The Canadian Soccer Association has announced yet another opponent the men's national team will face on its long, winding road back to relevance.
Canada will face Moldova in a friendly on May 27, the CSA confirmed late Thursday night. The game will be the team's second international friendly of 2014, coming four days after a closed-door friendly against Bulgaria.
Both games are part of a 10-day training camp being held in Austria, from May 18 to 28. The Bulgaria game will be in Ritzing, while the location of the Moldova game is yet to be announced.
The CSA did confirm to MLSsoccer.com last week that the Bulgaria game will not be televised. Details of the Moldova game are yet to be confirmed.
Canada head into the games winless in their last 14 international matches, having scored just two goals in that span. In the most recent FIFA rankings, Canada sit at No. 110 in the world, and 11th in CONCACAF.