Thursday, August 18, 2016

Seattle Saracens Learn Mainland Cup Schedule

The Seattle Saracens are once again set to play in the top divisions in British Columbia. Similar to the format last year the team will play in the Mainland Cup during the fall season and the CDI Premier League, arguably the top domestic non-professional competition in North America, during the Spring. As long as the Saracens don't finish at the bottom of the Mainland Cup, which would be extremely unlikely, they will move to play in the Premier League.  Last year that meant that Seattle got six good matches in the Fall and eight in the Spring not counting any playoff matches.

This year Seattle opens up their season on September 7th against Abbotsford and then closes it on November 5th with a big match against the University of British Columbia. UBC is quickly becoming a major powerhouse and will be the favorites once again.  Seattle are also considering scheduling a number of friendly matches against various opponents.

Sept 17th: @Abbotsford
Sept 24th: UBC Old Boys
Oct 1st: @Caplinao
Oct 15th: Burnaby Lake
Oct 22nd: Vancouver Rowing Club
Oct 29th: @Meraloma
Nov 5th: @UBC


  1. Are the Seattle Saracens in any way affiliated with the England pro team? How did they get away with ripping off their logo?

  2. They are part of the Saracens global network. Which as far as I can figure out extends only as far as a bit of packaging for the Saracens Club.