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  1. The CBC is hosting the Canada vs Germany match at Dundas Square on Sunday at 11:45am. Join us at Yonge-Dundas Square to watch Canada VS. Germany in the FIFA Women's World Cup - on the Big Screen. Live from Germany. Nigeria vs. France 8:45am Pre Game Show 11am Canada vs. Germany 11:45am Post Game Show 2pm Join us for drills, skills and more for a chance to win great prizes! Join the conversation on twitter. Add #fwwc to your FIFA Women's World Cup tweets. http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=218031911562515 25 people are attending, hopefully there will be
  2. What is the only country in the world to have hosted ever FIFA event in both the men's and women's game? It's just a trivia question, but one that the Canadian Soccer Association badly wants to be the answer to. As of right now that answer is no one. If the United Bid of 2026 wins the day, Canada will lay claim to winning a race that no one else realized they were running (if we conveniently consider the 2002 Women's u19 event the current FIFA Women's U17 World Cup that is, but let's not get bogged down in literal facts right now). The idea that this frozen land of ice hockey loving
  3. What is the only country in the world to have hosted ever FIFA event in both the men's and women's game? It's just a trivia question, but one that the Canadian Soccer Association badly wants to be the answer to. As of right now that answer is no one. If the United Bid of 2026 wins the day, Canada will lay claim to winning a race that no one else realized they were running (if we conveniently consider the 2002 Women's u19 event the current FIFA Women's U17 World Cup that is, but let's not get bogged down in literal facts right now). The idea that this frozen land of ice hockey loving
  4. I’ve often told the story about how the first soccer game I remember watching in its entirety was the high water mark of the Canadian men’s national team – the infamous day in St. John’s when a bunch of hosers qualified for the World Cup for the first and only time. I’m the anti-Drake. I started from the top and now I’m here. However, that’s not the first soccer memories I have. Growing up in a family with British heritage (my grandmother was born in Bristol, England, and I have family in the UK to this day), I was exposed to all sorts of English culture from a young age. I eat beans
  5. I’ve often told the story about how the first soccer game I remember watching in its entirety was the high water mark of the Canadian men’s national team – the infamous day in St. John’s when a bunch of hosers qualified for the World Cup for the first and only time. I’m the anti-Drake. I started from the top and now I’m here. However, that’s not the first soccer memories I have. Growing up in a family with British heritage (my grandmother was born in Bristol, England, and I have family in the UK to this day), I was exposed to all sorts of English culture from a young age. I eat beans
  6. Wasn't really sure where this belonged, but I thought I would start a thread to talk about how to generate buzz regarding the world cup bid in for 2026. Its a long ways away but really the sooner the better, right?
  7. Is it incredible that of the 21 players selected for the squad only 1 does not play for a U.S. University.
  8. @KevLaramee @24thminute Sports Podcasting Network http://sportspodcastingnetwork.com http://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/sports-podcasting-network/id1018126433?mt=2 http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/sports-podcasting-network http://feeds.feedburner.com/otwstudios SPN Social Media http://twitter.com/SportsPodNet
  9. No more cheating using overage players. http://www.fifa.com/u17worldcup/news/y=2015/m=10/news=science-ensuring-fairness-at-chile-2015-2711955.html
  10. "We're at approximately 15 [thousand] right now," Montagliani said of tickets sales for the Honduras match. "We've got two weeks left pretty much. We have a big Whitecaps game obviously inbetween. We're confident with the build up. "The team will be here pretty soon, this weekend. A lot of them will be at the Whitecaps game. So I think we'll be able to sort of push into the 20's." So the numbers are promising but at the same time a little disappointing. When the match announcement was made in Vancouver on September 14th, the general feeling from the Canadian Soccer Association side was that
  11. How are we looking to make it next year...
  12. Singer Marc Bolan once asked "whatever happened to the teenage dream?. Well, the dream of T-Rex's 70's is alive in Canada and it comes in the form of Panini World Cup stickers! Maybe I just don't remember it from four years ago or maybe it just says a lot about my twitter timeline and online social media friends, but the art of sticker collecting seems to have made a triumphant rebirth for this year's World Cup in Brazil. And it is fantastic! Phrases like "got, not got", "doublers", "swaps", "foil" and "hours of sticky fun" are prevelant in my timelines and they're not all coming from me. W
  13. 'Found In The Attic' is AFTN's look at some of the wonderful pieces of Whitecaps, Canadian and North American footballing memorabilia and collectibles from both yesteryear and more recent times. We continue the series with a look at some Canadian national team memorabilia. With World Cup qualification hopes on the line tomorrow in Honduras, it seemed a very fitting time to dig this one out. As each World Cup cycle comes around, it’s always hard not to think back to the one time that Canada did qualify. Mexico 86 will long live in the memories of Canadian football fans and for those of us w
  14. The following countries made submissions to FIFA to host the men 2015 U17 WC which is 3rd in importance for the men. A decision will be forthcoming next March. Chile, Tunisia, Russia and Wales.
  15. In this interview, Simon and Red Nation discuss Soccernomics, his thoughts on the current World Cup in South Africa and Canada’s chances for making the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. http://www.rednationonline.ca/Rednation_Speaks_with_Simon_Kuper_june_17_10_feature.shtml
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