Canada plays Honduras on Nov. 12 and Nov. 14. (Canada Soccer, graphic)

Canada Soccer has an 18-player squad preparing for a Men’s U-20 International Series against fellow CONCACAF member Honduras. The camp in the U.S. and Honduras runs until Nov. 15, with international matches against Honduras on Nov. 12 and Nov. 14 in Tegucigalpa.

The two matches fall during the FIFA international window, which will give Canada an opportunity to bring together some of their top players from both North American and European-based clubs.

In the group, 12 of 18 are making their first international trip to Honduras, as six players previously travelled to San Pedro Sula for the 2015 CONCACAF Men’s Under-17 Championship. Only four players in the group are making their first trip to Central America, including rookie Sebastian Breza.

The 18 players are attached to clubs in seven countries including Canada. From Canada Soccer’s EXCEL Program, Shamit Shome was not selected for this particular camp because his club FC Edmonton are in the NASL playoffs. Unavailable through injuries were Marcus Godinho and Liam Millar.

The younger players that recently fared well during the Men’s U-18 series in El Salvador have been added to the roster for this camp. Both Dante Campbell and Shaan Hundal earned their first call ups with the Men’s U-20 squad (for players born 1997 or later). Campbell, Hundal, and U-20 regular Ballou Tabla (who recently signed with MLS side Montreal  Impact) are the three 1999-born players in the camp.

Canada’s Roster
GK- Sebastian Breza
GK- Dayne St. Clair
CB- Thomas Meilleur Giguère
CB- Kamal Miller
CB- Kosovar Sadiki
FB- Gabriel Boakye
FB- Kadin Chung
M- Tristan Borges
M- Dante Campbell
M- David Choinière
M- Liam Fraser
M- Luca Uccello
W- Joshua Doughty
W- Dayonn Harris
W- Ballou Jean-Yves Tabla
W- Kris Twardek
F- Shaan Hundal
F- Dario Zanatta

– Canada Soccer