Volume 03 | October 17 2017
Seven teams return from National Championships
The Canada Soccer National Club Championships concluded on October 9, 2017 and teams from Surrey United SC, North Shore Girls SC, Club Inter FC, Mountain United FC, and Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC have now returned from the competitions! This year the adult competitions (Challenge Trophy and Jubilee Trophy) were held at Newton Athletic Park and were co-hosted by the Central City Breakers Football Club and BC Soccer. .

For results of the Adult National Championships please CLICK HERE
For results of the Youth National Championships please CLICK HERE

2017 Provincial Championship Recap
Teams competing in the National Championships earned their berth through the 2017 BC Soccer Provincial Championships. More than 200 teams and 150 referees from all regions of the province took part in the Provincial Championships and BC Soccer would like to thank all of the players, coaches, referees, administrators, and volunteers who made the 2017 championships so successful.

The Youth Provincial Championships wrapped up on July 9th and thousands of youth soccer players from all regions of the province competed in the 2017 Championships. To see results please click on the appropriate release below:

Provincial Premier Cup hosted by Coquitlam Metr-Ford SC (competition dates June 24-June 25)

The Adult Provincial Championships took place over two weekends in May with all matches live streamed. To read the full results click on the appropriate release below.


BC Soccer Announces 2018 Provincial Cup Hosts and Locations!
BC Soccer looks forward to working with all of the 2018 hosts to build upon and continue the successes of the 2017 Provincial Championships . In 2018 Kamloops Youth Soccer Association will host the Girl’s B Cup, Richmond Soccer Association will host the A Cup, Burnaby District Youth Soccer Association will host the Les Sinnott Memorial Cup, while Vancouver Island Wave will host the BC Soccer Premier Cup.

To read more CLICK HERE
THANK YOU!
BC Soccer would like to thank all of the coaches, referees, administrators, and volunteers who make soccer what it is in BC. Thanks to the the hours of work that they all put in, thousands of players and their families are able to enjoy soccer in all regions of the province.
Thompson Okanagan FC and Vancouver Island Wave Achieve Club Charter Standard 1!
Congratulations to Thompson Okanagan FC and Vancouver Island Wave for achieving the Club Charter Standard One! The Club Charter Standards are based on three top line categories: Technical; Governance; and Administrative

To read the full release please CLICK HERE

To learn more about the BC Soccer Club Charter Program CLICK HERE
BC Soccer Conference Update
BC Soccer wants to thank the entire soccer community for their support and interest in the BC Soccer Conference. Hundreds of technical directors, coaches, administrators, and soccer minded people from all across British Columbia have registered for the conference which has been tailored specifically to the soccer landscapes in British Columbia and Canada. Thank you for all the support on this initiative!
Canada vs USA
One of the fiercest rivalry in women's sport is coming to Vancouver as Canada's Women's National Team will face world #1 USA on Thursday, November 9th at BC Place (7:00pm Kick-off). The Canadian program, coming off back-to-back Olympic bronze medals, is striving to reach the top of the women’s game and it will take overcoming our neighbors to get there! Cheer on the Women this November 9th!

For more match information CLICK HERE
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