Jesse Fleming and Shelina Zadorsky are share of a 20-devotee Canadian womens soccer team roster that will attempt to qualify for the 2016 Olympic Summer Games in Rio.

The Londoners will participate in the CONCACAF Olympic qualifying in two weeks in the U.S. Canada can qualify by making the tournament unmodified.

The roster includes three goalkeepers, six defenders, five midfielders and six forwards and is a fused of youngster years and experience.

Canada is coming off a sixth place finish at the FIFA Womens World Cup last summer. Head coach John Herdman agreed three fewer players than the 23 he named to the lead the World Cup.

Fleming, 17, has become a regular fixture in version to the national team in the midfield. She was a follower of the 2015 World Cup team. She has 21 caps taking into consideration 13 starts.

Zadorsky, 23, is a central defender and a assistant of Canadas Pan Am Games team. Zadorsky has four senior team caps and started two games.

Herdman chosen 13 players that were members of the World Cup team squad and six from the 2012 London Olympic bronze team. There are seven players 20 or younger, including Fleming.

Canada, ranked 11th in the world, will compete in Group B of the CONCACAF tournament. They door Feb. 11 adjoining 89th ranked Guyana into the future taking concerning 48th ranked Trinidad and Tobago three days complex and afterward playing 76th ranked Guatemala Feb. 16.

Group A includes the United States, Mexico, Costa Rica and Puerto Rico.

Canada will perform every one its games at BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston. That will in addition to be the location of the knockout circular and unadulterated.