Soccer World Cup 2019 / Canada - Deutsches Luftwaffenkommando USA/Kanada

Football Women's World Cup 2019 :
Canada
Trainer DenmarkDenmark Kenneth Heiner-Møller
captain Christine Sinclair
Qualified as Second in the CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup 2018
World rankings
before the tournament
5
Tournament result Round of 16
Games won 2
Games lost 2
Tore 4:3

This article covers the Canadian women's national soccer team at the 2019 women's soccer World Cup in France . Canada took part in the finals for the seventh time - only in the first event the team was not qualified. Canada qualified by reaching the final of the 2018 CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup .

qualification

The CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup 2018 served as the qualification for the CONCACAF teams , in which the two finalists and the third placed could qualify directly for the World Cup and the fourth placed could reach the Pan-American playoffs against the third of the 2018 South American Women's Football Championship . Canada automatically qualified for the Gold Cup and scored at the tournament in the USAin Costa Rica, Jamaica and Cuba. In the first game Jamaica was defeated 2-0. The subsequent 12: 0 against Cuba was their biggest international defeat for the Cubans. With a 3-1 win against Costa Rica, Canada secured group victory and met Panama in the semi-finals. The Canadians qualified 7-0 for the final and the World Cup in France. In the final, they were defeated by the USA 2-0 - for the Canadians the 50th loss in their 60th game against the USA.

Overall, national coach Kenneth Heiner-Møller , who took over the office in January 2018, deployed 20 players, only nine of whom were already in the squad for the 2015 World Cup. Six players appeared in all five games, including Diana Matheson , who made her 200th international match in the semifinals. The best goalscorers were Adriana Leon with 6 goals as well as Jordyn Huitema and record scorer Christine Sinclair with four goals each. A total of nine players contributed at least one goal to a total of 24 goals.

Rang Land Tore Points
1 CanadaCanada Canada 17:1 9
2 JamaicaJamaica Jamaica 10:2 6
3 Costa RicaCosta Rica Costa Rica 9:4 3
4 BecauseBecause Because 0:29 0
October 5, 2018 at HEB Park in Edinburgh
Canada Jamaica 2:0 (1:0) Prince (2)
October 8, 2018 at HEB Park in Edinburgh
Because Canada 0:12 (0:5) Leon (4), Huitema (4), Matheson, Quinn, Rose, Sinclair
October 11, 2018 at HEB Park in Edinburgh
Costa Rica Canada 1:3 (0:2) Beckie, Prince, Sinclair; Villalobos

Semifinals

14. Oktober 2018 in Frisco, Toyota Stadium
Canada Panama 7:0 (1:0) Leon (2), Sinclair (2), Beckie, Fleming, Quinn

Finale

17. Oktober 2018 in Frisco, Toyota Stadium
USA Canada 2:0 (1:0) Lavelle, Morgan

preparation

In January the Canadians travel to Spain, where they first met Switzerland in a training match and then beat Norway 1-0. [1] in late February / early March, taking Canada back at the Algarve Cup in part, to the Canadians won in 2016, where it meets Iceland (0: 0) and World Cup rookie Scotland . On April 5, the team won 1-0 against England in Manchester with Christine Sinclair's 180th international goal . [2] On April 8, they won with 2: 1 for the first time against Nigeria in Murcia. The last friendly opponents before the trip to Europe were the Mexicans in Toronto on May 18, who were defeated 3-0. In Europe, the Canadians drew a goalless draw against Spain in Logroño on May 24th . [3]

Framework

The squad was named on May 25th. [4]

Nr. [K 1] Player birth
date
debut Association [K 2] Country
games [K 3]
Country
goals [K 3]
Last
use
World Cup games, goals WM 2019
Sp. Tor Yellow card Yellow-red card Red card
Tor
21 Sabrina D'Angelo 11.05.1993 2016 SwedenSweden Vittsjö GIK 006 000 08.04.2019
1 Stephanie Labbé 10.10.1986 2008 United StatesUnited States North Carolina Courage 061 000 24.05.2019 0 (2015) 4
18 Kailen sheridan 16.07.1995 2016 United StatesUnited States Sky Blue FC 007 000 27.02.2019
Defense
22 Lindsay Agnew 31.03.1995 2017 United StatesUnited States Houston Dash 011 000 06.03.2019
03 Kadeisha Buchanan 05.11.1995 2013 FranceFrance Olympic lyon 088 003 24.05.2019 5 (2015) 4 1 2
02 Allysha Chapman 25.01.1989 2014 United StatesUnited States Houston Dash 064 001 24.05.2019 5 (2015) 4
23 Jenna Hellstrom 02.04.1995 2018 SwedenSweden KIF Örebro 004 000 08.04.2019
10 Ashley Lawrence 11.06.1995 2013 FranceFrance Paris Saint Germain 076 005 24.05.2019 5,1 (2015) 4
05 Rebecca Quinn 11.08.1995 2014 FranceFrance Paris FC 048 005 24.05.2019 3 1
08 Jayde Riviere 22.01.2001 2017 CanadaCanada Markham SC / Ontario Super REX 005 000 24.05.2019 3
20 Shannon Woeller 31.01.1990 2010 SwedenSweden Eskilstuna United 020 000 05.04.2019
04 Shelina Zadorsky 24.10.1992 2013 United StatesUnited States Orlando Pride 052 001 24.05.2019 4
midfield
14 Gabrielle Carle 12.10.1998 2015 United StatesUnited States Florida State University 012 001 18.05.2019
17 Jessie Fleming 11.03.1998 2013 United StatesUnited States UCLA Bruins 065 008 24.05.2019 2 (2015) 4 1
07 Julia grosso 29.08.2000 2017 United StatesUnited States The University of Texas at Austin 016 000 18.05.2019
13 Sophie Schmidt 28.06.1988 2005 United StatesUnited States Houston Dash 184 018 24.05.2019 11,1 (2007, 2011, 2015) 4
11 Desiree Scott 31.07.1987 2010 United StatesUnited States Utah Royals FC 143 000 24.05.2019 7 (2011, 2015) 4
attack
16 Janine Beckie 20.08.1994 2014 EnglandEngland Manchester City 056 025 24.05.2019 4
09 Jordyn Huitema 08.05.2001 2017 FranceFrance Paris Saint Germain 021 006 24.05.2019 1
19 Adriana Leon 02.10.1992 2013 EnglandEngland West Ham United 057 015 24.05.2019 4 (2015) 3
15 Nichelle Prince 19.02.1995 2013 United StatesUnited States Houston Dash 050 010 24.05.2019 3 1
06 Deanne Rose 03.03.1999 2015 United StatesUnited States Florida Gators 040 008 18.05.2019 1
12 Christine Sinclair (C)Captain of the crew 12.06.1983 2000 United StatesUnited States Portland Thorns FC 282 181 24.05.2019 17,9 (2003, 2007, 2011, 2015) 4 1
Coaching staff
Coach DenmarkDenmark Kenneth Heiner-Møller 17.01.1971 2018 CSA 3 (2007[K 4]) 4
Remarks:
  1. Numbers according to the FIFA squad list
  2. Stand: May 2019
  3. a b Status: May 25, 2019
  4. With Denmark

draw

Football Women's World Cup 2019 / Canada (France)
Grenoble (VR)
Grenoble (VR)
Reims (VR)
Reims (VR)
Paris (VF)
Paris (VF)
Canadian team venues

For the World Cup group draw that took place on December 8, 2018, Canada was allocated Pot 1 based on its placement in the FIFA world rankings of December 7, 2018. [5] The team could not meet world champions USA, Germany or hosts France thus. Because of the mode, she was also unable to meet Jamaica. Canada was drawn as the group head of Group E. As four years before, the draw was drawn for Oceania champions New Zealand and European champions Netherlands, making this the only group with two continental champions. The third group opponent is Cameroon.

There were eleven games against New Zealand before the World Cup, with six wins, four draws and one defeat in their first game in 1987. The last time they met in the group stage of the last World Cup was goalless. There was one more game against the Netherlands with nine wins and three draws. The last time there was a 2-1 win in Eindhoven in April 2016. The only World Cup match between the two of them at the last World Cup ended 1: 1. The Canadians had never played against Cameroon. In the junior women's division there was a game at the U17 World Cup in 2016 , which the Canadians won 3-2. There were Julia Grosso , Jordyn Huitema , Emma Regan and Deanne Rosefour players from the Gold Cup squad were also deployed, as well as a Cameroonian player from the squad from the last African Championship, where Cameroon qualified for the World Cup. Canada reached the second round with two wins, missed group victory with their first defeat against the Netherlands and lost in the second round in the 23rd game for the 14th time against the Swedes.

Pl. Land Sp. S U N Tore Diff. Points
1. NetherlandsNetherlands Netherlands 3 3 0 0 006:200 +4 09
2. CanadaCanada Canada 3 2 0 1 004:200 +2 06
3. CameroonCameroon Cameroon 3 1 0 2 003:500 −2 03
4. New ZealandNew Zealand New Zealand 3 0 0 3 001:500 −4 00
Mo., 10. June 2019 in Montpellier
CanadaCanada Canada CameroonCameroon Cameroon 1:0 (1:0)
Sa., 15. Juni 2019 in Grenoble
CanadaCanada Canada New ZealandNew Zealand New Zealand 2:0 (0:0)
Do., 20. Juni 2019 in Reims
NetherlandsNetherlands Netherlands CanadaCanada Canada 2:1 (0:0)

K.-o.-Runde

Mo., 24. June 2019 in Paris
SwedenSweden Sweden CanadaCanada Canada 1:0 (0:0)

Awards

Individual evidence

  1. canadasoccer.com: Canada begins FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ campaign with two matches in Europe followed by the Algarve Cup
  2. canadasoccer.com: Canada to face England in preparation for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™
  3. canadasoccer.com: Canada to face Spain in preparation for the FIFA Women's World Cup™
  4. canadasoccer.com: „Together We Rise: Canada Soccer announces squad for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019“
  5. fifa.com: Pot allocation for World Cup draw according to the latest world rankings