My first Whitecaps game: Vancouver Whitecaps 2 – Toronto Lynx 0

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So I went to the Vancouver Whitecaps home game against the Toronto Lynx tonight. Took some photos, bought a hot dog and a coke. It was fun, and I’m now convinced totally that the season ticket package I bought was well worth it [mbv].

It was a close game for most of the 90 minutes, with the Whitecaps managing to hang onto a first half goal for dear life. Thanks to some first class goaltending by Josh Wicks Vancouver managed to keep their one – nil lead until finally putting the game out of reach of Toronto [mbt] by scoring a second goal in the dying minutes.

A full recap can be found on the team’s official site [wcfc].

If you’re a soccer/football fan in Vancouver and have not yet gone to see the Whitecaps I definitly recomend it. It’s good football, and the price for a single game is such that it’s a good way to spend an evening and you won’t lose much money if you don’t like it.

However it’s quite unlikely that you won’t like it if you are a footie fan.

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