CANADA'S SENIOR MEN'S NATIONAL TEAM HEADS HOME FOR A STRING OF GAMES THIS SUMMER
TORONTO, ON (June 12, 2018) - Never before have there been so many opportunities to see the senior men's national team compete against elite competition here on home soil. With a total of four games from east to west taking place in less than two weeks, the team has an intense schedule of games that'll be sure to entertain all Canadian hoops fans.
The action starts with a training camp out in Vancouver beginning later in the month to kick off the summer. Click here for a list of training camp invitees.
Friday, June 22nd, the team will face Team China, the eventual host of the 2019 World Cup, in the inaugural Pacific Rim Challenge at Rogers Place in Vancouver.
Sunday, June 24th, the team will play Team China once again, this time at Save on Foods Memorial Centre in Victoria.
The team will then head east to Toronto for the FIBA World Cup Qualifier game versus the Dominican Republic at Ricoh Coliseum on June 29th as they continue in their quest to qualify for the World Cup.
Following that, it's off to the nation's capital where they'll play the the US Virgin Islands on July 2nd in another FIBA World Cup Qualifier at the Arena at TD Place.
Although Canada's talent has been spread across the globe, this summer will mark a rare occurence in which Canadian fans will get to enjoy watching their national team compete on home soil. Don't miss your chance to see some of your favourite Canadian athletes represent our country this summer. Tickets are on sale now, get yours soon!