Final Call for US/Canada Based Players! Deadline Tuesday April 24th

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Cascadia is headed to the CONIFA World Cup in London, May 29-June 10th, and if you are a soccer player from the British Columbia, Oregon, Washington, or Idaho region - we'd love to invite you to join us! All skill levels will be considered. 

Players must be from, have lived in or some connection with Cascadia or the Cascadia movement, have a passport - and be available for travel May 29th-June 10th. Flights leave and return to Seatac Airport in Seattle. Roundtrip airfare is $750 per player, and all hotel lodging and meals are provided once players arrive in London. Scholarships or partial scholarships are available for any player who cannot pay their own airfare. 

US / Canada Based Players: 

Application deadline for play is Tuesday April 24th 2018
All player details and passport information will need to be confirmed by Saturday April 29th 2018 

Apply Here

The Cascadia Association Football Federation is an all volunteer, grassroots organization dedicated to elevating Cascadia through international competition.

If you would like to support these efforts - please consider donating, or purchasing a Cascadia team jersey here. All proceeds go to provide airfare for players who need it. 

Like the past two, this year’s CONIFA World Cup tournament will give non-FIFA regions and nations a chance to compete for soccer’s ultimate prize. The 48 match event is being hosted by Barawa FC representing the Somalian diaspora in the British Capitol. With fifty million spectators anticipated in London and around the world, the event will put Cascadia on a truly global stage, with competitors representing the following flags: Abkhazia, Barawa, Cascadia, Ellan Vannin, Felvidek, Kabylia, Matabeleland, Northern Cyprus, Padania, Panjab, Székely Land, Tamil Eelam, Tibet, Tuvalu, United Koreans in Japan, Western Armenia.

For those not familiar CONIFA - the Confederation of Independent Football Associations - is the the soccer federation for all associations outside of FIFA. Founded in 2013 and headquartered in Sweden, CONIFA is “a global acting non-profit organization that supports representatives of international football teams from nations, de-facto nations, regions, minority peoples and sports isolated territories.” The 2018 CONIFA World Cup will be the 3rd such event in the organization’s history.