The U.S. WNT has arrived in Canada for a week of training before taking on the host on June 2 at BMO Field. Kickoff is 4:30 p.m. ET and the match will be broadcast live on ESPNews.
Twenty of the 21 players trained on Monday morning in beautiful weather outside of Toronto, while Tobin Heath completed the roster as she arrived from France just before dinner. Heath recently finished her club campaign with Paris Saint-Germain, finished second in the league behind Megan Rapinoe's Lyon, and earning a Champions League berth for next season.
As all the players are coming straight out of their club seasons, there are some bumps and bruinses, but all players are fit and ready to play on Sunday outside of defender Kelley O'Hara, who injured her ankle playing for Sky Blue FC on the weekend and is listed as "day-to-day." She arrived in camp and is doing rehab with the USA's medical staff. The Peachtree City native is also known as a quick healer.
The match on Sunday against Canada will also be the debut of the the U.S. women wearing the Centennial kit. The players came into training camp and were getting sized for the new jerseys and shorts and the overal summary of the players' opinion on the jerseys was this: "sweet."
So, if you are a U.S. fan coming to the game, and have a Centennial jersey, Sunday would be the time to wear it. Or, if you are watching on TV, you can wear it as well. #100Years