CANOE SLAM! HOCKEY SLAM! FOOTBALL SLAM! BASEBALL SLAM! BASKETBALL SLAM! SKATING SLAM! SKIING SLAM! SPORT-BY-SPORT SLAM! SPORTS SLAM! GLOBAL NAVIGATION
SLAM! SOCCER

SLAM! Sports
SLAM! Soccer
World Cup


COLUMNS
  • Homepage

    THE WORLD
  • 2000 Games
  • Canada
  • MLS
  • NPSL
  • Euro 2000
  • Euro 96
  • World Cup
  • Confed. Cup
  • A-League Standings
  • A-League Playoffs
  • FIFA Rankings
    Canada:
    News
    England:
    Standings
    Schedule
    Top Scorers
    Report
    FA Cup Res.
    Teams
    Germany:
    Standings
    Schedule
    Top Scorers
    Report
    German Cup
    League Champs
    Teams
    Italy:
    Standings
    Schedule
    Report
    Top Scorers
    Cup Results
    Cup History
    League Champs
    Teams
    Spain:
    Standings
    Schedule
    Report
    Top Scorers
    Holland:
    Standings
    Schedule
    Report
    Champions
    Teams
    France:
    Standings
    Scotland:
    Standings
    Portugal:
    Standings
    Greece:
    Standings


    INTERACTIVE
  • LIVE! Scoreboard
  • Photo Gallery
  • Soccer Talk

    ALSO ON SLAM!

    CHRONO SPORTS

  • Thursday, August 3, 2000

    Canada's Under-17 to face U.S. counterparts

     OTTAWA (CSA) -- Canada's Men's Under-17 team head coach Otmane Ibrir and the Canadian Soccer Association today released the 24-player roster which will participate in a seven-day camp in St-Jacques, Quebec from August 3-9.

     Following the camp, 18 players will be selected for a two-day mini camp in Oneonta, New York on August 10-11. The squad will then play in the annual National Soccer Hall of Fame Game against the United States on August 12 at Elmore Field on the Hartwick College Campus in Oneonta (kick-off 7:30 p.m.).

     Oneonta, NY is the home of the National Soccer Hall of Fame and is only 20 minutes from Cooperstown, NY, site of the Baseball Hall of Fame.

     The Under-17 Football Confederation Qualifying Tournaments for the 2001 FIFA Under-17 World Championships will take place in the United States from April 18-22, 2001 and May 2-6, 2001 in Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula, Honduras. The winners of each tournament and the host country will earn berths to the 2001 FIFA Under-17 World Championships in Trinidad and Tobago.

     Members of Canada's Under-17 squad were all born in either 1984 or 1985. All players born on January 1, 1984 and after are eligible for the Football Confederation Under-17 Qualifying Tournaments.



    SLAM! TOP STORIES

    Bert's back on blades
    Blue Jays boot game
    Bombers drop Peterson
    Felicien rebuilds race
    Which team is your early pick to win the Stanley Cup this season?
      Blackhawks
      Penguins
      Bruins
      Kings
      Blues
      Red Wings
      Canucks
      Ducks
      Another team


    Results
    Visit our Polls Archive