Jump to content

sstackho

CSN
  • Posts

    2,702
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by sstackho

  1. I think that demand is going to be very strong for this game. I'm that guy who is always trying to make my wider group of friends aware of Canadian soccer, to little avail. Now there are several newbies who want to come to the Panama game. It absolutely helps that these qualifiers have been shown on cable. Any chance of group sales for this match?
  2. https://twitter.com/AlphonsoDavies/status/1435712038869864449?s=20
  3. I will continue with my assumption that this (and most) athlete social media feeds are handled by some social media team that don't think enough about what and when they post.
  4. 👆 Alistair Johnston: five seconds of his life Me playing on infinite loop: FOREVER
  5. For some reason, I can't set my PVR to record the match on Sportsnet through various Bell Fibe apps. I keep getting "an error occurred". Works for any other channel. I would appreciate any and all conspiracy theories.
  6. Also: https://www.cbc.ca/archives/entry/canada-cracks-the-world-cup
  7. As a new step of this journey is about to begin, take a few moments to relive what the journey was like 35 years ago. (BONUS: old TV ads!)
  8. Larson: Watch 13 of 14 Qatar ‘22 qualifiers LIVE on @onesoccer
  9. Mexico, Panama and Costa Rica are on the red list. https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#red-list
  10. This is awesome. Well done. Except that you are COMPLETELY OFFBASE about seat A, since he is beside seat L.
  11. As for those seating maps, in terms of COVID social distancing, having columns of people makes no sense. Staggering would be much better. Sure, this would reduce the number of seats by a bit, but it's unlikely to sell out.
  12. Here is what you currently have access to for the Honduras match if you buy a Voyageurs membership. Plus another $7 per order, because Ticketmaster. And here's the status for El Salvador.
  13. https://dknation.draftkings.com/2021/8/19/22632881/world-cup-qualifying-concacaf-format-rules-paris-2024-olympics-womens-soccer The Concacaf W Championship will have eight teams (including Canada and US, who do not have to qualify), and will be held in June/July of 2022 at a location to be determined. The format is two groups of four, then semifinals and final. All four teams that make the semifinals will qualify for the 2023 World Cup. The two third-place teams in each group can also qualify via a home-and-away ties with teams from other confederations to be determined later. The winner of the Concacaf W Championship, as well as the winner of a playoff between the team that loses the Championship Final and the team that wins the third place match, will both qualify for the 2024 Olympics and the 2024 W Gold Cup.
  14. Interesting. The women's Gold Cup is new, and there's a mini Nations League format for qualifying. The Gold Cup tournament itself will have 8 CONCACAF nations and 4 invited guests, which seems high on first glance but is probably a good idea considering the drop-off in quality after the top CONCACAF nations.
  15. And I thought the Canadian section for the Nashville game was bad...
  16. Ugh. Now that is dumb. I actually prefer 2-and-2 for a 4-person group. The 4-person pods went very quickly. Lots of 2-person pods remaining.
  17. Olympic gold medallist Desiree Scott makes emotional return home to Winnipeg from Tokyo Games https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/olympics-womens-soccer-gold-medallist-winnipeg-desiree-scott-1.6135600?ref=mobilerss&cmp=newsletter_Sports Headlines_1647_298977
×
×
  • Create New...