MLS Round 19: Seattle Sounders

Away Game Day Info

Saturday, June 29th, Kickoff 7:00pm

Another game, another come from behind point earned by a late lightning strike. Lucas Venuto, who came on as a second half sub, managed to feed Yordy Reyna for the Caps first goal. Deep into stoppage time with the team still trailing, Venuto decided to unleash this beauty.

That was well worth the yellow card he earned, in my humble opinion.

And now we’re on to our long-awaited Cascadia Cup match against Seattle. Like the Whitecaps, they have a fistful of players away on international duty and cobbling together their lineup though they haven’t played since June 5th and should be well rested. Since the Caps have been warming up their shooting boots since coming back from the extended break, Saturday would be a great time to catch fire.

If you have bought a ticket with us for the Seattle game, or are travelling on the bus, check your email! Important details have been sent out.

Bus travelers, please carefully go over what is required, including times, so that we can all have an awesome trip down to Washington state to tighten our grip on the Cascadia Cup.

Referee Assignments

REF: Alan “Under The Table” Kelly
AR1: Jeremy “Con” Kieso
AR2: Mike “The Stench” Rottersman
4TH: Elton “John” Garcia
VAR: Edvin “8 Eyes” Jurisevic
AVAR: Joshua “No Eyes” Patlak

Cascadia Cup Standings

  • Vancouver Whitecaps: 1W – 1D – 0L, 4pts
  • Seattle Sounders: 0W – 1D – 0L, 1pt
  • Portland Timbers: 0W – 0D – 1L, 0pts

Previous Results

  • Vancouver Whitecaps FC: 4W – 8D – 6L, 20pts, 9th place MLS West
  • Whitecaps form: D-W-D-D-D
  • Seattle Sounders FC: 7W – 5D – 4L, 26pts, 3rd place MLS West
  • Amazon’s Real Estate Wasteland form: W-D-L-L-L

Away Viewing

For those unable to join the convoy down the I5, Library Square Public House (300 West Georgia St) will be showing the match as usual. Facebook event for RSVP:

Seattle away trip June 29

Important information on Seattle Away June 29 trip.

Please read very carefully.

Please read through the general Away Travel Policies and the Southsiders Code of Conduct. Anyone who travels with us is subject to these policies — no exceptions.  This means that you and your friends and/or family members that are making the trip with you are held to the same standard.  And ultimately, you are responsible for them.  If anyone in the group fails to abide by these rules, travel privileges will be revoked, and funds allocated to future away trips forfeited.  Basically, don’t be a dick, and you’ll be fine.


08:30 gathering at Burrard street SkyTrain station, filling out waiver documents.
08:45 boarding the buses (collecting waiver documents and photocopies of passports)
09:00 Buses depart from Burrard station, WE WILL NOT WAIT FOR YOU (for too long).
09:45 (estimated) pickup at Campbell River Store. BE THERE EARLIER. WE WILL NOT WAIT FOR YOU.
13:00 (estimated) stop at Costcutters, purchasing provisions for the trip
15:45 (estimated) buses arrive at Stadium.
17:00 NE gate opens for away supporters. Entry with flags, banners and personal tifo is MANDATORY at this time.
19:00 Kickoff.
21:00 Conclusion of the game (3 points). Our sections will be held for 20-30 minutes. You have been warned. PLEASE BE PATIENT, NO DRAMA, DON’T BE A DICK.
21:45 (estimated) Buses depart from Centurylink parking lot. STAY WITH THE GROUP, DON’T WANDER AROUND, WE WILL NOT WAIT FOR YOU.
01:00 (estimated) Buses arrive back to Vancouver, making stops At Campbell River Store with final drop-off at Burrard Station.

Stadium entry

CenturyLink stadium has very strict limitations on bags (14x14x6 inch) see ticket for details, leave it on the bus or in your car. Be at the NE gate at 5pm, especially if you have personal tifo, flags, or you just want a better spot in the stands.

Prohibited items: Animals (service animals ok), Beach balls/frisbee, Bottles (glass), Cans, Coolers/Ice chests, Drugs/Illegal Substances, Fireworks/Flares/Smoke Bombs, Flammable liquids, Flasks, Glass Containers, Laser pens/pointers, Pepper spray, Weapons, Whistles, All laptops

Ticket only

if you purchased a ticket only for this game, you’re missing out on the bus! We still have a few seats available, change your mind now!

Your match ticket is available for download from our website after login (Game tickets | Download/Manage)  
Please print it as they will check it upon entering the away supporter sections. All away supporters’ sections are General Admission, the seat printed on your ticket is NOT your seat.

Bus travellers

Thank you so much for joining us on the buses! We have two buses, and expect great times on the way down and up the I-5.

Your match ticket is available for download from our website after login (Game tickets | Download/Manage)  
Please print it as they will check it upon entering the away supporter sections. All away supporters’ sections are General Admission, the seat printed on your ticket is NOT your seat.

Note that you won’t be able to bring back any of your purchases back to Canada as we are away less than 24 hours.

Travellers checklist

  • Valid passport, enhanced drivers license or nexus card
  • Photocopy of your travel document (we will collect this and give it back/destroy it upon return)
  • Travel insurance coverage.
  • Match ticket printed.
  • Supporters gear. Bring your best and loudest voice.
  • Cooler for your refreshments, please bring a smaller one if possible so it fits under your seats. Coordinate with your fellow travellers and share a bigger one. You can buy ice at Cost Cutters.
  • Moderation. It will be a long day, drink with pace. Our boys on the pitch need our full support while we are in the stadium. Drunk idiots will not be tolerated.

… and as always

Don’t be a dick.

MLS Round 18: FC Dallas

Away Game Day Info

Wednesday, June 26th, Kickoff 6:00pm

The friendly visit from Kei Kamara and Nico Mezquida on Saturday night was certainly eventful… The first half they combined for 3 assists, and if not for Jake Nerwinski’s sliding goal-line clearance, the little Uruguayan would have netted a goal on top of it. Thankfully a late first-half penalty and whatever primal screaming Marc Dos Santos engaged in at half time seemed to wake the Caps up from their post break slumber and they fought back to salvage a point.

If you want one thing to treasure from last Saturday, it should be Yordy Reyna rudely interrupting Tim Howard’s customary 80th minute nap time. Go back to bed, old man.

From scrapping with our peers in the basement of the league, we leap to facing a team in the top third of all our competitors. FC Dallas just hammered the snot out of Toronto FC. Perhaps they were embarrassed at being run out of the US Open Cup by USL Championship side New Mexico United? Hopefully they’ve worked out their frustrations and are ripe for another underdog to hand them a loss.

Referee Assignments

Unavailable at the time of posting. Hopefully it’s someone we’ve never heard of. Can’t be any worse than the devils we know.

Previous Results

  • Vancouver Whitecaps FC: 4W – 7D – 6L, 19pts, 10th place MLS West
  • Whitecaps form: D-D-W-D-D
  • FC Dallas: 7W – 4D – 6L, 25pts, 4th place MLS West
  • Steaky moo moo form: D-L-W-D-W

Away Viewing

MLS Round 17: Colorado Rapids

Home Game Day Info

Saturday, June 22nd, Kickoff 7:00pm

It’s been so long since our last Whitecaps match that it’s hard to remember what was going on in the league. I’m pretty sure it was a matter of wins, draws, and losses, but who can say for sure?

The Caps still have a handful of players missing due to international team duties. Doneil Henry, Russell Teibert, Derek Cornelius and Maxime Crepeau are representing Canada at the Gold Cup, and Lass Bangoura is playing for Guinea, so expect the lineup to look different from the last outing.

As for Colorado, they’re no longer the worst team in the western conference due in large part to goals from former Caps Kei Kamara and Nico Mezquida. What a crazy world we live in.

Referee Assignments

REF: Fotis “Bazooka Joe” Bazakos
AR1: Brian “Pheasant Poacher” Poeschel
AR2: Matthew “1980 VW Bus” Nelson
4TH: Ramy “Sugar Cereal Reference” Touchan
VAR: Ricardo “Redcardo” Salazar
AVAR: Rene “Eyes Open Sleeper” Parra

Previous Results

  • Vancouver Whitecaps FC: 5W – 6D – 6L, 18 pts, 9th place MLS West
  • Whitecaps form: L-D-D-W-D
  • Colorado Rapids: 4W – 3D – 9L, 15 pts, 11th place MLS West
  • Downhill floaters form: W-W-D-W-W

Pre-match at

  • Library Square Public House, 300 W Georgia St – all ages on Whitecaps game days!
  • Note that we won’t have a membership table this Friday

Southsiders Itinerary

  • 11:30am – Library Square opens
  • 12:00pm – Norway vs Australia Women’s World Cup match
  • 2:30pm – Guyana vs Panama Gold Cup match
  • 5:00pm – US&A vs Trinidad and Tobago Gold Cup match
  • 6:00pm – March leaves
  • 7:00pm – Game kicks off
  • 9:00pm – Count all the lovely new points we just earned

March Route

March to the match route: Homer st to Robson st to Terry Fox Plaza
March leaves 1 hour before kickoff

MLS Round 16: Toronto FC

Home Game Day Info

Friday, May 31st, Kickoff 7:00pm

Last Saturday gave us some fabulous goals, including this goal of the week nominated effort from Ali “Please Don’t Go” Adnan. Watch it. Watch it again.

Don’t forget the nutmeg

This Friday is a bit of a special event. The Whitecaps have brought in as many of the 1979 Soccer Bowl winning team as they could to have a special commemoration of their victory 40 years ago.

Be in your seats early (the club told us to ask for 6:45pm) as there will be a special ceremony with members of the 1979 team, and a Ring of Honour induction for former coach Tony Waiters. If you want an opportunity to mingle with the team after the match, check out the details here:

As for facing Toronto: No one likes The FCs. They’ve also been on an awful run of form lately. Hopefully the Caps can keep that awfulness going and hand them another loss, amirite?!?

Updates from Ciara McCormack and the Whitecaps

If you haven’t seen these yet, please take the time to read each of them.

Ciara McCormack released a blog post on Monday morning, talking about a meeting that took place between former players & Whitecaps ownership:

The Whitecaps also released a detailed announcement of the independent review they are commissioning:

The walkout protests, media scrutiny and demands for action from the former players, fans & supporters have led us to this point. There is obviously much work remaining to be done. If you have any information you think would be pertinent to the review, or concerns that you hope the review will address, please make sure to note the statement at the bottom of the Whitecaps announcement and contact SLSG at

Don’t forget to #shineALight35

We will be continuing to “shine a light” during the 35th minute of home matches. See our previous post for more information:

Referee Assignments

REF: Jair “Mind Flayer” Marrufo
AR1: Jeff “Hobgoblin” Hosking
AR2: Micheal “Barghest” Barwegen
4TH: Elijio “Aarakocra” Arreguin
VAR: Jon “Fomorian” Freemon
AVAR: Mauricio “Necromancer” Navarro

Previous Results

  • Vancouver Whitecaps FC: 4W – 5D – 6L, 17 pts, 9th place MLS West
  • Whitecaps form: W-L-D-D-W
  • Toronto FC: 5W – 2D – 6L, 17 pts, 7th place MLS East
  • Canada’s least favourite FC form: L-L-D-L-L

Pre-match at

  • Library Square Public House, 300 W Georgia St – all ages on Whitecaps game days!
  • Note that we won’t have a membership table this Friday

Southsiders Itinerary

  • 11:30am – Library Square opens
  • 3:45pm – Start making excuses to leave work early
  • 7:00pm – Game kicks off
  • 35th minute – #shineALight35
  • 9:00pm – Head to the disco and get your groove on ’79 style

No march on weekdays!

MLS Round 15: FC Dallas

Home Game Day Info

Saturday, May 25th, Kickoff 4:00pm

A cancelled flight and being on the back side of the clump of games the Whitecaps are slogging through made for a tired bunch staggering into Red Bull Arena on Wednesday evening. Add a deep reach down the bench to fill in for injured or fatigued starters, and we had the makings for a potentially disastrous road game.

Lucky for us, MDS and the boys didn’t get the memo. Add in a VAR decision that went our way (!!?!?!??!?!???!?!!????!?!!) and we got a road point that no one expected at the start of the match. If it weren’t for Robles standing tall right to the last second for the Red Bulls, the result would have been even better.

This Saturday our bedraggled Whitecaps have their 5th game in 16 days against FC Dallas before earning a few days breather. Not a full week, of course, because that would be too much to add an extra day and let us enjoy another Saturday home match before taking a three week break. *eyeroll*

No more walkouts – #shineALight35 instead

It’s been over two weeks since the Whitecaps told supporters that they would have something announced “soon” regarding the internal review they’re commissioning. It’s clear that the executives and ownership are still committed to their ‘code of silence’ media tactics that they’ve used from the beginning of this current scandal. The walkouts helped shine a light on the many issues at the club, but there isn’t the will to continue disrupting the game day atmosphere with no further progress towards a resolution from the Whitecaps executives in sight.

As a symbolic act to show we haven’t stopped watching and demanding our club’s executives be accountable for their actions, we invite you to join us in something different.

The idea behind #ShineALight35 is to offer one minute of support and recognition to all victims of violence, harassment and abuse in sport. Sexual abuse, harassment, bullying and discrimination have no place in our club.  They do not make our players better, they do not get us results, and they leave players hurt and diminished with often long lasting psychological damage.  

We don’t want anyone associated with our club to ever experience that, and so we choose to shine a light when we see it happening by raising awareness, supporting victims and calling for change.  We have been doing this through walkouts at the 35th minute, but now it’s time for something different.

From now on in the 35th minute of every Whitecaps match, you are invited to join us in illuminating the flashlight on your phone and creating a sea of light to let victims of abuse know that we are committed to seeing them and supporting their right to a safe sport environment where they can develop and grow and where their dignity is affirmed.  

Abuse in sport happens all the time.  The #SafeSport initiative aims to change the culture of sport to address and eliminate abuse and harassment at all levels so that athletes can develop their best selves.  As supporters of our club we want that for everyone at every level, from the first team through the academy and down to everyone who comes to a kid’s camp.  

Please join us in the 35th minute of every match to #ShineALight35 on abuse.

#safeSport Shirts

We will have the #safeSport shirts available for purchase at Library Square before the match on Saturday. Wearing one to the game is another way to show direct support for the former Whitecaps and Canadian U20 players who came forward.

Referee Assignments

REF: Alex Chilowicz
AR1: Mike Rottersman
AR2: Chris Wattam
4TH: Pierre-Luc Lauziere
VAR: Ricardo Salazar
AVAR: Peter Balciunas

Previous Results

  • Vancouver Whitecaps FC: 3W – 5D – 6L, 14 pts, 9th place MLS West
  • Whitecaps form: W-W-L-D-D
  • FC Dallas: 5W – 3D – 5L, 18 pts, 6th place MLS West
  • Walking Steaks form: D-L-L-L-D

Pre-Match At

  • Library Square Public House, 300 W Georgia St – all ages on Whitecaps game days!

Southsiders Itinerary

  • 11:00am – Library Square opens
  • ~2:00pm – Membership table opens & #safeSport shirts available
  • 3:00pm – March leaves Library Square
  • 4:00pm – Game kicks off
  • 35th minute – #shineALight35
  • 6:00pm – Fire up the grill and get cooking

March Leaves at 3pm from Library Square

March to the match route: Homer st to Robson st to Terry Fox Plaza

MLS Round 14: New York Red Bulls

Away Game Day Info

Wednesday, May 22nd, Kickoff 5:00pm

Who would have thought that two injured teams playing in the middle of a schedule crunch would result in even more injuries? Thankfully, Felipe reported that despite how brutal the tackle was that took him out of the game, he expects to be good to go for Wednesday. More worrying was Doneil Henry coming out of the match with what looked like a hamstring injury that no one seemed particularly surprised about. Fingers crossed he’s back in the lineup soon.

Speaking of defenders… How about this volley from Derek Cornelius? 👀👀👀👀


Next up: New York Red Bulls. Tim Parker picked up a red card in their last match, so… there’s that. Maybe they’ll be defensively vulnerable. Vulnerable to teams with an attack maybe? Do we have any attackers? Maybe it’s time to give Cornelius a run out up top…

Referee Assignments

Not available at the time of posting. But trust me fam, we ain’t gonna like it.

Previous Results

  • Vancouver Whitecaps FC: 3W – 4D – 6L, 13pts, 9th place MLS West
  • Whitecaps form: D-W-W-L-D
  • New York Red Bulls: 5W – 2D – 5L, 18pts, 6th place MLS East
  • Kidney failure FC form: W-W-L-W-W

Away Viewing

  • Library Square Public House, 300 West Georgia St – all ages for Whitecaps game days!
  • Membership table for cash payments and pickups will be available after 11:00am

Please RSVP to our Facebook event to help our venue partner reserve the right amount of tables for us!

MLS Round 13: Sporting Kansas City

Away Game Day Info

Saturday, May 18th, Kickoff 5:30pm

Just look at this. LOOK AT WHAT MAD MAX CAN DO!

The Caps might not have won the game, but they had every chance to get a result thanks to Crépeau’s heroics between the sticks. Still, keepers rarely can both stand on their heads and score goals. Can we talk about how much we’re missing Reyna right now? Yes?

We’re missing Reyna right now. Good talk. And to add injury to all the other injuries, Bizzaro World Reyna (aka Bangoura) is out of the lineup with a bad ham sandwich or something. I’m not a doctor, okay? Whatever it was that’s got Lass on the injury list doesn’t seem to be serious but will keep him out of Saturday’s match. We’re looking thin in the attacking positions right now.

The Good News™ is that SKC is currently also suffering from a heavily injured squad, seemingly worse than the Whitecaps, and is also having a middlin’ to poor start to their season. The Whitecaps don’t have to be giant slayers to grab some points on Saturday, they can probably get away with being run-of-the-mill murderers*.

Referee Assignments

REF: Tim “Fix Or Repair Daily” Ford
AR1: Corey “Metalhead” Rockwell
AR2: Gjovalin “The G is Silent” Bori
4TH: Michael “How Many Rads Can He” Radchuk
VAR: Sorin “High As Hell” Stoica
AVAR: Jonathan “Joe Nathan” Johnson

Previous Results

  • Vancouver Whitecaps FC: 3W – 3D – 6L, 12pts, 8th place MLS West
  • Whitecaps form: L-D-W-W-L
  • Sporting Kansas City: 2W – 4D – 4L, 10pts, 11th place MLS West
  • Sporks form: D-L-D-L-L

Away Viewing

  • Library Square Public House, 300 West Georgia St – all ages for Whitecaps game days!
  • Membership table for cash payments and pickups will be available after 11:00am

Please RSVP to our Facebook event to help our venue partner reserve the right amount of tables for us!

*Don’t do any murders, okay Whitecaps?

Topics & Questions for Inclusion in the Independent Review Being Commissioned by the Whitecaps

For background information on the ongoing scandal involving the Whitecaps & the Canada Soccer Association, please refer to

On Tuesday, May 7th, representatives of Whitecaps supporters groups Curva Collective and the Vancouver Southsiders met with Whitecaps executives and minority owner Jeff Mallett. This was the second meeting stemming from protests organized by supporters over the Whitecaps handling, both past and present, of the many issues we’ve seen at the club over the years. These issues include, but are not limited to, the concerns brought forward by Ciara McCormack and the former U20 Canadian Women’s National Team players.

During the May 7th meeting the subject of an internal review being commissioned by the Whitecaps, covering internal policies as well as actions taken by the Whitecaps organization from 2007 to present, was brought up. We are extremely interested in the scope of the review, which we understand had not yet been finalized as the party conducting the review had not been selected at that time.

We believe that any review of the Whitecaps actions must address the topics below, and hope to see answers to the specific questions we have put forward. Note that some of these questions were sent to the Whitecaps on the morning of May 7th. Supporters asked for written responses within 48 hours. While some of our questions were answered either indirectly or after being asked explicitly in the meeting, the majority have not been addressed at all.

Topics of Interest

  • The ombudsman & the reports generated from the independent investigations in 2007 / 2008
  • The role of the VPD / police liaison at the Whitecaps, and in relation to many of the other issues
  • The handling of the incidents of harassment & abuse in 2007, 2008 & 2011 brought forward by Ciara McCormack and the former U20 players
  • The present handling of the many issues brought forward in the past months
  • The hiring of Brett Adams in 2013
  • The Whitecaps handling of the assault of a residency player in 2017

Questions sent to the Whitecaps May 7th

  1. How was the ombudsman selected to lead the independent investigations?
  2. What credentials or qualifications did that individual hold as an ombudsman or mediator?
  3. Did the ombudsman have any relationships, personal or professional, with past or present owners or executives of the Whitecaps before being selected for the work in 2007 & 2008?
  4. What was the scope of work defined for the ombudsman’s investigations?
  5. What is your current expected timeline on releasing the ombudsman’s report(s) to the former players?
  6. What current impediments exist to releasing the ombudsman’s reports?
  7. Who decided that Mr Mallet would do a private audience with media partners on May 1st instead of an open press conference with those who have been asking for comment previously?
  8. When will ownership be made available to answer questions from all media?
  9. When will executives be made available to answer questions from all media?
  10. How did the decision to terminate Mr Birarda’s employment for cause turn into ‘mutually parting ways’, a factor that reportedly played heavily in his ability to be hired to coach young girls soon after leaving the Whitecaps and U20 team?
  11. What contact was made and when, formally or informally, between Mr Birarda’s prospective new employer and the Whitecaps?
  12. At what point were executives aware that Mr Birarda was continuing to coach young women?
  13. Why was nothing done when this fact was raised by Ciara on October 28, 2011?
  14. Will you publish your current policies that are relevant to the review being commissioned?
  15. Please provide the scope and aims of the policy review being commissioned.
  16. On November 5, 2018, Canada Soccer announced that it had signed an agreement with Respect in Sport. Respect in Sport was founded by former NHL hockey player Sheldon Kennedy is aimed at preventing abuse in sport through coursework for coaches and team officials working with young athletes. All coaches participating in Canada Soccer’s licensing programs are now required to complete a soccer-specific coaching module. Have all of the Whitecaps youth coaches completed this module and if not, is there a timeline requiring them to do so?
  17. At our meeting on Saturday April 27th, 2019 Rachel and Jeff both claimed that they had not been approached by any of the women players with their concerns since 2008. Why was this statement made to those at the meeting when it seems clear that Ciara McCormack had come forward to several executives on multiple occasions?
  18. Provide a timeline of events in 2017.
  19. When was the club made aware of the assault [in 2017]?
  20. Who from the club was in contact with the victim’s family and when?
  21. Who contacted the RCMP to initially report the assault and at what date & time?
  22. Who at the club was involved in directing the club’s actions in relation to this matter?
  23. What support was given or arranged by the club for the victim?
  24. What support was given or arranged by the club for the other members of the team who witnessed the assault?
  25. What changes, if any, were made at the club to prevent a similar horrific situation from occurring in the future?
  26. In the April 27th meeting, you claimed that you publicly refuted many details reported about the 2017 assault. Where has this been published?
  27. What are the specific details that you refute in the news stories published about this topic?

Additional questions not previously sent

  1. Who approved the contents of the initial statements made earlier this year?
  2. Who approved the amendment to the earlier statements issued April 1st?
  3. Who approved the “letter to the Whitecaps Community” released April 17th?
  4. For what reasons do the Whitecaps maintain a police liaison?
  5. Is the police liaison an employee or contractor brought in as needed?
  6. What role has the police liaisons played in the handling of any of the allegations from 2007, 2008, 2011 or 2017?
  7. At what point did the Whitecaps contact Mr Adams about joining the organization as a youth coach?
  8. At what point were the Whitecaps made aware of the of racist actions that led to Mr Adams employment being terminated with Notts County?
  9. At what point was it decided to employ Mr Adams?
  10. What role did or does Mr Adams have, if any, in selecting which children proceed further along the professional development pathway?
  11. Have there been any incidents involving racist speech, action, or other instances of discrimination reported since Mr Adams joined the club?
  12. At the particular academy center that employs Mr Adams, what is the process for a player or player’s family to report an instance of discrimination?

If you feel there is a topic that should be included, or a particular question that you hope the review should answer, please reach out to and we can include your concern.

MLS Round 12: Atlanta United

Home Game Day Info

Wednesday, May 15th, Kickoff 7:00pm

What an absolutely glorious night at BC Place we had last Friday. Maxime Crépeau made five saves to thoroughly earn a clean sheet and man of the match honours, as well as help put the Whitecaps clearly ahead in the Cascadia Cup table, with 4 points from their 2 matches so far.

The win was also the third time in the season where the Whitecaps put an end to an opponent’s win streak, having stopped Seattle and LAFC before Portland came to town. And this Wednesday, we host another streaking team in Atlanta United, who have 4 wins in a row. Might as well break another streak, right?

Supporting Together – Visiting Curva

Wednesday is the game we planned to ‘visit’ the Curva Collective, and support the team from their section. If you have a ticket in our GA section you should have received an email that allows you to indicate you want to join the expedition. If you’re interested in joining, email ASAP. This also means that our normal section of 252-253 will look and sound different. We’ll be back May 25th.

#walkout35 continues

So far nothing has changed since Friday. We are calling for another #walkout35 for Wednesday’s match. Our aim is to use this publicity to achieve positive goals especially bringing attention and drum up support for #safeSport.

  • The desired meeting between the former players with Whitecaps ownership, without involvement of the Whitecaps executives, is still not happening as requested. It is our ask that this meeting take place, and we know the club has the necessary information to arrange it.
  • We disagree with the media strategy, consisting primarily of silence, that the Whitecaps are using, and encourage them to openly and promptly answer questions from all media.
  • We want to highlight the issue of athlete safety, and encourage everyone to look into the work being done nationally and provincially right now. Pitch in if you’re able. For more info search for #safeSport and #safeSportAthletes on social media, and look to the work being done by AthletesCAN ( and VIASport (

#safeSport Shirts

We have the #safeSport t-shirts available for sale online. Proceeds after costs are recovered will go to the former players. Note that your next opportunity for pickup will be Wednesday at Library Square Public House, ~5pm to 6pm. You can also pay cash in person.

Referee Assignments

REF: Baldomero “Toreador” Toledo
AR1: Philippe “Deux Bières” Briere
AR2: Cory “Dicker” Richardson
4TH: Joe “Richard” Dickerson
VAR: Alejandro “The Eldest” Mariscal
AVAR: Mauricio “Nap Time” Navarro

Previous Results

  • Vancouver Whitecaps FC: 3W – 3D – 5L, 12 pts, 8th place MLS West
  • Whitecaps form: W-L-D-W-W
  • Atlanta United: 5W – 2D – 3L, 17 pts, 5th place MLS East
  • The Third United form: L-W-W-W-W

Pre-Match At

  • Library Square Public House, 300 W Georgia St – all ages on Whitecaps game days!

Southsiders Itinerary

  • 11:00am – Library Square opens
  • ~5:00pm – #safeSport shirts available
  • ~6:00pm – Last chance to pickup a t-shirt in person
  • 7:00pm – Game kicks off
  • 35th minute – protest walkout until half-time
  • 9:00pm – Run home, it’s a school night

No march on weekdays*

*weekdays that aren’t Cascadia Cup game days, that is.