Here are my selections: (photos below)

  1. Vancouver Alpen Club – 4875 Victoria Drive (all games) – Original German Haus
  2. Manchester Pub – 1941 W Broadway (all games) – The Official German House
  3. Blenheim Pub – 3293 West 4th Avenue (Saturday, June 23, 2018) (Brand new location)
  4. The Pint Vancouver – 455 Abbott Street (mainly Germany, Brazil & Mexico) – has two floors
  5. Red Card Sports Bar – 560 Smithe Street (all games) – German Language Meetup Group uses this venue

Germany in the FIFA World Cup

Group F with Mexico, Sweden and South Korea

Matchday 1 – Sunday, June 17, 2018 8 am – Mexico

Matchday 2 – Saturday, June 23, 2018 11 am – Sweden

Matchday 3 – Wednesday, June 27, 2018 7 am – South Korea

What About the Swiss?

Group E with Brazil, Serbia & Costa Rica

Matchday 1 – Sunday, June 17, 2018 at 11 am – Brazil

Matchday 2 – Friday, June 22, 2018 at 11 am – Serbia

Matchday 3 – Wednesday, June 27, 2018 at 11 am – Costa Rica

Other Places Around Vancouver

The American, 926 Main Street (Fr+Sa from 8 am, So-Th from 10 am)
Phat Sports Lounge Yaletown, 1055 Mainland Street (starting 8 am)
 secondflooreaterybar 808 Bute Street (1st/2nd game, maybe 3rd)
Cinema Public House, 901 Granville Street (1st, otherwise from 11 am)
Colony Bar, 3255 W Broadway (from 11 am, knockout round from 7 am)
Kamei Baru, 990 Smithe Street (from 11 am)
 The Charles Bar, 136 W Cordova Street (from 11 am)
 One Under, 476 Granville Street (from 11 am)
BC Kitchen, 39 Smithe Street (from 11 am, earlier if there’s an audience)
 Shark Club, 180 W Georgia Street (from 11 am)
 Timber – 1300 Robson Street, Vancouver

The Blenheim Pub + German flag

Soccer + Alpen Club

Vancouver Alpen Club

Manchester Pub

The Manchester Pub

The Pint downtown

The Pint

30 Nov 2017
November 30, 2017

Who will be Competing at Whistler?

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Andreas Wank - GermanyANDREAS WANK: GERMANY

Andreas Wank is the most successful Olympic athlete to compete in the Callaghan Valley since the Vancouver Winter Olympic Games in 2010. With a silver in the team event on the large hill here in 2010 and a gold in Sochi he is undoubtedly a top competitor. Wank’s list of accolades extends to two FIS World Championship team silvers and two individual World Cup podiums.  See more here:  http://www.fis-ski.com/ski-jumping/athletes/athlete=wank-andreas-72592/index.html

Klemens MurankaKLEMENS MURANKA: Poland

With 8 Continental Cup wins over the last few seasons, Muranka is a serious contender to win this year at Whistler. Muranka has also found success at the elite level with 2 World Cup team podiums and team bronze at the 2015 World Championships in Sweden, as well as 3 World Juniors team medals, a gold and 2 silvers. See more here:  http://www.fis-ski.com/ski-jumping/news-multimedia/news/article=klemens-muranka-takes-two-wins-coc-opener.html

Tom Hilde NorwayTOM HILDE: Norway

With 3 individual World Cup wins and 15 individual podiums, Tom Hilde is a seriously decorated athlete. Hilde is one the few competitors competing at Whistler who also competed in the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games where he won bronze in the team competition with Norway. Hilde has also won 4 World Championship silver medals and a bronze ski flying world championship medal, definitely putting him among the favourites at Whistler. See more here:  https://data.fis-ski.com/dynamic/athlete-biography.html?competitorid=108891&sector=JP

Men’s & Ladies FIS Cups: December 7 & 8, 2017 Men’s FIS Continental Cup: December 9 & 10, 2017

For further information, please contact:
TOM REID
PRESIDENT, SKI JUMPING CANADA
TEL: 403-669-0630
EMAIL: tomreid@skijumpingcanada.com

 

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