Streaming link for our match against the Chagos Islands with countdown clock / add to calendar feature attached.Read More
So far all of Team Cascadia matches have taken place in London. After playing the 10 match whirl wind in the ConIFA World Cup in 2018, their next challenge will be on May 25 against the Chagos Islands in Whyteleaf, South London.Read More
Cascadia have agreed a landmark kit deal with international manufacturers Givova. Prost is proud to announce it support for Team Cascadia by becoming the kit sponsor.
Givova are a big player on the world stage being the manufacturer for two international teams, Venezuela and Malta. Among their club teams are Verona, Fortuna Sittard and Beitar Jerusalem. Overall Givvoa supply kits to clubs in 42 countries.
Cascadia head coach James Nichols said:
“I think it’s another step forward in the future of the Cascadian Soccer team. To have Givova, a world renowned brand, producing the kit, who are involved with some of the biggest clubs in the world is a major coup.
“I’m absolutely sure the players in the squad for May against the Chagos Islands are looking forward to be the first players to wear the new apparel.”
The new crest showcases the topography of Cascadia with trees, mountains and sea all represented. The Cascadian flag’s Doug Tree is foremost on the crest design. The provisional jersey design, created by Josh Duder contains the blue, white and green of the Cascadia flag, with the flag itself and the ConIFA crest on each arm.
“Originally there was a social media ask from the Cascadia twitter handle for anybody interested in helping design some new shirts for the Cascadia team–I put my hand up right away. After submitting my first idea, I asked if they might be interested in a new badge as well. It was a go!
“The new badge was designed to provide an update the original CAFF crest, but not come across as an entirely new idea. A lot of the same elements are present. The whole idea of the kits was to stay within the boundaries of what had come before–emulating the flag of the region and connecting with design elements that are recognizable to those who live here. The long term desire is to add to an iconic design which will be inexorably connected to the organization and set up a sense of design tradition.”
Cascadia is delighted to announce that we are due to play our first ever international friendly on the 25th May against the Chagos Islands. The game will take place in the U.K. at Whyteleafe FC who we would like to thank for their cooperation in creating this fixture.Read More
As the 2018 CONIFA World Cup comes to a close this Saturday, we will be ending our first jersey pre-order. As soon as the jerseys arrive - they will be shipped out to everyone who ordered them with a huge THANK YOU.Read More
Tune in for Cascadia's final placement match against Panjab FC happening at Fisher FC in London at 3pm (7am PDT). Cascadia is currently competing for 5th place. While no official livestream will be provided, fans will work to create a Periscope livestream as we did last match via cell phone for anyone who would like to live stream, or watch the recorded match later.Read More
The Dutch are at it again! Day 8 of the CONIFA World Football Cup is another rest day, and in the run-up to the semi-finals, they test the knowledge about Conifa with Charlie Gregory and Jordan Wilson from Team Cascadia, pitted against the United Koreans in Japan.Read More
Cascadia will compete for it's Semi Final Placement match for 5th-8th place against Western Armenia at 3pm (7am PDT) at Bromley Field in London. Placement matches unfortunately will not be streamed by MyCujoo - but we'll update if there is a livestream available - and we will be live tweeting the match. Follow along on @CascadiaSoccer on Twitter or @ProstAmerika on Twitter for all the live updates.Read More
After losing our quarterfinal match 3-1 against a very competent Karapatalya team - Cascadia was eliminated from the ConIFA Cup last night. The Cascadian squad only met for the first time a week ago, and already has done itself proud - playing together better than some veteran teams, and making true bonds of friendship that will last well off the pitch. CAFF assures - this is only the beginning.Read More
Team Cascadia got a wonderful mention in the June issue of Portland Monthly. The article entitled: "The Cascadian ‘National’ Team Played in the World Cup Quarterfinals: Team USA may be out of the World Cup, but Team Cascadia made a deep run" by Arlo Voorhees gave a very nice rundown of the journey at the Cascadia Association Football Federation has made so far.Read More
In a nail biting match against Tamil Eelam, the 10 man Cascadia squad was able to create a victory leaving no chances that the team would not move onto as the runner up of A-Group, and will now move from the group qualifiers to the quarter finals.Read More
The Cascadia Association has revealed the song chosen for 2018 CONIFA World Cup Anthem, O'Cascadia. Originally written by long time bioregionalist Lloyd Vivola in 2010, the choice was picked by Cascadia Association Football Federation founder Lenny Laymon, with the new symphonic version with new vocals entirely remastered.Read More
We are excited that all CONIFA matches are available to watch and stream free of charge through 2018 World Cup sponsor MyCuJoo. They are available to both stream live, and each match can be watch recorded at any time, with highlights marked for easy access.Read More