Honduras vs. Canada

Honduras vs Canada 2017 Friday July 14 : Pre-Game Coverage, Live Coverage, TV Schedule, Video Highlights – Game Re-cap

Honduras vs Canada 2017 Friday July 14 : Pre-Game Coverage, Live Coverage, TV Schedule, Video Highlights – Game Re-cap

Honduras vs Canada

Honduras vs Canada

Gold Cup Match

2017 Gold Cup CONCACAF Honduras

Group A: Honduras, Costa Rica, French Guiana, Canada.
Group B: U.S.A., Panama, Martinique, Haiti or Nicaragua.
Group C: Mexico, El Salvador, Curacao, Jamaica.
Match schedule: (Kickoff times to be determined)
Friday, July 7 at NY/NJ Red Bull Arena: French Guiana vs. Canada; Honduras vs. Costa Rica.
Saturday, July 8 at Nissan Stadium, Nashville: USA vs. Panama; Martinique vs. Haiti/Nicaragua.
Sunday, July 9 at Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego: Curacao vs. Jamaica; Mexico vs. El Salvador.
Tuesday, July 11 at BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston: Costa Rica vs. Canada; Honduras vs. French Guiana.
Wednesday, July 12 at Raymond James Stadium, Tampa: Panama vs. Haiti/Nicaragua; USA vs. Martinique.
Thursday, July 13 at Sports Authority Field, Denver: El Salvador vs. Curacao; Mexico vs.Jamaica.
Friday, July 14 at Toyotoa Stadium, Frisco, Texas: Costa Rica vs. French Guiana; Canada vs. Honduras.
Saturday, July 15, FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland: Panama vs.Martinique; Haiti/Nicaragua vs. USA.
Sunday, July 16, Alamodome, San Antonio: Jamaica vs. El Salvador; Curacao vs. Mexico.
Wednesday, July 19 at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia: 1A vs. 2B; 1B vs. 3A/C.
Thursday July 20 at University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale: 1C vs. 3A/B; 2C vs. 2A.
Saturday, July 22 at AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas: QF 1 vs. QF 2.
Sunday, July 23 at Rose Bowl, Pasadena: QF 3 vs. QF 4.
Wednesday, July 26 at Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara: SF 1 vs. SF 2.

Previous Honduras vs Canada Matches

Update: Final Score: Canada 1 Honduras 0

Video of Honduras vs Canada – World Cup Qualifier

Next up Honduras vs Mexico

Honduras will face off vs Canada on Friday November 13, 2015  The Honduras vs Canada soccer match marks the beginning of the qualification rounds en route to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. The match will be played in Vancouver, BC , Canada.

Canada will be looking to avenge the 8 – 1 defeat they suffered vs Honduras back in 2912 which eliminated them from the Brazil World Cup. (See more about that match below)

Possible Honduras Roster


Noel Valladares (Olimpia)

Donis Escober (Olimpia)


Maynor Figueroa (Colorado Rapids, MLS)

Johny Palacios (Olimpia)

Bryan Beckeles (Necaxa)

Emilio Izaguirre (Celtic)

Ever Alvarado (Olimpia)

Wilmer Crisanto (Motagua)

Johny Leverón (Correcaminos)

José Velásquez Colón (Victoria)


Bryan Acosta (Real España)

Luis Garrido (Houston Dynamo )

Boniek García (Houston Dynamo)

Carlos Discua (Liga Deportiva Alajuelense)

Mario Martínez (Ennpi, Egipto)

Oliver Morazán (Olimpia)

Erick Andino (Motagua)

Romell Quioto (Olimpia)

Arnold Peralta ( Olimpia)


Rubilio Castillo (Correcaminos)

Anthony Lozano (Tenerife)

Ángel Tejeda (Honduras Progreso)

Jerry Bengtson (Pérsepolis, India)

Head Coach: Jorge Luis Pinto,  of the Honduras National Team known as “técnico de la Selección Nacional de Honduras”

Stay tuned for more Pre-Game Coverage, Live Coverage, Video Highlights, TV Schedule – Game Re-cap

Previous Honduras vs Canada Soccer Matches

Honduras vs. Canada 2012 World Cup 2014 Brazil Qualification soccer match.

Game Update:


Final Honduras 8 Canada 1

GOOOLLLLLLL Honduras 8 Canada 1 Carlos Costly

GOOOOOOLLLL Honduras 7 Canada 1 Jerry Bengtson

Gol by Canada Honduras 6 Canada 1 Hume Iain
Eleven minutes to go in the game
We are at minute 70
Honduras 6 Canada 0

Honduras 6 Canada 0

Honduras 5 Canada 0

Half Time Honduras 4 Canada 0
Honduras 4 Canada 0
Honduras 4 Canada 0

Honduras vs Canada Game Recap

The Catrachos must win the Canada vs Honduras match to qualify for the Hexagonal to the World Cup on Tuesday the 16th of October 2012 Game time is 2:00 PM Honduras Time (GMT -6) 4:00 PM New York Time.

This is a MUST win for both Honduras and Canada. Winner take all and moves on. Loser is disqualified from the World Cup.

Previous game
After forgetting the bitter pill of defeat against Panama in game 1, the Honduras Seleccion traveled to Canada where they will hold their second qualifying match of the 3rd phase of the Concacaf eliminations towards the Brazil World Cup 2014.

Update: Game Over final score 0 – 0

Recap of the game. Honduras Seleccion played with their hearts however mistakes and only 4 significant attacks to the Canadian goal resulted in a gloomy tie for the team as well as the fans.
Changes prior to the next 2 games which Honduras is required to win against Cuba, 7th and 11th of September are a definite must. Then hope that Panama and Canada can damage their current stronghold of the division, in the two games that they will have on the same dates; in order for the 1 point they achieved with the tie against Canada yesterday to have any significance.

Update: Half time game tied 0-0

CANADA: Milan Borjan, Kevin McKenna, Nikolas Ledgerwood (Tosaint Ricketts, minute 71), Andrew Hainault, Ante Jazic, Atiba Hutchinson (Simeon Jackson, minute 88), David Edgar, Julián De Guzmán, Will Johnson, Olivier Occean (Ian Hume, minute 84) and Dwayne De Rosario.
Coach: Stephen Hart

HONDURAS: Noel Valladares, Víctor Bernárdez, Mauricio Sabillón, Maynor Figueroa, Juan Carlos García, Roger Espinoza, Wilson Palacios, Emilio Izaguirre, Boniek García, Carlo Costly and Anthony Lozano (David Suazo, minute 72).
Coach: Luis Fernando Suárez.

Update: Tuesday June 12, 2012
After a brief practice at the Canadian BMO Field on Monday players from the Honduras Seleccion team had the following comments:

Maynor Figueroa reassures everyone the team is “ready” and “united”, “Keep believing in us, we are going to do everything humanly possible to forge ahead”. “We as a team are convinced we can get this win in Canada”

Noel Valladares stated the team has “everything under control”. “We are ready and hope to win this game against Canada and be at peace again”.

Luis Suarez stated that David Suazo “may” be a starter. However, his exact status will not be announced until game time due to the pain he still has in his heel. On the other hand, for Coach Suarez, a loss to Canada may be his demise with the Honduran Seleccion, as there are four other candidates for coach on his heels: Mexican Juan de Dios Cuate Castillo, Ramón Primitivo Maradiaga, Chelato Uclés as well as the Argentinian Mario Zanabria.

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The Canadian maple leaf is the team to beat and those selected are clear that their only goal is victory.

“The game against Panama is past us; now we are on the way to win against Canada,” said Victor “Muma” Bernárdez before boarding the plane that would come take him to Canada.
The first to go to Toronto were David Suazo, Maynor Figueroa, Wilson Palacios, and Emilio Izaguirre. After the game, unfortunately, they will not return to Honduras, and called for different flights.

At 10:00 am on Sunday, June 10th, the rest of the group met the previous four in San Salvador, and arrived at 10:00 pm in Toronto, where they immediately retired to rest.

Monday the Honduras Seleccion had plans to visit the BMO field, where they will play the oh so important match for Honduras. They trained at another venue in the afternoon, stated Gerardo Ramos, the general manager of the national team.

The coach made it clear that David Suazo, the absent face in the soccer game vs Panama, is going to play. He has not yet decided whether Suazo will be a starter, or be used during changes.
At this time it is too difficult to state that Palacios will play in the Honduras vs Canada game, as he is suffering from a concussion, and a fracture, as well as a pain in his heel while walking.

“Whether these players participate or not, I have various plans worked out. Let’s just make it clear that the goal of the game is to win the three points possible in Canada.
While acknowledging how bad their play was against Panama, Suarez said, “These players have desire, desire to win, an honest group that wants to represent Honduras well and appease the Seleccion fans.”
He acknowledged that he feels pressured to beat Canada, “but even if we won the Honduras vs Panama game, we always feel pressured to win”.

Allan Lalin, who was sidelined by the coach in the first game, and today is a possibility as a change up player in Toronto, cleared up doubts. “The truth is that I feel very hurt by what happened, as part of the group who did not play, I feel the pain I felt when the fans threw bottles and all … we wanted to win, but could not; now it is time to think of Canada, to stand as men, as warriors, to go to get the three points. “

“We are not murderers” states Alfredo Mejia, midfielder, who was another who did not play, but also showed his resentment.
“The fans insulted us; we know that they pay for a ticket and do what they wish in the stadium, but we are players, we are not murderers, we are trying to lift the spirits. Now we have more to gain in Canada and we must do it for the fans, coach, our families and ourselves. “

The central defender, Victor Bernardez Muma said, “We pray to God to bless our roster so we may win in Canada. What happened in the match of Honduras vs Panama is in the past, and can not be deleted. Now we have a new game and we must win it.” Muma said the loss to Panama helped them see the errors that were being committed, “Although we lost, the mentality and mission has always been to win, we are clear that we must redouble our efforts and continue to fight together.”

Previous Honduras vs Canad Soccer Matches

Honduras plays Canada at 12:30 in the CONCACAF U-17 soccer championship in Jamaica today

Both teams are 1-0-0 and have already qualified for the quarter-finals of the 12-team tournament, but will be facing off for first place in Group C, which could mean a more favorable pairing in the quarter-finals next Wednesday. The winner of Group C plays the runner-up in Group D, which consists of Trinidad and Tobago (1-0-1), Jamaica (0-0-1) and Guatemala (0-1-0).

Honduras has qualified for the last two World Under-17 Championships.

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