Two FC Kansas City players added to Canadian national team roster for game vs. United States

05/22/2013 5:04 PM

05/22/2013 5:04 PM

The United States and Canadian women’s national teams will play a soccer friendly June 2 in Toronto — marking the meeting between the two countries since they played an instant-classic semifinal in the 2012 Olympics.

Six FC Kansas City players will have their say in the outcome.

A day after four FC KC players were named to the United States roster for the game, defender Lauren Sesselmann and midfielder Desiree Scott were added to the Canadian roster Wednesday.

On Tuesday, goalie Nicole Barnhart, defender Becky Sauerbrunn and midfielders Lauren Cheney and Kristie Mewis were part of the 21-player roster selected by coach Tom Sermanni on Tuesday.

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