Wednesday, 16 May 2012

Bus trip from Kingston to see Canada's World Cup Qualifier June 12

This June, the Canadian Men's National Team continues their World Cup Qualifying run. Canada was drawn into a group with Cuba, Honduras, and Panama for the third round games, with the winners and second place teams moving onto the fourth round, commonly known as the "Hex".

Canada opens their schedule on Friday, June 8th in Havana and follows it up with a game at home in Toronto against Honduras. All of this follows the Centenary game against the United States on June 3rd.

The Voyageurs, Canada's supporters group, has organized a bus trip in conjunction with The Supporters Section for the first Canada home qualifier on June 12th.

The bus trip, which will be on a coach with a restroom, will be leaving from Kingston at 1:30pm from downtown, near The Toucan, but is able to pick people up at locations along the 401 between Kingston and Toronto. It is expected to arrive at Maro (the Voyageurs' supporter pub) near Lamport Field in Toronto around 5:00pm. The game kicks off at 7:30pm and the bus should be back in Kingston around 1:00am.

The cost of the trip is $75 and includes the game ticket and a Voyageurs flag.

Some benefits of the cool bus trip:
  • No need to worry about driving yourself
  • No need to worry about parking
  • Meet fellow Canada soccer fans (practice your singing)
  • Enjoy socializing before departure, during the game and after
The webpage to sign up at is: <> and the trip can be found on the right-hand side at the top. The specific sign-up page for the match is at at:

Update: Unfortunately, there weren't quite enough people interested this time around. We'll try again for the September and October games!

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