Thursday Sep 11
Bumpy ride on road to 'Leadersville' for Whitecaps
Vancouver Whitecaps FC #30 Mauro Rosales speeds the ball past Portland Timbers FC #21 Diego Chara in a regular season MLS soccer game at BC Place Stadium, August 30 2014. Once every 7A1 2 hours, needed or not, the Vancouver Whitecaps score a goal.
Vancouver Whitecaps forward Erik Hurtado
Shut out in their last four matches, the forwards have to start hitting the net and the midfield needs to start chipping in some goals Vancouver Whitecaps FC are currently in the midst of both the Major League Soccer playoff hunt and a spot representing Canada in the 2015-16 CONCACAF Champions League with eight matches to go heading into Wednesday's game against San Jose Earthquakes at B.C. Place. Both are being hotly contested, and here are three things the Whitecaps need to do in order to win one or both: 1. Hit the target, score a goal the Whitecaps have been shut out in their last four matches and have just two goals in their last six matches.
Vancouver Whitecaps out of excuses
Following Vancouver Whitecaps FC's 3-0 loss to Portland Timbers on Saturday, head coach Carl Robinson said the players were "chasing shadows."
Whitecaps, Timbers set for Cascadia tussle on TSN1
Vancouver Whitecaps FC and the Portland Timbers will renew their Cascadia Cup rivalry on Saturday with a vital match at BC Place.
The Miami Herald
MLS Preview from The Sports Network
Carson, CA - A pair of Western Conference rivals will clash on Saturday in hopes of climbing up the standings as the Los Angeles Galaxy welcome Vancouver Whitecaps FC to the StubHub Center.
Chivas USA, Whitecaps play to scoreless stalemate
Vancouver Whitecaps FC and Chivas USA shared the spoils at the StubHub Center on Saturday as the two sides played to a 0-0 stalemate.