August marks the most important month in Vancouver Whitecap history. The Caps are scheduled to play an incredible 8 matches in August. This busy month will push Carl Robinson’s young squad to the edge of glory or severe disappointment.
The Vancouver Whitecaps are undefeated since the new turf has been installed at BC Place. Okay fine, they have only played one match on the new surface. Nevertheless, their weekend victory over visiting Real Salt Lake was crucial. After failing to impress versus the Sounders, the Whitecaps desperately needed to put in a complete performance.
After storming out of the gate, the Vancouver Whitecaps have now hit a bump in the road. After picking up a 4-1-1 record in their first 6 games they are now (2-1-4) in their last 7 matches. Despite posting 6 shutouts and only allowing 12 goals against, they are struggling at the other end of […]
Cascadia derbies are endlessly entertaining. It is a rarity to witness a boring match between the Vancouver Whitecaps, the Portland Timbers and the Seattle Sounders. So far this season we have seen a dramatic battle between the Timbers and the Whitecaps in Vancouver followed by a cagey affair in Seattle between the Sounders and the […]
After earning their 3rd road victory of 2015 the Vancouver Whitecaps return home to face one of the top teams in the Eastern Conference. DC United rolls into town having lost just once over the course of their last 6 matches.
Despite a 1-0 road defeat in San Jose the Vancouver Whitecaps still stand alone atop the MLS Supporters’ Shield standings. A 4 match winning streak was put to the test when the Canadian club played 3 matches over the course of one week. A dominant 2-0 home victory over the defending champions was followed up […]
For the Vancouver Whitecaps the first four games of the 2015 season have been far from pretty. Arguably the first half of their season opener versus Toronto FC was the most pleasing to the eye, a game they would eventually lose due to missed opportunities. The 7 halves succeeding that first half have been pretty […]
After a 3-1 home defeat to Toronto FC, the Vancouver Whitecaps head to Chicago for their first away game of the season. Carl Robinson and Frank Yallop are quick to admit how familiar they are in regards to their respective coaching and tactical approaches. However, after seeing the tactics Robinson displayed versus Toronto FC, it […]
Thousands of Vancouver faithful filled Robson Street and marched to BC Place to watch the home team host star-studded Toronto FC. Both head coaches put all their cards on the table and in the end it was Greg Vanney who took home all three points. However, the story is much more complicated than that.
This offseason and accompanying preseason has been the complete opposite for the Vancouver Whitecaps when compared to the previous year. In fact, this offseason can be likened to sitting on a beach in Bora Bora when you look back at the drama that took place just over a year ago.
After the conclusion of the 2014 season Carl Robinson, head coach of the Vancouver Whitecaps, knew that there was something special about his team. The sense of comradery in the Vancouver dressing room was so noticeable that Carl could look at his first season as a head coach of a MLS team and smile with […]
Still buzzing from their massive 1-0 home victory over the Colorado Rapids which earned Vancouver a playoff berth, the Whitecaps head to Texas to take on FC Dallas. While many MLS experts have chosen Dallas to coast to an easy home victory over the Whitecaps this game has upset written all over it.
The Vancouver Whitecaps jumped the final hurdle on Saturday night as they defeated the Colorado Rapids 1-0 and were rewarded with a spot in the 2014 MLS Playoffs. The night started off with a video montage celebrating the career of Jay DeMerit which got the packed stadium emotionally charged. This was followed by a moment […]
Win and they are in. That is what Vancouver Whitecap players have been saying all week. As we head into the last weekend of the 2014 MLS regular season, 9 of the 10 MLS playoff spots have been claimed. Out West, the final spot will go to either the Whitecaps or their expansion cousins the […]
Tonight the Whitecaps will travel to San Jose to take on a beaten and battered San Jose Earthquakes. San Jose are coming off a double header against the Portland Timbers during which they gave up a one goal lead to lose 2-1 at home before getting hammered 3-0 in Portland. The Whitecaps have been experiencing […]