October 26, 2021

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Canada will face Costa Rica and Mexico on artificial grass

Canada Next month, Costa Rica and Mexico will play in the World Cup qualifiers at the Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, the venue for the artificial turf.

CONCACAF announced the venues for the tournament on Friday.

The Commonwealth Stadium has had field turf-branded artificial grass since 2010. The Canadian Football Association did not ask the Associated Press’ email whether natural grass would be established on a temporary basis.

Canada played its first two home tie duels at the BMO Field in Toronto. They drew 1-1 with Honduras on 2 September and beat El Salvador 3-0 on 8 September.

On October 13, Canada hosts Panama in Toronto, within the final hemisphere leading to 2022 Qatar.

The Maple Leaf Group, which ranks 51st on the FIFA list, called for its listing on October 27 in Mexico, three days later in Jamaica and against Panama.

Toronto winger Jacob Schaffelberg is on call. The 21-year-old has only one international appearance.

Canada, whose only World Cup appearance dates back to 1986, is second only to the United States in number eight. The first three will advance directly to the next World Cup, while the fourth will have to play one continent away from another.

Team:

Goalkeepers: Milan Porgen (Red Star, Serbia), Maxim Grebio (Vancouver), James Phantomis (Montreal)

Defensive: Derek Cornelius (Panetoligos, Gracia), Tonel Henry (Swon Korea del Sur), Kamal Miller (Montreal), Steven Vittoria (Morerence, Portugal), Samuel Adekjobel (Hodgsborg, Turkey) ), Richie Laria (Toronto)

Midfielders: Stephen Eustacio (Banos de Ferreira, Portugal); Liam Fraser (Columbus Crew, MLS), Adiba Hutchinson, (Besikta, Turkey); Mark-Anthony Kay (Colorado, MLS), Jonathan Osorio (Toronto), Samuel Piot (Montreal), David Wotherspoon (St. Johnston, Scotland)

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Forward: Charles-Andreas Prime (Eindhoven, Netherlands), Lucas Cavallini (Vancouver, MLS), Jonathan David, (Lilly, France), Kyle Lorin (Besiktas, Turkey) Dajon Buchanan, (New England, MLS) (Albion) Munich, Germany), Jr. Hoylett (Reading, England), Liam Miller (Basel, Switzerland), Jacob Schaffelberg (Toronto)