Vancouver Whitecaps FC kick off their 2015 season against Toronto FC tomorrow at BC Place in front of a sold out crowd. John and I have been Whitecaps season ticket holders since 2012, and members of the Southsiders supporter club since that time as well. With our faces, and supporting scarves, gracing Page 3 of […]
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Don’t miss FIFA Women’s World Cup action in Vancouver this summer as Canada hosts the most important international competition in women’s soccer from June 6th to July 5th, 2015. This is the first major sporting event in Canada to be hosted from coast to coast, with matches to be played in Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa, […]
BC Place will once again become PlayDome this Spring Break and with over 45 rides and attractions it’s Western Canada’s largest indoor carnival. Photo credit: John Biehler on Flickr PlayDome at BC Place All your favourite rides and attractions have returned, so be sure to take a spin on the Mini Jets, experience freefalling on […]
A few events occurred that have made False Creek a hot spot for nighttime photography in recent years. First, Science World updated its geodisic dome with LED lighting. Then we began populating the Olympic Village and South East False Creek developments. Finally, BC Place got a new roof with its Northern Lights display that can […]
This morning Major League Soccer (“MLS”) revealed the 2015 schedule for its 20 teams, which includes the lineup of matches for Vancouver Whitecaps FC. With two new expansion teams (and minus Chivas USA who folded last season), the Whitecaps will play newcomers Orlando City SC in Florida in March, and host New York City FC […]
Canada’s Women’s National Soccer Team’s next high profile International Friendly is Tuesday, October 28th as they host reigning world champions Japan at BC Place. This will be the first time the two teams meet since the 2012 London Olympic Football Tournament group stage and Japan is one of the five nations already qualified for the […]
BC Place is one of the easiest landmarks to spot on a map of Vancouver aside from Stanley Park. It’s an icon of our fair city, opening in June of 1983 and again in 2011 following $150 million in major renovations, it has hosted everything from the CFL, MLS, and the NHL Heritage Classic to […]