Canada currently play in the CONCACAF confederation and they wear an all red home kit with white trim which reflects the club's flag, crest and history. Although not a dominant force in the CONCACAF the nation have had several household names to play for the side including Paul Stalteri, Dwayne De Rosario, Randy Samuel, Mark Watson, Julian de Guzman, Atiba Hutschinson, Kevin McKenna and Dale Mitchell.
The nation qualified for their first and only FIFA World Cup in 1986 where they failed to progress from the group stage. They have won the CONCACAF Gold Cup on two occasions in 2002 and 2007.
Canada officially reveal their all-new Umbro home shirt for their 2018 World Cup qualifier campaign. In truly patriotic fashion, Umbro have handed the Canada national team a home shirt of bold red adorning its entirety whilst crisp white strokes add a touch of modernistic flair to the otherwise u [...]
Supplied by Umbro, Canada have officially launched their new home kit for the 2015-16 international season. Set to debut their new home kit against Guatemala, the new home shirt for Canada is again coloured red and this time round a special chest panel is featured with a horizontal white line in [...]
CONCACAF side Canada have officially launched their new home kit for the 2014-15 international season. Supplied by Umbro, the new home shirt features the iconic red colour is a unique hooped design [...]
The national football (soccer) team of Canada is presently ranking 80th in the latest FIFA rankings [...]
Soccer-specific stadiums in Canada include BMO Field in Toronto (home to Toronto FC) and Saputo Stadium in Montreal (home to Montreal Impact) and King George V Park in St. John's. Canada played its 2010 World Cup qualification home games at BMO Field, Saputo Stadium, and Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton.
The team are nicknamed the 'Canucks' or 'Les Rouges' meaning 'The Reds' and Paul Stalteri holds the record for the most number of caps with 84.