Boy, these Cascadia Cup games are something special.
It was always going to be hard to match the 4-4 tie in Portland, but Sounders FC’s 2-2 tie in Vancouver on Saturday had its fair share of drama and excitement, as well.
Seattle takes a somewhat-deceiving lead in the 2014 Cascadia Cup race, having played two games to the others’ one, but posted below are the updated standings and schedule.
The next game is June 1, when the Timbers host the Whitecaps.
Sounders FC — 0-0-2, 2 points
Portland — 0-0-1, 1 point
Vancouver — 0-0-1, 1 point
|April 5||Sounders FC 4-4 Portland||Providence Park|
|May 24||Sounders FC 2-2 Vancouver||BC Place|
|June 1||Vancouver at Portland||Providence Park|
|July 5||Sounders FC at Vancouver||BC Place|
|July 13||Portland at Sounders FC||CenturyLink Field|
|August 24||Sounders FC at Portland||Providence Park|
|August 30||Portland at Vancouver||BC Place|
|September 20||Vancouver at Portland||Providence Park|
|October 10||Vancouver at Sounders FC||CenturyLink Field|