Canada Soccer announced today that more than 35,000 tickets have already been sold for the Canada Soccer Women’s National Team match versus Australia at BC Place on Tuesday 5 December at 19:00 PT. The highly anticipated match, presented by CIBC, will mark Christine Sinclair’s final time taking the pitch for Canada in international competition. 

“The national support for our Women’s National Team has always been extraordinary, and as of late, that tremendous fandom has resulted in four straight home match sellouts. This will be the largest attendance of the fall series of matches, and I encourage everyone who wants to join us in sending off a Canadian icon to secure their seats quickly.” ​

- Jason de Vos, Canada Soccer Interim General Secretary.

Additional Upper Bowl ticket inventory has been released to the public today, and the remaining seats can be purchased via 

“The opportunity for Canadian fans to come together to celebrate our team and take in all of the celebrations planned for our match in Vancouver, will be a moment to remember." ​

- Bev Priestman, Women’s National Team Head Coach.

The 5 December showdown will be the second of two matches between Canada and Australia, with the two teams squaring off on Friday 1 December at the sold-out Starlight Stadium in Langford on Vancouver Island, presented by Visa. 

Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team are using the two-match series against Australia as a key part of the ongoing preparations for the 2024 Paris Olympic Games, where they enter as the reigning Olympic Gold Medallists. Canada recently qualified for Paris 2024 by advancing past Jamaica in a two-match series played in September. 

Following Olympic qualification, Canada hosted Brazil at two sold-out matches in Montreal and Halifax in late-October. Canada defeated Brazil 2:0 in Halifax following a last-minute 1:0 defeat to Brazil in Montreal. ​ 

Australia is coming off their best-ever, fourth-place finish at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 and have advanced to the final round of the AFC Olympic Qualifying tournament, which will be held February 2024. 

Both matches will air live and exclusively on OneSoccer, available on the fuboTV Canada platform, as a linear channel on Telus’s Optik TV (Channel 980), as well as online at and through the OneSoccer app, with the 1 December evening match starting at 19.30 PT / 22.30 ET and the 5 December match starting at 19.00 PT / 22.00 ET. ​ Fans will find extended coverage across Canada Soccer’s digital channels on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube featuring the hashtag #CANWNT.


Marianne Gagné

Women’s National Team Communications Manager | Responsable des communications de l'équipe nationale féminine, Canada Soccer

Philomène Sully-Bitsi

Communications Coordinator | Coordinatrice des communications, Canada Soccer

Paulo Senra

Chief Communications & Content Officer | Chef des communications et du contenu, Canada Soccer



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