Whitecap women tackling Rapids

Exhibition Stadium in Chilliwack hosts a W-league game between the Vancouver Whitecaps and Colorado Rapids Friday night.

The Vancouver Whitecaps FC takes on the Colorado Rapids in a W-League matchup Friday night at Exhibition Stadium.

Kick off is 7 p.m. and tickets are available at the gate for $12 apiece.

The Whitecaps have struggled to start the season, going 0-3 with losses to the Victoria Highlanders (3-2), Colorado Rush (1-0) and Seattle Sounders (2-0). The Caps are seventh in the eight team Western division, with only the Los Angeles Strikers below.

The Rapids have only played once, taking a 3-0 win over Victoria last weekend. They are third in the Western division.

Get full league info online at uslsoccer.com

As of press time, Chilliwack FC was still looing for player escorts.

A maximum of 22 are required, all of whom must be between the ages of five and eight. Player escorts must bring running shoes and must arrive for registration two hours and 15 minutes before kickoff.

As of press time, Chilliwack FC also had openings for the pre-game clinic, available to players between the ages of six and 10 years old. Participants must wear their club uniform, bring shin pads and cleats and arrive for registration two and a half hours before kickoff.

To inquire about either activity, click online to chilliwackfc.com

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