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Whitecaps reveal details on USL PRO franchise; soccer development centre at UBC

As we reported on Wednesday, the Whitecaps will launch their USL PRO franchise at UBC in 2015 and play out of Thunderbird Stadium.

Whitecaps and UBC officials held a joint press conference on campus Friday to announce the USL PRO plans and reveal further details about the “National Soccer Development Centre,” which has predictably proceeded at a snail’s pace since the initial announcement two years ago. 522 more words

Back Of The Net

Whitecaps FC launches USL PRO team; New Logo Revealed

MLS’ Whitecaps FC announced the launch of Whitecaps FC 2 which will begin playing in spring of 2015 in the USL PRO league.

According to the… 128 more words


Louisville City: Signing Announcements Soon?

The weather in Louisville, Kentucky has cooled down considerably this week. We even awoke to find (gasp!) snow on the ground. All before Thanksgiving. However, despite the weather cooling, Louisville City FC news is heating up. 659 more words

Louisville City FC

Vancouver announces USL PRO team, expansion of training facilities

USL PRO is coming to Vancouver this Spring, announced Friday as Whitecaps FC 2, to replace the Whitecaps U-23 team.

The club will compete in metro Vancouver at Thunderbird Stadium inside of the University of British Columbia. 343 more words

Major League Soccer

Whitecaps expected to announce USL PRO franchise to play out of UBC

The Whitecaps are set to join the growing list of MLS clubs investing in their own USL PRO franchises.

The Caps will make “a special announcement” at the University of B.C. 716 more words


Louisville City: Better Know the Front Office, Stadium, Supporters

This is the first of what will be regular weekly posts on Louisville City FC, the USL Pro affiliate of Orlando City and the legacy of what was the Lions’ USL franchise. 964 more words

Orlando City

Caribbean teams and the North American soccer system—a new way forward?

Whilst a player and a commentator in the minor/lower leagues of North American soccer, I had the opportunity to play/commentate against a couple of teams from the Caribbean—teams, which, in some ways, served as de facto national teams. 426 more words