Friday, July 9th, 7:30pm — 9:30pm

Tacoma Tide FC v. Vancouver Whitecaps FC


Tacoma plays host to those Canadians. We are currently Fourth and they are fifth in the Northwest Division of the Professional Development League. Come support your team so that the owner decides not to move to Olympia.

Cost / Admission
$10 adults; $5 students

Link to more info »
Curtis High School Stadium
8425 40th St. W
Univeristy Place, WA, 98466
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by KevinFreitas
on 7/7/2010 @ 6:46am
Been wanting to make it to a game so I'm totally there this Friday. Any other takers? I've got room for 3 more in my car!

by KevinFreitas
on 7/9/2010 @ 6:49am
BUMP! C'mon ladies and gents, let's get out on a stunning Friday night and support a local team that needs us!

by inbloodyrise
on 7/9/2010 @ 9:27am
hear, hear! save tacoma soccer!

i had a streamer malfunction last time. apparently, (i mean obviously) if you throw streamers, you need to hold onto one end or it will not unfurl.

by KevinFreitas
on 7/9/2010 @ 11:42am
Keep a look out for me tonight and be sure to introduce yourself @inbloodyrise!

by inbloodyrise
on 7/9/2010 @ 2:43pm

by KevinFreitas
on 7/9/2010 @ 10:47pm
Final: Tacoma 1, Vancouver 0. Great job Tide! Rock it in Olympia tomorrow!

by L.S.Erhardt
on 7/9/2010 @ 10:48pm
So, when can the Tide get their own stadium or start playing at Cheney?

by KevinFreitas
on 7/9/2010 @ 11:08pm
I think they should play in Stadium Bowl. Great neighborhood for it and they'd probably get more people to the games if they were actually in Tacoma.

by KevinFreitas
on 7/9/2010 @ 11:13pm
I'll post more this weekend but here are a few shots from tonight's game:

by inbloodyrise
on 7/13/2010 @ 2:58pm
@kevin thanks for hanging out. i agree about stadium. and the team should also serve beer, hopefully something tasty. perhaps a food cart or two with beer cart in tow.

i'm hoping to be back in town in time to watch their match on the 24th in which they earn their way to the playoffs. i also want to hear from the owners on a timeline for their decision to move to / leave tacoma.

wow, the stands look empty in your pictures, but the players are looking tough and representing tacoma well. nice photos.