The struggling Canadians will hold their third consecutive European-based camp under new head coach Benito Floro. They still have yet to score a goal with the Spaniard at the helm.
The Canadian Soccer Association announced Tuesday that Benito Floro's men's national team will visit the Czech Republic next month, with the two sides meeting for a friendly on Nov. 15 in Olomouc.
Canada last faced the Czechs 10 years ago, with the European side cruising to a 5-1 victory. The upcoming match will be played exactly a decade after that game and could produce a similarly lopsided scoreline given the two sides' current form. The Czech Republic is 27th in the latest FIFA world rankings, while Canada sits at an all-time worst 111th spot.
Floro will be hoping that his side will be able to score its first goal under his watch. Since the Spaniard took the reins of the beleaguered program, Canada has drawn once and lost twice. The team has not scored a goal in its last eight matches overall, and it has gone winless in all 10 games it has played so far this year.