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Tender for global rights to Canadian football will provide signpost to future of the sport

The market is about to give its verdict on the Canadian Soccer Association’s ambitious plans for developing the sport, which include the creation of a new commercial arm (Canadian Soccer Business) and the April 2019 launch of a new professional league (the Canadian Premier League).

PARCHAL, PORTUGAL - MARCH 7: (L-R) Kadeisha Buchanan of Canada Women, Mana Iwabuchi of Japan Women during the Algarve Cup Women match between Canada v Japan at the Complexo Desprtivo Belavista on March 7, 2018 in Parchal Portugal (Photo by Eric Verhoeven/Soccrates/Getty Images)

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