MEET TEAM CANADA
CANADA WOMEN'S NATIONAL TEAM
In 2000, Christine Sinclair made her debut on the Canada Women's National Team at the age of 16. Ever since, the team has ranked in the world's top 10, earned back-to-back global podium finishes and won two continental championships. With the most international goals of any active player in the game, Sinclair will lead the undefeated 2019 squad as they hope to be the last team standing this summer.
Watch these players as they attempt their best finish in the tournament.
Ranked second all-time in international goals, Christine Sinclair is the most successful footballer in Canadian history—and is hoping to guide her team to victory.
Sophie Schmidt, the backbone of Canada's midfield, provides veteran experience with steely determination. With nearly 200 caps, she's accustomed to winning matches on the world stage, but she's driven to capture the game's highest honour.
Don't let youth fool you when it comes to the big-game potential of Janine Beckie. Fast to strike, the team's prolific scorer is a sure-fire threat for all 90 minutes.
The new kit honours the nation with a bold red to represent the maple leaf—the official symbol of Canada for more than three centuries. On the kit, the leaf represents the team's combination of new and veteran players destined and determined to continue their country's winning tradition.
The white away shirt stays classic, while the red maple leaf shows up in the crest to carry the nation's beloved symbol above the heart.