Whitecaps season tickets going fast

White Caps seating

Originally uploaded by Jeffery Simpson.

Today I renewed my season tickets for the Vancouver Whitecaps [vwc]. I’ve had ticket packs for the Canucks in previous years, but I’ve always found that pound for pound the Whitecaps are by far the best bang for the buck in terms of local sports. Oh sure a good case could be made for the Giants or the Baseballs, but I really enjoyed last season and am looking forward for the new one.

The season tickets run from $199 – $450 depending on where you’re sitting, with discounts for children and seniors. Last year I bought a bronze seat, but this year I stumped up the extra cash for silver seating. Though even the bronze seats give a good view of the field, since Swangard is so small. The only tickets that I probably wouldn’t buy is for the Southside, which is a traditional type of standing and watching football excercise as though you’re on the terraces of Anfield or Highbury. Still standing for a entire football game isn’t quite what I’m looking for.

If you like soccer/football or even played it in your youth, then I’d definitly check out at least one Whitecaps game this season. It’s good soccer (football) and as a die-hard English Premier League follower I’m surprised to say that.

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