The final stretch of Canada's road to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar is on Sportsnet.
Sportsnet is carrying 13 of the country's 14 matches through March 2022 in the so-called Octagonal as part of the last round of Concacaf World Cup qualifying.
That's right, Canada... @Sportsnet is hitting the pitch for #CDNMNT CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers!
Sportsnet to air 1⃣3⃣ #WCQ matches on TV & https://t.co/av8g1gFeHC from Sept to March. Action kicks off tomorrow at 8ET/5PT @CanadaSoccerEN | https://t.co/3vjja60qne pic.twitter.com/b5o4cLdnHn
— Sportsnet PR (@SportsnetPR) September 2, 2021
The top three teams will book their ticket to Qatar, while the fourth-place team will have another shot to gain entry via an intercontinental playoff in June 2022.
Canada's attempt to make its return — and second-ever appearance — to the World Cup since 1986 begins at BMO Field against Honduras on Sept. 2. Toronto will also host the Canadian men's matches vs. El Salvador on Sept. 8 and Panama on Oct. 13.
Here's a full breakdown of Sportsnet's broadcast schedule of the qualifying games, with all times Eastern:
Sept. 2: Canada vs. Honduras, 8 p.m., Sportsnet
Sept. 8: Canada vs. El Salvador, 7:30 p.m., Sportsnet ONE
Oct. 7: Mexico vs. Canada, TBD
Oct. 10: Jamaica vs. Canada, TBD
Oct. 13: Canada vs. Panama, TBD
Nov. 12: Canada vs. Costa Rica, TBD
Nov. 16: Canada vs. Mexico, TBD
Jan. 27: Honduras vs. Canada, TBD
Jan. 30: Canada vs. United States, TBD
Feb. 2: El Salvador vs. Canada, TBD
March 24: Costa Rica vs. Canada, TBD
March 27: Canada vs. Jamaica, TBD
March 30: Panama vs. Canada, TBD