Canada names 23-player roster for Concacaf Nations League

Lizzy Becherano
John Herdman names 23-player roster for Concacaf Nations League.
John Herdman names 23-player roster for Concacaf Nations League. / Richard Heathcote/GettyImages

Canada announced their 23-player roster for the upcoming Concacaf Nations League matches, with Alphonso Davies and Jonathan David headlining the squad. 

The team will travel to Curacao on March 25, before hosting Honduras on March 28 to conclude the group stage phase of the 2023 tournament. Canada currently sits in second place of Group C, behind Honduras, with three points and a 1W-0D-1L record. 

The roster stands as Canada’s first camp since the 2022 FIFA World Cup, where they lost all three group stage matches to finish bottom of the Group F standings. This year, however, Canada will not participate in any World Cup qualifiers as the country will serve as one of three co-hosts of the 2026 tournament, alongside the United States and Mexico. 

Here’s the complete squad…


  • Milan Borjan - Red Star Belgrade
  • Tom McGill - Brighton & Hove Albion U-21
  • Dayne St. Clair - Minnesota United FC


  • Derek Cornelius - Malmö FF
  • Scott Kennedy - SSV Jahn Regensburg
  • Kamal Miller - CF Montréal
  • Steven Vitória - GD Chaves
  • Dominick Zator - Korona Kielce
  • Samuel Adekugbe - Galatasaray SK
  • Alistair Johnston - Celtic FC
  • Richie Laryea - Toronto FC


  • Stephen Eustáquio - FC Porto
  • Atiba Hutchinson - Beşiktaş JK
  • Mark-Anthony Kaye - Toronto FC
  • Ismaël Koné - Watford FC
  • Victor Loturi - Ross County FC
  • Jonathan Osorio - Toronto FC


  • Ayo Akinola - Toronto FC
  • Charles-Andreas Brym - FC Eindhoven
  • Tajon Buchanan - Club Brugge KV
  • Jonathan David - Lille OSC
  • Alphonso Davies - FC Bayern München
  • Cyle Larin - Real Valladolid CF