Japan vs Canada Live Score and Live Stream


Japan played Canada in a friendly match on October 13. The match kicked off 10:35 UTC. Japan won 4-1.

Ao Tanaka scored the first goal on the 2nd minute of the game followed by goals from Alphonso Davies, Keito Nakamura and Junior Hoilett. Tanaka later scored 1 more. 4-1 is the final score.

Japan national football team (also known as Mali) and Canada national football team meet again a year after the friendly match which Canada won 1-2. Japan national football team are having a solid run at the moment winning their matches against Turkey, Germany, Peru and El Salvador so they'll try to extend their winning streak with a victory over Canada national football team, however, one part of Japan national football team has trailed behind in terms of reliability—defence: they have been conceding goals for 3 consecutive matches now.

Canada national football team, on the other hand, are preparing for the match after a loss against USA in Playoffs on July 9.

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Live Streaming

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We are updating team formations and line-ups for Japan - Canada in real time.

Japan kicked off the game with Keisuke Osako, Yuta Nakayama, Koki Machida, Takehiro Tomiyasu who got substituted by Shogo Taniguchi on the 46th minute, Seiya Maikuma, Ao Tanaka who got substituted by Hayao Kawabe on the 72nd minute, Wataru Endo who got substituted by Atsuki Ito on the 61st minute, Junya Ito, Keito Nakamura who got substituted by Reo Hatate on the 61st minute, Takuma Asano who got substituted by Kyogo Furuhashi on the 72nd minute and Takumi Minamino who got substituted by Daiki Hashioka on the 83rd minute as starters, with Kyogo Furuhashi, Daiki Hashioka, Reo Hatate, Ko Itakura, Atsuki Ito, Hiroki Ito, Hayao Kawabe, Ryosuke Kojima, Takefusa Kubo, Hidemasa Morita, Zion Suzuki, Ao Tanaka, Shogo Taniguchi and Ayase Ueda on the bench.

Canada's starting eleven were Milan Borjan, Kamal Miller, Derek Cornelius who got substituted by Steven Vitoria on the 46th minute, Alistair Johnston who got substituted by Liam Millar on the 81st minute, Alphonso Davies, Jonathan Osorio who got substituted by Mathieu Choiniere on the 62nd minute, Samuel Piette who got substituted by Harry Paton on the 62nd minute, Ismael Kone who got substituted by Junior Hoilett on the 62nd minute, Richie Laryea, Jonathan David and Cyle Larin who got substituted by Charles-Andreas Brym on the 81st minute, with Sam Adekugbe, Moise Bombito, Charles-Andreas Brym, Mathieu Choiniere, Maxime Crepeau, Luc De Fougerolles, Junior Hoilett, Liam Millar, Harry Paton, Dayne St. Clair and Steven Vitoria on the bench.

Referee showed the yellow card once throughout the game. Alistair Johnston was the one to receive it.


Explore stats from Japan vs Canada on ScoreBat - we are updating the numbers on this page every second of the game.


Japan and Canada have met once since November 2022. Canada have won that match. The most recent match between them took place on November 17, 2022 in a friendly where Canada won 1-2. Japan have scored 1 goal in these 1 head-to-head match in total while Canada have scored 2. So, overall, Canada have a better head-to-head record against Japan in their recent history.

Recent Form

Japan are on a winning streak - they have won Turkey, Germany, Peru and El Salvador in their previous 4 matches while Canada have lost to USA in their previous match. Overall, Japan have won 12 of their last 20 matches, losing 6 and drawing 2, while Canada have won 9 of their last 19 matches, losing 7 and drawing 3.

Japan have won 4 times (4-2 against Turkey on 12th of September, 1-4 against Germany on 9th of September, 4-1 against Peru on 20th of June and 6-0 against El Salvador on 15th of June), lost once (1-2 against Colombia on 28th of March) and drew once (1-1 against Uruguay on 24th of March) in their most recent 6 matches.

Canada have won twice (4-2 against Cuba on 4th of July and 0-2 against Panama on 15th of June), lost twice (2-2 against USA on 9th of July and 0-2 against USA on 19th of June) and drew twice (0-0 against Guatemala on 2nd of July and 2-2 against Guadalope on 27th of June) in their most recent 6 matches.

Team Streaks

  • Japan's last 5 matches had 3 or more goals.
  • Japan have gone 4 consecutive home matches without a draw.

Video Highlights

We are adding goal videos and full video highlights of the match between Japan and Canada in real time. You can watch the goals by Ao Tanaka, Alphonso Davies, Keito Nakamura and Junior Hoilett as the videos of the goals are added usually minutes after the actual event if there are any official videos available. Full video highlights of Japan - Canada are being added as they become available on the official social media channels of the league or the teams.

Live Commentary

  1. FT
    Full Time
    Match ends. Japan 4, Canada 1.
  2. 89'
    4 - 1
    Junior Hoilett scores for Canada.
  3. 83'
    Substitution for Japan. Daiki Hashioka replaces Takumi Minamino
  4. 81'
    Substitution for Canada. Charles-Andreas Brym replaces Cyle Larin
  5. 81'
    Substitution for Canada. Liam Millar replaces Alistair Johnston
  6. 72'
    Substitution for Japan. Kyogo Furuhashi replaces Takuma Asano
  7. 72'
    Substitution for Japan. Hayao Kawabe replaces Ao Tanaka
  8. 62'
    Substitution for Canada. Junior Hoilett replaces Ismael Kone
  9. 62'
    Substitution for Canada. Mathieu Choiniere replaces Jonathan Osorio
  10. 62'
    Substitution for Canada. Harry Paton replaces Samuel Piette
  11. 61'
    Substitution for Japan. Atsuki Ito replaces Wataru Endo
  12. 61'
    Substitution for Japan. Reo Hatate replaces Keito Nakamura
  13. 56'
    Alistair Johnston is shown the yellow card.
  14. 49'
    4 - 0
    Ao Tanaka scores for Japan, assisted by Junya Ito.
  15. 2T
    Second half begins
  16. 46'
    Substitution for Canada. Steven Vitoria replaces Derek Cornelius
  17. 46'
    Substitution for Japan. Shogo Taniguchi replaces Takehiro Tomiyasu
  18. HT
    Half Time - 3 : 0
    First half ends.
  19. 42'
    3 - 0
    Keito Nakamura scores for Japan, assisted by Takuma Asano.
  20. 40'
    2 - 0
    Alphonso Davies scores into his own net.
  21. 22'
    Missed Penalty
    Jonathan David from Canada failed to score from the spot.
  22. 2'
    1 - 0
    Ao Tanaka scores for Japan.
  23. 1T
    First half begins