Canada does not have any relevant history with regard to the FIFA world cup yet. Their sole qualification for the finals prior to their appearance in Qatar was way back in 1986. They head into the world cup with one of their highest-ever world rankings in 41. They also have some of the brightest talents the national team has ever seen, with the likes of Alphonso Davies as well as Jonathan David in the squad playing for European teams. They will also be hosting the world cup in 2026 along with USA and Mexico, and they will hope this tournament will be a springboard for bigger and better things in their backyard.
Although with a minimal record in the FIFA world cup finals, they have won 2 gold cups in their time, with 18 qualifications out of a possible 26, and plenty of trips to the final four and last eight during their time. They do not have the best form heading into the world cup, it has to be said, and it will play a big part in their morale.
Canada Team FIFA World Cup Kits
The revolution that has been seen in kits will only continue, as fans from around the globe like kits that are good-looking and want to wear them to different places like pubs and cafes and when they want to have a kick about with their friends.
Nike is the kit manufacturer for Canada, and the emblem of the Canadian FA is on the opposite side of the Nike logo, and this is the case for both sets of jerseys. The two kits that Canada will be repping at the world cup are the symbolic representation of their flag. The first kit is predominantly red, while the second is predominantly white in colour.
The red kit is nothing special, in all fairness. The designers have just used red as the base and haven’t added anything in the middle of the kit, which makes it stand out in any way. The shoulder and sleeves have some design of layers and lines stuck together, but it is not enough to keep the kit from looking absolutely tasteless and bland.
The white kit is worse than their first kit, as it is basically just white, and there is nothing else going on with the kit. There aren’t even subtle highlights anywhere on the kit that will add the least bit of colour to the kit. The only elements that exist in both kits are the logo and the Canadian emblem.