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Preview: Forge FC take on Arcahaie FC in CONCACAF League quarter-final

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Can the team from Hamilton Ontario continue its Cinderella run in the CONCACAF League Tuesday night?

Triston Henry of Forge FC takes a goal kick during The Island Games in PEI
Canadian Premier League/ Chant Photography

BURLINGTON, Canada—Forge FC are back on the pitch on Tuesday night in what could turn out to be one of the biggest nights in their short history.

The Canadian Premier League club from Hamilton, ON. is in CONCACAF League action against Haitian club Arcahaie FC, with a spot in the CONCACAF Champions League potentially one match away.

If the two-time reigning North Star Shield winners are victorious on Tuesday night they’ll qualify for the 2021 CONCACAF Champions League and move on to the semifinals of the CONCACAF League, where they would play one of Club Deportivo Marathón from Honduras of Costa Rican side Deportivo Saprissa.

If they lose, they’ll still have a chance to qualify for the Champions League via a play-in game against another quarterfinal loser.

Tuesday's match could also be the final match of Canadian soccer legend David Edgar's career. On Monday Edgar surprised many by announcing his intention to retire at the end of the 2020 season. If Forge win, it'll be his final game, but if they lose he'll have one last chance to take the pitch in the aforementioned play-in game.

Forge FC are going to be mostly healthy for this match, and are only expected to be missing defender Klaidi Cela, according to

A win would cap off a big week for the club, as Kyle Bekker and Triston Henry picked up some hardware at the 2020 CPL Awards, and had five players included in the fan-selected Team of the Year.

The match can be watched on TSN 2, and online at, with kickoff scheduled for 8 pm.