Canada Looks to ‘Threepeat’ at IFAF U20 World Championship; Games to Stream Live on IFAF.TV 

by Braydon Stachel

Edmonton, Alberta – Reigning U20 World Champion Canada aims for a ‘threepeat’ on home soil from June 22-30. Fans in Canada and around the world can catch all the action streaming live on IFAF.TV. 

IFAF.TV makes live action available internationally in conjunction with streams and broadcasts provided by nations hosting IFAF events and their own domestic competitions, and alongside valued partners.

The City of Champions will host a total of 12 games as teams from Australia, Austria, Brazil, Japan, Panama, and the United States challenge Canada’s dominance at the World Junior level. This marks the sixth edition of the tournament. 

The IFAF U20 World Championship kicks off on June 22, with Canada 2 facing Austria at 11 AM at Clarke Stadium and Canada 1 facing Brazil at 5 PM in Commonwealth Stadium. This match marks Brazil’s historic debut in the U20 category. Head coach of TC1 Warren Craney acknowledges the pressure of defending the title on home soil. “The pressure is the expectation,” says Craney. “It will be very difficult, and every year the quality of football around the world gets better. There is no easy route to the final anymore.” 

Fans can purchase tickets for single games, Canada Passes, and Tournament Passes through TicketMaster and the official website at worldjrfootballchampionships.com. Don’t miss the opportunity to witness world-class junior football action and support Canada as they aim for an unprecedented third consecutive championship. Tune in to IFAF.TV to catch every moment live. 

Full Schedule:

Saturday, June 22

Clarke Stadium

11:00 a.m. Canada 2 vs. Austria (Game 1)

4:00 p.m. Japan vs. Australia (Game 3)

Commonwealth Stadium

12:00 p.m. USA vs. Panama (Game 2)

5:00 p.m. Canada vs. Brazil (Game 4)

Wednesday, June 26

Clarke Stadium

11:00 a.m. Canada 2 vs. Brazil (Game 5)

4:00 p.m. Panama vs. Australia (Game 7)

Commonwealth Stadium

12:00 p.m. USA vs. Japan (Game 6)

5:00 p.m. Canada 1 vs. Austria (Game 8)

Sunday, June 30

Clarke Stadium

11:00 a.m. 7th & 8th Place Game

4:00 p.m. 5th & 6th Place Game

Commonwealth Stadium

12:00 p.m. Bronze Medal Game

5:00 p.m. Gold Medal Game

For more information and updates, visit the official website and follow Football Canada and Football Alberta on social media. 

Contact:  
Jim Mullin 
President, Football Canada 
[email protected]

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