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Sure, a win would have played well with the patriotic home crowd. But bigger picture, the importance the match was treated with and corresponding electric vibe made clear Canada against the United States in womens soccer is a marquee event. The most prestigious of all Canada versus US in womens competition used to come on the ice. With a lack of genuine other competition in womens hockey, Canada/US is basically all there is. The budding soccer rivalry between cross border nations is now the most compelling in Canadian womens team competition, and worthy of the special feel the spectacle had on the Lakeshore in Toronto. The true sporting rivalry got spicier when Canadian-born American player, Sydney Leroux scored in stoppage time and promptly mocked the crowd and paid homage to the American badge on her jersey. An act as such is an absolute no-no in soccer. You dont pay homage to the badge against your former team, let alone the country of your birth. The Leroux storyline line will further galvanize support of our women and what it means to be a Canadian National team player. It was an incredible scene at BMO Field, otherwise known as our National Soccer Stadium. Kids, families, Canadian soccer supporters and the curious lot captivated by Canadas run in London formed a sea of red and white, engaged from start to finish in 90 plus minutes of football. The match was played in front of 22,453, the most ever to take in a game at BMO Field. And despite a disappointing 3-0 loss, the team did a lap of honour as adoring Canadian fans showed their affection for their soccer heroes. Its a true injustice Toronto is not a host city for the 2015 FIFA Womens World Cup. How the City of Toronto can let arguably the worlds biggest event for womens team sport not come to Canadas biggest and most prominent city is beyond me. Spending taxpayers dollars on the largely irrelevant Pan Am Games instead of the moneymaker of hosting World Cup matches will never make sense. That story has been told, and still upsets me to this day. And on a wonderful afternoon as Sunday, it digs a little deeper. The brimming cultural attachment to Canadas finest womens players makes Torontos decision to not host that much more exasperating. Womens soccer holds a special place among Canadians. It came to the forefront in the build up to the 2003 FIFA Womens World Cup, culminating in an unexpected 4th place finish. It was an unlikely run by a group who were either at the end or the beginning of their international career. With growing television and media exposure, the Canadian women captured the hearts of soccer families coast-to-coast, giving young girls playing the game something bigger to aspire to. Since that time, Canadian womens soccer has matured and mattered. But its never mattered as much as now. The 2012 Summer Olympic Games was a defining moment. Through adversity came a new developed culture; a culture where results matter. Strangely enough, the womens game in this country is where the mens game wants to be: culturally relevant and taken seriously. Its both quite spectacular and equally sad the womens national team has become more popular than the Canadian mens team. No other womens team sport I can think of is more popular than their male counterparts in any other country. Mens natiional teams, not womens, define footballing nations.dddddddddddd Thats not the case in Canada. Christine Sinclair is the most recognizable player, man or woman. While the womens team is praised and revered, the mens team is mocked. Its a remarkable achievement by our womens players and also an indictment on our mens program. Success has something to do with it. But its inaccurate to say thats the only reason. 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