Vancouver Whitecaps

Independent film about Vancouver Whitecaps captain Jay DeMerit released on iTunes

Independent film looking at Vancouver Whitecaps captain finds success after initial struggle for funding.

Jay DeMerit talks about the Vancouver Whitecaps

Vancouver Whitecaps captain Jay DeMerit talks to the Vancouver Observer about the team, the fans, and his hopes for the 2012 MLS season.

Whitecaps captain Jay DeMerit shares his story in new movie, Rise and Shine

Vancouver Whitecaps captain Jay DeMerit is the subject of a new documentary looking at his remarkable journey from nowhere to the top of his sporting profession.

Rise & Shine: Interview with Jay DeMerit

Rise & Shine: The Jay DeMerit Story is a documentary film that looks at how the present Vancouver Whitecaps captain, Jay DeMerit, found his place in soccer.  Jay took time out from his busy...

Vancouver Whitecaps lose stadium opener to Portland 1-0

The Whitecaps (4-16-10) and their fans were both looking for a win in their new home at BC Place on Sunday but instead were sent home with their third straight loss to the Portland Timbers. Timbers...

Jaw-dropping Whitecaps goal earns Hassli a Best Play nomination

Beautiful goal in beautiful game has had five million online hits.

Retractable BC Place roof won't retract

The new $458-million retractable roof at BC Place may be the largest upgrade of its kind in the world but it comes with one big limitation -- it won’t be able to open or close in the rain or wind....

Canada's Homeless World Cup Team: Countdown to Rio

The homeless world cup team is preparing hard for their departure for Rio on Sept. 15th. A sendoff is being planned. The team also recently attended the Vancouver Whitecaps game on September 5th at th

Vancouver Whitecaps Team Up With Local Refugee Youth at 1st Annual Fair Trade Soccer Match in Surrey

On August 28th 2010, over 700 enthusiastic soccer fans attended the 1st Annual Fair Trade Soccer Match in Whalley to watch members of the Vancouver Whitecaps and local refugee youths take on the Surd

Why I love the World Cup

Swangard Stadium, Burnaby. A beautiful setting for the beautiful game. Call me shallow but, every year, in the fall, when I see the fields being lined and see players going out to play I am engulfed w