"There's Still Time" - the Away From The Numbers soccer podcast. A regular podcast all about Vancouver Whitecaps, Major League Soccer (MLS) and the world of football.
Episode 603 - The AFTN Soccer Show (Is Blue The Colour Of The Season? with Axel Schuster and Scott Arfield)
Vancouver v Charlotte; Axel Schuster on DPs and depth; Scott Arfield interview; MLS round-up; CSA have new General Secretary
Episode 602 - The AFTN Soccer Show (I Lay On My Bed With My Hands On My Head)
Vancouver Whitecaps and MLS West deep dive to season ahead; Canadian women v Canada Soccer lawsuit
Episode 601 - The AFTN Soccer Show (It's All About To Kick Off)
Whitecaps lose to Tigres; MLS new kits; MLS referees locked out; Goal-line technology
Episode 600 - The AFTN Soccer Show (Here Until The Whistle Blows with guests Vanni Sartini and Gabriel Bitar)
Vanni Sartini and Gabriel Bitar interviews; Vancouver Whitecaps and Canadian soccer chat
Episode 599 - The AFTN Soccer Show (Let The Fun Begin with David Norman and Vanni Sartini)
FIFA World Cup 2026 schedule; David Norman interview; Vanni Sartini; Whitecaps news of the week
Episode 598 - The AFTN Soccer Show (The Effects Unknown - CSB v Mediapro court battle, Gauld re-signs, Paris Gee, TJ Tahid)
CSB v Mediapro court battle; Ryan Gauld re-signs; Paris Gee and TJ Tahid interviews; Whitecaps News of the Week
Easy to like, informed, west coast soccer discussion
I really enjoy the tone of this show. You can hear the affection for the game and culture - and among the hosts as well. It’s quirky, not too serious, not a nerd fest but still professional and informative. McColl is a great interviewer in a light hearted way. Following a Whitecaps team that has been very hard to like over the years, this show is required listening for mental health.
This is an amazing Soccer podcast. This is the top whitecaps podcast and covers MLS, CPL, CanMNT and so much more. The contributors to the episodes are well entrenched in West Coast Canadian soccer culture!!!
Excellent coverage of Canadian soccer and specifically the Whitecaps. If you are not into the CPL you can skip over that section but I personally admire their passion for including these new and emerging players and coaches in a serious journalistic way. On the Caps!