Canada national football team (The Canucks)

Founded: 1912
Address: The Canadian Soccer Association
Place Soccer Canada
237 Metcalfe Street
K2P 1R2

The Canadian national football team has competed in the World Cup finals on one occasion. This came in 1986 when they qualified through winning the 1985 CONCACAF Championship.

It was a difficult World Cup campaign for the Canadians as they failed to register a single point during the group stage.

Canada has also won one CONCACAF Gold cup as well as gold medal at the Olympic games in 1904.

Over their history the Canadian national team has turned to a wide range of international coaches. These include the like of Englishman Tony Waiters and more recently German Holger Osieck.

Canada 'A' international all-time totals

Games won: 172
Games drawn: 102
Games lost: 187
Goals for: 592
Goals against: 616
Average goals for: 1.28
Average goals against: 1.33

Venue: BMO Field, Toronto