19 people are recognized for their commitment to the beautiful game in British Columbia
17 graduating youth soccer participants in BC to receive a total of over $19,500 in scholarships on June 13
Mid-Isle Soccer Club has entered into a video contest with hopes of attaining a $20,000 grand prize to build a clubhouse at Forrest Field in Ladysmith.
Over the last 6-12 months, BC Soccer has increased focus on 3 specific soccer development topics: Regional Tier 3 Adult League, Club Charter and the EA Sports BC Soccer Premier League governance and structure. BC Soccer commissioned two external consulting reports on the latter two topics which the Association is seeking comments and feedback from the membership, general public and stakeholders in the game.
BC Soccer is looking for your feedback!
Dear BC Soccer Members,
Westside FC, West Van FC, Guilford FC and EDC Burnaby Crowned BC Soccer Provincial Champions
Vancouver United FC, Coquitlam Metro Ford SC, NSGSC Renegades, and Croatia SC Threat Crowned BC Soccer Provincial Champions
Dear BC Soccer Members,
The University of the Fraser Valley men’s soccer program has reached into the BC Soccer Premier League to fortify its roster, signing seven players from the province’s top youth soccer circuit, including a Pitt Meadows talent
The West Coast FC got five Golden Boots in men’s soccer this year, and the most impressive of the lot was Adrian Jackson – a teenager playing against men for the first time this year.
Congratulations to all of the selected players
16 teams will battle it out on Saturday and Sunday to become BC Soccer Provincial Cup Champions with two Special Olympics British Columbia soccer teams taking the pitch for a showcase match on Saturday
It was the hand of fate. The random draw for soccer’s 2015 Province Cup was set in motion March 30 when Olympic-medallist and World Cup player Emily Zurrer of Crofton reached in to pick the slips. The competition is now down to the semifinal stage this weekend, with several Island teams remaining in the hunt in the men’s women’s, masters and Under-21 categories.
Jackson Cup champion Cowichan FC is attempting to become the first Island team to win the men’s Province Cup since Gorge FC captured four B.C. championships between 2001 and 2010. Cowichan FC crosses the strait today to play EDC Burnaby in the semifinals.
- See more at: http://www.timescolonist.com/sports/cowichan-fc-closing-in-on-province-cup-final-1.1872454#sthash.6pKDEN6k.dpuf