• Canada vs Costa Rica

    Winnipeg & Toronto

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    The Voyageurs have supporters sections set up for both Winnipeg and Toronto.  

    Winnipeg - Section 144

    Toronto - Sections 112 & 113

    Tickets are $20 in both cities.

  • Toronto - Section 112

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    Toronto - Section 113

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  • Winnipeg

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  • Canada vs Curacao

    Montreal

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    The Voyageurs have secured section 132 in Montreal for the game against Cucacao

    Tickets are $15.  $2 is going towards a tifo fund for the game. 

    We will have 250 free Supporters United for Canada shirts in Royal blue at the pre game bar. 

  • Section 132

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  • Supporters United for Canada Shirt

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  • Posts

    • Zambrano will announce the roster for the Curacao friendly tomorrow night during the Montreal Vancouver Voyageurs Cup match: As Canada turns 150, the nation’s brightest stars return to Montreal as Canada’s Men’s National Team face Curacao at Stade Saputo on Tuesday, June 13th. Support Canada at Stade Saputo > Buy Tickets Canada Soccer's Men's National Team will feature a pair of Montréal-based players with Impact captain Patrice Bernier and goalkeeper Maxime Crépeau getting called into Canada's camp for the home Men's International Friendly.

      Head coach Octavio Zambrano will announce his full camp roster on Tuesday 30 May during the Canadian Championship match night in Montréal. Zambrano will have a big group of 25 or more players in camp after which he will make his final selections for the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup.
    • The tickets are sent by email. The t-shirts will be given out at Bar 99 before the match.
    • He has a lot of quality. Should play at least in the second tier next season if not with hearts
    • True... But for me the reality is in the numbers. And we're putting the cart before the horse here. We're not going to pay a lot if the crowds and sponsors don't turn out. 2000 fans and a tiny sponsorship deal won't support much in terms of payroll. The fact that the Edmonton shirt sponsor is the team owner, whereas I saw this week Indy has secured Honda as a sponsor, is bloody depressing. I hope it's not too indicative. But my only hope is if Edmonton packed Clarke week in and week out they would have a real sponsor.
    • Commentary like this is exactly why I love following you and why, so often, I couldn't agree more.
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