The much loved Vancouver Whitecaps FC captain Jay Demerit has announced his retirement from professional soccer in an open letter
Vancouver Whitecaps captain Jay DeMerit will announce his retirement sometime over the next few days or even on Thursday, according to Global BC.
It’s not one of the stereotypical Canadian animals, a list that includes the beaver, goose, whale and moose. But it likely will not become one of the most famous mascots […]
With the conclusion of the FIFA World Cup in Brazil, the attention of the football world now gears towards the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015.
The Whitecaps had one gameplan going into Saturday's match versus Chivas - stop Erick Torres. The speedy Mexican had 12 goals (close to the top of the league leaders) heading into the match and had scored in four straight games.
Vancouver Whitecaps FC have announced that the club has re-signed Canadian midfielder Russell Teibert to a multi-year deal.
The MLS Vancouver Whitecaps FC and the City of New Westminster are working towards the launch of a United Soccer Leagues (USL) PRO franchise at Queen’s Park Stadium.
What’s that country the announcer just called over the loudspeaker? Well it could be 1 of these countries ranked higher than Canada in the FIFA world rankings;