Canadian men’s/women’s national team
OneSoccer will ensure you do not miss a minute as Canada’s men’s, women’s, and youth national teams seek World Cup qualification, Olympic berths, continental championships and more.
On the men’s side, you can watch every qualification match Canada plays on its road to the 2022 FIFA World Cup on our channel, with the action kicking off in October 2020.
You will also be able to cheer on our boys at the next Concacaf Gold Cup, which will crown the champion of North and Central America and the Caribbean in the summer of 2021. After that, the next edition of the Concacaf Nations League begins in 2022 — all live on OneSoccer.
Canada’s women’s national team qualified for the Olympic Games on OneSoccer earlier in 2020 and we’ll have all of the preparation matches played on Canadian soil between now and the tournament in Tokyo.
You’ll also be able to watch the next Concacaf Women’s Championship in 2022, which will crown a continental champion and decide which teams qualify for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Beyond that, your OneSoccer subscription will get you access to a number of youth tournaments across the men’s and women’s programs — most notably, the men’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament, an under-23 competition offering qualification to the Tokyo Olympics. That was scheduled to be played in March 2020 but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.