Canada’s roster for the Algarve Cup was announced this morning, with coach John Herdman making two changes to his squad that qualified Canada for the Olympics.
Erin McLeod, whose move to FC Rosengard in Sweden was made official this week, is unavailable for the Algarve Cup due to club commitments. Goalkeeper Kailen Sheridan, who most recently represented Canada at the 2015 Pan Am Games, was named to the squad to replace McLeod.
20-year-old forward Summer Clarke is the only other addition to the squad.
Canada is in Group A and will play Denmark on March 2, Belgium on March 4, and Iceland on March 7. Portugal, New Zealand, Russia, and Brazil are in Group B. Canada last competed in the Algarve Cup in 2003.
Canada’s Algarve Cup roster by position:
Stephanie Labbé, Washington Spirit (age 29)
Sabrina D’Angelo, Western New York Flash (age 23)
Kailen Sheridan, Clemson University (age 20)
Kadeisha Buchanan, West Virginia University (age 20)
Rebecca Quinn, Duke University (age 20)
Shelina Zadorsky, Washington Spirit (age 23)
Josée Bélanger, Orlando Pride (age 29)
Allysha Chapman, Houston Dash (age 27)
Rhian Wilkinson (age 33)
Jessie Fleming (age 17)
Ashley Lawrence, West Virginia University (age 20)
Diana Matheson, Washington Spirit (age 31)
Deanne Rose, Scarborough GS United (age 16)
Sophie Schmidt, FFC Frankfurt (age 27)
Desiree Scott, FC Kansas City (age 28)
Janine Beckie, Houston Dash (age 21)
Summer Clarke, Louisiana State University (age 20)
Gabrielle Carle, Dynamo Québec (age 17)
Nichelle Prince, Ohio State University (age 21)
Christine Sinclair, Portland Thorns FC (age 32)
Melissa Tancredi, KIF Örebro (age 34)
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