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A Blue Day in the Emerald City

Well that was a great weekend in Seattle!

The Friday night at Fado's was quite the party. Saturday morning felt like London before a game and the atmosphere at the stadium was excellent.

We played well in the first half, showing some classy touches with two well worked goals. The second half was less impressive, with many changes and a second-string attack.

It was wonderful to see so many blue shirts in the crowd. I'd guess about 20% of the 65,000 crowd and our 100 or so Vancouver section made quite an impact too.

I think we were all very impressed with the set-up at the Sounders club, and with their fans. It felt "real" rather than the over-hyped "showbiz" stuff that the States has had for footy in the past. I think the Whitecaps have a great model in Seattle to learn from.

Who knows, one day we might see our beloved Blues in Vancouver again (yes, Chelsea did visit in the early 1990s). 

Here are some photos, including Alistair Browne, my kids and yours' truly meeting the players on Saturday night. I am still coming-down after meeting Frank Lampard, John Terry and Ashley Cole. They took time to chat with us and made an effort for the kids to be photographed with them.

Thank you to all the Vancouver Chelsea fans who made the trip.

CFC Vancouver in Seattle for the Seattle Sounders vs Chelsea game

 Here is some news for those going to Seattle.

 You can now follow CFC Vancouver on Twitter  CFCinVancouver


1. The main Chelsea pub is Fado's in Pioneer Square. Fans will be there Friday afternoon and evening, Saturday morning and after the game. I suggest we make that our meeting place, unless anyone has a better idea. Kids are welcome at Fado's too.
2. There is a team practice session at QWest on Friday afternoon as part of an Adidas sponsored "Fan Fest".  It runs from 4:30 to 6:30, with the team due to train at 5:00. It is free, and the first 500 in line get Chelsea stuff free.
3. Chelsea fans will parade from Fado's to the stadium before the game on Saturday. Fado's will be serving breakfast.
4. The game kicks off at 12:00 noon!
6. We are under cover, but I am not sure whether our tickets are in the sun or not, but I suggest you plan for being in the sun.

Full details of events for Seattle and for the LA game at :http://www.chelseainamerica.com/USSummerTour2009/seattle.htm
Good luck at the border!
See you at Fado's
You can call or text Gerry on 604 351 6061 to find out what's happening.
See you in Seattle for a great weekend!




Blues seize the advantage in Vancouver with classic European away win

Vancouver Champions League

Liverpool 1 Chelsea 2

For Anfield 2009, read Kerrisdale 2009: the Chelsea supporters' side recovered from falling behind to an early goal to beat their Mersey counterparts 2-1 last Saturday. It means the Vancouver Blues will hold the balance of power going into the second leg of this inaugural Vancouver Champions League in July. Having created and missed some glaring opportunities, the Scousers may feel a bit robbed by the scoreline, but I'll let you insert your own joke here...

This was the best game to date between the two teams, with both committed to playing neat elegant football, passing the ball out from the back and providing compelling viewing. Initially, Chelsea took control, with the two Davids setting the tempo in midfield and Andy and Jose providing the threat from out wide. Yet the Reds drew first blood. A through-ball from Adam, their dangerous playmaker, set one of their forwards free who finished into the bottom right corner.

Where to watch the FA Cup final

We have listings for locations from Victoria to St. John's where you can gather with fellow Blues to catch the action.

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Sign up to beat the Reds in the Vancouver Champions League

First of two-legged duel with Liverpool fans is on Saturday, May 23, kick-off 6pm.

Just a quick reminder: we’ve got a first match booked against the Liverpool lads: Saturday, May 23, kickoff 6pm at Point Grey secondary turf field (where we played most games in 2008). To refresh your memories: the junction of West 37th and Arbutus/West Boulevard.
If you haven’t already confirmed to play and want to, please do drop me a line to keep an eye on numbers at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. At the moment we’re just below a team, but I know there’s a lot of people out there who played last season I’ve not heard back from. The more the merrier (and fitter!) and just think of the silverware. Or the endless renditions of You'll Never Walk Alone we will endure if we lose.