The Pacific FC home opener will take place on April 11 and will open the CPL season as well. (Shalu Mehta/News Staff)

Canada Day game among 14 home stands scheduled for Pacific FC in Langford

Over 90 per cent of CPL matches on weekends, holidays

Pacific FC will play 14 home games at Westhills Stadium this season, including a game on Canada Day against the new Canadian Premier League (CPL) team, Atletico Ottawa.

Last week, the CPL released its full 2020 regular season. Matches begin with league openers on April 11 and continue through to Oct. 4.

Each CPL club will play 28 games, 14 home and 14 away, and will move to a single table format, expected to provide fans with a more competitive season.

READ ALSO: Canadian Premier League announces 2020 home dates for eight-team circuit

The top three clubs then move to a playoff series in order to proceed to the finals. The first place team at the end of the season earns a bye to the finals while the second and third place teams compete in a playoff game to see who advances to the finals.

This season, the CPL said over 90 per cent of the matches will be played on holidays or weekends. Friday night games will also be introduced and all eight clubs will play on Canada Day. The final matches of the season will be played at the same time on Oct. 4.

The Pacific FC schedule is as follows:

  • April 11, 3 p.m.: Pacific FC vs. FC Edmonton
  • April 17, 7 p.m.: Pacific FC vs. HFX Wanderers FC
  • April 26, 2 p.m.: Pacific FC vs. Valour FC
  • May 8, 7 p.m.: Pacific FC vs. Forge FC
  • May 30, 2 p.m.: Pacific FC vs. Cavalry FC
  • June 6, 1 p.m.: Pacific FC vs. Valour FC
  • July 1, 4 p.m.: Pacific FC vs. Atletico Ottawa
  • July 12, 1 p.m.: Pacific FC vs. FC Edmonton
  • July 29, 7 p.m.: Pacific FC vs. York9 FC
  • Aug. 14, 7 p.m.: Pacific FC vs. HFX Wanderers FC
  • Aug. 25, 7 p.m.: Pacific FC vs. Atletico Ottawa
  • Sept. 13, 1 p.m.: Pacific FC vs. Cavalry FC
  • Sept. 19, 4 p.m.: Pacific FC vs. Forge FC
  • Oct. 4, noon: Pacific FC vs. York9 FC

shalu.mehta@blackpress.ca


Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

Pacific FC

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

VIDEO: Neighbours help Sidney woman mark 103rd birthday with surprise parade

Barbara Chorlton celebrates her ‘best birthday so far’

Racism is here too, say Victoria’s black community leaders

White Victorians have role to play in combatting systems of oppression, prejudice

Shortage of foreign workers costs Saanich Peninsula berry farmer thousands

Gobind Farms says hiring local has been difficult during pandemic

Pedestrian, cycling overpass now open at McKenzie Interchange

Bridge connects Portage Road, Galloping Goose Regional Trail

VIDEO: B.C. dentist gets grand welcome home after two months in hospital fighting COVID-19

Michael Chow was given a surprise send off by hospital staff and ‘welcome home’ from neighbours

‘Like finding a needle in a haystack’: Ancient arrowhead discovered near Williams Lake

The artifact is believed to be from the Nesikip period between 7,500 BP to 6,000 BP

Indigenous families say their loved ones’ deaths in custody are part of pattern

Nora Martin joins other Indigenous families in calling for a significant shift in policing

PHOTOS: Anti-racism protesters gather in communities across B.C.

More protests are expected through the weekend

Indigenous chief alleges RCMP beat him during arrest that began over expired licence plate

Athabasca Chipewyan Chief Allan Adam calling for independent investigation

‘I’m pissed, I’m outraged’: Federal minister calls out police violence against Indigenous people

Indigenous Minister Marc Miller spoke on recent incidents, including fatal shooting of a B.C. woman

UPDATED: Pair accused of ‘horrific’ assault at Vancouver’s Oppenheimer Park arrested

Police say Jason Tapp, 30, and Nicole Edwards, 33, did not show up to meet their bail supervisor this week

POLL: Are you sending your children back to school this month?

Classrooms looked decidedly different when students headed back to school for the… Continue reading

Most Read