Canada Soccer's Men’s National Team Named

November 16, 2022

Categories: Community

The lifelong dream of 26 Canadians was realized today as Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team player roster was announced for the upcoming FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™.

With the team’s rise to stardom in recent months, many of these players have become household names, capturing the hearts and minds of Canadians, with sights set on Canada’s continued success on soccer’s grandest stage. Access Storage is beyond exited to be along for the ride. That’s because as proud partners and fans of Canada Soccer, we know how important soccer, at all levels, is to Canadians. Soccer connects people to their heritage and to their community and is a game beloved by young and old.

With Canada qualifying for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ we have the opportunity to come together as a nation, regardless of our backgrounds, in celebration and support of a team that represents all that is Canada.

The players named to the roster truly do represent a cross-section of Canada. There are players from every region of the country, coming from a wide variety of backgrounds. Any Canadian looking at the roster will see a vision of themselves, and their community reflected to them, and we can’t think of anything more Canadian than that!

The players are:

Goalkeepers: Milan Borjan (Hamilton, ON), James Pantemis (Kirkland, QC), Dayne St. Clair (Pickering, ON)

Defenders: Sam Adekugbe (Calgary), Derek Cornelius (Ajax, ON), Alistair Johnston (Vancouver), Richie Laryea (Toronto), Kamal Miller (Scarborough, ON), Steven Vitoria (Toronto), Joel Waterman (Langley, BC)

Midfielders: Stephen Eustaquio (Leamington, ON), Liam Fraser (Toronto), Atiba Hutchinson (Brampton, ON), Mark-Anthony Kaye (Toronto), Ismael Kone (Montreal), Jonathan Osorio (Brampton, ON), Samuel Piette (Repentigny, QC), David Wotherspoon (Perth, Scotland)

Forwards: Tajon Buchanan (Brampton, ON), Lucas Cavallini (Toronto), Jonathan David (Ottawa), Alphonso Davies (Edmonton), Junior Hoillett (Brampton, ON), Cyle Larin  (Brampton, ON), Liam Miller (FC Basel/ Switzerland), Ike Ugbo (Montreal)

Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team is a group to be proud of and Access Storage forward to standing shoulder to shoulder with our fellow Canadians as we cheer on the team in just a few short weeks!

Canada’s first match takes place Nov 23 at 2pm ET/ 11am PT when they play Belgium. They follow up that game with a contest against Croatia on Nov 27 at 11am ET / 8am PT and finish the Group Stage against Morocco on Dec 1 at 10am ET / 7am PT.

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