Canada’s 2024 Olympic qualifiers in Toronto are sold out

A full house is expected to support Canada in the critical Concacaf W Olympic Play-In against Jamaica

Canada Soccer announced today that the Women’s National Team’s Concacaf W Olympic Play-In match against Jamaica on Tuesday September 26th in Toronto, ON is now sold out. The September 26 game, co-presented by CIBC & Visa, will kick off at 7pm ET and conclude a two-game home-and-away series against Jamaica with a ticket to the 2024 Paris Olympics in the mix.

The news comes on the heels of this summer’s most successful FIFA Women’s World Cup™, when nearly two million fans watched 64 matches played across 10 stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. According to reports, this figure is an increase of more than half a million on the previous record, as the positives surrounding commercial growth and interest in women’s sport continue.

Jason deVosThe interim Canadian Soccer Secretary General trumpeted international growth and interest.
“This is another example of how the women’s game in our country is widely supported and continues to grow. Playing in Toronto has been a stronghold for our National Team and we are thrilled to see the fans once again welcoming our players for this important game.”

Pre-Match Fan Festival
Fans attending the game are encouraged to arrive early to the stadium and maximize their game day experience by attending the official Pre-Match Fan Fest held outside Gate 1, starting at 5 p.m. Fan Fest will feature interactive and engaging activities and giveaways from Canada Soccer and its marketing partners.

TELUS Equipment Drive
TELUS is committed to making the world a better place by giving back to communities and growing soccer in Canada. On September 26, fans are invited to bring new or used soccer gear to the TELUS booth at the Pre-Match Fan Fest to win amazing prizes like technology, Canada Soccer merchandise, or a jersey signed by the Women’s National Team courtesy of TELUS. The items collected will be redistributed to local underserved communities, helping create opportunities to participate in football and inspiring young people to reach their full potential through sport.

Celebrate Moments of Achievement
Find your seat early as Canada Soccer will celebrate a number of important player achievements before the game. At halftime, stay in your seats as we celebrate CANWNT legend Carmelina Moscato’s induction into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.

Canada’s ‘Red Sea’
As the Canada Soccer Women’s National Team prepares to play its most meaningful game on home soil in nearly a decade, Canadian soccer fans are once again encouraged to help produce a powerful ‘Sea of ​​Red’ at the stadium. Wear Canadian colors, bring a flag, a scarf, anything that will contribute to creating the best support for the team. Upon arrival at the stadium, join in the ‘O Canada’ chant and join in the chants produced by the Voyageurs Canadian Soccer support group.

Broadcast Information
For fans back home, both of Canada’s Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying matches will be broadcast live and exclusively on One Footballavailable in fuboTV Canadian platform, as a linear channel on Telus Optical TV (Channel 980), as well as online at and via the OneSoccer application. Fans will find expanded coverage on Canada Soccer’s digital channels on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube featuring the hashtag #CANWNT.

Canada Soccer has announced its 25-man Women’s National Team squad ahead of the crucial Concacaf W Olympic Play-In series this September. Find full details on Canada Soccer’s Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying camp page.

As a small number of additional tickets may be released back into public sale ahead of game day, fans still seeking tickets are encouraged to monitor official tickets. Events Page.

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