Feds giving $4.3M to help Canada prepare for 2026 World Cup
Thursday, 23 May 2019 The federal government is providing $4.3 million to help Canada prepare for the 2026 World Cup. Kirsty Duncan, minister of science and sport, made the announcement Thursday morning at BMO Field. The money goes to the Canadian Soccer Association "from now through 2020."
The 2022 World Cup in Qatar will be a 32-team tournament as originally planned, FIFA has announced. The world governing body had considered expanding its showpiece event to 48 teams but has now determined this is not practical.
After what most described as a succesful integration into the Men's World Cup last summer, VAR is taking heat at the Women's World Cup with the controversial review in the France/Nigeria matchup taking..
Netherlands booked their place in the knockout phase of the Women’s World Cup thanks to a 3-1 win over Cameroon, while Canada beat New Zealand 2-0 to also earn... SoccerNews.com Also reported by •CBS Sports •BBC News
Follow live updates as the Football Ferns take on Canada in their second group match at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. The Football Ferns are still waiting for... New Zealand Herald Also reported by •FOX Sports •Japan Today
Jessie Fleming and Nichelle Prince scored the goals for Canada.
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