How to watch and stream the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Canada

How to watch and stream the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Canada?
Team Canada Soccer in FIFA World Cup 2022
The FIFA World Cup

Canada in the World Cup

It has been decades since Canada participated in the FIFA World Cup (last time being in 1986) but Canada is back into the world cup stage. Excitement has been building since Canada also will be co-hosting FIFA World Cup 2026. 

Household names are also emerged from the team, including powerhouse soccer club Bayern Munich’s Alphonso Davies. Other notable players are Jonathan David, Stephen Eustáquio, and Cyle Larin who all play in Europe.

Head coach John Herdman refers his team “new Canada”!

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Team Canada Roster

Canada’s notable omissions due to injury are defenders Doneil Henry, Scott Kennedy, and goalkeeper Maxime Crépeau. CF Montréal’s James Pantemis, and defender Joel Waterman are replacing the injured respectively, making history by becoming the first ever former Canadian Premier League players to appear on a World Cup roster.

Goalkeepers: Milan Borjan (Red Star Belgrade — Serbia), James Pantemis (CF Montréal) and Dayne St. Clair (Minnesota United).

Defenders: Alistair Johnston (CF Montréal), Derek Cornelius (Panetolikos — Greece), Richie Laryea (Toronto FC), Sam Adekugbe (Hatayspor — Turkey), Steven Vitória (Chaves – Portugal), Kamal Miller (CF Montréal) and Joel Waterman (CF Montréal).

Midfielders: Stephen Eustáquio (Porto — Portugal), Jonathan Osorio (Toronto FC), Atiba Hutchinson (Beşiktaş J.K.), Mark-Anthony Kaye (Toronto FC), Samuel Piette (CF Montréal), Liam Fraser (K.M.S.K. Deinze — Belgium), Ismaël Koné (CF Montréal) and David Wotherspoon (St Johnstone F.C. — Scotland).

Forwards: Alphonso Davies (Bayern Munich — Germany), Jonathan David (Lille — France) and Cyle Larin (Club Brugge — Belgium), Tajon Buchanan (Club Brugge — Belgium), Lucas Cavallini (Vancouver Whitecaps), Junior Hoilett (Reading F.C. — England), and Ike Ugbo (ES Troyes AC — France).

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World Cup of Soccer on Canada TV

Bell Media will broadcast, including Team Canada’s, all matches of the FIFA World Cup live in both the English and French languages for viewers in Canada via CTV, TSN, and RDS (French).
TSN stands for The Sports Network which is a major outlet in Canada. Owned by Bell Media, TSN’s sister channels – TSN 1, TSN 3, TSN 4 and TSN 5 will broadcast and stream all the World Cup of Soccer matches to viewers. 
How to watch and stream the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Canada?
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Yes WeCAN, Can We?

“Anything is Possible”!
That’s what Canada men’s soccer coach John Herdman believed in ahead of managing the team in the World Cup in Qatar in 2022.
He still pinches himself and hopes his journey can show others that anything is possible.

Herdman credits the togetherness and belief within the group for having a next man up mentality.

“I think it’s our X-factor in this World Cup,” Herdman said. “I made a conscious decision in the selection – there were over 40 players I could’ve chosen – I made it clear that those 26 had to be brothers.

Source: Sportsnet, TSN
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