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Pacific FC set to host Vancouver Whitecaps in Ferryside Derby

93 per cent of seats have already been sold as Pacific FC welcomes the Vancouver Whitecaps
Football fans will be in for a treat as the Pacific FC and the Vancouver Whitecaps restart the Ferryside Derby. (Black Press Media file photo)

Pacific FC fullback Kunle Dada-Luke will play in his centennial match as the club prepares to face the Vancouver Whitecaps in the Canadian Championship semifinal on Wednesday, July 10, in Langford.

According to a press release from the club, the game at Starlight Stadium will be the third time the teams have faced each other and 93 per cent is already sold. The previous outing saw Pacific FC beat the Whitecaps 4-3 in 2021.

"We love to play in big matches like this one where the pride of B.C. is on the line," said Pacific FC captain Josh Heard. "We hope everyone comes out to Starlight on Wednesday to cheer us on when we take on the Vancouver Whitecaps."

Fans at the game will be treated to a musical performance by Aaron Wylder at pre-match and halftime, along with a complimentary match poster, and crowds can take part in an autograph session with the team after the final whistle.

The match will be the first of two legs, with the second game taking place in Vancouver on August 27. 

The winner will either hit Forge FC from the Canadian Premier League or Toronto FC of Major League Soccer in the final, with the date to be decided.