Toronto FC, in conjunction with Canada Soccer, announced today that Jonathan Osorio, Richie Laryea and Mark-Anthony Kaye have been named to the final Canada Men’s National Team (CMNT) roster for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

Osorio, 30, was crucial in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification after scoring the equalizer against Mexico, helping the team earn their first World Cup qualifying point at the Azteca Stadium since 1989 (41 years). The Toronto native has become a mainstay in John Herdman’s side and played a key role in the qualifiers that saw Canada finish top of the Concacaf qualifying region on 28 points. Since making his debut on May 28, 2013, Osorio has made 57 appearances for the CMNT and registered seven goals and seven assists. At the club level, Osorio has made a combined 318 appearances across all competitions for Toronto FC, ranking first in TFC’s all-time appearances.

Laryea, 27, has earned 33 caps for the CMNT since making his debut in the Concacaf Nations League against Cuba on September 7, 2019. The right-back scored his first international goal for the national team in a World Cup qualifier against Bermuda on March 24, 2021. Laryea returned on loan to Toronto FC this summer (August 5) and appeared in 10 matches for TFC during the MLS regular season. In his first stint with the Reds (2019-2021), Laryea made a combined 83 appearances in three seasons with Toronto FC, scoring nine goals and adding 12 assists.

Kaye, 27, has made 37 appearances for the CMNT since making his international debut in a friendly match against Curaçao on June 13, 2017. The midfielder has tallied two goals and seven assists in that time. He was part of Canada's squad during the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup and was also a key player for the national team in the final round of the FIFA World Cup qualifiers. He was named Canada Soccer Player of the Month in July 2019 and was a finalist for the federation's 2019 Male Player of the Year. The Toronto FC Academy product returned to his hometown and joined Toronto FC on July 8, 2022, after playing the past five seasons split between Los Angeles FC (2018-2021) and Colorado Rapids (2021-2022). During the 2022 MLS season, Kaye registered an assist on his debut and appeared in eight matches for the Reds.

All three players made history with their country on March 27, 2022, when Canada defeated Jamaica by a score of 4-0 and qualified for the FIFA World Cup for the first time since 1986 (36 years). Canada will open World Cup Group F play against Belgium on Nov. 23, face Croatia on Sunday, Nov. 27 and finish the Group Stage against Morocco on Dec. 1.