The Canada Soccer on Saturday announced additional tickets will be made available for the upcoming World Cup Qualifiers match against Panama in Toronto. (Photo Credit – Canada Soccer)
The Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team will face Panama on 13th October at BMO Field.
The Ontario Health recently announced that capacity limits will be increased in many indoor public settings where proof of vaccination is required as well as in certain outdoor event venues, effective September 25, 2021, at 12:01 a.m.
“We play for Canada and it is the fans for whom we are doing this, for those who are as passionate about this sport and country as us” said John Herdman, Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team Head Coach. “We want to take this country and our fans to a FIFA World Cup, that is our mission and playing at home our fans are the difference makers.”
All fans in attendance will be required to demonstrate proof of full vaccination to enter the stadium and must follow BMO Field COVID protocols and guidelines, including wearing a mask, the Canada Soccer said in a statement.
The statement further added that all matches held in Canada are subject to all public health guidelines.
Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team have opened FIFA World Cup Qualifiers unbeaten through four matches and are coming off a vital 1:1 draw with Mexico at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City on Thursday.
Canada will next face Jamaica in Kingston, Jamaica on Sunday 10 October before returning to Toronto to face Panama.