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This Month: CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Soccer Qualifying

Starting on February 10, the CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament kicks off, with Canada competing on February 11, 14 and 16 to qualify for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, Brazil. 274 more words

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Canada Soccer president Victor Montagliani will seek second term

Burnaby’s Victor Montagliani will seek a second four-year term as president of the Canadian Soccer Association, the Province can confirm.

The call for nominations for six board positions, including president, came out on Tuesday this week. 288 more words

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Vancouver gets qualifying match

Vancouver turned out for Canada at the Women’s World Cup this summer. Now the Canadian Soccer Association hopes it will do the same for the Canadian men in their bid to make soccer’s showcase. 664 more words

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Women's World Cup: Round of 16

There were some teams that had it harder than others in the Round of 16: Australia, Canada, England … but there were also scary flashes of defeat when Japan was playing the Netherlands, and China vs Cameroon. 253 more words

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Carrie Serwetnyk: For their own goal

For many athletes, the ultimate dream is to play for their country. To translate one’s blood, sweat and tears in return for the honour to wear the national jersey and sing the anthem before the flag is a deep and glorious satisfaction. 955 more words

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Women's World Cup: Highlights from the Third Round of Matches

The third and last round of the group stage had a few nail-biters: Spain vs Korea Republic, Canada vs Netherlands, Australia vs Sweden. The WWC has given us a little bit of everything in terms of quality and style, however Germany and Japan have – by far – been real standouts. 236 more words

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More wins means more money for teams still in contention at Women's World Cup

THE CANADIAN PRESS

VANCOUVER — Moving deeper into the Women’s World Cup means more prize money for Canada.

In qualifying for the quarter-finals with a 1-0 win over Switzerland on Sunday, the Canadians assured themselves at least $725,000 US. 184 more words

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