canada vs japan Tickets
|Canada Vs Japan Tickets|
|Exhibition: Canada vs. Japan [WOMEN]|| Webster Bank Arena At Harbor Yard
Details of Canada Vs Japan and the Ticket Luck value
Each year, a number of international soccer exhibition games are played. This time around, the Canada national soccer team will face the Japan national soccer team, in a breathtaking display of skill and talent. These are teams who have taken part in some of the most exciting international tournaments and defeated a number of teams. See them play live, after purchasing Canada vs Japan tickets.
The Canadian national soccer team is known to its fans by the nicknames, The Canucks and The Reds. The team is a member of the Canadian Soccer Association and the CONCACAF Confederation, of which the US is also a member. Benito Floro is the team's head coach and Julian de Guzman is the captain. Paul Stalteri holds the record for the most caps, at eighty four, with Dwayne De Rosario as the top scorer with twenty goals to his name. Canada's first international game was against the US, which it defeated by 1–0. Its biggest win, so far, has been against the US, which it defeated with a score of 7–0 and Saint Lucia, which it also defeated with 7–0.
The Reds are set to face the Japanese soccer team in the upcoming game. They have appeared in FIFA World Cup once, in 1986, and appeared in the CONCACAF Championship & Gold Cup twelve times. They have won the championship twice, once in 1985 and then in 2000. The Reds have also played in one Confederations Cup and have won gold at the Summer Olympics in 1904. They also earned the North American Nations Cup and the CONCACAF George Kafaty Trophy as the top confederation qualifier in the FIFA World Cup.
Japan's national soccer team, who will play against Canada are nicknamed as the Blue Samurais and are members of the Japan Football Association. They are members of the East Asian EAFF sub–confederation and the Asian AFC confederation. Javier Aguirre is the team's head coach, while Makoto Hasebe serves as the captain. Yasuhito Endo holds the record for the most caps, at one hundred and forty six, whereas Kunishige Kamamoto is the team's top scorer with eighty goals scored so far. Japan's home stadium is the Saitama Stadium 2002. The team has been ranked in the Top 10 by the FIFA Rankings and eighth by the Elo rankings.
Japan's first international win was against the Philippines, who they defeated by 15–0. They have five FIFA World Cup appearances to their name and have made it to the Round 16 of the tournament twice. They also have seven Asian Cup appearances and have won four Cups so far, the last three were in 2000, 2004 and 2011. The Japanese team has also played in one Copa America tournament, as well as four Confederations Cup, emerging as the runners–up in 2001.
Catch the Blue Samurais on the stadium, facing the Reds, in what is set to be an amazing soccer game, provided Canada vs Japan tickets have been bought beforehand.