World Cup of Eating – Where and What to eat during the FIFA World Cup

Portugal fans can grab a cuppa on Commercial Drive Photo Credit: Doug Murray (resized) and Waferboard (resized)

Portugal fans can grab a cuppa on Commercial Drive // Photo Credit: Creative Commons – Doug Murray (resized) and Waferboard (resized)

The 20th FIFA World Cup is off to a exhilirating start. If you’re anything like me, you love the thrill of cheering for your team with other like minded, similarly dressed folks with an equal level of passion for yelling at the screen.

Quite a few local media outlets have created some really great World Cup watching guides such as this one and this one.  CBC has even put together a fantastic interactive map of places to watch the FIFA World Cup around Vancouver.

World Cup games can run more than two hours with extra time, the half time interval and/or penalty kicks so you’ll likely get peckish as you watch some of the fittest legs in the world run up and down the pitch.

Staying hydrated and nourished is key to a positive FIFA World Cup watching experience. Below you’ll find my guide on where to watch the Beautiful Game and have a great plate of nosh. Continue reading:
World Cup of Eating – Where and What to eat during the FIFA World Cup

Get Ready for the 2014 FIFA World Cup at Vancity Theatre

Linha de Passe plays at Vancity Theatre June 30

Linha de Passe plays at Vancity Theatre June 30

Gooooooo-aaaaa-lllllllllllll! The fervent shouts of soccer broadcasters worldwide is just around the corner and so is the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Football (I’m not talking CFL here) fanatics will be setting their PVRs or even better, their alarms to watch World Cup matches starting June 12.

If you’re both a fan of the ‘beautiful game’ and cinema, then Vancity Theatre is the place to be June 11-July 2. For three weeks, Vancity Theatre will present five films focused on football plus a World Cup match during their Beautiful Game film seriesContinue reading:
Get Ready for the 2014 FIFA World Cup at Vancity Theatre