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Two videos looking back at Tacoma Tide opener

Post by Jon Billings on May 18, 2011 at 3:57 pm with No Comments »
May 19, 2011 9:48 am

Tacoma Tide FC have posted two videos today that take a look back at their 2011 United Soccer Leagues PDL opener at Stadium Bowl.

Before you watch the videos, if you would like to watch the entire match, you still can; watch it for FREE on Comcast On Demand. Tune your Comcast TV to channel 1, then select Sports & Fitness, then Local Sports, and finally Tacoma Tide.

First the club posted a slideshow of photos from the match on their YouTube channel.

Then just a few minutes ago they posted full video highlights featuring all four goals and a post-match interview with Tacoma’s Quinton Beasely, who scored the Yellows’ first goal and then drew the penalty kick call in the late stages that allowed the Tide to draw even.

Tide at Crossfire, home to host Kitsap Pumas

The Tide play their next PDL match on Monday May 23 at Redmond High School at 7 PM against the homestanding Washington Crossfire. Admission to Crossfire home matches is free.

The Tide then host their Narrows Bridge Bell rivals, the Kitsap Pumas, on Friday May 27 at Stadium Bowl at 7 PM.

The club announced today that when fans buy tickets to the May 27 Kitsap match online they will also get the June 8 match against Portland, for free.

Tide tickets are available at www.BrownPaperTickets.com

PCSRA Night at the Tide May 27

The May 27 home match against Kitsap is also “Pierce County Soccer Referee Association (PCSRA) Night at the Tide.” All referees wearing their uniforms will be admitted free with a guest in honor of the work they do for soccer in South Sound.

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