Canada’s roster for the upcoming International friendly in Moncton against China PR on 30th May 2012 at 20:00 (local time) has been announced.

 

The match will serve as part of Canada’s London 2012 Olympic preparations. 

 

John Herdman has selected 22 players for the trip to Stade Moncton 2010 Stadium, the roster includes players from the recent residency camp in Vancouver and returning from their clubs.

 

This International friendly match will be the first Canadian match staged at Stade Moncton 2010 Stadium.

 

Canada are in Group F at the London 2012 Olympics with Japan, Sweden and South Africa, their first tournament fixture is against Japan on Wednesday 25th July 2012, here is the full women’s football Olympic tournament schedule.

 

Following Canada’s International friendly against China they will play USA in their final International friendly on 30th June 2012 before the London 2012 Olympics. China play USA tonight (Sunday 27th May 2012) in a friendly match.

 

Canada Women’s Soccer Team roster for International friendly against China PR:

 

Goalkeepers:

Karina Le Blanc
Erin McLeod (Dalsjöfors G.o.I.F.)

 

Defenders: 

Emily Zurrer (Dalsjöfors G.o.I.F.)
Melanie Booth (Vancouver Whitecaps)
Robyn Gayle
Rhian Wilkinson
Candace Chapman
Marie-Eve Nault (Ottawa Fury)
Lauren Sesselmann

 

Midfielders:

Carmelina Moscato  (Piteå IF)
Kaylyn Kyle
Diana Matheson (Lillestrøm SK Kvinner)
Desiree Scott (Vancouver Whitecaps)
Sophie Schmidt (Kristianstads DFF)
Kelly Parker
Brittany Timko (Vancouver Whitecaps)
Chelsea Stewart

 

Forwards:

Christina Julien (Jitex BK)
Christine Sinclair
Melissa Tancredi  (Dalsjöfors G.o.I.F.)
Jonelle Filigno (Rutgers University)
Chelsea Buckland (Vancouver Whitecaps)  

 

 

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2 Comments
  1. Mia Mon 7 years ago

    slight quibble, coach. Katherine Lim and Megan Jurado appear to have the same jersey #?

    i find it really cool that Shugg earned the #9 right away, btw 🙂

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    Women's Soccer United 8 years ago

    Worth noting quite a lot of the Canadian squad are without clubs at the moment do you think this will be a disadvantage for them? Anyone heard any news about where Sinclair wants to play?

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