Spike at Kick for a Cure

Vancouver Whitecaps FC join Michael Cuccione Foundation Kick for a Cure

On Saturday, July 12, the Michael Cuccione Foundation will be hosting their sixth annual Kick for a Cure event at Coquitlam Town Centre Park. Come join Whitecaps FC club president Bob Lenarduzzi, club ambassador Carl Valentine, mascot Spike, and some 'Caps players for a fun-filled day of soccer.

Kick For A Cure is a childhood cancer initiative founded to raise awareness about childhood cancer and the need for increased funding towards pediatric cancer research. The Michael Cuccione Foundation gives back and takes a stand for children who are fighting to stay alive. They “shall not rest until a cure is found,” and aim to demonstrate their support and passion to eradicating cancer. Soccer is about teamwork, spirit, strength and the fight to win; those touched by cancer share a similar journey and need the same strength and courage to win their individual fight. By joining together, the community can all work towards making a massive difference to those kids whose lives have been shaken forever.

Don’t miss out on this special event! Click here for more information on how to register, volunteer, or donate towards this cause. Proceeds from the Kick For A Cure – Childhood Cancer Soccer fest benefit the Michael Cuccione Foundation towards childhood cancer research.

It’s not too late to participate in the best sporting experience in Vancouver. Whitecaps FC offer a flexible range of ticket products, including prorated season tickets ($184), 5-packs ($149), student season tickets, and a youth soccer half-season ticket. Single-match tickets start at $22, subject to applicable fees. For more information on all Whitecaps FC ticket options, call 604.669.9283 ext. 2 or visit whitecapsfc.com/tickets.