The 32-match competition features 16 teams, with 10 of those matches to be played in la Belle Province.
Along with the official draw on March 1, Montreal will also provide the backdrop for the tournament final on Aug. 24.
All of the matches played in Quebec’s largest city will happen during six days at Olympic Stadium.
In the group phase, Montreal will host Group D for two match days on Aug. 6 and Aug. 9, then a mix from Group A, including Canada’s team, and Group B on Aug. 12.
Montreal is also the site for a quarterfinal on Aug. 17, a semi-final on Aug 20, the match for third place on Aug. 24 and the final.
Montreal has previously welcomed international matches in FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualifiers, the FIFA U-20 World Cup and the FIFA U-17 World Cup.