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Soccer in Canada is the most popular sport in terms of participation rate and according to FIFA's, 2,695,712 people played in Canada in 2006.The first ever professional game was played in Vancouver between the Callies and Rovers in 1910. In 1912, the founding meeting of the Dominion of Canada Football Association was held in Toronto on May 24, when provincial soccer executives laid the foundation of what is today's Canadian Soccer Association. The organization became a member of FIFA December 31, 1912. In 1926, the National Soccer League was formed with teams in Ontario and Quebec.

Many members of the world diaspora living in Vancouver are now taking advantage of being part of a Diaspora Nation. Diaspora networks are increasingly powerful social and economic forces with cultural knowledge and substantial connections to economies and communities beyond Canada’s borders. Canadians are connected to all corners of the world in unprecedented ways and one of those connections is through the Diaspora World Cup. The Diaspora World Cup in Vancouver-Surrey provides many members of the World Diaspora an opportunity to play and make a difference; a huge difference in the lives of many around the world.

The Destination
In the center of it all and with outdoor adventure just minutes away, the Trillium Stadium in Vancouver encompasses the very best of this active forward-looking city. Players showcase their pride in the new turf field with caring and personal service that gets at the heart of what all soccer lovers want in one of the most beautiful city in the world. “You’re gorgeous, baby, you’re sophisticated, you live well...Vancouver is Manhattan with mountains. It’s a liquid city, a tomorrow city, equal parts India, China, England, France and the Pacific Northwest. It’s the cool North American sibling”. – The New York Times.



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