The hallmark of sports competition is providing athletes with the opportunity to perform at the highest level and to the best of their abilities.
From July 4 - 7, 2013 48 teams from around the province will gather at North Vancouver's Inter River Park for the 2013 BC Provincial Girls' B Cup Championships. With an 8 team round robin format and single knockout elimination playoff, this is an opportunity to see the finest young female soccer players between the age groups of U-13 to U-18 in Western Canada.
British Columbia’s most elite youth teams will battle it out for provincial championship gold and a chance to represent British Columbia at the National Championships
Please note that due to Canada Day, our office is closed Monday July 1st and will re-open on Tuesday July 2nd at 8:30am.
Six Richmond soccer players will be wearing Team B.C. colours this summer.
Jonah Pang, Liam Robinson, Duva Karunakaran, Olivia Lee, Montana Leonard and Amelia Crawford have been named to provincial teams for upcoming regional and national tournaments.
Mountain United FC earned a spot in the final of six provincial Premier Cup soccer finals.
He wasn't able to play but Anthony Preston showed up to support his PGYSA under-14 Kodiaks teammates during Saturday's exhibition game.
The beauty of soccer is that it’s accessible to everyone.
And B.C. Soccer’s latest and inspiring partnership with Special Olympics B.C. (SOBC) couldn’t mirror that more as they invited seven SOBC teams to compete in the 2013 Youth Provincial Championships July 4 to 7.
Whistler's own Peter Shrimpton was recognized by B.C. Soccer last month with their annual Award of Merit, and was presented with the award at the Vancouver Whitecaps vs. New England Revolution game in Vancouver this past Saturday, June 15.
Darrin McLeod of the Upper Island Riptide has been awarded a BC Soccer Award of Merit.
The Award of Merit is presented to individuals in recognition of contributions to soccer, during a period of 10 or more years as a player, manager, coach, official, or administrator at the club/league or district level.
-Anthony Preston of Prince George is the only player from Northern BC to be selected into the BC Soccer Provincial Development Program. Preston plays for the PGYSA U14 Tier 1 Kodiaks and commutes to Vancouver to play with the Surrey United U13 Boys in the BC Premier League.
Kelowna United will send four teams to the B.C. Soccer Provincial B Cup finals next month.
One of Richmond’s most dedicated soccer personalities is expanding his reach.
Vancouver, BC: BC Soccer today announced its rosters for the third phase of its Provincial Development Program with 144 boys and girls from across the Province chosen to participate in high performance training activities which includes on and off field training, regional and national competition’s for talent identification within the final phase of 2013 program.
Vancouver, BC: The BC Soccer Annual General Meeting took place Saturday June 15, 2013 and amongst the highlights was the appointment of four new Board Members.
In support of its Grassroots Development Service Plan, BC Soccer delivered its second of three Regional Grassroots Development Visits intended for regional coaches, players & parents within the Kootenay’s on June 6th through June 9th.
Last week brought four of the top representatives and coaches from BC Soccer to Castlegar to present a workshop for local coaches and some young players. They presented a new vision that Canada Soccer and BC Soccer have for player and coach development. The concept is called Long Term Player Development (LPTD), and is evolved from the modern approaches the world international soccer body, FIFA, has adopted.
Once the Nelson Selects shook off the rust, it was clear sailing to Prince George.
The Selects scored a pair of wins over Columbia Valley to capture the Kootenay Provincial B Cup U16 Boy's Soccer Playdowns Sunday at the Lakeside Pitch.
une 9, 2013, Victoria, BC (ISN) - The Peninsula Co-op Highlanders kicked off a full weekend of soccer in Victoria Saturday afternoon, when they faced TSS Academy in a Pacific Coast Soccer League match, 4:30 at Royal Athletic Park.
Champions will be crowned next month at Willoughby Community Park as Langley hosts the 2013 B.C. youth provincial A Cup soccer championships.
Nelson is sending a full contingent of teams into the Kootenay Provincial B Cup Playdowns set for this weekend at various locations in the region.
Vancouver, BC: BC Soccer is pleased to announce a tournament featuring soccer teams from Special Olympics BC. Seven top Special Olympics BC soccer teams will play tournaments in conjunction with the 2013 Youth Provincial Championships. Four of them will play in the 2013 Girls Youth Provincial B Cup in North Vancouver, and three of them at the Les Sinnott Memorial Boys Provincial Cup in Prince George.
BC Soccer announced their annual awards Friday afternoon, and several Surrey residents are among the recipients.