CF Montréal Announces Changes to Training Camp Schedule
MONTREAL - As a result of the increase in COVID-19 cases and the rapid transmission of the Omicron variant, CF Montréal announced on Wednesday changes to its 2022 training camp schedule, presented by Allstate Insurance.
As planned, the team will proceed with player medical testing on January 10. The team will then begin training and will remain in Montreal, longer than originally planned. CF Montréal will hold training sessions in Montreal until January 27. The team will continue its training camp in Orlando until February 3, at which point it will travel to Fort Lauderdale to conclude its training camp until February 13.
The team will travel to Torreón, Mexico, on February 13 for its first game in 2022: the Concacaf Champions League Round of 16 first leg against Santos Laguna on February 15 at 10pm ET. The second and deciding leg of this aggregate-goal series will take place in Montreal on Tuesday, February 22 at 8:30pm ET.
The preseason match calendar and media availability schedule will be released at a later date.
All 2022 Members will receive tickets to this Champions League match at Olympic Stadium. 2022 season tickets are now on sale, starting at $35 per month, and include all regular season home games. For more information on season tickets: email@example.com or 514-328-FOOT. Holiday packages are also available, which include tickets to the MLS home opener in Montreal on March 5, and complimentary Club tuques.
CF MONTRÉAL TRAINING CAMP
January 10 - Medical testing
January 11 to 27 - Physical testing and training sessions in Montreal
January 27 to February 3 - Training camp in Orlando
February 3 to 13 - Training camp in Fort Lauderdale
February 14 - Training session in Torreón
February 15 - Concacaf Champions League: First leg against Santos Laguna in Torreón
February 22 - Concacaf Champions League: Second leg against Santos Laguna in Montreal
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