In exciting news for soccer fans, the 2016 Cascadia Cup season has begun! The MLS has announced the schedule for matches between Vancouver Whitecaps, Seattle Sounders, and the Portland Timbers. These matches are for the Cascadia Cup, which was created by supporters of the Vancouver Whitecaps, Portland Timbers and Seattle Sounders in 2004. Cascadia Cup competition has grown to become the largest and fiercest soccer rivalry in the United States and Canada.
The Second Cascadia Association Football Federation General Meeting was held March 13th via Google+ Hangout, and by all accounts it was a great success! Lots of great developments and ideas to get excited about! More on that to come soon.
A meeting on January 26th drew representatives from around the Pacific Northwest, including members from the Timbers Army, Gorilla FC and Southsiders, who met to discuss the formation of a Cascadia National Football team. Sponsored by the newly created CAFF, the team will include professional, semi-pro and amateur members, and will be fielded with the goal of competing in the VIVA world cup, the highest non-FIFA aligned soccer competition in the world, drawing around 500 million viewers.