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The Vancouver Whitecaps were the 17th team to join the MLS. They began League play in 2011 with head coach Teitur Thordarson at the helm. This version of the team is the third such club to carry the Whitecaps name. Thordarson would last only until the end of May in that season, after earning a victory in only one of the club’s twelve games to begin the season. Former D.C. United Head Coach Tom Soehn would assume the role of manager on an interim basis until the conclusion of the 2011 season. At the conclusion of the season, Martin Rennie was announced as the manager going forward, although he would last just two years. Rennie was replaced by the longest serving manager in club history, Carl Robinson, in 2013 who would remain at the club’s hem for five years. After the conclusion of Robinson’s tenure, Craig Dalrymple would assume responsible for nearly two months as interim before the appointment of current manager, Marc Dos Santos. The club’s best MLS finish to date is the conference semifinals, however, they have earned trophies in the Canadian Championship.
- Winners (1): 2015
- Runners Up (5): 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016, 2018