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BC Place Stadium is the home of the BC Lions, Vancouver Whitecaps FC, the Canada Sevens and many more events throughout the year. The stadium reopened in September 2011 after a revitalization that included a spectacular retractable roof and a host of upgrades that has made BC Place the premier stadium in all of Canada.
Western Canada’s largest boat show, the Vancouver International Boat Show, will run from Wednesday, January 20 to Sunday, January 24, 2016. The 54th annual event is set to host an exciting lineup of the newest and most innovative boats and accessories from over 250 exhibitors, along with entertaining and informative seminars for all of your boating needs.
Vancouver International Boat Show, Jan 20-24 (Free Ticket Giveaway!)
Vancouver Whitecaps FC are about to begin their very first CONCACAF Champions League competition, ever. Placed in the same group as Seattle, along with CD Olimpia from Honduras, the ‘Caps will kickoff against the Sounders for their opening match on August 5th, at BC Place.
One Direction is coming to Vancouver!
The North American tour, promoted by Live Nation, kicks off on July 9, 2015 at the Qualcomm stadium in San Diego, Cali. Canadian dates on the North American leg of the tour includes stops in Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup kicked off on Saturday and runs until July 5, culminating with the final match at BC Place stadium on July 5 at 4 pm.
Whether you plan to catch the action inside the stadium or not, here are some ways to soak up the soccer vibe in Vancouver over these exciting 30 days of sport!
Vancouver will once again be in the spotlight this summer as the largest women’s sporting event in the world comes to town. The FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™ officially kicks off in Vancouver on June 8 with nine matches at BC Place Stadium. Tickets start at $20.15, meaning there is no excuse to miss witnessing this once-in-a-lifetime experience firsthand.
Here are the top 5 things to look forward to with the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Vancouver: