Montreal has been chosen as the site of the 2014 FIFA under-20 Women's World Cup final.
The official schedule was announced Tuesday with the third-place match and the final set for Aug. 24 at Olympic Stadium.
The three-week competition features 16 teams and 32 matches in Edmonton, Toronto, Montreal and Moncton.
"Our four official host cities will do a wonderful job hosting the best young footballers in this important youth competition," Victor Montagliani, chairman of the national organizing committee, said in a statement.
"These 32 matches provide an important step on the development ladder to the national 'A' teams and future FIFA Women's World Cups."
Canada plays group matches in Toronto on Aug. 5 and 8 before moving to Montreal for a final group match Aug. 12.
The tournament is a precursor to the Women's World Cup hosted by Canada in 2015.