Pacific FC

Pacific FC captain Jamar Dixon lifts the trophy as the team celebrates its win in the Canadian Premier League championship game over two-time defending champion Hamilton. (Pacific FC/Facebook)

Pacific FC captain Dixon returning amid key player exodus from Langford-based club

Top scorer Terran Campbell and league under-21 player of the year Alessandro Hojabrpour have left

 

Members of Pacific FC celebrate their 1-0 win over Hamilton Forge FC in the Canadian Premier League championship game on Dec. 5. A victory parade for the team is expected to happen next spring, when the majority of the players will retiurn to Langford. (Pacific FC/Facebook)

Pacific FC parade in Langford delayed until players return next season

Players released after Dec. 5 championship win, most have left for home

 

Pacific FC head coach Pa-Modou Kah, left, was named Canadian Premier League coach of the year, while midfielder Alessandro Hojabrpour earned the league under-21 player of the year honours as the CPL announced its annual award winners. (Courtesy Pacific FC)

Pacific FC coach, midfielder win end-of-season Canadian Premier League awards

Top goal scorer Terran Campbell, up for MVP honours, also nominated from Langford-based club

 

Pacific Football Club fans react to a goal in their team’s win against Forge Football Club in the Canadian Premier League Championship on Sunday, Dec. 5. (Kiernan Green/News Staff)

PHOTOS: Victoria Pacific FC fans celebrate Canadian Premier League final victory

Viewing party at downtown Victoria bar was sold out on the occasion

Pacific Football Club fans react to a goal in their team’s win against Forge Football Club in the Canadian Premier League Championship on Sunday, Dec. 5. (Kiernan Green/News Staff)
Members of Pacific FC celebrate their win in the Canadian Premier League championship game, 1-0 over two-time defending champion Hamilton on Sunday in Hamilton. (Pacific FC/Facebook)

Pacific FC win Canadian Premier League title in shock upset

PFC won with a header from young midfielder Alessandro Hojabrpour

Members of Pacific FC celebrate their win in the Canadian Premier League championship game, 1-0 over two-time defending champion Hamilton on Sunday in Hamilton. (Pacific FC/Facebook)
Alessandro Hojabrpour (centre) and Terran Campbell (right) have been nominated for Under-21 player of the year and player of the year respectively. (Courtesy Pacific FC)
Alessandro Hojabrpour (centre) and Terran Campbell (right) have been nominated for Under-21 player of the year and player of the year respectively. (Courtesy Pacific FC)
Pacific FC won’t have home support in the CPL final. The Langford-based team will instead try to win its first-ever championship against Forge FC in that team’s home stadium. (Black Press Media file photo)

Canadian Premier League final won’t be played in Langford

The final will instead be played in Hamilton on Dec. 5

Pacific FC won’t have home support in the CPL final. The Langford-based team will instead try to win its first-ever championship against Forge FC in that team’s home stadium. (Black Press Media file photo)
Pacific FC are heading to the Canadian Premiere League finals for the first time in franchise history after downing Cavalry FC 2-1 Saturday. (Jake Romphf/News Staff)

Pacific FC heading to finals after 2-1 extra-time victory against Cavalry FC

Tridents to face Forge FC or York United in final, which may be played at home

Pacific FC are heading to the Canadian Premiere League finals for the first time in franchise history after downing Cavalry FC 2-1 Saturday. (Jake Romphf/News Staff)
Pacific FC beat Cavalry FC in their Langford home opener back in July, but was not sharp against them in Sunday’s regular season finale in Calgary, a 1-0 loss in which PFC managed zero shots on goal. (Black Press Media file photo)

Langford-based Pacific FC seeded third for playoffs after loss to Calgary

Struggling team has picked up just 11 of a possible 36 points since Sept. 14

Pacific FC beat Cavalry FC in their Langford home opener back in July, but was not sharp against them in Sunday’s regular season finale in Calgary, a 1-0 loss in which PFC managed zero shots on goal. (Black Press Media file photo)
Pacific FC’s Canadian Championship journey came to an end on Wednesday night as they fell 2-1 to Major League Soccer’s Toronto FC at BMO Field. Pictured is their win over the Vancouver Whitecaps in Langford on Aug. 26. (Black Press Media file photo)

Toronto FC ends Pacific FC’s Canadian Championship run in tight 2-1 win

A spot in the finals was on the line during Wednesday’s game at BMO Field

Pacific FC’s Canadian Championship journey came to an end on Wednesday night as they fell 2-1 to Major League Soccer’s Toronto FC at BMO Field. Pictured is their win over the Vancouver Whitecaps in Langford on Aug. 26. (Black Press Media file photo)
The home crowd was left disappointed on Saturday. (Black Press Media file photo)

Pacific FC loses last home game of regular season, first place at risk

The team faces Toronto FC in the Canadian Championship on Wednesday

The home crowd was left disappointed on Saturday. (Black Press Media file photo)
Pacific FC in Canadian Premier League soccer action against Halifax’s HFX Wanderers. (Black Press Media file photo)

Pacific FC lose 1-0 to Halifax on own goal, retain top spot in CPL

Langford-based club hosts Valour FC this Saturday, 3 p.m. at Starlight Stadium

Pacific FC in Canadian Premier League soccer action against Halifax’s HFX Wanderers. (Black Press Media file photo)
Vancouver Island soccer fans will need to have at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by Pacific FC’s next home game if they want to be in the Starlight Stadium stands. (Jake Romphf/News Staff)

Pacific FC last Canadian Premier League team to require fans to be vaccinated

Fans will need to have at least one COVID-19 dose to attend next home game on Oct. 16

Vancouver Island soccer fans will need to have at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by Pacific FC’s next home game if they want to be in the Starlight Stadium stands. (Jake Romphf/News Staff)
Pacific FC continued to ride a wave of historic wins on Wednesday night as they staved off a stampede from the Calgary Cavalry and advanced to the Canadian Championship semifinals. (Black Press Media file photo)

West Shore Wave: Pacific FC shoots past Cavalry FC to Canadian Championship semis

Langford-based soccer squad beat Calgary 1-0 in the quarterfinal match Sept. 22

Pacific FC continued to ride a wave of historic wins on Wednesday night as they staved off a stampede from the Calgary Cavalry and advanced to the Canadian Championship semifinals. (Black Press Media file photo)
Pacific FC continued to ride a wave of historic wins on Wednesday night as they staved off a stampede from the Calgary Cavalry and advanced to the Canadian Championship semifinals. (Jake Romphf/News Staff)

West Shore Wave: Pacific FC jockey past Cavalry FC to Canadian Championship semis

Langford-based soccer side beat Calgary 1-0 in the quarterfinal match Sept. 22

Pacific FC continued to ride a wave of historic wins on Wednesday night as they staved off a stampede from the Calgary Cavalry and advanced to the Canadian Championship semifinals. (Jake Romphf/News Staff)
LAU, WELNEW Tribal School, the site of the WSANEC School Board’s new community soccer pitch. (Google Maps)

WSANEC School Board to receive a new soccer pitch from Pacific FC

A new relationship between the board and football club will include sporting clinics for youth

LAU, WELNEW Tribal School, the site of the WSANEC School Board’s new community soccer pitch. (Google Maps)
Pacific FC shined in a historic win over the Vancouver Whitecaps in Langford on Aug. 26. They’ll now advance to the Canadian Championship quarterfinals. (Jake Romphf/News Staff)

Pacific FC shine in Langford with historic win over Vancouver Whitecaps

They now advance to the Canadian Championship quarterfinals

Pacific FC shined in a historic win over the Vancouver Whitecaps in Langford on Aug. 26. They’ll now advance to the Canadian Championship quarterfinals. (Jake Romphf/News Staff)
Pacific FC downed the Calgary Cavalry 2-0 in their home opener on Friday. (Jake Romphf/ News Staff)

PHOTOS: More than 2,500 take in Pacific FC’s long-awaited Greater Victoria return

Langford’s Starlight Stadium soccer crowds rewarded with win over Calgary

Pacific FC downed the Calgary Cavalry 2-0 in their home opener on Friday. (Jake Romphf/ News Staff)
Midfielder Marco Bustos has re-signed with Pacific FC, as they head into their 2021 season set for spring. (Twitter/@MarcoBustos10)

Pacific FC completes roster with Marco Bustos, one of the league’s MVP finalists

24-year-old is one of the quickest players on the pitch, says head coach

Midfielder Marco Bustos has re-signed with Pacific FC, as they head into their 2021 season set for spring. (Twitter/@MarcoBustos10)
Pacific FC continues to stock its roster for the 2021 Canadian Premier League soccer season. The four player signings announced last week brings the total to 10 under contract. (Black Press Media file photo)

Pacific FC adds four more players to 2021 roster

Midfielder Marco Bustos, finalist for CPL MVP, has yet to confirm return

Pacific FC continues to stock its roster for the 2021 Canadian Premier League soccer season. The four player signings announced last week brings the total to 10 under contract. (Black Press Media file photo)