Canada Women’s Football Team is going to fight for the FIFA World Cup 2023, but before even challenging another team in the World Cup, they need to deal with their own financial problems.
The organization that handles money-related management for the Canada team and also all the necessary things about it said that they are on sort of money because there is not much revenue coming from the programs.
Canadian MPs asked all the soccer officials to investigate the scenario. Canada Women’s football team is 7th ranked in the international ranking, and they won the last Olympic Championship, defeating USWNT and Sweden.
Canada has some amazing players all over the field, especially in the forward line Christine Sinclair is the all-time international women’s goal-scorer across men’s and women’s. She scored 185 goals till now and will be in the poacher position for the team. It is going to be her last tournament, as she is already 40 years old.
Recently Canada did not have an amazing 2023 year because they lost 3 matches out of 4 matches. Another bad news for them is that they are in the group of death, which is Group B, because they will be against Australia, who are the co-hosts of the World Cup, Ireland, who have been quite good, and Nigeria, who can turn around any match with their brute strength.
The Squad of the Canada Women’s Football for the FIFA World Cup 2023
Goalkeepers: Kailen Sheridan (San Diego Wave FC), Sabrina D’Angelo (Arsenal FC), Lysianne Proulx (SCU Torreense).
Defenders: Kadeisha Buchanan (Chelsea FC), Gabrielle Carle (Washington Spirit), Allysha Chapman (Houston Dash), Vanessa Gilles (Olympique Lyonnais), Ashley Lawrence (Chelsea FC), Jayde Riviere (Manchester United), Shelina Zadaorsky (Tottenham Hotspur).
Midfielders: Simi Awujo (University of Southern California), Jessie Fleming (Chelsea FC), Julia Grosso (Juventus), Quinn (OL Reign), Sophie Schmidt (Houston Dash).
Forwards: Olivia Smith (Penn State), Jordyn Huitema (OL Reign), Cloe Lacasse (Arsenal FC), Adriana Leon (Portland Thorns), Deanne Rose (Reading FC), Christine Sinclair (Portland Thorns), Nichelle Prince (Houston Dash), Evelyne Viens (Kristianstad).