|OFFICIAL NAME||The Canadian Soccer Association|
|HEAD COACH||Bev Priestman|
|BEST FINISH||Champion-1 (2010)|
- CU17W Appearances: 5-2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2016
- Best Finish: Champion-1 (2010)
- All-Time CU17W Record: GP-24; W-17; D-2; L-6; GF-75; GA-22
- All-Time Leading CU17W Scorer: Summer Clarke (6 goals…2012: 6); Marie-Mychele Metivier (6 goals…2013: 6)
- Method of Qualification: automatic North American entrant
- FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Appearances: 5-2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016
In Granada 2018 Canada qualified to its fifth consecutive FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup after defeating Haiti 4-2 in the third-place match at the CONCACAF U-17 Women’s.
Halftime substitute Lauren Raimondo scored a second-half brace as the Canadians reversed the result from its 2-1 loss to Haiti in the group stage. Vital Kats and Shana Flynn also scored after the break at the Grenada Athletics Stadium. Haiti’s Nerilia Mondesir scored a late brace for her tournament-leading sixth and seventh goals
Canada is the only nation in CONCACAF history to qualify for all five editions of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup. It has reached the last three Confederation finals, falling in the 2013 decider to Mexico, 4-2 on penalty kicks, following a 0-0 draw.
The Canadians’ only CONCACAF title came in 2010, when they prevailed over the United States – a side that had scored 32 goals and allowed none in group-stage play – in the semifinals, 5-3 on penalty kicks, after a scoreless draw. Then, in the final against Mexico, Kinley McNicholl’s eighth minute goal proved to be enough for a 1-0 triumph.