Whitecaps move into new $32.5 million training facility at UBC: Video

After 15 years of development, team adds five new fields for its two divisions and residency teams.

The Vancouver Whitecaps have moved into their new 38,000-square-foot National Soccer Development Centre at the University of British Columbia (UBC).

Fifteen years in the making, the facility opened its doors to the team June 14. It will be the home training facility for the Whitecaps’ Major League Soccer and United Soccer League teams, as well as its residency teams.

Read more of Kirthana Sasitharan's and Sean Yoon's reporting at here.

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