio de Janeiro, BRA CAN W 4:1 MEX 1st / 1e : CAN Jocelyn Roy 1-0; 2nd / 2e : MEX Ricardo Villalobos 1-1; CAN Stephane Boisvert 2-1; CAN Tony Menezes 3-1; 3rd / 3e : CAN Jerome Gosselin 4-1. 2005-03-02 Rio de Janeiro, BRA CAN L 1:6 BRA 1st / 1e : BRA Jorginho 0-1; CAN Tony Menezes; BRA Benjamin; 2nd / 2e : BRA Juninho 1-3; BRA Junior Negao 1-4; 3rd / 3e : BRA 29’ Nemen 1-5; BRA Juninho 1-6. 2005-03-03 Rio de Janeiro, BRA CAN L 3:5 USA 1st / 1e : USA Joshua Nolz; 2nd / 2e : USA Francis Faberoff 0-2; CAN Stephane Boisvert 1-2; 3rd / 3e : CAN Tony Menezes 2-2; CAN Phil Ionadi; USA Joshua Nolz; USA Ryan Gillespie 3-4; USA Christian Braga 3-5.

2006 FIFA BEACH SOCCER CANADA 2006-11-03 Rio de Janeiro, BRA CAN D 6:6 IRN Copacabana, att. 5,000 1st / 1e : IRN Mohammad Ahmadzadeh 0-1; CAN Ian Diaz 1-1; CAN Sipho Sibiya 2-1; 2nd / 2e : IRN Alimirza Ostovari 2-2; CAN Sipho Sibiya 2-3; IRN Mohammad Ahmadzadeh 3-3; IRN Faroogh Dara 3-4; IRN Hassan Abdollahi 3-5; 3rd / 3e : CAN Sipho Sibiya 4-5; CAN Sipho Sibiya 5-5; IRN Mohammad Ahmadzadeh 5-6; CAN Kyle Yamada 6-6. Red card / carton rouge (IRN) Abbas Hashempour 2006-11-05 Rio de Janeiro, BRA CAN L 1:8 FRA Copacabana, att. 5,000 1st / 1e : FRA Laurent Castro 0-1; 2nd / 2e : FRA Jeremy Basquaise 0-2; FRA Jeremy Basquaise 0-3; FRA Sebastien Perez 0-4; 3rd / 3e : CAN Chris Lemire 1-4; FRA Jeremy Basquaise 1-5; FRA Sebastien Perez 1-6; FRA Stephane Francois 1-7; Noel Sciortino 1-8. 2006-11-07 Rio de Janeiro, BRA CAN W 4:0 ESP Copacabana, att. 5,000 2nd / 2e : CAN Kyt Selaidopoulos 1-0; CAN Sipho Sibiya 2-0; 3rd / 3e : CAN Kyt Selaidaopoulos 3-0; CAN Kyle Yamada 4-0. 2006-11-09 Rio de Janeiro, BRA CAN L 1:12 BRA Copacabana, att. 10,000 1st / 1e : BRA Junior Negao 0-1; 2nd / 2e : BRA Benjamin 0-2; BRA Junior Negao 0-3; BRA Bruno 0-4; BRA Bruno 0-5; 3rd / 3e : BRA Bruno 0-6; BRA Bruno 0-7; BRA Betinho 0-8; BRA Benjamin 0-9; BRA Betinho 0-10; BRA Benjamin 0-11; CAN Sipho Sibiya 1-11; BRA Junior Begao 1-12.

2006 CONCACAF BEACH 2006 Concacaf Beach Soccer Championship in Costa Rica Championnat de Beach Soccer de la Concacaf, 2006 Coach / entraîneur Ross Ongaro Canada qualified for the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Brazil 2006 / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde de Beach Soccer, Brésil 2006 2006 CONCACAF BEACH SOCCER CANADA 2006-09-13 Punta Leona, CRC CAN L 0:3 USA 1st / 1e : USA Brendon Taguinod 0-1; 3rd / 3e : USA Yuri Morales 0-2; USA Zak Ibsen 0-3. 2006-09-14 Punta Leona, CRC CAN W 6:4 MEX 1st / 1e : CAN Eric Munoz 1-0; CAN Sipho Sibiya 2-0; MEX J. Lopez 2-1; CAN Paul Dhaliwal 3-1; CAN Ian Diaz 4-1; 2nd / 2e : MEX Ricardo Villalobos 4-2; 3rd / 3e : CAN Eric Munoz 5-2; MEX Ricardo Villalobos 5-3; MEX Ricardo Villalobos 5-4; CAN Jason Miniaci 6-4. 2006-09-15 Punta Leona, CRC CAN W 7:3 JAM 1st / 1e : CAN Kyle Yamada 1-0; CAN Ian Diaz 2-0; JAM Andre Reid 2-1; CAN Kyle Yamada 3-1; 2nd / 2e : JAM Gerald Neil 3-2; CAN Chris Lemire 4-2; 3rd / 3e : CAN Kyle Yamada 5-2; JAM Gerald Neil 5-3; CAN Damir Jesic 6-3; CAN Ian Diaz 7-3. 2006-09-16 Playa Jacó, CRC CAN W 6:4 CRC 1st / 1e : CAN Sipho Sibiya 1-0; CRC Jeffrey Chavarria 1-1; 2nd / 2e : CAN Kyt Selaidopoulos 2-1; CRC Roy Myers 2-2; CRC Jeffrey Chavarria; CAN Damir Jesic; 3rd / 3e : CAN Kyt Selaidopoulos 4-3; CAN Kyle Yamada; CRC Jose Calvo; CAN Ian Diaz 6-4. Qualified for Brazil / qualifié pour le Brésil 2019

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2009 CONCACAF BEACH 2009 Concacaf Beach Soccer Championship in Mexico Championnat de Beach Soccer de la Concacaf, 2009 Coach / entraîneur Ross Ongaro 2009 CONCACAF BEACH SOCCER CANADA 2009-06-17 Puerto Vallarta, JA, MEX CAN L 0:10 MEX 1st / 1e : MEX 11’16 Ricardo Villalabos 0-1; MEX 4’39 Gustavo Rosales 0-2; 2nd / 2e : MEX 11’05 Gustavo Rosales 0-3; MEX 7’25 C. Flores 0-4; MEX 4’41 Gustavo Rosales 0-5; MEX 2’42 C. Flores 0-6; MEX 0’23 I. Rodriguez 0-7; 3rd / 3e : MEX 8’30 C. Flores 0-8; MEX 8’20 Ricardo Villalabos 0-9; MEX 0’27 C. Flores 0-10. 2009-06-18 Puerto Vallarta, JA, MEX CAN L 6:8 SLV 1st / 1e : SLV 9’24 Jose Agustin 0-1; SLV 8’21 Jose Agustin 0-2; SLV


2013 CONCACAF BEACH 2013 Concacaf Beach Soccer Championship in Bahamas Championnat de Beach Soccer de la Concacaf, 2013 Coach / entraîneur Djamel Laarabi 2013 CONCACAF BEACH SOCCER CANADA 2013-05-08 Nassau, BAH CAN L 0:10 MEX 1st / 1e : MEX 9’31 Morgan Plata 0-1; MEX 4’55 Angel Rodriguez 0-2; MEX 3’35 Angel Rodriguez 0-3; 2nd / 2e : MEX 7’58 Gustavo Rosales 0-4; 5’20 Morgan Plata 0-5; 3rd / 3e : MEX 10’42 Morgan Plata 0-6; MEX 10’04 Morgan Plata 0-7; MEX 7’02 Angel Rodriguez 0-8; MEX 5’05 Jorge Rodriguez 0-9; MEX 3’47 Ricardo Villalobos 0-10. 2013-05-10 Nassau, BAH CAN W 8:5 TRI 1st / 1e : TRI 10’17 Chad Appoo 0-1; TRI 6’50 Shalun Bobb 0-2; CAN 6’01 Yannick Rome-Gosselin 1-2; CAN 4’59 Yannick RomeGosselin 2-2; 2nd / 2e : CAN 6’44 Yannick Rome-Gosselin 3-2; TRI 4’56 Chad Appoo 3-3; TRI 4’21 David McDougall 3-4; Red card / carton rouge 4’10 (TRI) Elijah Roberts; CAN 4’02 Joé Lachambre 4-4; CAN 0’38 Pascal Aoun 5-4; 3rd / 3e : CAN 9’18 Pascal Aoun 6-4; Red card / carton rouge 9’10 (TRI) Zane Coker; TRI 5’41 Shalun Bobb 6-5; CAN 5’17 Djamel Laarabi 7-5; CAN 2’44 Kyt Selaidopoulos 8-5.

2017 CONCACAF BEACH SOCCER CANADA 2017-02-20 Nassau, BAH CAN W 6:4 BRB 1st / 1e : CAN 11’07 Marc Jankovic 1-0; BRB 8’20 Jamar Grazette 1-1; BRB 7’38 Jamal Chandler 1-2; CAN 0’41 Marc Jankovic 2-2; 2nd / 2e : CAN 9’15 Danilo Pessoa 3-2; CAN 7’49 Marc Jankovic 4-2; BRB 3’44 Andre Pinder 4-3; 3rd / 3e : BRB 1?’10 Tito Gazette 4-4; CAN 9’47 Maxime Leconte 5-4; CAN 7’55 Marc Jankovic 6-4. 2017-02-21 Nassau, BAH CAN L 3:8 MEX 1st / 1e : CAN 5’56 Ian Bennett 1-0; MEX 1’03 Benjamin Mosco 1-1; 2nd / 2e : MEX 8’16 Benjamin Mosco 1-2; MEX 7’18 Jose Ramon Maldonado 1-3; MEX 4’06 Jose Ramon Maldonado 1-4; 3rd / 3e : MEX 11’57 Benjamin Mosco 1-5; CAN 10’32 Daniel Chamale 2-5; MEX 9’28 CAN own goal 2-6; CAN 5’38 Milos Scepanovic 3-6; MEX 5’37 Cesar Saldivar 3-7; MEX 1’12 Cesar Saldivar 3-8. 2017-02-23 Nassau, BAH CAN L 3:4 GLP 1st / 1e : CAN 10’48 Ian Bennett 1-0; GLP 10’46 Damien Granchi 1-1; GLP 1’05 Sébastien Hell 1-2; 2nd / 2e : CAN 10’52 Nazim Belguendouz 2-2; 3rd / 3e : CAN 11’59 Nazim Belguendouz 3-2; GLP 7’08 Sylrick Phirmis 3-3; GLP 6’59 Théo Gelas 3-4. 2017-02-24 Nassau, BAH CAN D 2:2 CRC 2nd / 2e : CRC 11’40 Niels Fallas 0-1; CAN 3’17 Milos Sccepanovic 1-1; 3rd / 3e : CAN 7’59 Ian Bennett 2-1; CRC 1’12 Greivin Pacheco 2-2. 2017-02-25 Nassau, BAH CAN W 6:2 ATG 1st / 1e : CAN 4’33 MIlos Scepanovic 1-0; CAN 3’19 Nazim Belguendouz 2-0; 2nd / 2e : ATG 5’44 Sherwin Warner 2-1; 3rd / 3e : CAN 10’14 Danilo Pessoa 3-1; CAN 9’43 Danilo Pessoa 4-1; CAN 8’12 Jacob Orellana 5-1; CAN 4’27 Maxime Leconte 6-1; ATG 0’41 Shawn Warner 6-2. 2017-02-26 Nassau, BAH CAN L 5:6 CRC 1st / 1e : CRC 11’17 Greivin Pacheco 1-0; CAN 7’32 Milos Scepanovic 1-1; CRC 6’08 Niels Fallas 1-2; 2nd / 2e : CRC 4’23 Danny Johnson 1-3; CRC 3’21 Greivin Pacheco 1-4; CAN 2’01 Marc Jankovic 2-4; 3rd / 3e : CAN 10’31 Jacob Orellana 3-4; CAN 10’10 Danilo Pessoa 4-4; CRC 5’52 Danny Johnson 4-5; CAN 4’04 Milos Scepanovic 5-5; CRC 2’56 Greivin Pacheco 5-6.

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2010 CONCACAF BEACH SOCCER CANADA 2010-12-01 Puerto Vallarta, JA, MEX CAN L 3:6 SLV SLV 2’ Jose Agustin 0-1; SLV 11’ Francisco Velasquez 0-2; CAN 11’ Marcus Johnstone 1-2; SLV 22’ Alexaxnder Torres 1-3; CAN 26’ Marcus Johnstone 2-3; SLV 32’ Alexander Torres 2-4; CAN 34’ Marcus Johnstone 3-4; SLV 37’ Francisco Velasquez 3-5; SLV 41’ F. Velasquez 3-6. 2010-12-02 Puerto Vallarta, JA, MEX CAN L 1:3 MEX MEX 6’ Antonio Barbosa 0-1; CAN 23’ Bruno Xavier 1-1; MEX 25’ Gustavo Rosales 1-2; MEX 27’ Hugo Lopez 1-3. 2010-12-03 Puerto Vallarta, JA, MEX CAN W 4:3 JAM CAN 2’ Jocelyn Roy 1-0; CAN 16’ Tyler Hughes 2-0; CAN 17’ Gagandeep Dosanjh 3-0; JAM 19’ Rohan Reid 3-1; JAM 26’ Rohan Reid 3-2; JAM 38’ Gregory Simpson 3-3; CAN 41’ Bruno Xavier 4-3.

CANADA BEACH

2010 Concacaf Beach Soccer Championship in Mexico Championnat de Beach Soccer de la Concacaf, 2010 Coach / entraîneur Ross Ongaro

2017 CONCACAF BEACH 2017 Concacaf Beach Soccer Championship in Bahamas Championnat de Beach Soccer de la Concacaf, 2017 Coach / entraîneur Kyt Selaidopoulos

CANADA WNT

2010 CONCACAF BEACH

2013-05-10 Nassau, BAH CAN L 0:5 TRI 1st / 1e : TRI 0’09 Chad Appoo 0-1; 2nd / 2e : TRI 9’00 Chad Appoo 0-2; 3rd / 3e : TRI 9’44 Jesse Bailey 0-3; TRI 7’41 Shalun Bobb 0-4; TRI 6’18 Chad Appoo 0-5. 2013-05-11 Nassau, BAH CAN L 3:4 TRI 1st / 1e : TRI 7’51 Makan Hislop 0-1; 2nd / 2e : CAN 8’37 Yannick Rome-Gosselin 1-1; CAN 7’33 Pascal Aoun 2-1; TRI 5’59 Makan Hislop 2-2; CAN 5’40 Olivier Babineau 3-2; 3rd / 3e : TRI 5’12 Chad Appoo 3-3; TRI 4’23 Makan Hislop 3-4.

HALL of FAME

3’01 Joel Zabala 0-3; 2nd / 2e : SLV 11’02 Jose Membreno 0-4; CAN 10’43 Kyle Yamada 1-4; CAN 10’21 Kyle Yamada 2-4; CAN 6’44 Chris Lemire 3-4; SLV 6’43 Alexander Torres 3-5; SLV 5’52 Tomas Hernandez 3-6; CAN 5’31 Paul Dhaliwal 4-6; CAN 0’43 Kyle Yamada 5-6; 3rd / 3e : SLV 10’38 Francisco Velasquez 5-7; CAN 10’23 Kyle Yamada 6-7; SLV 8’31 Joel Zabala 6-8. 2009-06-20 Puerto Vallarta, JA, MEX CAN W 4:3 BAH 1st / 1e : CAN 3’41 Kyle Yamada 1-0; BAH 1’51 Leslie St-Fleur 1-1; 2nd / 2e : CAN 11’01 Kyle Yamada 2-1; CAN 7’32 Kyle Yamada 3-1; BAH 3’17 Ehren Hanna 3-2; CAN 2’28 Jason Miniaci 4-2; BAH 1’58 Gavin Christie.


FUTSAL NATIONAL TEAM / ÉQUIPE NATIONALE DE FUTSAL FIFA WORLD CUPS / LES COUPES DU MONDE DE LA FIFA FIFA Futsal World Cup / Coupe du Monde de Futsal

1989 FUTSAL Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi 1989 FUTSAL CANADA 1989-01-04 Papendal, NED CAN D 4:4 AUS CAN Doug Muirhead; CAN Lucio Ianiero; CAN Norm Odinga; CAN Alex Bunbury; AUS; AUS; AUS; AUS. 1989-01-04 Papendal, NED CAN L 3:5 HUN CAN Eddy Berdusco 1-0; CAN Alex Bunbury 2-0; HUN; HUN; HUN; HUN; HUN; CAN Peter Sarantopoulos.

1989 FIFA FUTSAL FIFA Five-A-Side World Championship Netherlands 1989 Championnat Mondiale de Futsal de la FIFA, Pays-Bas 1989 Coach / entraîneur Bob Lenarduzzi 1989 FIFA FUTSAL CANADA 1989-01-06 S-Hertogenbosch, NED CAN L 1:3 ARG Sportcentrum Maaspoort, att. 1,200 1st / 1e : ARG 8’01 Nicolas Hidalgo 0-1; ARG 16’02 Fernando Lozano 0-2; 2nd / 2e : CAN 40’+2 John Fitzgerald 1-2; ARG 40’+9 Nicolas Hidago 1-3. Red card / carton rouge (ARG) Gabriel Valarin 1989-01-07 Leeuwarden, NED CAN L 0:2 BEL Frieslandhal Stadium, att. 1,500 1st / 1e : BEL 7’01 Eric Maes 0-1; BEL 20’+2 Rudi Schreurs 0-2. 1989-01-08 Leeuwarden, NED CAN W 6:2 JPN Frieslandhal Stadium, att. 1,000 1st / 1e : CAN 1’01 Lucio Ianiero 1-0; JPN 12’02 Tsuyoshi Kitazawa 1-1; CAN 18’03 Tony Nocita 2-1; 2nd / 2e : JPN 28’04 Tsuyoshi Kitazawa 2-2; CAN 31’05 John Fitzgerald 3-2; CAN 40’+1 Eddy Berdusco 4-2; CAN 40’+3 Peter Sarantopoulos 5-2; CAN 40’+8 Alex Bunbury 6-2.

2003 FUTSAL Futsal Tournament in USA / Tournoi international de futsal Coach / entraîneur Ross Ongaro 2003 FUTSAL CANADA 2003-12-05 Anaheim, CA, USA CAN L 3:5 USA 1st / 1e : USA 3’ Steve Butcher 0-1; CAN 9’ Steffen Holdt 1-1; USA 16’ Joel Shanker 1-2; USA Joel Shanker; CAN 20’ Geordie Lyall; 2nd / 2e : USA 22’ Joel Shanker; CAN 22’ Jason Jordan; USA 35’ Don D’Ambra 3-5. 2003-12-06 Anaheim, CA, USA CAN D 2:2 MEX 1st / 1e : CAN 18’ Jason Jordan 1-0; 2nd / 2e : MEX 24’ Carlos Alberto Ramirez 1-1; CAN 32’ Kyt Selaidopoulos 2-1; Red card / carton rouge 33’ (MEX) GK Marcelo Trepman, MEX 35’ Alberto Aguilar 2-2. 2003-12-07 Anaheim, CA, USA CAN W 5:3 GUA 1st / 1e : CAN 1’ Kyt Selaidopoulos 1-0; 2nd / 2e : CAN 21’ Chris Sarantopoulos 2-0; GUA 25’ Erick Acevedo 2-1; CAN 28’ Alfredo Valente 3-1; Red cards / cartons rouge 32’ Jason Jordan & (GUA) Carlos Estrada; CAN 33’ Chris Sarantopoulos 4-1; CAN 37’ Geordie Lyall 5-1; GUA 40’ Erick Acevedo 5-2; GUA 40’ Marlon Noj 5-3.

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2004 CONCACAF FUTSAL 2004 Concacaf Futsal Championship in Panama Championnat de futsal de la Concacaf, Panama 2004 Coach / entraîneur Ross Ongaro 2004 CONCACAF FUTSAL CANADA 2004-05-21 Ciudad Panamá, PAN CAN W 5:4 PAN 1st / 1e : PAN 3’ Gilberto Rangel 0-1; CAN 5’ Tiarnan King 1-1; PAN 7’ Apolinar Gálvez 1-2; PAN 10’ Gilberto Rangel 1-3; PAN 11’ Moisés Williams 1-4; CAN 14’ Kyt Selaidopoulos 2-4; 2nd / 2e : CAN 29’ Kyt Selaidopoulos 3-4; CAN 37’ Gordon Chin 4-4; CAN 38’ Jaime LoPresti 5-4. 2004-05-22 Ciudad Panamá, PAN CAN L 1:7 PAN 1st / 1e : PAN 10’ Moisés Williams 0-1; CAN 14’ Jaime LoPresti 1-1; PAN 15’ Juan Murillo 1-2; PAN 19’ Apolinar Gálvez 1-3; 2nd / 2e : PAN 28’ Enrique Valdés 1-4; PAN 35’ Juan Murillo 1-5; PAN 37’ Apolinar Gálvez 1-6; PAN 38’ Ameth De Leon 1-7.

2008 FUTSAL 2008 IV Grand Prix Futsal / IV Grand Prix de Futsal Coach / entraîneur Ross Ongaro 2008 FUTSAL CANADA 2008-05-31 Fortaleza, BRA CAN L 0:5 UKR 1st / 1e : UKR 0’46 Ukraine 0-1; 2nd / 2e : UKR 24’15 Mykhaylo Romanov 0-2; UKR 27’26 Valerii Zamlatin 0-3; UKR 35’02 Dmytro Sil’chenko 0-4’; UKR 35’58 Dmytro Sil’chenko 0-5. 2008-06-01 Fortaleza, BRA CAN L 2:6 MOZ 1st / 1e : MOZ 9’24 Orlando Vasco 0-1; CAN 10’13 Matthew Rios 1-1; CAN 13’10 Adolfo Mella 2-1; MOZ 15’03 David Mondiane 2-2; MOZ 19’50 Oscar Massingue 2-3; 2nd / 2e : MOZ 23’45 Ricardo Muendane 2-4; MOZ 26’36 Saccor Romena 2-5; MOZ 29’42 Marcio Sousa 2-6. 2008-06-03 Fortaleza, BRA CAN L 1:2 COL 1st / 1e : CAN 10’56 Desmond Humphrey 0-1; 2nd / 2e : COL 26’29 Andres Murillo 1-1; COL 37’17 Camilo Gomez 1-2. 2008-06-04 Fortaleza, BRA CAN L 2:3 URU 1st / 1e : CAN 4’30 Fitzroy Christie 0-1; CAN 6’09 Desmond Humphrey 2-0; 2nd / 2e : URU 34’45 Andres D’Alessandro 2-1; URU 38’46 Fabian Hernandez 2-2; URU 39’59 Martin Hernandez 2-3. 2008-06-05 Fortaleza, BRA CAN L 2:3 CHI 1st / 1e : CHI 9’46 Jorge Smith 0-1; 2nd / 2e : CHI 24’57 Diego Sepulveda 0-2; CAN 35’40 Adolfo Mella 1-2; CAN 36’53 Alvaro Yaques 2-2; ET : CHI 45’42 Jorge Smith 2-3. 2008-06-07 Fortaleza, BRA CAN L 1:4 PER 1st / 1e : PER 9’55 Joaquim Castrillon 0-1; CAN 10’58 Eduardo Jauregui 1-1; 2nd / 2e : PER 20’17 Victor Vallejos 1-2; PER 32’02 Carlos Herrera 1-3; PER 39’48 Enrique Fernandes 1-4. Red card / carton rouge : Eduardo Jauregui


2012 CONCACAF QUALIFIERS CANADA 2012-06-28 Ciudad Guatemala, GUA CAN L 1:4 SLV 1st / 1e : SLV 3’ Rene Rosales 0-1; CAN 3’ Alex Elliott 1-1; SLV 19’ Rene Rosales 1-2; 2nd / 2e : SLV 27’ Rene Rosales 1-3; SLV 36’ Rene Rosales 1-4. 2012-06-29 Ciudad Guatemala, GUA CAN W 6:2 SLV 1st / 1e : CAN 14’ SLV own goal 1-0; CAN 14’ Alvaro Yaques 2-0; 2nd / 2e : CAN 22’ Louis-Charles Laliberté 3-0; CAN 26’ Alex Elliott 4-0; SLV 32’ Rene Rosales 4-1; SLV 40’ Rene Rosales 4-2; CAN 40’ Matthew Rios 5-2; CAN 40’ Joshua Lemos 6-2. 2012 CONCACAF FUTSAL CANADA 2012-07-02 Ciudad Guatemala, GUA CAN L 3:7 GUA 1st / 1e : CAN 9’ GUA own goal 1-0; CAN 10’ Matthew Rios 2-0; GUA 12’ Alan Aguilar 2-1; GUA 12’ Humberto Escobar 2-2; CAN 16’ Alvaro Yaques 3-2; GUA Humberto Escobar 3-3; 2nd / 2e : GUA 23’ Humbero Escobar 3-4; GUA 24’ William Ramirez 3-5; GUA 24’ Pablo Estrada 3-6; GUA 34’ Humberto Escobar 3-7. Red card / carton rouge 24’ Alvaro Yaques 2012-07-03 Ciudad Guatemala, GUA CAN L 2:3 USA 1st / 1e : CAN 7’ Bruno Xavier 1-0; USA 17’ Patrick Healey 1-1; 2nd / 2e : USA 30’ Bryan Perez 1-2; CAN 31’ Ian Bennett 2-2; USA 33’ Kraig Chiles 2-3. 2012-07-04 Ciudad Guatemala, GUA CAN L 5:8 PAN 1st / 1e : PAN Oscar Hinks 0-1; CAN Steve De Blasio 1-1; CAN Steve De Blasio 2-1; PAN 13’ Miguel Lasso 2-2; PAN Aquis Alvarado; PAN Claudio Goodridge; PAN Miguel Lasso; CAN Matthew Rios; 2nd / 2e : CAN Mattew Rios 4-5; PAN Carlos Perez 4-6; CAN Oscar Hinks 4-7; CAN Alvaro Yaques; PAN Carlos Perez. Red card / carton rouge (PAN) 20’ Claudio Goodridge Red card / carton rouge 35’ Bruno Xavier

2016 FUTSAL International Friendy Match / match amical international Coach / entraîneur Kyt Selaidopoulos 2016 FUTSAL CANADA 2016-05-01 Heredia, CRC CAN W 3:0 HON 2nd / 2e : CAN 28’ Jacob Orellana 1-0; CAN 34’ Nazim Belguendouz 2-0; CAN 39’ Nazim Belguendouz 3-0. 2016 Concacaf Futsal Championship in Costa Rica Championnat de futsal de la Concacaf, Costa Rica 2016 Coach / entraîneur Kyt Selaidopoulos

2018 FUTSAL International Friendy / match amical international Coach / entraîneur Kyt Selaidopoulos 2018 FUTSAL CANADA 2018-01-18 Hatillo, San José, CRC CAN L 4:5 CRC 1st / 1e : CRC Milinton Tijerino 0-1; CAN Reda Agourram 1-1; CRC Josue Murillo 1-2; CRC Yariel Sandí 1-3; CAN Nazim Belguendouz 2-3; 2nd / 2e : CRC Adonay Vindas 2-4; CAN Diyaeddine Abzi 3-4; CRC Juan Alonso Cordero 3-5; CAN Nazim Belguendouz 4-5. 2018-01-20 Hatillo, San José, CRC CAN L 0:5 CRC 1st / 1e : CRC 0-1; CRC 0-2; CRC 0-3; CRC 0-4; 2nd / 2e : CRC 0-5.

2020 FUTSAL

CANADA SOCCER

2016 CONCACAF FUTSAL CANADA 2016-05-04 Hatillo, San José, CRC CAN L 2:3 CRC 1st / 1e : CAN 4’36 Federico Moojen 1-0; CRC 19’36 Erick Brenes 1-1; 2nd / 2e : CRC 21’17 Luis Paniagua 1-2; CRC 34’42 Erick Brenes 1-3; CAN 36’36 Federico Moojen 2-3. 2016-05-09 Hatillo, San José, CRC CAN W 7:4 CUW 1st / 1e : CAN 0’55 Nazim Belguendouz 1-0; CUW 5’36 Djuric Ascencion 1-1; CUW 15’33 Every Janzen 1-2; CAN 16’36 Daniel Chamale 2-2; CAN 16’51 Marco Rodriguez 3-2; 2nd / 2e : CAN 20’17 Vahid Assadpour 4-2; CUW 27’26 Every Janzen 4-3; CAN 28’56 Nazim Belguendouz 5-3; CUW 33’23 Djuric Ascencion 5-4; CAN 33’51 Federico Moojen 6-4; CAN 34’55 Eduardo Jauregui 7-4. 2016-05-09 Hatillo, San José, CRC CAN L 4:7 CUB 1st / 1e : CUB 14’07 Reynier Fiallo 0-1; CAN 17’21 Ian Bennett 1-1; 2nd / 2e : CUB 26’45 Reynier Fiallo 1-2; CUB 28’02 Reynier Fiallo 1-3; CUB 28’56 Daniel Hernandez 1-4; CUB 29’27 Jhonnet Martinez 1-5; CAN 33’07 Federico Moojen 2-5’ CAN 33’23 Federico Moojen 3-5; CAN 35’20 Vahid Assadpour 4-5; CUB 36’08 Reinier Socarras 4-6; CUB 38’02 Brenieht Suarez 4-7.

CANADA MNT

2012 Concacaf Futsal Championship in Guatemala Championnat de futsal de la Concacaf, Guatemala 2012 Coach / entraîneur Sipho Sibiya

CANADA FUTSAL

2012 FUTSAL CANADA 2012-06-23 Heredia, CRC CAN L 1:2 CRC 1st / 1e : CRC 3’ Diego Zuñiga 0-1; CAN 19’ Alex Elliott 1-1; 2nd / 2e : CRC 40’ Michael Cordoba 1-2. 2012-06-24 Heredia, CRC CAN L 0:4 CRC 1st / 1e : CRC 13’ Diego Zuñiga 0-1; 2nd / 2e : CRC 28’ Jose Antonio Guevara 0-2; CRC 28’ Erick Brenes 0-3; CRC 37’ Junior Rodriguez 0-4.

CANADA WNT

International Friendy / match amical international Coach / entraîneur Sipho Sibiya

2016 CONCACAF QUALIFIERS CANADA 2016-05-04 Hatillo, San José, CRC CAN D 4:4 USA 1st / 1e : USA 19’17 Franck Tayou 0-1; 2nd / 2e : USA 27’20 Patrick Healey 0-2; USA 28’52 Nelson Santana 0-3; CAN 29’38 Ian Bennett 1-3; CAN 35’58 Matias Dimarco 2-3; CAN 36’20 Nazim Belguendouz 3-3; CAN 37’50 Jacob Orellana 4-3; USA 39’36 Daniel Mattos. 2016-05-04 Hatillo, San José, CRC CAN W 5:3 USA 1st / 1e : CAN 13’26 Robert Renaud 1-0; USA 14’13 Adriano Dos Santos 1-1; CAN 16’18 Robert Renaud 2-1; 2nd / 2e : CAN 21’03 CAN own goal 3-1; CAN 24’18 Ian Bennett 4-1; CAN 28’24 Robert Renaud 5-1; USA 37’13 Tony Donatelli 5-2; USA 38’26 Daniel Mattos 5-3.

International Friendy / match amical international Coach / entraîneur Kyt Selaidopoulos 2020 FUTSAL CANADA 2020-01-31 San Rafael, CRC CAN W 2:1 CRC 1st / 1e : CAN Nazim Belguendouz 1-0; CRC Gilbert Garro 1-1; 2nd / 2e : CAN Mohamed Farsi 2-1. 2020-02-01 San Rafael, CRC CAN W 2:2 CRC 1st / 1e : CRC Gilbert Garro 0-1; CAN CRC owngoal 1-1; 2nd / 2e : CRC Jean Carlo Salas 1-2; CAN CRC owngoal 2-2.

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PARA SOCCER NATIONAL TEAM / ÉQUIPE NATIONALE DE PARA SOCCER IFCPF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS / CHAMPIONNATS MONDIALS IFCPF IFCPF 2005 USA 2007 Brazil 2009 Netherlands 2011 Netherlands 2015 England

FINAL / FINALE 11th 12th 9th 12th 10th

2017 Argentina 2019 Spain :: 2005 - 2019

IFCPF APPEARANCES Most games at the World Championships / Le plus de matchs joués au cours des Championnats mondials Hodgson, Dustin 29 Brown, Matthew 20 Charron, Samuel 18 Heffernan, Nicholas 15 Phillips, John 14

2005 PARA WORLDS 2005 CP-ISRA World Championship in USA Championnat Mondial AISL-PC, USA 2005 Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson

Place : 11th / 11e

2005 CANADA PARA SOCCER GROUP / GROUPE 2005-06-30 New London, CT, USA CAN L 0:6 USA USA 0-1; USA 0-2; USA 0-3; USA 0-4; USA 0-5; USA 0-6 2005-07-02 New London, CT, USA CAN L 0:4 RUS RUS 0-1; RUS 0-2; RUS 0-3; RUS 0-4. 2005-07-05 New London, CT, USA CAN W 2:1 AUS CAN Dustin Hodgson; CAN Todd Phillips; AUS 2005 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2005-07-07 New London, CT, USA CAN Dustin Hodgson; RSA ??; RSA ?? 2005-07-08 New London, CT, USA ESP 0-1; ESP 0-2; ESP 0-3 2005-07-09 New London, CT, USA CAN Dan Kaemingk 1-0

PLACE 9-16 CAN L 1:2 RSA CAN L 0:3 ESP CAN W 1:0 JPN

2006 CANADA PARA CANADA CAN L 0:4 USA CAN L 0:4 USA

2007 PARAPANAMERICAN Parapanamerican Games Rio 2007 Jeux parapanaméricains de Rio 2007 Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson Stadium / stade : Centro de Hockey sobre Cesped 2007 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2007-08-13 Rio de Janeiro, BRA CAN 5’ Sefik Smajlovic 1-0

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IFCPF GOALS Most goals scored / Le plus de buts Charron, Samuel 14 Ackinclose, Jamie 9 Hodgson, Dustin 9 Stiles, Trevor 7 Brown, Matthew 6 IFCPF CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets / Blanchissages Kleimeer, Cameron 3 Wojtiw, Damien 3

ARG 47’ Claudio Moringio 1-1 ARG 54’ Mariano Morana 1-2 2007-08-15 Rio de Janeiro, BRA CAN 5’ Matthew Brown 1-0 CAN 6’ Matthew Brown 2-0 CAN 10’ Dustin Hodgson 3-0 CAN 24’ Dustin Hodgson 4-0 CAN 27’ Dustin Hodgson 5-0 CAN 29’ Scot van den Boogaard 6-0 CAN 37’ Jeff Buckland 7-0 CAN 41’ Scot van den Boogaard 8-0 CAN 56’ Scot van den Boogaard 9-0 2007-08-16 Rio de Janeiro, BRA BRA 2’ Jose Guimaraes 0-1 BRA 7’ Luciano Rocha 0-2 BRA 14’ Fabiano Bruzzi 0-3 BRA 30’ Jose Guimaraes 0-4 BRA 32’ Luciano Rocha 0-5 BRA 41’ Luciano Rocha 0-6 BRA 51’ Flavio Pereira 0-7

CAN W 9:0 COL

CAN L 0:7 BRA

2007 CANADA PARA SOCCER MATCH 3/4 2007-08-18 Rio de Janeiro, BRA CAN W 1:0 USA CAN 51’ Matthew Brown 1-0 Canada won bronze / Le Canada gagne le medaille bronze

International Friendy Match / match amical international Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson 2006 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2006-10-xx San Diego, CA, USA USA 0-1; USA 0-2; USA 0-3; USA 0-4 2006-10-xx San Diego, CA, USA USA 0-1; USA 0-2; USA 0-3; USA 0-4

13th 12th 16W-1D-23L

Bronze

GROUP / GROUPE CAN L 1:2 ARG

2007 PARA WORLDS 2007 CP-ISRA World Championship in Brazil Championnat Mondial AISL-PC, Brazil 2007 Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson Stadium / stade : Estádio de Deodoro 2007 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2007-11-06 Rio de Janeiro, BRA UKR 5’ Volodmyr Kabanov 0-1 UKR 8’ Taras Dutko 0-2 UKR 15’ Olexiy Hetun 0-3 UKR 24’ Olexiy Hetun 0-4 UKR 28’ Andriy Tsukanov 0-5 UKR 39’ Taras Dutko 0-6 UKR 48’ Ivan Shkvarlo 0-7 2007-11-08 Rio de Janeiro, BRA IRL 24’ Paul Dollard 0-1

Place : 12th / 12e GROUP / GROUPE CAN L 0:7 UKR

CAN L 0:2

IRL


SF PLACE 9-12 CAN L 0:3 ARG

2007 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2007-11-16 Rio de Janeiro, BRA CAN Dustin Hodgson CAN ?? AUS ?? AUS ?? AUS ?? AUS ?? AUS ??

MATCH 11/12 CAN L 2:5 AUS

5e Copa América de Fútbol 7PC, Argentina 2010 Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson Stadium / stade : Estadio Boca Junior

International Tournament / Tournoi international Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson Stadium / stade : McLeod Park CANADA CAN L 0:5 ARG

CAN W 1:0 AUS CAN L 1:6 RUS

CAN W 1:0 AUS

2009 PARA WORLDS 2009 CP-ISRA World Championship in Netherlands Championnat Mondial AISL-PC, Pays-Bas 2009 Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson Place : 9th / 9e Stadium / stade : Papendal 2009 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2009-10-23 Arnhem, NED

CAN W 8:0 JPN

2010 COPA AMÉRICA

2008 CANADA PARA

2008 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2008-05-30 Langley, BC, CAN ARG 3’ Mariano Morana 0-1 ARG 8’ Claudio Conte 0-2 ARG 17’ Mariano Morana 0-3 ARG 31’ Mariano Morana 0-4 ARG 53’ Claudio Conte 0-5 2008-05-31 Langley, BC, CAN CAN 55’ Sefik Smaljovic 1-0 2008-06-01 Langley, BC, CAN RUS 3’ Andrey Kuvaev 0-1 RUS 6’ Andrey Kuvaev 0-2 RUS 17’ Andrey Kuvaev 0-3 RUS 38’ Stanislav Kolvkhalov 0-4 CAN 47’ Ross MacDonald 1-4 RUS 48’ Igor Potchkin 1-5 RUS 51’ Alexey Tumakov 1-6 2008-06-03 Langley, BC, CAN CAN 57’ Dustin Hodgson 1-0

CAN W 3:0 USA

WORLD CAN L 1:5 IRN

CANADA SOCCER

2007 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2007-11-14 Rio de Janeiro, BRA ARG ?? ARG ?? ARG ??

CAN L 0:3 NED

CANADA MNT

QF PLACE 9-16 CAN W 7:1 RSA

Place : 7th / 7e

2010 CANADA PARA SOCCER GROUP / GROUPE 2010-10-18 Buenos Aires, ARG CAN L 1:6 USA CAN 2’ Brendon McAdam 1-0 USA 31’ Josh McKinney (PK) 1-1 USA 34’ Martnell Vazquez 1-2 USA 38’ Adam Ballou 1-3 USA 40’ Tyler Bennett 1-4 USA 44’ Martnell Vazquez 1-5 USA 58’ Josh McKinney 1-6 2010-10-20 Buenos Aires, ARG CAN W 4:0 VEN CAN 2’ Jeremy Baird 1-0 CAN 4’ Geoff Wakefield 2-0 CAN 7’ Jamie Ackinclose 3-0 (a. Wakefield) CAN 12’ Jamie Ackinclose 4-0 (a. Wakefield) 2010-10-22 Buenos Aires, ARG CAN L 0:1 ARG ARG 26’ Mariano Morana 0-1 2010 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2010-10-24 Buenos Aires, ARG BRA 8’ Wanderson Oliveira 0-1 BRA 15’ Wanderson Oliveira 0-2 BRA 25’ Renato Lima 0-3 BRA 36’ Wanderson Oliveira 0-4 BRA 48’ Wanderson Oliveira 0-5 BRA 60’ Jose Guimaraes

PLACE 5-8 CAN L 0:6 BRA

2010 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2010-10-26 Buenos Aires, ARG CAN 7’ Dustin Hodgson 1-0 CAN 10’ Geoff Wakefield 2-0 CAN 12’ Jamie Ackinclose 3-0 CAN 19’ Jamie Ackinclose 4-0 CAN 25’ Geoff Wakefield 5-0 MEX 34’ Juan Aleman 5-1 MEX 37’ Juan Aleman 5-2 MEX 47’ Rogelio Constantino 5-3 MEX 60’ Juan Aleman 5-4

MATCH 7/8 CAN W 5:4 MEX

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CANADA PARA

2007 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2007-11-12 Rio de Janeiro, BRA CAN Matthew Brown CAN Matthew Brown CAN Matthew Brown CAN Dustin Hodgson CAN ?? CAN ?? CAN ?? RSA ??

CAN 18’ Sefik Smajlovic 1-0 IRN 30’ Moslem Akbari 1-1 IRN 30’+2 Ehsan Gholamhossein 1-2 IRN 32’ Moslem Akbari 1-3 IRN 52’ Bahman Ansari 1-4 IRN 54’ Abdolreza Karimizadeh 1-5 2009-10-25 Arnhem, NED NED 4’ Martjin van de Ven 0-1 NED 10’ Stephan Lokhoff 0-2 NED 47’ John Swinkels 0-3 2009-10-27 Arnhem, NED CAN 15’ Matthew Brown 1-0 CAN 24’ Sefik Smajlovic 2-0 CAN 34’ Sefik Smajlovic 3-0 2009-10-29 Arnhem, NED CAN 2’ Sefik Smajlovic 1-0 CAN 11’ Jimmy Jordan 2-0 CAN 16’ Sefik Smajlovic 3-0 CAN 19’ Dustin Hodgson 4-0 CAN 24’ Vito Proietti 5-0 CAN 36’ Scot van den Boogaard 6-0 CAN 43’ Dustin Hodgson 7-0 CAN 58’ Zachary Murdock 8-0

CANADA WNT

CAN W 2:0 JPN

HALL of FAME

IRL 40’ Gary Messet 0-2 2007-11-10 Rio de Janeiro, BRA CAN Matthew Brown; CAN ??


2011 CANADA PARA International Tournament / Tournoi international Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson Stadium / stade : Campo de Futbol do Cerco 2011 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2011-04-11 Porto, POR CAN CAN 15’ Geoff Wakefield 1-0 (a. Brown) CAN 40’ Joe Resendes 2-0 (a. McAdam) CAN 44’ Brendon McAdam 3-0 (a. Hodgson) CAN 50’ Matthew Brown 4-0 CAN 54’ Brendon McAdam 5-0 CAN 58’ Dustin Hodgson 6-0 CAN 60’ Matthew Brown 7-0 2011-04-12 Porto, POR CAN NED 10’ Stephan Lockhoff 0-1 NED 22’ Lars Conjin 0-2 NED 29’ Iljas Visker 0-3 NED 56’ Iljas Visker 0-4 2011-04-13 Porto, POR CAN CAN 4’ Brendon McAdam 1-0 (a. Hodgson) CAN 11’ Dustin Hodgson 2-0 (a. McAdam) MEX 21’ Juan Aleman 2-1 CAN 40’ Geoff Wakefield 3-1 MEX 47’ Juan Aleman 3-2 2011-04-15 Porto, POR CAN NED 19’ Dennis Straatman (PK) 0-1 CAN 32’ Matthew Brown 1-1 NED 55’ Stephan Lockhoff 1-2 NED 57’ Dennis Straatman 1-3

CANADA W 7:0 POR

SF PLACE 9-12 CAN L 0:6 IRL

2011 CANADA PARA SOCCER MATCH 11/12 2011-06-30 Drenthe, NED CAN L 0:2 AUS AUS 49’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-1 (o.g.) Red card / carton rouge 40’ Geoff Wakefield AUS 56’ Ben Roche 0-2 L 0:4 NED

W 3:2 MEX

L 1:3 NED

2011 PARA WORLDS 2011 CP-ISRA World Championship in Netherlands Championnat Mondial AISL-PC, Pays-Bas 2011 Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson Place : 12th / 12e Stadium / stade : SC angelslo, VV de Weide, Achilles 1984 2011 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2011-06-18 Drenthe, NED CAN 6’ Matthew Brown 1-0 CAN 7’ Jamie Ackinclose 2-0 CAN 19’ Jamie Ackinclose 3-0 CAN 26’ Jamie Ackinclose 4-0 CAN 46’ Brendon McAdam 5-0 CAN 48’ Dustin Hodgson 6-0 2011-06-20 Drenthe, NED UKR 16’ Denys Ponomaryov 0-1 UKR 24’ Denys Ponomaryov 0-2 UKR 30’+2 Taras Dutko 0-3 UKR 39’ Denys Ponomaryov 0-4 UKR 49’ Denys Ponomaryov 0-5 2011-06-22 Drenthe, NED SCO 6’ Mark Robertson 0-1 SCO 18’ Jonathan Paterson 0-2 SCO 31’ Thomas Brown 0-3 CAN 34’ Dustin Hodgson 1-3 SCO 58’ Thomas Brown 1-4

GROUP / GROUPE CAN W 6:0 FIN

2011 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2011-06-25 Drenthe, NED CAN 14’ Jeremy Baird 1-0 ESP 18’ Raul Pacheco 1-1 ESP 36’ Ramdon del Pino 1-2 CAN 39’ Jamie Ackinclose 2-2 CAN 44’ Jamie Ackinclose 3-2

QF PLACE 9-16 CAN W 3:2 ESP

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2011 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2011-06-29 Drenthe, NED IRL 9’ Gary Mesett 0-1 IRL 21’ Eric Flaherty 0-2 IRL 32’ Jason Moran 0-3 IRL 50’ Joe Markey 0-4 IRL 51’ Gary Mesett 0-5 IRL 60’ Joe Markey 0-6

2011 CANADA PARA International Friendy Match / match amical international Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson Stadium / stade : Arco Olympic 2011 CANADA PARA SOCCER INTERNATIONAL 2011-12-01 Chula Vista, CA, USA CAN W 4:2 USA CAN 16’ Dustin Hodgson 1-0 (a. Stiles) CAN 40’ Sean Freeman 2-0 (a. Wakefield) USA 46’ Josh McKinney 2-1 CAN 50’ Trevor Stiles 3-1 (a. Wakefield) USA 52’ Adam Ballou 3-2 CAN 55’ Trevor Stiles 4-2 2011-12-02 Chula Vista, CA, USA CAN W 4:2 USA CAN 1’ Dustin Hodgson 1-0 (a. Wakefield) CAN 12’ Geoff Wakefield 2-0 USA 18’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 2-1 (o.g.) CAN 26’ Dustin Hodgson 3-1 (a. Stiles) USA 28’ Adam Ballou 3-2 CAN 34’ Trevor Stiles (FK) 4-2 2011-12-03 Chula Vista, CA, USA CAN L 2:3 USA CAN 16’ Trevor Stiles 1-0 CAN 20’ Trevor Stiles 2-0 USA 29’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 2-1 (o.g.) USA 36’ Josh McKinney 2-2 USA 52’ Josh McKinney 2-3

2012 CANADA PARA CAN L 0:5 UKR

CAN L 1:4 SCO

International Tournament / Tournoi international Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson Stadium / stade : Agapito Fernandez 2012 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2012-06-08 Barcelona, ESP CAN 2’ Trevor Stiles 1-0 CAN 5’ Jamie Ackinclose 2-0 CAN 10’ Trevor Stiles 3-0 CAN 17’ Trevor Stiles 4-0 CAN 23’ Trevor Stiles 5-0 CAN 36’ Geoff Wakefield 6-0 CAN 41’ Sean Freeman 7-0 CAN 46’ Brendon McAdam 8-0 CAN 51’ Samuel Charron 9-0 CAN 56’ Sean Freeman 10-0 2012-06-08 Barcelona, ESP CAN 25’ Trevor Stiles 1-0 CAN 28’ Trevor Stiles 2-0 CAN 46’ Jamie Ackinclose 3-0

CANADA CAN W 10:0 DEN

CAN W 3:0 NIR


CANADA 8:0 AUS

0:7 ENG

3:0 AUS

2013 CANADA PARA International Tournament / Tournoi international Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson Stadium / stade : ZEM Jaume Tubau 2013 CANADA PARA SOCCER INTERNATIONAL 2013-07-27 Sant Cugat, ESP CAN W 6:1 ESP ESP 16’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-1 (o.g.) CAN 30’+1 J. Ackinclose 1-1 (a. Hodgson) ; head (CK) tête CAN 38’ Matthew Brown 2-1 (a. Stanley) CAN 41’ Samuel Charron 3-1 (a. Duehrsen) CAN 49’ Matthew Brown 4-1 (a. Ackinclose) Red card / carton rouge 54’ Pacheco CAN 56’ Matthew Brown 5-1 (a. Stanley) CAN 60’ Matthew Brown 6-1 (a. Stanley) 2013-07-30 Sant Cugat, ESP CAN L 0:8 NED NED 2’ Lokhoff 0-1 NED 7’ Arends 0-2 NED 17’ Lokhoff 0-3 NED 25’ Arends 0-4 NED 33’ Arends 0-5 NED 40’ Conjin 0-6 NED 46’ Visker 0-7 NED 52’ Visker 0-8

2014 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2014-09-19 Toronto, ON, CAN ARG 11’ Rodrigo Lugrin 0-1 CAN 13’ Trevor Stiles 1-1 ARG 21’ Mariano Morana 1-2 ARG 28’ Brian Vivot 1-3 CAN 29’ Trevor Stiles (FK) 2-3 CAN 38’ Trevor Stiles 3-3 2014-09-20 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN 37’ Trevor Stiles 1-0 (a. Charron) CAN 44’ Samuel Charron 2-0

GROUP / GROUPE CAN D 3:3 ARG

CAN W 2:0 VEN

2014 CANADA PARA SOCCER SEMI / DEMI 2014-09-24 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 1:6 BRA BRA 10’ Cleiton de Oliveira 0-1 BRA 16’ Diego Silva 0-2 BRA 35’ Wanderson de Oliveira 0-3 BRA 41’ Marcos Yuri 0-4 BRA 51’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-5 (o.g.) BRA 53’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-6 (o.g.) CAN 59’ Trevor Stiles (FK) 1-6 2014 CANADA PARA SOCCER MATCH 3/4 2014-09-26 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 0:3 USA USA 6’ Gavin Sibayan 0-1 USA 15’ Kevin Hensley 0-2 USA 21’ Gavin Sibayan 0-3

2015 PARA WORLDS 2015 CP-ISRA World Championship in England Championnat Mondial AISL-PC, Angleterre 2015 Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson Place : 10th / 10e Stadium / stade : St. George’s Centre

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CANADA WNT

1:1 ARG

Place : 4th / 4e

CANADA PARA

2014 COPA AMÉRICA 6e Copa América de Fútbol 7PC, Canada 2014 Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson Stadium / stade : University of Toronto

HALL of FAME

2013 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2013-04-24 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN W CAN 2’ Jamie Ackinclose (head CK tête) 1-0 (a. Brown) CAN 18’ Samuel Charron 2-0 (a. Hodgson) CAN 32’ Matthew Brown 3-0 CAN 41’ Jamie Ackinclose 4-0 (interception) CAN 46’ Samuel Charron 5-0 (a. Brown) CAN 52’ Jamie Ackinclose 6-0 (a. Charron) CAN 54’ Jamie Ackinclose 7-0 CAN 56’ Sean Freeman 8-0 2013-04-24 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN L ENG 3’ Michael Barker 0-1 ENG 11’ Ibrahima Diallo 0-2 ENG 24’ Thomas Smith 0-3 ENG 40’ Ibrahima Diallo 0-4 ENG 51’ Thomas Smith 0-5 ENG 53’ Michael Barker 0-6 ENG 54’ Michael Barker 0-7 2013-04-26 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN D ARG 12’ Fabio Miguel Coria 0-1 CAN 32’ Samuel Charron 1-1 2013-04-28 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN W CAN 1’ Jamie Ackinclose 1-0 (interception) CAN 51’ Trevor Stiles 2-0 (a. Charron) CAN 60’ Dustin Hodgson 3-0 (a. Charron)

CANADA SOCCER

2013 CANADA PARA International Tournament / Tournoi international Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson Stadium / stade : Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard

2013-08-01 Sant Cugat, ESP CAN L 2:5 SCO CAN 5’ Trevor Stiles 1-0 (a. Hodgson) SCO ?? 1-1 SCO ?? 1-2 SCO ?? 1-3 CAN 57’ Trevor Stiles 2-3 (a. Stanley) SCO ?? 2-4 SCO ?? 2-5 2013-08-04 Sant Cugat, ESP CAN W 2:0 VEN CAN 4’ Liam Stanley 1-0 (a. Brown) CAN 36’ Jamie Ackinclose 2-0 (a. Brown) ; head (CK) tête 2013-08-07 Sant Cugat, ESP CAN D 5:5 POR POR 6’ Ferreira 0-1 POR 9’ Santos 0-2 CAN 19’ POR own goal / but contre son camp 1-2 (o.g.) POR 35’ Ramos 1-3 POR 45’ Ferreira 1-4 CAN 52’ POR own goal / but contre son camp 2-4 (o.g. Oliveira) CAN 55’ Matthew Brown 3-4 (a. Stiles) CAN 58’ Trevor Stiles 4-4 (a. Brown) POR 69’ e.t. Ramos 4-5 CAN 75’ Dustin Hodgson 5-5 Red card / carton rouge 76’ John Phillips Canada wins 2-1 on kicks / le Canada gagne 2-1 aux tirs 2013-08-10 Sant Cugat, ESP CAN L 0:1 ENG ENG Smith 0-1

CANADA MNT

2012-06-09 Barcelona, ESP CAN W 6:1 NED CAN 22’ Dustin Hodgson 1-0 CAN 24’ Jamie Ackinclose 2-0 CAN 28’ Trevor Stiles 3-0 CAN 34’ Dustin Hodgson 4-0 CAN 51’ Matthew Brown (PK) 5-0 CAN - NED own goal / but contre son camp 6-0 (o.g.) NED 60’ Rik Rodenburg 6-1


2015 CANADA PARA SOCCER GROUP / GROUPE 2015-06-17 Burton, ENG CAN W 3:1 NIR CAN 1’ (10 sec.) Dustin Hodgson 1-0 NIR 32’ Cormac Birt (FK) 1-1 CAN 37’ Trevor Stiles 2-1 CAN 48’ Samuel Charron 3-1 (a. Stiles) 2015-06-19 Burton, ENG CAN L 0:2 ARG ARG 9’ Matias Fernandez 0-1 (a. Cortes) ARG 41’ Matias Bassi 0-2 (a. Lugrin) 2015-06-21 Burton, ENG CAN L 1:4 NED CAN 1’ (34sec) Sam. Charron 1-0 (a. J.Phillips) ; l. / gauche Red card / carton rouge 9’ Matthew Brown NED 25’ Iljas Visker 1-1 (a. Conijn) NED 49’ Peter Kooij 1-2 NED 60’+ Jeroen Saedt 1-3 NED 60’+ Lars Conijn 1-4 2015 CANADA PARA SOCCER QF PLACE 9-16 2015-06-23 Burton, ENG CAN W 2:1 VEN VEN 20’ Yessi Yari 0-1 CAN 36’ Trevor Stiles 1-1 CAN 44’ Trevor Stiles 2-1 (rebound / rebonde) Red card / carton rouge 56’ Jose Quintana 2015 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2015-06-25 Burton, ENG CAN 32’ Trevor Stiles 1-0 (a. Proietti)

SF PLACE 9-12 CAN W 1:0 POR

2015 CANADA PARA SOCCER MATCH 9/10 2015-06-27 Burton, ENG CAN L 3:5 SCO SCO 38’ Kyle Hannin 0-1 (a. Robertson) SCO 41’ Martin Hickman 0-2 CAN 45’ Trevor Stiles 1-2 (a. Charron) CAN 56’ Trevor Stiles 2-2 (a. Charron) SCO 64’ e.t. Ian Paton 2-3 CAN 66’ e.t. Trevor Stiles 3-3 (a. Hodgson) SCO 78’ e.t. Jonathan Paterson 3-4 SCO 80’ e.t. Bryan Halloran 3-5

2015 PARAPANAMERICAN Parapanamerican Games Toronto 2015 Jeux parapanaméricains de Toronto 2015 Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson Stadium / stade : University of Toronto

Place : 4th / 4e

2015 CANADA PARA SOCCER GROUP / GROUPE 2015-08-08 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 1:3 ARG ARG 4’ Mariano Cortes 0-1 ARG 30’+1 Rodrigo Lugrin 0-2 CAN 42’ Samuel Charron 1-2 (interception) ARG 54’ Matias Fernandez 1-3 2015-08-09 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 2:1 USA USA 11’ Seth Jahn 0-1 CAN 15’ Trevor Stiles 1-1 (a. Charron) CAN 54’ Samuel Charron 2-1 (a. Brown) ; left / gauche 2015-08-12 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 0:8 BRA BRA 7’ Evandro Gomez 0-1 BRA 14’ Jan da Costa 0-2 BRA 21’ Wanderson de Oliveira 0-3 BRA 24’ Jan da Costa 0-4 BRA 26’ Jose Guimaraes 0-5 BRA 35’ Fernandes Vieira 0-6 BRA 54’ Maycon de Almeida 0-7 BRA 59’ Wesley de Souza 0-8

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2015-08-13 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN 31’ Samuel Charron 1-0 (a. Bruno) VEN Asdrubal Oliveros 1-1

CAN D 1:1 VEN

2015 CANADA PARA SOCCER MATCH 3/4 2015-08-15 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 1:2 VEN VEN 17’ Jose Quintana 0-1 VEN 43’ Yessi Yari 0-2 CAN 60’+5 Samuel Charron 1-2 (a. Proietti) ; head / tête

2016 CANADA PARA 2016 IFCPF Qualification Tournament in Denmark Tournoi Qualification FIFPC, Danemark 2016 Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson Stadium / stade : Vejen Idrætscenter 2016 CANADA PARA SOCCER GROUP / GROUPE 2016-07-29 Vejen, DEN CAN W 10:0 DEN CAN 2’ Jamie Ackinclose 1-0 (a. Proietti) CAN 7’ Matthew Brown 2-0 (a. Stanley) CAN 15’ Liam Stanley 3-0 CAN 19’ Samuel Charron 4-0 (a. Brown) CAN 27’ Jamie Ackinclose 5-0 (a. Charron) CAN 30’ Samuel Charron 6-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 43’ Nicholas Heffernan 7-0 (a. Bruno) CAN 46’ Lucas Bruno 8-0 (a. Proietti) CAN 50’ Lucas Bruno 9-0 (interception) CAN 60’+1 Samuel Charron 10-0 (interception) 2016-07-30 Vejen, DEN CAN W 10:0 FIN CAN 3’ Samuel Charron 1-0 (a. Proietti) CAN 6’ Liam Stanley 2-0 (a. Brown) CAN 13’ Matthew Brown 3-0 (a. McDonald) CAN 16’ Matthew Brown 4-0 (interception) CAN 17’ Matthew Brown 5-0 (a. Charron) CAN 23’ Samuel Charron 6-0 (a. Stanley) CAN 30’+1 Liam Stanley 7-0 CAN 37’ Liam Stanley 8-0 CAN 46’ Raji Kamoun 9-0 (a. Proietti) CAN 59’ Samuel Charron (FK) 10-0 2016-08-01 Vejen, DEN CAN W 7:0 JPN CAN 10’ Liam Stanley 1-0 (a. Charron) CAN 11’ Samuel Charron 2-0 (a. Stanley) CAN 13’ Samuel Charron (FK) 3-0 CAN 36’ Samuel Charron 4-0 (a. Proietti) CAN 38’ Samuel Charron 5-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 41’ Liam Stanley 6-0 (a. Charron) CAN 53’ Vito Proietti 7-0 (a. Stanley) 2016 CANADA PARA SOCCER QF PLACE 1-8 2016-08-03 Vejen, DEN CAN D 1:1 VEN CAN 7’ Samuel Charron 1-0 (a. Bruno) VEN 20’ José Quintana 1-1 Red card / carton rouge 75’ Nicholas Heffernan Venezuela wins 3-2 on kicks / le Venezuela gagne aux tirs 2016 CANADA PARA SOCCER SF PLACE 5-8 2016-08-04 Vejen, DEN CAN L 2:3 NIR CAN 12’ Samuel Charron 1-0 (interception) NIR 16’ David Leavy 1-1 CAN 41’ Samuel Charron 2-1 (a. Wojtiw) NIR 50’ Conor Lewsley 2-2 NIR 75’ Conor Lewsley 2-3 2016 CANADA PARA SOCCER MATCH 7/8 2016-08-06 Vejen, DEN CAN W 5:0 JPN CAN 15’ Liam Stanley (head / tête) 1-0 (rebound / rebonde)


2017 PARA WORLDS 2017 IFCPF World Championships in Argentina Championnat Mondial FIFPC, Argentine 2017 Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson Stadium / stade : Estadio Juan Gilberto Funes

Place : 13th / 13e

2017 CANADA PARA SOCCER GROUP / GROUPE 2017-09-12 San Luis, ARG CAN D 3:3 IRL IRL 2’ Dillon Sheridan (left / gauche) 0-1 (interception) CAN 11’ Samuel Charron 1-1 CAN 28’ Samuel Charron 2-1 (a. Ackinclose) IRL 43’ Dillon Sheridan 2-2 IRL 49’ Dillon Sheridan 2-3 (a. Tier) CAN 58’ Liam Stanley 3-3 Red card / carton rouge 60’ Aaron Tier Y2R 2017-09-14 San Luis, ARG CAN W 4:1 ESP CAN 12’ Jamie Ackinclose 1-0 (a. Charron) CAN 15’ Liam Stanley 2-0 (a. Ackinclose) CAN 22’ Jamie Ackinclose 3-0 (a. Stanley) ESP 23’ Jose Gomez 3-1 CAN 51’ Samuel Charron 4-1 (interception) 2017-09-16 San Luis, ARG CAN L 0:2 BRA BRA 10’ Wanderson de Oliveira 0-1 BRA 43’ Wesley Martins 0-2 2017 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2017-09-17 San Luis, ARG POR 60’ Lucas Pinheiro 0-1 (a. Ribeiro)

QF PLACE 9-16 CAN L 0:1 POR

2017 CANADA PARA SOCCER SF PLACE 13-16 2017-09-19 San Luis, ARG CAN W 4:0 JPN CAN 2’ Samuel Charron 1-0 (a. Ackinclose) CAN 15’ Jamie Ackinclose 2-0 (a. Stanley) CAN 18’ Jamie Ackinclose 3-0 (a. Kamoun) CAN 36’ Samuel Charron 4-0 (a. McDonald) 2017 CANADA PARA SOCCER MATCH 13/14 2017-09-21 San Luis, ARG CAN W 2:1 VEN CAN 33’ Samuel Charron 1-0 CAN 40’ Duncan McDonald 2-0 (a. Heffernan) VEN 52’ Jose Quintana 2-1

CAN L 0:3 USA

CANADA SOCCER

2017 CANADA PARA SOCCER CANADA 2017-07-21 Lakewood Ranch, FL, USA CAN D 2:2 USA CAN 8’ Samuel Charron 1-0 CAN 42’ Duncan McDonald 2-0 (a. Freeman) USA 50’ Andrew Bremer 2-1 USA 60’+3 Nick Mayhugh 2-2 207-07-23 Lakewood Ranch, FL, USA CAN L 1:3 USA USA 14’ Nick Mayhugh 0-1 USA 36’ Nick Mayhugh 0-2 CAN 48’ Gaerrisen Freeland 1-2 Red card / carton rouge 59’ Jamie Ackinclose Y2R USA 60’ Seth Jahn 1-3

CANADA CAN W 2:0 AUS

2018 COPA AMÉRICA 7e Copa América IFCPF, Ecuador 2018 Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson Stadium / stade : Centro de Alto Rendimiento Independiente Golden Gloves / meilleur gardien : Damien Wojtiw 2018 CANADA PARA SOCCER GROUP / GROUPE 2018-10-27 Sangolquí, Quito, ECU CAN D 1:1 COL COL 14’ Freddy Imbachi (FK) 0-1 CAN 30’+8 Duncan McDonald (head / tête) 1-1 2018-10-28 Sangolquí, Quito, ECU CAN W 2:1 CHI CAN 11’ Samuel Charron (left FK gauche) 1-0 CAN 48’ Diego Gilbert 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) CHI 55’ Yovanni Fortunatti 2-1 2018-10-30 Sangolquí, Quito, ECU CAN L 0:11 BRA BRA 6’ Evandro de Oliveira 0-1 BRA 16’ Ubirajara Magalhaes 0-2 BRA 19’ Evandro de Oliveira 0-3 BRA 25’ Joao Araújo 0-4 BRA 37’ Joao Araújo 0-5 BRA 38’ Jan da Costa 0-6 BRA 41’ Adriano Costa 0-7 BRA 42’ Henrique da Silva 0-8 BRA 46’ Jan da Costa 0-9 BRA 48’ Jose Guimaraes 0-10 BRA 60’ Lucas Thiago Correa 0-11 2018 CANADA PARA SOCCER SF PLACE 5-8 2018-11-01 Sangolquí, Quito, ECU CAN W 2:1 ECU ECU 3’ Nicolas Aires 0-1 CAN 12’ Lucas Bruno 1-1 (interception) CAN 25’ Diego Gilbert (head CK tête) 2-1 (a. McDonald) 2018 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2018-11-03 Sangolquí, Quito, ECU VEN 7’ Jose Quinata 0-1 VEN 13’ Richard Mogollon 0-2 VEN 19’ Jose Quintana 0-3 VEN 23’ Richard Mogollon 0-4 VEN 39’ Richard Mogollon 0-5 CAN 41’ Duncan McDonald (PK) 1-5 VEN 47’ Enderson Alvarez 1-6 VEN 48’ Richard Mogollon 1-7 VEN 53’ Gabriel Bravo 1-8

MATCH 5/6 CAN L 1:8 VEN

2019 PARA WORLDS 2019 IFCPF World Cup in Spain Coupe Mondial FIFPC, Espagne 2019 Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson

CANADA MNT

International Friendy Match / match amical international Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson

2018 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2018-07-20 Chula Vista, CA, USA CAN 4’ Samuel Charron 1-0 (a. Freeland) CAN 42’ Samuel Charron 2-0 2018-07-21 Chula Vista, CA, USA USA 26’ Nick Mayhugh 0-1 USA 36’ Cameron DeLillo 0-2 USA 45’ Cameron DeLillo 0-3 (a. Kaplan)

CANADA PARA

2017 CANADA PARA

2018 CANADA PARA International Tournament / Tournoi international Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson Stadium / stade : Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center

CANADA WNT

CAN 37’ Liam Stanley (left / gauche) 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 39’ Samuel Charron (left FK gauche) 3-0 CAN 52’ Matthew Brown (left / gauche) 4-0 (a. Charron) CAN 60’ Samuel Charron (left / gauche) 5-0 (a. Stanley)

HALL of FAME

Place : 12th / 12e

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Stadium / stade : Estadio Jesús Navas Best Player / meilleur joueur : Samuel Charron 2019 CANADA PARA SOCCER GROUP / GROUPE 2019-07-07 Sevilla, ESP CAN L 0:3 NED NED 5’ Gerard Frederik Bambacht (right / droit) 0-1 NED 49’ Jeroen Saedt (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Pierre) NED 60’+2 Jeroen Saedt (right / droit) 0-3 2019-07-09 Sevilla, ESP CAN L 0:4 RUS RUS 8’ Dmitry Eloev (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Minenko) RUS 10’ Aleksei Borkin (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Eloev) RUS 30’ Dmitry Eloev (right / droit) 0-3 (a. Belov) RUS 59’ Aleksei Borkin (right / droit) 0-4 (a. Larionov) 2019-07-11 Sevilla, ESP CAN W 4:0 THA CAN 14’ Samuel Charron (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. White) CAN 37’ Joel Wilson (head CK tête) 2-0 (a. Charron) CAN 48’ Samuel Charron (left / gauche) 3-0 (a. Wilson) CAN 56’ Samuel Charron (left / gauche) 4-0 (a. White) 2019 CANADA PARA SOCCER QF PLACE 9-16 2019-07-13 Sevilla, ESP CAN W 3:0 ESP Red card / carton rouge 43’ Francisco Martin CAN 54’ Joel Wilson (right / droit) 1-0 CAN 59’ Diego Gilbert (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Wilson) CAN 60’+1 Samuel Charron (left / gauche) 3-0 (a. Gilbert) 2019 CANADA PARA SOCCER 2019-07-16 Sevilla, ESP CAN 15’ Samuel Charron 1-0 IRL 32’ Dillon Sheridan 1-1 IRL 55’ Dillon Sheridan 1-2 IRL 60’ Joseph Markey 1-3

SF PLACE 9-12 CAN L 1:3 IRL

2019 CANADA PARA SOCCER MATCH 11-212 2019-07-18 Sevilla, ESP CAN L 2:4 AUS AUS 8’ Augustine Murphy 0-1 CAN 13’ Samuel Charron (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. McDonald CK) CAN 14’ Joel Wilson (head CK tête) 2-1 (a. McDonald) AUS 21’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 2-2 (o.g.) AUS 34’ Matthew Hearne (head / tête) 2-3 AUS 38’ Ben Roche

2019 CANADA PARA International Friendy Match / match amical international Coach / entraîneur Drew Ferguson 2019 CANADA PARA SOCCER CANADA 2019-11-30 International CAN L 0:5 AUS Drew Ferguson 100th match / 100e match comme entraîneur. AUS 10’ Daniel Campbell (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Bunce) AUS 16’ Ben Roche (left / gauche) 0-2 (a. Campbell) AUS 30’ Connor Bunce (left / gauche) 0-3 AUS 41’ Connor Bunce (left / gauche) 0-4 AUS 43’ Ben Roche (left / gauche) 0-5 (a. Atkins) 2019 CANADA PARA SOCCER CANADA 2019-12-01 International CAN L 0:1 AUS AUS 58’ Connor Bunce (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Lynch)

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2020 4-2-2 2019 8-3-4

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2018 8-0-4 2017 7-2-3

2016 15-0-5 2015 11-2-5

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RECORD : 196-54-155 HOME / DOMICILE : 43-10-25 FIFA / CONCACAF : 66-10-34

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CANADA WON BACK-TO-BACK BRONZE MEDALS AT LONDON 2012 AND RIO 2016 OLYMPIC GAMES

CONCACAF CHAMPIONS / CHAMPIONS DE LA CONCACAF Concacaf Women’s Championship / Championnat féminin Concacaf Women’s Under-20 Championship / Championnat féminin U20 Concacaf Women’s Under-17 Championship / Championnat féminin U17 Concacaf Girls’ Under-15 Championship / Championnat féminin U15

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LE CANADA REMPORTE LE BRONZE AU TOURNOI OLYMPIQUE À LONDRES 2012 ET RIO 2016

1998 & 2010 2004 & 2008 2010 2014

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2X

1998 2010 CONCACAF CHAMPIONS

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FIFA WORLD CUPS / LES COUPES DU MONDE DE LA FIFA FIFA Women’s World Cup™ / Coupe du Monde FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup / .. Féminine U-20 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup / .. Féminine U-17

1995, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2011, 2015, 2019 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2012, 2014, 2016 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018

OLYMPIC TOURNAMENTS / TOURNOI OLYMPIQUES Olympic Football Tournament / Tournoi Olympique de Football

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ÉQUIPE NATIONALE FÉMININE « A » CANADA WNT : YEAR-BY-YEAR International matches through 31 December 2020. / Matchs internationaux jusqu’au 31 décembre 2020. (All years and all tournaments and friendlies / toutes les années et tous les tournois et matchs amicaux) YR TEAM MP RECORD GF GA CS HOME FIFA & CONCACAF MINUTES LEADER 1986 CAN WNT 2 1W-0D-1L 2 3 0 - - 180 (Several) 1987 CAN WNT 8 1W-1D-6L 4 15 2 - - ?575+ (Unknown) 1988 CAN WNT 4 1W-1D-2L 7 4 1 - 1-1-2 FIFA International Tournament 320 (Several) 1990 CAN WNT 5 1W-1D-3L 7 9 1 0-0-2 - 450 (Several) 1991 CAN WNT 5 4W-0D-1L 23 5 4 - 4-0-1 Concacaf Championship 400 (Several) 1993 CAN WNT 6 1W-1D-4L 4 15 2 - 1-1-1 Concacaf Invitational 540 Hooper, Vamos 1994 CAN WNT 11 4W-0D-7L 24 24 4 3-0-5 3-0-1 Concacaf Championship 990 Burtini, Hooper, Ring 1995 CAN WNT 12 1W-2D-9L 11 40 1 1-0-2 0-1-2 FIFA Women’s World Cup 1031 Geraldine Donnelly 1996 CAN WNT 5 0W-1D-4L 1 15 1 0-0-1 - 450 (Several) 1997 CAN WNT 3 0W-0D-3L 3 9 0 - - 270 (Several) 1998 CAN WNT 8 5W-0D-3L 43 10 5 5-0-2 5-0-0 Concacaf Championship 720 Sarah Joly Canada wins 1998 Concacaf Championship / Canada gagne le Championnat Concacaf 1999 CAN WNT 11 3W-1D-7L 18 28 3 3-0-1 0-1-2 FIFA Women’s World Cup 990 Amy Walsh 2000 CAN WNT 18 9W-2D-7L 43 40 3 - 2-0-3 Concacaf Gold Cup 1615 Amy Walsh 2001 CAN WNT 12 3W-1D-8L 17 39 2 0-1-0 - 1080 Christine Sinclair 2002 CAN WNT 15 9W-2D-4L 48 13 8 4-1-1 4-0-1 Concacaf Gold Cup 1136 Kara Lang 2003 CAN WNT 21 13W-3D-5L 55 24 8 7-0-0 3-0-3 FIFA Women’s World Cup 1740 Kara Lang 2004 CAN WNT 10 4W-0D-6L 21 14 3 - 4-0-1 Concacaf Olympic Qualifiers 823 Charmaine Hooper 2005 CAN WNT 10 2W-1D-7L 15 25 1 0-0-2 - 900 Randee Hermus 2006 CAN WNT 17 10W-4D-3L 33 19 4 3-2-0 1-0-1 Concacaf Gold Cup 1528 Martina Franko 2007 CAN WNT 14 7W-2D-5L 43 24 6 - 1-1-1 FIFA Women’s World Cup 1260 Martina Franko 2008 CAN WNT 24 10W-7D-7L 41 27 9 0-1-0 4-2-2 Concacaf O.Q & Olympic Games 2026 C. Chapman 2009 CAN WNT 7 2W-1D-4L 6 11 1 0-0-1 - 628 Diana Matheson 2010 CAN WNT 18 13W-3D-2L 38 13 11 1-0-0 5-0-0 Concacaf Championship 1387 Christine Sinclair Canada wins 2010 Concacaf Championship / Canada gagne le Championnat Concacaf 2011 CAN WNT 24 14W-4D-6L 30 23 9 - 0-0-3 FIFA Women’s World Cup 1876 Diana Matheson 2012 CAN WNT 22 14W-1D-7L 44 26 9 5-0-1 7-1-3 Concacaf O.Q & Olympic Games 1950 C. Sinclair 2013 CAN WNT 17 7W-4D-6L 14 12 9 1-1-1 - 1515 Diana Matheson 2014 CAN WNT 11 4W-2D-5L 13 15 2 0-1-3 - 990 Buchanan & Sinclair 2015 CAN WNT 18 11W-2D-5L 24 10 9 3-2-1 2-2-1 FIFA Women’s World Cup 1578 Christine Sinclair 2016 CAN WNT 20 15W-0D-5L 42 14 9 1-0-1 9-0-2 Concacaf O.Q & Olympic Games 1682 K. Buchanan 2017 CAN WNT 12 7W-2D-3L 22 13 4 3-1-0 - 1080 Shelina Zadorsky 2018 CAN WNT 12 8W-0D-4L 34 10 7 1-0-1 4-0-1 Concacaf Championship 990 Ashley Lawrence 2019 CAN WNT 15 8W-3D-4L 15 12 10 1-0-0 2-0-2 FIFA Women’s World Cup 1305 Ashley Lawrence 2020 CAN WNT 8 4W-2D-2L 25 6 5 - 4-0-1 Concacaf Olympic Qualifiers 658 Sophie Schmidt MP = Matches played / matchs joués. W = Wins / victoires. L = Losses / défaites. GF = Goals for / buts pour. GA = Goals against / buts contre. CS = Clean sheets / blanchissages. Home = Record in Canada / Fiche au Canada. Comp. = Record in FIFA or Concacaf competitions / Fiche dans les compétitions de la FIFA ou de la Concacaf.

CANADA WNT : RECORDS & LEADERS CANADA “A” :: 1924 - 2018 Home / Domicile FIFA / Concacaf

MATCHES 196W-54D-155L 43W-10D-25L 66W-10D-34L

CANADA “A” APPEARANCES Most international “A” appearances / Le plus de matchs internationaux joués 1. Sinclair, Christine 296 2. Matheson, Diana 206 3. Schmidt, Sophie 199 4. Wilkinson, Rhian 181 5. Scott, Desiree 156

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6T. Timko Baxter, Brittany 6T. Neil, Andrea 8. Hooper, Charmaine 9. Tancredi, Melissa 10. McLeod, Erin 11. Chapman, Candace 12. Hermus, Randee 13. LeBlanc, Karina 14. Walsh, Amy 15T Kyle, Kaylyn 15T Buchanan, Kadeisha 17. Moscato, Carmelina 18. Lang, Kara

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19. Lawrence, Ashley 20. Morneau, Isabelle 21. Zurrer, Emily 22. Gayle, Robyn 23T. Burtini, Silvana 23T. Fleming, Jessie 25T. Chapman, Allysha 25T. Kiss, Kristina 27. Labbé, Stephanie 28T. Donnelly, Geraldine 28T. Filigno, Jonelle 28T. Nault, Marie-Eve 31. Beckie, Janine

91 87 82 81 77 77 75 75 72 71 71 71 70


CANADA “A” SUBSTITUTES Most international “A” substitutions / Le plus de substitutions internationales Gayle, Robyn 50 Timko Baxter, Brittany 49 Kyle, Kaylyn 40 Robinson, Jodi-Ann 38 Scott, Desiree 38 Leon, Adriana 37 Neil, Andrea 34 Prince, Nichelle 33 Stewart, Chelsea 32 Wilkinson, Rhian 31 Moscato, Carmelina 30 Tancredi, Melissa 30 Booth, Melanie 28 Quinn 27 Andrews, Sasha 26 Filigno, Jonelle 26 Schmidt, Sophie 25

CANADA “A” MATCH STREAK Most consecutive international “A” matches / Le plus de matchs consécutifs internationaux Schmidt, Sophie (2011-15) 76 Scott, Desiree (2012-16) 68 Kyle, Kaylyn (2011-14) 62 Buchanan, Kadeisha (2013-16) 49 Hermus, Randee (2005-08) 46 Matheson, Diana (2003-06) 45 Sinclair, Christine (2013-16) 44 Walsh, Amy (1998-2001) 43 Sinclair, Christine (2016-20) 43 Franko, Martina (2005-08) 41 Lang, Kara (2002-03) 36 Lawrence, Ashley (2017-..) 36 Matheson, Diana (2012-14) 36 Schmidt, Sophie (2017-..) 36 Sinclair, Christine (2000-03) 34 Donnelly, Geraldine (1993-97) 33 Hooper, Charmaine (1990-95) 29 Ring, Michelle (1993-95) 29 Sinclair, Christine (2011-12) 28 Chapman, Allysha (2015-16) 25 Matheson, Diana (2010-11) 25 Ross, Cathy (1986-91) 25 Matheson, Diana (2015-16) 25 Wilkinson, Rhian (2012-13) 25 Most consecutive international “A” matches

CANADA “A” START STREAK Most consecutive international “A” starts / Le plus de départs consécutifs Walsh, Amy (1998-2001) 43 Sinclair, Christine (2013-16) 43 Franko, Martina (2005-08) 41 Matheson, Diana (2012-14) 36 Donnelly, Geraldine (1993-97) 33 Hermus, Randee (2006-08) 31 Buchanan, Kadeisha (2013-15) 29 Hooper, Charmaine (1990-95) 28 Lang, Kara (2002-03) 28 Ring, Michelle (1993-95) 26 Sinclair, Christine (2011-12) 25 CANADA “A” GOALS Most goals scored / Le plus de buts Sinclair, Christine 186 Hooper, Charmaine 71 Burtini, Silvana 38 Lang, Kara 34 Beckie, Janine 31 Tancredi, Melissa 27 Neil, Andrea 24 Leon, Adriana 19 Matheson, Diana 19 Schmidt, Sophie 19 Latham, Christine 15 Huitema, Jordyn 13 Hermus, Randee 12 Filigno, Jonelle 11 Prince, Nichelle 11 Rosenow, Shannon 11 Fleming, Jessie 10 Julien, Christina 10 Donnelly, Geraldine 9 Rose, Deanne 9 Caron, Annie 8 Kiss, Kristina 8 Bélanger, Josée 7 Jamani, Aysha 7 Lawrence, Ashley 7 Robinson, Jodi-Ann 7 Vamos, Lydia 7 Wilkinson, Rhian 7 Allen, Amber 6 Chapman, Candace 6 Kyle, Kaylyn 6 Morneau, Isabelle 6 Franko, Martina 5 Gareau, Fabienne 5 Quinn 5 Timko Baxter, Brittany 5 Walsh, Amy 5 CANADA “A” PENALTY GOALS Most goals penalty goals / Le plus de buts marqués en tirs de pénalité Sinclair, Christine 13 Hooper, Charmaine 11

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CANADA “A” STARTS Most “A” starts / Le plus de départs Sinclair, Christine 285 Matheson, Diana 183 Schmidt, Sophie 174 Wilkinson, Rhian 150 Hooper, Charmaine 122 Scott, Desiree 118 McLeod, Erin 114 Chapman, Candace 103 Hermus, Randee 102 LeBlanc, Karina 101 Neil, Andrea 98 Buchanan, Kadeisha 96 Tancredi, Melissa 95 Walsh, Amy 87 Timko Baxter, Brittany 83 Lang, Kara 71 Lawrence, Ashley 71 Morneau, Isabelle 66 Donnelly, Geraldine 65 Labbé, Stephanie 65 Zurrer, Emily 65 Fleming, Jessie 64 Moscato, Carmelina 64 Burtini, Silvana 63 Nonen, Sharolta 63 Zadorsky, Shelina 62 Kyle, Kaylyn 61 Chapman, Allysha 58 Beckie, Janine 57 Franko, Martina 54 Kiss, Kristina 51

CANADA “A” MINUTES Most international “A” minutes / Le plus de minutes internationales Sinclair, Christine 25,543 Matheson, Diana 16,715 Schmidt, Sophie 15,181 Wilkinson, Rhian 13,351 Scott, Desiree 10,873 Hooper, Charmaine ?10,240+ McLeod, Erin 10,055 Chapman, Candace 9435 Hermus, Randee ?9209+ LeBlanc, Karina 9193 Buchanan, Kadeisha 8595 Neil, Andrea ?8565+ Tancredi, Melissa 7771 Walsh, Amy 7762 Timko Baxter, Brittany 7504 Lawrence, Ashley 6616 Lang, Kara 6435 Zurrer, Emily 6084 Labbé, Stephanie 5971 Morneau, Isabelle 5890 Moscato, Carmelina 5745 Donnelly, Geraldine ?5627+ Kyle, Kaylyn 5616 Nonen, Sharolta 5587 Fleming, Jessie 5583 Zadorsky, Shelina 5402 Burtini, Silvana ?5175+ Chapman, Allysha 5096 Franko, Martina 4819 Kiss, Kristina ?4666+ Beckie, Janine 5065 Nault, Marie-Eve 4365 Helland, Janine 4049

CANADA WNT

66 66 66 63 59 59 57 56 55 54

HALL of FAME

32T. Booth, Melanie 32T. Leon, Adriana 32T. Zadorsky, Shelina 35. Nonen, Sharolta 36T. Prince, Nichelle 36T. Quinn 38. Bélanger, Josée 39. Robinson, Jodi-Ann 40. Franko, Martina 41. Julien, Christina

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ÉQUIPE NATIONALE FÉMININE « A » CANADA “A” MATCH +1 GOAL Most international “A” appearances with one or more goals scored / Le plus de matchs internationaux joués avec au moins un but marqué Sinclair, Christine 131 Hooper, Charmaine 50 Beckie, Janine 24 Lang, Kara 24 Tancredi, Melissa 24 Neil, Andrea 20 Burtini, Silvana 19 Matheson, Diana 18 Schmidt, Sophie 16 Leon, Adriana 12 Hermus, Randee 11 Latham, Christine 11 Filigno, Jonelle 10 Fleming, Jessie 10 Julien, Christina 10 CANADA “A” GOALS STREAK Players that scored in four or more consecutive international “A” Canada matches / Les joueuses qui ont marqué dans quatre matchs consécutifs ou plus Sinclair, Christine (2000) 6 Sinclair, Christine (2011-2012) 6 Hooper, Charmaine (2000) 5 Sinclair, Christine (2006) 5 Hooper, Charmaine (1994) 4 Hooper, Charmaine (1998) 4 Jamani, Aysha (2004) 4 Sinclair, Christine (2007) 4 Sinclair, Christine (2010) 4 Sinclair, Christine (2015) 4 Tancredi, Melissa (2008) 4 Vamos, Lydia (1991) 4 CANADA “A” GOALS AT HOME Most goals scored in Canada / Le plus de buts marqués en Canada Hooper, Charmaine 33 Sinclair, Christine 27 Burtini, Silvana 25 Lang, Kara 14 Rosenow, Shannon 11 Neil, Andrea 10 CANADA “A” FIRST GOAL Most opening goals scored / Le plus de premiers buts marqués Sinclair, Christine 66 Hooper, Charmaine 20 Matheson, Diana 9 Neil, Andrea 9 CANADA “A” ASSISTS Most assists scored. Note, records from 1986-2008 are incomplete, so some players (*) may have more assists / Le plus de passes effectuées. À noter, les fichiers de 1986 à 2008 sont incomplets, donc certains joueurs (*) peuvent avoir plus de passes. Sinclair, Christine * 55

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Matheson, Diana * Wilkinson, Rhian * Tancredi, Melissa * Schmidt, Sophie * Hooper, Charmaine * Kiss, Kristina * Lang, Kara * Beckie, Janine Prince, Nichelle Lawrence, Ashley Bélanger, Josée Burtini, Silvana * Chapman, Candace * Rose, Deanne Timko Baxter, Brittany *

24 23 20 19 19 13 11 10 10 9 8 8 8 8 8

CANADA “A” ASSISTS AT HOME Most assists recored in Canada / Le plus de passes effectuées en Canada Sinclair, Christine * 20 Hooper, Charmaine * 8 Kiss, Kristina * 5 Lang, Kara * 5 Matheson, Diana * 5 CANADA “A” CAUTIONS Most cautions / Le plus d’avertissements Buchanan, Kadeisha 22 Hooper, Charmaine 22 Neil, Andrea 17 Kyle, Kaylyn 10 Sinclair, Christine 10 Timko Baxter, Brittany 10 Walsh, Amy 10 CANADA “A” CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets (minimum 40 minutes) / Blanchissages (minimum de 40 minutes) LeBlanc, Karina 47 McLeod, Erin 45 Labbé, Stephanie 35 Wright, Nicole 11 Chin, Carla 8 Hawthorne, Wendy 6 Sheridan, Kailen 6 CANADA “A” SHUTOUT WINS Shutout wins (min. 90 minutes) / Victoires par blanchissage (minimum de 90 minutes) McLeod, Erin 35 LeBlanc, Karina 33 Labbé, Stephanie 26 Wright, Nicole 11 Chin, Carla 8 CANADA “A” WINS Most international “A” wins by a Canada player / Le plus de victoires par un jouese canadien Sinclair, Christine 158 Matheson, Diana 110 Schmidt, Sophie 109 Wilkinson, Rhian 100 Scott, Desiree 92 Timko Baxter, Brittany 70

Tancredi, Melissa Chapman, Candace LeBlanc, Karina McLeod, Erin Neil, Andrea Buchanan, Kadeisha Hermus, Randee Kyle, Kaylyn Lawrence, Ashley Hooper, Charmaine Moscato, Carmelina

67 63 61 59 58 57 55 53 53 52 50

CANADA “A” COACHES International “A” records by coach / Le record des entraîneurs-chef Turnbull, Neil (1986-’91 & ‘96-’99) 16W-5D-30L Béliveau (1993-’95) 6W-3D-20L Pellerud (2000-’08) 66W-22D-52L Bridge, Ian (2007) 1W-0D-1L Morace (2009-’11) 25W-5D-11L Herdman (2011-’17) 62W-14D-32L Heiner-Møller (2018-’20) 20W-5D-10L CANADA “A” MATCHES Most international “A” matches by a Canada head coach / Le plus de matchs par un entraîneur-chef Pellerud, Even 139 Herdman, John 108 Turnbull, Neil 51 Morace, Carolina 41 Heiner-Møller, Kenneth 35 CANADA “A” WINS Most international “A” wins by a Canada head coach / Le plus de victoires par un entraîneur-chef canadien Pellerud, Even 66 Herdman, John 62 Morace, Carolina 25 Heiner-Møller, Kenneth 20 Turnbull, Neil 16 CANADA “A” UNBEATEN International unbeaten streak / Matchs consécutifs sans défaite 2010-09-30 to 2011-01-21 9W-2D 2003-05-19 to 2003-09-14 9W-1D 2011-10-18 to 2012-01-27 8W-2D 2019-01-22 to 2019-06-15 7W-3D 2014-11-24 to 2015-03-09 7W-1D CANADA “A” Wins streak / Victoires consécutifs 2010-09-30 to 2010-12-12 2003-05-19 to 2003-07-20 2015-01-11 to 2015-03-09

WINS 8W 6W 6W

CANADA “A” CLEAN SHEETS Consecutive clean sheets / Blanchissages consécutifs 2010-10-29 to 2010-12-15 8 CS 1998-08-28 to 1998-09-06 5 CS 2019-02-27 to 2019-05-18 5 CS


CANADA “A” YOUNGEST Youngest players / les plus jeunes Smith, Olivia (2019) 15.26 Lang, Kara (2002) 15.36 Fleming, Jessie (2013) 15.76 Huitema, Jordyn (2017) 15.83 Robinson, Jodi-Ann (2005) 16.01 Young, Ariel (2017) 16.20 Faulknor, Kennedy (2015) 16.44 Jamani, Aysha (2004) 16.59 Timko Baxter, Brittany (2002) 16.59 Maranda, Véronique (2003) 16.75 Sinclair, Christine (2000) 16.75 Rose, Deanne (2015) 16.77 Riviere, Jayde (2017) 16.80 Schmidt, Sophie (2005) 16.81 Yekka, Sura (2013) 16.82 Mongrain, Luce (1987) 16.91 Zurrer, Emily (2004) 16.98 CANADA “A” OLDEST Oldest players / Les joueuses les plus âgées Hooper, Charmaine (2006) 38.53 Sinclair, Christine (2020) 36.74 McLean, Erin (2019) 36.11 Matheson, Diana (2020) 35.93 Neil, Andrea (2007) 35.89 Tancredi, Melissa (2017) 35.11 Nault, Marie-Eve (2017) 34.97 Hawthorne, Wendy (1995) 34.93 LeBlanc, Karina (2015) 34.79 Wilkinson, Rhian (2017) 34.74 Burtini, Silvana (2003) 34.40 Some birthdate records are missing / il manque actuellement quelques dates de naissance dans certains dossiers CANADA “A” GOALSCORER Youngest goal scorers / Les buteuses les plus jeunes Lang, Kara (2002) 15.36 Huitema, Jordyn (2017) 16.09 Jamani, Aysha (2004) 16.67 Sinclair, Christine (2000) 16.76 Schmidt, Sophie (2005) 16.83 Rose, Deanne (2016) 16.94 Fleming, Jessie (2015) 16.98 Carle, Gabrielle (2016) 17.35 Maranda, Veronique (2004) 17.45 Filigno, Jonelle (2008) 17.52 Robinson, Jodi-Ann (2006) 17.53 Prince, Nichelle (2013) 17.90 Armstrong, Julie (2008) 17.98

CANADA “A” SHUTOUT WINS Youngest goalkeeper to record a clean sheet / Les gardiennes les plus jeunes qui ont obtenu une blanchissage Beanlands, Rachelle (2011) 18.44 McLeod, Erin (2002) 19.01 LeBlanc, Karina (1999) 19.14 Oldest goalkeeper to record a clean sheet / Les gardiennes les plus âgées qui ont obtenu une blanchissage McLean, Erin (2019) 36.01 Hawthorne, Wendy (1994) 34.20 LeBlanc, Karina (2014) 33.93 Labbé, Stephanie (2020) 33.33 CANADA “A” MATCHS Most matches / Le plus de matchs joués Schmidt, Sophie (2011) 24 Chapman, Candace (2008) 23 Kyle, Kaylyn (2011) 23 Kyle, Kaylyn (2012) 22 Schmidt, Sophie (2012) 22 Scott, Desiree (2011) 22 Sinclair, Christine (2008) 22 Sinclair, Christine (2012) 22 Wilkinson, Rhian (2008) 22 Wilkinson, Rhian (2011) 22 CANADA “A” Most starts / Le plus de départs Chapman, Candace (2008) Sinclair, Christine (2008) Sinclair, Christine (2012) Wilkinson, Rhian (2008)

STARTS 22 22 22 22

CANADA “A” SUBSTITUTES Most substitutions / Le plus de substitutions Timko, Brittany (2008) 16 Robinson, Jodi-Ann (2008) 15 Scott, Desiree (2011) 15 Kyle, Kaylyn (2012) 13 CANADA “A” MINUTES Most minutes / Le plus de minutes Chapman, Candace (2008) 2026 Sinclair, Christine (2008) 2017 Wilkinson, Rhian (2008) 2016 Sinclair, Christine (2012) 1950 Schmidt, Sophie (2011) 1944 Matheson, Diana (2011) 1876 Wilkinson, Rhian (2011) 1811 Sinclair, Christine (2011) 1810 CANADA “A” GOALS Most goals scored / Le plus de buts marqués Sinclair, Christine (2012) 23 Sinclair, Christine (2007) 16

CANADA “A” ASSISTS Since 2009, most assists in a season / Depuis 2009, le plus d’aides. Sinclair, Christine (2010) 9 Schmidt, Sophie (2012) 7 Sinclair, Christine (2012) 6 Sinclair, Christine (2017) 6 Wilkinson, Rhian (2012) 6 CANADA “A” HAT TRICKS Players that scored three goals or more in a match / Les joueuses qui ont marqué trois buts ou plus dans un match Burtini, Silvana (8) 1998-08-28 Burtini, Silvana (5) 1994-08-15 Huitema, Jordyn (5) 2020-02-01 Hooper, Charmaine (4) 1991-04-19 Rosenow, Shannon (4) 1998-08-28 Rosenow, Shannon (4) 1998-08-30 Sinclair, Christine (4) 2002-10-30 Lang, Kara (4) 2002-11-01 Jamani, Aysha (4) 2004-02-28 Sinclair, Christine (4) 2007-07-18 Sinclair, Christine (4) 2010-10-31 Sinclair, Christine (4) 2012-01-19 Leon, Adriana (4) 2018-10-08 Huitema, Jordyn (4) 2018-10-08 Leon, Adriana (4) 2020-01-29 Donnelly, Geraldine 1990-04-21 Gareau, Fabienne 1991-04-19 Caron, Annie 1991-04-24 Hooper, Charmaine 1994-08-13 Burtini, Silvana 1998-08-30 Burtini, Silvana 1998-09-01 Latham, Christine 2000-06-28 Sinclair, Christine 2000-06-28 Neil, Andrea 2002-03-01 Hooper, Charmaine 2002-10-30 Sinclair, Christine 2003-03-20 Lang, Kara 2003-09-04 Sinclair, Christine 2004-02-26 Hooper, Charmaine 2006-07-18 Sinclair, Christine 2006-10-30 Sinclair, Christine 2007-07-14 Lang, Kara 2007-07-16 Sinclair, Christine 2008-03-07 Sinclair, Christine 2012-08-09 Lawrence, Ashley 2016-02-11 Quinn 2016-02-16 Prince, Nichelle 2016-02-16 Beckie, Janine 2017-06-11 Beckie, Janine 2020-02-01

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15W-0D-5L 14W-1D-7L 14W-4D-6L

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WINS

15 14 13 13 13 11 11 11 10 10 10

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CANADA “A” Victories / victoires Canada 2016 Canada 2012 Canada 2003

Sinclair, Christine (2000) Burtini, Silvana (1998) Sinclair, Christine (2006) Sinclair, Christine (2008) Sinclair, Christine (2010) Lang, Kara (2003) Sinclair, Christine (2002) Sinclair, Christine (2003) Hooper, Charmaine (1994) Lang, Kara (2002) Sinclair, Christine (2015)

HALL of FAME

ONE YEAR / UNE ANNÉE

Oldest goal scorers / Les buteuses les plus âgées Hooper, Charmaine (2006) 38.51 Sinclair, Christine (2020) 36.65 Matheson, Diana (2020) 35.93 Neil, Andrea (2007) 35.73 Tancredi, Melissa (2016) 34.62

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ÉQUIPE NATIONALE FÉMININE « A » CANADA “A” GOALS STREAK Players that scored in three or more consecutive international “A” Canada matches / Les joueuses qui ont marqué dans trois matchs consécutifs ou plus Sinclair, Christine (2000) 6 Hooper, Charmaine (2000) 5 Sinclair, Christine (2006) 5 Hooper, Charmaine (1994) 4 Hooper, Charmaine (1998) 4 Jamani, Aysha (2004) 4 Sinclair, Christine (2007) 4 Sinclair, Christine (2010) 4 Sinclair, Christine (2012) 4 Sinclair, Christine (2015) 4 Tancredi, Melissa (2008) 4 Vamos, Lydia (1991) 4 CANADA “A” CAUTIONS Most cautions / Avertissements Neil, Andrea (2001) 6 CANADA “A” CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets (minimum 40 minutes) / Les blanchissages (minimum de 40 minutes) Labbé, Stephanie (2019) 8 LeBlanc, Karina (2010) 8 McLeod, Erin (2013) 8 McLeod, Erin (2015) 7 Labbé, Stephanie (2016) 6 McLeod, Erin (2008) 6 McLeod, Erin (2012) 6 Wright, Nicole (1998) 5 LeBlanc, Karina (2002) 5 LeBlanc, Karina (2003) 5 McLeod, Erin (2011) 5 CANADA “A” SHUTOUT WINS Shutout wins (minimum 90 minutes) / Victoires par blanchissage (minimum de 90 minutes) LeBlanc, Karina (2010) 7 Labbé, Stephanie (2019) 6 McLeod, Erin (2012) 6 McLeod, Erin (2016) 6 Labbé, Stephanie (2016) 5 LeBlanc, Karina (2002) 5 McLeod, Erin (2008) 5 Wright, Nicole (1998) 5

YEARLY / PAR ANNÉES CANADA “A” GOALS / BUTS 1986 Donnelly, Geraldine 2 1987 Houchen, Michelle 2 1988 Caron & Ross 2 1990 Donnelly, Geraldine 3 1991 Hooper, Charmaine 1993 Vamos, Lydia 1994 Hooper, Charmaine

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1995 Hooper, Charmaine 1996 Helland, Janine 1997 Burtini, Morneau, O’Neill 1998 Burtini, Silvana 1999 Hooper, Charmaine 2000 Sinclair, Christine 2001 Sinclair, Christine 2002 Sinclair, Christine 2003 Lang & Sinclair 2004 Jamani, Aysha 2005 Sinclair, Christine 2006 Sinclair, Christine 2007 Sinclair, Christine 2008 Sinclair, Christine 2009 Sinclair, Christine 2010 Sinclair, Christine 2011 Sinclair, Christine 2012 Sinclair, Christine 2013 Sinclair, Christine 2014 Schmidt, Sophie 2015 Sinclair, Christine 2016 Beckie, Janine 2017 Beckie, Janine 2018 Sinclair, Christine 2019 Sinclair, Christine 2020 Huitema, Jordyn

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CANADA “A” ASSISTS / PASSES 2009 Wilkinson, Rhian 2 2010 Sinclair, Christine 10 2011 Kyle, Matheson, Parker, & Sinclair 4 2012 Schmidt, Sophie 7 2013 Schmidt, Sophie 4 2014 Matheson, Diana 4 2015 Sinclair, Christine 4 2016 Bélanger & Sinclair 4 2017 Sinclair, Christine 6 2018 Prince, Nichelle 4 2019 Lawrence, Ashley 4 2020 Riviere & Rose 3 CANADA “A” LEADERS All-time leaders in appearances / Meneuses historiques en présences Ross, Cathy (1987-12-16) 8 Ross, Cathy (1991-04-28) 24 Donnelly, Geri. (1993-08-06) 25 Donnelly, Geri. (1999-06-26) 71 Hooper, Charmaine (2001-03-17) 72 Hooper, C. (2006-07-30) 129 Neil, Andrea (2007-07-26) 130 Neil, Andrea (2007-09-15) 132 Sinclair, Christine (2010-02-20) 133 Sinclair, Christine CANADA “A” LEADERS All-time leaders in goals / Meneuses historiques en buts Donnelly, Geri. (1986-07-09) 2 Caron, Annie (1988-06-03) 3 Donnelly, Geri. (1990-04-21) 5 Hooper, Charmaine (1991-04-19) 6 Hooper, C. (1991-04-21) 7 Caron, Annie (1991-04-24) 7

Hooper, C. (1993-08-04) Hooper, C. (1998-08-28) Hooper, C. (1998-08-30) Burtini, Silvana (1998-08-30) Burtini, Silvana (1998-09-01) Hooper, C. (1998-09-04) Hooper, C. (2006-07-30) Sinclair, Christine (2007-07-14) Sinclair, Christine

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MILESTONES / PÉRIODES MARQUANTES CANADA “A” 50th MATCH Players that have made 50 appearances for Canada / Joueuses avec 50 présences pour le Canada 1. Donnelly, Geraldine 1996-05-12 2. Hooper, Charmaine 1999-01-10 3. Burtini, Silvana 2000-06-10 4. Neil, Andrea 2001-03-15 5. Walsh, Amy 2002-03-05 6. Morneau, Isabelle 2002-04-09 7. Sinclair, Christine 2003-09-04 8. Nonen, Sharolta 2003-10-05 9. Kiss, Kristina 2003-10-11 10. Hermus, Randee 2004-03-01 11. Lang, Kara 2005-09-04 12. LeBlanc, Karina 2006-02-23 13. Timko Baxter, Brittany 2006-07-30 14. Matheson, Diana 2006-10-28 15. Wilkinson, Rhian 2008-03-07 16. Chapman, Candace 2008-04-12 17 & 18. McLeod, Erin Franko, Martina 2008-08-09 19. Schmidt, Sophie 2010-11-08 20. Tancredi, Melissa 2010-12-09 21. Moscato, Carmelina 2011-05-28 22. Booth, Melanie 2011-06-07 23. Robinson, Jodi-Ann 2011-06-07 24. Gayle, Robyn 2011-10-25 25. Zurrer, Emily 2011-11-22 26. Kyle, Kaylyn 2012-03-01 27 & 28. Nault, Marie-Eve Scott, Desiree 2012-07-31 29. Filigno, Jonelle 2012-08-09 30. Julien, Christina 2013-03-08 31. Buchanan, Kadeisha 2016-03-02 32. Bélanger, Josée 2016-06-07 33. Lawrence, Ashley 2017-03-08 34. Fleming, Jessie 2018-03-05 35. Chapman, Allysha 2018-03-07 36. Labbé, Stephanie 2018-04-09 37. Leon, Adriana 2018-09-02 38. Beckie, Janine 2019-02-27 39. Zadorsky, Shelina 2019-04-08 40. Prince, Nichelle 2019-05-24 41. Quinn 2019-06-24


CANADA “A” 50th GOAL Players that have scored 50 goals for Canada / Joueuses avec 50 buts pour le Canada 1. Hooper, Charmaine 2002-10-30 2. Sinclair, Christine 2005-04-24 CANADA “A” Sinclair, Christine #100 Sinclair, Christine #159 Sinclair, Christine #185

GOAL 2010-02-20 2016-02-19 2020-01-29

CANADA “A” 50th WIN Coaches with 50 wins / Les entraîneurs qui ont remporté 50 victoires pour le Canada 1. Pellerud, Even 2006-11-22 2. Herdman, John 2016-07-20

CONCACAF & FIFA : RECORDS & LEADERS FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP™ / COUPE DU MONDE FÉMININE DE LA FIFA™ FIFA Sweden 1995 USA 1999 USA 2003 China 2007 Germany 2011 Canada 2015 France 2019 :: 1995 - 2019

FINAL RANKING 10th 12th 4th 9th 16th 6th 11th 8W-5D-14L

FIFA HONOURS Best Young Player / meilleure jeune joueuse Buchanan, Kadeisha Canada 2015 All-Star / Équipe des Étoiles Hooper, Charmaine USA 2003 Buchanan, Kadeisha Canada 2015 FIFA TOURNAMENTS Most FIFA Women’s World Cups / Le plus de tournois joués au cours des Coupes du Monde Feminines de la FIFA LeBlanc, Karina 5 Matheson, Diana 5 McLeod, Erin 5

Sinclair, Christine Neil, Andrea Schmidt, Sophie Wilkinson, Rhian

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FIFA APPEARANCES Matches at the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ / Le plus de matchs joués au cours des Coupes du Monde Féminines de la FIFA™ Sinclair, Christine 21 Schmidt, Sophie 15 Wilkinson, Rhian 15 Matheson, Diana 13 Hooper, Charmaine 12 Neil, Andrea 11 Scott, Desiree 11 McLeod, Erin 10 Tancredi, Melissa 10 Buchanan, Kadeisha 9 Burtini, Silvana 9 Chapman, Allysha 9 Lang, Kara 9 Lawrence, Ashley 9 Nonen, Sharolta 9 Timko Baxter, Brittany 9 FIFA STARTS Starts at the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ / Le plus de titularisations au cours des Coupes du Monde Féminines de la FIFA™ Sinclair, Christine 21 Schmidt, Sophie 15 Hooper, Charmaine 12

Matheson, Diana McLeod, Erin Buchanan, Kadeisha Lang, Kara Lawrence, Ashley Nonen, Sharolta

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FIFA MINUTES Most minutes at the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ / Le plus de minutes au cours des Coupes du Monde Féminines de la FIFA™ Sinclair, Christine 1,868 Schmidt, Sophie 1,341 Matheson, Diana 1,102 Hooper, Charmaine 1,080 McLeod, Erin 889 Buchanan, Kadeisha 810 Nonen, Sharolta 810 Lawrence, Ashley 796 Wilkinson, Rhian 750 Neil, Andrea 736 Lang, Kara 724 Dennis, Tanya 720 Chapman, Allysha 708 Scott, Desiree 675 Tancredi, Melissa 643 Timko Baxter, Brittany 627 FIFA MINUTE Fastest goal at the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ / Le but le plus rapide au cours des Coupes du Monde Féminines de la FIFA™ 2007-09-20 Tancredi, Melissa 1

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CANADA “A” 250th MATCH 250th appearances for Canada / Joueuses avec 250 présences pour le Canada 1. Sinclair, Christine 2016-08-19

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CANADA “A” 150th MATCH Players that have made 150 appearances for Canada / Joueuses avec 150 présences pour le Canada 1. Sinclair, Christine 2011-01-23 2. Matheson, Diana 2013-04-07 3. Wilkinson, Rhian 2014-03-10 4. Schmidt, Sophie 2016-07-20 5. Scott, Desiree 2020-02-01

CANADA “A” 200th MATCH 200th appearances for Canada / Joueuses avec 200 présences pour le Canada 1. Sinclair, Christine 2013-12-12 2. Matheson, Diana 2018-10-14

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CANADA “A” 100th MATCH 100th appearances for Canada / Joueuses avec 100 présences pour le Canada 1. Hooper, Charmaine 2003-09-20 2. Neil, Andrea 2005-04-21 3. Sinclair, Christine 2007-08-30 4. Hermus, Randee 2008-03-14 5. Walsh, Amy 2009-03-07 6. Matheson, Diana 2010-09-15 7. Timko Baxter, Brittany 2011-06-07 8. Wilkinson, Rhian 2011-06-14 9. Chapman, Candace 2012-01-27 10. LeBlanc, Karina 2012-03-24 11. Schmidt, Sophie 2013-03-06 12. Erin McLeod 2014-11-24 13. Tancredi, Melissa 2015-05-29 14. Kyle, Kaylyn 2015-06-21 15. Scott, Desiree 2016-02-11 16. Buchanan, Kadeisha 2020-02-09

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CANADA “A” 75th MATCH 75th appearances for Canada / Joueuses avec 75 présences pour le Canada 1. Hooper, Charmaine 2001-06-19 2. Neil, Andrea 2003-05-19 3. Burtini, Silvana 2003-09-27 4. Morneau, Isabelle 2005-05-31 5. Sinclair, Christine 2006-02-25 6. Walsh, Amy 2006-08-26 7. Hermus, Randee 2006-10-28 8. Timko Baxter, Brittany 2008-04-02 9. Matheson, Diana 2008-04-08 10. Lang, Kara 2008-05-23 11. Kiss, Kristina 2008-07-27 12. Wilkinson, Rhian 2010-02-27 13. LeBlanc, Karina 2010-03-30 14. Chapman, Candace 2010-11-02 15. Schmidt, Sophie 2012-01-19 16. Tancredi, Melissa 2012-03-06 17. McLeod, Erin 2012-07-09 18. Moscato, Carmelina 2013-04-04 19. Kyle, Kaylyn 2013-06-02 20. Gayle, Robyn 2013-12-15 21. Desiree Scott 2014-03-12 22. Emily Zurrer 2014-06-18 23. Buchanan, Kadeisha 2018-03-07 24. Lawrence, Ashley 2019-05-18 25. Fleming, Jessie 2020-03-04 26. Chapman, Allysha 2020-03-10

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ÉQUIPE NATIONALE FÉMININE « A » FIFA GOALS Goals scored at the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ (16 players) / Les buts marqués au cours des Coupes du Monde Féminines de la FIFA™ (16 joueuses) Sinclair, Christine 10 Hooper, Charmaine 4 Latham, Christine 3 Burtini, Silvana 3 Donnelly, Geraldine 2 Lang, Kara 2 Bélanger, Josée 1 Buchanan, Kadeisha 1 Chapman, Candace 1 Fleming, Jessie 1 Franko, Martina 1 Lawrence, Ashley 1 Prince, Nichelle 1 Schmidt, Sophie 1 Stoumbos, Helen 1 Tancredi, Melissa 1 FIFA ASSISTS Assists recored at the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ / Les passes marquées au cours des Coupes du Monde Féminines de la FIFA™ Hooper, Charmaine 3 Lang, Kara 3 Sinclair, Christine 3 Burtini, Silvana 2 Beckie, Janine 1 Chapman, Candace 1 Donnelly, Geraldine 1 Kiss, Kristina 1 Latham, Christine 1 Lawrence, Ashley 1 Matheson, Diana 1 Neil, Andrea 1 Prince, Nichelle 1 Timko Baxter, Brittany 1 *Missing data from goal on 1999-6-19 FIFA CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets at the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ / Les blanchissages au cours des Coupes du Monde Féminines de la FIFA™ McLeod, Erin 4 Labbé, Stephanie 2 Swiatek, Taryn 2 FIFA AGE Teens at the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ / Les joueuses les plus jeunes au cours des Coupes du Monde Féminines de la FIFA™ Lang, Kara (2003) 16.91 Fleming, Jessie (2015) 17.24 Timko Baxter, Brittany (2003) 18.04 Dennis, Tanya (2003) 18.07 Huitema, Jordyn (2019) 18.11 Riviere, Jayde (2019) 18.39 Robinson, Jodi-Ann (2007) 18.40 Schmidt, Sophie (2007) 19.21 Moscato, Carmelina (2003) 19.44 Matheson, Diana (2003) 19.46

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Oldest players at the FIFA Women’s World Cup / Les joueuses les plus âgées au cours des Coupes du Monde Féminines de la FIFA Sinclair, Christine (2019) 36.03 Neil, Andrea (2007) 35.89 Hooper, Charmaine (2003) 35.74 Burtini, Silvana (2003) 34.40 Donnelly, Geraldine (1999) 33.57

CONCACAF CHAMPIONSHIP / CHAMPIONNAT DE LA CONCACAF CONCACAF Haiti 1991 Canada 1994 Canada 1998 USA 2002 USA 2006 Mexico 2010 USA 2018 :: 1991 - 2018

FINAL RANKING 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 26W-0D-5L

CONCACAF HONOURS MVP / Joueuses par excellence Burtini, Silvana 1998 Top Scorer / Meilleur buteuse Burtini, Silvana 1994 Burtini, Silvana 1998 Sinclair & Hooper (et al.) 2002 Sinclair, Christine (et al.) 2006 Outstanding Goalkeeper / Meilleur gardienne McLeod, Erin 2006 All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Chapman, Candace 2002 Hooper, Charmaine 2002 Lang, Kara 2002 Sinclair, Christine 2002 Fleming, Jessie 2018 Quinn, Rebecca 2018 CONCACAF TOURNAMENTS Most Concacaf / FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualifiers / Le plus de tournois joués au cours des Éliminatoires des Coupes du Monde de la FIFA Hooper, Charmaine 4 Neil, Andrea 4 Sinclair, Christine 4 CONCACAF APPEARANCES Most games at the Concacaf Women’s World Cup Qualifiers / Le plus de matchs joués au cours du Tournoi Qualicatif de la Concacaf Hooper, Charmaine 19 Sinclair, Christine 17 Burtini, Silvana 14 Chapman, Candace 12

Donnelly, Geraldine Matheson, Diana Schmidt, Sophie Walsh, Amy Neil, Andrea

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CONCACAF STARTS Most starts at the Concacaf Women’s World Cup Qualifiers / Le plus de titularisations au cours du Tournoi Qualicatif de la Concacaf Hooper, Charmaine 19 Sinclair, Christine 16 Burtini, Silvana 14 Chapman, Candace 12 Donnelly, Geraldine 9 Matheson, Diana 9 Schmidt, Sophie 9 CONCACAF MINUTES Most minutes at the Concacaf Women’s World Cup Qualifiers / Le plus de minutes au cours du Tournoi Qualicatif de la Concacaf Hooper, Charmaine 1,947 Sinclair, Christine 1,464 Chapman, Candace 1,073 Burtini, Silvana 1,047 CONCACAF MINUTE Fastest goals at the Concacaf Women’s World Cup Qualifiers / Les buts les plus rapides au cours du Tournoi Qualicatif de la Concacaf Hooper, Charmaine (1994-08-13) 2 Burtini, Silvana (1998-08-28) 2 Hooper, Charmaine (1998-09-09) 2 CONCACAF GOALS Goals scored at the Concacaf Women’s World Cup Qualifiers / Les buts marqués au cours du Tournoi Qualicatif de la Concacaf Hooper, Charmaine 26 Burtini, Silvana 24 Sinclair, Christine 19 Rosenow, Shannon 8 Leon, Adriana 6 Lang, Kara 5 Vamos, Lydia 5 Blaskovic, Tina 4 Caron, Annie 4 Filigno, Jonelle 4 Huitema, Jordyn 4 Morneau, Isabelle 3 Prince, Nichelle 3 Beckie, Janine 2 Bélanger, Josée 2 Chapman, Candace 2 Franck, Tanya 2 Hermus, Randee 2 Muir, Suzanne 2 Neil, Andrea 2 Quinn, Rebecca 2 Smith, Liz 2 Booth, Melanie 1 Cant, Connie 1 Donnelly, Geraldine 1


OLYMPIC / TOURNOI OLYMPIQUE OLYMPIC Beijing 2008 London 2012 Rio 2016 :: 2008 - 2016

FINAL RANKING 8th Bronze 3rd Bronze 3rd 9W-2D-5L

OLYMPIC APPEARANCES Matches at the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament / Le plus de matchs joués au Tournoi Olympique Matheson, Diana 16 Schmidt, Sophie 16 Sinclair, Christine 15 Tancredi, Melissa 14 Wilkinson, Rhian 13 Scott, Desiree 11 McLeod, Erin 9 Filigno, Jonelle 8 Timko Baxter, Brittany 6 Buchanan, Kadeisha 6 Chapman, Candace 6 Fleming, Jessie 6 Lawrence, Ashley 6 Moscato, Carmelina 6 Kyle, Kaylyn 6 Sesselmann, Lauren 6 OLYMPIC STARTS Most starts at the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament / Le plus de départs au Tournoi Olympique Sinclair, Christine 15 Matheson, Diana 14 Schmidt, Sophie 14 Tancredi, Melissa 14 Wilkinson, Rhian 13 Scott, Desiree 11 OLYMPIC MINUTE Fastest goal at the Olympic Football Tournament / Le but le plus rapide au cours des Tournois olympiques 2016-08-03 Beckie, Janine 19sec OLYMPIC GOALS Goals scored at the Olympic Football Tournament / Les buts marqués au cours des Tournois olympiques de football Sinclair, Christine 11 Tancredi, Melissa 7 Beckie, Janine 3 Chapman, Candace 1 Filigno, Jonelle 1 Lang, Kara 1 Matheson, Diana 1 Rose, Deanne 1 Schmidt, Sophie 1

OLYMPIC CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets (minimum 40 minutes) recorded at the Olympic Football Tournament / Blanchissages (minimum de 40 minutes) au cours des Tournois olympiques de football Labbé, Stephanie 2 McLeod, Erin 2 LeBlanc, Karina 1

CONCACAF OLYMPIC QUALIFIERS / QUALIFICATION OLYMPIQUE DE LA CONCACAF CONCACAF Costa Rica 2004 Mexico 2008 Canada 2012 USA 2016 USA 2020 :: 2004 - 2016

FINAL RANKING 3rd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 19W-1D-4L

CONCACAF APPEARANCES Sinclair, Christine 21 Tancredi, Melissa 17 Schmidt, Sophie 16 CONCACAF GOALS Sinclair, Christine 21 Tancredi, Melissa 9 Huitema, Jordyn 7 Jamani, Aysha 7 CONCACAF McLeod, Erin

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CONCACAF AGE Youngest players at the Concacaf Women’s World Cup Qualifiers / Les joueuses les plus jeunes au cours du Tournoi Qualicatif de la Concacaf Lang, Kristina (2002) 16.0 Timko, Brittany (2002) 17.1 Huitema, Jordyn (2018) 17.4 Grosso, Julia (2018) 18.1 Booth, Melanie (2002) 18.2 Moscato, Carmelina (2002) 18.4 Regan, Emma (2018) 18.7 Walsh, Cindy (1998) 18.9 Sinclair, Christine (2002) 19.3 Rustad, Clare (2002) 19.4 Chapman, Candace (2002) 19.5 Rose, Deanne (2018) 19.6 McLeod, Erin (2002) 19.6 Andrews, Sasha (2002) 19.7 Graham, Lesie-Anne (1994) 19.9 Oldest players at the Concacaf Women’s World Cup Qualifiers / Les joueuses les plus âgées au cours du Tournoi Qualicatif de la Concacaf Sinclair, Christine (2018) 35.3 Neil, Andrea (2007) 35.0 Hooper, Charmaine (2002) 34.8 Matheson, Diana (2018) 34.5 Hawthorne, Wendy (1994) 34.2

OLYMPIC TOURNAMENTS Most Olympic Football Tournaments / Le plus de Tournois olympiques Matheson, Diana 3 Schmidt, Sophie 3 Sinclair, Christine 3 Tancredi, Melissa 3 Wilkinson, Rhian 3

OLYMPIC ASSISTS Assists recorded at the Olympic Football Tournament / Les passes marqués au cours des Tournois olympiques Schmidt, Sophie 3 Wilkinson, Rhian 3 Sinclair, Christine 2 Tancredi, Melissa 2 Beckie, Janine 1 Bélanger, Josée 1 Fleming, Jessie 1 Lang, Kara 1 Lawrence, Ashley 1 Quinn, Rebecca 1 Rose, Deanne 1 Rustad, Clare 1 Scott, Desiree 1 Sesselmann, Lauren 1 Walsh, Amy 1

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CONCACAF CLEAN SHEETS Clean sheets at the Concacaf Women’s World Cup Qualifiers / Les blanchissages au cours du Tournoi Qualicatif de la Concacaf LeBlanc, Karina 7 Wright, Nicole 5 Chin, Carla 4 Hawthorne, Wendy 3 Labbé, Stephanie 3 McLeod, Erin 1 Sheridan, Kailen 1

OLYMPIC HONOURS Top Scorer / Meilleur buteuse Sinclair, Christine London 2012

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PLAYERS #CANWNT LES JOUEUSES

International matches through 31 December 2020. / Matchs internationaux jusqu’au 31 décembre 2020. (All years and all tournaments and friendlies / toutes les années et tous les tournois et matchs amicaux)

MP = Appearances / matchs; MS = Starts / départs; CS = Clean sheets / blanchissages; G = Goals / buts; A = Assists / passes). FWC = FIFA World Cup / Coupe du Monde de la FIFA; F88 = FIFA Women’s Invitational Tournament / Tournoi international féminine 1988; OLY = Olympic Football Tournament / Tournoi olympique de football ; CT = all Concacaf tournaments / Tournois de la Concacaf; CANWNT86 = Original member Women’s National Team 1986 / Membre originaire en 1986

GK #CANWNT Alcia, Leisha Chin, Carla Cossar, Janice D’Angelo, Sabrina Hawthorne, Wendy Labbé, Stephanie LeBlanc, Karina McLeod, Erin Sheridan, Kailen Simon, Sue Singfield, Tania Swiatek ,Taryn Wright, Nicole

MP MS 1 0 30 30 4 4 8 5 15 15 72 65 110 101 118 114 9 8 4 4 5 3 24 19 37 37

CS 0 8 1 4 6 35 47 45 6 0 1 5 11

DÉBUT 2006-11-01 1987-07-09 1987-12-17 2016-03-04 1990-04-20 2008-07-27 1998-07-21 2002-03-03 2016-03-07 1986-07-07 1993-06-21 2001-06-10 1996-05-15

LAST “A” 2006-11-01 1995-06-10 1988-06-05 2020-03-07 1995-05-13 2020-03-10 2015-05-25 2019-04-08 2020-03-04 1987-07-07 1996-05-18 2007-09-20 2002-03-01

POS GK GK GK GK GK GK GK GK GK GK GK GK GK

#xTOURNAMENTS / TOURNOIS (MP/MS) FWC (0/0) FWC (3/3), F’88 (2/2), 2xConcacaf (5/5), CANWNT86 F88 (2/2) FWC (0/0), OLY (1/1), 2xConcacaf (0/0) FWC (0/0), 3xConcacaf (7/7) 3xFWC (4/4), OLY (5/5), 4xConcacaf (11/11) 5xFWC (2/2), 2xOLY (2/1), 7xConcacaf (18/18) 4xFWC (10/10), 2xOLY (9/9), 6xConcacaf (13/12) FWC (0/0), 2xConcacaf (2/2) CANWNT86 FWC (0/0) 2xFWC (6/5), Concacaf (0/0) FWC (3/3), 2xConcacaf (8/8)

#CANWNT MP MS G,A DÉBUT LAST “A” POS #xTOURNAMENTS / TOURNOIS (MP/MS,G,A) Agnew, Lindsay 14 5 2017-03-06 2019-11-10 FB FWC (0/0), Concacaf (2/1) Andrews, Sasha 47 21 3g 2002-03-01 2009-03-12 CB FWC (2/1), 2xConcacaf (1/1) Beckie, Janine 70 57 31g,10a 2014-11-26 2020-03-10 F / FB FWC (4/4, 1a), OLY (5/4, 3g,1a), 3xCx (10/10, 7g,4a) Bélanger, Josée 57 44 7g,8a 2004-07-30 2017-02-04 F / FB FWC (5/5, 1g), OLY (4/3, 1a), 2xConcacaf (8/8, 2g,4a) Biggan, Jodie 2 2 1988-06-01 1988-06-05 FB F88 (2/2) Blaskovic, Tina 5 0 4g 1998-08-28 1999-01-06 F Concacaf (4/0, 4g) Bliskis, Lisa 1 1 1993-06-21 1993-06-21 F Concacaf (0/0) Booth, Melanie 66 37 1g,4a 2002-03-01 2013-03-08 FB FWC (0/0), OLY (0/0), 4xConcacaf (9/4, 1g,1a) Bowie, Mary-Beth 13 5 1a 1999-05-21 2000-06-28 M / F FWC (2/1), Concacaf (1/1, 1a) Boyd, Breanna 43 43 2g,3a 2000-03-14 2003-05-22 CB / FB 2xConcacaf (10/10, 2a) Buchanan, Kadeisha 101 96 4g,4a 2013-01-12 2020-03-04 CB 2xFWC (9/9, 1g), OLY (5/5), 3xConcacaf (13/13, 1g,1a) Buckland, Chelsea 13 2 1g,1a 2011-05-15 2012-05-30 F Concacaf (3/1) Burtini, Silvana 78 64 38g,8a 1987-07-05 2003-10-05 F 3xFWC (9/5,3g,2a), F88 (3/2,1a) , 5xConcacaf (20/20,25g,4a) Cant, Connie 23 23 4g 1986-07-07 1991-04-24 M F88 (4/4,1g), Concacaf (4/4, 1g), CANWNT86 Cant, Maureen 5 3 1986-07-07 1987-07-09 CANWNT86 Carle, Gabrielle 20 9 1g,1a 2015-12-09 2020-03-10 M / F FWC (0/0), 3xConcacaf (6/3, 1g,1a) Caron, Annie 35 28 8g,1a 1986-07-07 1995-06-10 M / F FWC (2/2), F88 (4/4,2g,1a), 2xConcacaf (9/7, 4g), CANWNT86 Chapman, Allysha 75 58 1g,3a 2014-10-25 2020-03-10 FB 2xFWC (9/8), OLY (5/2), 3xConcacaf (12/10, 2a) Chapman, Candace 114 103 6g,8a 2002-03-01 2012-08-09 CB / M 2xFWC (6/6,1g,1a), 2xOLY (6/5,1g), 5xConcacaf (20/20,2g,4a) David, Tracy 8 8 1986-07-07 1987-12-20 RB CANWNT86 Dennis, Tanya 18 14 2003-08-31 2007-09-20 FB 2xFWC (8/8), Concacaf (1/1) Dion, Marie-Claude 27 26 1996-05-12 2001-03-15 CB / RB 2xConcacaf (10/9) Donnelly, Geraldine 72 66 9g,1a 1986-07-09 1999-06-26 M 2xFWC (6/6, 2g,1a), F88 (4/4), 4xConcacaf (15/12,1g), CANWNT86

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POS #xTOURNAMENTS / TOURNOIS (MP/MS,G,A) F 2xFWC (6/5), 2xOLY (8/4,1g), 2xConcacaf (9/5,5g,2a) M 2xFWC (6/5,1g), OLY (6/6,1a), 3xConcacaf (11/9,3g,2a) FB / M Concacaf (0/0) M / FB FWC (3/3), 2xConcacaf (7/7,3g) CB FWC (3/3,1g), OLY (4/4), 2xConcacaf (5/5) F F88 (4/4, 1g,2a), Concacaf (5/4,4g) FB 3xFWC (1/0), 2xOLY (3/1), 4xConcacaf (10/5) M FWC (1/0), 2xConcacaf (1/0) M Concacaf (1/0) M FWC (0/0), 2xConcacaf (5/4,2a) M FWC (1/1) CB F88 (3/3), Concacaf (1/1) M FWC (3/3), Concacaf (3/0,1g) CB FWC (0/0) F Concacaf (2/1) CB 2xFWC (6/6), 3xConcacaf (10/9) F / FB FWC (0/0) CB / M 2xFWC (3/3), OLY (1/1), 5xConcacaf (18/18,3g,2a) F / CB 3xFWC (12/12,4g,4a), 7xConcacaf (32/31,36g,5a), CANWNT86 F FWC (1/1), 2xConcacaf (8/3,11g,1a) M / F FWC (5/4,7g) F Concacaf (5/4,7g) M FWC (0/0), Concacaf (5/5) F FWC (2/1), 2xConcacaf (7/5,2g,2a) M FWC (3/3), 2xConcacaf (7/7) M / FB 2xFWC (8/5,1a), 4xConcacaf (10/5,1g,2a) F88 (3/1) M 2xFWC (8/4), OLY (6/2), 2xConcacaf (10/8,1g) M / F 2xFWC (9/9,2g,3a), OLY (4/4,1g,1a), 4xConcacaf (16/11,6g,3a) F / CB FWC (6/6,3g,1a), 2xConcacaf (9/7,6g,1a) FB / M 2xFWC (9/9,1g,1a), OLY (6/5,1a), 3xConcacaf (15/13,5g,3a) CB CANWNT86 F 2xFWC (7/1), 2xConcacaf (6/2,10g,3a) F FWC (1/0) M CANWNT86 M Concacaf (2/0) CB Concacaf (3/1) M 4xFWC (13/12,1a), 3xOLY (16/14,1g,1a), 6xConcacaf (25/21,2g,3a) F Concacaf (1/0) M FWC, F88 (4/4, 1g), 3xConcacaf (9/8,1g) M CANWNT86 FB FWC (1/1), 3xConcacaf (10/8) FB 3xFWC (6/5), 4xConcacaf (16/11,3g) CB / M 3xFWC (3/1), OLY (6/6), 4xConcacaf (13/7,1g,1a) M Concacaf (1/1) FB / M 2xFWC (2/1), Concacaf (5/5,2g,1) FB 2xFWC (3/2), OLY (4/4), 2xConcacaf (8/8) M / FB 4xFWC (11/7,1a), 6xConcacaf (18/13,4g,2a) CB 2xFWC (9/9), 2xConcacaf (9/9) M FWC (2/2), 2xConcacaf (7/7) M Concacaf (0/0) M FWC (1/0), OLY (3/0), Concacaf (5/4,1g,1a) M F88 (1/0) FB CANWNT86 F FWC (3/3,1g,1a), OLY (3/0), 3xConcacaf (9/6,6g,5a) CB / M FWC (3/0), OLY (4/2,1a), 3xConcacaf (11/8,5g,1a) FB Concacaf (1/0) CB FWC (3/3), F88 (4/4), 2xConcacaf (7/7,1g), CANWNT86 FB FWC (3/1), Concacaf (4/4,1g,3a) F 2xFWC (4/0), OLY (3/0), 2xConcacaf (3/0,1g) F FWC (1/0), OLY (5/2,1g,1a), 3xConcacaf (8/5,5g,5a) F FWC (3/3), Concacaf (5/5,8g,3a) CB FWC (2/2), F88 (4/4, 2g), Concacaf (5/5), CANWNT86

CANADA WNT

LAST “A” 2015-06-21 2020-03-10 1994-08-05 2000-06-28 2009-05-25 1991-04-28 2015-03-09 1995-06-08 1995-05-11 2020-03-10 1999-06-23 1993-08-08 2004-02-03 2003-09-04 2000-06-28 1999-06-26 2019-04-08 2008-08-09 2006-07-30 2020-03-10 2014-11-26 2006-07-30 1999-06-06 2015-03-09 1995-06-10 2008-07-27 1988-06-08 2015-06-27 2010-11-05 2006-07-30 2020-03-10 1987-12-12 2020-03-07 1999-06-26 1986-07-09 2004-07-30 2011-09-22 2020-03-10 2011-05-28 1995-05-29 1987-07-09 1995-06-08 2006-11-26 2015-06-15 2012-01-21 1999-06-09 2017-02-04 2007-09-15 2006-07-30 1997-06-07 1999-01-10 2012-08-03 1990-07-23 1986-07-09 2020-03-10 2020-03-10 2018-10-08 1995-06-10 2020-03-10 2013-04-07 2020-03-10 2000-03-18 1995-06-10

HONOURS

DÉBUT 2008-01-16 2013-12-15 1993-06-10 1997-06-01 2005-09-01 1987-12-11 2006-06-25 1990-04-20 1994-04-12 2017-11-12 1999-05-21 1988-06-03 1998-07-19 2003-07-20 2000-05-07 1990-04-20 2018-03-05 2000-03-12 1986-07-07 2017-03-08 2013-11-24 2004-01-30 1996-07-04 2009-03-05 1990-04-16 2000-03-12 1987-07-05 2008-01-16 2002-03-01 2000-05-05 2013-01-12 1986-07-07 2013-01-12 1997-06-07 1986-07-09 2003-05-19 2008-03-07 2003-03-18 2010-04-24 1987-07-05 1986-07-07 1987-12-11 1995-04-11 2002-04-03 2011-11-22 1995-04-11 2004-01-30 1991-04-19 1999-06-03 1990-07-23 1997-06-01 2003-07-17 1988-06-08 1986-07-07 2013-01-12 2014-03-07 2018-10-08 1986-07-07 2017-11-12 2005-04-21 2015-12-09 1996-05-12 1986-07-07

HALL of FAME

#CANWNT MP MS G,A Filigno, Jonelle 71 45 11g,5a Fleming, Jessie 77 64 10g,4a Forsyth, Lynn 6 2 Franck, Tanya 29 28 3g, 1a Franko, Martina 55 54 5g Gareau, Fabienne 17 16 5g,3a Gayle, Robyn 81 31 2g,1a Gerrior, Suzanne 10 1 Graham, Leslie-Ann 8 0 Grosso, Julia 21 8 2a Haas, Jeanette 7 6 2a Hafting de Boer, Jenny 12 11 Harvey, Isabelle 44 28 3g Hathorn, Linda 3 0 Haxton, Kelly 6 1 Helland, Janine 47 46 1g Hellstrom, Jenna 4 1 1a Hermus, Randee 113 102 12g,3a Hooper, Charmaine 130 122 71g,19a Huitema, Jordyn 33 12 13g,1a Iacchelli, Selenia 4 0 1a Jamani, Aysha 11 6 7g Joly, Sarah 17 13 1g Julien, Christina 54 30 10g,3a Kelly, Angela 29 24 1g,2a Kiss, Kristina 75 51 8g,13a Klein, Cathy 5 2 Kyle, Kaylyn 101 61 6g,6a Lang, Kara 92 71 34g,11a Latham, Christine 49 43 15g,7a Lawrence, Ashley 91 71 7g,9a Lemieux, Janet 7 7 Leon, Adriana 66 29 19g,3a Maglio, Sara 5 0 Mansuy, Jeanne 1 1 Maranda, Véronique 12 4 1g Marton, Lexi 9 6 Matheson, Diana 206 183 19g,24a McCalla, Brooke 7 2 McEachern, Joan 32 29 2g,2a McNichol, Shelley 4 3 Mongrain, Luce 30 24 Morneau, Isabelle 87 66 6g,2a Moscato, Carmelina 94 64 2g,1a Mottershead, Alyscha 2 1 Muir, Suzanne 31 26 2g,1a Nault, Marie-Eve 71 49 2a Neil, Andrea 132 98 24g,7a Nonen, Sharolta 63 63 1g,2a O’Brien, Veronica 31 27 1g O’Neil, Stephanie 5 2 1g Parker, Kelly 40 30 3g,7a Petrasch-Milani, Linda 5 3 Pirie, Sally 2 1 Prince, Nichelle 59 26 11g,10a Quinn 59 32 5g,3a Regan, Emma 1 0 Ring, Michelle 45 42 2g,1a Riviere, Jayde 15 9 1g,5a Robinson, Jodi-Ann 56 18 7g,3a Rose, Deanne 48 27 9g,8a Rosenow, Shannon 28 23 11g,6a Ross, Cathy 35 33 3g


#CANWNT Rustad, Clare Schleppe, Shona Schmidt, Sophie Scott, Desiree Sedgwick, Nicole Serwetnyk, Carrie Sesselmann, Lauren Sinclair, Christine Smith, Liz Stewart, Chelsea Stoumbos, Helen Tancredi, Melissa Thorlakson, Katie Timko-Baxter, Brittany Vamos, Lydia Vermeulen, Amy Vernon, Rachelle Vriens, Sue Walsh, Amy Walsh, Cindy Watson, Tracey Wilkinson, Rhian Woeller, Shannon Zadorsky, Shelina Zurrer, Emily

MP MS G,A DÉBUT 45 31 3g,2a 2000-06-26 2 0 1991-04-19 199 174 19g,19a 2005-04-19 156 118 4a 2010-02-24 12 5 1995-04-11 19 8 1g 1986-07-07 46 42 4a 2011-09-17 296 285 186g,55a 2000-03-12 22 19 2g,1a 1996-05-15 44 12 2009-03-05 35 24 1g,1a 1993-06-10 125 95 27g,20a 2004-02-26 23 15 2g,1a 2004-07-30 132 83 5g,8a 2002-04-09 24 20 7g,1a 1990-04-16 12 5 1g,1a 2006-08-25 2 0 1988-06-01 20 20 1987-12-11 102 87 5g,6a 1998-07-19 24 17 1998-07-19 2 2 1986-07-07 181 150 7g,23a 2003-04-26 21 13 1a 2009-03-07 66 62 2g,3a 2013-01-14 82 65 3g,3a 2004-07-03

GK #CANWNT “A” MP MS Beanlands, Rachelle 1 1

CS DÉBUT LAST “A” P. 1 2011-10-20 2011-10-20 GK

#CANMNT “A” MP MS G, A Allen, Amber 25 10 6g Apps, Amy 2 1 Armstrong, Julie 6 5 1g • Baldursson, Gunn 1 0 Bonnick, Alysha 2 0 Bouchard, Myriam 1 1 Bourcier, Patricia 1 1 Brown, Heather 3 0 Busque, Melissa 3 2 Cameron, Tiffany 6 1 Chandonnet, Brigitte 4 0 1a Chénard, Laura 3 2 Chow, Roxanne 1 0 Cicchini, Amanda 6 2 Clarke, Summer 1 0 1g Daley, Rose 3 2 Drolet, Sophie 1 0 Ezurike, Nkem 5 0 Faulknor, Kennedy 4 3 Ferguson, Nancy 3 2 Finateri, Stefanie 1 0 Flock, Kendra 2 1 1g Gilles, Vanessa 2 1 Heatherington, Brandy 1 1 Houchen, Michele 5 4 2g Kelly, Maegan 6 1 1a Lagonia, Alyssa 4 0 Lamontagne, Alex 2 1 Lapalme, Anne-Marie 3 0 Lee, Katie 5 3 Legault-Cordisco, V. 2 1

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LAST “A” POS #xTOURNAMENTS / TOURNOIS (MP/MS,G,A) 2008-08-15 M OLY (4/4,1a), 3xConcacaf (7/5) 1991-04-28 M Concacaf (2/0) 2020-03-10 M 4xFWC (15/15,1g), 3xOLY (16/14,1g,3a), 7xCx (26/22,1g,5a) 2020-03-10 M 3xFWC (1/8), 2xOLY (11/11), 4xConcacaf (18/14,2a) 1996-07-04 FB FWC (0/0) 1996-05-18 F F88 (1/0), Concacaf (4/2), CANWNT86 2015-06-27 FB / CB FWC (4/4), OLY (6/6,1a), Concacaf (3/3) 2020-03-10 F 5xFWC (21/21,10g,3a), 3xOLY (15/15,11g,2a), 10xC. (43/39,45g,11a) 2000-06-08 M FWC (0/0), Concacaf (5/5,2g,1a) 2013-06-19 M / FB FWC (1/0), OLY (4/0), 2xConcacaf (5/1) 1998-08-30 F FWC (3/2,1g), 3xConcacaf (8/3) 2017-02-04 F 3xFWC (10/8,1g), 3xOLY (14/14,7g,2a), 6xConcacaf (20/18,10g,6a) 2007-09-15 F FWC (1/1) 2014-11-26 M / FB 3xFWC (9/7,1a), 2xOLY (6/0), 5xConcacaf (14/7) 1994-08-21 F 3xConcacaf (11/9,7g,1a) 2009-03-12 M Concacaf (5/5) 1988-06-05 F F88 (2/0) 1991-04-28 FB F88 (4/4), Concacaf (5/5) 2009-03-12 M 2xFWC (4/3), OLY (1/0,1a), 5xConcacaf (16/12,3g,1a) 2010-03-01 CB 2xConcacaf (4/3) 1986-07-09 CANWNT86 2017-02-04 FB / F 4xFWC (15/7), 3xOLY (13/13,3a), 6xConcacaf (18/16/1g,5) 2019-11-07 CB FWC (0/0), Concacaf (5/5) 2020-03-10 CB FWC (4/4), OLY (5/5), 3xConcacaf (15/14,1g,3a) 2015-04-09 CB 2xFWC (3/3), 2xOLY (4/4), Concacaf (1/1)

DÉBUT 2002-03-01 2005-09-01 2008-01-16 1987-07-09 2010-04-24 2010-03-01 2002-03-01 1996-05-15 2013-06-19 2013-01-12 1997-06-07 2010-03-01 1998-08-02 2005-04-21 2016-03-04 1993-06-10 1996-05-12 2014-03-05 2015-12-09 1993-06-10 2000-03-12 2010-02-20 2019-11-10 1995-05-13 1987-07-05 2017-11-09 2009-03-05 2017-03-03 2000-03-14 2000-03-18 2010-04-24

LAST “A” 2008-07-26 2005-09-04 2008-03-14 1987-07-09 2010-06-03 2010-03-01 2002-03-01 1996-07-04 2013-11-24 2013-06-02 1998-08-02 2010-12-12 1998-08-02 2006-07-30 2016-03-04 1993-06-21 1996-05-12 2015-01-15 2015-12-20 1993-06-21 2000-03-12 2010-03-01 2020-03-07 1995-05-13 1987-12-19 2019-11-07 2009-07-22 2017-03-06 2000-03-18 2001-03-13 2011-10-20

P. M M F F F CB FB M F F F M FB M F M M F CB M F F CB W M M M F M FB FB

#CANMNT “A” MP MS G, A Levasseur, Marie 7 3 1a McCarthy, Bryanna 6 3 Melhado, Rachel 1 0 Miernicki, Tracy 5 3 Miskimmin, Caley 2 1 Oduro, Christabel 5 4 Pacheco, Gina 1 0 Pietramala, Nadia 3 0 Pietrangelo, Amélia 6 3 1g Poole, Kelley 1 1 Quon, Rachel 4 1 Raber, Sari 7 3 Ramsay, Erin 1 0 Ranheim, Kathryn 2 2 Robinson, Leah 5 0 Romagnuolo, Tina 1 0 Rozwadowska, Wanda 9 6 1g Sawicki, Jaclyn 1 0 Simpson, Diamond 4 1 Sjoman, Kylla 2 2 Slaymaker, Heidi 9 6 Smith, Heather 1 0 1g Smith, Olivia 2 0 Stratigakis, Sarah 2 1 Trepanier, Noel 8 6 Tye, Cindy 6 5 Vella, Danielle 1 1 Warman, Katherine 5 0 Warner, Kim 6 1 Wiebe, Kami 2 0 Willis, Janine 10 10 Wu, Danica 2 0 Yarem, Stephanie 2 1 Yekka, Sura 13 6 Young, Ariel 1 0

DÉBUT 2015-12-13 2010-06-03 2013-06-19 1987-12-12 2010-03-01 2013-01-12 2009-07-19 1995-05-13 2010-12-09 1995-05-13 2014-03-05 2004-07-30 2006-08-22 1993-06-10 2001-02-10 2011-09-22 2001-06-10 2011-09-17 2010-12-09 2013-04-07 1995-04-11 2002-03-05 2019-11-07 2017-02-04 2001-03-11 2002-03-01 2000-03-12 2000-06-04 2000-11-11 1998-07-19 2001-02-10 2013-06-02 1999-01-06 2013-10-30 2017-11-12

LAST “A” 2017-04-09 2013-01-16 2013-06-19 1990-04-21 2010-04-24 2013-03-11 2009-07-19 1996-07-07 2011-10-22 1995-05-13 2014-11-26 2010-04-24 2006-08-22 1993-06-21 2009-03-10 2011-09-22 2002-03-07 2011-09-17 2011-10-22 2013-11-24 1998-08-02 2002-03-05 2019-11-10 2017-03-08 2002-03-05 2002-04-09 2000-03-12 2001-06-10 2001-03-15 1998-07-21 2001-06-19 2013-06-19 1999-01-10 2015-01-13 2017-11-12

P. FB FB CB M F M M F F M FB FB FB M M M M M FB F FB M M FB M M M M FB M FB FB CB


1987 CANADA WNT

1987 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G Baldursson, Gunn 0 0 0 Burtini, Silvana 2 1 xx Cant, Connie 7 7 xx 1g Cant, Maureen 2 1 xx Caron, Annie 5 5 xx 1g David, Tracy 5 5 390 Donnelly, Geri 8 8 xx Gareau, Fabienne 6 6 420 Hooper, Charmaine 3 2 xx Houchen, Michele 5 4 xx 2g Klein, Cathy 1 1 90 Lemieux, Janet 4 4 xx McEachern, Joan 7 6 xx McNichol, Shelley 1 1 90 Miernicki, Tracy 4 3 xx Mongrain, Luce 4 4 280 Ring, Michelle 6 5 xx Ross, Cathy 8 8 600 Serwetnyk, Carrie 7 3 xx Vriens, Sue 6 6 420

MIN G A 180 xx xx 0 180 90 2g 180 1a 0 0 180 75 180 xx xx 180 0 90 0 0 xx

CANADA Début 1986-07-07 Début 1986-07-07 Début 1986-07-07 Début 1986-07-07 Début 1986-07-09 Début 1986-07-07 Début 1986-07-07 Début 1986-07-09 Début 1986-07-07 Début 1986-07-07 Début 1986-07-07 Début 1986-07-07 Début 1986-07-07 Début 1986-07-07

Début 1987 CANADA Début 1987

Début 1987 Début 1987 Début 1987 Début 1987 Début 1987 Début 1987

Début 1987

1986 INTERNATIONALS

1987 INTERNATIONALS

1986 North American Cup / Coupe de l’Amérique du Nord Coach / entraîneur Neil Turnbull

1987 North American Cup / Coupe de l’Amérique du Nord Coach / entraîneur Neil Turnbull

1986 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1986-07-07 Blaine, MN, USA CAN L 0:2 USA National Sports Center 1st / 1e match international : CANADA. CANADA : 21 GK Sue Redepenning, 13 Connie Cant, Maureen Cant (Sally Pirie), 5 Tracy David, Cathy Ross, Janet Lemieux, Shelley McNichol capt., Michelle Ring (11 Annie Caron), 10 Tracey Watson, 8 Charmaine Hooper, Carrie Serwetnyk. Debut by all players / début par tous les joueuses. USA 18’ Joan Dunlop 0-1 USA 70’ Marcia McDermott 0-2

1987 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE 1 1987-07-05 Blaine, MN, USA CAN L 0:2 SWE North American Cup, National Sports Center CANADA : GK Sue Redepenning, Tracy David, Janet Lemieux, Cathy Klein début, Cathy Ross, Connie Cant (Joan McEachern début), Geri Donnelly (Silvana Burtini début), Michele Houchen début (Maureen Cant), Shelley McNichol capt., Annie Caron, Charmaine Hooper (Carrie Serwetnyk). SWE Eleonore Hultin 0-1 SWE Anna Svenjeby 0-2

1986 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1986-07-09 Blaine, MN, USA CAN W 2:1 USA Northwest Community TV ; National Sports Center CANADA : 21 GK Sue Redepenning, 5 Tracy David, Janet Lemieux, Cathy Ross capt., Sally Pirie, 15 Jeanne Mansuy début (11 Annie Caron 75’), Shelley McNichol, 13 Connie Cant, 10 Tracey Watson (Maureen Cant), 8 Charmaine Hooper, 6 Geri Donnelly début. CAN 6’ Geri Donnelly (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Hooper) CAN 45’ Geri Donnelly (right / droit) 2-0 (interception) USA 78’ Lisa Gimtter (right / droit) 2-1 (a. Heinrichs) 1986-07-09 After one win each, USA won 3-0 in a 30-minute mini match / Après une victoire chacun, les Etats-Unis ont remporté un mini match de 30 minutes

CANADA MNT

1986 CAN WNT MP MS Cant, Connie 2 2 Cant, Maureen 2 1 Caron, Annie 2 0 Cook, Denyse 0 0 David, Tracy 2 2 Donnelly, Geri 1 1 Hooper, Charmaine 2 2 Houchen, Michele 0 0 Kerby, Heather 0 0 Lemieux, Janet 2 2 Mansuy, Jeanne 1 1 McNichol, Shelley 2 2 Pirie, Sally 2 1 Ring, Michelle 1 1 Ross, Cathy 2 2 Saiko, Anita 0 0 Serwetnyk, Carrie 1 1 Shiels, Annette 0 0 Wakenshaw, Karen 0 0 Watson, Tracey 2 2

CANADA

1987 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE 1 1987-07-07 Blaine, MN, USA CAN L 2:4 USA North American Cup, National Sports Center CANADA : GK Sue Redepenning, Tracy David, Janet Lemieux, Maureen Cant, Cathy Ross, Connie Cant, Geri Donnelly, Michele Houchen, Joan McEachern, Silvana Burtini (Carrie Serwetnyk), Annie Caron. USA Denise Boyer USA Carin Jennings USA April Heinrichs USA April Heinrichs CAN Connie Cant CAN Annie Caron GROUP / GROUPE : SWE 4 points; USA 2; CAN 0.

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FUTSAL - PARA

1987 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS Chin, Carla 4 4 280 5 1 Cossar, Janice 2 2 140 4 1 Redepenning-Simon, S. 2 2 180 6 0

CANADA WNT

1986 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS CANADA Chin, Carla 0 0 0 Redepenning-Simon, S. 2 2 180 3 0 Début 1986-07-07 Tuton, Alison 0 0 0

HALL of FAME

1986 CANADA WNT

CANADA SOCCER

WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM / ÉQUIPE NATIONALE FÉMININE « A »


1987-07-09 Canada 0:1 USA U-19s Friendly match, Blaine, MN, USA 1987-07-11 Canada 2:0 Changchun Match for 5th-5e, North American Cup, Blaine, MN, USA Canada goals / buts : Connie Cant, Geri Donnelly

1987 INTERNATIONALS

CANADA : GK Carla Chin, Sue Vriens, Tracy David, Luce Mongrain, Cathy Ross, Connie Cant, Geri Donnelly, Joan McEachern, Carrie Serwetnyk (Michelle Ring), Annie Caron, Fabienne Gareau. NZL 23’ Monique Van de Elzen 0-1 GROUP : TPE 10; USA 6; Bergisch 6; NZL 6; CAN 1; AUS 1.

1988 CANADA WNT

World Women’s Invitational Tournament Chinese Cup 1987 Tournoi mondial féminin de la Coupe de Chine Coach / entraîneur Neil Turnbull Place : 5th / 5e

Canada’s 1988 season dedicated to Gunn Baldursson, who passed away on 26 November 1987 / saison dédiée à Gunn Baldursson, l’ancienne joueuse décédée le 26 novembre 1987.

1987 CANADA WNT (2x 35min) GROUP / GROUPE 3 1987-12-11 Kaohsiung City, TPE CAN W 2:0 HKG CANADA : GK Carla Chin début, Sue Vriens début, Janet Lemieux, Luce Mongrain début, Cathy Ross, Connie Cant, Geri Donnelly, Michelle Ring, Carrie Serwetnyk, Fabienne Gareau début, Michele Houchen. CAN 24’ Michele Houchen 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 44’ Michele Houchen 2-0 (interception)

1988 CAN WNT Chin, Carla Cossar, Janice

1987 CANADA WNT (2x 35min) GROUP / GROUPE 3 1987-12-12 Kaohsiung City, TPE CAN L 0:2 AUS CANADA : GK Carla Chin, Sue Vriens, Janet Lemieux (Tray Miernicki début), Luce Mongrain, Cathy Ross, Geri Donnelly, Joan McEachern, Michelle Ring, Carrie Serwetnyk, Fabienne Gareau, Michele Houchen. AUS 26’ Jane Oakley 0-1 AUS 34’ Jane Oakley 0-2 1987-12-13 Canada 2:0 Taiwan B Liang-yu Chinese Cup Group 3 / Groupe 3 de la Coupe de Chine Canada goals / buts : Michelle Ring, Michelle Houchen GROUP / GROUPE : AUS 4 points; CAN 4; TPE-B 4; HKG 0. 1987-12-15 Canada 0:1 SSG Bergisch Gladbach Chinese Cup Final Group / Groupe Finale de la Coupe de Chine 1987 CANADA WNT (2x 35min) GROUP / GROUPE FINALE 1987-12-16 TPE CAN L 0:2 TPE CANADA : GK Carla Chin, Sue Vriens, Tracy David, Tracy Miernicki, Cathy Ross, Connie Cant, Geri Donnelly, Joan McEachern, Michelle Ring, Annie Caron, Fabienne Gareau. TPE 3’ ?? 0-1 TPE 57’ ?? 0-2 1987 CANADA WNT (2x 35min) GROUP / GROUPE FINALE 1987-12-17 TPE CAN D 0:0 AUS CANADA : GK Janice Cossar, Sue Vriens, Tracy Miernicki, Luce Mongrain, Cathy Ross, Connie Cant, Geri Donnelly, Joan McEachern (Charmaine Hooper), Michelle Ring, Annie Caron (Carrie Serwetnyk), Fabienne Gareau. 1987 CANADA WNT (2x 35min) GROUP / GROUPE FINALE 1987-12-19 Tapei, TPE CAN L 0:4 USA CANADA : GK Janice Cossar début, Sue Vriens, Tracy David, Tracy Miernicki, Cathy Ross, Connie Cant, Geri Donnelly, Joan McEachern, Michelle Ring (Michelle Houchen), Fabienne Gareau, Charmaine Hooper (Carrie Serwetnyk). USA 2’ Michelle Akers 1-0 (a. Henry) USA 20’ Michelle Akers 2-0 (a. Higgins) USA 47’ Lisa Gmitter 3-0 USA 63’ Wendy Gebauer 4-0 (a. Gmitter) 1987 CANADA WNT (2x 35min) 1987-12-20 TPE

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GROUP / GROUPE FINALE CAN L 0:1 NZL

MP MS MIN GA CS 2 2 160 1 1 2 2 160 3 0

1988 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A Biggan, Jodie 2 2 140 Burtini, Silvana 3 2 173 1a Cant, Connie 4 4 295 1g Caron, Annie 4 4 320 2g 1a Donnelly, Geri 4 4 320 Gareau, Fabienne 4 4 213 1g 2a Hafting, Jenny 3 3 240 Klein, Cathy 3 1 132 McEachern, Joan 4 4 320 1g Milani, Linda 0 0 0 Munro, Lisa 0 0 0 Ring, Michelle 4 4 320 Ross, Cathy 4 4 320 2g Serwetnyk, Carrie 1 0 32 Vernon, Rachelle 2 0 30 Vriens, Sue 4 4 320

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1988 FIFA TOURNAMENT FIFA Women’s Invitational Tournament Tournoi international féminin de football 1988 Coach / entraîneur Neil Turnbull 1988 CANADA WNT (2x40min) GROUP / GROUPE A 1988-06-01 Guangzhou, CHN CAN L 0:2 CHN GD TV ; Tianhe Sports Center, att. 45,000 CANADA : 1 GK Janice Cossar, Sue Vriens, 4 Michelle Ring, 12 Cathy Ross, Jodie Biggan début, 11 Connie Cant, 6 Geri Donnelly capt., Joan McEachern, Silvana Burtini (Rachelle Vernon 70’ début), Annie Caron, 17 Fabienne Gareau. CHN 24’ Wu Weiying (right / droit) 0-1 CHN 70’ Sun Qingme (right / gauche) 0-2 (rebound / rebonde) 1988 CANADA WNT (2x40min) GROUP / GROUPE A 1988-06-03 Foshan, CHN CAN W 6:0 CIV Fu Shan Stadium, att. 9,750 CANADA : GK Carla Chin, Sue Vriens, Jenny Hafting début, 4 Michelle Ring, 12 Cathy Ross, 11 Connie Cant, 6 Geri Donnelly, Joan McEachern, Silvana Burtini (Carrie Serwetnyk 48’), Annie Caron, 17 Fabienne Gareau (Cathy Klein 48’). CAN 12’ Annie Caron 1-0 (a. Burtini) CAN 20’ Annie Caron (PK) 2-0 CAN 25’ Fabienne Gareau 3-0 CAN 35’ Cathy Ross 4-0 (a. Gareau) CAN 60’ Joan McEachern 5-0 (a. Gareau) CAN 70’ Connie Cant 6-0


CANADA

1990 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A Cant, Connie 5 5 400 1g Donnelly, Geri 5 5 400 3g Gareau, Fabienne 2 2 160 1a Gerrior, Suzanne 1 0 40 Hafting, Jenny 5 4 332 Helland, Janine 4 4 320 Hooper, Charmaine 2 2 xx Kelly, Angela 3 2 93 1g McEachern, Joan 5 5 342 2a Miernicki, Tracy 1 0 30 Petrasch, Milani, Linda 4 3 224 Mongrain, Luce 2 1 110 O’Brien, Veronica 1 1 xx Ring, Michelle 5 4 xx 1a Ross, Cathy 5 5 400 1g Serwetnyk, Carrie 2 1 xx 1g Vamos, Lydia 3 1 151 Vriens, Sue 5 5 400

CANADA

Début

Début Début

Début

Début

1990 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Neil Turnbull 1990 CANADA WNT (2x40min) INTERNATIONAL 1990-04-16 Varna, BUL CAN D 1:1 URS International Women’s Tournament CANADA : GK Carla Chin, Michelle Ring, Cathy Ross, Sue Vriens, Luce Mongrain, Joan McEachern, Connie Cant, Linda Petrasch, Geri Donnelly, Jenny Hafting, Lydia Vamos début (Angela Kelly 77’ début). CAN 23’ Connie Cant 1-0 (interception) USSR 28’ ?? 1-1 1990-04-17 Canada 7:0 Reggio Calabria Varna International Women’s Tournament Canada goals / buts : Vamos (4), Petrasch, Ring, Donnelly

1990 CANADA WNT (2x40min) INTERNATIONAL 1990-07-23 Winnipeg, MB, CAN CAN L 0:2 NOR Winnipeg Soccer Complex, att. 350 Referee / arbitre : Mario Perrino (Derrett, Blackwood). CANADA : 18 GK Carla Chin, 16 Veronica O’Brien début (4 Michelle Ring), 11 Janine Helland, 12 Cathy Ross, 14 Sue Vriens, 7 Jenny Hafting, 13 Connie Cant, 6 Geri Donnelly capt., 8 Joan McEachern, 17 Fabienne Gareau, 5 Charmaine Hooper (10 Carrie Serwetnyk). NOR 31’ Heidi Støre 0-1 NOR 57’ Birthe Hegstad 0-2 1990 CANADA WNT (2x40min) INTERNATIONAL 1990-07-27 Winnipeg, MB, CAN CAN L 1:4 USA Winnipeg Soccer Complex, att. 800 Referee / arbitre : Willie Laidlaw (Capmotti, Blackwood). CANADA : 18 GK Carla Chin, 4 Michelle Ring INJ (7 Jenny Hafting 38’), 12 Cathy Ross, 11 Janine Helland, 14 Sue Vriens, 6 Geri Donnelly capt., 13 Connie Cant, 8 Joan McEachern (9 Linda Petrasch HT), 10 Carrie Serwetnyk, 17 Fabienne Gareau, 5 Charmaine Hooper. USA 18’ Kristine Lilly (head / tête) 0-1 (a. .. ) USA 40+2’ Mia Hamm (right / droit) 0-2 (interception) USA 57’ Carin Jennings (left / gauche) 0-3 USA 67’ Wendy Gebauer (right / droit) 0-4 CAN 72’ Carrie Serwetnyk (left / gauche) 1-4 (a. Gareau)

CANADA SOCCER CANADA MNT

1990 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS Chin, Carla 4 4 320 7 1 Hawthorne, Wendy 1 1 80 2 0

1990 CANADA WNT (2x40min) INTERNATIONAL 1990-04-21 Varna, BUL CAN W 5:0 URS (3rd-3e) International Women’s Tournament, Gagarin Stadium CANADA : GK Carla Chin, Sue Vriens, Cathy Ross, Janine Helland, Jenny Hafting (Luce Mongrain 50’), Angela Kelly (Tracy Miernicki 50’), Connie Cant, Linda Petrasch (Lydia Vamos 24’), Joan McEachern, Geri Donnelly capt., Michelle Ring. CAN 33’ Angela Kelly 1-0 (a. McEachern) CAN 35’ Cathy Ross 2-0 (a. McEachern) CAN 44’ Geri Donnelly 3-0 (a. Ring) CAN 48’ Geri Donnelly 4-0 (interception) CAN 71’ Geri Donnelly 5-0 (interception)

FUTSAL - PARA

1990 CANADA WNT

1990 CANADA WNT (2x40min) INTERNATIONAL 1990-04-20 Varna, BUL CAN L 0:2 CHN (SEMI / DEMI) International Women’s Tournament CANADA : GK Wendy Hawthorne, Sue Vriens, Cathy Ross, Janine Helland, Jenny Hafting début, Joan McEachern (Lydia Vamos 62’), Connie Cant, Linda Petrasch, Angela Kelly, Michelle Ring (Suzanne Gerrior HT), Geri Donnelly. CHN 24’ ?? 0-1 CHN 67’ ?? 0-2

CANADA WNT

1988 CANADA WNT (2x40min) QUARTER / QUART 1988-06-08 Guangzhou, CHN CAN L 0:1 SWE (QF) Tianhe Sports Center, att. 27,000 Referee / arbitre : Egil Nervik (Wang, Zhung). CANADA : Carla Chin, Sue Vriens, Jenny Hafting, 4 Michelle Ring, 12 Cathy Ross, 11 Connie Cant (Linda Petrasch 55’ début), Cathy Klein, Joan McEachern, Annie Caron, 6 Geri Donnelly, 17 Fabienne Gareau (Silvana Burtini 25’). SWE 6’ Pia Sundhage 0-1 (a. Karlsson)

1990-04-18 Canada 1:0 GH Varna Varna International Women’s Tournament Canada goal / but : Michelle Ring

1991 CANADA WNT 1991 CAN WNT Chin, Carla Hawthorne, Wendy Tuton, Allison

MP MS MIN GA CS 5 5 400 5 4 0 0 0 0 0 0

CWC 1.CWC 1.CWC

1991 CAN WNT Cant, Connie Caron, Annie Donnelly, Geri Faulknor, Sandy

MP MS MIN G A 4 4 320 1g 5 4 308 4g 5 5 353 0 0 0

CWC 1.CWC 1.CWC 1.CWC 1.CWC

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1988 CANADA WNT (2x40min) GROUP / GROUPE A 1988-06-05 Guangzhou, CHN CAN D 1:1 NED Tianhe Sports Center, att. 12,000 CANADA : 1 GK Janice Cossar, Sue Vriens, 4 Michelle Ring, 12 Cathy Ross, Jodie Biggan (Rachelle Vernon 60’), 11 Connie Cant, Jenny Hafting, Joan McEachern, Annie Caron, 6 Geri Donnelly capt., 17 Fabienne Gareau (Cathy Klein 60’). NED 9’ Ria Vestjens (PK) 0-1 CAN 71’ Cathy Ross 1-1 (a. Caron) GROUP / GROUPE : CHN 6 points ; CAN 3; NED 3; CIV 0.


Gareau, Fabienne Gerrior, Suzanne Helland, Janine Hooper, Charmaine McEachern, Joan Mongrain, Luce Neil, Andrea O’Brien, Veronica Ring, Michelle Ross, Cathy Schleppe, Shona Serwetnyk, Carrie Vamos, Lydia Vriens, Sue

5 4 323 4g 1.CWC 0 0 0 1.CWC 5 5 400 1.CWC 5 5 400 7g 1.CWC 5 5 375 1g 1.CWC 3 2 182 1.CWC 1 0 25 Début & 1.CWC 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 360 1.CWC 2 0 65 Début & 1.CWC 4 2 190 1.CWC 5 4 299 5g 1.CWC 5 5 400 1.CWC

1991 CONCACAF CHAMPIONSHIP 1991 Concacaf Women’s Football Championship Championnat de football féminin de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Neil Turnbull

Place : 2nd / 2e

1991 CANADA WNT (2x40min) GROUP / GROUPE B 1991-04-16 Port-au-Prince, HAI CAN W 6:0 CRC Stade Sylvio Cator, att. 40,000 Referee / arbitre : Bonifacio Nunez (Fairbanks, Perez). CANADA : 18 GK Carla Chin, 14 Sue Vriens, 16 Luce Mongrain, 12 Cathy Ross, 9 Janine Helland, 13 Connie Cant, 11 Annie Caron, 6 Geri Donnelly capt. (17 Fabienne Gareau 55’), 8 Joan McEachern, 3 Charmaine Hooper, 15 Lydia Vamos (10 Carrie Serwetnyk 55’). CAN 15’ Joan McEachern 1-0 CAN 22’ Charmaine Hooper 2-0 CAN 29’ Lydia Vamos 3-0 CAN 48’ Charmaine Hooper 4-0 CAN 59’ Fabienne Gareau 5-0 CAN 70’ Annie Caron 6-0 1991 CANADA WNT (2x40min) GROUP / GROUPE B 1991-04-19 Port-au-Prince, HAI CAN W 9:0 JAM Stade Sylvio Cator, att. 40,000 Referee / arbitre : Willie Stewart (Nunez, Martinon). CANADA : 18 GK Carla Chin, 14 Sue Vriens, 8 Joan McEachern (7 Shona Schleppe 55’ début), 12 Cathy Ross, 9 Janine Helland, 13 Connie Cant capt., 11 Annie Caron (5 Andrea Neil 55’ début), 6 Geri Donnelly, 17 Fabienne Gareau, 3 Charmaine Hooper, 14 Lydia Vamos. CAN 5’ Fabienne Gareau 1-0 CAN 13’ Charmaine Hooper 2-0 CAN 24’ Fabienne Gareau 3-0 CAN 28’ Charmaine Hooper 4-0 CAN 46’ HAI own goal / but contre son camp 5-0 (o.g. Mairs) CAN 59’ Charmaine Hooper 6-0 CAN 63’ Charmaine Hooper 7-0 CAN 66’ Lydia Vamos 8-0 CAN 75’ Fabienne Gareau 9-0 1991 CANADA WNT (2x40min) GROUP / GROUPE B 1991-04-21 Port-au-Prince, HAI CAN W 2:0 HAI Stade Sylvio Cator, att. 40,000 Referee / arbitre : Manuel Sosa (Stewart, Perez). CANADA : 18 GK Carla Chin, 14 Sue Vriens, 8 Joan McEachern, 12 Cathy Ross, 9 Janine Helland, 13 Connie Cant, 6 Geri Donnelly capt., 17 Fabienne Gareau, 10 Carrie Serwetnyk, 3 Charmaine Hooper, 15 Lydia Vamos (11 Annie Caron 67’). CAN 20’ Charmaine Hooper 1-0 CAN 57’ Lydia Vamos 2-0 GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 6 points, HAI 4, CRC 2, JAM 0.

1991 CANADA WNT (2x40min) SEMI / DEMI 1991-04-24 Port-au-Prince, HAI CAN W 6:0 TRI Stade Sylvio Cator, att. 10,000 Referee / arbitre : Jack D’Aquila (Sosa, Nunez). CANADA : 18 GK Carla Chin, 14 Sue Vriens, 8 Joan McEachern, 12 Cathy Ross, 9 Janine Helland, 13 Connie Cant capt., 11 Annie Caron, 6 Geri Donnelly (16 Luce Mongrain 58’), 17 Fabienne Gareau (10 Carrie Serwetnyk 58’), 3 Charmaine Hooper, 15 Lydia Vamos. CAN 41’ Annie Caron 1-0 CAN 51’ Lydia Vamos 2-0 CAN 54’ Annie Caron 3-0 CAN 55’ Annie Caron 4-0 CAN 70’ Connie Cant 5-0 CAN 79’ Lydia Vamos 6-0 1991 CANADA WNT (2x40min) FINAL / FINALE 1991-04-28 Port-au-Prince, HAI CAN L 0:5 USA Stade Sylvio Cator, att. 30,000 Referee / arbitre : Willie Stewart (Herrera, Nunez). CANADA : 18 GK Carla Chin, 14 Sue Vriens, 8 Joan McEachern, 16 Luce Mongrain, 9 Janine Helland, 11 Annie Caron, 6 Geri Donnelly capt., 17 Fabienne Gareau, 12 Cathy Ross (7 Shona Schleppe HT), 3 Charmaine Hooper, 10 Carrie Serwetnyk (15 Lydia Vamos 63’). USA 3’ Michelle Akers 0-1 USA 13’ Michelle Akers 0-2 USA 15’ Kristine Lilly 0-3 USA 66’ April Heinrichs 0-4 USA 70’ Michelle Akers 0-5 Canada won Concacaf silver / Canada gagne la medaille d’argent Canada officially eliminated from the FIFA Women’s World Cup China 1991 / le Canada est officiellement éliminé de la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA, Chine 1991

1993 CANADA WNT 1993 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS Chin, Carla 3 3 212 12 0 Hawthorne, Wendy 3 3 270 1 2 Singfield, Tania 1 0 58 2 0

CONCACAF

1993 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A Bliskis, Lisa 1 1 90 Burtini, Silvana 3 3 238 1g Daley, Rose 3 2 135 Donnelly, Geri 3 3 270 Ferguson, Nancy 3 2 225 Forsyth, Lynn 3 1 120 Hafting, Jenny 4 4 270 Helland, Janine 5 5 450 Hooper, Charmaine 6 6 540 1g Kelly, Angela 4 3 315 McEachern, Joan 3 3 201 Mongrain, Luce 5 5 450 Neil, Andrea 2 1 135 O’Brien, Veronica 6 5 475 Ranheim, Kathryn 2 2 110 Ring, Michelle 6 5 495 Stoumbos, Helen 6 3 341 Vamos, Lydia 6 6 540 2g 1a

CONCACAF Début CWT Début CWT Début Début CWT CWT CWT CWT CWT CWT

1993 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneure Sylvie Béliveau

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CWT Début CWT Début & CWT CWT


1993-06-18, Columbus, OH, USA : Canada 3:3 USA “B” Ohio Women’s International Soccer Extravagenza Canada goals buts par : Stoumbos, Vamos, Wood Canada wins 5-4 on kicks / le Canada gagne 5-4 aux tirs Canada 3rd place / 3e place 1993 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1993-06-21 Detroit, MI, USA CAN L 0:3 USA Detroit Pontiac Silverdome, att. 3,372 Referee / arbitre : Steve Olsen (Akbay, Znamirovschi, West). CANADA : 18 GK Carla Chin (GK Tania Singfield 32’ début), 9 Janine Helland capt., 17 Kathryn Ranheim (11 Veronica O’Brien 65’), 13 Lynn Forsyth Rawson, 5 Andrea Neil, 7 Jenny Hafting (Michelle Ring HT), 2 Rose Daley (Nancy Ferguson HT), 3 Charmaine Hooper, 10 Helen Stoumbos, 15 Lydia Vamos, 8 Lisa Bliskis début. USA 25’ Joy Fawcett (right / droit) 0-1 (rebound / rebonde) USA 41’ Joy Fawcett (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Akers) USA 57’ Michelle Akers (left / gauche) 0-3 (a. ..)

1993 CONCACAF INVITATIONAL Concacaf Women’s Invitational Tournament Tournoi de football féminin de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneure Sylvie Béliveau

Place : 3rd / 3e

1993 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE 1993-08-04 Long Island, NY, USA CAN W 4:0 TRI New Hyde Park, att. 1,027 Referee / arbitre : Jack D’Aquilla (Reed, Herrera). CANADA : 1 GK Wendy Hawthorne, Janine Helland, Luce Mongrain, Michelle Ring, 13 Angela Kelly, Veronica O’Brien, 12 Joan McEachern (Helen Stoumbos 50’), 3 Charmaine Hooper, 6 Geri Donnelly, 15 Lydia Vamos, 17 Silvana Burtini. CAN 20’ Silvana Burtini (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Vamos)

1994 CANADA WNT 1994 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS Chin, Carla 1 1 90 3 0 Hawthorne, Wendy 9 9 810 17 4 Simpson, Samantha 0 0 0 Singfield, Tania 1 1 90 4 0 1994 CAN WNT Burtini, Silvana Caron, Annie Crawford, Tammy Donnelly, Geri Forsyth, Lynn Gerrior, Suzanne Graham, Leslie-Ann Helland, Janine Hooper, Charmaine Johnston, Stephanie Kelly, Angela Laverty, Eileen McEachern, Joan Mongrain, Luce Muir, Suzanne Neil, Andrea O’Brien, Veronica Ring, Michelle Stoumbos, Helen Vamos, Lydia

CWC 2.CWC 2.CWC

MP MS MIN G A CWC 11 11 990 9g 1.CWC 10 9 561 2.CWC 0 0 0 11 11 990 1g 2.CWC 3 1 160 1.CWC 3 0 53 2.CWC 6 0 103 Début & 1.CWC 7 6 540 2.CWC 11 11 990 10g 1a 2.CWC 0 0 0 11 8 794 1.CWC 0 0 0 2 0 25 2.CWC 10 8 730 2.CWC 0 0 0 8 8 654 2g 2.CWC 10 10 820 1g 1.CWC 11 11 990 1g 1.CWC 11 7 734 1.CWC 10 9 756 2.CWC

1994 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneure Sylvie Béliveau 1994 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1994-04-12 Milford, TRI CAN W 2:0 TRI CANADA : GK Wendy Hawthorne, Helen Stoumbos, Charmaine Hooper, Michelle Ring, Andrea Neil, Geri Donnelly, Janine Helland (Luce Mongrain 77’), Veronica O’Brien (Angela Kelly 64’),

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1993 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE 1993-08-08 Long Island, NY, USA CAN L 0:1 USA New Hyde Park, att. 1,637 Referee / arbitre : Ramesh Ramdhan (Curtis, Herrera). CANADA : 1 GK Wendy Hawthorne, Jenny Hafting, 6 Geri Donnelly, 12 Joan McEachern, Michelle Ring, Luce Mongrain, 13 Angela Kelly, Veronica O’Brien, 3 Charmaine Hooper, 15 Lydia Vamos, 17 Silvana Burtini (Helen Stoumbos 58’). USA 29’ Joy Fawcett (left / gauche) 0-1 Red / carton rouge 35’ USA Anson Dorrance (coach / entraîneur) GROUP / GROUPE : USA 9 points ; NZL 4; CAN 4; TRI 0.

FUTSAL - PARA

1993-06-16, Dayton,OH, USA : Canada 1:1 USA “B” Ohio Women’s International Soccer Extravagenza Canada goal / but par Lydia Vamos

1993 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE 1993-08-06 Long Island, NY, USA CAN D 0:0 NZL New Hyde Park, att. 500 Referee / arbitre : Ramesh Ramdhan (D’Aquilla, Reed). 25th / 25e match international : Geri Donnelly record. CANADA : 1 GK Wendy Hawthorne, Janine Helland, Luce Mongrain, Michelle Ring, 13 Angela Kelly, Veronica O’Brien, 12 Joan McEachern (Helen Stoumbos 61’), 3 Charmaine Hooper, 6 Geri Donnelly, 15 Lydia Vamos, 17 Silvana Burtini.

CANADA WNT

1993 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1993-06-14 Cincinnati, OH, USA CAN L 0:7 USA Galbreath Field, att. 1,100 Ref. / arbitre : Brian Darling (K.Baldeosingh, Hart, V.Baldeosingh). CANADA : GK Carla Chin, Janine Helland, Luce Mongrain, Jenny Hafting (Andrea Neil HT), Veronica O’Brien, Nancy Anne Ferguson, 2 Rose Daley (Angela Kelly HT), Michelle Ring, Helen Stoumbos (Lynn Forsyth 72’), 15 Lydia Vamos, 3 Charmaine Hooper. USA 1’ Kristine Lilly (right / droit) 0-1 (interception) USA 5’ Joy Fawcett 0-2 (a. Gabarra) USA 33’ Mia Hamm 0-3 USA 42’ Carin Gabarra (right / droit) 0-4 (a. Hamm) USA 51’ Michelle Akers 0-5 (a. Gabarra) USA 55’ Sarah Rafanelli 0-6 (a. Gabarra) USA 84’ Tiffeny Milbrett 0-7

CAN 40’ Lydia Vamos (right / droit) 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 50’ Lydia Vamos 3-0 CAN 79’ Charmaine Hooper 4-0

HALL of FAME

1993 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1993-06-10 Columbus, OH, USA CAN L 0:4 ITA Westerville North High School CANADA : GK Carla Chin, Janine Helland, Luce Mongrain, Jenny Hafting, Kathryn Ranheim début (Rose Daley HT début), Veronica O’Brien, Nancy Anne Ferguson début, Michelle Ring, Helen Stoumbos début (Lynn Forsyth 78’ début), 15 Lydia Vamos, 3 Charmaine Hooper. ITA 6’ Silvia Fiorini (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-1 ITA 13’ Federica D’astolfo (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-2 ITA 22’ Carolina Morace (head / tête) 0-3 (a. Marsiletti) ITA 72’ Marilu Baldelli (left / gauche) 0-4 (a. Morace)


Annie Caron (Leslie-Ann Graham 68’ début), Silvana Burtini, Lydia Vamos. CAN 59’ Silvana Burtini 1-0 CAN 90’ Charmaine Hooper 2-0 1994 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1994-04-14 San Fernando, TRI CAN L 1:4 USA Skinner Park, att. 1,000 CANADA : GK Tania Singfield, Helen Stoumbos (Leslie Ann Graham 70’), Charmaine Hooper, Michelle Ring, Geri Donnelly, Janine Helland, Veronica O’Brien, Annie Caron, Lydia Vamos (Angela Kelly 62’), Luce Mongrain, Silvana Burtini. USA 6’ Michelle Akers 0-1 USA 23’ Michelle Akers 0-2 USA 37’ Carin Gabarra 0-3 USA 56’ Carin Gabarra 0-4 CAN 82’ Charmaine Hooper 1-4 1994 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1994-04-17 Port of Spain, TRI CAN L 0:3 USA Queens Park Oval, att. 500 CANADA : GK Wendy Hawthorne, Helen Stoumbos (Suzanne Gerrior 73’), Charmaine Hooper, Michelle Ring, Andrea Neil (Lynn Forsyth 35’), Geri Donnelly, Janine Helland, Annie Caron (Angela Kelly HT), Lydia Vamos (Leslie Ann Graham 77’), Luce Mongrain, Silvana Burtini. USA 1’ Tisha Venturini 0-1 USA 11’ Michelle Akers 0-2 USA 68’ Shannon MacMillan 0-3 1994 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1994-07-25 Ottawa, ON, CAN CAN L 1:4 CHN Terry Fox Sports Complex, att. 1,525 Referee / arbitre : Johnny Jerome (Denoncourt, Godon, Roy). CANADA : 1 GK Wendy Hawthorne, 4 Michelle Ring capt., 5 Andrea Neil, 16 Luce Mongrain, 6 Geri Donnelly, 10 Veronica O’Brien, 11 Annie Caron (2 Helen Stoumbos HT), 13 Angela Kelly, 3 Charmaine Hooper, 15 Lydia Vamos (14 Leslie Ann Graham 71’), 17 Silvana Burtini. CAN 4’ Veronica O’Brien (right / droit) 1-0 CHN 19’ Shi Guihong (left / gauche) 1-1 (rebound / rebonde) CHN 21’ Shi Guihong (right / droit) 1-2 (a. ..) CHN 26’ Chen Yufeng (right / droit) 1-3 (interception) CHN 40’ Zhao Lihong (left / gauche) 1-4 1994 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1994-07-27 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN L 1:2 GER Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard, att. 768 Referee / arbitre : Dino Bucci (Denoncourt, Godon, Jerome). CANADA : 1 GK Wendy Hawthorne, 4 Michelle Ring capt., 5 Andrea Neil, 16 Luce Mongrain, 6 Geri Donnelly, 10 Veronica O’Brien, 11 Annie Caron (2 Helen Stoubos HT), 13 Angela Kelly (12 Joan McEachern 68’), 3 Charmaine Hooper, 15 Lydia Vamos, 17 Silvana Burtini. Red / rouge 79’ Andrea Neil CAN 5’ Charmaine Hooper 1-0 GER 17’ Maren Meinert 1-1 GER 89’ Birgit Prinz 1-2 1994 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1994-08-03 Ottawa, ON, CAN CAN L 0:3 SWE Keith Harris Stadium (Carleton U.), att. 2,107 Referee / arbitre : Tony Camacho (Chalmers, Denoncourt, Alves). CANADA : 22 GK Carla Chin, 4 Michelle Ring capt., 5 Andrea Neil, 9 Janine Helland (7 Lynn Forsyth 76’), 13 Angela Kelly, Helen Stoumbos (8 Suzanne Gerrior 62’), 6 Geri Donnelly, 10 Veronica O’Brien, 15 Lydia Vamos, 3 Charmaine Hooper, 17 Silvana Burtini.

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SWE 53’ Eva Zeikfalvy (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. ..) SWE 64’ Ulrika Kalte (right / droit) 0-2 SWE 90’ Malin Lundgren (right / droit) 0-3 (a. .. CK) 1994 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1994-08-05 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN L 1:2 SWE Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard, att. 2,227 Referee / arbitre : Sonia Denoncourt (Chalmers, Roy, Bucci). CANADA : 1 GK Wendy Hawthorne, 4 Michelle Ring capt., 16 Luce Mongrain, 7 Lynn Forsyth Rawson, 13 Angela Kelly, 11 Annie Caron (2 Helen Stoumbos 34’), 6 Geri Donnelly, 10 Veronica O’Brien, 15 Lydia Vamos (14 Leslie Ann Graham 75’), 3 Charmaine Hooper, 17 Silvana Burtini. CAN 47’ Charmaine Hooper (PK left foot / pied gauche) 1-0 SWE 76’ Anneli Andelen (right / droit) 1-1 SWE 86’ Helene Johansson (head / tête) 1-2

1994 CONCACAF CHAMPIONSHIP 1994 Concacaf Women’s Championship Championnat de football féminin de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneure Sylvie Béliveau Place : 2nd / 2e Top Scorer / meilleure buteuse : Silvana Burtini Canada qualified for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Sweden 1995 / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA, Suède 1995 1994 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE 1994-08-13 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN W 7:0 JAM Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard, att. 1,821 Referee / arbitre : Benito Archundia (Denoncourt, Hepburn, Hall). CANADA : 1 GK Wendy Hawthorne, 16 Luce Mongrain (9 Janine Helland 63’), 4 Michelle Ring capt., 5 Andrea Neil, 10 Veronica O’Brien (11 Annie Caron 60’), 6 Geri Donnelly, 13 Angela Kelly, 2 Helen Stoumbos, 15 Lydia Vamos, 17 Silvana Burtini, 3 Charmaine Hooper. CAN 2’ Charmaine Hooper (left / gauche) 1-0 CAN 26’ Silvana Burtini (left / gauche) 2-0 CAN 28’ Silvana Burtini (left / gauche) 3-0 CAN 65’ Geri Donnelly (left / gauche) 4-0 CAN 67’ Charmaine Hooper (PK left foot / pied gauche) 5-0 CAN 78’ Charmaine Hooper (right / droit) 6-0 CAN 87’ Andrea Neil (head / tête) 7-0 1994 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE 1994-08-15 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN W 6:0 MEX Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard, att. 1,256 Referee / arbitre : Brian Hall (Kelly, Hepburn, Barrett). CANADA : 1 GK Wendy Hawthorne, 4 Michelle Ring, 16 Luce Mongrain, 9 Janine Helland, 2 Helen Stoumbos (14 Leslie Ann Graham 76’), 6 Geri Donnelly, 10 Veronica O’Brien, 11 Annie Caron, 13 Angela Kelly (12 Joan McEachern 87’), 3 Charmaine Hooper, 17 Silvana Burtini. CAN 19’ Silvana Burtini (left / gauche) 1-0 CAN 27’ Silvana Burtini (left / gauche) 2-0 CAN 33’ Charmaine Hooper (left / gauche) 3-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 44’ Silvana Burtini (right / droit) 4-0 CAN 60’ Silvana Burtini (right / droit) 5-0 CAN 75’ Silvana Burtini (left / gauche) 6-0 1994 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE 1994-08-19 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN W 5:0 TRI Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard, att. 1,355 Referee / arbitre : Benito Archundia (Denoncourt, Hepburn, Hall). CANADA : 1 GK Wendy Hawthorne, 9 Janine Helland, 4 Michelle Ring capt., 5 Andrea Neil, 10 Veronica O’Brien (16 Luce Mongrain 66’), 11 Annie Caron (2 Helen Stoumbos HT), 6 Geri Donnelly, 13


1995 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS Chin, Carla 10 10 906 36 1 Hawthorne, Wendy 2 2 135 3 0 Singfield, Tania 1 0 45 1 0

FIFA WWC 1.FWWC 1.FWWC 1.FWWC

1995 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A FIFA WWC Burtini, Silvana 7 7 624 2g 1a 1.FWWC Caron, Annie 8 5 462 1g 1.FWWC Donnelly, Geri 12 12 1031 2g 1.FWWC Gerrior, Suzanne 6 1 179 1.FWWC Graham, Leslie-Ann 2 0 46 Heatherington, Brandy 1 1 58 Helland, Janine 8 8 720 1.FWWC Hooper, Charmaine 11 11 938 4g 3a 1.FWWC Kelly, Angela 11 11 941 2a 1.FWWC McEachern, Joan 5 5 350 1.FWWC Mongrain, Luce 6 4 378 1.FWWC Morneau, Isabelle 3 1 135 Début & 1.FWWC Muir, Suzanne 9 7 651 Début & 1.FWWC Neil, Andrea 8 6 563 1.FWWC O’Brien, Veronica 7 6 502 1.FWWC Pietramala, Nadia 1 0 32 Poole, Kelley 1 1 90 Ring, Michelle 12 12 970 1g 1.FWWC Ross, Cathy 10 8 701 1.FWWC Sedgwick, Nicole 8 3 369 Début & 1.FWWC Slaymaker, Heidi 3 2 241 Début Stoumbos, Helen 11 9 833 1g 1a 1.FWWC

1995 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneure Sylvie Béliveau 1995 CANADA WNT 1995-04-11 Poissy, FRA

INTERNATIONAL CAN L 0:1 FRA

1995 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1995-05-05 Tokyo, JPN CAN L 0:1 JPN Nishigaoka Stadium CANADA : 18 GK Carla Chin, Suzanne Muir, 4 Michelle Ring, Cathy Ross, 8 Nicole Sedgwick (16 Luce Mongrain 19’), 13 Angela Kelly (Suzanne Gerrior 62’), 6 Geri Donnelly capt., 10 Veronica O’Brien, 12 Joan McEachern (Leslie Ann Graham 72’), 2 Helen Stoumbos, 3 Charmaine Hooper. JPN 96’golden goal / but en or Nami Otake (left / gauche) 0-1 1995 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1995-05-11 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN W 3:0 AUS Swangard Stadium, att. 856 Referee / arbitre : Sonia Denoncourt. CANADA : 18 GK Carla Chin, 14 Cathy Ross (Annie Caron 84’), 4 Michelle Ring, 9 Janine Helland, 5 Andrea Neil, 13 Angela Kelly, 6 Geri Donnelly, 10 Veronica O’Brien, 2 Helen Stoumbos (Leslie Ann Graham 68’), 3 Charmaine Hooper, 7 Silvana Burtini (Nicole Sedgwick 84’). CAN 4’ Michelle Ring (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Hooper) CAN 53’ Charmaine Hooper (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Stoumbos) CAN 88’ Charmaine Hooper (right / droit) 3-0 (rebound / rebonde) 1995 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1995-05-13 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN L 0:3 AUS Swangard Stadium, att. 1,000 Referee / arbitre : Sonia Denoncourt. CANADA : 1 GK Wendy Hawthorne (GK Tania Singfield HT), 20 Suzanne Muir, 4 Michelle Ring (Cathy Ross 20’), 9 Janine Helland capt., 5 Andrea Neil, 12 Joan McEachern, 6 Geri Donnelly (Nicole Sedgwick HT), 7 Kelley Poole, 2 Brandy Heatherington (Nadia Pietramala 58’), 15 Heidi Slaymaker, 17 Silvana Burtini. AUS 10’ Cheryl Salisbury (right / droit) 0-1 AUS 39’ Alison Forman (right / droit) 0-2 AUS 76’ Angela Iannotta (right / droit) 0-3

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CANADA SOCCER CANADA MNT

1995 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1995-04-14 Montpellier, FRA CAN D 1:1 ITA Stade de la Mosson CANADA : Carla Chin, Suzanne Muir, Cathy Ross, Michelle Ring, Luce Mongrain (Nicole Sedgwick HT), Angela Kelly, Geri Donnelly, Joan McEachern (Isabelle Morneau 64’), Annie Caron (Heidi Slaymaker 25’, Suzanne Gerrior 86’), Helen Stoumbos, Charmaine Hooper. ITA 26’ Carolina Morace 0-1 CAN 67’ Charmaine Hooper (PK) 1-1

FUTSAL - PARA

1995 CANADA WNT

1995 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1995-04-12 St-Maur, FRA CAN L 0:5 USA Stade Cheron CANADA : Carla Chin, Suzanne Muir, Cathy Ross, Michelle Ring, Nicole Sedgwick, Annie Caron (Isabelle Morneau 71’), Suzanne Gerrior, Geri Donnelly, Angela Kelly (Luce Mongrain 81’), Helen Stoumbos, Charmaine Hooper USA 21’ Mia Hamm 0-1 (a. Akers) USA 31’ Michelle Akers (PK) 0-2 USA 43’ Mia Hamm 0-3 USA 75’ Tiffeny Milbrett 0-4 USA 78’ Mia Hamm 0-5

CANADA WNT

1994 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE 1994-08-21 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN L 0:6 USA TSN, RDS ; Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard, att. 2,610 Referee / arbitre : Benito Archundia (Kelly, Black, Barrett). CANADA : 1 GK Wendy Hawthorne, 10 Veronica O’Brien, 16 Luce Mongrain, 4 Michelle Ring capt., 5 Andrea Neil, 11 Annie Caron (15 Lydia Vamos 69’), 13 Angela Kelly, 6 Geri Donnelly, 2 Helen Stoumbos (8 Suzanne Gerrior 82’), 17 Silvana Burtini, 3 Charmaine Hooper. USA 17’ Mia Hamm (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-1 USA 55’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-2 (o.g. Neil) USA 56’ Tiffany Roberts (right / droit) 0-3 (a. Lilly) USA 80’ Carin Gabarra (right / droit) 0-4 USA 87’ Julie Foudy (left / gauche) 0-5 USA 89’ Michelle Akers (right / droit) 0-6 GROUP / GROUPE : USA 12 pts; CAN 9; MEX 4; TRI 4; JAM 0. Canada won Concacaf silver / Canada gagne la medaille d’argent

Stade Leo Lagrange CANADA : Wendy Hawthorne, Suzanne Muir début, Michelle Ring, Luce Mongrain, Nicole Sedgwick début (Suzanne Gerrior 80’), Angela Kelly, Geri Donnelly (Cathy Ross 80’), Joan McEachern (Helen Stoumbos 64’), Charmaine Hooper (Annie Caron 32’), Heidi Slaymaker début, Isabelle Morneau début. FRA 77’ Marinette Pichon 0-1

HALL of FAME

Angela Kelly, 15 Lydia Vamos, 17 Silvana Burtini, 3 Charmaine Hooper. CAN 41’ Michelle Ring 1-0 (a. Hooper) CAN 70’ Silvana Burtini 2-0 CAN 75’ Andrea Neil 3-0 CAN 77’ Charmaine Hooper 4-0 CAN 90’ Charmaine Hooper 5-0 Qualified for Sweden / qualifié pour le Suède 1995


1995 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1995-05-19 Dallas, TX, USA CAN L 1:9 USA Franklin Stadium, att. 6,145 CANADA : 18 GK Carla Chin, 14 Cathy Ross (5 Andrea Neil 64’), 9 Janine Helland, 4 Michelle Ring (red / rouge), 15 Suzanne Muir, 6 Geri Donnelly, 13 Angela Kelly (19 Suzanne Gerrior 78’), 10 Veronica O’Brien, 11 Annie Caron, 2 Helen Stoumbos, 3 Charmaine Hooper. USA 22’ Mia Hamm 0-1 USA 31’ Carin Gabarra 0-2 USA 38’ Michelle Akers (PK) 0-3 CAN 41’ Annie Caron 1-3 (a. Kelly) Red card / carton rouge 44’ Michelle Ring USA 45’ Michelle Akers (PK) 1-4 USA 55’ Carin Gabarra 1-5 USA 59’ Kristine Lilly 1-6 USA 79’ Kristine Lilly 1-7 USA 82’ Tiffeny Milbrett 1-8 USA 87’ Mia Hamm 1-9 1995 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1995-05-22 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN L 1:2 USA TSN ; Commonwealth Stadium Referee / arbitre : Mike Seifert. CANADA : 18 GK Carla Chin, 14 Cathy Ross (8 Nicole Sedgwick 29’), 4 Michelle Ring, 9 Janine Helland, 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Geri Donnelly, 13 Angela Kelly, 10 Veronica O’Brien (11 Annie Caron HT), 3 Charmaine Hooper, 2 Helen Stoumbos, 17 Silvana Burtini. CAN 44’ Charmaine Hooper (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Kelly) USA 58’ Tiffeny Milbrett (head / tête) 1-1 USA 86’ Natalie Neaton (right / droit) 1-2 1995 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1995-05-29 København, DEN CAN L 0:5 DEN Valby Idrætspark Referee / arbitre : Gitte Lyngø Nielsen (Hørberg, Betting). CANADA : 18 GK Carla Chin, 16 Luce Mongrain (8 Nicole Sedgwick 67’), 9 Janine Helland, 4 Michelle Ring, 5 Andrea Neil (15 Suzanne Muir 82’), 6 Geri Donnelly, 12 Joan McEachern (10 Veronica O’Brien 60’), 13 Angela Kelly, 2 Helen Stoumbos, 3 Charmaine Hooper, 17 Silvana Burtini. DEN 2’ Gitte Krogh 0-1 DEN 45’ Gitte Krogh 0-2 DEN 50’ Gitte Krogh 0-3 DEN 57’ Lene Madsen 0-4 DEN 78’ Rikke Brink 0-5

1995 FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP FIFA Women’s World Cup Sweden 1995 Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA, Suède 1995 Coach / entraîneure Sylvie Béliveau Place : 10th / 10e 1995 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 1995-06-06 Helsingborg, SWE CAN L 2:3 ENG TSN ; Olympia, att. 655 Referee / arbitre : Eve Odlund (Jeon, Souza). CANADA : 18 GK Carla Chin, 14 Cathy Ross (15 Suzanne Muir 78’), 9 Janine Helland, 4 Michelle Ring, 5 Andrea Neil, 13 Angela Kelly, 6 Geri Donnelly capt., 10 Veronica O’Brien, 2 Helen Stoumbos, 3 Charmaine Hooper, 17 Silvana Burtini. ENG 51’ Gillian Coultard (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-1 ENG 76’ Marieanne Spacey (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-2 ENG 85’ Gillian Coultard (head / tête) 0-3 (a. Powell) CAN 87’ Helen Stoumbos (CK right foot / pied droit) 1-3 CAN 90’+1 Geri Donnelly (left / gauche) 2-3 (a. Burtini)

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1995 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 1995-06-08 Helsingborg, SWE CAN D 3:3 NGA TSN ; Olympia, att. 250 Referee / arbitre : Pirom Anprasert (Souza, Odlund). CANADA : 18 GK Carla Chin, 16 Luce Mongrain, 9 Janine Helland, 4 Michelle Ring capt., 5 Andrea Neil, 13 Angela Kelly, 6 Geri Donnelly, 10 Veronica O’Brien (19 Suzanne Gerrior 61’), 11 Annie Caron (2 Helen Stoumbos 77’), 3 Charmaine Hooper, 17 Silvana Burtini. CAN 12’ Silvana Burtini (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Hooper) CAN 22’ Geri Donnelly (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Hooper) NGA 26’ Rita Nwadike (left / gauche) 2-1 (a. ..) CAN 55’ Silvana Burtini (left / gauche) 3-1 (interception) NGA 61’ Patience Avre (head / tête) 3-2 (a. Nwadike) NGA 77’ Adaku Okoroafor (right / droit) 3-3 (a. Nwadike) 1995 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 1995-06-10 Gävle, SWE CAN L 0:7 NOR TSN ; Stromvallen, att. 2,715 Referee / arbitre : Maria Siqueira (Holm, Frai). CANADA : 18 GK Carla Chin, 14 Cathy Ross, 9 Janine Helland, 4 Michelle Ring, 15 Suzanne Muir (5 Andrea Neil 85’), 11 Annie Caron, 13 Angela Kelly, 6 Geri Donnelly capt., 3 Charmaine Hooper, 2 Helen Stoumbos, 17 Silvana Burtini. NOR 4’ Ann Kristin Aarønes (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Nymark) NOR 12’ Hege Riise (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Svensson) NOR 21’ Ann Kristin Aarønes (head / tête) 0-3 (a. Pettersen) NOR 72’ Marianne Pettersen (right / droit) 0-4 (a. Sandberg) NOR 84’ Randi Leinan (head / tête) 0-5 (a. Espeseth) NOR 89’ Marianne Pettersen (right / droit) 0-6 (a. Store) NOR 90’+3 Ann Kristin Aarønes (right / droit) 0-7 (a. Pettersen) GROUP / GROUPE : NOR 9 points ; ENG 6; CAN 1; NGA 1.

1996 CANADA WNT 1996 CAN WNT Singfield, Tania Wright, Nicole

MP MS MIN GA CS 2 2 180 6 1 3 3 270 9 0

1996 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A Brown, Heather 3 0 113 Dion, Marie-Claude 5 5 450 Donnelly, Geri 5 5 450 Drolet, Sophie 1 0 15 Helland, Janine 5 5 450 1g Joly, Sarah 2 1 118 Morneau, Isabelle 5 5 337 Muir, Suzanne 5 5 450 Neil, Andrea 5 5 422 O’Brien, Veronica 5 5 450 Pietramala, Nadia 2 0 50 Rosenow, Shannon 3 1 106 Sedgwick, Nicole 4 2 211 Serwetnyk, Carrie 3 0 68 Slaymaker, Heidi 3 3 130 Smith, Liz 4 4 360 Stoumbos, Helen 5 4 321

CANADA Début CANADA Début Début Début Début

Début Début

Début

1996 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Neil Turnbull 1996 CANADA WNT 1996-05-12 Worcester, MA, USA Foley Stadium, att. 4,312

US CUP ‘96 CAN L 0:6 USA


1996 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1996-07-04 Rapid City, SD, USA CAN L 1:2 BRA O’Harra Stadium, att. 2,000 CANADA : GK Nicole Wright, Janine Helland, Marie-Claude Dion, 15 Suzanne Muir, Liz Smith, 10 Veronica O’Brien, Andrea Neil (Sarah Joly 62’ début), 6 Geri Donnelly, Nicole Sedgwick (Heather Brown 20’, Nadia Pietramala 85’ début), Isabelle Morneau, Helen Stoumbos. CAN 34’ Janine Helland (PK) 1-0 BRA 63’ Katia 1-1 BRA 84’ Roseli (PK) 1-2 1996 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1996-07-07 Ottawa, ON, CAN CAN L 0:2 DEN Keith Harris Stadium (Carleton U.), att. 1,002 CANADA : GK Nicole Wright, Janine Helland, Marie-Claude Dion, Andrea Neil, 15 Suzanne Muir, 10 Veronica O’Brien, Sarah Joly, 6 Geri Donnelly, Liz Smith, Isabelle Morneau (Shannon Rosenow HT), Helen Stoumbos (Nadia Pietramala HT). DEN 54’ Birgit Christensen (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Kolding) DEN 63’ Christina Bonde (head / tête) 0-2

1997 CANADA WNT 1997 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS Wright, Nicole 3 3 300 9 0 ? other GK / autre GK

Début

Début

1997 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Neil Turnbull 1997 CANADA WNT US CUP ‘97 1997-05-31 New Britain, CT, USA CAN L 0:4 USA ESPN2 ; Veteran’s Stadium, att. 6,562 Referee / arbitre : Richard Eddy (Amster; Mangine; Cristini). CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 5 Andrea Neil, 3 Marie-Claude Dion (10 Veronica O’Brien 65’), 9 Janine Helland, 15 Suzanne Muir, 4 Tanya Franck début, 6 Geri Donnelly, 12 Liz Smith, 13 Heidi Slaymaker (16 Stephanie O’Neil 65’ début), 7 Isabelle Morneau, 17 Silvana Burtini (11 Shannon Rosenow HT). USA 40’ Tiffeny Milbrett (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Pearce) USA 58’ Mia Hamm (left / gauche) 0-2 (a. Lilly) USA 65’ Mia Hamm (right / droit) 0-3 (a. Keller) USA 74’ Mia Hamm (head / tête) 0-4 (a. Foudy) 1997 CANADA WNT US CUP ‘97 1997-06-04 Worcester, MA, USA CAN L 1:2 ITA Foley Stadium, att. 873 Referee / arbitre : Fred DeBrum (Cukor, Warren, Woo). CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 5 Andrea Neil, 3 Marie-Claude Dion (16 Stephanie O’Neil 8’), 9 Janine Helland, 15 Suzanne Muir, 6 Geri Donnelly (14 Sarah Joly 79’), 12 Liz Smith, 4 Tanya Franck, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 17 Silvana Burtini, 11 Shannon Rosenow. CAN 20’ Isabelle Morneau 1-0 (rebound / rebond) ITA 48’ Antonella Carta 1-1 (a. Fiorini) ITA 55’ Carolina Morace 1-2 (a. Ciradi) 1997 CANADA WNT (120 min) US CUP ‘97 1997-06-06 Oakford, PA, USA CAN L 2:3 AUS United German-Hungarian Club, att. 1,632 Referee / arbitre : Craig Lowry (Chmielnicki, Knecht, Wischner). CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 4 Tanya Franck, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 3 Marie-Claude Dion, 11 Shannon Rosenow (2 Brigitte Chandonnet début), 12 Liz Smith (13 Heidi Slaymaker), 14 Sarah Joly (10 Veronica O’Brien), 15 Suzanne Muir, 16 Stephanie O’Neil (3 Sara Maglio début), 17 Silvana Burtini, 9 Janine Helland. CAN 10’ Stephanie O’Neil 1-0 (a. Morneau) AUS 21’ Sunni Hughes 1-1 (a. Revell) AUS 55’ Sunni Hughes 1-2 (a. Gegenhuber) CAN 82’ Silvana Burtini 2-2 (a. Chandonnet) AUS 100’ Lisa Casagrande 2-3 e.t.

CANADA

141

CANADA MNT

Début

CANADA SOCCER

Début

FUTSAL - PARA

1996 CANADA WNT US CUP ‘96 1996-05-18 Washington, DC, USA CAN D 0:0 JPN RFK Stadium Referee / arbitre : Byungil Noh (Vergara, Nagel, Ehrsam). CANADA : GK Tania Singfield, Janine Helland, Marie-Claude Dion, Andrea Neil, Suzanne Muir, Liz Smith, Veronica O’Brien, Geri Donnelly, 3 Heidi Slaymaker (4 Nicole Sedgwick 19’), Isabelle Morneau (Heather Brown 67’), 2 Helen Stoumbos (Carrie Serwetnyk 67’). Japan wins 4-3 on kicks / le Japon gagne 4-3 aux tirs

CANADA

CANADA WNT

1996 CANADA WNT US CUP ‘96 1996-05-15 New Britain, CT, USA CAN L 0:5 CHN Veteran’s Stadium, att. 1,949 CANADA : GK Nicole Wright début, Marie-Claude Dion, Janine Helland, Andrea Neil, Suzanne Muir, Liz Smith début, Veronica O’Brien, Geri Donnelly, Heidi Slaymaker (Nicole Sedgwick 20’, Heather Brown 65’ début), Helen Stoumbos (Carrie Serwetnyk 60’), Isabelle Morneau (Shannon Rosenow 60’). CHN 44’ Shi Guihong 0-1 CHN 52’ Wei Haiying 0-2 (a. Fan Yunjie) CHN 63’ Wang Liping 0-3 CHN 78’ Wang Liping 0-4 CHN 86’ Wang Liping 0-5 (a. Zhao Lihong)

1997 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A Burtini, Silvana 3 3 255 1g Chandonnet, Brigitte 1 0 xx 1a Dion, Marie-Claude 3 3 193 Donnelly, Geri 2 2 169 Franck, Tanya 3 3 300 Helland, Janine 3 3 300 Joly, Sarah 2 1 xx Maglio, Sara 1 0 xx Morneau, Isabelle 3 3 300 1g 1a Muir, Suzanne 3 3 300 Neil, Andrea 2 2 180 O’Brien, Veronica 2 0 xx O’Neil, Stephanie 3 1 xx 1g Rosenow, Shannon 3 2 xx Slaymaker, Heidi 2 1 xx Smith, Liz 3 3 xx

HALL of FAME

Referee / arbitre : Fred Debrum (Cortes, van Nederpeit, Cukor). 50th / 50e match international : Geri Donnelly. CANADA : GK Tania Singfield, Janine Helland, Andrea Neil, Veronica O’Brien, Marie-Claude Dion début, Suzanne Muir, Geri Donnelly, Heidi Slaymaker, Nicole Sedgwick (Carrie Serwetnyk 75’), Shannon Rosenow début (Helen Stoumbos 31’), Isabelle Morneau (Sophie Drolet 75’ début). USA 5’ Julie Foudy 0-1 (a. Hamm) USA 18’ Tiffeny Milbrett 0-2 USA 52’ Shannon MacMillan 0-3 USA 63’ Carin Gabarra 0-4 (a. Akers) USA 77’ Cindy Parlow 0-5 USA 79’ Tiffany Roberts 0-6


1998 CANADA WNT 1998 CAN WNT Hawthorne, Wendy LeBlanc, Karina Wright, Nicole

MP MS MIN GA CS CWC 0 0 0 1 0 45 1 0 Début & 1.CWC 8 8 675 9 5 1.CWC

1998 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A Blaskovic, Tina 4 0 122 4g Burtini, Silvana 6 5 342 14g 2g Chandonnet, Brigitte 3 0 90 Chow, Roxanne 1 0 18 Dion, Marie-Claude 8 8 609 Donnelly, Geri 4 0 169 Einarson, Kristen 0 0 0 Franck, Tanya 7 7 528 2g Harvey, Isabelle 6 1 239 1g Helland, Janine 1 1 89 Hermus, Randee 0 0 0 Hooper, Charmaine 8 8 632 6g 1a Joly, Sarah 8 8 720 Morneau, Isabelle 8 8 683 3g Muir, Suzanne 8 8 648 2g 1a O’Neil, Stephanie 0 0 0 Rosenow, Shannon 8 8 637 9g 3a Slaymaker, Heidi 1 0 45 Smith, Liz 8 8 685 2g 1a Stoumbos, Helen 2 1 88 Walsh, Amy 8 8 675 Walsh, Cindy 4 1 127 Wiebe, Kami 2 0 54

CWC Début & 1.CWC 2.CWC Début 1.CWC 3.CWC 1.CWC Début & 1.CWC 3.CWC 1.CWC 1.CWC 1.CWC 1.CWC 1.CWC 1.CWC 2.CWC Début & 1.CWC Début & 1.CWC Début

1998 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Neil Turnbull 1998 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1998-07-19 Ottawa, ON, CAN CAN L 1:2 CHN Keith Harris Stadium (Carleton U.) CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 8 Marie-Claude Dion, 9 Janine Helland capt. INJ (5 Cindy Walsh 89’ début), 15 Suzanne Muir (16 Brigitte Chandonnet 63’), 10 Charmaine Hooper, 4 Tanya Franck, 14 Sarah Joly, 2 Liz Smith, 13 Amy Walsh début (6 Geri Donnelly HT, 3 Kami Wiebe 81’ début), 11 Shannon Rosenow (12 Isabelle Harvey 63’ début). CAN 24’ Shannon Rosenow 1-0 (a. Hooper) CHN 30’ Jin Yan 1-1 CHN 50’ Liu Ying 1-2 1998 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1998-07-21 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN L 0:4 CHN Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard Referee / arbitre Dino Bucci (Chalmers, Blackwood, Nsimba) CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright (18 Karina LeBlanc HT début), 14 Sarah Joly, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 8 Marie-Claude Dion, 15 Suzanne Muir (3 Kami Wiebe HT), 13 Amy Walsh, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 4 Tanya Franck (17 Silvana Burtini 76’), 2 Liz Smith (5 Cindy Walsh 73’), 11 Shannon Rosenow (16 Brigitte Chandonnet HT), 12 Isabelle Harvey. CHN 16’ Sun Wen 0-1 CHN 28’ Sun Wen 0-2 CHN 33’ Qiu Haiyan 0-3 CHN 52’ Sun Wen 0-4 1998 CANADA WNT 1998-08-02 Orlando, FL, USA

142

INTERNATIONAL CAN L 0:4 USA

Citrus Bowl, att. 34,416 Referee / arbitre : Sandra Hunt (Seitz, Wheeler, Lay) CANADA : Nicole Wright, Cindy Walsh, Isabelle Morneau (Roxanne Chow 72’ début), Marie-Claude Dion (Heidi Slaymaker HT), Liz Smith (Brigitte Chandonnet 72’), Sarah Joly, Suzanne Muir, Helen Stoumbos (Isabelle Harvey HT), Charmaine Hooper, Shannon Rosenow, Amy Walsh. USA 25’ Debbie Keller 0-1 USA 37’ Debbie Keller 0-2 USA 58’ Tiffeny Milbrett 0-3 USA 88’ Julie Foudy 0-4

1998 CONCACAF CHAMPIONSHIP 1998 Concacaf Women’s Championship Championnat de football féminin de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Neil Turnbull CHAMPIONS Most Valuable Player / Jouese par excellence Silvana Burtini Top Scorer / meilleure buteuse Silvana Burtini Canada qualified for the FIFA Women’s World Cup USA 1999 / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA, USA 1999 1998 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 1998-08-28 Etobicoke, ON, CAN CAN W 21:0 PUR Centennial Stadium, att. 1,922 Referee / arbitre : Ave Maria Alpizar (Socorro, Saez, Rebelledo) CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 8 Marie-Claude Dion, 14 Sarah Joly, 7 Isabelle Morneau (5 Cindy Walsh 71’), 4 Tanya Franck, 15 Suzanne Muir, 17 Silvana Burtini (9 Tina Blaskovic HT), 13 Amy Walsh, 2 Liz Smith, 15 Charmaine Hooper (6 Geri Donnelly HT), 11 Shannon Rosenow CAN 2’ Silvana Burtini (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Smith) CAN 7’ Silvana Burtini (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Muir) CAN 9’ Silvana Burtini 3-0 (interception) CAN 12’ Shannon Rosenow 4-0 CAN 15’ Silvana Burtini 5-0 CAN 18’ Tanya Franck 6-0 (a. Burtini) CAN 21’ Charmaine Hooper 7-0 CAN 24’ Silvana Burtini 8-0 (a. Rosenow) CAN 26’ Silvana Burtini 9-0 CAN 36’ Isabelle Morneau 10-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 38’ Charmaine Hooper 11-0 CAN 40’ Silvana Burtini 12-0 CAN 43’ Silvana Burtini 13-0 CAN 44’ Isabelle Morneau 14-0 CAN 62’ Tanya Franck 15-0 CAN 64’ Tina Blaskovic 16-0 CAN 69’ Shannon Rosenow 17-0 CAN 70’ Shannon Rosenow 18-0 CAN 73’ Tina Blaskovic 19-0 CAN 75’ Suzanne Muir 20-0 CAN 80’ Shannon Rosenow 21-0 1998 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 1998-08-30 Etobicoke, ON, CAN CAN W 14:0 MTQ Centennial Stadium, att. 2,121 Ref. / arbitre : Pascual Rebelledo (Socorro, Cicchinelli, Rodriguez) CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 4 Tanya Franck, 8 Marie-Claude Dion (12 Isabelle Harvey 69’), 14 Sarah Joly, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 15 Suzanne Muir, 10 Charmaine Hooper (9 Tina Blaskovic 47’), 13 Amy Walsh, 2 Liz Smith, 11 Shannon Rosenow, 17 Silvana Burtini (3 Helen Stoumbos 47’). CAN 3’ Silvana Burtini 1-0 CAN 13’ Silvana Burtini (head / tête) 2-0 CAN 21’ Charmaine Hooper (FK) 3-0 CAN 26’ Silvana Burtini (head / tête) 4-0


1998 CANADA WNT SEMI / DEMI 1998-09-04 Etobicoke, ON, CAN CAN W 2:0 CRC Centennial Stadium, att. 2,834 Referee / arbitre : Vivian Rodriguez (Soccoro, Cicchinelli, Patlak) CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 8 Marie-Claude Dion, 14 Sarah Joly, 4 Tanya Franck (6 Geri Donnelly 47’), 7 Isabelle Morneau, 15 Suzanne Muir, 13 Amy Walsh, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 2 Liz Smith, 17 Silvana Burtini capt., 11 Shannon Rosenow (12 Isabelle Harvey 79’). CAN 19’ Charmaine Hooper 1-0 (a. Rosenow) CAN 39’ Charmaine Hooper 2-0 (a. Burtini) Qualified for USA / qualifié pour le USA 1999 1998 CANADA WNT FINAL / FINALE 1998-09-06 Etobicoke, ON, CAN CAN W 1:0 MEX Rogers TV ; Centennial Stadium, att. 4,971 Referee / arbitre : Ave Maria Alpizar (Saez, Bishop, Moore) CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 4 Tanya Franck, 8 Marie-Claude Dion, 14 Sarah Joly, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 15 Suzanne Muir, 13 Amy Walsh, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 2 Liz Smith, 11 Shannon Rosenow, 17 Silvana Burtini capt. (9 Tina Blaskovic 75’). CAN 42’ Liz Smith (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Rosenow) Concacaf champions / champions de la Concacaf

1999 CANADA WNT 1999 CAN WNT Haz, Melanie LeBlanc, Karina Wright, Nicole

MP MS MIN GA CS 0 0 0 3 3 270 7 1 8 8 720 21 2

FIFA WWC 1.FWWC 1.FWWC 1.FWWC

1999 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A FIFA WWC Blaskovic, Tina 1 0 20 Bowie, Mary-Beth 7 2 266 Début & 1.FWWC Burtini, Silvana 8 7 537 3g 1a 2.FWWC Dion, Marie-Claude 2 2 180 Donnelly, Geri 11 9 832 1g 1a 2.FWWC Ethier, Joelle 0 0 0 Franck, Tanya 11 11 921 1a 1.FWWC

1999 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Neil Turnbull 1999 CANADA WNT AUSTRALIA CUP 1999-01-06 Sydney, AUS CAN L 0:1 ITA Marconi Stadium CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 2 Liz Smith INJ (16 Stephanie O’Neil 20’), 4 Tanya Franck (6 Geri Donnelly HT), 5 Cindy Walsh (3 Stephanie Yarem 76’ début), 8 Marie-Claude Dion, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 13 Amy Walsh, 14 Sarah Joly, 15 Suzanne Muir INJ (12 Isabelle Harvey 51’), 17 Silvana Burtini capt. (9 Tina Blaskovic 70’), 11 Shannon Rosenow. ITA 50’ Patrizia Panico 0-1 1999 CANADA WNT AUSTRALIA CUP 1999-01-10 Canberra, AUS CAN L 3:4 AUS Bruce Stadium, att. 3,851 50th / 50e match international : Charmaine Hooper. CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 3 Stephanie Yarem, 16 Stephanie O’Neil (11 Shannon Rosenow HT), 4 Tanya Franck, 6 Geri Donnelly, 8 Marie-Claude Dion, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 13 Amy Walsh, 14 Sarah Joly, 12 Isabelle Harvey, 17 Silvana Burtini. AUS 9’ Julie Murray 0-1 (a. Peters) AUS 16’ Angela Iannotta 0-2 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 30’ Geri Donnelly 1-2 CAN 50’ Charmaine Hooper (FK) 2-2 AUS 61’ Lisa Casagrande (head / tête) 2-3 (a. Iannotta) CAN 68’ Charmaine Hooper (FK) 3-3 AUS 90’ Anissa Tann-Darby (FK) 3-4 1999-01-13 Canada 1:0 Australia “B” Australia Cup, match for 3rd place / match pour 3e place Canada goal / but par Charmaine Hooper Not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international. 1999 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1999-05-21 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN W 3:0 MEX Swangard Stadium, att. 5,000 CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 9 Janine Helland, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 4 Tanya Franck, 2 Liz Smith (19 Mary Beth Bowie HT début), 13 Amy Walsh, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 6 Geri Donnelly (15 Suzanne Muir 60’), 16 Jeanette Haas début (12 Isabelle Harvey 70’), 17 Silvana Burtini (3 Cindy Walsh 75’), 11 Shannon Rosenow (14 Sarah Joly 77’). CAN 1’ Shannon Rosenow (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Burtini) CAN 45’ Silvana Burtini 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 52’ Shannon Rosenow (head / tête) 3-0 (a. Haas)

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7 6 420 2a Début & 1.FWWC 11 6 662 1g 1.FWWC 9 9 810 2.FWWC 11 11 969 8g 2a 2.FWWC 5 3 297 1g 1.FWWC 0 0 0 4 0 83 1.FWWC 7 7 585 2.FWWC 6 3 318 2.FWWC 3 0 154 1g 1a 2.FWWC 7 7 630 1a Début & 1.FWWC 2 1 115 11 10 774 2g 3a 1.FWWC 4 3 144 1.FWWC 0 0 0 11 11 990 1.FWWC 2 1 91 0 0 0 2 1 104 Début

FUTSAL - PARA

1998 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 1998-09-01 Etobicoke, ON, CAN CAN W 4:0 GUA Centennial Stadium, att. 2,756 Referee / arbitre : Pascual Rebelledo (Socorro, Saez, Rodriguez) CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 4 Tanya Franck (12 Isabelle Harvey HT), 8 Marie-Claude Dion (6 Geri Donnelly HT), 14 Sarah Joly, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 15 Suzanne Muir, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 13 Amy Walsh, 2 Liz Smith, 11 Shannon Rosenow, 17 Silvana Burtini (9 Tina Blaskovic 71’). CAN 2’ Charmaine Hooper 1-0 CAN 23’ Silvana Burtini 2-0 CAN 26’ Silvana Burtini (head / tête) 3-0 CAN 53’ Silvana Burtini 4-0 GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 9 points ; GUA 6; MTQ 3; PUR 0.

Haas, Jeanette Harvey, Isabelle Helland, Janine Hooper, Charmaine Joly, Sarah Lecot, Sophie Maglio, Sara Morneau, Isabelle Muir, Suzanne Neil, Andrea Nonen, Sharolta O’Neil, Stephanie Rosenow, Shannon Smith, Liz Stoumbos, Helen Walsh, Amy Walsh, Cindy Wiebe, Kami Yarem, Stephanie

CANADA WNT

CAN 28’ Suzanne Muir 5-0 CAN 30’ Shannon Rosenow 6-0 CAN 38’ Shannon Rosenow 7-0 Red card / carton rouge 42’ MTQ Rosita Pelage CAN 44’ Shannon Rosenow 8-0 CAN 55’ Shannon Rosenow 9-0 CAN 65’ Isabelle Morneau 10-0 CAN 72’ Tina Blaskovic 11-0 CAN 77’ Tina Blaskovic (PK) 12-0 CAN 81’ Isabelle Harvey 13-0 CAN 85’ Liz Smith (PK) 14-0 Red card / carton rouge 89’ MTQ Carin Rufferman

HALL of FAME


1999 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1999-05-24 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN W 2:0 MEX Swangard Stadium, att. 450 CANADA : 22 GK Karina LeBlanc, 9 Janine Helland, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 4 Tanya Franck, 19 Mary Beth Bowie (15 Suzanne Muir HT), 13 Amy Walsh, 10 Charmaine Hooper (6 Geri Donnelly 69’), 14 Sarah Joly, 16 Jeanette Haas, 17 Silvana Burtini (12 Isabelle Harvey 63’), 11 Shannon Rosenow (8 Sara Maglio HT). CAN 8’ Charmaine Hooper 1-0 (a. Rosenow) CAN 44’ Sarah Joly 2-0 (a. Rosenow) 1999 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1999-06-03 Portland, OR, USA CAN L 2:4 BRA Nike Complex CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 9 Janine Helland, 3 Sharolta Nonen début, 7 Isabelle Morneau (16 Jeanette Haas HT), 2 Liz Smith (15 Suzanne Muir HT), 6 Geri Donnelly, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 13 Amy Walsh, 4 Tanya Franck, 11 Shannon Rosenow (12 Isabelle Harvey 80’), 17 Silvana Burtini. CAN 10’ BRA own goal / but contre son camp 1-0 (o.g.) BRA 40’ .. 1-1 BRA 1H .. (head / tête) 1-2 CAN 60’ Silvana Burtini (head / tête) 2-2 (a. Hooper) BRA 63’ .. 2-3 BRA 66’ .. 2-4 1999 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1999-06-06 Portland, OR, USA CAN L 2:4 USA Civic Stadium, att. 23,325 CANADA : 20 GK Karina LeBlanc, 9 Janine Helland, 3 Sharolta Nonen, 15 Suzanne Muir, 16 Jeanette Haas (12 Isabelle Harvey 64’), 6 Geri Donnelly (14 Sarah Joly 76’), 10 Charmaine Hooper, 13 Amy Walsh, 4 Tanya Franck, 11 Shannon Rosenow (8 Sara Maglio 72’), 17 Silvana Burtini (18 Mary Beth Bowie 59’). CAN 7’ Charmaine Hooper 1-0 (a. Haas) USA 11’ Mia Hamm 1-1 USA 17’ Tiffeny Milbrett 1-2 (a. Hamm) CAN 44’ Charmaine Hooper 2-2 (a. Franck) USA 45’ Kristine Lilly 2-3 USA 83’ Cindy Parlow (head / tête) 2-4 1999 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1999-06-09 Etobicoke, ON, CAN CAN L 1:3 AUS Centennial Stadium, att. 3,486 Referee / arbitre : Johnny Jerome (Kristo, Schofield, Daleman). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 15 Suzanne Muir (2 Liz Smith 59’), 3 Sharolta Nonen, 9 Janine Helland capt., 4 Tanya Franck, 13 Amy Walsh, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 6 Geri Donnelly, 16 Jeanette Haas, 12 Isabelle Harvey, 11 Shannon Rosenow (11 Shannon Rosenow HT). AUS 8’ Alici Ferguson 0-1 CAN 24’ Isabelle Harvey 1-1 (a. Nonen) AUS 45’ Sharon Black 1-2 AUS 57’ Sharon Black 1-3 1999 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 1999-06-12 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 2:0 AUS Sportsnet ; Varsity Stadium, att. 4,639 Referee / arbitre : Sonia Denoncourt (Kristo, Schofield, Daleman). CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 3 Sharolta Nonen, 9 Janine Helland, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 16 Jeanette Haas (5 Andrea Neil HT), 6 Geri Donnelly capt., 10 Charmaine Hooper, 13 Amy Walsh, 4 Tanya Franck (Mary Beth Bowie 65’), 12 Isabelle Harvey, 11 Shannon Rosenow (Sara Maglio 80’). CAN 47’ Charmaine Hooper (PK left foot / pied gauche) 1-0 CAN 55’ Andrea Neil (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Rosenow)

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1999 FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP FIFA Women’s World Cup USA 1999 Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA, USA 1999 Coach / entraîneur Neil Turnbull Place : 12th / 12e 1999 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE C 1999-06-19 San Jose, CA, USA CAN D 1:1 JPN Sportsnet ; Spartan Stadium, att. 23,298 Referee / arbitre : Maria Siqueira (Cofie, Ribeiro, Hunt). CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 3 Sharolta Nonen, 4 Tanya Franck, 6 Geri Donnelly, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 9 Janine Helland, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 11 Shannon Rosenow, 12 Isabelle Harvey, 13 Amy Walsh, 17 Silvana Burtini INJ (5 Andrea Neil 55’). CAN 32’ Silvana Burtini (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Hooper) JPN 64’ Nami Otake (right / droit) 1-1 (rebound / rebonde) 1999 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE C 1999-06-23 Washington, DC, USA CAN L 1:7 NOR Sportsnet ; Jack Kent Cooke Stadium, att. 16,448 Referee / arbitre : Tammy Ogston (Ri, Lu, Zuo). CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 3 Sharolta Nonen, 4 Tanya Franck, 6 Geri Donnelly, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 9 Janine Helland capt., 10 Charmaine Hooper, 11 Shannon Rosenow (18 Mary Beth Bowie 70’), 12 Isabelle Harvey, 13 Amy Walsh, 16 Jeanette Haas (5 Andrea Neil 16’). NOR 8’ Ann Kristin Aarønes (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Knudsen) CAN 31’ Charmaine Hooper (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Neil) NOR 36’ Ann Kristin Aarønes (head / tête) 1-2 (a. Lehn) NOR 49’ Unni Lehn (right / droit) 1-3 (a. Aarønes) NOR 54’ Hege Riise (FK right foot / pied droit) 1-4 NOR 62’ Linda Medalen (head / tête) 1-5 NOR 76’ Marianne Pettersen (left / gauche) 1-6 (rebound / rebonde) NOR 87’ Solveig Gulbrandsen (left / gauche) 1-7 (rebound / rebonde) 1999 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE C 1999-06-26 New York, NY, USA CAN L 1:4 RUS Sportsnet ; New Meadowlands Stadium, att. 29,401 Referee / arbitre : Zuo Xiudi (Lu, Ri, Ogston). CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 3 Sharolta Nonen, 4 Tanya Franck, 6 Geri Donnelly, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 9 Janine Helland capt., 10 Charmaine Hooper, 11 Shannon Rosenow (8 Sara Maglio 80’), 12 Isabelle Harvey, 13 Amy Walsh, 18 Mary Beth Bowie (17 Silvana Burtini 55’). RUS 54’ Irina Grigorieva (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Barbachina) RUS 66’ Elena Fomina (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Grigorieva) CAN 76’ C. Hooper (head / tête) 1-2 (a. Donnelly) RUS 86’ Elena Fomina (right / droit) 1-3 (a. Letuchova) RUS 90’+1 Olga Karasseva (right / droit) 1-4 (a. Letuchova) GROUP / GROUPE : NOR 9 points ; RUS 6; CAN 1; JPN 1.

2000 CANADA WNT 2000 CAN WNT Budd, Jennifer Clewley, Kathryn Haz, Melanie LeBlanc, Karina Swiatek, Taryn Wright, Nicole

MP MS MIN GA CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 9 810 20 1 0 0 0 9 9 840 20 2

2000 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A Bowie, Mary-Beth 6 3 xx Boyd, Breanna 16 16 1452 1g Burtini, Silvana 12 8 xx 4g Dion, Marie-Claude 8 7 654

CGC

CGC CGC CGC CGC Début & CGC CGC CGC


Début & CGC Début Début & CGC Début CGC CGC

Début & CGC Début & CGC Début CGC CGC Début Début

2000 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud 2000 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2000-03-12 Lagoa, POR CAN L 0:4 CHN CANADA : 22 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Mary Beth Bowie (12 Isabelle Harvey HT), 4 Tanya Franck, 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 7 Cindy Walsh, 8 Danielle Vella début (Stefanie Finateri 60’ début), 10 Christine Sinclair début, 11 Shannon Rosenow (18 Kristina Kiss 75’ début), 13 Amy Walsh capt., 16 Randee Hermus début. CHN 12’ Sun Wen 0-1 CHN 19’ Jin Yan 0-2 CHN 35’ Zhang Ouying 0-3 CHN 52’ Sun Wen 0-4 2000 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2000-03-14 Albufeira, POR CAN L 1:2 NOR Estádio Municipal de Albufeira, att. 200 Referee / arbitre : Katrina Elovirta (Teixeira, Silva). CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 3 Breanna Boyd début, 4 Tanya Franck, 5 Andrea Neil (17 Anne Marie Lapalme 82’ début), 6 Sharolta Nonen, 7 Cindy Walsh, 10 Christine Sinclair, 11 Shannon Rosenow (18 Kristina Kiss 69’), 12 Isabelle Harvey, 13 Amy Walsh capt., 16 Randee Hermus. CAN 8’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 (a. Neil) NOR 14’ Marianne Pettersen 1-1 NOR 45’ Linda Ormen 1-2 2000 CANADA WNT 2000-03-16 Albufeira, POR Estádio Municipal de Albufeira

ALGARVE CAN W 2:1 FIN

2000 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 5-6 2000-03-18 Lagos, POR CAN W 3:2 DEN (MATCH 5th-6th / 5e-6e) CANADA : 22 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Breanna Boyd (4 Tanya Franck 72’), 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 7 Cindy Walsh, 10 Christine Sinclair (17 Ann-Marie Lapalme 85’), 12 Isabelle Harvey (11 Shannon Rosenow 78’), 13 Amy Walsh capt., 14 Katie Lee début, 16 Randee Hermus, 18 Kristina Kiss (2 Mary Beth Bowie 67’). CAN 2’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 DEN 10’ Merete Pedersen 1-1 CAN 26’ Breanna Boyd 2-1 CAN 55’ Christine Sinclair 3-1 DEN 58’ Lene Jensen 3-2 2000 CANADA WNT NIKE CUP 2000-05-05 Portland, OR, USA CAN W 1:0 KOR Civic Stadium Referee / arbitre : Brian Hall (Boisen, Pinski). CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 2 Isabelle Morneau (14 Katie Lee 75’), 3 Breanna Boyd, 4 Tanya Franck (9 Silvana Burtini HT), 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 7 Cindy Walsh, 10 Christine Sinclair, 12 Isabelle Harvey, 13 Amy Walsh capt., 15 Christine Latham début. CAN 71’ Andrea Neil (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Nonen CK) 2000 CANADA WNT NIKE CUP 2000-05-07 Portland, OR, USA CAN L 0:4 USA Civic Stadium, att. 7,659 Referee / arbitre : Sandra Hunt (Pinski, Boisen). CANADA : 22 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Isabelle Morneau, 3 Breanna Boyd, 4 Tanya Franck (9 Silvana Burtini 53’), 5 Andrea Neil (11 Kelly Haxton 74’ début), 6 Sharolta Nonen, 7 Cindy Walsh, 10 Christine Sinclair, 12 Isabelle Harvey, 13 Amy Walsh capt., 15 Christine Latham USA 46’ Julie Foudy 0-1 USA 75’ Cindy Parlow 0-2 USA 80’ Tiffeny Milbrett 0-3 USA 85’ Cindy Parlow 0-4 2000 CANADA WNT PACIFIC CUP 2000-05-31 Canberra, AUS CAN W 2:1 NZL AIS Athletics Stadium Referee / arbitre : Sheena Storrie (Calver, Trelor, Szokolai). CANADA : 22 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Breanna Boyd, 4 Liz Smith (17 Silvana Burtini 74’), 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Cindy Walsh, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 10 Christine Sinclair, 12 Isabelle Harvey, 13 Amy Walsh capt., 15 Christine Latham (11 Randee Hermus 80’), 18 Kristina Kiss. NZL 54’ Amanda Crawford 0-1 CAN 84’ Kristina Kiss 1-1 CAN 90’+2 Christine Sinclair 2-1 2000 CANADA WNT PACIFIC CUP 2000-06-02 Sydney, AUS CAN L 1:9 USA Sydney Football Stadium, att. 10,049 CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 3 Breanna Boyd, 5 Andrea Neil (11 Randee Hermus 59’), 6 Cindy Walsh, 7 Isabelle Morneau (17 Silvana Burtini 68’), 8 Marie-Claude Dion, 10 Christine Sinclair, 12

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CGC

CANADA MNT

Début & CGC

FUTSAL - PARA

Début & CGC

CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 2 Mary Beth Bowie (17 Anne-Marie Lapalme 80’), 3 Breanna Boyd, 4 Tanya Franck, 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 7 Cindy Walsh, 10 Christine Sinclair, 12 Isabelle Harvey (18 Kristina Kiss 75’), 13 Amy Walsh capt., 16 Randee Hermus. FIN 24’ Satu Kinnas 0-1 CAN 32’ Isabelle Harvey 1-1 CAN 89’ Amy Walsh 2-1 GROUP / GROUPE : NOR 9 points ; CHN 6; CAN 3; FIN 0.

CANADA WNT

Début CGC

HALL of FAME

Donnelly, Geri 0 0 0 Finateri, Stefanie 1 0 30 Franck, Tanya 8 7 532 1g Haas, Jeanette 0 0 0 Harvey, Isabelle 11 10 xx 1g Haxton, Kelly 6 1 xx Henry, Marie-Claude 0 0 0 Hermus, Randee 12 9 759 Hodge, Katie 0 0 0 Hooper, Charmaine 7 6 585 8g 1a Joly, Sarah 0 0 0 Kiss, Kristina 16 12 xx 2g 2a Lapalme, Anne-Marie 3 0 23 Latham, Christine 12 10 xx 4g 1a Lee, Katie 4 2 127 Maglio, Sara 0 0 0 Morneau, Isabelle 14 13 1149 Neil, Andrea 16 12 xx 3g 1a Nonen, Sharolta 8 8 720 1a O’Neil, Stephanie 0 0 0 Pigozzo, 0 0 0 Robinson, Leah 0 0 0 Rosenow, Shannon 3 2 156 Rustad, Clare 5 3 372 Samuel, Gillian 0 0 0 Sinclair, Christine 18 17 1599 15g Smith, Liz 3 1 165 Vella, Danielle 1 1 60 Walsh, Amy 18 18 1615 4g Walsh, Cindy 14 14 1191 Warman, Katherine 4 0 xx Warner, Kim 1 0 17 Wiebe, Kami 0 0 0 Willis, Janine 0 0 0


Isabelle Harvey, 13 Amy Walsh capt. (4 Liz Smith 55’), 15 Christine Latham, 18 Kristina Kiss. USA 17’ Tiffeny Milbrett 0-1 (a. Hamm) USA 19’ Shannon MacMillan 0-2 (a. Parlow) USA 38’ Cindy Parlow 0-3 (a. Fawcett) USA 40’ Tiffeny Milbrett 0-4 (a. Hamm) USA 49’ Lorrie Fair 0-5 (a. MacMillan) USA 51’ Lorrie Fair 0-6 (a. Milbrett) USA 58’ Tiffeny Milbrett 0-7 (a. Whalen) USA 69’ Cindy Parlow 0-8 (a. Hamm) USA 77’ Cindy Parlow 0-9 (a. Whalen) CAN 82’ Christine Sinclair 1-9 (a. Latham)

2000 CANADA WNT PACIFIC CUP 2000-06-04 Campbelltown, AUS CAN W 2:0 AUS Campbelltown Stadium CANADA : 22 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Breanna Boyd, 6 Cindy Walsh, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 10 Christine Sinclair, 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Isabelle Harvey, 13 Amy Walsh, 15 Christine Latham (4 Kelly Haxton 82’), 17 Silvana Burtini (9 Katherine Warman 79’ début), 18 Kristina Kiss. CAN 27’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 (a. Morneau) CAN 43’ Silvana Burtini 2-0 2000 CANADA WNT (120min) PACIFIC CUP 2000-06-08 Newcastle, AUS CAN D 2:2 CHN Breakers Stadium CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 3 Breanna Boyd, 6 Cindy Walsh (5 Andrea Neil 21’, 9 Katherine Warman 71’), 7 Isabelle Morneau, 10 Christine Sinclair, 11 Randee Hermus (4 Liz Smith 64’), 12 Isabelle Harvey, 13 Amy Walsh capt., 15 Christine Latham (2 Mary Beth Bowie 59’), 17 Silvana Burtini (14 Kelly Haxton 100’), 18 Kristina Kiss. CAN 2’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 CAN 19’ Christine Sinclair 2-0 CHN 67’ Sun Wen 2-1 CHN 79’ Bai Jie 2-2 No goals in extra time / aucun but en temps supplémentaire Canada wins 5-3 on kicks / le Canada gagne 5-3 aux tirs 2000 CANADA WNT PACIFIC CUP 2000-06-10 Newcastle, AUS CAN W 5:1 JPN Hunter Athletics 50th / 50e match international : Silvana Burtini. CANADA : 22 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Breanna Boyd, 6 Cindy Walsh, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 10 Christine Sinclair, 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Isabelle Harvey (sub), 13 Amy Walsh capt., 15 Christine Latham (sub), 17 Silvana Burtini (sub), 18 Kristina Kiss (sub); (Subs Andrea Neil, Mary Beth Bowie, Katherine Warman, Kelly Haxton). CAN 3’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 1-0 CAN 27’ Silvana Burtini 2-0 CAN 33’ Silvana Burtini 3-0 CAN 34’ Christine Latham (PK) 4-0 JPN 42’ Harue Sato 4-1 CAN 84’ Andrea Neil 5-1

2000 CONCACAF TOURNAMENT 2000 Concacaf Women’s Gold Cup Coupe d’Or Féminine de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud

Place : 4th / 4e

2000 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2000-06-24 Foxborough, MA, USA CAN W 4:3 MEX Sportsnet; Foxboro Stadium, att. 6,223 Referee / arbitre : Martha Toro (Saez, Merette, Alpizar). CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 3 Breanna Boyd, 4 Tanya Franck,

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6 Cindy Walsh, 7 Isabelle Morneau (18 Marie-Claude Dion 42’), 10 Christine Sinclair, 11 Randee Hermus (5 Andrea Neil HT), 13 Amy Walsh capt., 17 Silvana Burtini (15 Christine Latham 74’), 16 Kristina Kiss, 10 Charmaine Hooper. MEX 40’ Maribel Domínguez 0-1 CAN 49’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 1-1 CAN 71’ Amy Walsh 2-1 MEX 75’ Maribel Domínguez 2-2 CAN 76’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 3-2 (rebound / rebonde) MEX 82’ Iris Mora 3-3 CAN 87’ Charmaine Hooper 4-3

2000 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2000-06-26 Hershey, PA, USA CAN L 2:3 CHN Sportsnet; Hershey Park Stadium, att. 4,105 Referee / arbitre : Ave Maria Alpizar (Bramble, Saez, Seitz). CANADA : 22 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Breanna Boyd, 6 Cindy Walsh, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 18 Marie-Claude Dion, 11 Randee Hermus (9 Clare Rustad HT début), 13 Amy Walsh capt., 17 Silvana Burtini (10 Christine Sinclair HT), 15 Christine Latham (14 Kelly Haxon 78’), 16 Kristina Kiss, 10 Charmaine Hooper. CHN 6’ Pan Lina 0-1 CHN 9’ Zhang Ouying 0-2 CAN 31’ Charmaine Hooper 1-2 CHN 36’ Zhang Ouying 1-3 CAN 50’ Charmaine Hooper (PK) 2-3 2000 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2000-06-28 Louisville, KY, USA CAN W 12:0 GUA Sportsnet; Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium, att. 3,048 Referee / arbitre : Martha Toro (Saez, Merette, Alpizar). CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 3 Breanna Boyd, 13 Amy Walsh capt., 18 Marie-Claude Dion, 4 Tanya Franck (7 Isabelle Morneau 56’), 2 Mary Beth Bowie (16 Kristina Kiss HT), 9 Clare Rustad, 5 Andrea Neil, 12 Christine Sinclair, 14 Kelly Haxton MacLean (10 Charmaine Hooper HT), 15 Christine Latham. CAN 9’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Bowie) CAN 13’ Christine Latham 2-0 CAN 27’ Andrea Neil (PK) 3-0 CAN 39’ Tanya Franck 4-0 CAN 55’ Christine Latham (PK) 5-0 CAN 61’ Amy Walsh (right / droit) 6-0 CAN 71’ Charmaine Hooper 7-0 CAN 73’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 8-0 (a. Walsh) CAN 76’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 9-0 (a. Hooper) CAN 76’ Charmaine Hooper 10-0 CAN 81’ Christine Latham 11-0 CAN 84’ Kristina Kiss 12-0 GROUP / GROUPE : CHN 9 points ; CAN 6; MEX 3; GUA 0. 2000 CANADA WNT SEMI / DEMI 2000-07-01 Louisville, KY, USA CAN L 1:4 USA Sportsnet; Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium, att. 11,140 Referee / arbitre : Martha Toro (Bramble, Tovar, Moore). CANADA : 22 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Breanna Boyd, 6 Cindy Walsh, 18 Marie-Claude Dion (5 Andrea Neil 66’), 7 Isabelle Morneau, 16 Kristina Kiss, 9 Clare Rustad, 13 Amy Walsh capt., 12 Christine Sinclair, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 17 Silvana Burtini (15 Christine Latham HT). USA 12’ Shannon MacMillan 0-1 USA 38’ Shannon MacMillan 0-2 USA 45+’ Tiffeny Milbrett 0-3 CAN 58’ Charmaine Hooper (PK) 1-3 USA 65’ Mia Hamm 1-4 2000 CANADA WNT 2000-07-03 Foxborough, MA, USA Sportsnet; Foxboro Stadium, att. 20,123

MATCH 3-4 CAN L 1:2 CHN


2001 CANADA WNT CANADA Début CANADA

Début Début

2001 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2001-02-10 Rabat, MAR CAN W 4:0 MAR CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, Amy Walsh, Andrea Neil (Randee Hermus 64’), Breanna Boyd, Sharolta Nonen, Janine Willis début (Kim Warner HT), Kristina Kiss, Isabelle Harvey, Charmaine Hooper (Silvana Burtini HT), Christine Sinclair, Clare Rustad (Leah Robinson 64’ début). CAN 52’ Silvana Burtini 1-0 CAN 56’ Christine Sinclair 2-0 CAN 58’ Kristina Kiss 3-0 CAN 63’ Kristina Kiss 4-0 2001 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2001-02-12 Rabat, MAR CAN L 0:1 MAR CANADA : 22 GK Karina LeBlanc, Amy Walsh, Andrea Neil (sub), Breanna Boyd, Sharolta Nonen (Leah Robinson HT), Janine Willis, Kim Warner, Isabelle Harvey (sub), Christine Sinclair, Charmaine Hooper, Clare Rustad (sub); (subs Randee Hermus, Silvana Burtini). MAR 60’ ?? 0-1 2001 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2001-03-11 Lagos, POR CAN W 3:0 USA Estadio Municipal de Lagos, att. 150 CANADA : 22 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Noel Trépanier début, 3 Breanna Boyd, 5 Andrea Neil (15 Kim Warner 72’), 6 Sharolta Nonen, 9 Janine Willis, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 11 Christine Sinclair, 12 Isabelle Harvey (12 Clare Rustad 75’), 13 Amy Walsh capt., 16 Kristina Kiss. CAN 31’ Charmaine Hooper 1-0 (a. Kiss) CAN 37’ Christine Sinclair 2-0 (a. Kiss CK) CAN 90’+1 Charmaine Hooper 3-0 (rebound / rebonde) 2001 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2001-03-13 Silves, POR CAN L 2:5 SWE Referee / arbitre : Ana Brochado. CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright (22 GK Karina LeBlanc HT), 2 Noel Trépanier (15 Kim Warner HT), 3 Breanna Boyd, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 9 Janine Willis, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 11 Christine Sinclair, 13 Amy Walsh capt., 14 Katie Lee (12 Isabelle Harvey 67’), 16 Kristina Kiss, 17 Randee Hermus (5 Andrea Neil 75’). SWE 11’ Hanna Ljungberg 0-1 SWE 15’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-2 (o.g.) SWE 15’ Hanna Ljungberg 0-3 CAN 36’ Christine Sinclair 1-3 (a. Walsh) SWE 45’ Hanna Ljungberg 1-4 CAN 73’ Christine Sinclair 2-4 (a. Hermus) SWE 78’ Elin Flybor 2-5 2001 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2001-03-15 Albufeira, POR CAN W 2:1 POR Estádio Municipal de Albufeira Referee / arbitre : Vibeke Karlsen (Santos, Rebeca, Elovirta). 50th / 50e match international : Andrea Neil. CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 2 Noel Trépanier (15 Kim Warner

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2001 INTERNATIONAL

CANADA MNT

2000 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2000-11-11 Columbus, OH, USA CAN W 3:1 USA ESPN2 ; Crew Stadium, att. 8,569 CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 2 Kristina Kiss, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 8 Marie-Claude Dion, 5 Andrea Neil (3 Kim Warner 73’ début), 13 Amy Walsh capt., 14 Katie Lee (4 Clare Rustad 9’), 12 Christine Sinclair (16 Katherine Warman 89’), 17 Silvana Burtini, 10 Charmaine Hooper. CAN 19’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Hooper) CAN 21’ Charmaine Hooper (left / gauche) 2-0 (interception) USA 35’ Tiffeny Milbrett (PK right / droit) 2-1 Red card / carton rouge 2H Even Pellerud (coach / entraîneur) CAN 82’ Silvana Burtini (head / tête) 3-1 (a. Kiss FK)

2001 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A Bowie, Mary-Beth 0 0 0 Boyd, Breanna 12 12 1066 1g Burtini, Silvana 5 3 xx 1g Dion, Marie-Claude 1 1 56 Harvey, Isabelle 12 9 xx Hermus, Randee 8 3 xx 1a Hodge, Katie 0 0 0 Hooper, Charmaine 11 11 899 4g Kiss, Kristina 11 7 802 3g 3a Latham, Christine 6 6 495 1g Lee, Katie 1 1 67 Morneau, Isabelle 3 3 270 Neil, Andrea 11 8 709 Nonen, Sharolta 11 11 928 Parker, Kelly 0 0 0 Robinson, Leah 3 0 85 Rozwadowska, Wanda 5 4 291 1g Rustad, Clare 5 2 xx

Début

FUTSAL - PARA

2000 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2000-08-20 Kansas City, MO, USA CAN D 1:1 USA Arrowhead Stadium, att. 21,000 CANADA : 22 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Breanna Boyd, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 8 Marie-Claude Dion, 5 Andrea Neil, 13 Amy Walsh capt., 18 Kristina Kiss, 12 Christine Sinclair, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 17 Silvana Burtini (14 Katie Lee 77’). USA 74’ Kristine Lilly (PK left / gauche) 0-1 CAN 75’ Amy Walsh (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Kiss FK)

MIN GA CS 405 10 1 270 14 0 405 15 1

Début

CANADA WNT

Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud

MP MS 5 4 3 3 5 5

12 12 1080 6g 6 6 460 0 0 0 10 10 822 1a 1 0 36 5 1 213 10 10 855

Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud

2000 INTERNATIONALS

2001 CAN WNT LeBlanc, Karina Swiatek, Taryn Wright, Nicole

Sinclair, Christine Trepanier, Noel Vermeulen, Amy Walsh, Amy Warman, Katherine Warner, Kim Willis, Janine

HALL of FAME

Referee / arbitre : Cassie Moore (Bramble, Merette, Alpizar). CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 3 Breanna Boyd, 5 Andrea Neil (red / rouge), 7 Isabelle Morneau, 9 Clare Rustad (11 Randee Hermus 66’), 10 Charmaine Hooper, 12 Christine Sinclair, 13 Amy Walsh capt., 15 Christine Latham, 16 Kristina Kiss, 18 Marie-Claude Dion. CHN 42’ Jin Yan 0-1 CAN 59’ Charmaine Hooper (PK) 1-1 CHN 73’ Qiu Haiyan 1-2 Red card / carton rouge 89’ Andrea Neil


75’), 3 Breanna Boyd, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 8 Marie-Claude Dion (17 Randee Hermus 56’), 9 Janine Willis, 10 Charmaine Hooper (5 Andrea Neil 61’), 11 Christine Sinclair, 12 Isabelle Harvey, 13 Amy Walsh capt., 16 Kristina Kiss. CAN 8’ POR own goal / but contre son camp 1-0 (o.g. Celisa) POR 45’ Edite Fernandes 1-1 CAN 89’ Breanna Boyd (head / tête) 1-2 (a. Kiss FK) GROUP / GROUPE : SWE 9 points ; CAN 6; USA 3; POR 0.

2001 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 3-4 2001-03-17 Faro, POR CAN L 1:5 CHN (MATCH 3rd-4th / 3e-4e) 72nd / 72e match international : Charmaine Hooper record. CANADA : 22 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Noel Trépanier, 3 Breanna Boyd (4 Leah Robinson 76’), 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 9 Janine Willis, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 11 Christine Sinclair, 12 Isabelle Harvey, 13 Amy Walsh capt., 16 Kristina Kiss (7 Clare Rustad 82’). CAN 21’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 CHN 42’ Bai Liu 1-1 CHN 65’ Bai Liu 1-2 CHN 67’ Zhao Lhong 1-3 CHN 87’ Zhao Lhong 1-4 CHN 90’+2 Pu Wei 1-5 2001 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2001-06-10 Linköping, SWE CAN L 2:5 SWE Folkungavallen Arena Referee / arbitre : Antje Witteweg (Fornacon, Janssen, Nystrom). CANADA : 19 Taryn Swiatek, 3 Breanna Boyd, 8 Randee Hermus (14 Katherine Warman), 18 Kristina Kiss, 4 Christine Latham, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 5 Andrea Neil, 15 Wanda Rozwadowska début (12 Isabelle Harvey 58’), 11 Christine Sinclair, 2 Noel Trépanier, 9 Janine Willis. SWE 15’ Sara Larsson 0-1 SWE 36’ Hanna Ljungberg 0-2 CAN 37’ Kristina Kiss 1-2 CAN 42’ Christine Latham 2-2 SWE 50’ Elin Flyborg 2-3 SWE 53’ Hanna Ljungberg 2-4 SWE 69’ Hanna Ljungberg 2-5 2001 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2001-06-14 Goch, GER CAN L 0:3 GER Hubert-Houben-Stadion, att. 3,150 Referee / arbitre : Christine Frai CANADA : 22 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Noel Trépanier (12 Isabelle Harvey 70’), 3 Breanna Boyd, 4 Christine Latham, 5 Andrea Neil (18 Kristina Kiss 70’), 6 Sharolta Nonen, 9 Janine Willis, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 11 Christine Sinclair, 13 Amy Walsh capt., 15 Wanda Rozwadowska. GER 30’ Pia Wunderlich 0-1 GER 34’ Claudia Muller 0-2 GER 40’ Maren Meinert 0-3 2001 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2001-06-17 Oberhausen, GER CAN L 1:7 GER Niederrheinstadion, att. 1,420 Referee / arbitre : Elke Fielenbach CANADA : 22 GK Taryn Swiatek, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 3 Breanna Boyd, 8 Randee Hermus, 15 Wanda Rozwadowska, 12 Isabelle Harvey, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 11 Christine Sinclair, 9 Janine Willis, 13 Amy Walsh capt., 7 Christine Latham (Kristina Kiss HT). GER 8’ Claudia Müller 0-1 GER 16’ Maren Meinert 0-2 GER 48’ Bettina Wiegmann 0-3 GER 56’ Birgit Prinz 0-4 GER 72’ Sandra Smisek 0-5

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CAN 80’ Wanda Rozwadowska 1-5 GER 87’ Sandra Smisek 1-6 GER 90’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 1-7 (o.g.) 2001 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2001-06-19 Hønefoss, NOR CAN L 1:9 NOR Hønefoss stadion, att. 1,310 Referee / arbitre : Ingrid Jonsson (Kleven, Hoch, Ovedie). 75th / 75e match international : Charmaine Hooper. CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 3 Breanna Boyd, 4 Christine Latham, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 9 Janine Willis, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 11 Christine Sinclair, 12 Isabelle Harvey, 13 Amy Walsh capt., 15 Wanda Rozwadowska (5 Andrea Neil HT), 17 Silvana Burtini (Kristina Kiss HT). NOR 19’ Dagny Mellgren 0-1 NOR 22’ Linda Ormen 0-2 NOR 40’ Hege Riise 0-3 NOR 44’ Ragnhild Gulbrandsen 0-4 NOR 45’ Solveig Gulbrandsen 0-5 NOR 55’ Linda Ormen 0-6 NOR 60’ Solveig Gulbrandsen 0-7 CAN 65’ Charmaine Hooper 1-7 NOR 67’ Christine Boe Jensen 1-8 NOR 76’ Solveig Gulbrandsen 1-9 2001 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2001-06-30 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN D 2:2 USA Sportsnet ; Varsity Stadium, att. 9,023 Ref. / arbitre : Sonia Denoncourt (Robinson, Lambert, Den Hann). CANADA : 22 GK Taryn Swiatek, 12 Isabelle Harvey, 13 Amy Walsh capt. INJ (18 Kristina Kiss 12’), 3 Breanna Boyd, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 6 Sharolta Nonen (11 Randee Hermus 73’), 17 Silvana Burtini, 5 Andrea Neil, 4 Christine Latham, 10 Charmaine Hooper (14 Clare Rustad 73’), 8 Christine Sinclair. CAN 15’ Charmaine Hooper (left / gauche) 1-0 USA 28’ Shannon MacMillan (right / droit) 1-1 USA 57’ Tiffeny Milbrett (right / droit) 1-2 CAN 58’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 2-2 (rebound / rebonde) 2001 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2001-07-03 Blaine, MN, USA CAN L 0:1 USA National Sports Center, att. 15,614 Referee / arbitre : Rachel Woo (Petersen, Vasoli). CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 3 Breanna Boyd, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 12 Isabelle Harvey, 18 Kristina Kiss (15 Wanda Rozwadowska 82’), 5 Andrea Neil (11 Randee Hermus 86’), 17 Silvana Burtini, 8 Christine Sinclair, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 4 Christine Latham. USA 76’ Tiffeny Milbrett 0-1

2002 CANADA WNT 2002 CAN WNT Alcia, Leisha LeBlanc, Karina McLeod, Erin Swiatek, Taryn Wright, Nicole

MP MS MIN GA CS CWC 0 0 0 8 8 724 6 5 2.CWC 6 6 540 7 2 Début & 1.CWC 0 0 0 1 1 90 0 1

2002 CAN WNT Allen, Amber Andrews, Sasha Booth, Melanie Bourcier, Patricia Bowie, Mary-Beth Boyd, Breanna

MP MS MIN G A CWC 5 3 218 2g Début 6 5 470 Début & 1.CWC 9 1 262 Début & 1.CWC 1 1 15 Début 0 0 0 9 9 804 2a 1.CWC


Début 2.CWC

2002 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud 2002 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2002-03-01 Quarteira, POR CAN W 3:0 SCO CANADA : 1 GK Nicole Wright, 2 Patricia Bourcier début (3 Noel Trépanier 15’), 4 Cindy Tye début (10 Melanie Booth 77’ début), 5 Andrea Neil, 7 Isabelle Morneau (6 Sasha Andrews 70’ début), 8 Christine Sinclair, 9 Candace Chapman début (15 Kara Lang 77’ début), 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Clare Rustad, 13 Amy Walsh capt., 17 Amber Allen début (16 Wanda Rozwadowska 62’). CAN 18’ Andrea Neil 1-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 24’ Andrea Neil (head / tête) 2-0 CAN 31’ Andrea Neil (head / tête) 3-0 2002 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2002-03-03 Lagoa, POR CAN W 4:0 WAL CANADA : 22 GK Erin McLeod début, 4 Cindy Tye, 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Sasha Andrews, 7 Isabelle Morneau (82’), 8 Christine Sinclair, 9 Candace Chapman, 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Clare Rustad, 13 Amy Walsh capt. (16 Wanda Rozwadowska 80’), 17 Amber Allen (15 Kara Lang HT). CAN 28’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 CAN 63’ Kara Lang 2-0 CAN 69’ Christine Sinclair 3-0 CAN 89’ Kara Lang (left / gauche) 4-0 2002 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2002-03-05 Silves, POR CAN W 7:1 POR Estadio Dr. Francisco Vieira Referee / arbitre : Anri Hanninen (Norman, Brund). 50th / 50e match international : Amy Walsh. CANADA : 22 GK Erin McLeod, 4 Cindy Tye (3 Noel Trépanier HT), 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Sasha Andrews, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 8 Christine Sinclair, 9 Candace Chapman, 11 Randee Hermus (14 Heather Smith HT début), 13 Amy Walsh capt. (10 Melanie Booth 63’), 16 Wanda Rozwadowska (15 Kara Lang HT), 17 Amber Allen. CAN 3’ Amber Allen 1-0 CAN 16’ Randee Hermus 2-0 CAN 31’ Christine Sinclair 3-0 CAN 48’ Kara Lang 4-0 CAN 60’ Heather Smith 5-0

2002 CANADA WNT TOURNOI de FRANCE 2002-04-03 Poitiers, FRA CAN D 0:0 AUS Stade de la Pépinière, att. 4,000 CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 3 Breanna Boyd, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 4 Cindy Tye (16 Carmelina Moscato 71’ début), 5 Andrea Neil, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 11 Randee Hermus, 8 Clare Rustad, 13 Amy Walsh (12 Isabelle Harvey HT), 10 Charmaine Hooper, Kara Lang. 2002 CANADA WNT TOURNOI de FRANCE 2002-04-06 Angoulême , FRA CAN W 2:0 FRA Stade Lebon, att. 2,500 Referee / arbitre : Robin. CANADA : 22 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Breanna Boyd (red / rouge), 6 Sharolta Nonen, 16 Carmelina Moscato, 5 Andrea Neil, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 11 Randee Hermus, 8 Clare Rustad, 12 Isabelle Harvey, 15 Kara Lang, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt. Red card / carton rouge 80’ Breanna Boyd CAN 11’ Kara Lang 1-0 CAN 30’ Andrea Neil 2-0 2002 CANADA WNT TOURNOI de FRANCE 2002-04-09 Limoges, FRA CAN L 2:3 JPN 50th / 50e match international : Isabelle Morneau. CANADA : 22 GK Karina LeBlanc, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 16 Carmelina Moscato (14 Amber Allen 76’), 5 Andrea Neil, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 11 Randee Hermus, 8 Clare Rustad, 12 Isabelle Harvey, 17 Brittany Timko début (4 Cindy Tye 60’), 15 Kara Lang, 10 Charmaine Hooper. JPN 5’ Sakai 0-1 CAN 62’ Kara Lang 1-1 JPN 63’ Homare Sawa 1-2 JPN 67’ Homare Sawa 1-3 CAN 88’ Amber Allen 2-3 2002 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2002-07-12 Etobicoke, ON, CAN CAN D 2:2 NOR Centennial Stadium, att. 4,000 Ref. / arbitre : Sonia Denoncourt (Robinson, Lambert, Petrescu). CANADA : 22 Erin McLeod, 3 Breanna Boyd, 9 Sasha Andrews, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 4 Candace Chapman, 16 Carmelina Moscato (14 Clare Rustad 81’), 5 Andrea Neil INJ (15 Kara Lang 25’), 10 Charmaine Hooper, 17 Silvana Burtini, 8 Christine Sinclair. CAN 9’ Andrea Neil 1-0 NOR 42’ Dagny Mellgren 1-1 (a. Rapp) CAN 66’ Charmaine Hooper (left / gauche) 2-1 (a. Sinclair) NOR 87’ Trine Rønning 2-2 2002 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2002-09-26 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN W 2:0 AUS Sportsnet ; Swangard Stadium, att. 2,653 Referee / arbitre : Sonia Denoncourt (Budda, Chalmers, Parra).

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CANADA SOCCER

1.CWC 1.CWC Début Début & 1.CWC

2002 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 7-8 2002-03-07 Lagoa, POR CAN L 0:3 FIN CANADA : 22 GK Erin McLeod, 4 Cindy Tye, 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Sasha Andrews, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 8 Christine Sinclair, 9 Candace Chapman, 11 Randee Hermus, 13 Amy Walsh capt., 15 Kara Lang (17 Amber Allen 83’), 16 Wanda Rozwadowska (10 Melanie Booth HT). FIN 56’ Laura Kalmari (head / tête) 0-1 FIN 65’ Anne Mäkinen (PK) 0-2 FIN 82’ Minna Mustonen 0-3

CANADA MNT

Début & 1.CWC 3.CWC 1.CWC

CAN 62’ Kara Lang 6-0 POR 63’ Patricia 6-1 CAN 84’ Christine Sinclair 7-1 GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 9 points ; SCO 6; WAL 3; POR 0.

FUTSAL - PARA

1.CWC 4.CWC 1.CWC Début & 1.CWC

CANADA WNT

3.CWC Début & 1.CWC

HALL of FAME

Burtini, Silvana 8 8 627 2g 2a Chapman, Candace 10 10 891 1g 1a Harvey, Isabelle 3 2 225 Hermus, Randee 12 12 1039 2g Hooper, Charmaine 11 11 942 8g 2a Kiss, Kristina 5 0 85 2a Lang, Kara 15 11 1136 10g 2a Lee, Katie 0 0 0 Martin, Claire 0 0 0 McGhee, Ashley 0 0 0 Morneau, Isabelle 10 10 872 2g Moscato, Carmelina 8 5 419 1a Neil, Andrea 13 13 1082 5g 1a Nonen, Sharolta 11 11 975 Rozwadowska, Wanda 4 2 128 Rustad, Clare 9 7 658 Sinclair, Christine 10 10 904 11g 4a Smith, Heather 1 0 45 1g Timko, Brittany 8 8 614 Trepanier, Noel 2 0 120 Tye, Cindy 6 5 403 Walsh, Amy 9 6 589 1g 1a Willis, Janine 0 0 0


CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Breanna Boyd, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 12 Clare Rustad, 5 Andrea Neil (2 Melanie Booth 78’), 7 Isabelle Morneau, 13 Amy Walsh (18 Kristina Kiss 87’), 15 Kara Lang, 16 Brittany Timko, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 17 Silvana Burtini. CAN 62’ Isabelle Morneau (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Walsh) CAN 84’ Isabelle Morneau (right / droit) 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) 2002 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2002-09-28 Victoria, BC, CAN CAN L 0:1 AUS Centennial Stadium, att. 2,656 Referee / arbitre : Mauricio Navarro (Chalmers, Feam, Denoncourt). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Melanie Booth (18 Kristina Kiss 74’), 6 Sharolta Nonen, 12 Clare Rustad, 5 Andrea Neil, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 15 Kara Lang, 16 Brittany Timko, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 11 Randee Hermus, 17 Silvana Burtini. AUS 64’ Kelly Golebiowski 0-1

2002 CONCACAF CHAMPIONSHIP 2002 Concacaf Women’s Gold Cup Coupe d’Or Féminin de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud Place : 2nd / 2e Top Scorers / meilleures buteuses Hooper, Sinclair, etal All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Candace Chapman, Charmaine Hooper, Kara Lang, Christine Sinclair Canada qualified for the FIFA Women’s World Cup USA 2003 / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA, USA 2003 2002 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2002-10-30 Victoria, BC, CAN CAN W 11:1 HAI Sportsnet ; Centennial Stadium, att. 1,531 Referee / arbitre : Cassie Moore (Bramble, Merette, Alpizar). 50th goal / 50e but international : Charmaine Hooper. CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 4 Sasha Andrews, 3 Breanna Boyd, 14 Carmelina Moscato, 6 Sharolta Nonen (8 Clare Rustad 71’), 9 Candace Chapman, 12 Christine Sinclair, 15 Kara Lang, 16 Brittany Timko (Melanie Booth 55’), 17 Silvana Burtini, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt. (13 Amy Walsh 55’). CAN 5’ Charmaine Hooper (PK left foot / pied gauche) 1-0 CAN 11’ Silvana Burtini (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Lang) HAI 14’ Kencia Marseille (right / droit) 2-1 (a. J.Pierre) CAN 16’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 3-1 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 26’ Charmaine Hooper (right / droit) 4-1 (a. Sinclair) CAN 30’ Candace Chapman (left / gauche) 5-1 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 32’ Charmaine Hooper (right / droit) 6-1 (a. Lang) CAN 43’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 7-1 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 71’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 8-1 (a. Chapman) CAN 79’ HAI own goal / but contre son camp 9-1 (o.g. Fenelon) CAN 84’ Silvana Burtini (right / droit) 10-1 (a. Moscato CK) CAN 86’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 11-1 (a. Boyd) 2002 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2002-11-01 Victoria, BC, CAN CAN W 9:0 JAM Sportsnet ; Centennial Stadium, att. 1,834 Referee / arbitre : Ave Maria Alpizar (Lopez, Merette, Parlow). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 11 Randee Hermus, 3 Breanna Boyd, 14 Carmelina Moscato (13 Amy Walsh 6’), 6 Sharolta Nonen, 9 Candace Chapman, 12 Christine Sinclair, 15 Kara Lang, 16 Brittany Timko, 17 Silvana Burtini (2 Melanie Booth 60’), 10 Charmaine Hooper capt. (19 Kristina Kiss 73’). CAN 14’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Hooper) CAN 20’ Charmaine Hooper (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Boyd) CAN 42’ Amy Walsh (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Hooper) CAN 44’ Kara Lang (FK right foot / pied droit) 4-0 CAN 56’ Randee Hermus (head / tête) 5-0 (a. Burtini FK)

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CAN 62’ Kara Lang (right / droit) 6-0 (interception) CAN 77’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 7-0 (a. Kiss) CAN 84’ Kara Lang (left / gauche) 8-0 (a. Kiss) CAN 90’+ Kara Lang (right / droit) 9-0 (a. Sinclair)

2002 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2002-11-03 Victoria, BC, CAN CAN W 3:0 CRC Sportsnet ; Centennial Stadium, att. 3,256 Referee / arbitre : Sandra Hunt (Bramble, Tovar, Moore). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Breanna Boyd, 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 9 Candace Chapman, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair, 15 Kara Lang (13 Amy Walsh 75’), Brittany Timko (19 Kristina Kiss HT), 17 Silvana Burtini (2 Melanie Booth 68’). CAN 28’ Charmaine Hooper (PK left foot / pied gauche) 1-0 CAN 42’ Charmaine Hooper (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Neil) CAN 49’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 3-0 (a. Burtini CK) GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 9 points ; CRC 6; HAI 3; JAM 0. 2002 CANADA WNT SEMI / DEMI 2002-11-06 Seattle, WA, USA CAN W 2:0 MEX Sportsnet ; Safeco Field, att. 10,079 Referee / arbitre : Clareth Jimenez (Bramble, Riley, Hunt). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Breanna Boyd, 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 9 Candace Chapman, 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair, 15 Kara Lang, 16 Brittany Timko, 17 Silvana Burtini (14 Carmelina Moscato HT, 19 Kristina Kiss 86’), 10 Charmaine Hooper capt. CAN 10’ MEX own goal / but contre son camp 1-0 (o.g.) CAN 71’ MEX own goal / but contre son camp 2-0 (o.g.) Qualified for USA / qualifié pour le USA 2003 2002 CANADA WNT FINAL / FINALE 2002-11-09 Pasadena, CA, USA CAN L 1:2 USA Sportsnet ; Safeco Field, att. 6,911 Referee / arbitre : Dianne Ferreira-James (Tovar, Bramble, Laing). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, Breanna Boyd, Sharolta Nonen, Candace Chapman, Randee Hermus, Silvana Burtini, 12 Christine Sinclair, 5 Andrea Neil (14 Carmelina Moscato 79’), 15 Kara Lang (2 Melanie Booth 91’), 16 Brittany Timko, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt. USA 27’ Tiffeny Milbrett (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Lilly) CAN 45’+ Charmaine Hooper (left / gauche) 1-1 (rebound / rebonde) USA 94’ golden / but en or Mia Hamm (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Wagner) Canada won Concacaf silver / Canada gagne la medaille d’argent

2003 CANADA WNT 2003 CAN WNT Bagshawe, Sian LeBlanc, Karina McLeod, Erin Swiatek, Taryn

MP MS MIN GA CS 0 0 0 10 10 833 8 5 6 5 465 10 0 8 6 592 6 4

FIFA WWC

2003 CAN WNT Allen, Amber Andrews, Sasha Booth, Melanie Boyd, Breanna Burtini, Silvana Chapman, Candace Consolante, Linda Dennis, Tanya Harvey, Isabelle Hermus, Randee Hooper, Charmaine

MP MS MIN G A FIFA WWC 6 1 148 1g Début 15 6 665 2g 1.FWWC 6 4 360 1a 6 6 514 1a 9 5 576 1g 1a 3.FWWC 11 8 737 1a 3 0 83 Début & 1.FWWC 8 8 720 Début & 1.FWWC 0 0 0 12 12 973 2g 1.FWWC 17 16 1391 4g 3a 3.FWWC

2.FWWC 1.FWWC 1.FWWC


2003 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2003-03-16 Ferreiras, POR CAN D 1:1 SWE Referee / arbitre : Hilda Mcdermott (Daly, Looney, Robin). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Breanna Boyd, 11 Randee Hermus, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt. (9 Candace Chapman 69’), 8 Kristina Kiss (14 Carmelina Moscato 69’), 15 Kara Lang, 2 Christine Latham, 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 12 Christine Sinclair, 16 Brittany Timko. CAN 80’ Sharolta Nonen 1-0 SWE 85’ Hanna Ljungberg 1-1 2003 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2003-03-18 Santo Antonio, POR CAN L 0:1 NOR att. 365 Referee / arbitre : Antonia Kokotou (Chrysoula, Gryllani, Sousa). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Christine Latham (17 Silvana Burtini 19’), 3 Breanna Boyd, 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 8 Kristina Kiss (14 Carmelina Moscato HT), 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 11 Randee Hermus (9 Candace Chapman HT), 12 Christine Sinclair, 15 Kara Lang, 16 Brittany Timko (13 Diana Matheson 78’ début). NOR 39’ Dagny Mellgren 0-1 Red card / carton rouge 70’ Monica Knudsen GROUP / GROUPE : USA 5 points ; NOR 4; SWE 3; CAN 2. 2003 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 7-8 2003-03-20 Guia, POR CAN W 7:1 GRE Complexo Desportivo Arsénio Catuna Referee / arbitre : Kirsi Savolainen. CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 2 Christine Latham (10 Charmaine Hooper HT), 3 Breanna Boyd (4 Sasha Andrews HT), 5 Andrea Neil capt., 6 Sharolta Nonen, 9 Candace Chapman (13 Diana

2003 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2003-05-19 Lachine, QC, CAN CAN W 4:0 ENG SoccerPlexe, att. 2,500 75th / 75e match international : Andrea Neil. CANADA : 22 GK Taryn Swiatek, 3 Breanna Boyd, 5 Andrea Neil (13 Melanie Booth 75’), 6 Sharolta Nonen, 7 Diana Matheson (12 Véronique Maranda 68’ début), 8 Kristina Kiss (14 Carmelina Moscato 79’), 9 Candace Chapman, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt. (17 Amber Allen 67’), 11 Randee Hermus (4 Sasha Andrews 79’), 15 Kara Lang, 16 Brittany Timko. CAN 20’ Andrea Neil 1-0 CAN 36’ Andrea Neil 2-0 (a. Kiss) CAN 66’ Kara Lang 3-0 (a. Chapman) CAN 72’ Kara Lang 4-0 2003 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2003-05-22 Ottawa, ON, CAN CAN W 4:0 ENG Sportsnet ; Frank Clair Stadium, att. 19,000 CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Christine Latham, 3 Breanna Boyd, 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 8 Kristina Kiss (7 Diana Matheson 73’), 9 Candace Chapman (13 Melanie Booth 80’), 10 Charmaine Hooper capt. (17 Amber Allen 68’), 11 Randee Hermus (4 Sasha Andrews 76’), 15 Kara Lang, 16 Brittany Timko (12 Véronique Maranda 84’). CAN 8’ Andrea Neil (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Kiss CK) CAN 17’ Christine Latham 2-0 (a. Boyd) CAN 21’ Andrea Neil 3-0 (a. Hooper) CAN 78’ Kara Lang 4-0 2003 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2003-06-12 Guasave, SI, MEX CAN W 4:0 MEX Estadio Armando Leyson CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 6 Sharolta Nonen (4 Sasha Andrews 84’), 13 Melanie Booth, 11 Randee Hermus, 9 Candace Chapman, 5 Andrea Neil (14 Véronique Maranda 79’), 16 Brittany Timko (7 Diana Matheson HT), 12 Christine Sinclair, 2 Christine Latham (17 Amber Allen 74’), 10 Charmaine Hooper (8 Kristina Kiss 62’), 15 Kara Lang. CAN 58’ Christine Sinclair 1-0

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2003 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2003-03-14 Olhão, POR CAN D 1:1 USA Jose Arcanjo Stadium, att. 350 Ref. / arbitre : Antonia Kokotou (Chrysoula, Gryllaki, McDermott). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 11 Randee Hermus, 3 Breanna Boyd, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 16 Brittany Timko, 5 Andrea Neil, 8 Kristina Kiss (9 Candace Chapman 84’), 15 Kara Lang, 12 Christine Sinclair, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 2 Christine Latham (14 Carmelina Moscato 90’+1). CAN 7’ Andrea Neil 1-0 USA 85’ Aly Wagner 1-1

FUTSAL - PARA

Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud

2003 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2003-04-26 Washington, DC, USA CAN L 1:6 USA ESPN ; RFK Stadium, att. 5,693 Referee / arbitre : Sandra Hunt (Vergera, Fereday, Woo). CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 2 Christine Latham (9 Amber Allen 57’), 3 Melanie Booth, 4 Sasha Andrews, 5 Andrea Neil, 8 Clare Rustad, 13 Diana Matheson, 12 Christine Sinclair, 15 Kara Lang, 16 Brittany Timko, 14 Carmelina Moscato (7 Rhian Wilkinson 67’ début). CAN 7’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Booth) USA 16’ Shannon MacMillan (FK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 USA 34’ Kristine Lilly (right / droit) 1-2 USA 43’ Julie Foudy (right / droit) 1-3 (a. Fawcett) USA 55’ Shannon MacMillan (right / droit) 1-4 (a. Wagner) USA 78’ Shannon MacMillan (right / droit) 1-5 (a. Wagner) USA 80’ Shannon MacMillan (right / droit) 1-6 (a. Lilly)

CANADA WNT

2003 INTERNATIONALS

Matheson HT), 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair, 15 Kara Lang (7 Isabelle Morneau 77’), 16 Brittany Timko (14 Carmelina Moscato 72’), 17 Silvana Burtini. CAN 5’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Neil) CAN 26’ Andrea Neil (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Latham) CAN 38’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 3-0 CAN 41’ Kara Lang 4-0 CAN 65’ Silvana Burtini 5-0 CAN 80’ Carmelina Moscato (FK right / droit) 6-0 CAN 82’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 7-0 (a. Hooper) GRE 86’ Amiel Loseno 7-1

HALL of FAME

Kiss, Kristina 18 14 1174 4a 1.FWWC Lang, Kara 21 21 1740 11g 2a 1.FWWC Latham, Christine 17 17 1184 7g 4a 1.FWWC Maranda, Veronique 6 0 105 Début Matheson, Diana 19 14 1378 1g 1a Début & 1.FWWC McGhee, Ashley 0 0 0 Morneau, Isabelle 8 2 201 1a 3.FWWC Moscato, Carmelina 7 1 164 1g 1.FWWC Nault, Marie-Eve 0 0 0 Neil, Andrea 20 20 1695 7g 3.FWWC Nonen, Sharolta 14 14 1254 1g 2.FWWC Parker, Kelly 1 0 1 Début Rustad, Clare 5 3 310 1g Sinclair, Christine 17 16 1461 11g 3a 1.FWWC Timko, Brittany 20 20 1659 1a 1.FWWC Walsh, Amy 0 0 0 Wilkinson, Rhian 12 2 408 3g 1.FWWC


CAN 74’ Christine Latham 2-0 CAN 80’ MEX own goal / but contre son camp 3-0 (o.g.) CAN 90’ Amber Allen 4-0 2003 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2003-06-15 Mazatlán, SI, MEX CAN W 2:1 MEX att. 2,123 CANADA : Erin McLeod, Randee Hermus, Sasha Andrews, Candace Chapman, Clare Rustad, Melanie Booth, Kristina Kiss (Amber Allen 58’), Diana Matheson, Andrea Neil, Kara Lang, Christine Sinclair (Véronique Maranda 66’) MEX 54’ ?? 0-1 CAN 54’ Christine Sinclair 1-1 CAN 90’ Diana Matheson 2-1 2003 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2003-07-17 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN W 2:1 BRA Stade Molson, att. 12,245 CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 4 Sasha Andrews, 5 Andrea Neil, 7 Diana Matheson, 8 Kristina Kiss, 9 Candace Chapman, 11 Randee Hermus, 13 Melanie Booth (14 Véronique Maranda 65’), 15 Kara Lang, 16 Brittany Timko, 17 Amber Allen INJ (3 Rhian Wilkinson 22’, Kelly Parker 90’ début). BRA 47’ Tatiana Torres (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Kelly) CAN 67’ Rhian Wilkinson 1-1 (a. Lang) CAN 88’ Randee Hermus (head / tête) 2-1 (a. .. FK) Red card / carton rouge 88’ BRA Marta 2003 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2003-07-20 Ottawa, ON, CAN CAN W 2:1 BRA Sportsnet ; Frank Clair Stadium, att. 18,000 Referee / arbitre : Sonia Denoncourt. CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 16 Brittany Timko, 4 Sasha Andrews (10 Linda Consolante 64’ début), 9 Candace Chapman, 11 Randee Hermus (3 Rhian Wilkinson 86’), 5 Andrea Neil, 7 Diana Matheson, 8 Kristina Kiss (14 Véronique Maranda 86’), 2 Christine Latham, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 15 Kara Lang. BRA 7’ Cristiane (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. ..) CAN 41’ Kara Lang (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Latham) CAN 56’ Randee Hermus (head / tête) 2-1 (a. Hooper CK) Six consecutive wins / six victoires consécutives. 2003 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2003-08-16 Seattle, WA, USA CAN D 1:1 GHA Memorial Stadium CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 2 Diana Matheson, 4 Sasha Andrews, 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Clare Rustad, 9 Candace Chapman, 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair, 15 Kara Lang, 16 Brittany Timko (7 Isabelle Morneau 64’), 17 Silvana Burtini. CAN 7’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 GHA 34’ ?? 1-1 2003 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2003-08-31 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN W 8:0 MEX Commonwealth Stadium, att. 29,953 Referee / arbitre : Jill Proctor (Chalmers, Douglas, Denoncourt). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc (22 GK Erin McLeod 75’), 16 Brittany Timko (9 Clare Rustad 77’), 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 11 Randee Hermus (4 Sasha Andrews 57’), 13 Tanya Dennis début, 5 Andrea Neil (7 Isabelle Morneau 70’), 8 Kristina Kiss, 17 Diana Matheson, 15 Kara Lang (3 Linda Consolante HT), 12 Christine Sinclair, 2 Christine Latham (14 Rhian Wilkinson 70’). CAN 4’ Kara Lang 1-0 (a. Latham) CAN 29’ Andrea Neil 2-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 41’ Christine Latham 3-0 (a. Lang) CAN 50’ Christine Sinclair 4-0 (a. Latham) CAN 54’ Christine Latham 5-0 CAN 60’ Charmaine Hooper 6-0 (a. Sinclair)

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CAN 67’ MEX own goal / but contre son camp 7-0 (o.g. Peña) CAN 75’ Sasha Andrews 8-0 2003 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2003-09-04 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN W 6:0 MEX Swangard Stadium, att. 6,210 Referee / arbitre : Sandra Hunt (Fearn, Reid, Proctor). 50th / 50e match international : Christine Sinclair. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc (GK Taryn Swiatek HT), Silvana Burtini, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 13 Tanya Dennis, 16 Brittany Timko (7 Isabelle Morneau 70’), 5 Andrea Neil (14 Rhian Wilkinson HT), 8 Kristina Kiss, 17 Diana Matheson (3 Linda Consolante 78’), 15 Kara Lang (9 Clare Rustad 63’), 12 Christine Sinclair, 2 Christine Latham (4 Sasha Andrews HT) CAN 7’ Kara Lang 1-0 CAN 31’ Kara Lang (left / gauche) 2-0 CAN 57’ Sasha Andrews 3-0 CAN 59’ Kara Lang (right / droit) 4-0 CAN 61’ Rhian Wilkinson 5-0 CAN 85’ Clare Rustad (head / tête) 6-0 (a. Morneau) 2003 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2003-09-14 Kingston, ON, CAN CAN W 2:0 AUS Richardson Stadium, att. 10,068 Ref. / arbitre : Sonia Denoncourt (Robinson, Bramble, Petrescu). CANADA : Karina LeBlanc (GK Taryn Swiatek 83’), Silvana Burtini (Diana Matheson 57’), Sharolta Nonen, Tanya Dennis, Brittany Timko, Andrea Neil, Kristina Kiss (Sasha Andrews 76’), Charmaine Hooper capt., Rhian Wilkinson, Kara Lang (Isabelle Morneau 76’), Christine Latham (Christine Sinclair HT). CAN 72’ Charmaine Hooper (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Kiss CK) CAN 73’ Rhian Wilkinson (right / droit) 2-0 (interception) Ten-match unbeaten streak / 10 matchs sans défaite

2003 FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP FIFA Women’s World Cup USA 2003 Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA, USA 2003 Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud Place : 4th / 4e All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles : Charmaine Hooper 2003 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2003-09-20 Columbus, OH, USA CAN L 1:4 GER Sportsnet ; Crew Stadium, att. 16,409 Referee / arbitre : Im Eun Ju (Choi, Hong, Hunt). 100th / 100e match international : Charmaine Hooper. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 16 Brittany Timko, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 6 Sharolta Nonen, 8 Kristina Kiss, 5 Andrea Neil, 18 Tanya Dennis, 13 Diana Matheson, 15 Kara Lang (9 Rhian Wilkinson HT), 2 Christine Latham, 12 Christine Sinclair. CAN 4’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Kiss FK) GER 39’ Bettina Wiegmann (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 GER 47’ Stefanie Gottschlich (head / tête) 1-2 (a. Meinert) GER 75’ Birgit Prinz (head / tête) 1-3 (a. Meinert) GER 90’+2 Kerstin Garefrekes (right / droit) 1-4 (a. Stegemann) 2003 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2003-09-24 Columbus, OH, USA CAN W 3:0 ARG Sportsnet ; Crew Stadium, att. 15,529 Referee / arbitre : Nicole Petignat (Luethi, Viennot, Hunt). CANADA : 20 GK Taryn Swiatek, 2 Christine Latham (4 Sasha Andrews 83’), 6 Sharolta Nonen, 8 Kristina Kiss, 9 Rhian Wilkinson (17 Silvana Burtini 75’), 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 12 Christine Sinclair, 13 Diana Matheson, 15 Kara Lang, 16 Brittany Timko, 18 Tanya Dennis. CAN 19’ Charmaine Hooper (PK left foot / pied gauche) 1-0


2003 CANADA WNT SEMI / DEMI 2003-10-05 Portland, OR, USA CAN L 1:2 SWE Sportsnet ; PGE Park, att. 27,623 Referee / arbitre : Katrina Elovitra (Parvianen, Regan, Ogston). 50th / 50e match international : Sharolta Nonen. CANADA : 20 GK Taryn Swiatek, 2 Christine Latham (9 Rhian Wilkinson 74’), 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 17 Silvana Burtini (8 Kristina Kiss 55’), 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 12 Christine Sinclair, 13 Diana Matheson, 15 Kara Lang, 16 Brittany Timko, 18 Tanya Dennis. CAN 64’ Kara Lang (FK right foot / pied droit) 1-0 SWE 78’ Malin Moström (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Svensson FK) SWE 86’ Josefine Öqvist (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Ljungberg) 2003 CANADA WNT MATCH 3/4 2003-10-11 Carson, CA, USA CAN L 1:3 USA Sportsnet ; Home Depot Center, att. 25,253 Referee / arbitre : Tammy Ogston (Keen, Leleu, Elovirta). 50th / 50e match international : Kristina Kiss. CANADA : 20 GK Taryn Swiatek, 2 Christine Latham, 4 Sasha Andrews (4 Sasha Andrews 84’), 5 Andrea Neil (9 Rhian Wilkinson 89’), 8 Kristina Kiss, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 12 Christine Sinclair, 13 Diana Matheson, 15 Kara Lang, 16 Brittany Timko (14 Carmelina Moscato 90’). USA 22’ Kristine Lilly (left / gauche) 0-1 CAN 38’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Latham) USA 51’ Shannon Boxx (head / tête) 1-2 (a. Hamm CK) USA 80’ Tiffeny Milbrett (left / gauche) 1-3

2004 CANADA WNT 2004 CAN WNT Labbé, Stephanie LeBlanc, Karina McLeod, Erin

MP MS MIN GA CS 0 0 0 6 6 519 5 3 2 1 111 2 0

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2004 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud 2004 CANADA WNT 4 NATIONS 2004-01-30 Shenzhen, CHN CAN L 1:2 CHN Shenzhen Stadium Referee / arbitre : Jennifer Bennett. CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 11 Randee Hermus, 5 Andrea Neil (3 Carmelina Moscato 67’), 10 Charmaine Hooper, 15 Véronique Maranda, 13 Diana Matheson (14 Aysha Jamani HT début), 7 Isabelle Morneau (2 Marie-Eve Nault 71’ début), 6 Sharolta Nonen, 12 Christine Sinclair, 9 Rhian Wilkinson (17 Tanya Dennis 84’), 16 Brittany Timko. CHN 12’ Wei Teng 0-1 CHN 52’ Wei Teng 0-2 CAN 87’ Véronique Maranda 1-2 2004 CANADA WNT 4 NATIONS 2004-02-01 Shenzhen, CHN CAN L 1:3 SWE Shenzhen Stadium Referee / arbitre : Deng Junxia. CANADA : 22 GK Taryn Swiatek, 11 Randee Hermus (17 Tanya Dennis 77’), 5 Andrea Neil (13 Diana Matheson 60’), 10 Charmaine Hooper, 14 Aysha Jamani, 15 Véronique Maranda (9 Rhian Wilkinson 70’), 3 Carmelina Moscato, 2 Marie-Eve Nault, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 12 Christine Sinclair, 16 Brittany Timko (7 Isabelle Morneau 82’). SWE 33’ Malin Moström 0-1 SWE 40’ Victoria Svensson 0-2 SWE 71’ Josefine Öqvist 0-3 CAN 76’ Christine Sinclair 1-3 (rebound / rebonde) 2004 CANADA WNT 2004-02-03 Shenzhen, CHN Shenzhen Stadium, att. 1,000

4 NATIONS CAN L 0:2 USA

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2004 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A OQ Andrews, Sasha 1 0 7 Bélanger, Josée 1 0 30 Début Cicchini, Amanda 0 0 0 Dennis, Tanya 4 1 120 1.OQ Harvey, Isabelle 1 0 7 Hermus, Randee 9 9 769 1a 1.OQ Hooper, Charmaine 10 10 823 2g 1a 1.OQ Jamani, Aysha 10 6 596 7g Début & 1.OQ Lang, Kara 7 4 364 1.OQ Latham, Christine 5 5 439 3g 1a 1.OQ Maranda, Véronique 6 4 361 1g 1.OQ Matheson, Diana 10 9 764 1a 1.OQ Morneau, Isabelle 8 2 353 1.OQ Moscato, Carmelina 6 2 277 1g 1.OQ Nault, Marie-Eve 8 7 569 2a Début & 1.OQ Neil, Andrea 9 9 612 1g 1a 1.OQ Nonen, Sharolta 7 7 630 1.OQ Raber, Sari 1 1 90 Début Robinson, Jodi-Ann 0 0 0 Robinson, Leah 1 0 30 Sinclair, Christine 9 9 810 6g 1.OQ Tancredi, Melissa 7 6 487 Début & 1.OQ Thorlakson, Katie 1 1 89 Début Timko, Brittany 6 5 452 1.OQ Wilkinson, Rhian 4 1 141 1.OQ Zurrer, Emily 2 2 180 Début

FUTSAL - PARA

2003 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2003-09-27 Foxborough, MA, USA CAN W 3:1 JPN Sportsnet ; Gillette Stadium, att. 14,356 Referee / arbitre : Im Ju Eun (Choi, Hong, Petignat). 75th / 75e match international : Silvana Burtini. CANADA : 20 GK Taryn Swiatek, 16 Brittany Timko, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 6 Sharolta Nonen, 18 Tanya Dennis, 5 Andrea Neil (8 Kristina Kiss 77’), 7 Isabelle Morneau, 13 Diana Matheson, 15 Kara Lang (9 Rhian Wilkinson 85’), 2 Christine Latham (17 Silvana Burtini 60’), 12 Christine Sinclair. JPN 20’ Homare Sawa (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Kobayashi) CAN 36’ Christine Latham (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Sinclair) CAN 49’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 2-1 (a. Timko CK) CAN 72’ Kara Lang (left / gauche) 3-1 (a. Hooper) GROUP / GROUPE : GER 9 points; CAN 6; JPN 3; ARG 0. 2003 CANADA WNT QUARTER / QUART 2003-10-02 Portland, OR, USA CAN W 1:0 CHN Sportsnet ; PGE Park, att. 20,012 Referee / arbitre : Kari Seitz (Sutton, Wheeler, Elovirta). CANADA : 20 GK Taryn Swiatek, 2 Christine Latham (9 Rhian Wilkinson 73’), 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 7 Isabelle Morneau (7 Isabelle Morneau 12’), 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 12 Christine Sinclair, 13 Diana Matheson, 15 Kara Lang (8 Kristina Kiss 90’), 16 Brittany Timko, 18 Tanya Dennis. CAN 8’ Charmaine Hooper (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Matheson)

1.OQ

CANADA WNT

Swiatek, Taryn 3 3 270 7 0 Van Boxmeer, Stacey 0 0 0

HALL of FAME

CAN 79’ Christine Latham (right / droit) 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 82’ Christine Latham (left / gauche) 3-0 (a. Burtini)


Referee / arbitre : Zhang Dong Quing (Fu, Deng, Bennett). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Marie-Eve Nault (4 Sasha Andrews 83’), 5 Andrea Neil (7 Isabelle Morneau 69’), 6 Sharolta Nonen, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair, 13 Diana Matheson, 14 Aysha Jamani (3 Carmelina Moscato 79’), 15 Véronique Maranda (17 Tanya Dennis 79’), 16 Brittany Timko (8 Isabelle Harvey 83’). USA 13’ Lindsay Tarpley 0-1 (a. MacMillan) USA 81’ Joy Fawcett (PK) 0-2

2004 CONCACAF OLYMPIC QUAL. 2004 Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Qualification olympique féminine de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud Place : 3rd / 3e All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Karina LeBlanc, Sharolta Nonen, Diana Matheson, Christine Sinclair, Aysha Jamani 2004 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2004-02-26 Herédia, CRC CAN W 6:0 JAM Sportsnet ; Estadio Rosabal Cordero, att. 3,000 Referee / arbitre : Dianne Ferreira-James (Tovar, Merette, Vargas). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Christine Latham, 5 Andrea Neil (16 Brittany Timko 73’), 6 Sharolta Nonen, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair, 13 Diana Matheson (3 Carmelina Moscato 59’), 15 Kara Lang (14 Aysha Jamani 59’), 17 Melissa Tancredi début, 18 Tanya Dennis. CAN 33’ Christine Latham 1-0 (a. Hooper) CAN 42’ Charmaine Hooper (PK) 2-0 CAN 46’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 3-0 (a. Matheson) CAN 61’ Christine Sinclair 4-0 CAN 82’ Carmelina Moscato (right / droit) 5-0 (a. Latham) CAN 90+’ Christine Sinclair 6-0 (a. Hermus) 2004 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2004-02-28 Herédia, CRC CAN W 6:0 PAN Sportsnet ; Estadio Rosabal Cordero, att. 2,200 Referee / arbitre : Sandra Hunt (Aguilera, Pacheco, Vargas). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Christine Latham, 3 Carmelina Moscato, 5 Andrea Neil (4 Véronique Maranda 63’), 6 Sharolta Nonen, 8 Marie-Eve Nault, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt. (15 Kara Lang HT), 11 Randee Hermus (7 Isabelle Morneau 62’), 13 Diana Matheson, 14 Aysha Jamani, 17 Melissa Tancredi. CAN 14’ Christine Latham 1-0 (a. Neil) CAN 20’ Aysha Jamani 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 25’ Andrea Neil 3-0 (a. Nault) CAN 50’ Aysha Jamani 4-0 (a. Nault) CAN 66’ Aysha Jamani 5-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 75’ Aysha Jamani (right / droit) 6-0 Penalty miss / manque de pénalité par Melissa Tancredi 2004 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2004-03-01 Herédia, CRC CAN W 2:1 CRC Sportsnet ; Estadio Rosabal Cordero, att. 1,650 Referee / arbitre : Maria Ortega (Saez, Aguilera, Hunt). 50th / 50e match international : Randee Hermus. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Christine Latham, 5 Andrea Neil, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 8 Marie-Eve Nault, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt. (3 Carmelina Moscato 58’), 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair, 13 Diana Matheson, 14 Aysha Jamani (15 Kara Lang HT), 17 Melissa Tancredi (7 Isabelle Morneau HT). CAN 7’ Christine Latham 1-0 CAN 21’ Aysha Jamani 2-0 CRC 60’ Shirley Cruz 2-1 GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 9 points; CRC 6; PAN 3; JAM 0.

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2004 CANADA WNT SEMI / DEMI 2004-03-03 San José, CRC CAN L 1:2 MEX Sportsnet ; Estadio Nacional, att. 1,800 Referee / arbitre : Dianne Ferreira-James (Wheeler, Riley, Hunt). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Christine Latham, 5 Andrea Neil (7 Isabelle Morneau HT), 6 Sharolta Nonen, 8 Marie-Eve Nault (15 Kara Lang 62’), 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair, 13 Diana Matheson, 14 Aysha Jamani, 17 Melissa Tancredi. MEX 25’ Maribel Domínguez 0-1 MEX 59’ Maribel Domínguez 0-2 CAN 84’ Aysha Jamani 1-2 2004 CANADA WNT MATCH 3/4 2004-03-05 Herédia, CRC CAN W 4:0 CRC Sportsnet ; Estadio Rosabal Cordero, att. 2,000 Referee / arbitre : Sandra Hunt (Wheeler, Saez, Ortega). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc (22 GK Erin McLeod 69’), 5 Andrea Neil (4 Véronique Maranda 55’), 7 Isabelle Morneau, 8 Marie-Eve Nault, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair, 13 Diana Matheson, 14 Aysha Jamani, 15 Kara Lang (9 Rhian Wilkinson 54’), 17 Melissa Tancredi. CAN 20’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 CAN 43’ Charmaine Hooper 2-0 CAN 58’ Aysha Jamani 3-0 CAN 78’ Christine Sinclair 4-0

2004 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud 2004 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2004-07-03 Nashville, TN, USA CAN L 0:1 USA Sportsnet ; The Coliseum, att. 9,110 CANADA : 1 GK Taryn Swiatek, 2 Christine Latham (9 Melissa Tancredi 79’), 3 Marie-Eve Nault (7 Isabelle Morneau HT), 4 Emily Zurrer début, 5 Andrea Neil, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair, 13 Diana Matheson, 15 Kara Lang (14 Aysha Jamani 73’), 16 Brittany Timko. USA 73’ Heather Mitts 0-1 2004 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2004-07-30 Tokyo, JPN CAN L 0:3 JPN National Olympic Stadium, att. 27,262 CANADA : 20 GK Taryn Swiatek, 10 Charmaine Hooper, 15 Kara Lang (Leah Robinson 60’), 8 Véronique Maranda (Josée Bélanger 60’ début), 13 Diana Matheson, 18 Sari Raber début, 12 Christine Sinclair, 9 Melissa Tancredi (Aysha Jamani 71’), 16 Katie Thorlakson début (4 Rhian Wilkinson 90’+1), 17 Brittany Timko, 5 Emily Zurrer. JPN 9’ Mio Otani 0-1 JPN 11’ Mio Otani 0-2 JPN 78’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-3 (o.g.)

2005 CANADA WNT 2005 CAN WNT Alcia, Leisha LeBlanc, Karina McNulty, Erin Swiatek, Taryn

MP MS MIN GA CS 0 0 0 7 7 585 14 2 0 0 0 4 3 315 11 0

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2005 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A Allen, Amber 6 1 153 1g Andrews, Sasha 8 6 519 1g

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Début Début

2005 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud 2005 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2005-04-19 Apeldoorn, NED CAN D 1:1 NED Sportpark Berg en Bos, att. 300 Referee / arbitre : S. de Jong CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc (20 GK Taryn Swiatek HT), 3 Sophie Schmidt début, 4 Sasha Andrews (10 Charmaine Hooper HT), 7 Isabelle Morneau (16 Katie Thorlakson HT), 8 Diana Matheson, 9 Melissa Tancredi (5 Andrea Neil HT), 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 13 Amy Walsh (14 Amber Allen HT), 15 Kara Lang, 17 Brittany Timko. CAN 81’ Andrea Neil 1-0 NED 90+’ ?? 1-1 2005 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2005-04-21 Osnabrück, GER CAN L 1:3 GER Osnatel Arena, att. 6,825 Referee / arbitre : Bibiana Steinhaus. 100th / 100e match international : Andrea Neil. CANADA : 20 GK Taryn Swiatek, 3 Sophie Schmidt, 4 Sasha Andrews, 5 Andrea Neil (2 Amanda Cicchini 68’ début), 7 Isabelle Morneau, 8 Diana Matheson, 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair (6 Jodi Ann Robinson 88’ début), 13 Amy Walsh, 14 Amber Allen (16 Katie Thorlakson 56’), 17 Brittany Timko. CAN 14’ Amber Allen 1-0 GER 45’ Sonja Fuss 1-1 GER 79’ Birgit Prinz 1-2 GER 86’ Inka Grings 1-3 2005 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2005-04-24 Hildesheim, GER CAN L 2:3 GER Sportanlage MTV Hildesheim, att. 8,000 Referee / arbitre : Christine Frai. 50th goal / 50e but international : Christine Sinclair. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Sophie Schmidt (10 Charmaine

2005 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2005-05-25 København, DEN CAN W 4:3 DEN Rasunda Stadium, att. 1,513 Ref. / arbitre : Bettina Normann (Christoffersen, Overgaard, Svendsen). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Melissa Tancredi (9 Candace Chapman 27’), 3 Sophie Schmidt, 4 Sasha Andrews, 7 Isabelle Morneau (7 Isabelle Morneau 69’), 8 Diana Matheson, 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair, 13 Amy Walsh, 16 Katie Thorlakson (6 Tanya Dennis 73’), 17 Brittany Timko (10 Charmaine Hooper 74’). DEN 4’ Merete Pedersen 0-1 DEN 11’ Merete Pedersen 0-2 DEN 14’ Cathrine Paaske Sørensen 0-3 CAN 24’ Christine Sinclair 1-3 CAN 56’ Sasha Andrews 2-3 (a. Timko) CAN 78’ Charmaine Hooper 3-3 (a. Matheson) CAN 84’ Christine Sinclair 4-3 (a. Hooper) 2005 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2005-05-28 Stockholm, SWE CAN L 1:3 SWE National Arena, att. 2,503 Referee / arbitre : Kirsi Savolainen (Parviainen, Lehtinen, Nystrom). CANADA : 20 GK Taryn Swiatek, 9 Candace Chapman, 11 Randee Hermus, 4 Sasha Andrews (5 Andrea Neil 64’), 15 Kara Lang, 8 Diana Matheson, 3 Sophie Schmidt, 13 Amy Walsh, 12 Christine Sinclair, 16 Katie Thorlakson (14 Amber Allen 79’), 17 Brittany Timko. SWE 13’ Hanna Ljungberg 0-1 SWE 17’ Victoria Svensson 0-2 SWE 63’ Malin Moström 0-3 CAN 70’ Christine Sinclair 1-3 (a. Neil) 2005 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2005-05-31 Sarpsborg, NOR CAN L 0:3 NOR Sarpsborg Stadium, att. 762 Referee / arbitre : Jenny Palmqvist (Borg, Larsson, Wenche). 75th / 75e match international : Isabelle Morneau. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Sophie Schmidt, 5 Andrea Neil (4 Sasha Andrews 57’), 8 Diana Matheson, 9 Candace Chapman, 10 Charmaine Hooper (16 Katie Thorlakson HT), 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair, 13 Amy Walsh, 15 Kara Lang, 17 Brittany Timko (7 Isabelle Morneau 66’). NOR 27’ Dagny Mellgren 0-1 NOR 50’ Solveig Gulbrandsen 0-2 NOR 52’ Trine Rønning 0-3

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2005 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2005-04-27 Bischheim, FRA CAN W 2:0 FRA Parc des Sports, att. 1,200 Referee / arbitre : Zinck. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Amanda Cicchini, 3 Sophie Schmidt, 4 Sasha Andrews, 6 Jodi-Ann Robinson (5 Andrea Neil 68’), 7 Isabelle Morneau, 8 Diana Matheson (Melissa Tancredi 78’), 11 Randee Hermus, 13 Amy Walsh capt., 16 Katie Thorlakson (14 Amber Allen 68’), 17 Brittany Timko. CAN 75’ Sophie Schmidt 1-0 CAN 88’ Andrea Neil 2-0

CANADA MNT

Début

FUTSAL - PARA

Début

Hooper 75’), 4 Sasha Andrews, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 8 Diana Matheson, 9 Melissa Tancredi (2 Amanda Cicchini 65’), 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair, 13 Amy Walsh, 16 Katie Thorlakson (14 Amber Allen 82’), 17 Brittany Timko. CAN 32’ Randee Hermus (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Timko CK) GER 38’ Conny Pohlers 1-1 GER 45’ Renate Lingor 1-2 GER 68’ Kerstin Garefrekes 1-3 CAN 90’ Christine Sinclair 2-3

CANADA WNT

Début

HALL of FAME

Apps, Amy 2 1 108 Beckles, Vonya 0 0 0 Bélanger, Josée 0 0 0 Chapman, Candace 4 3 333 Cicchini, Amanda 4 2 201 Dennis, Tanya 1 0 17 Everrett, Deana 0 0 0 Franko, Martina 2 2 180 1g Hermus, Randee 10 10 900 1g Hooper, Charmaine 7 3 282 2g 2a Iacchelli, Selenia 0 0 0 Jamani, Aysha 0 0 0 Lang, Kara 7 5 477 2g Latham, Christine 3 0 86 Matheson, Diana 10 10 863 1a Morneau, Isabelle 9 7 595 Neil, Andrea 7 4 345 2g 1a Parker, Kelly 0 0 0 Robinson, Jodi-Ann 3 1 89 Robinson, Leah 0 0 0 Schmidt, Sophie 10 10 885 1g Sinclair, Christine 7 7 628 4g Tancredi, Melissa 6 3 161 Thorlakson, Katie 8 5 494 Timko, Brittany 9 8 660 3a Walsh, Amy 10 10 849 1a Wilkinson, Rhian 2 2 169 Willis, Janine 0 0 0


2005 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2005-06-26 Viriginia Beach, VA, USA CAN L 0:2 USA Virginia Beach SportsPlex, att. 3,215 Referee / arbitre : Rachel Woo (Oberle, Wright, Serefini). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Sophie Schmidt, 8 Diana Matheson (6 Melissa Tancredi 82’), 9 Candace Chapman, 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair, 13 Amy Walsh, 14 Amanda Cicchini (7 Isabelle Morneau 64’), 15 Kara Lang, 16 Katie Thorlakson (10 Charmaine Hooper 68’), 17 Brittany Timko (2 Christine Latham HT). USA 14’ Lori Chalupny 0-1 USA 37’ Christine Welsh 0-2 (a. Wambach) 2005 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2005-09-01 Burnaby, BC, CAN CAN L 1:3 GER Sportsnet ; Swangard Stadium, att. 4,315 Referee / arbitre : Jennifer Bennett (Robinson, Chénard). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Sophie Schmidt, 5 Andrea Neil capt. (15 Kara Lang 59’), 7 Isabelle Morneau (19 Jodi-Ann Robinson 71), 8 Diana Matheson, 9 Martina Franko début, 10 Charmaine Hooper (2 Christine Latham 71’), 11 Randee Hermus, 13 Amy Walsh, 16 Rhian Wilkinson, 18 Amy Apps début (6 Melissa Tancredi 86’). GER 35’ Kerstin Garefrekes 0-1 GER 58’ Petra Wimbersky (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Lingor) CAN 70’ Kara Lang (left / gauche) 1-2 GER 80’ Conny Pohlers (right / droit) 1-3 2005 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2005-09-04 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN L 3:4 GER Sportsnet ; Commonwealth Stadium, att. 8,812 Referee / arbitre : Kari Seitz. 50th / 50e match international : Kara Lang. CANADA : 20 GK Taryn Swiatek, 3 Sophie Schmidt, 5 Andrea Neil (18 Amy Apps 68’), 7 Isabelle Morneau, 8 Diana Matheson (4 Sasha Andrews 73’), 9 Martina Franko, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt. (2 Christine Latham 68’), 11 Randee Hermus, 13 Amy Walsh (red / rouge), 15 Kara Lang (17 Brittany Timko 65’), 16 Rhian Wilkinson (14 Amber Allen 79’). CAN 17’ Charmaine Hooper 1-0 (a. Walsh) CAN 19’ Kara Lang (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Hooper) GER 25’ Conny Pohlers 2-1 GER 56’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 2-2 (o.g.) GER 67’ Célia Šašić 2-3 GER 74’ Birgit Prinz 2-4 Red card / carton rouge 84’ Amy Walsh Y2R CAN 86’ Martina Franko 3-4 (a. Timko)

2006 CANADA WNT 2006 CAN WNT Alcia, Leisha LeBlanc, Karina McLeod, Erin Swiatek, Taryn

MP MS MIN GA CS 1 0 13 1 0 2 2 136 0 2 14 14 1277 16 3 2 1 133 2 0

2006 CAN WNT Allen, Amber Andrews, Sasha Apps, Amy Booth, Melanie Chapman, Candace Cicchini, Amanda Dennis, Tanya Franko, Martina Gayle, Robyn

MP MS 0 0 9 2 0 0 13 13 6 4 2 0 0 0 17 17 10 6

156

MIN G A 0 218 0 1200 1g 1a 365 44 0 1528 3g 602

CWC Début & 1.CWC 2.CWC CWC 2.CWC 2.CWC 2.CWC 1.CWC Début & 1.CWC

Hermus, Randee 17 16 1409 3g 2.CWC Hooper, Charmaine 7 7 556 7g Jamani, Aysha 1 0 24 Kiss, Kristina 7 5 385 1a 2.CWC Lang, Kara 3 0 78 Latham, Christine 6 5 495 Matheson, Diana 16 15 1430 1.CWC Morneau, Isabelle 9 5 417 2.CWC Moscato, Carmelina 1 0 45 Neil, Andrea 16 5 541 1g 1a 4.CWC Nonen, Sharolta 5 5 450 Ramsay, Erin 1 0 1 Début Robinson, Jodi-Ann 4 0 49 1g 1.CWC Schmidt, Sophie 11 6 538 1g 1.CWC Sinclair, Christine 17 17 1513 13g 4a 2.CWC Tancredi, Melissa 1 1 33 1.CWC Thorlakson, Katie 4 0 58 Timko, Brittany 15 11 955 3a 2.CWC Vermeulen, Amy 3 2 176 Début & 1.CWC Walsh, Amy 16 16 1378 3.CWC Wilkinson, Rhian 14 12 1070 2g 2a 1.CWC

2006 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud 2006 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2006-02-23 Mexicali, BC, MEX CAN W 3:1 MEX Estadio Necaxa 50th / 50e match international : Karina LeBlanc. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc (red / rouge), 7 Isabelle Morneau, 11 Randee Hermus, 9 Martina Franko, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 3 Sophie Schmidt, 5 Andrea Neil (19 Katie Thorlakson 76’), 8 Diana Matheson, 12 Christine Sinclair, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt. (20 GK Taryn Swiatek 47’), 17 Brittany Timko (16 Rhian Wilkinson 84’). CAN 32’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 CAN 42’ Charmaine Hooper 2-0 CAN 44’ Christine Sinclair 3-0 Red card / carton rouge 46’ GK Karina LeBlanc MEX ?? 3-1 2006 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2006-02-25 Palm Springs, CA, USA CAN D 1:1 MEX Indio High School 75th / 75e match international : Christine Sinclair. CANADA : 20 GK Taryn Swiatek, 3 Sophie Schmidt, 4 Rhian Wilkinson (16 Katie Thorlakson 80’), 6 Sharolta Nonen, 7 Isabelle Morneau (2 Christine Latham HT), 8 Diana Matheson, 9 Martina Franko, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt. (17 Brittany Timko 81’), 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair, 13 Amy Walsh (15 Kara Lang 75’). MEX 35’ Woods 0-1 CAN 66’ Martina Franko 1-1 2006 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2006-03-01 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN W 1:0 NED Thunderbird Stadium, att. 3,162 CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Christine Latham, 3 Sophie Schmidt, 7 Isabelle Morneau (5 Andrea Neil 68’), 8 Diana Matheson (14 Rhian Wilkinson 83’), 9 Martina Franko, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt. (16 Katie Thorlakson 68’), 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair, 13 Amy Walsh, 17 Brittany Timko (15 Kara Lang HT). CAN 85’ Andrea Neil (head / tête) 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) 2006 CANADA WNT 2006-03-04 Victoria, BC, CAN

INTERNATIONAL CAN W 3:1 NED


2006 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2006-07-30 Cary, NC, USA CAN L 0:2 USA ESPN2 ; SAS Soccer Park, att. 5,292 Referee / arbitre : Sandra Serafini (Oberle, Burack, Mitchell). 50th / 50e match international : Brittany Timko. CANADA : 22 GK Erin McLeod, 2 Christine Latham, 3 Melanie Booth, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 11 Randee Hermus (18 Aysha Jamani 66’), 16 Sophie Schmidt (5 Andrea Neil 61’), 13 Amy Walsh, 17 Brittany Timko (7 Amanda Cicchini 55’), 12 Christine Sinclair, 9 Martina Franko, 10 Charmaine Hooper. USA 45’ Abby Wambach (PK) 0-1 USA 80’ Natasha Kai 0-2 2006 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2006-08-19 St. John’s, NL, CAN CAN D 0:0 CHN King George V Park, att. 5,320 CANADA : 22 GK Erin McLeod, 3 Melanie Booth, 4 Sasha Andrews, 5 Andrea Neil (18 Robyn Gayle 77’), 8 Diana Matheson, 9 Martina Franko, 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 13 Amy Walsh, 16 Rhian Wilkinson, 17 Brittany Timko. 2006 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2006-08-22 St. John’s, NL, CAN CAN D 1:1 CHN King George V Park, att. 4,760 CANADA : 22 GK Erin McLeod, 3 Melanie Booth, 4 Sasha Andrews (14 Carmelina Moscato HT), 8 Diana Matheson, 9 Martina Franko, 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 13 Amy Walsh, 16

2006 CANADA WNT PEACE QUEEN CUP 2006-10-28 Seoul, KOR CAN W 3:2 ITA Seoul World Cup Stadium 50th / 50e match international : Diana Matheson. 75th / 75e match international : Randee Hermus. CANADA : 22 Erin McLeod, 3 Melanie Booth, 11 Randee Hermus, 10 Martina Franko, 14 Melissa Tancredi (8 Diana Matheson 33’), 2 Kristina Kiss (9 Candace Chapman 67’), 18 Robyn Gayle (15 Jodi-Ann Robinson 74’), 17 Brittany Timko (6 Sophie Schmidt 82’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (5 Andrea Neil 85’), 13 Amy Walsh, 16 Rhian Wilkinson. CAN 16’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 CAN 34’ Christine Sinclair 2-0 ITA 70’ Valentina Boni 2-1 CAN 80’ Jodi-Ann Robinson 3-1 ITA 80’ Patrizia Panico 3-2 2006 CANADA WNT PEACE QUEEN CUP 2006-10-30 Masan, KOR CAN W 3:1 KOR Masan Stadium CANADA : 22 Erin McLeod, 2 Kristina Kiss (9 Candace Chapman HT), 5 Robyn Gayle (15 Jodi-Ann Robinson 78’), 11 Randee Hermus (4 Sasha Andrews 87’), 3 Melanie Booth, 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Amy Walsh (6 Sophie Schmidt 76’), 17 Brittany Timko (5 Andrea Neil 84’), 16 Rhian Wilkinson (7 Isabelle Morneau 86’), 10 Martina Franko, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 23’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 KOR 25’ Hong Kyungsuk 1-1 CAN 49’ Christine Sinclair 2-1 CAN 69’ Christine Sinclair 3-1 2006 CANADA WNT PEACE QUEEN CUP 2006-11-01 Changwon, KOR CAN W 4:2 BRA Changwon Civil Stadium CANADA : 22 GK Erin McLeod (1 GK Leisha Alcia 77’ début), 2 Kristina Kiss, 9 Candace Chapman (7 Isabelle Morneau HT), 11 Randee Hermus, 3 Melanie Booth, 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Amy Walsh (5 Andrea Neil 77’), 6 Sophie Schmidt (4 Sasha Andrews

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2006 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2006-08-29 Saint-Aubin-sur-Scie, FRA CAN D 2:2 FRA Stade des Vertus, att. 1,558 Referee / arbitre : Frappart. CANADA : Erin McLeod, Kristina Kiss (Sasha Andrews 89’), Robyn Gayle, Randee Hermus, Melanie Booth, Diana Matheson, Amy Walsh, Brittany Timko (Andrea Neil 80’), Martina Franko, Amy Vermeulen (Sophie Schmidt 61’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. FRA 45’ Marinette Pichon 0-1 (a. Tonazzi) CAN 59’ Christine Sinclair (PK) 1-1 CAN 65’ Martina Franko 2-1 (interception) FRA 67’ Hoda Lattaf 2-2

FUTSAL - PARA

2006 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2006-07-18 Blaine, MN, USA CAN W 4:2 SWE National Sports Center, att. 2,206 CANADA : 22 GK Erin McLeod, 3 Melanie Booth, 9 Martina Franko (4 Sasha Andrews 85’), 11 Randee Hermus (5 Andrea Neil 70’), 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 2 Christine Latham, 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Sharolta Nonen, 12 Christine Sinclair, 17 Brittany Timko (18 Robyn Gayle 75’), 13 Amy Walsh. CAN 16’ Charmaine Hooper 1-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 20’ Charmaine Hooper 2-0 SWE 36’ Victoria Svensson 2-1 (a. Schelin) CAN 58’ Christine Sinclair 3-1 (a. Timko) CAN 59’ Charmaine Hooper 4-1 SWE 80’ Therese Lundin 4-2

2006 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2006-08-26 Rouen, FRA CAN W 1:0 FRA Stade Robert-Diochon, att. 1,260 Referee / arbitre : Rémy. 75th / 75e match international : Amy Walsh. CANADA : Erin McLeod, Martina Franko, Robyn Gayle, Randee Hermus, Melanie Booth, Brittany Timko (Andrea Neil 70’), Amy Walsh (Sophie Schmidt 82’), Diana Matheson, Rhian Wilkinson (Kristina Kiss 75’), Amy Vermeulen début (Sasha Andrews 89’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 43’ Christine Sinclair 1-0

CANADA WNT

2006 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2006-06-25 Etobicoke, ON, CAN CAN W 2:1 ITA Rogers TV ; Centennial Stadium, att. 4,325 Ref. / arbitre : Carol-Anne Chénard (Robinson, O’Hara, DePiero). CANADA : 22 GK Erin McLeod, 2 Christine Latham, 3 Melanie Booth, 5 Andrea Neil (17 Brittany Timko 61’), 6 Sharolta Nonen, 8 Diana Matheson, 9 Martina Franko (Randee Hermus 90’+2), 10 Charmaine Hooper, 12 Christine Sinclair, 13 Amy Walsh (4 Amanda Cicchini 81’), 16 Rhian Wilkinson (14 Robyn Gayle 71’ début). CAN 1’ (22sec) ITA own goal / but contre son camp 1-0 (o.g. Cassanelli) CAN 2’ Charmaine Hooper (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Sinclair) ITA 32’ Tatiana Zorri (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-1

Rhian Wilkinson, 17 Brittany Timko (5 Andrea Neil 75’), 18 Robyn Gayle; (sub ? 7 Erin Ramsay 90’ début). CHN 11’ Han Duan 0-1 CAN 25’ Randee Hermus 1-1 (a. Timko)

HALL of FAME

Sportsnet ; Centennial Stadium, att. 4,500 Referee / arbitre : Sandra Sarafini (Robinson, Douglas, Navarro). CANADA : 22 GK Erin McLeod, 2 Christine Latham, 3 Sophie Schmidt, 5 Andrea Neil (17 Brittany Timko 61’), 8 Diana Matheson, 9 Martina Franko, 10 Charmaine Hooper capt., 11 Randee Hermus (4 Sasha Andrews 75’), 12 Christine Sinclair (16 Katie Thorlakson 78’), 13 Amy Walsh (15 Kara Lang 72’), 14 Rhian Wilkinson (7 Isabelle Morneau 85’). CAN 4’ Charmaine Hooper (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Wilkinson) NED 8’ Shirley Smith (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Louwaars) CAN 10’ Charmaine Hooper (head / tête) 2-1 (a. Neil CK) CAN 71’ Sophie Schmidt (head / tête) 3-1 (a. Timko FK)


HT), 16 Rhian Wilkinson, 10 Martina Franko (19 Amy Vermeulen 64’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (15 Jodi-Ann Robinson 75’). CAN 1’ Martina Franko 1-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 7’ Randee Hermus 2-0 (a. Kiss) BRA 13’ Roseli 2-1 CAN 28’ Christine Sinclair 3-1 (a. Wilkinson) CAN 33’ Rhian Wilkinson 4-1 (a. Booth) BRA 85’ Nilda 4-2 50th win / 50e victoire international : Even Pellerud.

2006 CANADA WNT PQC FINAL / FINALE 2006-11-04 Seoul, KOR CAN L 0:1 USA Seoul World Cup Stadium, att. 15,881 Referee / arbitre : Jenny Palmqvist (Kim, Lee, Cha). CANADA : 22 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Isabelle Morneau, 11 Randee Hermus, 9 Candace Chapman (15 Jodi-Ann Robinson 84’), 10 Martina Franko, 3 Melanie Booth, 5 Andrea Neil (4 Sasha Andrews 77’), 13 Amy Walsh (6 Sophie Schmidt 77’), 8 Diana Matheson, 16 Rhian Wilkinson, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. USA 68’ Kristine Lilly (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Wagner)

2006 CONCACAF CHAMPIONSHIP 2006 Concacaf Women’s Gold Cup Coupe d’Or Féminin de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud Place : 2nd / 2e Top Scorers / meilleures buteuses Christine Sinclair etal Outstanding Goalkeeper / meilleure gardienne Erin McLeod Canada qualified for the FIFA Women’s World Cup China PR 2007 / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA, Chine RP 2007 2006 CANADA WNT SEMI / DEMI 2006-11-22 Carson, CA, USA CAN W 4:0 JAM Home Depot Center, att. 6,128 Referee / arbitre : Shane DeSilva (Bramble, Grant, Tovar). CANADA : 22 GK Erin McLeod, 2 Kristina Kiss (18 Robyn Gayle 77’), 3 Melanie Booth, 8 Diana Matheson, 9 Candace Chapman, 10 Martina Franko, 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (7 Isabelle Morneau 75’), 13 Amy Walsh, 16 Rhian Wilkinson, 17 Brittany Timko (5 Andrea Neil 83’). CAN 40’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. ..) CAN 51’ Rhian Wilkinson (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 71’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 3-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 88’ Melanie Booth (head / tête) 4-0 (rebound / rebonde) Qualified for China PR / qualifié pour le Chine RP 2007 2006 CANADA WNT (120min) FINAL / FINALE 2006-11-26 Carson, CA, USA CAN L 1:2 USA Home Depot Center, att. 6,749 Referee / arbitre : Virginia Tovar (Saez, Lopez, Ortega). CANADA : 22 GK Erin McLeod, 3 Melanie Booth, 7 Isabelle Morneau (17 Brittany Timko 55’), 8 Diana Matheson, 9 Candace Chapman (5 Andrea Neil 78’), 10 Martina Franko, 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 13 Amy Walsh (2 Kristina Kiss 118’), 16 Rhian Wilkinson, 18 Robyn Gayle. USA 6’ Leslie Osborne (left / gauche) 0-1 CAN 45+’ Randee Hermus (left / gauche) 1-1 USA 120+’ Kristine Lilly (PK left foot / pied gauche) 1-2 e.t. Red card / carton rouge Even Pellerud (coach / entraîneur) Canada won Concacaf silver / Canada gagne la medaille d’argent

2007 CANADA WNT 2007 CAN WNT LeBlanc, Karina

158

MP MS MIN GA CS 6 5 495 2 4

FIFA WWC, PAG 3.FWWC, 2.PAG

McLeod, Erin Swiatek, Taryn

6 4

6 529 12 2 3 236 10 1

2007 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A Adams, Paige 0 0 0 Allen, Amber 3 2 215 2g Andrews, Sasha 5 0 109 Apps, Amy 0 0 0 Booth, Melanie 5 4 319 1a Chapman, Candace 8 7 630 3g 1a Dennis, Tanya 5 5 426 Franko, Martina 14 14 1260 1g Gayle, Robyn 1 1 40 Hermus, Randee 14 14 1235 2g Kiss, Kristina 12 10 881 2g 1a Lang, Kara 13 10 771 4g 4a Matheson, Diana 14 13 1187 2g 1a Neil, Andrea 11 5 378 2g Robinson, Jodi-Ann 9 3 401 1g Schmidt, Sophie 5 4 371 1g Sinclair, Christine 13 12 1063 16g 3a Tancredi, Melissa 7 4 389 2g Thorlakson, Katie 10 9 721 2g 1a Timko, Brittany 12 7 709 Vanderpool, Caroline 0 0 0 Vermeulen, Amy 4 1 115 1g Walsh, Amy 8 5 459 1a Wilkinson, Rhian 13 10 921 2g 1a

2.FWWC 2.FWWC, 2.PAG FIFA WWC, PAG 1.PAG 1.FWWC, 1.PAG 1.FWWC, 1.PAG 2.FWWC 1.FWWC, 1.PAG 1.FWWC 2.FWWC, 1.PAG 2.FWWC, 2.PAG 2.FWWC, 1.PAG 2.FWWC, 1.PAG 4.FWWC, 1.PAG 1.FWWC 1.FWWC 2.FWWC, 1.PAG 1.FWWC, 1.PAG 1.FWWC, 2.PAG 2.FWWC, 1.PAG 1.PAG 2.FWWC, 1.PAG 2.FWWC, 2.PAG

2007 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud 2007 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2007-05-03 Nanjing, CHN CAN L 1:3 CHN Nanjing Olympic Sports Center CANADA : Erin McLeod, Brittany Timko, Martina Franko, Randee Hermus, Katie Thorlakson, Diana Matheson, Candace Chapman, Amy Walsh (5 Andrea Neil 75’), Rhian Wilkinson, Christine Sinclair capt., Kara Lang (Jodi-Ann Robinson HT). CAN 9’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 CHN 22’ Min Jie 1-1 CHN 58’ Min Duan 1-2 CHN 90’ Min Yali 1-3 2007 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2007-05-06 Nanjing, CHN CAN L 1:2 CHN Nanjing Olympic Sports Center CANADA : GK Taryn Swiatek (GK Karina LeBlanc HT), Brittany Timko, Randee Hermus, Martina Franko, Kristina Kiss, Katie Thorlakson, Amy Walsh, Diana Matheson, Rhian Wilkinson, Jodi-Ann Robinson (Amy Vermeulen 70’), Amber Allen (Melissa Tancredi 80’). CHN ?? 0-1 CHN ?? 0-2 CAN 30’ Diana Matheson 1-2 2007 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2007-05-12 Frisco, TX, USA CAN L 2:6 USA Pizza Hut Park, att. 8,569 Referee / arbitre : Sandra Serafini (Domka, Oberle, Finger). CANADA : 22 GK Erin McLeod, 16 Katie Thorlakson (2 Kristina Kiss 72’), 11 Randee Hermus, 10 Martina Franko, 17 Brittany Timko, 8 Diana Matheson (6 Sophie Schmidt 79’), 5 Andrea Neil (15 Kara Lang HT), 13 Amy Walsh, 9 Candace Chapman, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 7 Rhian Wilkinson (18 Jodi-Ann Robinson 85’). USA 3’ Abby Wambach (PK left foot / pied gauche) 0-1


2007 PAN AMERICAN GAMES Pan American Games Rio 2007 / Jeux panaméricains, Rio 2007 Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud Place : 3rd / 3e (Coach 14 July / entraîneur le 14 juillet Ian Bridge) 2007 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2007-07-14 Rio, BRA CAN W 7:0 URU Miécimo de Silva Sport Complex Referee / arbitre : Pablo Lunati (Rebollo, Paz, Antequera). 72nd goal / 72e but international : Christine Sinclair record. Suspended coach / entraîneur suspendu : Even Pellerud. CANADA : 20 GK Taryn Swiatek, 2 Kristina Kiss, 3 Melanie Booth (15 Kara Lang HT), 5 Andrea Neil (4 Melissa Tancredi HT), 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 8 Diana Matheson, 10 Martina Franko, 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 13 Amy Walsh, 16 Katie Thorlakson (17 Brittany Timko 70’). CAN 7’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 (a. Thorlakson) CAN 38’ Randee Hermus 2-0 (a. Booth) CAN 53’ Diana Matheson 3-0 (a. Wilkinson) CAN 70’ Christine Sinclair 4-0 CAN 80’ Melissa Tancredi 5-0 CAN 84’ Christine Sinclair 6-0 CAN 89’ Randee Hermus 7-0 2007 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2007-07-16 Rio, BRA CAN W 4:0 ECU Estadio João Havelange Referee / arbitre : Joaquin Antequera (Paz, Yegros, Invemizzi). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Kristina Kiss (6 Sasha Andrews

2007 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2007-07-20 Rio, BRA CAN L 0:7 BRA Estádio do Maracanã Ref. / arbitre : Pablo Antonio Pozo (Basualdo, Ramirez, Cerdas). CANADA : 20 GK Taryn Swiatek, 2 Kristina Kiss, 3 Melanie Booth, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 8 Diana Matheson (6 Sasha Andrews 69’), 10 Martina Franko, 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 15 Kara Lang (4 Melissa Tancredi HT), 16 Katie Thorlakson (5 Andrea Neil 67’), 17 Brittany Timko. BRA 25’ Marta 0-1 BRA 50’ Rosana 0-2 BRA 52’ Marta 0-3 BRA 66’ Daniela 0-4 BRA 72’ Marta 0-5 BRA 85’ Marta 0-6 BRA 88’ Marta 0-7 GROUP / GROUPE : BRA 12 points; CAN 9; JAM 4; ECU 3; URU 1. 2007-07-23 CAN 1:2 USA “B” (SF) Pan American Games, Estádio do Maracanã Not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international. Canada goal / but par Kara Lang 2007 CANADA WNT MATCH 3/4 2007-07-26 Rio, BRA CAN W 2:1 MEX Estádio do Maracanã, att. 15,000 Referee / arbitre : Joaquin Antequera (Babualdo, Paz, Pozo). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Kristina Kiss, 10 Martina Franko, 11 Randee Hermus, 17 Brittany Timko, 5 Andrea Neil (7 Rhian Wilkinson HT), 8 Diana Matheson, 16 Katie Thorlakson, 4 Melissa Tancredi, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 15 Kara Lang (19 Amy Vermeulen 85’). CAN 21’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 CAN 45+2’ Kristina Kiss (PK) 2-0 MEX 65’ Teresa Worbis (PK) 2-1 Canada won the bronze medal / Canada gagne la medaille bronze

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2007 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2007-06-06 Auckland, NZL CAN W 5:0 NZL North Harbour Stadium CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 11 Randee Hermus, 10 Martina Franko, 6 Tanya Dennis (4 Sasha Andrews 66’), 2 Kristina Kiss, 16 Katie Thorlakson (15 Kara Lang 70’, 17 Brittany Timko 77’), 9 Candace Chapman (13 Amy Walsh 62’), 8 Diana Matheson, 14 Amber Allen, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 7 Rhian Wilkinson (21 Jodi-Ann Robinson 20’). CAN 4’ Candace Chapman 1-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 12’ Christine Sinclair 2-0 (a. Kiss) CAN 20’ Amber Allen 3-0 (a. Matheson) CAN 21’ Jodi-Ann Robinson 4-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 76’ Amber Allen 5-0 (a. Lang)

2007 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2007-07-18 Rio, BRA CAN W 11:1 JAM Zico Football Centre Referee / arbitre : Joaquin Antequera (Paz, Yegros, Invemizzi). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Kristina Kiss, 3 Melanie Booth, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 8 Diana Matheson, 10 Martina Franko, 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 15 Kara Lang (5 Andrea Neil 67’), 17 Brittany Timko (6 Sasha Andrews 60’), 19 Amy Vermeulen (16 Katie Thorlakson HT). CAN 17’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 CAN 24’ Christine Sinclair 2-0 CAN 32’ Kristina Kiss 3-0 CAN 39’ Christine Sinclair 4-0 CAN 41’ Rhian Wilkinson 5-0 CAN 42’ Amy Vermeulen 6-0 CAN 45+1’ Christine Sinclair 7-0 CAN 49’ Kara Lang 8-0 JAM 60’ Venecia Reid 8-1 CAN 61’ Katie Thorlakson 9-1 CAN 73’ Andrea Neil 10-1 CAN 84’ Katie Thorlakson 11-1

FUTSAL - PARA

2007 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2007-06-03 Auckland, NZL CAN W 3:0 NZL North Harbour Stadium, att. 2,500 Referee / arbitre : Neil Fox. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Kristina Kiss (5 Andrea Neil 69’), 6 Tanya Dennis, 10 Martina Franko, 11 Randee Hermus (17 Brittany Timko 65’), 21 Jodi-Ann Robinson, 9 Candace Chapman, 13 Amy Walsh (14 Amber Allen HT), 7 Rhian Wilkinson (4 Sasha Andrews 69’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 15 Kara Lang (8 Diana Matheson HT). CAN 13’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 CAN 42’ Candace Chapman 2-0 CAN 63’ Christine Sinclair 3-0

67’), 3 Melanie Booth, 5 Andrea Neil, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 8 Diana Matheson, 10 Martina Franko, 11 Randee Hermus, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (19 Amy Vermeulen HT), 15 Kara Lang, 17 Brittany Timko. CAN 13’ Andrea Neil 1-0 CAN 24’ Kara Lang 2-0 CAN 30’ Kara Lang 3-0 CAN 50’ Kara Lang 4-0

CANADA WNT

CAN 11’ Rhian Wilkinson (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Sinclair) USA 13’ Lindsay Tarpley (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Mitts) USA 28’ Lori Chalupny (left / gauche) 1-3 (a. Tarpley) USA 35’ Kristine Lilly (left / gauche) 1-4 (a. Lloyd) CAN 50’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 2-4 (a. Walsh) USA 65’ Abby Wambach (head / tête) 2-5 (a. Lilly FK) USA 73’ Heather O’Reilly (right / droit) 2-6 (a. Wagner)

HALL of FAME


2007 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud 2007 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2007-08-30 Tokyo, JPN CAN D 0:0 JPN National Stadium, att. 1,952 Ref. / arbitre : Shen Huang Ying (Hamasaki, Takhashi, Szokolai). 100th / 100e match international : Christine Sinclair. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 4 Robyn Gayle (17 Brittany Timko 40’), 10 Martina Franko, 11 Randee Hermus, 16 Katie Thorlakson (2 Kristina Kiss 83’), 5 Andrea Neil capt. (9 Candace Chapman HT), 8 Diana Matheson, 14 Melissa Tancredi (3 Melanie Booth 86’), 19 Sophie Schmidt, 15 Kara Lang (12 Christine Sinclair 62’), 21 Jodi-Ann Robinson (13 Amy Walsh 66’).

2007 FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP FIFA Women’s World Cup China PR 2007 Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA, Chine RP 2007 Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud Place : 9th / 9e (Coach 12 September / entraîneur le 12 septembre Ian Bridge) 2007 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE C 2007-09-12 Hangzhou, CHN CAN L 1:2 NOR CBC, SRC ; Hangzhou Dragon Stadium, att. 30,752 Referee / arbitre : Christine Baitinger (Mirt, Dietz-Draeger, Alvarez). Suspended coach / entraîneur suspendu : Even Pellerud. CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 6 Tanya Dennis, 11 Randee Hermus, 10 Martina Franko, 2 Kristina Kiss, 8 Diana Matheson, 9 Candace Chapman (13 Amy Walsh 73’), 19 Sophie Schmidt, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 14 Melissa Tancredi (7 Rhian Wilkinson HT), 15 Kara Lang (21 Jodi-Ann Robinson 83’). CAN 33’ Candace Chapman (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Sinclair) NOR 52’ Ragnhild Gulbrandsen (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Folstad) NOR 81’ Ane Stangeland Horpestad (right / droit) 1-2 2007 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE C 2007-09-15 Hangzhou, CHN CAN W 4:0 GHA CBC, SRC ; Hangzhou Dragon Stadium, att. 33,835 Referee / arbitre : Nicole Petignat (Lagrange, Vives, Kamnueng). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 11 Randee Hermus, 10 Martina Franko, 6 Tanya Dennis, 2 Kristina Kiss, 8 Diana Matheson (5 Andrea Neil 84’), 19 Sophie Schmidt, 9 Candace Chapman, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 16 Katie Thorlakson (21 Jodi-Ann Robinson 44’), 15 Kara Lang (7 Rhian Wilkinson 63’). CAN 16’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Lang) CAN 55’ Sophie Schmidt (head / tête) 2-0 (interception) CAN 62’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Lang) CAN 77’ Martina Franko (head / tête) 4-0 (a. .. CK) 2007 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE C 2007-09-20 Chengdu, CHN CAN D 2:2 AUS CBC, SRC ; Chengdu Sports Center, att. 29,300 Referee / arbitre : Gyöngyi Gaál (Gutierrez, Borg, Palmqvist). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod (20 GK Taryn Swiatek 79’), 6 Tanya Dennis, 11 Randee Hermus, 10 Martina Franko, 9 Candace Chapman, 8 Diana Matheson, 19 Sophie Schmidt, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 14 Melissa Tancredi (21 Jodi-Ann Robinson 68’), 15 Kara Lang (17 Brittany Timko 90’+2). CAN 1’ (31sec) Melissa Tancredi (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Lang) AUS 53’ Collette McCallum (FK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 CAN 85’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 2-1 (a. Chapman) AUS 90’+2 Cheryl Salisbury (right / droit) 2-2 (interception) GROUP / GROUPE : NOR 7 points; AUS 5; CAN 4; GHA 0.

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2008 CANADA WNT 2008 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS Labbé, Stephanie 1 0 35 0 0 LeBlanc, Karina 8 6 651 5 4 McLeod, Erin 18 18 1534 22 6 2008 CAN WNT Allen, Amber Armstrong, Julie Booth, Melanie Boudreau, Taryne Chapman, Candace Filigno, Jonelle Franko, Martina Gayle, Robyn Hermus, Randee Kiss, Kristina Kyle, Kaylyn Lam-Feist, Monica Lang, Kara Marton, Lexi Matheson, Diana Robinson, Jodi-Ann Rustad, Clare Schmidt, Sophie Sinclair, Christine Stewart, Chelsea Tancredi, Melissa Timko, Brittany Vermeulen, Amy Walsh, Amy Wilkinson, Rhian Zurrer, Emily

OQ, OLY Début 2.OQ & 1.OLY 2.OQ & 1.OLY

MP MS MIN G A OQ, OLY 5 3 139 6 5 290 1g Début 7 4 395 1.OQ 0 0 0 23 22 2026 1g 2a 1.OQ & 1.OLY 20 12 1091 1g Début, 1.OQ, 1.OLY 19 18 1653 1.OQ & 1.OLY 14 6 615 1.OQ & 1.OLY 19 17 1463 2g 2a 2.OQ & 1.OLY 6 3 254 1g 1.OQ 5 2 179 1a Début 0 0 0 19 16 1481 6g 1a 2.OQ & 1.OLY 6 3 275 Début, 1.OQ 18 18 1634 1g 2a 2.OQ & 1.OLY 17 2 511 4g 1a 1.OQ & 1.OLY 21 16 1577 2g 2a 1.OQ & 1.OLY 17 15 1270 1.OQ & 1.OLY 22 22 2017 13g 2a 2.OQ & 1.OLY 0 0 0 18 17 1284 6g 5a 2.OQ & 1.OLY 18 2 675 3g 2.OQ & 1.OLY 2 2 107 1a 8 2 284 1a 1.OQ & 1.OLY 22 22 2016 4a 2.OQ & 1.OLY 12 11 1009 1.OLY

2008 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud 2008 CANADA WNT 4 NATIONS 2008-01-16 Guangzhou, CHN CAN L 0:4 USA Guangdong Olympic Sports Center, att. 1,000 Referee / arbitre : Kirsi Savolainen (Liu, Zhang, Gu). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 9 Candace Chapman (13 Kaylyn Kyle 80’ début), 10 Martina Franko, 3 Melanie Booth, 19 Sophie Schmidt, 12 Randee Hermus, 15 Clare Rustad, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 14 Melissa Tancredi (16 Julie Armstrong 67’ début), 21 Jodi-Ann Robinson (5 Jonelle Filigno HT début). USA 51’ Amy Rodriguez 0-1 USA 65’ Amy Rodriguez (right / droit) 0-2 USA 71’ Lindsay Tarpley (left / gauche) 0-3 USA 78’ Lindsay Tarpley (right / droit) 0-4 2008 CANADA WNT 4 NATIONS 2008-01-18 Guangdong, CHN CAN D 0:0 CHN Guangdong Olympic Sports Center CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Melanie Booth, 10 Martina Franko, 9 Candace Chapman, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 15 Clare Rustad, 19 Sophie Schmidt, 11 Randee Hermus (13 Kaylyn Kyle 68’), 5 Jonelle Filigno (17 Brittany Timko 70’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 16 Julie Armstrong (21 Jodi-Ann Robinson 80’). 2008 CANADA WNT 2008-01-20 Guangdong, CHN Guangdong Olympic Sports Center

4 NATIONS CAN D 1:1 FIN


2008 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2008-03-07 Larnaka, CYP CAN W 3:0 JPN GSZ Stadium 50th / 50e match international : Rhian Wilkinson. CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 11 Randee Hermus, 10 Martina Franko, 9 Candace Chapman (13 Amy Walsh 89’), 5 Robyn Gayle (19 Jonelle Filigno HT), 4 Clare Rustad (3 Melanie Booth 68’), 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Sophie Schmidt (17 Lexi Marton 81’ début), 7 Rhian Wilkinson (2 Kristina Kiss 83’), 15 Kara Lang (21 Jodi-Ann Robinson 68’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 22’ Christine Sinclair (PK) 1-0 CAN 42’ Christine Sinclair 2-0 (a. Wilkinson) CAN 80’ Christine Sinclair 3-0 (a. Matheson) GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 6 points; JPN 3; RUS 0. 2008 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2008-03-10 Larnaka, CYP CAN L 0:2 SCO Alpha Training Facility, att. 25 CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 10 Martina Franko, 17 Lexi Marton, 2 Kristina Kiss, 7 Brittany Timko (4 Clare Rustad 55’), 3 Melanie Booth, 13 Amy Walsh (6 Sophie Schmidt 62’), 16 Kaylyn Kyle (21 Jodi-Ann Robinson 55’), 8 Amy Vermeulen (5 Robyn Gayle HT), Melissa Tancredi (15 Kara Lang 24’), 14 Julie Armstrong (9 Candace Chapman 74’). SCO 67’ Stacey Cook 0-1 SCO 80’ Pauline Hamill 0-2 2008 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2008-03-12 Canada 3:2 USA U-20s Cyprus Cup Final / Finale de la Coupe de Chypre Canada goals / buts par Christine Sinclair (x2), Jonelle Filigno Not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international. 2008 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2008-03-14 Bondoufle, FRA CAN D 0:0 FRA Stade Robert-Bobin Evry, att. 980 Referee / arbitre : Zinck. 100th / 100e match international : Randee Hermus. CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 17 Lexi Marton (21 Jodi-Ann Robinson HT), 11 Randee Hermus capt., 10 Martina Franko, 9 Candace Chapman, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 16 Kaylyn Kyle (4 Clare Rustad 59’, 3 Melanie Booth 90’), 8 Diana Matheson, 19 Jonelle Filigno, 14 Julie Armstrong (15 Brittany Timko 23’, 5 Robyn Gayle 90’), 12 Christine Sinclair.

2008 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2008-04-06 Juárez, CH, MEX CAN W 1:0 CRC Estadio Olímpico Benito Juarez, att. 22,280 Referee / arbitre : Kari Seitz (Tovar, Munoz, Bennett). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 5 Robyn Gayle (13 AmyWalsh HT), 11 Randee Hermus, 19 Lexi Marton, 9 Candace Chapman, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 8 Diana Matheson, 16 Jonelle Filigno, 6 Sophie Schmidt (21 Jodi-Ann Robinson 68’), 14 Melissa Tancredi (15 Kara Lang 76’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 15’ Melissa Tancredi 1-0 (a. Hermus) GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 6 points; CRC 1; TRI 1. 2008 CANADA WNT SEMI / DEMI 2008-04-09 Juárez, CH, MEX CAN W 1:0 MEX CBC ; Estadio Olímpico Benito Juarez, att. 19,850 Referee / arbitre : Kari Seitz (Jeffrey, Mohammed, Bennett). 75th / 75e match international : Diana Matheson. CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 11 Randee Hermus (5 Robyn Gayle 73’), 10 Martina Franko, 9 Candace Chapman, 4 Clare Rustad, 8 Diana Matheson, 16 Jonelle Filigno (17 Brittany Timko 67’), 15 Kara Lang, 14 Melissa Tancredi (21 JodiAnn Robinson 76’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 25’ Melissa Tancredi (right / droit) 1-0 (interception) Qualified for Beijing 2008 / qualifié pour le Péking 2008 2008 CANADA WNT (120min) FINAL / FINALE 2008-04-12 Juárez, CH, MEX CAN D 1:1 USA Estadio Olímpico Benito Juarez, att. 4,115 Ref. / arbitre : Erika Vargas (Jeffrey, Mohammed, Ferreira-James). 50th / 50e match international : Candace Chapman. CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 11 Randee Hermus (5 Robyn Gayle HT), 10 Martina Franko, 9 Candace Chapman, 4 Clare Rustad, 8 Diana Matheson (19 Lexi Marton 100’), 16 Jonelle Filigno (17 Brittany Timko 70’), 15 Kara Lang, 14 Melissa Tancredi, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. USA 108’ Carli Lloyd 0-1 CAN 116’ M. Tancredi (head / tête) 1-1 e.t. (a. Chapman CK) USA wins 6-5 on kicks / USA gagne 5-3 aux tirs Canada won Concacaf silver / Canada gagne la medaille d’argent

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2008 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2008-04-02 Juárez, CH, MEX CAN W 6:0 TRI Estadio Olímpico Benito Juarez, att. 7,000 Referee / arbitre : Monique Ras (Jeffrey, Saez, Ferreira-James). 75th / 75e match international : Brittany Timko. CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 5 Robyn Gayle, 10 Martina Franko (19 Lexi Marton 69’), 11 Randee Hermus, 9 Candace Chapman (17 Brittany Timko 71’), 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 8 Diana Matheson, 16 Jonelle Filigno, 15 Kara Lang, 14 Melissa Tancredi (21 Jodi-Ann Robinson 59’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 10’ Melissa Tancredi 1-0 (a. Wilkinson) CAN 21’ Jonelle Filigno 2-0 (a. Tancredi) CAN 39’ Kara Lang 3-0 CAN 61’ Randee Hermus (head / tête) 4-0 (a. Chapman) CAN 68’ Jodi-Ann Robinson (head / tête) 5-0 CAN 86’ Christine Sinclair 6-0

FUTSAL - PARA

2008 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2008-03-05 Paralimni, CYP CAN W 2:1 RUS CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 9 Candace Chapman, 10 Martina Franko, 5 Robyn Gayle (3 Melanie Booth 78’), 11 Randee Hermus, 8 Diana Matheson, 4 Clare Rustad (19 Jonelle Filigno 65’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 14 Julie Armstrong (6 Sophie Schmidt HT), 15 Kara Lang (21 Jodi-Ann Robinson 60’). CAN 8’ Julie Armstrong 1-0 RUS 18’ Natalia Barbachia 1-1 CAN 50’ Kara Lang 2-1 (a. Wilkinson)

2008 Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Qualification olympique féminine de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud 2nd / 2e Canada qualified for the Beijing 2008 Women’s Olympic Football Tournament / Le Canada se qualifie pour le Tournoi Olympique de Football Féminine, Péking 2008

CANADA WNT

2008 CONCACAF OLYMPIC QUAL.

HALL of FAME

CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Melanie Booth, 10 Martina Franko, 9 Candace Chapman, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 15 Clare Rustad, 19 Sophie Schmidt, 11 Randee Hermus (13 Kaylyn Kyle 57’), 5 Jonelle Filigno (21 Jodi-Ann Robinson 65’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 16 Julie Armstrong (17 Brittany Timko HT). FIN 1H Katri Nokso-Koivisto 0-1 CAN 90’+3 Jodi-Ann Robinson 1-1 (a. Kyle) GROUP / GROUPE : USA 9 points; CHN 4; CAN 2; FIN 1.


2008 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud 2008 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2008-05-10 Washington, DC, USA CAN L 0:6 USA RFK Stadium, att. 9,332 Referee / arbitre : Sandra Serafini (Coleman, Hackett, Roslund). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 73’), 11 Randee Hermus, 10 Martina Franko, 9 Candace Chapman, 6 Sophie Schmidt (4 Clare Rustad HT), 8 Diana Matheson, 16 Jonelle Filigno, 15 Kara Lang (21 Jodi-Ann Robinson 70’), 14 Melissa Tancredi (17 Brittany Timko 90’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. USA 24’ Lindsay Tarpley (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Wambach) USA 54’ Natasha Kai (head / tête) 0-2 (a. O’Reilly) USA 60’ Natasha Kai (head / tête) 0-3 (a. Mitts) USA 63’ Carli Lloyd (right / droit) 0-4 (a. Wambach) USA 75’ Natasha Kai (right / droit) 0-5 (a. Wambach) USA 88’ Leslie Osborne (right / droit) 0-6 (a. Rodriguez) 2008-05-20 Canada 0:0 Australia Training match, not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international. 2008 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2008-05-23 Sydney, AUS CAN L 1:2 AUS Fox Sports ; Sydney Football Stadium Referee / arbitre : Tammy Ogston. 75th / 75e match international : Kara Lang. CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 9 Candace Chapman, 10 Martina Franko, 19 Emily Zurrer, 4 Clare Rustad, 6 Sophie Schmidt (21 Jodi-Ann Robinson 66’), 16 Jonelle Filigno (17 Brittany Timko 84’), 15 Kara Lang, 14 Melissa Tancredi, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. AUS 22’ Amy Chapman (right / droit) 0-1 (rebound / rebonde) AUS 40’ Caitlin Munoz (head / tête) 0-2 (a. Perry) CAN 55’ Kara Lang (left / gauche) 1-2 (rebound / rebonde) 2008 CANADA WNT PEACE QUEEN CUP 2008-06-14 Suwon, KOR CAN W 5:0 ARG Suwon Worldcup Stadium, att. 26,370 Referee / arbitre : Sung Michan (Kim, Stephson, Ihringova). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 3 Emily Zurrer, 9 Candace Chapman, 11 Randee Hermus, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 16 Jonelle Filigno (19 Amber Allen HT, 17 Brittany Timko 67’), 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Sophie Schmidt (13 Amy Walsh 71’), 15 Kara Lang (5 Robyn Gayle 62’), 14 Melissa Tancredi (21 Jodi-Ann Robinson 73’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 26’ Diana Matheson (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 46’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 54’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 3-0 (a. Tancredi) CAN 60’ Melissa Tancredi (right / droit) 4-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 89’ Brittany Timko (PK right foot / pied droit) 5-0 2008 CANADA WNT PEACE QUEEN CUP 2008-06-16 Suwon, KOR CAN W 3:1 KOR Suwon Worldcup Stadium, att. 1,224 Referee / arbitre : Sandra Serafini (Wheeler, Stephson, Palmqvist). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 9 Candace Chapman, 11 Randee Hermus, 3 Emily Zurrer, 15 Kara Lang (17 Brittany Timko HT), 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Sophie Schmidt (13 Amy Walsh 85’), 16 Jonelle Filigno (19 Amber Allen 60’, 2 Kristina Kiss 75’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 14 Melissa Tancredi (4 Clare Rustad 89’). CAN 36’ Kara Lang (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 48’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Matheson) CAN 73’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 3-0 (interception) KOR 74’ Kim Soon Yun (right / droit) 3-1 (a. Jeon Ga Eul)

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2008 CANADA WNT PEACE QUEEN CUP 2008-06-18 Suwon, KOR CAN W 2:0 NZL Suwon Worldcup Stadium Referee / arbitre : Sung Michan (Park, Kim, Palmqvist). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Kristina Kiss (5 Robyn Gayle HT), 9 Candace Chapman, 11 Randee Hermus, 3 Emily Zurrer, 8 Diana Matheson, 4 Clare Rustad (13 Amy Walsh 73’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 14 Melissa Tancredi (17 Brittany Timko 62’), 19 Amber Allen (15 Kara Lang 28’). CAN 2’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Tancredi) Red card / carton rouge 48’ NZL GK Rachel Howard CAN 50’ Kara Lang (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-0 GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 9 points; KOR 6; NZL 3; ARG 0. 2008 CANADA WNT PEACE QUEEN CUP 2008-06-21 Suwon, KOR CAN L 0:1 USA (FINAL / FINALE) Suwon Worldcup Stadium, att. 25,280 Referee / arbitre : Alexandra Ihringova (Cini, Lee, Steinhaus). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 3 Emily Zurrer, 9 Candace Chapman, 11 Randee Hermus, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 15 Kara Lang, 8 Diana Matheson, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 4 Clare Rustad, 19 Amber Allen (17 Brittany Timko 30’), 14 Melissa Tancredi. USA 90’+2 Angela Hucles (right / droit) 0-1 2008 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2008-07-10 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN D 1:1 BRA Sportsnet ; BMO Field, att. 13,554 Referee / arbitre : Michelle Pye (Morisset, Poirier, Chénard). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 9 Candace Chapman, 10 Martina Franko (11 Randee Hermus 74’), 3 Emily Zurrer, 15 Kara Lang, 6 Sophie Schmidt (16 Jonelle Filigno 75’), 8 Diana Matheson, 4 Clare Rustad, 14 Melissa Tancredi INJ (17 Brittany Timko 56’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 53’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Rustad) BRA 81’ Raquel (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Erika) 2008 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2008-07-26 Singapore, SIN CAN D 1:1 NZL Queenston Stadium CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod (1 GK Karina LeBlanc HT), 5 Robyn Gayle (11 Randee Hermus 30’), 9 Candace Chapman, 10 Martina Franko, 3 Emily Zurrer (4 Clare Rustad 60’), 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Sophie Schmidt, 2 Amber Allen (14 Melissa Tancredi HT), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 15 Kara Lang (16 Jonelle Filigno 75’). CAN 36’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 NZL 40’ Emma Kete 1-1 (a. Hearn) 2008 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2008-07-27 Singapore, SIN CAN W 8:0 SIN Queenston Stadium 75th / 75e match international : Kristina Kiss. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc (20 GK Stephanie Labbé 55’ début), 2 Kristina Kiss, 5 Robyn Gayle (10 Martina Franko 80’), 11 Randee Hermus, 21 Amy Vermeulen (3 Emily Zurrer 62’), 17 Brittany Timko, 13 Amy Walsh, 4 Clare Rustad, 19 Jodi-Ann Robinson, 16 Jonelle Filigno, 14 Melissa Tancredi. CAN 4’ Randee Hermus 1-0 CAN 12’ Jodi-Ann Robinson 2-0 (a. Tancredi) CAN 17’ Jodi-Ann Robinson 3-0 (a. Tancredi) CAN 33’ Brittany Timko 4-0 (a. Vermeulen) CAN 57’ Clare Rustad 5-0 CAN 73’ Kristina Kiss 6-0 CAN 77’ Clare Rustad 7-0 CAN 84’ Brittany Timko 8-0 (a. Robinson)


2008 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE E 2008-08-12 Beijing, CHN CAN L 1:2 SWE CBC ; Workers’ Stadium, att. 5,112 Referee / arbitre : Pannipar Kamnueng (Shamsuri, Kaw, Zealand). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 9 Candace Chapman, 10 Martina Franko, 3 Emily Zurrer (5 Robyn Gayle 81’), 4 Clare Rustad, 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Sophie Schmidt (13 Amy Walsh HT), 15 Kara Lang, 14 Melissa Tancredi, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (2 Jodi-Ann Robinson 67’). SWE 19’ Lotta Schelin (right / droit) 0-1 SWE 51’ Lotta Schelin (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Landstrom) CAN 63’ Melissa Tancredi (head / tête) 1-2 (a. Walsh) GROUP / GROUPE : CHN 7 points; SWE 6; CAN 4; ARG 0. 2008 CANADA WNT (120min) QUARTER / QUART 2008-08-15 Shanghai, CHN CAN L 1:2 USA CBC ; Shanghai Stadium, att. 26,129 Referee / arbitre : Jenny Palmqvist (Karo, Steinlund, Alvarez). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod INJ (1 GK Karina LeBlanc 19’), 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 9 Candace Chapman, 10 Martina Franko, 3 Emily Zurrer, 4 Clare Rustad, 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Sophie Schmidt, 15 Kara Lang, 14 Melissa Tancredi (17 Brittany Timko HT, 16 Jonelle Filigno ET), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. USA 13’ Angela Hucles (right / droit) 0-1 (interception) CAN 30’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Rustad) USA 101’ Natasha Kai (head / tête) 1-2 e.t. (a. Boxx)

2009 CANADA WNT 2009 CAN WNT Colpitts, Dayle Labbé, Stephanie LeBlanc, Karina

MP MS MIN GA CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 6 540 10 1

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CANADA SOCCER

CANADA

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Début

Début

Début

2009 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneure Carolina Morace 2009 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2009-03-05 Paralimni, CYP CAN D 1:1 NZL Paralimni Municipality Stadium, att. 25 CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 2 Emily Zurrer, 3 Melanie Booth, 23 Sasha Andrews, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 5 Chelsea Stewart début (16 Marie-Eve Nault 70’), 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Amy Walsh (4 Alyssa Lagonia 55’ début), 11 Christina Julien début (20 Amy Vermeulen 70’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 11’ Christina Julien 1-0 (a. Sinclair) NZL 34’ Betsy Hassett 1-1 2009 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2009-03-07 Larnaka, CYP CAN W 2:1 NED GSZ Stadium, att. 25 100th / 100e match international : Amy Walsh. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Melanie Booth, 2 Emily Zurrer, 10 Martina Franko (15 Shannon Woeller 63’ début), 17 Brittany Timko, 5 Chelsea Stewart (4 Alyssa Lagonia 65’), 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 8 Diana Matheson (13 Amy Walsh 88’), 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 11 Christina Julien (14 Melissa Tancredi 63’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 15’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 (a. Julien)

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2008 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE E 2008-08-09 Tianjin, CHN CAN D 1:1 CHN Tianjin Olympic Sports Center Stadium, att. 52,600 Referee / arbitre : Dagmar Damkova (Mirt, Wierzbowska, Petignat). 50th / 50e match international : Erin McLeod, Martina Franko. CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 11 Randee Hermus (17 Brittany Timko 64’), 9 Candace Chapman, 10 Martina Franko, 3 Emily Zurrer, 4 Clare Rustad, 8 Diana Matheson (2 Jodi-Ann Robinson 74’), 6 Sophie Schmidt, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 15 Kara Lang (16 Jonelle Filigno 90’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 34’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 (a. Lang) CHN 36’ Yuan Xu 1-1

2009 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A Andrews, Sasha 3 2 225 Bélanger, Josée 0 0 0 Booth, Melanie 5 5 405 Bouchard, Myriam 0 0 0 Chapman, Allysha 0 0 0 Chapman, Candace 3 3 265 Chénard, Laura 0 0 0 Filigno, Jonelle 2 2 148 Flock, Kendra 0 0 0 Franko, Martina 3 3 198 Gayle, Robyn 2 1 27 Julien, Christina 4 3 187 1g 1a Kyle, Kaylyn 5 4 327 Lagonia, Alyssa 4 0 87 Lang, Kara 3 3 260 Matheson, Diana 7 7 628 Miskimmin, Caley 0 0 0 Moscato, Carmelina 3 1 90 Nault, Marie-Eve 6 1 207 Pacheco, Gina 1 0 10 Parker, Kelly 5 5 406 Raber, Sari 0 0 0 Robinson, Jodi-Ann 3 2 154 Robinson, Leah 1 0 4 Rustad, Clare 0 0 0 Sansar, Bahar 0 0 0 Schmidt, Sophie 0 0 0 Scott, Desiree 0 0 0 Sinclair, Christine 7 7 626 4g 1a Stewart, Chelsea 6 3 293 Tancredi, Melissa 4 1 185 1g 1a Timko, Brittany 5 5 392 Vermeulen, Amy 3 0 51 Walsh, Amy 4 1 101 Wilkinson, Rhian 5 5 448 2 Woeller, Shannon 2 0 50 Zurrer, Emily 6 6 540

FUTSAL - PARA

2008 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE E 2008-08-06 Tianjin, CHN CAN W 2:1 ARG Tianjin Olympic Sports Center Stadium, att. 23,201 Referee / arbitre : Christine Baitinger (Villa, Mueller, Kamnueng). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 9 Candace Chapman, 10 Martina Franko, 3 Emily Zurrer, 4 Clare Rustad, 8 Diana Matheson (17 Brittany Timko 80’), 6 Sophie Schmidt, 15 Kara Lang, 14 Melissa Tancredi (2 Jodi-Ann Robinson 42’, 16 Jonelle Filigno 83’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 27’ Candace Chapman (right / droit) 1-0 (interception) CAN 72’ Kara Lang (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Wilkinson FK) ARG 85’ Ludmila Manicler (left / gauche) 2-1 (a. Coronel)

1 1 90 1 0 0 0 0

CANADA WNT

McLeod, Erin McNulty, Erin

Beijing 2008 Women’s Olympic Football Tournament Tournoi Olympique de Football Féminine, Péking 2008 Coach / entraîneur Even Pellerud

HALL of FAME

2008 OLYMPIC GAMES


CAN 34’ Christine Sinclair 2-0 (a. Wilkinson) NED 53’ Sylvia Smit 2-1 2009 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2009-03-10 Larnaka, CYP CAN W 2:0 RUS Ammochostos Stadium, att. 25 CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Melanie Booth, 2 Emily Zurrer, 23 Sasha Andrews, 17 Brittany Timko, 19 Kelly Parker (13 Amy Walsh 77’), 6 Kaylyn Kyle (16 Marie-Eve Nault 73’), 8 Diana Matheson, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (red / rouge), 11 Christina Julien (14 Melissa Tancredi HT), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (5 Chelsea Stewart 86’); (subs 21 Leah Robinson 86’, 20 Amy Vermeulen 90’). Penalty miss 1H / manque de pénalité par RUS CAN 70’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 (a. Wilkinson) CAN 82’ Melissa Tancredi 2-0 (interception) Red card / carton rouge 89’ Rhian Wilkinson GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 7 points; NZL 4; NED 3; RUS 3. 2009 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2009-03-12 Nicosia, CYP CAN L 1:3 ENG GSP Stadium, att. 50 CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Melanie Booth, 2 Emily Zurrer, 10 Martina Franko (16 Marie-Eve Nault HT), 17 Brittany Timko, 19 Kelly Parker, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (13 Amy Walsh 59’), 8 Diana Matheson, 5 Chelsea Stewart (23 Sasha Andrews HT), 14 Melissa Tancredi (20 Amy Vermeulen 68’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. Suspended / suspendu : Rhian Wilkinson. CAN 14’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 (a. Tancredi) ENG 32’ Lianne Sanderson 1-1 ENG 40’ Kelly Smith 1-2 ENG 45’ Fara Williams 1-3 2009-05-23 Canada 1:3 USA (3x 30 minutes) Canada goal / but par Rhian Wilkinson Training match, not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international. 2009 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2009-05-25 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 0:4 USA BMO Field, att. 10,255 Referee / arbitre : Darci Kruse (Morisset, Poirier, Chénard). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 17 Brittany Timko (20 Marie-Eve Nault 64’), 9 Candace Chapman (23 Carmelina Moscato 85’), 10 Martina Franko, 3 Melanie Booth (14 Melissa Tancredi HT), 15 Kara Lang, 8 Diana Matheson, 19 Kelly Parker, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 21 Jodi-Ann Robinson (4 Alyssa Lagonia 83’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. USA 2’ Shannon Boxx (right / droit) 0-1 USA 45+1’ Megan Rapinoe (right / droit) 0-2 USA 76’ Lindsay Tarpley (right / droit) 0-3 USA 80’ Lauren Cheney (head / tête) 0-4 (a. O’Reilly) 2009 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2009-07-19 Rochester, NY, USA CAN L 0:1 USA Marina Auto Stadium, att. 8,433 Ref. / arbitre : Margaret Domka (Dziedzic, Magouirk, Montanino). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 9 Candace Chapman, 2 Emily Zurrer, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 89’), 17 Brittany Timko (13 Marie-Eve Nault 58’), 15 Kara Lang (3 Gina Pacheco 80’ début), 8 Diana Matheson, 4 Kelly Parker (14 Carmelina Moscato 85’), 10 Jodi-Ann Robinson (21 Chelsea Stewart HT), 16 Jonelle Filigno (6 Kaylyn Kyle 75’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. USA 78’ Abby Wambach (left / gauche) 0-1 2009 CANADA WNT 2009-07-22 Charleston, SC, USA Sportsnet ; Blackbaud Stadium, att. 4,041

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INTERNATIONAL CAN L 0:1 USA

Ref. / arbitre : Sandra Serafini (Coleman, Johnson, Schechtman). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 5 Robyn Gayle (21 Chelsea Stewart 26’), 2 Emily Zurrer, 9 Candace Chapman, 13 Marie-Eve Nault (13 Shannon Woeller 67’), 4 Kelly Parker (10 Jodi-Ann Robinson 64’), 14 Carmelina Moscato (20 Alyssa Lagonia 80’), 8 Diana Matheson, 15 Kara Lang, 16 Jonelle Filigno (11 Christina Julien 73’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. USA 89’ Christine Nairn (body / corps) 0-1

2010 CANADA WNT 2010 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS Beanlands, Rachelle 0 0 0 Bernier, Justine 0 0 0 Clair, Gurveen 0 0 0 Colpitts, Dayle 0 0 0 D’Angelo, Sabrina 0 0 0 Labbé, Stephanie 4 4 360 2 3 Leblanc, Cynthia 0 0 0 LeBlanc, Karina 12 11 1035 8 8 McLeod, Erin 3 3 225 3 1 2010 CAN WNT Andrews, Sasha Barsalona, Danya Bélanger, Josée Bonnick, Alysha Booth, Melanie Bouchard, Myriam Chapman, Candace Chénard, Laura Filigno, Jonelle Flock, Kendra Gayle, Robyn Iacchelli, Selenia Julien, Christina Kyle, Kaylyn Lagonia, Alyssa Lang, Kara Legault-Cordisco, V. Marton, Lexi Matheson, Diana McCalla, Brooke McCarthy, Bryanna Miskimmin, Caley Moscato, Carmelina Nault, Marie-Eve Pacheco, Gina Parker, Kelly Paul, Sara Pietrangelo, Amélia Raber, Sari Robinson, Jodi-Ann Sansar, Bahar Schmidt, Sophie Scott, Desiree Simpson, Diamond Sinclair, Christine Stewart, Chelsea Tancredi, Melissa Timko, Brittany Walsh, Cindy Wilkinson, Rhian Woeller, Shannon Zurrer, Emily

CWC

1.CWC 3.CWC

MP MS MIN G A CWC 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 744 5g 1a 1.CWC 2 0 36 Début 1 0 28 1 1 90 Début 13 13 1131 1g 1a 3.CWC 3 2 171 Début 5 1 220 4g 2a 1.CWC 2 1 112 1g Début 8 2 245 2.CWC 0 0 0 14 9 754 4g 1a 1.CWC 10 9 745 1a 1.CWC 0 0 0 4 1 128 1g 2a 2.CWC 1 1 86 Début 2 2 177 15 13 1188 5g 2.CWC 5 2 192 Début & 1.CWC 1 1 90 Début 2 1 49 Début 17 14 1254 2.CWC 17 14 1294 1.CWC 0 0 0 6 6 492 1g 1a 0 0 0 2 1 110 Début 6 2 220 6 6 393 2a 0 0 0 7 6 570 2.CWC 10 3 448 Début & 1.CWC 2 1 97 Début 16 15 1387 13g 9a 3.CWC 11 3 370 1.CWC 9 9 679 2g 4a 2.CWC 2 2 72 4 1 145 16 15 1325 3a 2.CWC 2 1 104 12 12 1052 1.CWC


2010 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2010-02-27 Larnaka, CYP CAN W 1:0 ENG Alpha Sports Centre, att .150 Referee / arbitre : Vitulano (Guarino, Caro, Daly). 75th / 75e match international : Rhian Wilkinson. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 9 Candace Chapman (13 Cindy Walsh 71’), 2 Emily Zurrer, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 11 Kelly Parker, 14 Carmelina Moscato, 8 Diana Matheson, 10 Jodi-Ann Robinson (4 Desiree Scott 65’), 15 Christina Julien, 12 Christine Sinclair capt.; (sub Sari Raber 78’). CAN 9’ Christina Julien 1-0 (a. Sinclair) 2010 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2010-03-01 Larnaka, CYP CAN W 2:1 RSA Ammochostos Stadium, att. 50 Referee / arbitre : Daly (Brady, Bakker, Vitulano). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod capt., 5 Robyn Gayle (12 Christine Sinclair HT), 6 Myriam Bouchard début, 13 Cindy Walsh, 20 Marie-Eve Nault (7 Rhian Wilkinson 32’), 3 Caley Miskimmin début (8 Diana Matheson HT), 16 Laura Chénard début (14 Carmelina Moscato 65’), 4 Desiree Scott, 19 Sari Raber, 21 Kendra Flock, 10 Jodi-Ann Robinson (15 Christina Julien 32’). RSA 45+’ Noko Matlou 0-1 CAN 54’ Kendra Flock 1-1 (a. Sinclair) CAN 75’ Christina Julien 2-1 (a. Sinclair) GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 9 points; SUI 4; ENG 4; RSA 0. 2010 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2010-03-03 Nicosia, CYP CAN W 1:0 NZL (FINAL / FINALE) GSP Stadium, att. 200 Referee / arbitre : Vitulano (Guarino, Bakker, Adamkova). 75th / 75e match international : Karina LeBlanc. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 2 Emily Zurrer, 9 Candace Chapman, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 11 Kelly Parker, 14 Carmelina Moscato, 8 Diana Matheson, 15 Christina Julien (19 Sari Raber 90’), 10 Jodi-Ann Robinson (4 Desiree Scott 66’), 12

2010 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2010-06-03 Hamar, NOR CAN D 1:1 NOR Fart Stadium, att. 823 Referee / arbitre : Pernilla Larsson (Karo, Nyström, Karlsen). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 6 Bryanna McCarthy début, 2 Emily Zurrer, 9 Lexi Marton (20 Marie-Eve Nault 87’), 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 11 Kelly Parker, 8 Josée Bélanger (16 Alysha Bonnick 86’), 21 Jodi-Ann Robinson (17 Chelsea Stewart 60’), 10 Christina Julien (12 Brooke McCalla). CAN 69’ Josée Bélanger 1-0 (a. Parker) NOR 75’ Cecilie Pedersen 1-1 2010 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2010-09-15 Dresden, GER CAN L 0:5 GER ARD ; Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion, att. 20,431 Ref. / arbitre : Dagmar Damkova (Rafalski, Storch-Schaefer, Kunick). 100th / 100e match international : Diana Matheson. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (3 Melanie Booth 62’), 2 Emily Zurrer (17 Chelsea Stewart 62’), 9 Candace Chapman (5 Robyn Gayle 86’), 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 8 Diana Matheson, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 11 Kelly Parker (6 Kaylyn Kyle 66’), 13 Josée Bélanger (15 Kara Lang 86’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 14 Melissa Tancredi (10 Christina Julien 75’). GER 2’ Inka Grings 0-1 GER 60’ Fatmire Alushi (née Bajramaj) 0-2 GER 74’ Melanie Behringer 0-3 GER 78’ Melanie Behringer 0-4 GER 85’ Célia Šašić 0-5 2010-09-26 Canada 1:1 China PR Canada goal / but par Diana Matheson Training match, not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international. 2010 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2010-09-30 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 3:1 CHN Sportsnet ; BMO Field, att. 5,427 Referee / arbitre : Darci Kruse (Morisset, Charbonneau, Chénard). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 9 Candace Chapman, 2 Emily Zurrer, 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 8 Diana Matheson (19 Brooke McCalla 85’), 4 Carmelina Moscato (24 Desiree Scott 61’), 6 Kaylyn Kyle (16 Chelsea Stewart 81’), 14 Melissa Tancredi (15 Kara Lang 66’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 13 Josée Bélanger (10 Christina Julien 74’). CAN 23’ Diana Matheson 1-0 (a. Sinclair) CHN 42’ Zhang Na 1-1 CAN 65’ Melissa Tancredi (right / droit) 2-1 (a. Wilkinson) CAN 68’ Christine Sinclair 3-1 (a. Lang)

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CANADA SOCCER

2010 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2010-04-24 Yongchuan, CHN CAN L 0:2 CHN CCTV ; Olympic Sports Center, att. 23,000 CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 8 Vanessa Legault-Cordisco début (3 Caley Miskimmin 86’), 5 Lexi Marton, 9 Candace Chapman, 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 7 Sari Raber, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 17 Chelsea Stewart (13 Sophie Schmidt HT), 14 Melissa Tancredi (16 Alysha Bonnick 58’ début), 19 Brooke McCalla début (2 Shannon Woeller 76’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CHN 17’ Han Duan 0-1 CHN 65’ Bi Yan 0-2

CANADA MNT

2010 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2010-02-24 Larnaka, CYP CAN W 2:1 SUI Ammochostos Stadium, att. 75 Referee / arbitre : Esther Azzopardi (Nyström, Guarino, Dorciomann). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 9 Candace Chapman, 2 Emily Zurrer, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 11 Kelly Parker (13 Cindy Walsh 88’), 14 Carmelina Moscato, 8 Diana Matheson, 10 Jodi-Ann Robinson (19 Sari Raber 80’), 15 Christina Julien (4 Desiree Scott 72’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. SUI 23’ Lara Dickenmann 0-1 CAN 26’ Christine Sinclair (PK) 1-1 CAN 53’ Christina Julien 2-1 (a. Sinclair)

2010-04-21 Canada 1:2 China PR (3x 30 minutes) Canada goal / but par Vanessa Legault-Cordisco Training match, not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international.

FUTSAL - PARA

2010 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2010-02-20 Larnaka, CYP CAN W 3:0 POL Alpha Sports Centre, att. 30 Referee / arbitre : Chrysostdmou Demetris (Michale, Spyros). 100th goal / 100e but international : Christine Sinclair. 133rd / 133e match international : Christine Sinclair record. CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod (1 GK Karina LeBlanc HT), 17 Brittany Timko (20 Marie-Eve Nault 27’), 9 Candace Chapman, 2 Emily Zurrer, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 11 Kelly Parker (21 Kendra Flock 68’ début), 14 Carmelina Moscato (19 Sari Raber 73’), 8 Diana Matheson (13 Amy Walsh 56’), 10 Jodi-Ann Robinson, 15 Christina Julien (5 Robyn Gayle 56’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 25’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 1-0 (interception) CAN 41’ Kelly Parker (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Robinson) CAN 45’ Diana Matheson (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Robinson)

Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 71’ Diana Matheson 1-0 (a. Sinclair)

CANADA WNT

Coach / entraîneure Carolina Morace

HALL of FAME

2010 INTERNATIONALS


2010-10-23 Canada 9:0 Guatemala Canada goals / buts par Christine Sinclair (x2), Emily Zurrer, Kara Lang, GUA own goal, Carmelina Moscato, Christina Julien, Melissa Tancredi (x2) Training match, not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international.

2010 CONCACAF CHAMPIONSHIP 2010 Concacaf Women’s Championship Championnat Féminin de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneure Carolina Morace Champion Canada qualified for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany 2011 / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA, Allemagne 2011 2010 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE 2010-10-29 Cancún, QR, MEX CAN W 1:0 TRI CBC ; Estadio Beto Ávila, att. 250 Referee / arbitre : Kari Seitz (Perez, Monge, Martindale). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 2 Emily Zurrer, 9 Candace Chapman, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Sophie Schmidt (4 Carmelina Moscato 75’), 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 14 Melissa Tancredi (3 Desiree Scott 73’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 11 Josée Bélanger (16 Jonelle Filigno 53’). CAN 63’ Melissa Tancredi (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Wilkinson) 2010 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE 2010-10-31 Cancún, QR, MEX CAN W 8:0 GUY CBC ; Estadio Beto Ávila, att. 482 Referee / arbitre : Sabina Charles-Kirton (Escobar, Pacheco, Seitz). CANADA : 22 GK Stephanie Labbé, 17 Chelsea Stewart, 9 Candace Chapman, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle HT), 3 Desiree Scott, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (19 Brooke McCalla 54’), 10 Christina Julien (16 Jonelle Filigno 39’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 15 Kara Lang. CAN 15’ Christina Julien (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Wilkinson) CAN 34’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 2-0 CAN 47’ Jonelle Filigno (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Lang) CAN 50’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 4-0 (a .Chapman) CAN 63’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 5-0 (a. Filigno) CAN 75’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 6-0 CAN 76’ Jonelle Filigno (left / gauche) 7-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 90’+1 Kara Lang (right / droit) 8-0 (a. Filigno) 2010 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE 2010-11-02 Cancún, QR, MEX CAN W 3:0 MEX CBC ; Estadio Beto Ávila, att. 8,850 Referee / arbitre : Kari Seitz (Perez, Pacheco, Ferreira-James). 75th / 75e match international : Candace Chapman. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 9 Candace Chapman, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (17 Chelsea Stewart 79’), 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Josée Bélanger (3 Desiree Scott 67’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 14 Melissa Tancredi (16 Jonelle Filigno 54’). CAN 20’ Candace Chapman (right / droit) 1-0 (interception) CAN 45’ Josée Bélanger (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 67’ Jonelle Filigno (head / tête) 3-0 (a. Bélanger) GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 9 points; MEX 6; TRI 3; GUY 0. 2010 CANADA WNT SEMI / DEMI 2010-11-05 Cancún, QR, MEX CAN W 4:0 CRC CBC ; Estadio Beto Ávila, att. 2,000 Referee / arbitre : Shane De Silva (Mohamed, Saez, Rivas). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 9 Candace Chapman, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 3 Desiree Scott

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(17 Chelsea Stewart 87’), 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 8 Diana Matheson, 11 Josée Bélanger (10 Christina Julien 70’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 16 Jonelle Filigno (15 Kara Lang 80’). CAN 62’ Josée Bélanger (right / droit) 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 72’ Jonelle Filigno (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Julien) CAN 75’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 3-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 90’+3 CRC own goal / but contre son camp 4-0 (o.g.) Qualified for Germany / qualifié pour l’Allemagne 2011

2010 CANADA WNT FINAL / FINALE 2010-11-08 Cancún, QR, MEX CAN W 1:0 MEX CBC ; Estadio Quintana Roo, att. 16,005 Referee / arbitre : Shane De Silva (Mohamed, Perez, Seitz). 50th / 50e match international : Sophie Schmidt. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 9 Candace Chapman, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 4 Carmelina Moscato (3 Desiree Scott HT), 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 8 Diana Matheson, 11 Josée Bélanger (16 Jonelle Filigno 74’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 14 Melissa Tancredi (10 Christina Julien 83’). Red card / carton rouge 53’ MEX Veronica Perez CAN 54’ Christine Sinclair (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-0 Canada wins gold / Canada gagne la medaille d’or

2010 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneure Carolina Morace 2010 CANADA WNT TORNEIO INTERNACIONAL 2010-12-09 São Paulo, BRA CAN W 5:0 NED Band ; Estádio do Pacaembu, att. 3,397 Referee / arbitre : Edilar Maria Ferreira (de Oliveira, Ferreira). 50th / 50e match international : Melissa Tancredi. CANADA : 22 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 80’), 4 Carmelina Moscato, 2 Emily Zurrer, 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 8 Diana Matheson, 10 Christina Julien (16 Chelsea Stewart 64’), 14 Melissa Tancredi, 11 Josée Bélanger (13 Amélia Pietrangelo 70’ début), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (21 Diamond Simpson 83’ début). CAN 16’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 (a. Kyle) CAN 52’ Josée Bélanger 2-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 55’ Diana Matheson (PK) 3-0 CAN 67’ Diana Matheson 4-0 (a. Tancredi) CAN 74’ Christine Sinclair 5-0 (rebound / rebonde) 2010 CANADA WNT TORNEIO INTERNACIONAL 2010-12-12 São Paulo, BRA CAN W 1:0 MEX Band ; Estádio do Pacaembu, att. 7,681 Referee / arbitre : Ulisses Antonio Zampieri (de Almeida, Pereira). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 2 Emily Zurrer, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (16 Chelsea Stewart 57’), 8 Diana Matheson, 10 Christina Julien, 11 Josée Bélanger (3 Laura Chénard 74’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (5 Robyn Gayle 89’), 14 Melissa Tancredi. CAN 23’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 (a. Tancredi) Record eight consecutive wins / huit victoires consécutives. 2010 CANADA WNT TORNEIO INTERNACIONAL 2010-12-15 São Paulo, BRA CAN D 0:0 BRA Band ; Estádio do Pacaembu, att. 3,986 Referee / arbitre : Wander Escardine (Barbosa, Xavier). CANADA : 22 GK Stephanie Labbé, 17 Brittany Timko (4 Carmelina Moscato HT), 2 Emily Zurrer capt., 15 Shannon Woeller, 5 Robyn Gayle, 3 Laura Chénard, 10 Christina Julien (8 Diana Matheson 78’), 13 Amelia Pietrangelo, 16 Chelsea Stewart, 19 Brooke McCalla (20 Marie-Eve Nault HT), 21 Diamond Simpson. GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 7 points; BRA 7; NED 3; MEX 0.


2011 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A FIFA WWC, PAG Bélanger, Josée 0 0 0 Booth, Melanie 11 3 396 2.PAG Buckland, Chelsea 4 0 96 1g Début Chapman, Candace 19 18 1700 1a 2.FWWC & 2.PAG Chénard, Laura 0 0 0 Exeter, Christine 0 0 0 Filigno, Jonelle 15 15 1155 3g 2a 1.FWWC Gayle, Robyn 16 6 593 1g 2.FWWC & 2.PAG Julien, Christina 20 10 944 4g 1.FWWC & 1.PAG Kelly, Katie 0 0 0 Kyle, Kaylyn 23 21 1531 3g 3a 1.FWWC & 1.PAG Lam-Feist, Monica 0 0 0 Legault-Cordisco, V. 1 0 45 1.PAG Leon, Adriana 0 0 0 Marton, Lexi 1 1 90 Matheson, Diana 21 21 1876 1g 4a 3.FWWC & 2.PAG McCalla, Brooke 2 0 58 McCarthy, Bryanna 2 0 69 Moscato, Carmelina 13 9 696 2.FWWC Mottershead, Alyscha 1 0 17 Début Nault, Marie-Eve 14 11 925 1.FWWC Ouellet, M-L 0 0 0 Parker, Kelly 11 8 884 4a 1.FWWC & 1.PAG Patterson, Taylor 0 0 0 Pietrangelo, Amélia 4 2 181 1g 1.PAG Robinson, Jodi-Ann 9 1 197 1g 2.FWWC Romagnuolo, Tina 1 0 9 Début Sawicki, Jaclyn 1 0 1 Début Schmidt, Sophie 24 21 1944 2.FWWC & 1.PAG Scott, Desiree 22 7 943 1.FWWC & 1.PAG Sesselmann, Lauren 8 7 533 1a Début &1.PAG Setterlund, Nicole 0 0 0 Simpson, Diamond 2 0 14 1.PAG Sinclair, Christine 20 19 1810 8g 4a 3.FWWC & 2.PAG Stewart, Chelsea 8 1 195 1.FWWC Tancredi, Melissa 15 13 1071 3g 2a 2.FWWC Timko, Brittany 8 5 376 1g 1a 3.FWWC Wilkinson, Rhian 22 20 1811 3.FWWC & 3.PAG

Coach / entraîneure Carolina Morace 2011 CANADA WNT 4 NATIONS 2011-01-21 Yongchuan, CHN CAN W 3:2 CHN CCTV ; Olympic Sports Center, att. 10,000 CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod (1 GK Karina LeBlanc HT), 20 MarieEve Nault (5 Robyn Gayle 75’), 2 Emily Zurrer, 9 Candace Chapman, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 4 Carmelina Moscato (13 Sophie Schmidt HT), 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (19 Desiree Scott 82’), 14 Melissa Tancredi, 16 Jonelle Filigno (23 Jodi-Ann Robinson 68’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CHN 19’ You Jia 0-1 CHN 36’ You Jia 0-2 CAN 56’ Melissa Tancredi 1-2 (a. Kyle) CAN 80’ Christine Sinclair 2-2 (a. Tancredi) CAN 90’+4 Christine Sinclair 3-2 (a. Tancredi) Eleven-match unbeaten streak / 11 matchs sans défaite 2011 CANADA WNT 4 NATIONS 2011-01-23 Yongchuan, CHN CAN L 1:2 USA CCTV ; Olympic Sports Center, att. 7,000 Referee / arbitre : He Jin (Fang, Wu, Qin). 150th / 150e match international : Christine Sinclair. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 2 Emily Zurrer, 9 Candace Chapman (4 Carmelina Moscato 65’), 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 13 Sophie Schmidt (19 Desiree Scott 73’), 16 Jonelle Filigno (23 Jodi-Ann Robinson 81’), 14 Melissa Tancredi (10 Christina Julien 67’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. USA 54’ Lauren Cheney 0-1 (a. Tarpley) CAN 56’ Melissa Tancredi 1-1 (a. Kyle) USA 70’ Lindsay Tarpley 1-2 (a. Cheney) 2011 CANADA WNT 4 NATIONS 2011-01-25 Yongchuan, CHN CAN W 1:0 SWE CCTV ; Olympic Sports Center, att. 12,000 CANADA : 22 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 2 Emily Zurrer, 9 Candace Chapman, 5 Robyn Gayle (5 Robyn Gayle HT), 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 16 Jonelle Filigno, 14 Melissa Tancredi, 12 Christine Sinclair. CAN 32’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Zurrer) GROUP / GROUPE : USA 6 points; CAN 6; SWE 3; CHN 3. 2011-02-26 Canada 2:1 Korea Republic Canada goals / buts par Christine Sinclair, Kaylyn Kyle Training match, not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international. 2011 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2011-03-02 Larnaka, CYP CAN W 1:0 SCO Ammochostos Stadium, att. 15 CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 20 Marie-Eve Nault (3 Melanie Booth 82’), 9 Candace Chapman, 2 Emily Zurrer, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 85’), 13 Sophie Schmidt (4 Carmelina Moscato 75’), 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (11 Desiree Scott 56’), 14 Melissa Tancredi (19 Jodi-Ann Robinson 75’), 16 Jonelle Filigno (10 Christina Julien 77’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 70’ Emily Zurrer (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Matheson CK) 2011 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2011-03-04 Nicosia, CYP CAN W 1:0 ITA GSP Stadium, att. 50 Referee / arbitre : Radzik-John (Kourompylia, Løkkeberg, Bastos).

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CANADA MNT

2011 INTERNATIONALS

CANADA SOCCER

1.PAG 1.FWWC

FUTSAL - PARA

2011 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS FIFA WWC, PAG Beanlands, Rachelle 1 1 90 0 1 Début & 1.PAG Bernier, Justine 0 0 0 Clair, Gurveen 0 0 0 Labbé, Stephanie 4 2 256 3 3 1.FWWC LeBlanc, Karina 12 11 975 9 4 4.FWWC, 3.PAG McLeod, Erin 11 10 899 11 5 3.FWWC

5 5 480 18 16 1560 2g 3a

CANADA WNT

2011 CANADA WNT

Woeller, Shannon Zurrer, Emily

HALL of FAME

2010 CANADA WNT TORNEIO INTERNACIONAL 2010-12-19 São Paulo, BRA CAN D 2:2 BRA (FINAL / FINALE) Band ; Estádio do Pacaembu, att. 17,264 Referee / arbitre : Katiucia da Mota Lima (Barbosa, Paiva). CANADA : 22 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 2 Emily Zurrer, 9 Candace Chapman (5 Robyn Gayle 74’), 20 Marie-Eve Nault (red / rouge), 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 11 Josée Bélanger, 14 Melissa Tancredi; (? sub Chelsea Stewart 85’). CAN 43’ Josée Bélanger (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Tancredi) BRA 55’ Marta (left / gauche) 1-1 (interception) Red card / carton rouge 71’ Marie-Eve Nault BRA 72’ Marta (PK left foot / pied gauche) 1-2 CAN 83’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 2-2 (a. Tancredi) Canada win the Torneio Internacional Cidade de São Paulo


CANADA : 22 GK Stephanie Labbé, 20 Marie-Eve Nault (21 Bryanna McCarthy 55’), 9 Candace Chapman, 2 Emily Zurrer, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 9 Diana Matheson, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (11 Desiree Scott HT), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 14 Melissa Tancredi (19 Jodi-Ann Robinson 87’), 16 Jonelle Filigno (10 Christina Julien 86’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 33’ Jonelle Filigno (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Sinclair) 2011 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2011-03-07 Nicosia, CYP CAN W 2:0 ENG GSP Stadium, att. 30 Referee / arbitre : Ausra Kance (Kulcsar, Løkkeberg, Spinelli). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 3 Melanie Booth (20 Marie-Eve Nault 66’), 9 Candace Chapman, 2 Emily Zurrer, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 15 Chelsea Stewart (17 Brittany Timko HT), 4 Carmelina Moscato, 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Sophie Schmidt (6 Kaylyn Kyle 83’), 11 Desiree Scott (5 Robyn Gayle 65’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (10 Christina Julien 86’). CAN 45+’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 (a. Matheson) CAN 55’ Brittany Timko (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Chapman) GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 9 points; SCO 4; ENG 3; ITA 1. 2011 CANADA WNT (120min) CYPRUS CUP 2011-03-09 Paralimni, CYP CAN W 2:1 NED (FINAL / FINALE) Tassos Marcou Stadium, att. 300 Referee / arbitre : Sandra Braz (Bolli, Rocio, Dorcioman). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod INJ (22 GK Stephanie Labbé 89’), 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 9 Candace Chapman, 2 Emily Zurrer, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (11 Desiree Scott 82’), 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Sophie Schmidt (5 Robyn Gayle 111’), 14 Melissa Tancredi (4 Carmelina Moscato 103’), 16 Jonelle Filigno (10 Christina Julien 107’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (15 Chelsea Stewart 119’). CAN 20’ Jonelle Filigno 1-0 (interception) NED 40’ Claudia van den Heiligenberg 1-1 (a. Van de Ven) CAN 99’ Emily Zurrer 2-1 (a. Matheson) 2011 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2011-04-02 Palestrina, ITA CAN L 0:1 SWE Comuna di Palestrina, att. 50 Referee / arbitre : Giovanna Farinelli (De Meo, Di Monte). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 20 Marie-Eve Nault (11 Bryanna McCarthy 56’), 9 Candace Chapman, 2 Emily Zurrer, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (15 Desiree Scott 56’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 14 Melissa Tancredi (10 Christina Julien 85’), 16 Jonelle Filigno (21 Jodi-Ann Robinson 67’). SWE 10’ Charlotte Rohlin 0-1 2011 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2011-05-15 Roma, ITA CAN D 1:1 SUI Mancini Park Hotel, att. 25 CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 2 Emily Zurrer, 4 Carmelina Moscato (9 Candace Chapman HT), 17 Brittany Timko (7 Rhian Wilkinson HT), 13 Sophie Schmidt (21 Brooke McCalla 77’), 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 14 Melissa Tancredi (24 Chelsea Buckland 7’ début, 23 Desiree Scott 55’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 16 Jonelle Filigno (15 Jodi-Ann Robinson 64’). SUI 38’ Caroline Abbé 0-1 (a. Moser) CAN 66’ Kaylyn Kyle 1-1 (a. Sinclair) 2011 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2011-05-18 Niederhasli, SUI CAN W 2:1 SUI Campus Niederhasli, att. 350 Referee / arbitre : Simona Ghisletta (Brem, Keinersdorfer, Strub). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 20 Marie-Eve Nault (19 Chelsea Stewart 63’), 2 Emily Zurrer, 9 Candace Chapman, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 72’), 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (11 Kelly Parker HT), 13 Sophie Schmidt (4 Carmelina Moscato 81’),

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16 Jonelle Filigno (17 Brittany Timko 68’), 10 Christina Julien (23 Desiree Scott 62’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. SUI 10’ Ana Maria Crnogorčević 0-1 CAN 25’ SUI own goal / but contre son camp 1-1 (o.g.) CAN 70’ Christina Julien 2-1 (a. Parker) 2011 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2011-05-28 Roma, ITA CAN W 2:0 NED Mancini Park Hotel, att. 25 Referee / arbitre : Eleonora Caracciolo (Innocenti, Donati). 50th / 50e match international : Carmelina Moscato. CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 5 Robyn Gayle, 2 Emily Zurrer, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 20 Marie-Eve Nault (3 Melanie Booth HT), 8 Diana Matheson capt., 17 Brittany Timko (24 Chelsea Buckland 68’), 13 Sophie Schmidt (19 Chelsea Stewart 65’), 23 Desiree Scott (21 Brooke McCalla HT), 16 Jonelle Filigno (11 Amélia Pietrangelo 76’), 15 Jodi-Ann Robinson (10 Christina Julien 61’). CAN 55’ Jodi-Ann Robinson 1-0 (a. Timko) CAN 63’ Christina Julien 2-0 (a. Filigno) 2011 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2011-06-07 Telki, HUN CAN W 1:0 HUN Globall Sportpark, att. 150 Referee / arbitre : Ester Lusoin (Marsuve, Sreles, Perepocsics). 50th / 50e match international : Melanie Booth, Jodi-Ann Robinson. 100th / 100e match international : Brittany Timko. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 3 Melanie Booth (2 Emily Zurrer HT), 4 Carmelina Moscato, 5 Robyn Gayle, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (19 Chelsea Stewart HT), 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Sophie Schmidt (24 Chelsea Buckland 81’), 10 Christina Julien (15 Jodi-Ann Robinson 58’), 16 Jonelle Filigno, 17 Brittany Timko capt. (23 Desiree Scott 64’). CAN 87’ Diana Matheson 1-0 (a. Filigno) 2011 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2011-06-14 Roma, ITA CAN W 2:0 PRK Mancini Park Hotel, att. 50 Referee / arbitre : Francesca Gori (Mazzarella, Curra). 100th / 100e match international : Rhian Wilkinson. CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 5 Robyn Gayle (20 Marie-Eve Nault HT), 2 Emily Zurrer, 4 Carmelina Moscato (11 Desiree Scott HT), 7 Rhian Wilkinson (19 Chelsea Stewart 73’), 8 Diana Matheson (15 Christina Julien 70’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 16 Jonelle Filigno (14 Melissa Tancredi HT), 17 Brittany Timko (3 Kelly Parker HT), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 3’ Kaylyn Kyle 1-0 (a. Zurrer) CAN 40’ Jonelle Filigno 2-0

2011 FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany 2011 Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA, Allemagne 2011 Coach / entraîneure Carolina Morace Place : 16th / 16e 2011 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2011-06-26 Berlin, GER CAN L 1:2 GER CBC, SRC ; Olympiastadion Berlin, att. 73,680 Referee / arbitre : Jacqui Melksham (Flynn, Ho, Fukano). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 20 Rhian Wilkinson, 2 Emily Zurrer, 9 Candace Chapman, 7 Marie-Eve Nault (5 Robyn Gayle HT), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (3 Kelly Parker HT), 8 Diana Matheson, 14 Melissa Tancredi (17 Brittany Timko 80’), 16 Jonelle Filigno, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. GER 10’ Kerstin Garefrekes (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Peter CK) GER 42’ Célia Šašić (right / droit) 0-2 CAN 82’ Christine Sinclair (FK right foot / pied droit) 1-2


Coach / entraîneur John Herdman 2011 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2011-09-17 Kansas City, KS, USA CAN D 1:1 USA Fox ; LIVESTRONG Sporting Park, att. 16,191 Referee / arbitre : Margaret Domka (Duffy, Johnson, Freemoh). CANADA : 22 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 68’), 2 Emily Zurrer, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 16 Lauren Sesselmann début, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (11 Desiree Scott 69’), 8 Diana Matheson capt., 13 Sophie Schmidt, 10 Christina Julien (19 Chelsea Stewart 68’), 14 Melissa Tancredi (3 Melanie Booth 76’), 15 Kelly Parker (12 Jaclyn Sawicki 90’ début). USA 10’ Abby Wambach (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-1 CAN 42’ Melissa Tancredi (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Parker) 2011 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2011-09-22 Portland, OR, USA CAN L 0:3 USA ESPN ; JELD-WEN Field, att. 18,570 Referee / arbitre : Christina Ibanez (Perez, Hanson, Wilkens). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc (21 Stephanie Labbé HT), 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 72’), 4 Carmelina Moscato, 17 Lexi Marton, 16 Lauren Sesselmann (3 Melanie Booth 75’), 6 Kaylyn Kyle (11 Desiree Scott 55’), 8 Diana Matheson capt. (9 Tina Romagnuolo 81’ début), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 15 Kelly Parker, 10 Christina Julien, 14 Melissa Tancredi (20 Diamond Simpson 89’). USA 63’ Abby Wambach (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. O’Hara) USA 70’ Abby Wambach (head / tête) 0-2 (a. O’Hara) USA 90’+2 Alex Morgan (left / gauche) 0-3

2011 PAN AMERICAN GAMES

2011 CANADA WNT SEMI / DEMI 2011-10-25 Guadalajara, JA, MEX CAN W 2:1 COL Terra Deportes ; Estadio Omnilife, att. 1,000 Ref. / arbitre : Jessica Salome Di Iorio (Rocco, Salazar, De Silva). 50th / 50e match international : Robyn Gayle. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 58’), 15 Shannon Woeller, 9 Candace Chapman, 14 Lauren Sesselmann, 2 Kelly Parker, 8 Diana Matheson, 10 Christina Julien (3 Melanie Booth 90’), 11 Desiree Scott (6 Kaylyn Kyle HT), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 13 Sophie Schmidt. CAN 48’ Kaylyn Kyle (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Sinclair) COL 81’ Catalina Usme 1-1 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 88’ Robyn Gayle (right / droit) 2-1 (a. Sesselmann) 2011 CANADA WNT (120min) FINAL / FINALE 2011-10-27 Guadalajara, JA, MEX CAN D 1:1 BRA Terra Deportes ; Estadio Omnilife, att. 10,000 Ref. / arbitre : Dianne Ferreira-James (Venegas, Munoz, Chavez). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 5 Robyn Gayle (7 Rhian Wilkinson 80’), 9 Candace Chapman, 15 Shannon Woeller, 14 Lauren Sesselmann (3 Melanie Booth 77’), 2 Kelly Parker, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (13 Sophie Schmidt 65’), 8 Diana Matheson, 10 Christina Julien, 11 Desiree Scott, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. BRA 4’ Débinha 0-1 CAN 87’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Matheson CK) Canada wins 4-3 on kicks / le Canada gagne 4-3 aux tirs Canada won gold / le Canada gagne la medaille d’or

Pan American Games / Jeux panaméricains, Guadalajara 2011 Coach / entraîneur John Herdman Champion

2011 INTERNATIONALS

2011 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2011-10-18 Guadalajara, JA, MEX CAN W 3:1 CRC Terra Deportes ; Estadio Omnilife, att. 4,000 Referee / arbitre : Shane De Silva (Mohamed, Salazar, Rivas).

2011 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2011-11-22 Phoenix, AZ, USA CAN W 2:1 SWE Grand Canyon University Soccer Field, att. 50

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2011 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2011-10-22 Guadalajara, JA, MEX CAN D 0:0 BRA Terra Deportes ; Estadio Omnilife, att. 10,000 Referee / arbitre : Irasema Aguilera (Munoz, Chavez, Venegas). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 9 Candace Chapman, 15 Shannon Woeller, 14 Lauren Sesselmann, 2 Kelly Parker, 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 8 Diana Matheson capt. (13 Sophie Schmidt HT), 10 Christina Julien (12 Christine Sinclair HT), 11 Desiree Scott, 17 Amélia Pietrangelo (16 Diamond Simpson 77’). GROUP / GROUPE : BRA 7 points; CAN 7; CRC 1; ARG 1.

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2011 INTERNATIONALS

2011 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2011-10-20 Guadalajara, JA, MEX CAN W 1:0 ARG Terra Deportes ; Estadio Omnilife, att. 4,000 Referee / arbitre : Yesli Rivas (Pacheco, Moreira, De Silva). CANADA : 18 GK Rachelle Beanlands, 3 Melanie Booth (14 Lauren Sesselmann 85’), 9 Candace Chapman, 15 Shannon Woeller, 5 Robyn Gayle (4 Vanessa Legault-Cordisco HT), 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 2 Kelly Parker, 10 Christina Julien, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 17 Amélia Pietrangelo (11 Desiree Scott 66’). CAN 47’ Christina Julien 1-0 (a. Sinclair)

CANADA WNT

2011 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2011-07-05 Dresden, GER CAN L 0:1 NGA CBC, SRC ; Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion Dresden, att. 13,638 Referee / arbitre : Kirsi Heikkinen (Paavola, Jokela, Damkova). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 2 Emily Zurrer, 9 Candace Chapman, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (11 Desiree Scott 78’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 8 Diana Matheson, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 14 Melissa Tancredi (10 Jodi-Ann Robinson 84’), 16 Jonelle Filigno (15 Christina Julien 56’). NGA 73’ Perpetua Nkwocha (right / droit) 0-1 GROUP / GROUPE : GER 9 points; FRA 6; NGA 3; CAN 0.

CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 14 Lauren Sesselmann (3 Melanie Booth 61’), 15 Shannon Woeller, 9 Candace Chapman, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 2 Kelly Parker, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (17 Amélia Pietrangelo 66’), 10 Christina Julien, 11 Desiree Scott (5 Robyn Gayle 73’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 13 Sophie Schmidt. CRC 28’ Shirley Cruz (PK) 0-1 CAN 30’ Christina Julien 1-1 (a .Parker) CAN 51’ Christine Sinclair 2-1 (a. Kyle) CAN 82’ Amelia Pietrangelo 3-1 (a. Parker)

HALL of FAME

2011 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2011-06-30 Bochum, GER CAN L 0:4 FRA CBC, SRC ; Stadion Bochum, att. 16,591 Referee / arbitre : Etsuko Fukamo (Takahashi, Zhang, Monzul). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 2 Emily Zurrer, 9 Candace Chapman, 17 Brittany Timko (19 Chelsea Stewart 77’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (11 Desiree Scott 60’), 8 Diana Matheson, 15 Christina Julien (14 Melissa Tancredi 60’), 16 Jonelle Filigno, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. FRA 24’ Gaëtane Thiney (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Bussaglia) FRA 60’ Gaëtane Thiney (right / droit) 0-2 FRA 66’ Camille Abily (head / tête) 0-3 (a. Soubeyrand CK) FRA 83’ Élodie Thomis (left / gauche) 0-4 (a. Necib)


Referee / arbitre : Paul Nothman (Rockwell, Curiel, Stewart). 50th / 50e match international : Emily Zurrer. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc (18 GK Erin McLeod HT), 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 9 Candace Chapman, 4 Carmelina Moscato (2 Emily Zurrer HT), 16 Lauren Sesselmann (3 Melanie Booth HT), 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 11 Desiree Scott (17 Alyscha Mottershead 73’ début), 13 Sophie Schmidt (23 Chelsea Buckland 73’), 15 Kelly Parker, 14 Melissa Tancredi (10 Christina Julien 63’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. SWE 44’ Jessica Landström (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Dahlkvist) CAN 75’ Chelsea Buckland (right / droit) 1-1 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 90’+1’ Christine Sinclair (body / corps) 2-1 (a. Zurrer)

2012 CANADA WNT 2012 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS D’Angelo, Sabrina 0 0 0 Labbé, Stephanie 1 1 90 1 0 LeBlanc, Karina 8 8 720 6 3 McLeod, Erin 13 13 1200 19 6 2012 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A Booth, Melanie 7 3 259 1a Buchanan, Kadeisha 0 0 0 Buckland, Chelsea 9 2 265 1a Cameron, Tiffany 0 0 0 Chapman, Candace 17 15 1357 1a Clarke, Summer 0 0 0 Filigno, Jonelle 8 4 337 1g Gayle, Robyn 13 5 522 1g Julien, Christina 10 8 652 1g 1a Kyle, Kaylyn 22 9 1046 1g Lagonia, Alyssa 0 0 0 Lawrence, Ashley 0 0 0 Leon, Adriana 0 0 0 Marton, Lexi 0 0 0 Matheson, Diana 11 11 1009 2g 2a McCalla, Brooke 0 0 0 McCarthy, Bryanna 1 1 57 Moscato, Carmelina 15 13 1274 Mottershead, Alyscha 1 1 90 Nault, Marie-Eve 8 4 431 Oduro, Christabel 0 0 0 Parker, Kelly 17 11 938 2g 2a Pietrangelo, Amelia 0 0 0 Premji, Ranee 0 0 0 Prince, Nichelle 0 0 0 Richardson, Jenna 0 0 0 Robinson, Jodi-Ann 0 0 0 Schmidt, Sophie 22 20 1732 4g 7a Scott, Desiree 21 21 1900 Sesselmann, Lauren 18 17 1353 2a Sinclair, Christine 22 22 1950 23g 6a Stewart, Chelsea 14 2 395 Tancredi, Melissa 21 18 1648 8g 5a Timko, Brittany 15 5 442 Wilkinson, Rhian 21 18 1556 6a Woeller, Shannon 7 6 572 1a Zadorsky, Shelina 0 0 0 Zurrer, Emily 5 4 315 1g

OQ, OLY 3.OQ & 2.OLY 3.OQ & 2.OLY OQ, OLY 2.OQ & 1.OLY 1.OQ 2.OQ & 2.OLY 2.OLY 2.OQ & 2.OLY 1.OQ 1.OQ & 1.OLY

2.OLY 2.OQ & 1.OLY 1.OQ 1.OLY 1.OQ & 1.OLY

2.OQ & 2.OLY 1.OQ & 1.OLY 1.OQ & 1.OLY 3.OQ & 2.OLY 1.OQ & 1.OLY 3.OQ & 2.OLY 3.OQ & 2.OLY 3.OQ & 2.OLY 1.OQ 2.OLY

2012 CONCACAF OLYMPIC QUAL. 2012 Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Qualification olympique féminine de la Concacaf

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Coach / entraîneur John Herdman 2nd / 2e Top Scorer / meilleure buteuse : Christine Sinclair Canada qualified for the London 2012 Women’s Olympic Football Tournament / Le Canada se qualifie pour le Tournoi Olympique de Football Féminine, Londres 2012 2012 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2012-01-19 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN W 6:0 HAI Sportsnet ; BC Place Stadium, att. 7,627 Referee / arbitre : Kari Seitz (Duffy, Pacheco, Martindale). 75th / 75e match international : Sophie Schmidt. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 2 Shannon Woeller, 9 Candace Chapman, 16 Lauren Sesselmann (19 Chelsea Stewart HT), 13 Sophie Schmidt (6 Kaylyn Kyle 52’), 11 Desiree Scott, 15 Kelly Parker, 10 Christina Julien, 14 Melissa Tancredi (20 Chelsea Buckland 62’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 7’ Christina Julien (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 25’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Wilkinson) CAN 44’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 3-0 (a. Julien) CAN 55’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 4-0 (a. Tancredi) CAN 86’ Christine Sinclair (PK right foot / pied droit) 5-0 CAN 90+’ Kelly Parker (right / droit) 6-0 (rebound / rebonde) 2012 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2012-01-21 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN W 2:0 CUB Sportsnet ; BC Place Stadium, att. 12,417 Referee / arbitre : Gillian Martindale (Leonardo, Chavez, Alvarado). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 5 Robyn Gayle, 2 Shannon Woeller, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 3 Melanie Booth (19 Chelsea Stewart 58’), 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 8 Alyscha Mottershead, 17 Brittany Timko, 20 Chelsea Buckland (15 Kelly Parker 61’), 14 Melissa Tancredi, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (13 Sophie Schmidt HT). CAN 17’ Christine Sinclair (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-0 CAN 25’ Melissa Tancredi (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Sinclair) 2012 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2012-01-23 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN W 5:1 CRC Sportsnet ; BC Place Stadium, att. 8,105 Referee / arbitre : Kari Seitz (Duffy, Chavez, Domka). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle HT), 9 Candace Chapman, 2 Shannon Woeller, 3 Melanie Booth, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (20 Chelsea Buckland HT), 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt (17 Brittany Timko 60’), 15 Kelly Parker, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 10 Christina Julien. CAN 6’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Booth) CAN 10’ Sophie Schmidt (left / gauche) 2-0 CAN 19’ Kaylyn Kyle (head / tête) 3-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 45’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Wilkinson) CAN 50’ CRC own goal / but contre son camp 5-0 (o.g. Ugalde) CRC 89’ Maria Fernanda Barrantes (right / droit) 5-1 (a. Rodriguez) GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 9 points; CRC 6; HAI 3; CUB 0. 2012 CANADA WNT SEMI / DEMI 2012-01-27 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN W 3:1 MEX Sportsnet ; BC Place Stadium, att. 22,954 Ref. / arbitre : Dianne Ferreira-James (Greyson, Leonardo, Samuels). 100th / 100e match international : Candace Chapman. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 9 Candace Chapman, 2 Shannon Woeller, 16 Lauren Sesselmann (3 Melanie Booth 63’), 11 Desiree Scott, 15 Kelly Parker, 13 Sophie Schmidt (17 Brittany Timko 75’), 14 Melissa Tancredi, 10 Christina Julien (6 Kaylyn Kyle 56’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 15’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Tancredi) CAN 23’ Melissa Tancredi (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Parker) MEX 67’ Veronica Pérez (right / droit) 2-1 CAN 76’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 3-1 (a. Tancredi) Ten-match unbeaten streak / 10 matchs sans défaite Qualified for London / qualifié pour le Londres 2012


2012 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2012-03-01 Nicosia, CYP CAN W 2:1 ITA GSP Stadium, att. 30 50th / 50e match international : Kaylyn Kyle. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 72), 22 Shannon Woeller, 9 Candace Chapman, 8 Bryanna McCarthy (19 Chelsea Stewart 57’), 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 15 Kelly Parker (6 Kaylyn Kyle 82’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 10 Christina Julien (17 Brittany Timko 66’), 14 Melissa Tancredi (20 Chelsea Buckland 79’). CAN 43’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 (a. Woeller) ITA 46’ Sandy Iannella 1-1 CAN 90’+1 Robyn Gayle (right / droit) 2-1 (a. Buckland) 2012 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2012-03-04 Larnaka, CYP CAN W 1:0 NED Ammochostos Stadium, att. 50 CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 9 Candace Chapman, 2 Emily Zurrer, 16 Lauren Sesselmann (19 Chelsea Stewart 73’), 11 Desiree Scott, 15 Kelly Parker (6 Kaylyn Kyle 62’), 17 Brittany Timko (13 Sophie Schmidt 53’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 20 Chelsea Buckland (10 Christina Julien 53’), 14 Melissa Tancredi. CAN 84’ Emily Zurrer (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Schmidt FK) GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 9 points; ITA 3; NED 3; SCO 3. 2012 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2012-03-06 Larnaka, CYP CAN L 0:2 FRA (FINAL / FINALE) GSZ Stadium, att. 200 75th / 75e match international : Melissa Tancredi. CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 9 Candace

2012 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2012-03-31 Malmö, SWE CAN L 1:3 SWE TV4 ; Malmö Stadion, att. 2,073 Ref. / arbitre : Christiana Pedersen (Larsen, Løkkeberg, Olsson). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (3 Melanie Booth 63’), 9 Candace Chapman, 16 Lauren Sesselmann (8 Shannon Woeller 58’), 19 Chelsea Stewart (5 Robyn Gayle 63’), 11 Desiree Scott, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (20 Chelsea Buckland 69’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 15 Kelly Parker, 14 Melissa Tancredi (17 Brittany Timko 63’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. SWE 7’ Caroline Seger 0-1 SWE 53’ Lotta Schelin 0-2 (a. Jakobsson) SWE 78’ Kosovare Asllani 0-3 (a. Seger) CAN 87’ Sophie Schmidt 1-3 (a. Julien) 2012 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2012-05-30 Moncton, NB, CAN CAN W 1:0 CHN Sportsnet ; Stade Moncton 2010 Stadium, att. 7,514 Referee / arbitre : Michelle Pye (Charbonneau, Morisset, Dickson). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 5 Robyn Gayle (7 Rhian Wilkinson HT), 9 Candace Chapman (2 Emily Zurrer HT), 4 Carmelina Moscato, 19 Chelsea Stewart (20 Marie-Eve Nault 58’), 11 Desiree Scott, 8 Diana Matheson, 15 Kelly Parker (6 Kaylyn Kyle HT), 13 Sophie Schmidt (13 Sophie Schmidt 74’), 17 Brittany Timko (14 Melissa Tancredi HT), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 90’+3 Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Matheson) 2012 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2012-06-30 Sandy, UT, USA CAN L 1:2 USA NBC, Sportsnet ; Rio Tinto Stadium, att. 16,805 Referee / arbitre : Kari Seitz (Perez, Duffy, Domka). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 71’), 4 Carmelina Moscato, 2 Emily Zurrer (9 Candace Chapman HT), 22 Lauren Sesselmann (20 Marie-Eve Nault 86’), 11 Desiree Scott (19 Chelsea Stewart 86’), 13 Sophie Schmidt (16 Jonelle Filigno 65’), 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 8 Diana Matheson, 17 Brittany Timko (14 Melissa Tancredi HT), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. USA 15’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-1 (o.g. Moscato) CAN 57’ Melissa Tancredi (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Sinclair) USA 85’ Amy Rodriguez (left / gauche) 1-2 2012 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2012-07-09 Vevey, SUI CAN W 1:0 COL Stade de Copet, att. 50 Referee / arbitre : Esther Staubli (Brem, Keinersdorfer, Strub).

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2012 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2012-02-28 Larnaka, CYP CAN W 5:1 SCO GSZ Stadium, att. 25 CANADA : 21 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 9 Candace Chapman, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 3 Melanie Booth (16 Lauren Sesselmann HT), 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt (6 Kaylyn Kyle 77’), 15 Kelly Parker (17 Brittany Timko 66’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 10 Christina Julien (20 Chelsea Buckland 77’), 14 Melissa Tancredi. CAN 6’ Kelly Parker 1-0 (a. Wilkinson) SCO 13’ Jane Ross 1-1 (interception) CAN 36’ Sophie Schmidt 2-1 (a. Wilkinson) CAN 51’ Sophie Schmidt 3-1 (a. Sinclair) CAN 59’ Christine Sinclair 4-1 (interception) CAN 64’ Melissa Tancredi 5-1 (a. Parker)

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Coach / entraîneur John Herdman

2012 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2012-03-24 Foxborough, MA, USA CAN W 2:1 BRA Gillette Stadium, att. 3,000 Referee / arbitre : Kari Seitz (Perez, Buse, Hackett). 100th / 100e match international : Karina LeBlanc. CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc capt., 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 63’), 9 Candace Chapman, 2 Emily Zurrer (4 Carmelina Moscato HT), 16 Lauren Sesselmann (20 Marie-Eve Nault 71’), 11 Desiree Scott, 15 Kelly Parker (6 Kaylyn Kyle HT), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 10 Christina Julien (3 Melanie Booth 88’), 12 Christine Sinclair, 14 Melissa Tancredi. CAN 12’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Chapman) CAN 78’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Schmidt) BRA 87’ Gabriella Demoiser (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-1

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2012 INTERNATIONALS

Chapman, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 16 Lauren Sesselmann (19 Chelsea Stewart 60’), 11 Desiree Scott, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (17 Brittany Timko 87’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 14 Melissa Tancredi (20 Chelsea Buckland 73’), 10 Christina Julien (15 Kelly Parker HT). FRA 31’ Marie-Laure Delie (right / droit) 0-1 (Necib) FRA 62’ Louisa Necib (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-2

HALL of FAME

2012 CANADA WNT FINAL / FINALE 2012-01-29 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN L 0:4 USA Sportsnet ; BC Place Stadium, att. 25,427 Referee / arbitre : Quetzalli Alvarado (Perello, Moreira, Martindale). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 5 Robyn Gayle (7 Rhian Wilkinson 54’), 9 Candace Chapman, 2 Shannon Woeller, 16 Lauren Sesselmann, 13 Sophie Schmidt (4 Carmelina Moscato 61’), 15 Kelly Parker, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (14 Melissa Tancredi HT), 11 Desiree Scott, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 10 Christina Julien. USA 4’ Alex Morgan (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Wambach) USA 24’ Abby Wambach (head / tête) 0-2 (a. Morgan) USA 28’ Abby Wambach (right / droit) 0-3 (a. Morgan) USA 56’ Alex Morgan (left / gauche) 0-4 Canada won Concacaf silver / Canada gagne la medaille d’argent


75th / 75e match international : Erin McLeod. CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 70’), 9 Candace Chapman, 2 Emily Zurrer, 22 Lauren Sesselmann (19 Chelsea Stewart 70’), 8 Diana Matheson, 11 Desiree Scott (20 Marie-Eve Nault 74’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 17 Brittany Timko (6 Kaylyn Kyle 57’), 14 Melissa Tancredi (16 Jonelle Filigno 70’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 31’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 (a. Sesselmann) 2012 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2012-07-14 Châtel-Saint-Denis, SUI CAN W 2:0 NZL EuroWorld ; Stade de Lussy, att. 1,500 Referee / arbitre : Vojislav Mijic (Comtesse, Dos Santos, Mendez). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 58’), 9 Candace Chapman, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 22 Lauren Sesselmann (19 Chelsea Stewart 62’), 6 Kaylyn Kyle (15 Kelly Parker 62’), 8 Diana Matheson (17 Brittany Timko 79’), 11 Desiree Scott, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (10 Christina Julien 77’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 14 Melissa Tancredi (16 Jonelle Filigno 72’). CAN 30’ Diana Matheson 1-0 (a. Schmidt) CAN 48’ Christine Sinclair 2-0 (a. Schmidt) 2012 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2012-07-17 Savièse, SUI CAN L 1:2 BRA EuroWorld ; Stade St-Germain, att. 2,000 Referee / arbitre : Simona Ghisletta (Bolli, Kung, Stricker). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 5 Robyn Gayle (7 Rhian Wilkinson 58’), 9 Candace Chapman, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 22 Lauren Sesselmann (3 Melanie Booth 80’), 8 Diana Matheson, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 14 Melissa Tancredi, 15 Kelly Parker (6 Kaylyn Kyle 58’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. BRA 43’ Formiga 0-1 (a. Marta) CAN 90’+2 Christine Sinclair 1-1 (interception) BRA 90’+3 Grazielle 1-2 (a. Marta)

2012 OLYMPIC GAMES London 2012 Women’s Olympic Football Tournament Tournoi Olympique de Football Féminine, Londres 2012 Coach / entraîneur John Herdman Top Scorer / meilleure buteuse : Christine Sinclair

Bronze

2012 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE F 2012-07-25 Coventry, ENG CAN L 1:2 JPN CTV, TSN, RDS ; City of Coventry Stadium, att. 18,290 Referee / arbitre : Kirsi Heikkinen (Jokela, Paavola, Mitsi). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 71’), 9 Candace Chapman, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 10 Lauren Sesselmann (3 Chelsea Stewart 70’), 6 Kaylyn Kyle (15 Kelly Parker 76’), 8 Diana Matheson, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 14 Melissa Tancredi, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. JPN 33’ Nahomi Kawasumi (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Ohno) JPN 44’ Aya Miyama (head / tête) 0-2 (a. Sameshima) CAN 55’ Melissa Tancredi (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Wilkinson) 2012 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE F 2012-07-28 Coventry, ENG CAN W 3:0 RSA CTV, TSN, RDS ; City of Coventry Stadium, att. 14,753 Referee / arbitre : Christiana Pedersen (Steinlund, Rojc, Heikkinen). CANADA : 1 GK Karina LeBlanc, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 5 Robyn Gayle (3 Chelsea Stewart 68’), 4 Carmelina Moscato, 10 Lauren Sesselmann, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (16 Jonelle Filigno 74’), 8 Diana Matheson, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 14 Melissa Tancredi (17 Brittany Timko 87’). CAN 7’ Melissa Tancredi (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Matheson) CAN 57’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Sesselmann) CAN 86’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Schmidt)

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2012 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE F 2012-07-31 Newcastle, ENG CAN D 2:2 SWE CTV, TSN, RDS ; St. James’ Park, att. 12,719 Referee / arbitre : Hong Eun Ah (Ho, Kim, Neguel). 50th / 50e match international : Marie-Eve Nault, Desiree Scott. CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 10 Lauren Sesselmann, 20 Marie-Eve Nault (3 Chelsea Stewart 86’), 8 Diana Matheson, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt (15 Kelly Parker 88’), 14 Melissa Tancredi, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 16 Jonelle Filigno (6 Kaylyn Kyle 75’). SWE 14’ Marie Hammarström (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Nilsson) SWE 16’ Sofia Jakobsson (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Hammarstrom) CAN 43’ Melissa Tancredi (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Wilkinson) CAN 84’ Melissa Tancredi (head / tête) 2-2 (a. Sinclair) GROUP / GROUPE : SWE 5 points; JPN 5; CAN 4; RSA 1. 2012 CANADA WNT QUARTER / QUART 2012-08-03 Coventry, ENG CAN W 2:0 GBR CTV, TSN, RDS ; City of Coventry Stadium, att. 28,828 Ref. / arbitre : Sachiko Yamagishi (Takahashi, Shamsuri, Steinhaus). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 10 Lauren Sesselmann, 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 8 Diana Matheson, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt (15 Kelly Parker 78’), 14 Melissa Tancredi, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (17 Brittany Timko 88’), 16 Jonelle Filigno (6 Kaylyn Kyle 61’). CAN 12’ Jonelle Filigno (right / droit) 1-0 (a Schmidt CK) CAN 26’ Christine Sinclair (FK right foot / pied droit) 2-0 2012 CANADA WNT (120min) SEMI / DEMI 2012-08-06 Manchester, ENG CAN L 3:4 USA CTV, TSN, RDS ; Old Trafford, att. 26,630 Referee / arbitre : Christiana Pedersen (Steinlund, Rojc, Hong). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 10 Lauren Sesselmann, 20 Marie-Eve Nault (3 Chelsea Stewart 101’), 8 Diana Matheson, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 14 Melissa Tancredi, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 16 Jonelle Filigno (6 Kaylyn Kyle 67’). CAN 22’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Tancredi) USA 54’ Megan Rapinoe (CK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 CAN 67’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 2-1 (a. Tancredi) USA 70’ Megan Rapinoe (right / droit) 2-2 (a. Heath) CAN 73’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 3-2 (a. Schmidt CK) USA 80’ Abby Wambach (PK right foot / pied droit) 3-3 USA 120+3’ Alex Morgan (head / tête) 3-4 (a. O’Reilly) 2012 CANADA WNT MATCH 3-4 2012-08-09 Coventry, ENG CAN W 1:0 FRA CTV, TSN, RDS ; City of Coventry Stadium, att. 12,465 Referee / arbitre : Jenny Palmqvist (Nystrom, Karo, Alvarado). 50th / 50e match international : Jonelle Filigno. CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 10 Lauren Sesselmann, 20 Marie-Eve Nault (9 Candace Chapman 83’), 8 Diana Matheson, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 14 Melissa Tancredi (17 Brittany Timko 77’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 16 Jonelle Filigno (6 Kaylyn Kyle 55’). CAN 90’+2 Diana Matheson (right / droit) 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) Canada won Olympic bronze / Canada gagne la medaille bronze.

2013 CANADA WNT 2013 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS Labbé, Stephanie 3 1 180 1 2 LeBlanc, Karina 4 3 270 4 2 McLeod, Erin 13 13 1080 7 8

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2013 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur John Herdman 2013 CANADA WNT 4 NATIONS 2013-01-12 Yongchuan, CHN CAN W 1:0 CHN CCTV ; Olympic Sports Center, att. 16,802 Referee / arbitre : Wang Zhe (Wu, Tong). Suspended / suspendu : Christine Sinclair. CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 80’), 14 Kadeisha Buchanan début, 16 Lauren Sesselmann, 3 Bryanna McCarthy (19 Chelsea Stewart 60’), 11 Desiree Scott (6 Kaylyn Kyle 67’), 13 Sophie Schmidt (15 Ashley Lawrence 88’ début), 8 Diana Matheson capt., 10 Christabel Oduro début (17 Nichelle Prince 80’ début), 9 Adriana Leon début, 20 Jodi-Ann Robinson (22 Tiffany Cameron 60’ début). CAN 75’ Adriana Leon 1-0 (interception) 2013 CANADA WNT 4 NATIONS 2013-01-14 Yongchuan, CHN CAN L 1:3 KOR Olympic Sports Center, att. 1,000 Referee / arbitre : Fu Ming (Bao, Wu, Tong). Suspended / suspendu : Christine Sinclair. CANADA : 21 GK Karina LeBlanc, 5 Robyn Gayle (7 Rhian Wilkinson 63’), 2 Emily Zurrer, 4 Shelina Zadorsky début (14 Kadeisha Buchanan 63’), 19 Chelsea Stewart, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (6 Desiree Scott 57’), 8 Diana Matheson capt., 13 Sophie Schmidt (22 Tiffany Cameron 62’), 20 Jodi-Ann Robinson (15 Ashley Lawrence 57’), 10

2013-03-03 Canada v Korea Republic Training match, not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international. 2013 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2013-03-06 Larnaka, CYP CAN W 2:0 SUI GSZ Stadium, att. 50 Referee / arbitre : Christina Husballe (Rasmussen, Madse, Lukas). 100th / 100e match international : Sophie Schmidt. CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 86’), 4 Carmelina Moscato, 14 Kadeisha Buchanan (2 Emily Zurrer 73’), 19 Chelsea Stewart (3 Melanie Booth 73’), 11 Desiree Scott (6 Kaylyn Kyle HT), 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Sophie Schmidt capt. (22 Ashley Lawrence 86’), 9 Christabel Oduro (10 Christina Julien 63’), 16 Jonelle Filigno, 15 Adriana Leon. Suspended / suspendu : Christine Sinclair. CAN 2’ Sophie Schmidt (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Matheson) CAN 79’ Diana Matheson (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Schmidt) 2013 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2013-03-08 Nicosia, CYP CAN W 2:1 FIN GSP Stadium, att. 50 Referee / arbitre : Kristina Husballe (Rasmussen, Xenia, Loizos). 50th / 50e match international : Christina Julien. CANADA : GK Karina LeBlanc (GK Stephanie Labbé HT), 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 14 Kadeisha Buchanan (2 Emily Zurrer 84’), 4 Carmelina Moscato, 20 Lauren Sesselmann (3 Melanie Booth 76’), 6 Kaylyn Kyle (11 Desiree Scott HT), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 8 Diana Matheson, 15 Adriana Leon (10 Christina Julien 71’), 16 Jonelle Filigno (17 Brittany Timko 61’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. FIN 5’ Emmi Alanen (right / droit) 0-1 (interception) CAN 30’ Jonelle Filigno (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Schmidt) CAN 37’ Christine Sinclair (PK right / droit) 1-2 2013 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2013-03-11 Nicosia, CYP CAN W 1:0 NED GSP Stadium, att. 50 Ref. / arbitre : Deiree Grundbacher (Schmid, Karagiorgi, Renos). CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 5 Robyn Gayle, 4 Carmelina Moscato (14 Kadeisha Buchanan HT), 2 Emily Zurrer, 19 Chelsea Stewart, 11 Desiree Scott (13 Sophie Schmidt HT, 17 Brittany Timko 79’), 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 8 Diana Matheson (22 Ashley Lawrence 75’), 15 Adriana Leon (10 Christina Julien 57’), 16 Jonelle Filigno (9 Christabel Oduro 67’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. Penalty save 15’ / arrête par GK Erin McLeod CAN 43’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Filigno) GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 9 points; SUI 4; NED 2; FIN 1.

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2013 CANADA WNT 4 NATIONS 2013-01-16 Yongchuan, CHN CAN D 0:0 NOR Olympic Sports Center, att. 1,000 Referee / arbitre : Wang Zhe. Suspended / suspendu : Christine Sinclair. CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 77’), 2 Emily Zurrer, 14 Kadeisha Buchanan, 16 Lauren Sesselmann (3 Bryanna McCarthy 62’), 11 Desiree Scott (15 Ashley Lawrence 75’), 8 Diana Matheson capt., 13 Sophie Schmidt (22 Tiffany Cameron 62’), 10 Christabel Oduro, 20 Jodi-Ann Robinson (6 Kaylyn Kyle 40’), 4 Adriana Leon (17 Nichelle Prince 89’). GROUP / GROUPE : NOR 7 points; CAN 4; CHN 3; KOR 3.

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Christabel Oduro (17 Nichelle Prince 76’), 9 Adriana Leon KOR 18’ Jeon Gaeul 0-1 (interception) KOR 29’ Ji Soyun 0-2 KOR 55’ Jung Seolbin 0-3 CAN 77’ Nichelle Prince (head / tête) 1-3 (a. Wilkinson)

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HALL of FAME

2013 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A Bélanger, Josée 0 0 0 Booth, Melanie 2 0 31 Buchanan, Kadeisha 15 12 1139 Busque, Mélissa 3 2 159 Cameron, Tiffany 6 1 240 Filigno, Jonelle 5 5 356 1g 1a Fleming, Jessie 2 1 63 Gayle, Robyn 11 3 335 Iacchelli, Selenia 3 0 15 Julien, Christina 4 0 110 Kyle, Kaylyn 17 8 938 1g 1a Lang, Kara 0 0 0 Lawrence, Ashley 7 0 72 Leon, Adriana 16 12 994 3g Matheson, Diana 17 17 1515 1g 3a McCarthy, Bryanna 2 1 88 Melhado, Rachel 1 0 18 Moscato, Carmelina 12 11 854 Mottershead, Alyscha 0 0 0 Nault, Marie-Eve 5 3 300 Oduro, Christabel 5 4 332 Prince, Nichelle 3 0 25 1g Quon, Rachel 0 0 0 Robinson, Jodi-Ann 5 3 209 Schmidt, Sophie 17 16 1265 2g 4a Scott, Desiree 17 14 1230 Sesselmann, Lauren 13 11 930 1a Sinclair, Christine 13 13 1170 4g 1a Sjoman, Kylla 2 2 121 Stewart, Chelsea 5 3 328 Tancredi, Melissa 1 1 61 Timko, Brittany 8 4 319 1g Wilkinson, Rhian 15 12 982 1a Wu, Danica 2 0 20 Yekka, Sura 6 3 297 Zadorsky, Shelina 1 1 63 Zurrer, Emily 15 7 705


2013 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2013-03-13 Nicosia, CYP CAN L 0:1 ENG (FINAL / FINALE) GSP Stadium, att. 200 Referee / arbitre : Rhona Daly (O’Neill, Schmidt, Grundbacher). CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (22 Ashley Lawrence 79’), 14 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Carmelina Moscato (2 Emily Zurrer 79’), 20 Lauren Sesselmann, 11 Desiree Scott, 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Sophie Schmidt (6 Kaylyn Kyle 39’), 15 Adriana Leon (10 Christina Julien 59’), 16 Jonelle Filigno (5 Robyn Gayle 80’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. ENG 70’ Rachel Yankey (left / gauche) 0-1

Sportsnet ; Commonwealth Stadium, att. 12,746 Referee / arbitre : Margaret Domka (Chavez, Morisset, Chénard). CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod (21 GK Stephanie Labbé HT), 3 Sura Yekka début (5 Robyn Gayle HT), 4 Carmelina Moscato (2 Emily Zurrer 69’), 10 Lauren Sesselmann, 20 Marie-Eve Nault (7 Rhian Wilkinson HT), 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 8 Diana Matheson, 17 Brittany Timko (6 Kaylyn Kyle 59’), 9 Mélissa Busque (16 Adriana Leon 59’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 23’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Matheson CK) CAN 39’ Brittany Timko (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Sesselmann) CAN 69’ Adriana Leon (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Kyle)

2013 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2013-04-04 Nice, FRA CAN D 1:1 FRA Sportsnet ; Stade Municipal du Ray, att. 5,783 Referee / arbitre : Jana Adamkova (Sekova, Hanakova, Nicolosi). 75th / 75e match international : Carmelina Moscato. CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 70’), 14 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 10 Lauren Sesselmann (2 Emily Zurrer 74’), 11 Desiree Scott (9 Ashley Lawrence 88’), 13 Sophie Schmidt (6 Kaylyn Kyle 65’), 8 Diana Matheson, 15 Adriana Leon (3 Tiffany Cameron HT), 16 Jonelle Filigno (17Jodi-Ann Robinson 58’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. FRA 45+1’ Élodie Thomis (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Le Sommer) CAN 90’+4 Kaylyn Kyle (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Sinclair)

2013 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2013-11-24 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN D 0:0 MEX Sportsnet ; BC Place, att. 21,217 Referee / arbitre : Cardella Samuels (Williams, Leonardo, Chénard). CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod (33 GK Karina LeBlanc HT), 7 Rhian Wilkinson (3 Sura Yekka 28’), 2 Emily Zurrer, 10 Lauren Sesselmann, 22 Kylla Sjoman (20 Marie-Eve Nault HT), 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt (14 Selenia Iacchelli 85’ début), 6 Kaylyn Kyle (9 Mélissa Busque 79’), 8 Diana Matheson, 17 Brittany Timko (16 Adriana Leon 61’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt.

2013 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2013-04-07 Rotherham, ENG CAN L 0:1 ENG FATV, Sportsnet ; New York Stadium, att. 4,875 Referee / arbitre : Gyöngyi Gaál (Hima, Török, Simms). 150th / 150e match international : Diana Matheson. CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (2 Emily Zurrer 70’), 14 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 22 Kylla Sjoman début (10 Lauren Sesselmann 76’), 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Sophie Schmidt (15 Adriana Leon 72’), 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 11 Desiree Scott, 3 Tiffany Cameron (17 Jodi-Ann Robinson 80’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. ENG 90’+2 Ellen White (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Williams) 2013 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2013-06-02 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 0:3 USA Sportsnet, ESPN ; BMO Field, att. 22,453 Referee / arbitre : Quetzalli Alvarado (Enriquez, Caudillo, Dickson). 75th / 75e match international : Kaylyn Kyle. CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 71’), 2 Emily Zurrer (3 Danica Wu 79’ début), 4 Carmelina Moscato, 9 Kadeisha Buchanan, 16 Lauren Sesselmann, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt (6 Kaylyn Kyle 68’), 8 Diana Matheson, 14 Melissa Tancredi (15 Tiffany Cameron 61’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. USA 70’ Alex Morgan (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Wambach) USA 72’ Alex Morgan (left / gauche) 0-2 (a. Heath) USA 90’+2 Sydney Leroux (left / gauche) 0-3 (a. Wambach) 2013 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2013-06-19 Paderborn, GER CAN L 0:1 GER ARD, Sportsnet ; Benteler Arena, att. 9,781 Referee / arbitre : Pernilla Larsson (Rafalski, Biehl, Heimann). CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 89’), 4 Carmelina Moscato, 9 Kadeisha Buchanan (14 Rachel Melhado 72’ début), 16 Lauren Sesselmann (17 Chelsea Stewart HT), 6 Kaylyn Kyle (15 Adriana Leon 72’), 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt (3 Danica Wu 81’), 17 Mélissa Busque début (2 Emily Zurrer 89’), 8 Diana Matheson, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. GER 53’ Leonie Maier (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Lotzen) 2013 CANADA WNT 2013-10-30 Edmonton, AB, CAN

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2013 CANADA WNT TORNEIO INTERNACIONAL 2013-12-12 Brasilia, BRA CAN W 2:0 SCO Band Sports; Estadio Nacional Mane Garrincha, att. 400 200th / 200e match international : Christine Sinclair. CANADA : Karina LeBlanc, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (3 Sura Yekka 57’), 10 Lauren Sesselmann, 2 Emily Zurrer (9 Kadeisha Buchanan 62’), 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 11 Desiree Scott, 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Sophie Schmidt (17 Brittany Timko 73’), 19 Adriana Leon (14 Selenia Iacchelli 84’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 6’ Adriana Leon 1-0 (a. Schmidt) Penalty save / arrête par SCO GK Gemma Fay CAN 59’ Christine Sinclair 2-0 (a. Schmidt) 2013 CANADA WNT TORNEIO INTERNACIONAL 2013-12-15 Brasilia, BRA CAN L 0:1 CHI Band Sports ; Estadio Nacional Mane Garrincha, att. 600 75th / 75e match international : Robyn Gayle. CANADA : 21 GK Stephanie Labbé, 3 Sura Yekka, 9 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Carmelina Moscato (10 Lauren Sesselman HT), 5 Robyn Gayle (20 Marie-Eve Nault 60’), 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 17 Brittany Timko (15 Jessie Fleming 72’ début), 19 Adriana Leon (11 Desiree Scott 64’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CHI 40’ Yanara Aedo (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Lara FK) 2013 CANADA WNT TORNEIO INTERNACIONAL 2013-12-18 Brasilia, BRA CAN D 0:0 BRA Band Sports ; Estadio Nacional Mane Garrincha, att. 4,000 CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (3 Sura Yekka 82’), 2 Emily Zurrer, 9 Kadeisha Buchanan, 10 Lauren Sesselmann (red / rouge), 11 Desiree Scott (11 Desiree Scott 86’), 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 17 Brittany Timko (6 Kaylyn Kyle 57’), 19 Adriana Leon (4 Carmelina Moscato 82’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. Red card / carton rouge 74’ Lauren Sesselmann GROUP / GROUPE : BRA 7 points; CHI 6; CAN 4; SCO 0. 2013 CANADA WNT TORNEIO INTERNACIONAL 2013-12-22 Brasilia, BRA CAN W 1:0 SCO (MATCH 3rd/3e) Estadio Nacional Mane Garrincha, att. 10,000 Suspended / suspendu : Lauren Sesselmann. CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 3 Sura Yekka (7 Rhian Wilkinson 59’), 9 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Carmelina Moscato (2 Emily Zurrer 68’), 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 11 Desiree Scott, 15 Jessie Fleming (6 Kaylyn Kyle HT), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 8 Diana Matheson, 19 Adri-


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MP MS MIN G A 1 0 45 11 8 667 11 11 990 1g 3 2 210 3 0 34 7 2 244 1g 6 3 292 5 1 169 1a 1 0 22 1a 0 0 0 10 6 562 1g 0 0 0 4 1 93 9 7 414 1g 8 8 704 2g 4a 0 0 0 3 2 169 7 6 360 5 2 244 4 1 110 11 11 913 6g 2a 11 6 676 1 1 90 11 11 990 1g 1a 0 0 0 3 2 131 6 1 179 10 10 819 2a 0 0 0 6 2 275 8 6 514

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2014 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur John Herdman 2014 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2014-01-31 Frisco, TX, USA CAN L 0:1 USA Toyota Stadium, att. 20,862 Referee / arbitre : Mirian León. CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (3 Sura Yekka 73’), 14 Kadeisha Buchanan, 10 Lauren Sesselmann, 20 MarieEve Nault (4 Carmelina Moscato 81’), 11 Desiree Scott, 8 Diana Matheson (16 Jonelle Filigno 86’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 19 Adriana Leon (6 Kaylyn Kyle 61’), 9 Josée Bélanger (17 Brittany Timko 71’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. USA 77’ Sydney Leroux (left / gauche) 0-1 2014-03-01 Canada 0:2 Korea Republic Training match, not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international.

2014 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2014-03-07 Larnaka, CYP CAN W 3:1 ITA GSZ Stadium, att. 40 Referee / arbitre : Jenny Palmqvist (Magnusson, Nielsen). CANADA : 21 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 2 Emily Zurrer, 14 Kadeisha Buchanan, 20 Marie-Eve Nault (10 Quinn 72’ début), 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt (17 Brittany Timko 68’), 8 Diana Matheson, 9 Josée Bélanger (3 Nkem Ezurike 84’), 19 Adriana Leon (6 Kaylyn Kyle HT), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 33’ Diana Matheson (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Schmidt) CAN 42’ Adriana Leon (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Matheson) CAN 49’ Kaylyn Kyle (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Wilkinson) ITA 51’ Cristiana Girelli 3-1 Red card / carton rouge 89’ ITA Elisa Bartoli Y2R 2014 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2014-03-10 Nicosia, CYP CAN L 0:2 ENG GSP Stadium, att. 150 Referee / arbitre : Esther Staubli (Bartnik, Fyke, Charalambos). 150th / 150e match international : Rhian Wilkinson. CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (3 Nkem Ezurike 80’), 2 Emily Zurrer (10 Quinn 60’), 14 Kadeisha Buchanan, 20 Marie-Eve Nault (5 Robyn Gayle HT), 6 Kaylyn Kyle (17 Brittany Timko 60’), 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 19 Adriana Leon (11 Desiree Scott HT), 9 Josée Bélanger, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. ENG 1’ Lianne Sanderson (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Carney) ENG 33’ Lianne Sanderson (right / droit) 0-2 (rebound / rebonde) GROUP / GROUPE : ENG 9 points; CAN 6; ITA 1; FIN 1. 2014 CANADA WNT CYPRUS 5-6 2014-03-12 Nicosia, CYP CAN W 2:1 IRL (5th/6th) GSP Stadium, att. 45 75th / 75e match international : Desiree Scott. CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (15 Rachel Quon 81’), 14 Kadeisha Buchanan, 2 Emily Zurrer (10 Quinn HT), 20 Marie-Eve Nault (5 Robyn Gayle HT), 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 8 Diana Matheson, 19 Adriana Leon (9 Josée Bélanger HT), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. IRL 13’ Ruesha Littlejohn (right / droit) 0-1 CAN 56’ Diana Matheson (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Gayle) CAN 90+’ Sophie Schmidt (left / gauche) 2-1 (interception) 2014 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2014-05-08 Winnipeg, MB, CAN CAN D 1:1 USA Sportsnet ; Investors Group Field, att. 28,255 Referee / arbitre : Melissa Pastrana (Lopez, Rojas, Dickson). CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 2 Sura Yekka, 20 Kadeisha Buchanan, 3 Quinn, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 90’), 11 Desiree Scott, 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Sophie Schmidt (10 Jessie Fleming 85’), 16 Jonelle Filigno (14 Melissa Tancredi 74’), 9 Josée Bélanger (6 Kaylyn Kyle 64’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 35’ Kadeisha Buchanan (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Matheson CK) USA 78’ Sydney Leroux (right / droit) 1-1 (rebound / rebonde)

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CANADA SOCCER

2014 CAN WNT Beckie, Janine Bélanger, Josée Buchanan, Kadeisha Chapman, Allysha Ezurike, Nkem Filigno, Jonelle Fleming, Jessie Gayle, Robyn Iacchelli, Selenia Julien, Christina Kyle, Kaylyn Lang, Kara Lawrence, Ashley Leon, Adriana Matheson, Diana Melhado, Rachel Moscato, Carmelina Nault, Marie-Eve Quinn Quon, Rachel Schmidt, Sophie Scott, Desiree Sesselmann, Lauren Sinclair, Christine Stewart, Chelsea Tancredi, Melissa Timko, Brittany Wilkinson, Rhian Wu, Danica Yekka, Sura Zurrer, Emily

CANADA MNT

CANADA

FUTSAL - PARA

2014 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS Bernier, Justine 0 0 0 Labbé, Stephanie 3 3 270 5 0 LeBlanc, Karina 2 2 135 1 1 McLeod, Erin 7 6 585 9 1 McNulty, Erin 0 0 0

CANADA WNT

2014 CANADA WNT

2014 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2014-03-05 Nicosia, CYP CAN W 3:0 FIN GSP Stadium, att. 40 Referee / arbitre : Rhona Daly (Carovigno, .., Neofytos). CANADA : 33 GK Karina LeBlanc, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (15 Rachel Quon 79’ début), 2 Emily Zurrer, 14 Kadeisha Buchanan, 20 MarieEve Nault (5 Robyn Gayle 57’), 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Sophie Schmidt (3 Nkem Ezurike 72’ début), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 9 Josée Bélanger (17 Brittany Timko 57’), 19 Adriana Leon (11 Desiree Scott HT). CAN 35’ Sophie Schmidt 1-0 (a. Matheson) CAN 42’ Sophie Schmidt 2-0 (a. Wilkinson) CAN 60’ FIN own goal / but contre son camp 3-0 (o.g.)

HALL of FAME

ana Leon (17 Brittany Timko 77’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 83’ Sophie Schmidt (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Matheson CK)


2014 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2014-06-18 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN L 1:2 GER Sportsnet ; BC Place, att. 15,618 Referee / arbitre : Margaret Domka (Duffy, Perez, Chénard) 75th / 75e match international : Emily Zurrer. CANADA : 33 GK Karina LeBlanc (1 Erin McLeod HT), 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 14 Kadeisha Buchanan, 3 Quinn (2 Emily Zurrer 61’), 23 Sura Yekka, 10 Jessie Fleming (22 Ashley Lawrence 71’), 6 Kaylyn Kyle (11 Desiree Scott 61’), 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Sophie Schmidt (19 Adriana Leon 80’), 9 Josée Bélanger (16 Jonelle Filigno 56’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. GER 28’ Lena Lotzen (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Mittag) CAN 53’ Sophie Schmidt (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Matheson) GER 65’ Simone Laudehr (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-2 2014 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2014-10-25 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN L 0:3 JPN Sportsnet ; Commonwealth Stadium, att. 9,654 Referee / arbitre : Marie-Soleil Beaudoin (Ross, Morisset, Pye). CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (23 Sura Yekka 62’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Carmelina Moscato (2 Emily Zurrer 70’), 15 Allysha Chapman début, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (11 Desiree Scott 85’), 8 Diana Matheson (16 Jonelle Filigno 78’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 14 Melissa Tancredi (10 Jessie Fleming 70’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 9 Josée Bélanger (19 Adriana Leon 62’). JPN 9’ Yūki Ōgimi (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Ohno) JPN 70’ Yuri Kawamura (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Miyama) JPN 80’ Nahomi Kawasumi (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Ariyoshi) 2014 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2014-10-28 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN L 2:3 JPN Sportsnet ; BC Place, att. 14,328 Referee / arbitre : Michelle Pye (Ross, Mariscal, Beaudoin). CANADA : 21 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (23 Sura Yekka 85’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 2 Emily Zurrer, 24 Rachel Quon (15 Allysha Chapman HT), 10 Jessie Fleming (22 Ashley Lawrence 85’), 11 Desiree Scott (6 Kaylyn Kyle 81’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 19 Adriana Leon (16 Jonelle Filigno 68’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 14 Melissa Tancredi (9 Josée Bélanger HT). JPN 33’ Asano Nagasato (left / gauche) 0-1 (interception) CAN 58’ Sophie Schmidt (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Sinclair) JPN 76’ Yūki Ōgimi (right / droit) 1-2 (interception) CAN 90’+2 Sophie Schmidt (left / gauche) 2-2 (rebound / rebonde) JPN 90’+3 Aya Sameshima (right / droit) 2-3 (interception) 2014 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2014-11-24 Los Angeles, CA, USA CAN W 1:0 SWE Sullivan Field, att. 20 Referee / arbitre : Katja Koroleva (Duffy, Mariscal, Hosu). 100th / 100e match international : Erin McLeod. CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod capt., 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 15 Allysha Chapman (20 MarieEve Nault 75’), 6 Kaylyn Kyle (11 Desiree Scott 67’), 10 Jessie Fleming (22 Ashley Lawrence 90’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 16 Jonelle Filigno (17 Brittany Timko 80’), 19 Adriana Leon (9 Josée Bélanger 67’), 12 Christine Sinclair. CAN 44’ Jonelle Filigno (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Schmidt) 2014 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2014-11-26 Los Angeles, CA, USA CAN D 1:1 SWE Drake Stadium, att. 30 Ref. / arbitre : Sheena Dickson (Charbonneau, Anderson, Hosu). CANADA : 21 GK Stephanie Labbé, 5 Robyn Gayle (23 Sura Yekka HT), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 2 Emily Zurrer, 20 Marie-Eve Nault (24 Rachel Quon HT), 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt (10 Jessie Fleming 68’), 22 Ashley Lawrence (26 Selenia Iacchelli 68’), 17 Brittany Timko (27 Janine Beckie HT début), 9 Josée Bélanger (16 Jonelle Filigno 72’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt.

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SWE 56’ Linda Sembrant 0-1 CAN 75’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Iacchelli)

2015 CANADA WNT 2015 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS D’Angelo, Sabrina 0 0 0 Labbé, Stephanie 7 6 550 4 3 LeBlanc, Karina 1 0 45 1 0 McLeod, Erin 12 12 1025 5 7

FIFA WWC

2015 CAN WNT Beckie, Janine Bélanger, Josée Buchanan, Kadeisha Carle, Gabrielle Chapman, Allysha Clarke, Summer Ezurike, Nkem Faulknor, Kennedy Filigno, Jonelle Fleming, Jessie Gayle, Robyn Iacchelli, Selenia Julien, Christina Kyle, Kaylyn Lawrence, Ashley Leon, Adriana Levasseur, Marie Matheson, Diana Moscato, Carmelina Nault, Marie, Eve Prince, Nichelle Quinn Rose, Deanne Schmidt, Sophie Scott, Desiree Sesselmann, Lauren Sinclair, Christine Solaun, Havana Tancredi, Melissa Wilkinson, Rhian Yekka, Sura Zadorsky, Shelina Zurrer, Emily

FIFA WWC

MP MS MIN G A 8 4 384 3g 17 15 1310 2g 3a 18 17 1506 1g 1a 2 1 91 18 16 1472 1g 1a 0 0 0 2 0 26 4 3 275 9 4 342 13 9 684 1g 1 0 12 0 0 0 2 0 17 9 2 288 15 11 1003 1g 13 5 582 1g 2 0 44 1a 5 3 304 1g 1a 9 6 503 5 2 189 4 2 215 2g 7 3 325 3 1 114 1a 13 13 1082 1g 18 14 1244 1a 6 6 449 18 18 1578 10g 4a 0 0 0 17 11 876 1a 12 11 894 2a 1 1 65 3 1 85 4 1 209

2.FWWC 5.FWWC 4.FWWC

1.FWWC 1.FWWC Début 1.FWWC Début 2.FWWC 1.FWWC 3.FWWC 1.FWWC 2.FWWC 1.FWWC 1.FWWC Début 4.FWWC 3.FWWC 2.FWWC Début 3.FWWC 2.FWWC 1.FWWC 4.FWWC 3.FWWC 4.FWWC 2.FWWC

2015 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur John Herdman 2015 CANADA WNT 4 NATIONS 2015-01-11 Shenzhen, CHN CAN W 2:1 KOR Shenzhen Bao’an Sports Center, att. 365 Referee / arbitre : Li Juan (Fang, Bao, Shi). CANADA : 21 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Carmelina Moscato, 15 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott, 10 Jessie Fleming (6 Kaylyn Kyle 77’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 14 Melissa Tancredi (27 Janine Beckie HT), 16 Jonelle Filigno (19 Adriana Leon 72’). KOR 33’ Yeo Minji 0-1 (a. Ji Soyun) CAN 51’ Janine Beckie 1-1 (a. Chapman) CAN 55’ Kadeisha Buchanan (head / tête) 2-1 (a. Sinclair) 2015 CANADA WNT 2015-01-13 Shenzhen, CHN

4 NATIONS CAN W 2:1 MEX


2015-03-01 Canada 2:0 Australia Canada goals / buts par Christine Sinclair, Josée Bélanger Training match, not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international.

2015-05-13 Canada 1:1 USA Canada goal / but par Sophie Schmidt Training match, not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international.

2015 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2015-03-04 Nicosia, CYP CAN W 2:0 SCO GSP Nicosia, att. 30 CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (20 Marie-Eve Nault 76’), 4 Carmelina Moscato (2 Emily Zurrer 61’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 15 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott, 17 Jessie Fleming (22 Ashley Lawrence 72’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 14 Melissa Tancredi (16 Jonelle Filigno 76’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (26 Christina Julien 85’), 9 Josée Bélanger (19 Adriana Leon 72’). CAN 3’ Jessie Fleming (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 55’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Wilkinson)

2015-05-14 Canada 1:0 Mexico Canada goal / but par Jessie Fleming Training match, not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international.

2015 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2015-03-06 Larnaka, CYP CAN W 1:0 KOR GSZ Stadium, att. 30 Referee / arbitre : Elia Martinez (Nystrom, Porras, Albon). CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Carmelina Moscato (25 Quinn 64’), 15 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 17 Jessie Fleming (red / rouge), 9 Josée Bélanger (19 Adriana Leon 73’), 14 Melissa Tancredi (16 Jonelle Filigno 79’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 47’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 1-0 (interception) Red card / carton rouge 68’ Jessie Fleming Y2R Red card / carton rouge 69’ KOR Lee Yongju Y2R 2015 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2015-03-09 Nicosia, CYP CAN W 1:0 ITA GSP Nicosia, att. 30 CANADA : 21 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (5 Robyn Gayle 78’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Carmelina Moscato (2 Emily Zurrer HT), 15 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (26 Christina Julien 78’), 9 Josée Bélanger (18 Janine Beckie 70’), 19 Adriana Leon (14 Melissa Tancredei HT), 16 Jonelle Filigno (22 Ashley Lawrence HT). Suspended / suspendu : Jessie Fleming.

FUTSAL - PARA

2015 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2015-04-09 Bondoufle, FRA CAN L 0:1 FRA D17 ; Stade Robert-Bodin, att. 11,441 Referee / arbitre : Silvia Spinell (Brem, Küng, Strub). CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 10 Lauren Sesselmann (2 Emily Zurrer HT), 15 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott (6 Kaylyn Kyle 63’), 17 Jessie Fleming (9 Josée Bélanger HT), 19 Adriana Leon (16 Jonelle Filigno 80’), 22 Ashley Lawrence (14 Melissa Tancredi 72’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. FRA 34’ Eugénie Le Sommer (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Abily)

CANADA SOCCER

2015 CANADA WNT CYPRUS CUP 2015-03-11 Larnaka, CYP CAN L 0:1 ENG (FINAL / FINALE) GSZ Stadium, att. 100 CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 25 Quinn (4 Carmelina Moscato 67’), 15 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 22 Ashley Lawrence (17 Jessie Fleming 67’), 9 Josée Bélanger (18 Janine Beckie 76’), 14 Melissa Tancredi (19 Adriana Leon 26’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. ENG 67’ Lianne Sanderson (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Taylor)

CANADA MNT

CAN 50’ Allysha Chapman (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Tancredi) Six consecutive wins / six victoires consécutives. Eight-match unbeaten streak / huit matchs sans défaite GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 9 points; ITA 6; SCO 3; KOR 0.

2015-05-25 Canada 0:0 Nigeria Training match, not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international. 2015 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2015-05-29 Hamilton, ON, CAN CAN W 1:0 ENG TSN ; Tim Hortons Field, att. 23,197 Referee / arbitre : Cardella Samuels (Mariscal, Williams, Koroleva). 100th / 100e match international : Melissa Tancredi. CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 9 Josée Bélanger, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 10 Lauren Sesselmann (4 Carmelina Moscato 66’), 15 Allysha Chapman, 22 Ashley Lawrence (17 Jessie Fleming 76’), 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 19 Adriana Leon (6 Kaylyn Kyle 76’), 12 Christine Sinclair, 14 Melissa Tancredi capt. CAN 23’ Sophie Schmidt (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Bélanger)

CANADA WNT

2015 CANADA WNT 4 NATIONS 2015-01-15 Shenzhen, CHN CAN W 2:1 CHN CCTV ; Shenzhen Bao’an Sports Center, att. 6,683 Referee / arbitre : Shi Zhenlun (Alamusci, Zou, Li). CANADA : 21 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Carmelina Moscato (25 Quinn 84’), 15 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott, 10 Jessie Fleming, 9 Josée Bélanger (22 Ashley Lawrence 75’), 27 Janine Beckie (19 Adriana Leon 55’), 14 Melissa Tancredi (16 Jonelle Filigno HT), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (26 Nkem Ezurike 89’). CHN 31’ Gu Yasha 0-1 (a. Zhang Rui) CAN 63’ Christine Sinclair (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 CAN 64’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 2-1 (a. Scott) GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 9 points; KOR 6; MEX 1; CHN 1 MVP / meilleure joueuse du tournoi : Christine Sinclair

2015 FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA, Canada 2015 Coach / entraîneur John Herdman Place : 6th / 6e All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Kadeisha Buchanan Best Young Player / la meilleure jeune joueuse Kadeisha Buchanan 2015 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2015-06-06 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN W 1:0 CHN CTV, TSN, RDS ; Commonwealth Stadium, att. 53,058 Referee / arbitre : Kateryna Monzul (Frappart, Simmons, Saarinen). CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 9 Josée Bélanger, 3 Kadeisha Bu-

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HALL of FAME

Shenzhen Bao’an Sports Center, att. 532 Referee / arbitre : Li Juan (Liang, Bao, Shi). CANADA : 21 GK Stephanie Labbé (33 GK Karina LeBlanc HT), 23 Sura Yekka (15 Allysha Chapman 65’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan (25 Quinn HT), 2 Emily Zurrer, 20 Marie-Eve Nault, 6 Kaylyn Kyle, 10 Jessie Fleming (11 Desiree Scott 61’), 13 Sophie Schmidt (22 Ashley Lawrence 11’), 19 Adriana Leon, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 9 Josée Bélanger (26 Nkzem Ezurike 65’). CAN 47’ Adriana Leon (right / droit) 1-0 MEX 79’ Charlyn Corral (FK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 CAN 80’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 2-1 (rebound / rebonde)


chanan, 10 Lauren Sesselmann, 15 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott (17 Jessie Fleming 71’), 22 Ashley Lawrence, 16 Jonelle Filigno (6 Kaylyn Kyle 61’), 14 Melissa Tancredi (19 Adriana Leon 77’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 90’+2 Christine Sinclair (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-0

début (10 Janine Beckie 66’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (14 Melissa Tancredi 66’). CAN 13’ Christine Sinclair 1-0 (a. Buchanan) CAN 19’ Christine Sinclair 2-0 (a. Wilkinson) CAN 45’ Nichelle Prince 3-0 (interception)

2015 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2015-06-11 Edmonton, AB, CAN CAN D 0:0 NZL CTV, TSN, RDS ; Commonwealth Stadium, att. 35,544 Referee / arbitre : Bibiana Steinhaus (Rafalski, Wozniak, Naidu). CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 9 Josée Bélanger, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 10 Lauren Sesselmann (4 Carmelina Moscato 68’), 15 Allysha Chapman, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 11 Desiree Scott (19 Adriana Leon 73’), 22 Ashley Lawrence, 14 Melissa Tancredi, 16 Jonelle Filigno (6 Kaylyn Kyle), 12 Christine Sinclair capt.

2015 CANADA WNT TORNEIO INTERNACIONAL 2015-12-13 Natal, BRA CAN W 4:0 TRI Band Sports ; Arena das Dunas, att. 6,428 Referee / arbitre : Alessandro Matos (Clay, Maraques). CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 9 Josée Bélanger, 5 Quinn, 4 Shelina Zadorsky (2 Kennedy Faulknor HT), 15 Allysha Chapman (20 Marie-Eve NAult 64’), 11 Desiree Scott (3 Kadeisha Buchanan 69’), 15 Jessie Fleming (18 Nichelle Prince HT), 6 Deanne Rose (13 Marie Levasseur 64’ début), 8 Diana Matheson, 10 Janine Beckie (14 Melissa Tancredi 64’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 10’ Diana Matheson (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Rose) CAN 46’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Bélanger) CAN 79’ Nichelle Prince (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Levasseur) CAN 81’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 4-0 (a. Bélanger)

2015 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE A 2015-06-15 Montréal, QC, CAN CAN D 1:1 NED CTV, TSN, RDS ; Stade Olympique, att. 45,420 Referee / arbitre : Ri Hyang Ok (Hong, Kim, Albon). CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 9 Josée Bélanger, 3 Carmelina Moscato, 4 Kadeisha Buchanan, 15 Allysha Chapman, 6 Kaylyn Kyle (14 Melissa Tancredi 61’), 17 Jessie Fleming (11 Desiree Scott 61’), 22 Ashley Lawrence, 13 Sophie Schmidt (7 Rhian Wilkinson 81’), 19 Adriana Leon, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 22’ Ashley Lawrence (left / gauche) 1-0 (interception) NED 87’ Kirsten van de Ven (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Melis) GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 5 points ; CHN 4; NED 4; NZL 2. 2015 CANADA WNT R16 2015-06-21 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN W 1:0 SUI CTV, TSN, RDS ; BC Place, att. 53,855 Referee / arbitre : Anna-Marie Keighley (Walker, Flynn, Lengwe). 100th / 100e match international : Kaylyn Kyle. CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (20 Marie-Eve Nault 88’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 10 Lauren Sesselmann, 15 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott, 22 Ashley Lawrence (6 Kaylyn Kyle 76’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 14 Melissa Tancredi (16 Jonelle Filigno 69’), 9 Josée Bélanger, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 52’ Josée Bélanger (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Sinclair) 2015 CANADA WNT QUARTER / QUART 2015-06-27 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN L 1:2 ENG CTV, TSN, RDS ; BC Place, att. 54,027 Referee / arbitre : Claudia Umpierrez (Mascarana, Toloza, Gani). CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (8 Diana Matheson 62’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 10 Lauren Sesselmann, 15 Allysha Chapman, 22 Ashley Lawrence, 11 Desiree Scott (6 Kaylyn Kyle 77’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 14 Melissa Tancredi (19 Adriana Leon 71’), 9 Josée Bélanger, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. ENG 11’ Jodie Taylor (right / droit) 0-1 (interception) ENG 14’ Lucy Bronze (head / tête) 0-2 (a. .. FK) CAN 42’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 1-2 (rebound)

2015 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur John Herdman 2015 CANADA WNT TORNEIO INTERNACIONAL 2015-12-09 Natal, BRA CAN W 3:0 MEX Band Sports ; Arena das Dunas, att. 500 Referee / arbitre : Simone Xavier (Cagtavo, Pereira, Freitas). CANADA : 21 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (9 Josée Bélanger 66’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 2 Kennedy Faulknor début (4 Shelina Zadorsky 66’), 15 Allysha Chapman, 8 Diana Matheson, 17 Jessie Fleming, 19 Ashley Lawrence (11 Desiree Scott 66’), 18 Nichelle Prince (6 Deanne Rose 66’ début), 16 Gabrielle Carle

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2015 CANADA WNT TORNEIO INTERNACIONAL 2015-12-16 Natal, BRA CAN L 1:2 BRA Band Sports ; Arena das Dunas CANADA : 21 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (16 Gabrielle Carle 65’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 2 Kennedy Faulknor, 20 MarieEve Nault (15 Allysha Chapman 57’), 5 Quinn (8 Diana Matheson 65’), 19 Ashley Lawrence (11 Desiree Scott 65’), 10 Janine Beckie (13 Marie Levasseur 72’), 9 Josée Bélanger, 14 Melissa Tancredi (18 Nichelle Prince 57’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. BRA 12’ Andressa Alves (FK left foot / pied gauche) 0-1 BRA 40’ Débinha (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Marta) CAN 43’ Josée Bélanger 1-2 (a. Sinclair) GROUP / GROUPE : BRA 9 points; CAN 6; MEX 3; TRI 0. 2015 CANADA WNT TORNEIO INTERNACIONAL 2015-12-20 Natal, BRA CAN L 1:3 BRA (FINAL / FINALE) Band Sports ; Arena das Dunas, att. 10,643 Referee / arbitre : Ana Marques (Back, Dias, Xavier). CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod (21 GK Stephanie Labbé 35’), 9 Josée Bélanger, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 2 Kennedy Faulknor (4 Shelina Zadorsky 74’), 15 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott (5 Quinn 64’), 8 Diana Matheson (17 Jessie Fleming 71’), 19 Ashley Lawrence (6 Deanne Rose 64’), 18 Nichelle Prince (14 Melissa Tancredi 71’), 10 Janine Beckie, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 46’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Matheson) BRA 47’ Andressa Alves (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Marta) BRA 62’ Mônica (head / tête) 1-2 (a. .. CK) BRA 80’ Mônica (head / tête) 1-3 (a. .. CK)

2016 CANADA WNT 2016 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS OQ, OLY D’Angelo, Sabrina 3 2 225 2 1 Début, 1.OQ, 1.OLY Labbé, Stephanie 14 14 1215 11 6 1.OQ & 1.OLY McLeod, Erin 3 3 270 1 2 4.OQ Sheridan, Kailen 1 1 90 0 1 Début 2016 CAN WNT Beckie, Janine Bélanger, Josée Buchanan, Kadeisha Carle, Gabrielle Chapman, Allysha Clarke, Summer Faulknor, Kennedy

MP MS MIN G A 16 13 1148 9g 3a 17 10 1024 4a 19 19 1682 1g 1a 5 2 217 1g 1a 18 9 913 1a 1 0 22 1g 0 0 0

OQ, OLY 1.OQ & 1.OLY 1.OQ & 1.OLY 1.OQ & 1.OLY 1.OQ 1.OQ & 1.OLY Début


3.OQ & 3.OLY 1.OQ & 1.OLY 1.OQ & 1.OLY 1.OQ & 1.OLY 3.OQ & 3.OLY 2.OQ & 2.OLY 4.OQ & 3.OLY 4.OQ & 3.OLY 4.OQ & 3.OLY 1.OQ & 1.OLY

2016 CONCACAF OLYMPIC QUAL. 2016 Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Qualification olympique féminine de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur John Herdman Place : 2nd / 2e Best XI / Meilleure XI Kadeisha Buchanan, Allysha Chapman & Ashley Lawrence Canada qualified for the Rio 2016 Women’s Olympic Football Tournament / Le Canada se qualifie pour le Tournoi Olympique de Football Féminine, Rio 2016 2016 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2016-02-11 Houston, TX, USA CAN W 5:0 GUY CBCSports.ca ; BBVA Compass Stadium, att. 836 Referee / arbitre : Marianela Araya (Moreira, Chavarria, Guzman). 100th / 100e match international : Desiree Scott. CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 9 Josée Bélanger, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman (17 Jessie Fleming 58’), 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt (16 Gabrielle Carle 54’), 10 Ashley Lawrence, 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Deanne Rose (15 Nichelle Prince 62’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 25’ Deanne Rose (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Schmidt) CAN 28’ Ashley Lawrence (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Sinclair CK) CAN 39’ Deanne Rose (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Schmidt) CAN 46’ Ashley Lawrence (head / tête) 4-0 (a. Rose) CAN 48’ Ashley Lawrence (right / droit) 5-0 (a. Sinclair) 2016 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2016-02-14 Houston, TX, USA CAN W 6:0 TRI CBCSports.ca ; BBVA Compass Stadium, att. 1,453 Referee / arbitre : Quetzalli Alvarado (Chavez, Caudillo, Venegas). 159th goal / 159e but : Christine Sinclair (second place all-time ahead of Mia Hamm 158 / deuxième place de tous les temps). CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 9 Josée Bélanger, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 10 Ashley Lawrence (2 Allysha Chapman 56’), 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 8 Diana Matheson capt., 6 Deanne Rose (17 Jessie Fleming 67’), 19 Janine Beckie, 14 Melissa Tancredi (12 Christine Sinclair 61’). CAN 24’ Diana Matheson (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Bélanger) CAN 44’ Melissa Tancredi (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Lawrence) CAN 63’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Beckie) CAN 67’ Kadeisha Buchanan (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Rose) CAN 75’ Janine Beckie (head / tête) 5-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 79’ Jessie Fleming (right / droit) 6-0 (a. Bélanger) 2016 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2016-02-16 Houston, TX, USA CAN W 10:0 GUA CBCSports.ca ; BBVA Compass Stadium, att. 859 Referee / arbitre : Lucila Venegas (Caudillo, Chavez, Alvarado). CANADA : 18 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson capt, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan (3 Diana Matheson 62’), 4 Shelina Zadorsky (13 Sophie Schmidt 48’), 2 Allysha Chapman (10 Ashley Lawrence

56’), 5 Quinn, 17 Jessie Fleming, 15 Nichelle Prince, 16 Gabrielle Carle, 19 Janine Beckie, 14 Melissa Tancredi. CAN 4’ Melissa Tancredi (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Prince) CAN 27’ Gabrielle Carle (right / droit) 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 36’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Chapman) CAN 43’ Nichelle Prince (right / droit) 4-0 (interception) CAN 45’ Quinn (PK right foot / pied droit) 5-0 CAN 49’ Quinn (right / droit) 6-0 (a. Tancredi) CAN 52’ Quinn (head / tête) 7-0 (a. Tancredi) CAN 84’ Nichelle Prince (right / droit) 8-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 86’ Melissa Tancredi (right / droit) 9-0 (interception) CAN 88’ Nichelle Prince (right / droit) 10-0 (a. Carle) GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 9 points; TRI 6; GUY 3; GUA 0.

2016 CANADA WNT SEMI / DEMI 2016-02-19 Houston, TX, USA CAN W 3:1 CRC Sportsnet ; BBVA Compass Stadium, att. 5,516 Referee / arbitre : Melissa Borjas (Perello, Greyson, Martindale). CANADA : 1 GK Erin McLeod, 9 Josée Bélanger, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt (14 Melissa Tancredi 83’), 10 Ashley Lawrence, 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Deanne Rose (6 Quinn 90’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (15 Nichelle Prince 83’). CAN 17’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Bélanger) CAN 52’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 2-0 (interception) CRC 73’ Raquel Rodríguez (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-0 CAN 86’ Deanne Rose (right / droit) 3-1 (a. Prince) Qualified for Rio 2016 / qualifié pour le Rio 2016 2016 CANADA WNT FINAL / FINALE 2016-02-21 Houston, TX, USA CAN L 0:2 USA Sportsnet ; BBVA Compass Stadium, att. 9,363 Referee / arbitre : Quetzalli Alvarado (Ayala, Perello, Guzman). CANADA : 18 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (13 Sophie Schmidt 58’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman, 5 Quinn (8 Diana Matheson 58’), 11 Desiree Scott, 9 Josée Bélanger, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 15 Nichelle Prince (12 Christine Sinclair 62’), 14 Melissa Tancredi capt. USA 53’ Lindsey Horan (head / tête) 0-1 (a .Sauerbrunn) USA 61’ Tobin Heath (left / gauche) 0-2 (a. Pugh) Canada won Concacaf silver / Canada gagne la medaille d’argent

2016 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur John Herdman 2016 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2016-03-02 Albufeira, POR CAN L 0:1 DEN Estádio Municipal de Albufeira, att. 500 Referee / arbitre : Olga Miranda (Back, Lara, Mularczyk). 50th / 50e match international : Kadeisha Buchanan. CANADA : 18 GK Stephanie Labbé, 9 Josée Bélanger (7 Rhian Wilkinson 68’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 5 Quinn, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 11 Desiree Scott, 17 Jessie Fleming (2 Allysha Chapman 64’), 13 Sophie Schmidt (14 Melissa Tancredi 64’), 8 Diana Matheson capt., 6 Deanne Rose (12 Christine Sinclair 68’), 19 Janine Beckie (16 Gabrielle Carle 78’). DEN 55’ Nadia Nadim (right / droit) 0-1 2016 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2016-03-04 Vila Real Santo Antonio, POR CAN W 1:0 BEL Complexo Desportivo Referee / arbitre : Sandra Braz (Martins, Atanasovski, Araya). CANADA : 20 GK Sabrina D’Angelo début, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman (9 Josée Bélanger 60’), 11 Desiree Scott (5 Quinn 60’), 8 Diana Matheson, 10 Ashley Lawrence (15 Nichelle Prince 68’), 16 Ga-

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984 2g 1a 1643 3g 3a 0 1396 1g 1a 0 372 3g 2a 612 3g 1a 870 4g 3a 1321 1g 3a 1438 1a 1293 7g 4a 752 5g 2a 758 1485 1g

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15 20 0 20 0 14 13 16 20 18 18 15 12 18

HALL of FAME

Fleming, Jessie Lawrence, Ashley Levasseur, Marie Matheson, Diana Nault, Marie-Eve Prince, Nichelle Quinn Rose, Deanne Schmidt, Sophie Scott, Desiree Sinclair, Christine Tancredi, Melissa Wilkinson, Rhian Zadorsky, Shelina


brielle Carle (Summer Clarke 68’ début), 14 Melissa Tancredi (19 Janine Beckie 76’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (13 Sophie Schmidt HT). CAN 87’ Summer Clarke (right / droit) 1-0 2016 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2016-03-07 Lagos, POR CAN W 1:0 ISL Estadio Municipal de Lagos Referee / arbitre : Monika Mularczyk (Dabrowska, Wojs, Persson). CANADA : GK Kailen Sheridan début, 9 Josée Bélanger (7 Rhian Wilkinson 60’), Kadeisha Buchanan, Shelina Zadorsky, Ashley Lawrence, 11 Desiree Scott (5 Quinn 71’), 13 Sophie Schmidt (17 Jessie Fleming 78’), 6 Deanne Rose (15 Nichelle Prince 78’), 8 Diana Matheson, 19 Janine Beckie, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 41’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Sinclair) GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 6 points; ISL 6; BEL 3; DEN 3. 2016 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2016-03-09 Faro, POR CAN W 2:1 BRA (FINAL / FINALE) CBF ; Estádio Municipal da Bela Vista, att. 300 Referee / arbitre : Sara Persson (Johansson, Magnusson, Braz). CANADA : 18 GK Stephanie Labbé (20 GK Sabrina D’Angelo HT), 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott, 8 Diana Matheson (9 Josée Bélanger 87’), 10 Ashley Lawrence, 13 Sophie Schmidt (5 Quinn 89’), 19 Janine Beckie (6 Deanne Rose 70’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 60’ Shelina Zadorsky (right / droit) 1-0 CAN 67’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 2-0 (interception) BRA 90’ Cristiane (left / gauche) 2-1 (a. Formiga) Canada won the Algarve Cup / le Canada gagne la Coupe d’Algarve 2016 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2016-04-10 Eindhoven, NED CAN W 2:1 NED Fox NL, TSN ; Jan Louwers stadion, att. 2,122 Referee / arbitre : Virginie Drouaux (Etienne, Schmah, Bakker). CANADA : 18 GK Stephanie Labbé, 9 Josée Bélanger (2 Allysha Chapman 67’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 11 Desiree Scott, 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 6 Deanne Rose (15 Nichelle Prince 79’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (16 Gabrielle Carle 69’), 19 Janine Beckie (14 Melissa Tancredi 90’). CAN 34’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Beckie CK) CAN 57’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Buchanan) NED 58’ S. van der Gragt (head / tête) 2-1 (a. van den Berg) 2016-04-12 Canada 2:0 Netherlands Canada goals / buts par Melissa Tancredi, Diana Matheson Training match, not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international. 2016 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2016-06-04 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN L 0:2 BRA TSN ; BMO Field, att. 28,604 Referee / arbitre : Ekaterina Koroleva (Nesbitt, Quan, Beaudoin). CANADA : 18 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman (9 Josée Bélanger HT), 11 Desiree Scott (17 Jessie Fleming HT), 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Deanne Rose (15 Nichelle Prince 69’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 19 Janine Beckie, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (14 Melissa Tancredi 74’). BRA 11’ Marta 0-1 BRA 41’ Marta 0-2 (a. Débinha) 2016 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2016-06-07 Ottawa, ON, CAN CAN W 1:0 BRA TSN ; TD Place, att. 23,568 Referee / arbitre : Francia Gonzalez (Caudillo, Chavez, Beaudoin).

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50th / 50e match international : Josée Bélanger. CANADA : 18 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (9 Josée Bélanger 78’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky (5 Quinn 68’), 10 Ashley Lawrence, 11 Desiree Scott (2 Allysha Chapman 63’), 17 Jessie Fleming (19 Janine Beckie 63’), 8 Diana Matheson, 6 Deanne Rose (15 Nichelle Prince 68’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (14 Melissa Tancredi 78’). CAN 90’+4 Janine Beckie (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Matheson) 2016 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2016-07-20 Paris, FRA CAN W 1:0 CHN Stade Sébastien-Charléty, att. 95 Referee / arbitre : Hannelore Onsea (Pierart, de Vries, Lasalle). 150th / 150e match international : Sophie Schmidt. CANADA : 18 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (9 Josée Bélanger HT), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 8 Diana Matheson (2 Allysha Chapman HT), 11 Desiree Scott (5 Quinn HT), 17 Jessie Fleming, 13 Sophie Schmidt (15 Nichelle Prince HT), 19 Janine Beckie (6 Deanne Rose HT), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (14 Melissa Tancredi HT). CAN 6’ Jessie Fleming (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Schmidt) 50th win / 50e victoire international : John Herdman. 2016 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2016-07-23 Auxerre, FRA CAN L 0:1 FRA D17, CBC, SRC ; Stade de l’Abbé-Deschamps, att. 17,589 Referee / arbitre : Vivian Peters (Bakker, Hoogenduk, Dallongeville). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (2 Allysha Chapman 59’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt (6 Deanne Rose 59’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 8 Diana Matheson (9 Josée Bélanger 72’), 16 Janine Beckie (15 Nichelle Prince 84’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. FRA 36’ Camille Abily (FK right foot / pied droit) 0-1

2016 OLYMPIC GAMES Rio 2016 Women’s Olympic Football Tournament Tournoi Olympique de Football Féminine, Rio 2016 Coach / entraîneur John Herdman

Bronze

2016 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE F 2016-08-03 São Paulo, BRA CAN W 2:0 AUS CBC, SRC ; Corinthians Arena, att. 20,521 Referee / arbitre : Stephanie Frappart (Nicolosi, Parga, Staubli). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (2 Allysha Chapman HT), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, Shelina Zadorsky (red / rouge), 10 Ashley Lawrence, 8 Diana Matheson (13 Sophie Schmidt 69’), 11 Desiree Scott, 17 Jessie Fleming, 14 Melissa Tancredi (5 Quinn 23’), Janine Beckie, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 1’ (20sec) Janine Beckie (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Sinclair) Red card / carton rouge 19’ Shelina Zadorsky Penalty save 71’ / arrête par AUS GK Lydia Williams CAN 80’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Fleming) 2016 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE F 2016-08-06 São Paulo, BRA CAN W 3:1 ZIM CBC, SRC ; Corinthians Arena, att. 30,295 Referee / arbitre : Jozef Dankowski (de Almeida, Lara, Albon). CANADA : 18 GK Sabrina D’Angelo, 9 Josée Bélanger, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 5 Quinn, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 17 Jessie Fleming (15 Nichelle Prince 70’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 8 Diana Matheson (2 Allysha Chapman 63’), 16 Janine Beckie, 14 Melissa Tancredi (6 Deanne Rose 61’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. Suspended / suspendu : Shelina Zadorsky. CAN 7’ Janine Beckie (left / gauche) 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 19’ Christine Sinclair (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-0


2016 CANADA WNT SEMI / DEMI 2016-08-16 Belo Horizonte, BRA CAN L 0:2 GER CBC, SRC ; Estádio Mineirão, att. 5,641 Referee / arbitre : Ri Hyang Ok (Hong, Flynn, Carvajal). Suspended / suspendu : Josée Bélanger. CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson (8 Diana Matheson 61’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 11 Desiree Scott (6 Deanne Rose 74’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 14 Melissa Tancredi (15 Nichelle Prince 85’), 16 Janine Beckie, 12 Christine Sinclair. GER 21’ Melanie Behringer (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-1 GER 59’ Sara Däbritz (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Mittag) 2016 CANADA WNT MATCH 3rd/3e 2016-08-19 São Paulo, BRA CAN W 2:1 BRA CBC, SRC ; Corinthians Arena, att. 39,718 Referee / arbitre : Teodora Albon (Iugulescu, Sukenikova, Staubli). 250th / 250e match international : Christine Sinclair. CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 9 Josée Bélanger, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 11 Desiree Scott, 17 Jessie Fleming, 8 Diana Matheson (13 Sophie Schmidt 66’), 6 Deanne Rose (2 Allysha Chapman 59’), 14 Melissa Tancredi (16 Janine Beckie 69’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 25’ Deanne Rose (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Lawrence) CAN 52’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Rose) BRA 79’ Bia Zaneratto (left / gauche) 2-1 (a. Erika) Canada won Olympic bronze / Canada gagne la medaille bronze.

2017 CANADA WNT 2017 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS D’Angelo, Sabrina 2 1 135 1 1 Labbé, Stephanie 10 9 765 10 3 McLeod, Erin 0 0 0 Sheridan, Kailen 3 2 180 2 1

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Début

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CANADA MNT

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2017 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur John Herdman 2017 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2017-02-04 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN W 3:2 MEX TSN, RDS ; BC Place, att. 22,508 Referee / arbitre : Melissa Borjas (Perello, Salazar, Guerra). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé (18 Sabrina D’Angelo HT), 9 Josée Bélanger (7 Rhian Wilkinson 57’), 20 Marie-Eve Nault capt., 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott, 17 Jessie Fleming, 25 Sarah Stratigakis début (15 Nichelle Prince 72’), 6 Deanne Rose (14 Melissa Tancredi 76’), 16 Janine Beckie, 12 Christine Sinclair. CAN 14’ Deanne Rose 1-0 (a. Sinclair) MEX 16’ Nancy Antonio (left / gauche) 1-1 (interception) CAN 26’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 2-1 (interception) CAN 40’ Janine Beckie (PK right foot / pied droit) 3-1 MEX 59’ Kaitlin Johnson 3-2 (a. Ocampo) 2017 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2017-03-01 Lagos, POR CAN W 1:0 DEN DBU TV ; Estadio Municipal de Lagos, att. 150 Referee / arbitre : Casey Reibelt (Ho, Coghill, Thioune). 50th / 50e match international : Ashley Lawrence. CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt (5 Quinn 80’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 6 Deanne Rose, 16 Janine Beckie (15 Nichelle Prince 86’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 90’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 1-0

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2016 CANADA WNT QUARTER / QUART 2016-08-12 São Paulo, BRA CAN W 1:0 FRA CBC, SRC ; Corinthians Arena, att. 38,688 Referee / arbitre : Claudia Umpierrez (Toloza, Back, Carvajal). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman (9 Josée Bélanger HT), 11 Desiree Scott, 17 Jessie Fleming, 13 Sophie Schmidt (5 Quinn 81’), 8 Diana Matheson (6 Deanne Rose 69’), 16 Janine Beckie, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 56’ Sophie Schmidt (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Beckie)

CANADA Début

CANADA WNT

2016 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE F 2016-08-09 Brasilia, BRA CAN W 2:1 GER CBC, TSN, RDS ; Estadio Mané Garrincha, att. 8,227 Referee / arbitre : Ri Hyang Ok (Hong, Cui, Lengwe). Suspended / suspendu : Kadeisha Buchanan. CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson, 5 Quinn, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt (8 Diana Matheson 64’), 17 Jessie Fleming (10 Ashley Lawrence HT), 6 Deanne Rose (15 Nichelle Prince 69’), 9 Josée Bélanger, 14 Melissa Tancredi capt. GER 13’ Melanie Behringer (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-1 CAN 25’ Melissa Tancredi (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Scott) CAN 60’ Melissa Tancredi (head / tête) 2-1 (a. Quinn FK) GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 9 points; GER 4; AUS 4; ZIM 0.

2017 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A Agnew, Lindsay 7 2 336 Beckie, Janine 12 12 1003 8g 1a Bélanger, Josée 1 1 57 Buchanan, Kadeisha 9 9 791 Carle, Gabrielle 2 1 70 Cathro, Ashley 0 0 0 Chapman, Allysha 8 8 633 Fleming, Jessie 11 11 990 1g 1a Grosso, Julia 1 0 1 Hellstrom, Jenna 0 0 0 Huitema, Jordyn 7 1 113 2g Kelly, Maegan 3 1 107 1a Lamontagne, Alex 2 1 66 Lawrence, Ashley 10 10 900 Leon, Adriana 6 1 226 3g Levasseur, Marie 5 3 226 Matheson, Diana 0 0 0 Nault, Marie-Eve 1 1 90 Pierre, Louis, Amandine 0 0 0 Pietrangelo, Amelia 0 0 0 Prince, Nichelle 11 3 386 2a Quinn 8 5 460 1a Riviere, Jayde 1 0 19 Rose, Deanne 11 9 637 3g 1a Sanderson, Valérie 0 0 0 Schmidt, Sophie 7 7 582 1g Scott, Desiree 12 10 917 Sinclair, Christine 12 11 960 4g 6a Stratigakis, Sarah 2 1 73 Tancredi, Melissa 1 0 14 Taylor, Hannah 0 0 0 Wilkinson, Rhian 1 0 33 Woeller, Shannon 2 0 21 Young, Ariel 1 0 19 Zadorsky, Shelina 12 12 1080

HALL of FAME

CAN 35’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Bélanger) ZIM 86’ Mavis Chirundu (left / gauche) 3-1


2017 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2017-03-03 São João da Venda, POR CAN W 2:1 RUS Estádio Algarve, att. 75 Referee / arbitre : Riem Hussein (Biehl, McMullan, Araya). CANADA : 21 GK Kailen Sheridan, 26 Marie Levasseur, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 5 Quinn (11 Desiree Scott 58’), 13 Sophie Schmidt (19 Gabrielle Carle 79’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 6 Deanne Rose (15 Nichelle Prince 58’), 16 Janine Beckie (27 Alex Lamontage 76’ début), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 9’ Sophie Schmidt (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Rose) CAN 26’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 2-0 (interception) RUS 58’ Darya Makarenko (head / tête) 2-1 (a. Terekhova FK) 2017 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2017-03-06 São João da Venda, POR CAN D 0:0 POR Estádio Algarve, att. 150 Ref. / arbitre : Jonesia Kabakama (Jones, Salamasina, Fortunato). CANADA : 18 GK Sabrina D’Angelo, 26 Marie Levasseur (22 Lindsay Agnew 68’ début), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 11 Desiree Scott, 17 Jessie Fleming, 19 Gabrielle Carle (5 Quinn 59’), 16 Janine Beckie, 27 Alex Lamontagne (6 Deanne Rose 52’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 7 points; DEN 6; RUS 3; POR 1. 2017 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2017-03-08 São João da Venda, POR CAN L 0:1 ESP (FINAL / FINALE) Estádio Algarve, att. 300 Referee / arbitre : Yamashita Yoshimi (Maiko, Makoto, Casey). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 26 Marie Levasseur (22 Lindsay Agnew 60’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 5 Quinn, 11 Desiree Scott capt. (25 Sarah Stratigakis 90’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 16 Janine Beckie, 15 Nichelle Prince (6 Deanne Rose 41’), 23 Jordyn Huitema début (12 Christine Sinclair 41’). ESP 4’ Leila Ouahabi (left / gauche) 0-1 2017 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2017-04-06 Trelleborg, SWE CAN W 1:0 SWE CanadaSoccerTV ; Vångavallen, att. 2,157 Referee / arbitre : Morgan Pirie (McMullan, Alxander, Osterberg). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman (26 Marie Levasseur 84’), 11 Desiree Scott, 17 Jessie Fleming, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 16 Janine Beckie, 6 Deanne Rose (15 Nichelle Prince 72’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (23 Jordyn Huitema 89’). CAN 34’ Janine Beckie (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Sinclair) 2017 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2017-04-09 Erfurt, GER CAN L 1:2 GER CanadaSoccerTV ; Steigerwaldstadion, att. 10,023 Ref. / arbitre : Olga Zadinova (Zaplatilova, Hanakova, Westerhoff). CANADA : 21 GK Kailen Sheridan (1 GK Stephanie Labbé HT), 10 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman (26 Marie Levasseur 88’), 11 Desiree Scott (20 Shannon Woeller 88’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 13 Sophie Schmidt (7 Adriana Leon 63’), 6 Deanne Rose (22 Lindsay Agnew 63’), 16 Janine Beckie, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (15 Nichelle Prince 82’). GER 13’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-1 (o.g.) CAN 38’ Deanne Rose (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Beckie) GER 86’ Linda Dallmann (left / gauche) 1-2 2017 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2017-06-08 Winnipeg, MB, CAN CAN W 3:1 CRC TSN, RDS ; Investors Group Field, att. 14,434 Referee / arbitre : Christina Unkel (Mariscal, Ross, Abt). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman (22 Lindsay

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Agnew 11’), 11 Desiree Scott (7 Adriana Leon 72’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 16 Janine Beckie (5 Quinn 64’), 6 Deanne Rose (15 Nichelle Prince 58’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (23 Jordyn Huitema 79’). CAN 3’ Jessie Fleming (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 52’ Christine Sinclair (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-0 CRC 56’ Diana Sáenz (left / gauche) 2-1 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 90’+1 Adriana Leon (right / droit) 3-1 (rebound / rebonde)

2017 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2017-06-11 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 6:0 CRC TSN, RDS ; BMO Field, att. 20,628 Referee / arbitre : Odette Hamilton (Yee Sing, Kerr, Samuels). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé (21 GK Kailen Sheridan HT), 22 Lindsay Agnew, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan (20 Shannon Woeller 71’), 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 5 Quinn (11 Desiree Scott 65’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 16 Janine Beckie (15 Nichelle Prince 59’), 6 Deanne Rose (19 Adriana Leon 71’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (23 Jordyn Huitema 67’). CAN 2’ Deanne Rose (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 6’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Quinn) CAN 13’ Janine Beckie (left / gauche) 3-0 (a. Fleming) CAN 21’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 73’ Jordyn Huitema (right / droit) 5-0 CAN 74’ Jordyn Huitema (right / droit) 6-0 (a. Prince) 2017 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2017-11-09 Vancouver, BC, CAN CAN D 1:1 USA TSN, RDS ; BC Place, att. 28,017 Referee / arbitre : Marianela Araya (Aguilar, Moreira, Perez). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 5 Quinn, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott, 17 Jessie Fleming, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 6 Deanne Rose (19 Adriana Leon 31’), 15 Nichelle Prince (20 Maegan Kelly 71’ début), 16 Janine Beckie (9 Jordyn Huitema 90’). USA 31’ Alex Morgan (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Short) CAN 56’ Adriana Leon (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Sinclair) 2017 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2017-11-12 San Jose, CA, USA CAN L 1:3 USA CanadaSoccerTV ; Avaya Stadium, att. 17,960 Referee / arbitre : Karen Abt (Mariscal, Quan, Unkel). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 20 Maegan Kelly (22 Lindsay Agnew 60’), 5 Quinn, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott (24 Ariel Young 71’ début), 17 Jessie Fleming, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (9 Jordyn Huitema 60’), 6 Deanne Rose (15 Nichelle Prince 31’), 19 Adriana Leon (14 Jayde Riviere 71’ début), 16 Janine Beckie (23 Julia Grosso 90’ début). USA 11’ Julie Ertz (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Rapinoe CK) CAN 50’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Prince) USA 56’ Alex Morgan (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Press) USA 80’ Carli Lloyd (right / droit) 1-3 (a. Morgan) 2017 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2017-11-28 Marbella, ESP CAN W 3:2 NOR CanadaSoccerTV ; Estadio Marbella, att. 150 Referee / arbitre : Marta Frias CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 22 Lindsay Agnew (19 Adriana Leon 58’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 15 Nichelle Prince (7 Maegan Kelly 62’), 16 Janine Beckie, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (9 Jordyn Huitema 84’). NOR 18’ Ina Gausdal (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Reiten CK) NOR 37’ Caroline Graham Hansen (right / droit) 0-2 (interception) CAN 52’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 1-2 (interception) CAN 64’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 2-2 (interception) CAN 66’ Adriana Leon (left / gauche) 3-2 (a. Kelly)


MP MS MIN G A CWC 3 2 162 1.CWC 0 0 0 11 10 837 4g 2a 1.CWC 9 9 747 1a 1.CWC 1 0 31 1.CWC 10 9 785 1a 1.CWC 10 10 894 3g 2a 1.CWC 8 4 325 1a 1.CWC 1 1 60 Début 8 2 232 4g 1.CWC 2 0 49 12 11 990 1g 1a 1.CWC 10 1 250 6g 2a 1.CWC 10 7 641 1g 2a 3.CWC 11 8 614 4g 4a 1.CWC 11 10 902 2g 1a 1.CWC 1 0 45 Début & 1.CWC 0 0 0 5 1 73 1g 1.CWC 12 9 855 4a 3.CWC 6 6 448 12 11 979 8g 2a 4.CWC 1 0 37 11 9 844 1a 1.CWC

2018 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Kenneth Heiner-Møller 2018 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2018-02-28 Parchal, POR CAN L 1:3 SWE Estádio Municipal da Bela Vista, att. 100 Ref. / arbitre : Lidya Tafesse Abebe (Victoire, Njoroge, Mijkansanga) CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 5 Quinn, 2 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott (4 Shelina Zadorsky 82’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 13 Sophie Schmidt (8 Diana Matheson 73’), 15 Nichelle Prince (6 Deanne Rose 73’), 16 Janine Beckie (19 Adriana Leon 82’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. SWE 43’ Mimmi Larsson (left / gauche) 0-1 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 46’ Janine Beckie (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Prince) SWE 51’ Fridolina Rolfö (left / gauche) 1-2 (a. Seger) SWE 87‘ Stina Blackstenius (right / droit) 1-3 (interception) 2018 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2018-03-02 São João da Venda, POR CAN W 1:0 RUS Estádio Algarve, att. 50 Referee / arbitre : Sandra Braz (Pino, Abruzzese, Araya). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 5 Quinn, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan (20 Shannon Woeller 53’), 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 13 Sophie Schmidt (6 Deanne Rose 84’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 23 Julia Grosso, 16 Janine Beckie (15 Nichelle Prince 66’), 10 Ashley Lawrence, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 9 Jordyn Huitema (19 Adriana Leon 66’). Red card / carton rouge 23’ Anna Zozhnikova CAN 24’ Christine Sinclair (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-0 2018 CANADA WNT 2018-03-05 Lagos, POR Estádio Municipal de Lagos

ALGARVE CAN W 3:0 KOR

2018 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 5-6 2018-03-07 Lagos, POR CAN W 2:0 JPN (MATCH 5th/6th) Estádio Municipal da Bela Vista Referee / arbitre : Casey Reibelt. 50th / 50e match international : Allysha Chapman. 75th / 75e match international : Kadeisha Buchanan. CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 5 Quinn, 2 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott (23 Julia Grosso 32’, 13 Sophie Schmidt 87’), 8 Diana Matheson, 17 Jessie Fleming, 15 Nichelle Prince (7 Maegan Kelly 71’), 16 Janine Beckie (9 Jordyn Huitema 71’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (19 Adriana Leon 80’). CAN 20’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 50’ Ashley Lawrence (left / gauche) 2-0 (interception) Penalty save 71’ / arrête par GK Stephanie Labbé 2018 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2018-04-09 Rennes, FRA CAN L 0:1 FRA CanadaSoccerTV ; Roazhan Park, att. 11,058 Referee / arbitre : Bibiana Steinhaus. 50th / 50e match international : Stephanie Labbé. CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott (7 Julia Grosso 84’), 8 Diana Matheson (6 Deanne Rose 88’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 15 Nichelle Prince (13 Sophie Schmidt 38’), 16 Janine Beckie (9 Jordyn Huitema 79’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. FRA 10’ Eugénie Le Sommer (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-0 Penalty save 78’ / arrête par GK Stephanie Labbé 2018 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2018-06-10 Hamilton, ON, CAN CAN L 2:3 GER TSN ; Tim Hortons Field, att. 22,826 Referee / arbitre : Qin Lian (Cui, Bao, Chénard). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 5 Quinn, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 8 Diana Matheson (2 Allysha Chapman 73’), 10 Ashley Lawrence, 11 Desiree Scott (19 Adriana Leon 89’), 13 Sophie Schmidt (15 Nichelle Prince 73’), 16 Janine Beckie, 17 Jessie Fleming, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. GER 1’ (50sec) Svenja Huth (right / droit) 0-1 (interception) CAN 59’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Beckie) CAN 69’ Jessie Fleming (right / droit) 2-1 (a. Schmidt) GER 70’ Sara Däbritz (left / gauche) 2-2 GER 84’ Turid Knaak (head / tête) 2-3 (rebound / rebonde) 2018 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2018-09-02 Ottawa, ON, CAN CAN W 1:0 BRA TSN, RDS ; TD Place, att. 16,128 Referee / arbitre : Francia Gonzalez (Chavez, Diaz, Dickson). 50th / 50e match international : Adriana Leon. CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott (5 Quinn 71’), 8 Diana Matheson (7 Julia Grosso 71’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 15 Nichelle Prince (9 Jordyn Huitema 79’), 16 Janine Beckie (19 Adriana Leon 70’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 49’ Nichelle Prince (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Buchanan)

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CANADA SOCCER

CWC

CANADA MNT

CWC

FUTSAL - PARA

2018 CAN WNT Agnew, Lindsay Antoine, Maya Beckie, Janine Buchanan, Kadeisha Carle, Gabrielle Chapman, Allysha Fleming, Jessie Grosso, Julia Hellstrom, Jenna Huitema, Jordyn Kelly, Maegan Lawrence, Ashley Leon, Adriana Matheson, Diana Prince, Nichelle Quinn Regan, Emma Riviere, Jayde Rose, Deanne Schmidt, Sophie Scott, Desiree Sinclair, Christine Woeller, Shannon Zadorsky, Shelina

CWC

CANADA WNT

2018 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS D’Angelo, Sabrina 0 0 0 Labbé, Stephanie 9 9 810 10 4 McLeod, Erin 1 1 90 0 1 Sheridan, Kailen 2 2 180 0 2

Referee / arbitre : Maria Carvajal (Vasquez, Toloza). 50th / 50e match international : Jessie Fleming. CANADA : 21 GK Kailen Sheridan, 22 Lindsay Agnew (10 Ashley Lawrence HT), 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 5 Quinn, 2 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt (9 Jordyn Huitema 75’), 15 Nichelle Prince (16 Janine Beckie HT), 17 Jessie Fleming (23 Julia Grosso 84’), 24 Jenna Hellstrom début (7 Maegan Kelly 60’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (19 Adriana Leon 84’). CAN 24’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 73’ Jessie Fleming (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 79’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 3-0 (rebound / rebonde) GROUP / GROUPE : SWE 7 points; CAN 6; KOR 4; RUS 0.

HALL of FAME

2018 CANADA WNT


2018-09-04 Canada 0:1 Brazil Training match, not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international.

2018 CONCACAF CHAMPIONSHIP 2018 Concacaf Women’s Championship Championnat Féminin de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Kenneth Heiner-Møller Place : 2nd / 2e All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Jessie Fleming & Quinn Canada qualified for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA, France 2019 2018 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2018-10-05 Edinburg, TX, USA CAN W 2:0 JAM ConcacafGO ; H-E-B Park, att. 1,379 Referee / arbitre : Francia Gonzalez (Gomez, Chavez, Venegas). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman, 5 Quinn (8 Diana Matheson 73’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 15 Nichelle Prince (6 Deanne Rose 87’), 16 Janine Beckie (19 Adriana Leon 66’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 33’ Nichelle Prince (right / droit) 1-0 CAN 80’ Nichelle Prince (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Leon) 2018 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2018-10-08 Edinburg, TX, USA CAN W 12:0 CUB ConcacafGO ; H-E-B Park, att. 414 Referee / arbitre : Crystal Sobers (Nesbitt, Chavez, Venegas). CANADA : 18 GK Kailen Sheridan, 20 Lindsay Agnew, 5 Quinn, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 10 Ashley Lawrence (11 Emma Regan HT début), 7 Julia Grosso (14 Gabrielle Carle 59’), 8 Diana Matheson capt., 13 Sophie Schmidt, 19 Adriana Leon, 9 Jordyn Huitema, 6 Deanne Rose (12 Christine Sinclair HT). CAN 11’ Adriana Leon (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Matheson) CAN 12’ Jordyn Huitema (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Quinn) CAN 23’ Adriana Leon (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Lawrence) CAN 25’ Deanne Rose (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Schmidt) CAN 37’ Jordyn Huitema (head / tête) 5-0 (a. Leon) CAN 51’ Jordyn Huitema (right / droit) 6-0 (a. Zadorsky) CAN 55’ Adriana Leon 7-0 (a. Grosso) CAN 56’ Quinn (left / gauche) 8-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 58’ Adriana Leon (right / droit) 9-0 (a. Schmidt) CAN 63’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 10-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 71’ Jordyn Huitema (right / droit) 11-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 72’ Diana Matheson (right / droit) 12-0 (a. Schmidt) 2018 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2018-10-11 Edinburg, TX, USA CAN W 3:1 CRC ConcacafGO ; H-E-B Park, att. 330 Referee / arbitre : Lucila Venegas (Chavez, Gomez, Gonzalez). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 5 Quinn, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman (20 Lindsay Agnew 63’), 7 Julia Grosso (13 Sophie Schmidt HT), 8 Diana Matheson, 17 Jessie Fleming, 16 Janine Beckie, 15 Nichelle Prince, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (9 Jordyn Huitema 72’). CAN 26’ Janine Beckie (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Fleming) CAN 40’ Nichelle Prince (right / droit) 2-0 CAN 57’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 3-0 (a. Chapman) CRC 73’ Gloriana Villalobos (left / gauche) 3-1 GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 9 points; JAM 6; CRC 3; CUB 0. 2018 CANADA WNT SEMI / DEMI 2018-10-14 Frisco, TX, USA CAN W 7:0 PAN ConcacafGO ; Toyota Stadium, att. 1,489 Referee / arbitre : Odette Hamilton 200th / 200e match international : Diana Matheson.

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CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan (4 Shelina Zadorsky 64’), 5 Quinn, 2 Allysha Chapman, 7 Julia Grosso (15 Nichelle Prince HT), 8 Diana Matheson, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 16 Janine Beckie, 17 Jessie Fleming, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (19 Adriana Leon 68’). CAN 44’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Beckie) CAN 47’ Jessie Fleming (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Matheson) CAN 49’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 3-0 (a. Prince) CAN 58’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Fleming) CAN 63’ Quinn (left / gauche) 5-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 76’ Adriana Leon (left / gauche) 6-0 (a. Prince) CAN 78’ Adriana Leon (right / droit) 7-0 (a. Prince) Qualified for France 2019 / qualifié pour France 2019 2018 CANADA WNT FINAL / FINALE 2018-10-17 Frisco, TX, USA CAN L 0:2 USA ConcacafGO ; Toyota Stadium, att. 6,986 Referee / arbitre : Lucila Venegas (Brown, Rensch, Guzman). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman (8 Diana Matheson 75’), 5 Quinn, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 17 Jessie Fleming, 15 Nichelle Prince (19 Adriana Leon HT), 16 Janine Beckie (9 Jordyn Huitema 88’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. USA 2’ Rose Lavelle (left / gauche) 0-1 (interception) USA 89’ Alex Morgan (left / gauche) 0-2 (a. Horan) Canada won Concacaf silver / Canada gagne la medaille d’argent

2019 CANADA WNT 2019 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS D’Angelo, Sabrina 2 1 135 4 1 Labbé, Stephanie 11 11 990 7 8 McLeod, Erin 2 2 135 1 1 Sheridan, Kailen 1 1 90 0 1

FIFA WWC 1.FWWC 3.FWWC

2019 CAN WNT Agnew, Lindsay Beckie, Janine Buchanan, Kadeisha Carle, Gabrielle Chapman, Allysha De Filippo, Jessica Fleming, Jessie Gilles, Vanessa Grosso, Julia Hellstrom, Jenna Huitema, Jordyn Kelly, Maegan Lawrence, Ashley Leon, Adriana Matheson, Diana Prince, Nichelle Quinn Riviere, Jayde Rose, Deanne Rose, Jade Schmidt, Sophie Scott, Desiree Sinclair, Christine Smith, Olivia Woeller, Shannon Zadorsky, Shelina

FIFA WWC 1.FWWC 1.FWWC 2.FWWC 1.FWWC 2.FWWC

MP MS MIN G A 4 1 134 15 12 1090 3g 2a 14 13 1215 1g 5 2 206 12 10 725 0 0 0 13 13 1162 2g 1 0 45 7 2 188 3 0 40 1a 10 6 564 1 0 14 15 14 1305 4a 9 1 236 1g 2 1 110 12 10 788 1g 1a 10 4 361 8 3 318 2a 8 3 250 0 0 0 15 13 1195 1g 13 13 1075 15 14 1208 6g 1a 2 0 11 2 1 46 14 14 1215

1.FWWC

2.FWWC 1.FWWC 1.FWWC 1.FWWC 2.FWWC 2.FWWC 1.FWWC 1.FWWC 1.FWWC 1.FWWC 4.FWWC 3.FWWC 5.FWWC Début 1.FWWC 1.FWWC


2019 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2019-02-27 Parchal, POR CAN D 0:0 ISL CanadaSoccerTV ; Estádio Municipal da Bela Vista, att. 300 Referee / arbitre : A. Pustovoytova (Kurochkina, Iugulescu, Venegas). 50th / 50e match international : Janine Beckie. CANADA : 21 GK Kailen Sheridan, 16 Janine Beckie, 5 Quinn, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 11 Desiree Scott (7 Julia Grosso 69’), 8 Diana Matheson (14 Gabrielle Carle 66’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 15 Nichelle Prince (9 Jordyn Huitema 66’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. 2019 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 2019-03-01 Lagos, POR CAN W 1:0 SCO CanadaSoccerTV ; E. Municipal de Lagos, att. 250 Referee / arbitre : Sandra Braz (Rashid, De Almeida, Fortunato). CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 11 Desiree Scott (7 Julia Grosso 75’), 16 Janine Beckie (24 Jenna Hellstrom 83’), 10 Ashley Lawrence, 17 Jessie Fleming, 2 Allysha Chapman (8 Diana Matheson HT, 14 Gabrielle Carle 90’), 9 Jordyn Huitema (19 Adriana Leon 65’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 81’ Christine Sinclair (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-0 GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 4 points; SCO 3; ISL 1. 2019 CANADA WNT ALGARVE 3-4 2019-03-06 São João da Venda, POR CAN D 0:0 SWE (MATCH 3rd/3e) CanadaSoccerTV ; Estádio Algarve, att. 300 Ref. / arbitre : Anna-Marie Keighley (Jones, Salamasina, Jacewcz). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 16 Janine Beckie, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman (22 Lindsay Agnew 70’), 11 Desiree Scott (7 Julia Grosso 70’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 17 Jessie Fleming, 15 Nichelle Prince (6 Deanne Rose 70’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. Canada wins 6-5 on kicks / le Canada gagne 5-3 aux tirs. 2019 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2019-04-05 Manchester, ENG CAN W 1:0 ENG BBC, TSN ; Academy Stadium, att. 5,682 CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman (23 Jayde Riviere 55’), 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt (7 Julia Grosso 75’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 16 Janine Beckie (20 Shannon Woeller 90’), 15 Nichelle Prince (6 Deanne Rose 83’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 81’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) 2019 CANADA WNT 2019-04-08 San Pedro del Pinatar, ESP Pinatar Arena, att. 100

INTERNATIONAL CAN W 2:1 NGA

2019 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2019-05-24 Logroño, ESP CAN D 0:0 ESP La 4, OneSoccer ; Estadio Las Gaunas, att. 4,389 Referee / arbitre : Lizzy Van Der Helm (Bakker, Snoeren, Peeters). 50th / 50e match international : Nichelle Prince. CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 13 Sophie Schmidt (5 Quinn 70’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman (23 Jayde Riviere 70’), 11 Desiree Scott, 16 Janine Beckie (9 Jordyn Huitema HT), 17 Jessie Fleming, 15 Nichelle Prince (19 Adriana Leon 70’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt.

2019 FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP

CANADA SOCCER

2019 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2019-05-18 Toronto, ON, CAN CAN W 3:0 MEX TSN, RDS, OneSoccer ; BMO Field, att. 19,610 Referee / arbitre : Crystal Sobers (Rensch, Fortin, Apt) 75th / 75e match international : Ashley Lawrence. CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 5 Quinn (7 Julia Grosso 63’), 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman (23 Jayde Riviere 74’), 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 17 Jessie Fleming (14 Gabrielle Carle 82’), 15 Nichelle Prince (6 Deanne Rose 63’), 16 Janine Beckie (19 Adriana Leon 74’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (9 Jordyn Huitema 74’). CAN 20’ Jessie Fleming (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 53’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Beckie) CAN 83’ Adriana Leon (head / tête) 3-0 (a. Lawrence)

CANADA MNT

2019 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2019-01-22 La Manga, ESP CAN W 1:0 NOR CanadaSoccerTV ; La Manga Stadium, att. 100 Referee / arbitre : Maria Marinez (Pino, Garcia, Acevedo). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott (24 Jenna Hellstrom 62’), 7 Julia Grosso (13 Sophie Schmidt HT), 17 Jessie Fleming, 15 Nichelle Prince (9 Jordyn Huitema 62’), 6 Deanne Rose (5 Quinn 62’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (16 Janine Beckie 83’). CAN 66’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Hellstrom)

FUTSAL - PARA

2019-01-17 Canada 0:0 Switzerland Training match, not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international.

Referee / arbitre : Marta Frias Acedo (Porras, Cabanero, Gonzalez). 50th / 50e match international : Shelina Zadorsky. CANADA : 18 GK Erin McLeod (21 GK Sabrina D’Angelo HT), 23 Jayde Riviere (2 Allysha Chapman 72’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 11 Desiree Scott capt., 7 Julia Grosso (13 Sophie Schmidt HT), 17 Jessie Fleming, 15 Nichelle Prince (6 Deanne Rose 72’), 16 Janine Beckie (24 Jenna Hellstrom 85’), 9 Jordyn Huitema (12 Christine Sinclair HT). NGA 27’ Desire Oparanozie (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Kanu) CAN 47’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Riviere) CAN 53’ Sophie Schmidt (head / tête) 2-1 (a. Riviere)

FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA, France 2019 Coach / entraîneur Kenneth Heiner-Møller Place : 11th / 11e 2019 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE E 2019-06-10 Montpellier, FRA CAN W 1:0 CMR CTV, TSN, RDS ; Stade de la Mosson, att. 10,710 Referee / arbitre : Ri Hyang Ok (Hong, Kim, Liang). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 15 Nichelle Prince (6 Deanne Rose 75’), 16 Janine Beckie, 17 Jessie Fleming, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 45’ Kadeisha Buchanan (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Beckie CK)

CANADA WNT

Coach / entraîneur Kenneth Heiner-Møller

2019 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE E 2019-06-15 Grenoble, FRA CAN W 2:0 NZL CTV, TSN, RDS ; Stade des Alpes, att. 14,856 Ref. / arbitre : Yoshimi Yamashita (Teshirogi, Bozono, Jacewicz). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 8 Jayde Riviere (2 Allysha Chapman 75’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 16 Janine Beckie (5 Quinn 83’), 15 Nichelle Prince (19 Adriana Leon 84’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 48’ Jessie Fleming (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Prince) CAN 79’ Nichelle Prince (left / gauche) 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) Ten-match unbeaten streak / 10 matchs sans défaite

HALL of FAME

2019 INTERNATIONALS

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2019 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE E 2019-06-20 Reims, FRA CAN L 1:2 NED CTV, TSN, RDS ; Stade Auguste-Delaune, att. 19,277 Referee / arbitre : Stephanie Frappart (Nicolosi, O’Neill, Whybra). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 2 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman (8 Jayde Riviere 69’), 11 Desiree Scott (5 Quinn 79’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 9 Jordyn Huitema, 16 Janine Beckie, 17 Jessie Fleming, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (19 Adriana Leon 68’). NED 54’ Anouk Dekker (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Spitse FK) CAN 60’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Lawrence) NED 75’ Beerensteyn (left / gauche) 1-2 (a. Van Lunteren) GROUP / GROUPE : NED 9 points; CAN 6; CMR 3; NZL 0.

CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky (24 Vanessa Gilles HT), 2 Allysha Chapman (5 Quinn HT), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 14 Gabrielle Carle (22 Lindsay Agnew 83’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (26 Olivia Smith 83’) 9 Jordyn Huitema (19 Adriana Leon 75’), 16 Janine Beckie, 6 Deanne Rose (15 Nichelle Prince 42’). CAN 35’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Lawrence) CAN 63’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 67’ Janine Beckie (left / gauche) 3-0 (a. Lawrence)

2019 CANADA WNT R16 2019-06-24 Paris, FRA CAN L 0:1 SWE CTV, TSN, RDS ; Parc des Princes, att. 38,078 Referee / arbitre : Kate Jacewicz (Nesbitt, Mariscal, Braz). 50th / 50e match international : Quinn. CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman (8 Jayde Riviere 84’), 11 Desiree Scott, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 15 Nichelle Prince (19 Adriana Leon 64’), 16 Janine Beckie (5 Quinn 84’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. SWE 55’ Stina Blackstenius (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Asllani) Penalty save 69’ / arrête par SWE GK Hedvig Lindahl

2020 CAN WNT MP MS MIN GA CS D’Angelo, Sabrina 1 1 90 0 1 Labbé, Stephanie 5 5 450 5 3 Sheridan, Kailen 2 2 180 1 1

OQ 2.OQ 2.OQ 1.OQ

2020 CAN WNT MP MS MIN G A Beckie, Janine 7 6 558 4g 2a Buchanan, Kadeisha 6 6 525 1a Carle, Gabrielle 5 3 259 Chapman, Allysha 6 4 358 Fleming, Jessie 7 6 514 1g Gilles, Vanessa 1 1 90 Grosso, Julia 5 2 166 1a Hellstrom, Jenna 0 0 0 Huitema, Jordyn 8 3 380 7g 1a Lawrence, Ashley 8 6 610 2g 1a Leon, Adriana 3 2 155 4g 1a Matheson, Diana 3 0 88 1g 1a Prince, Nichelle 4 1 200 1a Quinn 5 3 288 Riviere, Jayde 6 6 399 1g 3a Rose, Deanne 5 3 251 1g 3a Schmidt, Sophie 8 8 658 Scott, Desiree 8 6 554 2a Sinclair, Christine 7 7 517 3g Smith, Olivia 0 0 0 Zadorsky, Shelina 7 7 630 1g 2a

OQ 2.OQ 2.OQ 2.OQ 2.OQ 2.OQ

2019 INTERNATIONALS Coach / entraîneur Kenneth Heiner-Møller 2019 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2019-10-06 Shizuoka, JPN CAN L 0:4 JPN CanadaSoccerTV ; IAI Stadium Nihondaira, att. 8,123 Referee / arbitre : Law Bik Chi (Chan, Lu, Koizumi). CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 5 Quinn (16 Janine Beckie HT), 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 11 Desiree Scott, 23 Jayde Riviere (23 Lindsay Agnew 73’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 13 Sophie Schmidt (19 Adriana Leon 60’), 10 Ashley Lawrence, 9 Jordyn Huitema, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. JPN 6’ Mana Iwabuchi (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Nakajima) JPN 65’ Yuka Momiki (right / droit) 0-2 JPN 71’ Yui Hasegawa (right / droit) 0-3 (a. Iwabuchi) JPN 90’+ Rikako Kobayashi (right / droit) 0-4 2019-10-07 Canada 0:0 Japan Training match, not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international. 2019 CANADA WNT INTERNATIONAL 2019-11-07 Yongchuan, CHN CAN L 0:4 BRA Olympic Sports Center, att. 4,823 Referee / arbitre : Cha Minji. CANADA : 21 GK Sabrina D’Angelo, 22 Lindsay Agnew, 20 Shannon Woeller (3 Kadeisha Buchanan HT), 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 14 Gabrielle Carle, 5 Quinn (10 Ashley Lawrence HT), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 6 Deanne Rose (15 Nichelle Prince 59’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (16 Janine Beckie HT), 19 Adriana Leon (25 Maegan Kelly 76’), 9 Jordyn Huitema (26 Olivia Smith 86’ début). BRA 12’ Chú (right / droit) 0-1 (interception) BRA 24’ Formiga (head / tête) 0-2 (a. Marta) BRA 42’ Bia Zaneratto (left / gauche) 0-3 (a. Marta) BRA 58’ Bia Zaneratto (left / gauche) 0-4 (a. Tamires) 2019 CANADA WNT 2019-11-10 Yongchuan, CHN Olympic Sports Center, att. 8,963

186

INTERNATIONAL CAN W 3:0 NZL

2020 CANADA WNT

1.OQ 1.OQ 2.OQ 1.OQ 2.OQ 2.OQ 1.OQ 2.OQ 4.OQ 3.OQ 5.OQ 2.OQ

2020 CONCACAF OLYMPIC QUAL. 2020 Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship Qualification olympique féminine de la Concacaf Coach / entraîneur Kenneth Heiner-Møller Place : 2nd / 2e Golden Boot / meilleures buteuse Jordyn Huitema Golden Glove / meilleure gardienne Stephanie Labbé Best XI / Meilleure XI Stephanie Labbé, Ashley Lawrence, Kadeisha Buchanan, Jordyn Huitema Canada qualified for the Japan 2020 Women’s Olympic Football Tournament, which was later postponed until 2021 / Le Canada se qualifie pour le Tournoi Olympique de Football Féminine, Japon 2020 2020 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2020-01-29 Edinburg, TX, USA CAN W 11:0 SKN OneSoccer ; H-E-B Park, att. 820 Referee / arbitre : Crystal Sobers (Rensch, Perello, Borjas) CANADA : 18 GK Kailen Sheridan; 8 Jayde Riviere (5 Quinn 62’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 7 Julia Grosso (11 Desiree Scott 62’), 14 Gabrielle Carle, 17 Jessie Fleming, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (9 Jordyn Huitema 47’). CAN 7’ Christine Sinclair (PK right / droit) 1-0 CAN 12’ Adriana Leon (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Riviere)


2020 CANADA WNT SEMI / DEMI 2020-02-07 Carson, CA, USA CAN W 3:1 CRC OneSoccer ; Health Dignity Park, att. 4,653 Referee / arbitre : Lucila Venegas (Garcia, Nesbitt, Koroleva) CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé; 16 Janine Beckie, 2 Allysha Chapman, 13 Sophie Schmidt, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 10 Ashley Lawrence, 11 Desiree Scott, 17 Jessie Fleming (6 Deanne Rose 64’), 9 Jordyn Huitema, 12 Christine Sinclair capt. CAN 72’ Jordyn Huitema (right / droit) 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) Qualified for Japan 2020 / qualifié pour le Japon 2020

2010-01-20 Canada 1:1 Haiti Canada goal / but par Adriana Leon Training match, not recognised as a full international Pas reconnu comme un véritable international. 2020 CANADA WNT FRANCE 2020-03-04 Calais, FRA CAN L 0:1 FRA OneSoccer ; Stade de l’Épopée, att. 7,054 Referee / arbitre : Riem Hussein (Biehl, Rafalski, Bartnik) 75th / 75e match international : Jessie Fleming. CANADA : 18 GK Kailen Sheridan; 23 Jayde Riviere (14 Gabrielle Carle 83’), 2 Allysha Chapman (17 Jessie Fleming HT), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 5 Quinn, 11 Desiree Scott (7 Julia Grosso 83’), 10 Ashley Lawrence, 16 Janine Beckie (8 Diana Matheson 83’), 9 Jordyn Huitema (15 Nichelle Prince 70’), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. FRA 55’ Viviane Asseyi (FK right / droit) 0-1 2020 CANADA WNT FRANCE 2020-03-07 Calais, FRA CAN D 0:0 NED OneSoccer ; Stade de l’Épopée, att. 7,054 Referee / arbitre : Florence Guillemin (Bartnik, Maubacq, Beyer) CANADA : 20 GK Sabrina D’Angelo; 10 Ashley Lawrence, 24 Vanessa Gilles, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman, 11 Desiee Scott (7 Julia Grosso 65’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 13 Sophie Schmidt (8 Diana Matheson HT), 6 Deanne Rose (16 Janine Beckie 65’), 19 Adriana Leon (15 Nichelle Prince HT), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (9 Jordyn Huitema HT). 2020 CANADA WNT FRANCE 2020-03-10 Calais, FRA CAN D 2:2 BRA OneSoccer ; Stade de l’Épopée, att. 5 Ref / arbitre : Stéphanie Frappart (Nicolosi, Soriano, Vanderstichel) CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé; 23 Jayde Riviere (8 Diana Matheson 54’), 14 Gabrielle Carle (2 Allysha Chapman HT), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 5 Quinn, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 7 Julia Grosso (11 Desiree Scott HT), 17 Jessie Fleming (10 Ashley Lawrence HT), 16 Janine Beckie, 6 Deanne Rose (15 Nichelle Prince HT), 12 Christine Sinclair capt. (9 Jordyn Huitema 89’). BRA 8’ Marta (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Beatriz) BRA 18’ Ludmila (right / droit) 0-2 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 73’ Diana Matheson (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Prince) CAN 86’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 2-2 (a. Matheson) FINAL / FINALE : FRA 7 points ; NED 3 ; CAN 2 ; BRA 2.

2020 CANADA WNT FINAL / FINALE 2020-02-07 Carson, CA, USA CAN L 0:3 USA OneSoccer ; Health Dignity Park, att. 17,489 Referee / arbitre : Tatiana Guzman (Gomez, Deane, Gonzalez)

187

CANADA SOCCER CANADA MNT

Coach / entraîneur Kenneth Heiner-Møller

FUTSAL - PARA

2020 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2020-02-04 Edinburg, TX, USA CAN W 2:0 MEX OneSoccer ; H-E-B Park, att. 2,538 Referee / arbitre : Ekaterina Koroleva (Mariscal, Mayo, Guzman). CANADA : 18 GK Stephanie Labbé, 7 Rhian Wilkinson capt, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan (3 Diana Matheson 62’), 4 Shelina Zadorsky (13 Sophie Schmidt 48’), 2 Allysha Chapman (10 Ashley Lawrence 56’), 5 Quinn, 17 Jessie Fleming, 15 Nichelle Prince, 16 Gabrielle Carle, 19 Janine Beckie, 14 Melissa Tancredi. CAN 4’ Melissa Tancredi (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Prince) CAN 27’ Gabrielle Carle (right / droit) 2-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 36’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Chapman) CAN 43’ Nichelle Prince (right / droit) 4-0 (interception) CAN 45’ Quinn (PK right foot / pied droit) 5-0 CAN 49’ Quinn (right / droit) 6-0 (a. Tancredi) CAN 52’ Quinn (head / tête) 7-0 (a. Tancredi) CAN 84’ Nichelle Prince (right / droit) 8-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 86’ Melissa Tancredi (right / droit) 9-0 (interception) CAN 88’ Nichelle Prince (right / droit) 10-0 (a. Carle) GROUP / GROUPE : CAN 9 points ; MEX 6 ; JAM 3; SKN 0.

2020 INTERNATIONALS

CANADA WNT

2020 CANADA WNT GROUP / GROUPE B 2020-02-01 Edinburg, TX, USA CAN W 9:0 JAM OneSoccer ; H-E-B Park, att. 2,010 Referee / arbitre : Melissa Borjas (Mariscal, Deane, Koroleva). 150th / 150e match international : Desiree Scott. CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé; 8 Jayde Riviere, 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 2 Allysha Chapman (14 Gabrielle Carle 63’), 11 Desiree Scott capt. (7 Julia Grosso 63’), 13 Sophie Schmidt, 10 Ashley Lawrence (19 Adriana Leon 70’), 6 Deanne Rose, 16 Janine Beckie, 9 Jordyn Huitema. CAN 10’ Jordyn Huitema (right / droit) 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 16’ Deanne Rose (body / corps) 2-0 (a. Beckie) CAN 44’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Huitema) CAN 51’ Janine Beckie (left / gauche) 4-0 (a. Scott) CAN 55’ Jordyn Huitema (head / tête) 5-0 (a. Rose) CAN 62’ Jordyn Huitema (right / droit) 6-0 (a. Beckie) CAN 66’ Janine Beckie (right / droit) 7-0 (a. Rose) CAN 81’ Jordyn Huitema (head / tête) 8-0 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 90’+ Jordyn Huitema (right / droit) 9-0 (a. Rose)

100th / 100e match international : Kadeisha Buchanan. CANADA : 1 GK Stephanie Labbé; 8 Jayde Riviere (6 Deanne Rose 65’), 10 Ashley Lawrence, 13 Sophie Schmidt (9 Jordyn Huitema 73’), 3 Kadeisha Buchanan, 4 Shelina Zadorsky, 11 Desiree Scott, 5 Quinn (2 Allysha Chapman 65’), 17 Jessie Fleming, 12 Christine Sinclair capt., 16 Janine Beckie. USA 60’ Lynn Williams (right / droit) 0-1 (interception) USA 71’ Lindsey Horan (left / gauche) 0-2 (a. Williams) USA 87’ Megan Rapinoe (left / gauche) 0-3 (a. Williams) Canada won Concacaf silver / Canada gagne la medaille d’argent

HALL of FAME

CAN 18’ Ashley Lawrence (left / gauche) 3-0 (a. Grosso) CAN 23’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Leon) World record 185th goal / 185e but par Christine Sinclair CAN 26’ Adriana Leon (left / gauche) 5-0 (a. Zadorsky) CAN 40’ Jayde Riviere (right / droit) 6-0 (interception) CAN 43’ Adriana Leon (left / gauche) 7-0 (a. Lawrence) CAN 54’ Jessie Fleming (right / droit) 8-0 (a. Zadorsky) CAN 57’ Ashley Lawrence (left / gauche) 9-0 (a. Riviere) CAN 74’ Jordyn Huitema (head / tête) 10-0 (a. Leon CK) CAN 80’ Adriana Leon (right / droit) 11-0 (a. Scott)


CHRISTINE SINCLAIR • #SINCY185 PK = Penalty. FK = Free Kick / coup franc. Distance >>>> = outside 18-yard box / extérieur surface de réparation. Distance <18y = inside 18-yard box / intérieur = surface de réparation. Distance <6y = inside the six-yard box / intérieur surface de but. # 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

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DATE COMPETITION 2000-03-14 Algarve Cup 2000-03-18 Algarve Cup 2000-03-18 Algarve Cup 2000-05-31 Pacific Cup 2000-06-02 Pacific Cup 2000-06-04 Pacific Cup 2000-06-08 Pacific Cup 2000-06-08 Pacific Cup 2000-06-10 Pacific Cup 2000-06-24 Concacaf Gold Cup 2000-06-24 Concacaf Gold Cup 2000-06-28 Concacaf Gold Cup 2000-06-28 Concacaf Gold Cup 2000-06-28 Concacaf Gold Cup 2000-11-11 International Friendly 2001-02-10 International Friendly 2001-03-11 Algarve Cup 2001-03-13 Algarve Cup 2001-03-13 Algarve Cup 2001-03-17 Algarve Cup 2001-06-30 International Friendly 2002-03-03 Algarve Cup 2002-03-03 Algarve Cup 2002-03-05 Algarve Cup 2002-03-05 Algarve Cup

OPP. GOAL NOR goal DEN goal DEN goal NZL goal USA goal AUS goal CHN goal CHN goal JPN head MEX <18y left MEX <6y head GUA <18y right GUA >>>> right GUA goal USA >>>> left MAR goal USA goal SWE goal SWE goal CHN goal USA <18y right WAL goal WAL goal POR goal POR goal

# 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50.

DATE COMPETITION OPP. GOAL 2002-10-30 Concacaf Champ HAI <18y right 2002-10-30 Concacaf Champ HAI <18y left 2002-10-30 Concacaf Champ HAI <6y right 2002-10-30 Concacaf Champ HAI <6y left 2002-11-01 Concacaf Champ JAM <18y right 2002-11-01 Concacaf Champ JAM <18y right 2002-11-03 Concacaf Champ CRC <6y head 2003-03-20 Algarve Cup GRE goal 2003-03-20 Algarve Cup GRE goal 2003-03-20 Algarve Cup GRE goal 2003-04-26 International Friendly USA >>>> right 2003-06-12 International Friendly MEX goal 2003-06-15 International Friendly MEX goal 2003-08-16 International Friendly GHA goal 2003-08-31 International Friendly MEX goal 2003-09-20 FIFA Women’s World Cup GER <18y head 2003-09-27 FIFA Women’s World Cup JPN <6y head 2003-10-11 FIFA Women’s World Cup USA <18y right 2004-02-01 Four Nations Tournament SWE goal 2004-02-26 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying JAM left 2004-02-26 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying JAM goal 2004-02-26 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying JAM goal 2004-03-05 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying CRC goal 2004-03-05 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying CRC goal 2005-04-24 International Friendly GER goal


189

CANADA SOCCER CANADA MNT

OPP. GOAL BRA head SWE <6y body HAI <18y right HAI <18y left HAI <18y left HAI PK right CUB PK right CRC <6y left CRC <18y right MEX <18y left MEX >>>> right SCO goal ITA goal BRA <18y left BRA <18y left CHN <18y left COL goal NZL goal BRA goal RSA <18y head RSA <18y right GBR >>>> FK r. USA <18y right USA <18y head USA <18y head FIN PK right NED >>>> right KOR <6y head SCO <18y left SWE <18y right MEX <6y right CHN PK right CHN <18y right SCO >>>> right KOR <18y right CHN PK right ENG <6y left MEX <18y right MEX <18y right TRI <18y left TRI <18y right CRC <18y right CRC <18y left NED <18y right AUS >>>> right ZIM PK right BRA <18y right DEN <18y left RUS <18y left CRC PK right NOR <18y right RUS PK right KOR <6y right KOR <18y left GER <18y head CUB <18y right CRC <18y left PAN <18y head PAN <18y head NOR <18y head SCO PK right ENG <6y right MEX <18y left NED <6y left NZL <18y head SKN PK right SKN <18y right MEX <18y right

FUTSAL - PARA

# DATE COMPETITION 119. 2011-10-27 Pan American Games 120. 2011-11-22 International Friendly 121. 2012-01-19 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying 122. 2012-01-19 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying 123. 2012-01-19 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying 124. 2012-01-19 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying 125. 2012-01-21 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying 126. 2012-01-23 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying 127. 2012-01-23 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying 128. 2012-01-27 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying 129. 2012-01-27 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying 130. 2012-02-28 Cyprus Cup 131. 2012-03-01 Cyprus Cup 132. 2012-03-24 International Friendly 133. 2012-03-24 International Friendly 134. 2012-05-30 International Friendly 135. 2012-07-09 International Friendly 136. 2012-07-14 Match world Cup 137. 2012-07-17 Match world Cup 138. 2012-07-28 Olympic Football 139. 2012-07-28 Olympic Football 140. 2012-08-03 Olympic Football 141. 2012-08-06 Olympic Football 142. 2012-08-06 Olympic Football 143. 2012-08-06 Olympic Football 144. 2013-03-08 Cyprus Cup 145. 2013-03-11 Cyprus Cup 146. 2013-10-30 International Friendly 147. 2013-12-12 Torneio Internacional 148. 2014-11-26 International Friendly 149. 2015-01-13 International Friendly 150. 2015-01-15 International Friendly 151. 2015-01-15 International Friendly 152. 2015-03-04 Cyprus Cup 153. 2015-03-06 Cyprus Cup 154. 2015-06-06 FIFA Women’s World Cup 155. 2015-06-27 FIFA Women’s World Cup 156. 2015-12-09 Torneio Internacional 157. 2015-12-09 Torneio Internacional 158. 2015-12-13 Torneio Internacional 159. 2016-02-14 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying 160. 2016-02-19 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying 161. 2016-02-19 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying 162. 2016-04-10 International Friendly 163. 2016-08-03 Olympic Football 164. 2016-08-06 Olympic Football 165. 2016-08-19 Olympic Football 166. 2017-03-01 Algarve Cup 167. 2017-03-03 Algarve Cup 168. 2017-06-08 International Friendly 169. 2017-11-28 International Friendly 170. 2018-03-02 Algarve Cup 171. 2018-03-05 Algarve Cup 172. 2018-03-05 Algarve Cup 173. 2018-06-10 International Friendly 174. 2018-10-08 Concacaf Championship 175. 2018-10-11 Concacaf Championship 176. 2018-10-14 Concacaf Championship 177. 2018-10-14 Concacaf Championship 178. 2019-01-22 International Friendly 179. 2019-03-01 Algarve Cup 180. 2019-04-05 International Friendly 181. 2019-05-18 International Friendly 182. 2019-06-20 FIFA Women’s World Cup 183. 2019-11-10 International Friendly 184. 2020-01-29 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying 185. 2020-01-29 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying 186. 2020-02-04 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying

CANADA WNT

OPP. GOAL DEN goal DEN goal SWE goal MEX goal MEX goal SWE goal FRA goal FRA PK right ITA goal ITA goal KOR goal KOR goal KOR goal BRA goal JAM <18y left JAM <18y right CHN goal USA <18y right NZL goal NZL goal NZL goal URU goal URU goal URU goal JAM goal JAM goal JAM goal JAM goal MEX goal GHA <6y head GHA <18y right AUS <6y head JPN PK right JPN goal JPN goal TRI goal ARG <18y right ARG <18y head KOR >>>> right KOR >>>> right NZL >>>> left BRA <18y right NZL goal CHN <18y right USA >>>> right NED goal NED goal RUS goal ENG goal POL <18y left SUI PK right CHN <18y goal GUY <18y right GUY <6y right GUY <18y left GUY >>>> left CRC <6y left MEX PK right NED goal NED goal MEX goal BRA >>>> left CHN goal CHN goal SWE >>>> left ENG goal GER >>>> FK r. CRC right

HALL of FAME

# DATE COMPETITION 51. 2005-05-25 International Friendly 52. 2005-05-25 International Friendly 53. 2005-05-28 International Friendly 54. 2006-02-23 International Friendly 55. 2006-02-23 International Friendly 56. 2006-07-18 International Friendly 57. 2006-08-26 International Friendly 58. 2006-08-29 International Friendly 59. 2006-10-28 Peace Queen Cup 60. 2006-10-28 Peace Queen Cup 61. 2006-10-30 Peace Queen Cup 62. 2006-10-30 Peace Queen Cup 63. 2006-10-30 Peace Queen Cup 64. 2006-11-01 Peace Queen Cup 65. 2006-11-22 Concacaf Champ 66. 2006-11-22 Concacaf Champ 67. 2007-05-03 International Friendly 68. 2007-05-12 International Friendly 69. 2007-06-03 International Friendly 70. 2007-06-03 International Friendly 71. 2007-06-06 International Friendly 72. 2007-07-14 Pan American Games 73. 2007-07-14 Pan American Games 74. 2007-07-14 Pan American Games 75. 2007-07-18 Pan American Games 76. 2007-07-18 Pan American Games 77. 2007-07-18 Pan American Games 78. 2007-07-18 Pan American Games 79. 2007-07-26 Pan American Games 80. 2007-09-15 FIFA Women’s World Cup 81. 2007-09-15 FIFA Women’s World Cup 82. 2007-09-20 FIFA Women’s World Cup 83. 2008-03-07 Cyprus Cup 84. 2008-03-07 Cyprus Cup 85. 2008-03-07 Cyprus Cup 86. 2008-04-02 Concacaf Oly. Qualifying 87. 2008-06-14 Peace Queen Cup 88. 2008-06-14 Peace Queen Cup 89. 2008-06-16 Peace Queen Cup 90. 2008-06-16 Peace Queen Cup 91. 2008-06-18 Peace Queen Cup 92. 2008-07-10 International Friendly 93. 2008-07-26 International Friendly 94. 2008-08-09 Olympic Football 95. 2008-08-15 Olympic Football 96. 2009-03-07 Cyprus Cup 97. 2009-03-07 Cyprus Cup 98. 2009-03-10 Cyprus Cup 99. 2009-03-12 Cyprus Cup 100. 2010-02-20 International Friendly 101. 2010-02-24 Cyprus Cup 102. 2010-09-30 International Friendly 103. 2010-10-31 Concacaf Championship 104. 2010-10-31 Concacaf Championship 105. 2010-10-31 Concacaf Championship 106. 2010-10-31 Concacaf Championship 107. 2010-11-05 Concacaf Championship 108. 2010-11-08 Concacaf Championship 109. 2010-12-09 II Torneio Internacional 110. 2010-12-09 II Torneio Internacional 111. 2010-12-12 II Torneio Internacional 112. 2010-12-19 II Torneio Internacional 113. 2011-01-21 Four Nation Tournament 114. 2011-01-21 Four Nation Tournament 115. 2011-01-25 Four Nation Tournament 116. 2011-03-07 Cyprus Cup 117. 2011-06-26 FIFA Women’s World Cup 118. 2011-10-18 Pan American Games


WOMEN’S YOUTH TEAMS / ÉQUIPES FÉMININES JUVÉNILES CONCACAF YOUTH CHAMPIONS / CHAMPIONS DE LA CONCACAF Concacaf Women’s Under-20 Championship / Championnat féminin U-20 Concacaf Women’s Under-17 Championship / Championnat féminin U-17 Concacaf Girls’ Under-15 Championship / Championnat féminin U-15

2004 & 2008 2010 2014

FIFA WORLD CUPS / LES COUPES DU MONDE DE LA FIFA FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup / .. Féminine U-20 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup / .. Féminine U-17

Concacaf U-15 to/ à U-20 : FIFA U-17 to/à U-20 :

62-7-18 20-8-22

2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2012, 2014, 2016 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018

v Concacaf v CONMEBOL v OFC

62-7-20 3-2-3 1-0-1

v AFC v UEFA v CAF

6-1-6 5-4-7 5-1-3

CANADA YOUTH TEAMS / ÉQUIPES JUVÉNILES FIFA U-17 to/à U-20 FIFA U-19 / U-20 Canada 2002 Thailand 2004 Russia 2006 Chile 2008 Japan 2012 Canada 2014 Papua New Guinea 2016 :: 2002 - 2016

FINAL Silver 2nd / 12 5th / 12 10th / 16 11th / 16 11th / 16 6th / 16 15th / 16 11W-2D-13L

FIFA U-19 / U-20 HONOURS Golden Ball / Ballon d’or Sinclair, Christine Canada 2002 Golden Shoe / Soulier d’or Sinclair, Christine Canada 2002 Timko Baxter, Brittany Thailand 2004 All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles McLeod, Erin Canada 2002 Chapman, Candace Canada 2002 Moscato, Carmelina Canada 2002 Sinclair, Christine Canada 2002 Timko Baxter, Brittany Thailand 2004 Buchanan, Kadeisha Canada 2014 FIFA U-17 New Zealand 2008 Trinidad and Tobago 2010 Azerbaijan 2012 Costa Rica 2014 Jordan 2016 Uruguay 2018 :: 2008 - 2016

FINAL 7th / 16 10th / 16 7th / 16 8th / 16 9th / 16 4th / 16 9W-6D-9L

FIFA U-17 to/à U-20 GOALS Goals scored at the FIFA youth tournaments / Les buts marqués au cours des tournois

190

juvéniles de la FIFA Sinclair, Christine (2002) Timko, Brittany (2004) Huitema, Jordyn (2016, 2018) Lang, Kara (2002, 2004) Levasseur, Marie (2014) Leon, Adriana (2012) Robinson, Jodi-Ann (2004, 2006) Beckie, Janine (2014) Ezurike, Nkem (2008) Kazandjian, Lara (2018) Lam-Feist, Monica (2008) Maranda, Véronique (2004) Prince, Nichelle (2012, 2014) Sanderson, Valérie (2012, 2014)

10 7 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

CONCACAF U-15 to/à U-20 Concacaf U-19 / U-20 Canada 2004 Mexico 2006 Mexico 2008 Guatemala 2010 Panama 2012 Honduras 2015 Trinidad and Tobago 2018 Dominican Republic 2020 :: 2004 - 2018

FINALE 1st 2nd 1st 4th 2nd 2nd 4th QF 29W-3D-8L

CONCACAF U-17 Trinidad and Tobago 2008 Costa Rica 2010 Guatemala 2012

FINALE 3rd 1st 2nd

Jamaica 2013 Grenada 2016 Nicaragua / USA 2018 :: 2008 - 2018

2nd 3rd 3rd 20W-2D-8L

Concacaf U-15 Cayman Islands 2014 USA 2016 USA 2018 :: 2014 - 2018

FINALE 1st 2nd 5th 13W-2D-2L

CONCACAF U-15 to/à U-20 Huitema, Jordyn (2016-18) Akindoju, Teni (2014-16) Jamani, Aysha (2004-06) Stratigakis, Sarah (2014-16) Robinson, Jodi-Ann (2004-08) Clarke, Summer (2012) Flynn, Shana (2014-18) Kennedy, Sydney (2016) Métivier, Marie-Mychèle (2013) Raimondo, Lauren (2014-16) Riviere, Jayde (2016-18) Bellerose, Alexie (2018) Borgmann, Emily (2013) Boychuk, Tanya (2018-20) Cameron, Tiffany (2008) Ibrahim, Anyssa (2014) Levasseur, Marie (2013) Richardson, Jenna (2010-12) Several / plusieurs

BUTS 16 11 9 9 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4


1999 CANADA SEMI / DEMI 1999-08-02 Winnipeg, MB, CAN canw D 2:2 MEX CAN 28’ Shannon Tanaka 1-0 CAN 64’ Kelly Haxton 2-0 MEX 66’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 2-1 (o.g.) MEX 81’ Fatima Leyva 2-2 Mexico wins 4-3 on kicks / le Mexique gagne 4-3 aux tirs 1999 CANADA MATCH 3-4 1999-08-04 Winnipeg, MB, CAN canw D 1:1 CRC CAN 27’ Katie Lee 1-0 CRC 67’ Ericka Castro 1-1 Red card / carton rouge 81’ Cindy Walsh Red card / carton rouge 120’ CRC Melissa Lopez Costa Rica wins 4-3 on kicks / Costa Rica gagne aux tirs

2002 CANADA

w19

2002 FIFA U-20 WORLD CUP FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship Canada 2002 Championnat du Monde U-19 de la FIFA, Canada 2002 Coach / entraîneur Ian Bridge Silver / argent Golden Ball / ballon d’or Christine Sinclair Golden Shoe / soulier d’or Christine Sinclair All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Erin McLeod, Candace Chapman, Carmelina Moscato, Christine Sinclair 2002 FIFA U-19s GROUP / GROUPE A 2002-08-18 Edmonton, AB, CAN canw19 W 3:2 DEN Commonwealth Stadium, att. 25,000 CAN 15’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Lang)

2002 FIFA U-19s FINAL / FINALE 2002-09-01 Edmonton, AB, CAN canw19 L 0:1 USA (FINAL / FINALE) Commonwealth Stadium, att. 47,784 (record) USA 109’ e.t. Lindsay Tarpley (right / droit) 0-1 Canada wins silver / Canada gagne la médaille d’argent

2003-04 CANADA w19-w23

CANADA SOCCER

2002 FIFA U-19s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2002-08-25 Edmonton, AB, CAN canw19 W 6:2 ENG (QF) Commonwealth Stadium, att. 23,595 CAN 5’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Moscato CK) CAN 36’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Moscato) CAN 45’ Katie Thorlakson (left / gauche) 3-0 (a. Sinclair) CAN 52’ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 4-0 ENG 65’ Ellen Maggs (right / droit) 4-1 (interception) ENG 80’ Emily Westwood (left / gauche) 4-2 CAN 90’+1 Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 5-2 (a. ..) CAN 90+3 Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 6-2 (rebound / rebonde) 2002-08-29 Edmonton, AB, CAN canw19 D 1:1 BRA (SEMI / DEMI) Commonwealth Stadium, att. 37,194 CAN 45’+1 Clare Rustad (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Booth CK) BRA 69’ Marta (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Tatiana) Canada wins 4-3 on kicks / le Canada gagne 4-3 aux tirs

CANADA MNT

1999 CANADA GROUP / GROUPE A 1999-07-23 Winnipeg, MB, CAN canw W 7:1 TRI CAN 5’ Kelly Haxton 1-0 CAN 13’ Shannon Tanaka 2-0 CAN 16’ Sarah Barradas 3-0 CAN 21’ Sarah Barradas 4-0 CAN 35’ Kelly Haxton 5-0 CAN 40’ Sarah Barradas 6-0 TRI 72’ Kamara Charles 6-1 CAN 79’ Clare Rustad 7-1 Red card / carton rouge TRI 76’ Denisse Alfred 1999-07-25 Winnipeg, MB, CAN canw W 3:0 CRC CAN 2’ Sarah Barradas 1-0 CAN 43’ Sarah Barradas 2-0 CAN 84’ Kelly Hemsley 3-0 1999-07-27 Winnipeg, MB, CAN canw W 3:2 MEX MEX 35’ Iris Adriana Mora 0-1 CAN 37’ Kami Wiebe 1-1 CAN 45’+ Sarah Barradas 2-1 MEX 58’ Iris Adriana Mora 2-2 CAN 78’ Sarah Barradas 3-2 Red card / carton rouge 90’ Kelly Hemsley 1999-07-31 Winnipeg, MB, CAN canw L 0:3 USA USA 7’ Lori Lindsey 0-1 USA 44’ Cat Whitehill 0-2 (rebound / rebonde) USA 56’ Kim Patrick 0-3 (a. Wallis)

FUTSAL - PARA

Pan American Games / Jeux panaméricains, Winnipeg 1999 Coach / entraîneur Neil Turnbull Place : 4th / 4e

2003 PAN AMERICAN GAMES Pan American Games / Jeux panaméricains, Santo Domingo 2003 Coach / entraîneur Ian Bridge Silver / argent 2003 CANADA U-23 2003-08-05 San Cristóbal, DOM CAN 5’ Katie Thorlakson 1-0 CAN 16’ Kristina Kiss (PK) 2-0 CAN 20’ Lisa Collison 3-0 CAN 55’ Katie Thorlakson 4-0 HAI 62’ Viola Nord 4-1 2003-08-08 San Cristóbal, DOM BRA 12’ Renata Costa 0-1 BRA 17’ Formiga 0-2 Red card / carton rouge 19’ Tanya Dennis BRA 29’ Marta 0-3 BRA 68’ Andréia Dos Santos 0-4 BRA 72’ Elaine 0-5

GROUP / GROUPE A CAN W 4:1 HAI

2003 CANADA U-23 2003-08-11 Santo Domingo, DOM CAN 25’ Linda Consolante 1-0 (a. Kiss) CAN 29’ Lisa Collison 2-0 (a. Wilkinson) CAN 36’ Kristina Kiss 3-0 (a. Gayle) MEX 62’ Fatima Leyva 3-1 MEX 89’ Iris Mora 3-2

SEMI / DEMI CAN W 3:2 MEX

CAN L 0:5 BRA

191

CANADA WNT+

1999 PAN AMERICAN GAMES

DEN 51’ Johanna Rasmussen (left / gauche) 1-1 (a. Knudsen) DEN 53’ Marie Herping (right / droit) 1-2 (a. Larsen) CAN 69’ Michelle Rowe (head / tête) 2-2 (a. Moscato FK) CAN 80’ Kara Lang (right / droit) 3-2 (a. McLeod) 2002-08-20 Edmonton, AB, CAN canw19 W 4:0 JPN Commonwealth Stadium, att. 15,714 CAN 9’ Christine Sinclair (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Andrews) CAN 45’+ Christine Sinclair (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Chapman) CAN 53’ Kara Lang (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Moscato) CAN 69’ Kara Lang (head / tête) 4-0 (a. Vermeulen CK) 2002-08-22 Edmonton, AB, CAN canw19 W 2:0 NGA Commonwealth Stadium, att. 15,803 CAN 25’ Christine Sinclair (PK right foot / pied droit) 1-0 CAN 69’ Christine Sinclair (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Booth CK)

HALL of FAME

1999 CANADA


2003 CANADA U-23 FINAL / FINALE 2003-08-14 Match abandoned 25’ match abandonné 2003-08-15 Santo Domingo, DOM CAN L 1:2 BRA BRA 43’ Formiga (right / droit) 0-1 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 66’ Kristina Kiss (FK right foot / pied droit) 1-1 BRA 91’ (21sec) golden / but en or Cristiane 1-2

2004 CANADA

w19

2004 CONCACAF UNDER-19 2004 Concacaf Under-19 Championship in Canada Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Canada 2004 Coach / entraîneur Ian Bridge Champion Most Valuable Player / Meilleur joueur Emily Zurrer Best Goalkeeper / Meilleur gardienne Stacey Van Boxmeer Canada qualified for the FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship / Le Canada se qualifie pour le Championnat du Monde Féminine U-19 de la FIFA, Thaïlande 2004 2004 CONCACAF U-19s GROUP / GROUPE A 2004-05-28 Montréal, QC, CAN canw19 W 4:0 JAM CAN 25’ Josée Bélanger 1-0 CAN 62’ Aysha Jamani 2-0 CAN 68’ Kara Lang 3-0 CAN 74’ Aysha Jamani 4-0 2004-05-30 Ottawa, ON, CAN canw19 W 7:0 PAN CAN 3’ Aysha Jamani 1-0 CAN 31’ Jodi-Ann Robinson 2-0 CAN 34’ Aysha Jamani 3-0 CAN 51’ Josée Bélanger 4-0 CAN 57’ Kara Lang 5-0 CAN 69’ Brittany Timko 6-0 CAN 85’ Amanda Cicchini 7-0 2004-06-01 Ottawa, ON, CAN canw19 W 3:0 MEX CAN 31’ Josée Bélanger (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Maranda FK) CAN 63’ Emily Zurrer (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Maranda CK) CAN 66’ Emily Zurrer (head / tête) 3-0 (a. Maranda CK) 2004 CONCACAF U-19s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2004-06-04 Montréal, QC, CAN canw19 W 4:0 CRC (SEMI / DEMI) Stade Percival-Molson, att. 2,354 CAN 24’ Véronique Maranda (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Thorlakson) CAN 27’ Brittany Timko (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Cicchini) CAN 37’ Emily Zurrer (head / tête) 3-0 (a. Maranda CK) CAN 87’ CRC own goal / but contre son camp 4-0 (o.g.) Qualified for Thailand / qualifié pour la Thaïlande 2004 2004-06-06 Ottawa, ON, CAN canw19 W 2:1 USA (FINAL / FINALE) Frank Clair Stadium, att. 3,300 CAN 3’ Aysha Jamani (right / droit) 1-0 (rebound / rebonde) USA 42’ Kerri Hanks (right / droit) 1-1 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 118’ e.t. Josée Bélanger (head / tête) 2-1 (a. Lang FK) Canada wins Championship / Canada gagne le Championnat

2004 FIFA U-20 WORLD CUP FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship Thailand 2004 Championnat du Monde U-19 de la FIFA, Thaïlande 2004 Coach / entraîneur Ian Bridge Place : 5th / 5e Golden Shoe / soulier d’or Brittany Timko All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Brittany Timko 2004 FIFA U-19s GROUP / GROUPE A 2004-11-10 Bangkok, THA canw19 W 2:1 AUS Rajamangala (National Stadium), att. 40,000 CAN 14’ Brittany Timko (left / gauche) 1-0 CAN 19’ Brittany Timko (right / droit) 2-0 AUS 49’ Collette McCallum (left / gauche) 2-1 (a. Ledbrook)

192

2004-11-13 Bangkok, THA canw19 W 7:0 THA Supachalasai Stadium, att. 5,500 CAN 11’ Tanya Dennis (head / tête) 1-0 (a. Maranda CK) CAN 25’ Brittany Timko (left / gauche) 2-0 CAN 33’ Jodi-Ann Robinson (right / droit) 3-0 CAN 35’ Brittany Timko (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Jamani) CAN 46’ Véronique Maranda (right / droit) 5-0 (a. Timko) CAN 54’ Aysha Jamani (left / gauche) 6-0 (a. Maranda) CAN 56’ Brittany Timko (right / droit) 7-0 (a. Jamani) 2004-11-16 Bangkok, THA canw19 D 3:3 GER Supachalasai Stadium, att. 2,500 GER 4’ Patricia Hanebeck (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Thomas CK) GER 10’ Anja Mittag (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Hanebeck) GER 37’ Anja Mittag (FK right foot / pied droit) 0-3 CAN 40’ Kara Lang (FK right foot / pied droit) 1-3 CAN 42’ Véronique Maranda (right / droit) 2-3 (a. Timko) CAN 63’ Brittany Timko (right / droit) 3-3 (a. Bélanger) 2004 FIFA U-19s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2004-11-21 Bangkok, THA canw19 L 1:3 CHN (QF) Supachalasai Stadium, att. 5,400 Red card / carton rouge 1’ GK Stacey Van Boxmeer CHN 3’ Zhang Ying (PK right foot / pied droit) 0-1 CHN 21’ Zhang Ying (FK right foot / pied droit) 0-2 CAN 63’ Brittany Timko (right / droit) 1-2 CHN 64’ Liu Sa (right / droit) 1-3

2006 CANADA

w20

2006 CONCACAF UNDER-20 2006 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in Mexico Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Mexico 2006 Coach / entraîneur Ian Bridge Place : 2nd / 2e Canada qualified for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Russia 2006 / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine U-20 de la FIFA, Russie 2006 2006 CONCACAF U-20s GROUP / GROUPE A 2006-01-18 Veracruz, VE, MEX canw20 W 7:1 TRI CAN 17’ Lisa Collison 1-0 CAN 24’ Véronique Maranda 2-0 CAN 29’ Aysha Jamani 3-0 CAN 36’ Jodi-Ann Robinson 4-0 TRI 59’ Aveann Douglas 4-1 CAN 78’ Kaylyn Kyle 5-1 CAN 82’ Rheanne Sleiman 6-1 CAN 90’+ Rheanne Sleiman 7-1 2006-01-20 Veracruz, VE, MEX canw20 W 6:0 PAN CAN 8’ Aysha Jamani 1-0 CAN 18’ Jodi-Ann Robinson 2-0 CAN 28’ Eden Hingwing 3-0 CAN 49’ Aysha Jamani 4-0 CAN 62’ Jodi-Ann Robinson 5-0 CAN 68’ Jodi-Ann Robinson 6-0 2006-01-22 Veracruz, VE, MEX canw20 W 3:2 MEX CAN 1’ Kara Lang 1-0 CAN 17’ Sophie Schmidt 2-0 MEX 23’ Mónica Ocampa 2-1 Red card / carton rouge 38’ Jodi-Ann Robinson CAN 48’ Sophie Schmidt 3-1 MEX 79’ Charlyn Corral 3-2 2006 CONCACAF U-19s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2006-01-25 Veracruz, VE, MEX canw20 W 2:1 JAM (SEMI / DEMI) Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes, att. 2,000 CAN 45’ Selenia Iacchelli 1-0


2008 CANADA

GROUP / GROUPE B canw20 L 2:3 NGA

canw20 W 2:0

FIN

canw20 L 0:1 CHN

w17-w20

2008 CONCACAF UNDER-20 2008 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in Mexico Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Mexico 2008 Coach / entraîneur Bob BIrarda Champion Canada qualified for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Chile 2008 / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine U-20 de la FIFA, Chili 2008 2008 CONCACAF U-20s GROUP B / GROUPE B 2008-06-17 Puebla, PB, MEX canw20 W 2:0 NCA CAN 9’ Monica Lam-Feist (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Chapman) CAN 89’ Paige Adams (left / gauche) 2-0 2008-06-19 Puebla, PB, MEX canw20 W 3:1 JAM CAN 14’ Monica Lam-Feist (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Kyle) JAM 28’ Shakira Duncan (head / tête) 1-1 (a. Price) CAN 37’ Chelsea Stewart (left / gauche) 2-1 (a. Kyle) CAN 76’ Chelsea Stewart (right / droit) 3-1 (a. Lam-Feist) 2008-06-21 Puebla, PB, MEX canw20 W 4:0 CRC CAN 12’ Jonelle Filigno (right / droit) 1-0 CAN 34’ Jonelle Filigno (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Kyle) CAN 65’ Jonelle Filigno (right / droit) 3-0 (a. Schacher) CAN 87’ Karla Schacher (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Schmidt) 2008 CONCACAF U-20s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2008-06-25 Puebla, PB, MEX canw20 W 2:1 MEX (SEMI / DEMI) Estadio Cuauhtémoc, att. 5,000 CAN 47’ Jodi-Ann Robinson 1-0 MEX 66’ Charlyn Corral (left / gauche) 1-1 CAN 77’ Jonelle Filigno (left / gauche) 2-1 (a. Stewart CK) Qualified for Chile / qualifié pour le Chile 2008

GROUP / GROUPE B canw17 W 3:0 PUR

canw17 W 4:3 JAM

canw17 W 4:1 MEX

2008 CONCACAF U-17s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2008-07-24 Macoya, TRI canw17 L 0:2 CRC (SEMI / DEMI) Marvin Lee Stadium CRC 70’ Fabiola Sanchez 0-1 CRC 75’ Katherine Alvarado (PK) 0-2 2008-07-27 Macoya, TRI canw17 W 1:0 MEX (3rd/4th) Marvin Lee Stadium, att. 500 CAN 32’ Tiffany Cameron 1-0 Qualified for New Zealand / qualifié pour la Nouvelle-Zélande 2008

2008 FIFA U-17 WORLD CUP FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup New Zealand 2008 / Coupe du Monde Féminine U-17 de la FIFA, Nouvelle-Zélande Coach / entraîneur Bryan Rosenfeld Place : 7th / 7e 2008 FIFA U-17s GROUP / GROUPE A 2008-10-28 Auckland, NZL canw17 W 1:0 NZL North Harbour Stadium, att. 13,123 CAN 53’ Rachel Lamarre (right / droit) 1-0 2008-11-01 Auckland, NZL canw17 D 1:1 COL North Harbour Stadium, att. 11,170 CAN 9’ Nkem Ezurike (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Cameron) COL 10’ Ingrid Vidal (right / droit) 1-1 (a. Ariza) 2008-11-04 Hamilton, NZL canw17 D 0:0 DEN Waikato Stadium, att. 3,283 2008 FIFA U-17s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2008-11-08 Wellington, NZL canw17 L 1:3 GER (QF) Wellington Stadium, att. 4,182 GER 4’ Dzsenifer Marozsán (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Bagehorn) GER 34’ Lynn Mester (right / droit) 0-2 (rebound / rebonde) CAN 44’ Nkem Ezurike (left / gauche) 1-2 (a. Cameron) GER 78’ Dzsenifer Marozsán (right / droit) 1-3 (a. Kemme)

193

CANADA SOCCER

2008 CONCACAF U-17s 2008-07-17 Bacolet, TRI CAN 26’ Rachel Lamarre 1-0 CAN 68’ Shelina Zadorsky 2-0 CAN 73’ Annick Maltais 3-0 2008-07-19 Bacolet, TRI CAN 13’ Shelina Zadorsky 1-0 JAM 24’ Jodian Morris (PK) 1-1 CAN 27’ Tiffany Cameron 2-1 JAM 30’ Monique Pryce 2-2 CAN 39’ Tiffany Cameron 3-2 JAM 79’ Sashana Campbell 3-3 CAN 84’ Amy Harrison 4-3 2008-07-21 Bacolet, TRI CAN 14’ Amy Harrison 1-0 CAN 50’ Tiffany Cameron 2-0 CAN 76’ Tiffany Cameron 3-0 MEX 77’ Marylin Diaz 3-1 CAN 80’ Annick Maltais 4-1

CANADA MNT

2006 FIFA U-20s 2006-08-17 Moscow, RUS Podmoskovie, att. 800 CAN 25’ Kaylyn Kyle 1-0 NGA 29’ Tawa Ishola 1-1 CAN 71’ Amanda Cicchini 2-1 NGA 82’ Cynthia Uwak 2-2 NGA 90’+1 Cynthia Uwak 2-3 2006-08-20 Moscow, RUS Podmoskovie, att. 1,200 CAN 39’ Jodi-Ann Robinson (PK) 1-0 CAN 70’ Jodi-Ann Robinson 2-0 2006-08-23 Moscow, RUS Torpedo Stadium, att. 100 CHN 48’ Ma Xiaoxu 0-1

2008 Concacaf Under-17 Championship in Trinidad & Tobago Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Trinidad & Tobago 2008 Coach / entraîneur Bryan Rosenfeld Place : 3rd / 3e Canada qualified for the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup New Zealand 2008 / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine U-17 de la FIFA

FUTSAL - PARA

FIFA U-20 Women’s World Championship Russia 2006 Championnat du Monde Féminine U-20 de la FIFA, Russie 2006 Coach / entraîneur Ian Bridge Place : 10th / 10e

2008 CONCACAF UNDER-17

CANADA WNT+

2006 FIFA U-20 WORLD CUP

2008-06-28 Puebla, PB, MEX canw20 W 1:0 USA (FINAL / FINALE) Estadio Cuauhtémoc, att. 5,000 CAN 45’+2 Karla Schacher (left / gauche) 1-0 (a. Foligno) Canada wins the Championship / Canada gagne le Championnat

HALL of FAME

JAM 65’ Kimmia Parker 1-1 CAN 71’ Lisa Collison 2-1 Qualified for Russia / qualifié pour la Russie 2006 2006-01-27 Veracruz, VE, MEX canw20 L 2:3 USA (FINAL / FINALE) Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes, att. 1,537 USA 8’ Amy Rodriguez 0-1 Red card / carton rouge 41’ Caroline Dew CAN 56’ Aysha Jamani 1-1 CAN 60’ Jodi-Ann Robinson 2-1 USA 72’ Jessica Rostedt 2-2 USA 81’ Lauren Holiday 2-3


2008 FIFA U-20 WORLD CUP FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Chile 2008 Coupe du Monde Féminine U-20 de la FIFA, Chili 2008 Coach / entraîneur Ian Bridge Place : 11th / 11e 2008 FIFA U-17s GROUP / GROUPE C 2008-11-20 Santiago, CHI canw20 L 0:2 JPN Estadio Municipal de la Florida, att. 3,478 JPN 28’ Michi Goto (left / gauche) 0-1 (a. Nagasato) JPN 40’ Asuna Tanaka (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Goto) 2008-11-23 Santiago, CHI canw20 W 4:0 COD Estadio Municipal de la Florida, att. 7,482 CAN 1’ (39sec) Loredana Riverso (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Kyle) CAN 40’ Monica Lam-Feist (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Stewart) CAN 77’ Jonelle Filigno (head / tête) 3-0 (a. Lam-Feist) CAN 90’ Julie Armstrong (right / droit) 4-0 (a. Riverso) 2008-11-27 Coquimbo, CHI canw20 L 1:2 GER Estadio Francisco Sanchez Rumoroso, att. 14,048 GER 77’ CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-1 (o.g.) CAN 81’ Monica Lam-Feist (left / gauche) 1-1 GER 90’ Lisa Schwab (right / droit) 1-2

2010 CANADA

w17-w20

2010 CONCACAF UNDER-20 2010 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in Guatemala Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Guatemala 2010 Coach / entraîneure Carolina Morace Place : 4th / 4e 2010 CONCACAF U-20s GROUP / GROUPE A 2010-01-20 Guatemala, GUA canw20 W 1:0 CRC CAN 28’ Adriana Leon (right / droit) 1-0 2010-01-22 Guatemala, GUA canw20 W 2:0 CUB CAN 58’ Chelsea Stewart (left / gauche) 1-0 CAN 87’ Jenna Richardson (head / tête) 2-0 (a. Chénard) 2010-01-24 Guatemala, GUA canw20 W 3:1 GUA CAN 13’ Adriana Leon (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Malette) CAN 25’ Vanessa Legault-Cordisco (PK right foot / pied droit) 2-0 CAN 38’ Bryanna McCarthy (left / gauche) 3-0 GUA 54’ Shannon Brooks (head / tête) 3-1 (a. Monterroso) 2010 CONCACAF U-20s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2010-01-28 Guatemala, GUA canw20 L 0:1 MEX (SEMI / DEMI) Estadio Cementos Progreso, att. 629 MEX 104’ e.t. CAN own goal / but contre son camp 0-1 (o.g.) 2010-01-30 Guatemala, GUA canw20 L 0:1 CRC (3rd/4th) Estadio Cementos Progreso, att. 1,309 CRC 19’ Katherine Alvarado (FK right foot / pied droit) 0-1

2010 CONCACAF UNDER-17 2010 Concacaf Under-17 Championship in Costa Rica Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Costa Rica 2010 Coach / entraîneur Bryan Rosenfeld Champion Canada qualified for the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup / le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine U-17 2010 CONCACAF U-17s GROUP / GROUPE A 2010-03-11 Alajuela, CRC canw17 W 4:1 JAM CAN 7’ Kylie Davis (right / droit) 1-0 CAN 45’ Nour Ghoneim (left / gauche) 2-0 (a. Davis) CAN 68’ Nour Ghoneim (left / gauche) 3-0 (a. Caverly) JAM 76’ Shenika Williams (left / gauche) 3-1 CAN 87’ Sabrina Hémond (left / gauche) 4-1 2010-03-13 Alajuela, CRC canw17 W 2:1 PAN

194

CAN 8’ Haisha Cantave (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Ghoneim) CAN 37’ Diamond Simpson (left / gauche) 2-0 PAN 88’ Lisbany Alveo (head / tête) 2-1 2010-03-15 Alajuela, CRC canw17 L 0:1 MEX MEX 42’ Anakaren Llamas (FK right foot / pied droit) 0-1 2010 CONCACAF U-17s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2010-03-18 Alajuela, CRC canw17 D 0:0 USA (SEMI / DEMI) Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto, att. 750 Canada wins 5-3 on kicks / le Canada gagne 5-3 aux tirs Qualified for Trinidad & Tobago / qualifié pour Trinidad et Tobago 2010-03-20 Alajuela, CRC canw17 W 1:0 MEX (FINAL / FINALE) Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto, att. 259 CAN 8’ Kinley McNicoll (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Ghoneim) Red card / carton rouge 56’ Yazmin Ongtengco Y2R Canada wins the Championship / Canada gagne le Championnat

2010 FIFA U-17 WORLD CUP FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Trinidad and Tobago 2010 Coupe du Monde U-17 de la FIFA, Trinidad & Tobago 2010 Coach / entraîneur Bryan Rosenfeld Place : 10th / 10e 2010 FIFA U-17s GROUP / GROUPE D 2010-09-06 Arima, TRI canw17 W 1:0 GHA Larry Gomes Stadium, att. 1,881 CAN 54’ Haisha Cantave 1-0 2010-09-09 Arima, TRI canw17 L 0:1 IRL Larry Gomes Stadium, att. 2,293 IRL 76’ Siobhan Killeen right / droit 0-1 (a. Donnelly) 2010-09-13 Marabella, TRI canw17 L 0:2 BRA Manny Ramjohn Stadium, att. 2,579 BRA 20’ Paula 0-1 BRA 51’ Thais Guedes 51’

2012 CANADA

w17-w20

2012 CONCACAF UNDER-20 2012 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in Panama Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Panama 2012 Coach / entraîneur Andrew Olivieri Place : 2nd / 2e Canada qualified for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Japan 2012 / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine U-20 de la FIFA, Japon 2012 2012 CONCACAF U-20s GROUP / GROUPE A 2012-03-01 Ciudad Panamá, PAN canw20 W 5:0 HAI CAN 47’ Nkem Ezurike 1-0 CAN 51’ Catherine Charron-Delage 2-0 CAN 53’ Nkem Ezurike 3-0 CAN 59’ Jenna Richardson 4-0 CAN 62’ Catherine Charron-Delage 5-0 2012-03-03 Ciudad Panamá, PAN canw20 W 2:0 JAM CAN 75’ Jenna Richardson 1-0 (a. Exeter) CAN 82’ Catherine Charron-Delage 2-0 (a. Exeter) 2012-03-05 Ciudad Panamá, PAN canw20 W 1:0 MEX CAN 28’ Vanessa Legault-Cordisco 1-0 (a. Oduro) 2012 CONCACAF U-20s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2012-03-09 Ciudad Panamá, PAN canw20 W 6:0 PAN (SEMI / DEMI) Estadio Rommel Fernández, att. 2,071 CAN 26’ Nkem Ezurike 1-0 (a. Sawicki) CAN 47’ Jenna Richardson 2-0 (a. Oduro) CAN 50’ Christabel Oduro 3-0 CAN 68’ Amelia Pietrangelo 4-0 (interception) CAN 84’ Christabel Oduro 5-0 (a. Sawicki)


2012 CONCACAF U-17s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2012-05-10 Guatemala, GUA canw17 W 1:0 MEX (SEMI / DEMI) Estadio Cementos Progreso, att. 100 CAN 13’ Valérie Sanderson (right / droit) 1-0 Qualified for Azerbaijan / qualifié pour l’Azerbaïdjan 2012-05-12 Guatemala, GUA canw17 L 0:1 USA (FINAL / FINALE) Estadio Cementos Progreso, att. 1,768 USA 21’ Amber Munerlyn (right / droit) 0-1 (a. Green)

2012 FIFA U-20 WORLD CUP FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Japan 2012 Coupe du Monde U-20 de la FIFA, Japon 2012 Coach / entraîneur Andrew Olivieri

Place : 11th / 11e

2012 FIFA U-20s GROUP / GROUPE C 2012-08-20 Kobe, JPN canw20 W 6:0 ARG Kobe Univ Stadium, att. 3,468 Red card / carton rouge 6’ ARG Agustina Barroso CAN 7’ Shelina Zadorsky (PK) 1-0 CAN 20’ Jaclyn Sawicki 2-0 (a. Richardson) CAN 22’ Adriana Leon 3-0 (a. Exeter) CAN 42’ Adriana Leon 4-0 (a. Sawicki) CAN 45’+1 Adriana Leon 5-0 (interception) CAN 86’ C. Charron-Delage 6-0 (a. Kovacevic); head / tête 2012-08-23 Kobe, JPN canw20 L 1:2 NOR Kobe Univ Stadium, att. 3,144 CAN 44’ Jenna Richardson 1-0 (a. Leon)

2012 FIFA U-17s PLAYOFF / ÉLIMINATION 2012-10-04 Baku, AZE canw17 L 1:2 PRK (QF) 8KM Stadium, att. 6,852 PRK 78’ Ri Un Sim (head / tête) 0-1 (a. Ri Hyang Sim) PRK 87’ Ri Un Sim (right / droit) 0-2 (a. Kim Phyong Hwa) CAN 90’+1 Nichelle Prince (right / droit) 1-2 (interception)

2013-14 CANADA w15-w20 2013 CONCACAF UNDER-17 2013 Concacaf Under-17 Championship in Jamaica Championnat U-20 de la Concacaf, Jamaïque 2013 Coach / entraîneure Bev Priestman Place : 2nd / 2e Golden Ball / ballon d’or Jessie Fleming Golden Shoe / soulier d’or Marie-Mychèle Métivier Golden Glove / gant d’or Rylee Foster All-Star Team / Équipe des Étoiles Jessie Fleming, Rylee Foster, Bianca St-Georges, Rachel Jones, Marie Levasseur, Marie-Mychèle Métivier, Emily Borgmann Canada qualified for the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Costa Rica 2014 / Le Canada se qualifie pour la Coupe du Monde Féminine U-17 de la FIFA, Costa Rica 2014 2013 CONCACAF U-17s GROUP / GROUPE B 2013-10-31 Montego Bay, JAM canw17 W 8:0 GUA CAN 9’ Marie-Mychèle Métivier (right / droit) 1-0 (a. Borgmann) CAN 25’ Emily Borgmann (right / droit) 2-0 (a. Kinzner) CAN 39’ Marie-Mychèle Métivier (right / droit) 3-0 (interception) CAN 55’ Jessie Fle