Cameroon will train in Vancouver under the guidance of national coach Enow Ngachu, who has the third-longest tenure of all head coaches at this year's final competition. Their training schedule includes a friendly match against club side North Shore Renegades on 17 May.
"Our main objective will be to do better than we did in 2012 during the Olympic Games," said coach Enow Ngachu. "We know it's going to be very tough for us, but Ecuador and Switzerland are also here for the first time, so there can be surprises."
The 24 national teams arrive in Canada between 15 May and 5 June, with the opening group matches across Canada on 6 June (Group A in Edmonton), 7 June (Group B in Ottawa), 8 June (Group C in Vancouver and Group D in Winnipeg) and 9 June (Group E in Montréal and Group F in Moncton).