John Knox

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Robbie Burns Day … Week

Robbie Burns Day Week: Your Southsiders Director of Events, Wendy Turnbull, has worked with Doolin’s to put together several social events for our members next week.  First Kick is just over a month away so this is a perfect time for us to get together, talk about the upcoming season, and celebrate Robbie Burns Day. Let other poets raise …

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The Southsiders Find a Home South of Fraser

The Vancouver Southsiders are very happy to announce that they have found an away match home for their membership living south of the Fraser River, at Surrey’s original brewpub, Big Ridge Brewing Co. The decision of the Vancouver Southsiders to partner with Big Ridge Brewing will enable the group to provide the same great atmosphere …

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Cascadia Supporters Groups Jointly Oppose Major League Soccer’s Attempt to Trademark Cascadia Cup

  Portland, OR., Vancouver, B.C., Seattle, WA. — January 10, 2013 — The supporters groups in Seattle, Portland and Vancouver jointly oppose Major League Soccer’s claim of ownership of the Cascadia Cup trademark.The three supporters groups have jointly used the Cascadia Cup mark for many years and have been the rightful owners of the mark. In …

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Vancouver Southsiders Elect New President and Vice President

Vancouver –  Last night the newly elected Southsiders Board of Directors voted in Brett Graham to serve as the Southsiders President effective immediately.  Brett Bird was elected Southsiders Vice President. Brett Graham has been a Southsider since the Swangard days in 2004.  He has served on the Southsiders Board of Directors for all three previous …

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Vancouver Southsiders AGM and Election Results

VANCOUVER – The city’s loudest and proudest sports fans have elected new leadership to oversee their affairs for Major League Soccer’s 2013 season. Founded in 1999, the Vancouver Southsiders are Canada’s oldest and largest supporters club, boasting just shy of 1,100 members. Members held their annual general meeting at The Cellar nightclub on December 1, …

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