BC Soccer would like to wish the Canadian Women's National Team Good Luck in the the 2016 Rio Olympic Women's Football Tournament.
The BC Soccer Youth Provincial Championships hosted grassroots referee education initiatives reaching more than 120 referees
Teams from 8 Zones take to Pitches in Abbottsford to battle it out for the BC Summer Games Gold
Paul Turner joins the association on August 8, 2016 and replaces Andrew Haines who left the association in June 2016
The Marine Harvest Riptide U16 Girls won bronze at the 2016 BC Soccer A-Cup championships, July 7-10 in Burnaby.
The Port Moody Selects took home the Provincial A Cup Soccer Championship banner last weekend after shutting out Burnaby in the under-15 gold medal match.
The new C License replaces the B-Pretest course and becomes the entry level for coaches who are pursuing the Licensing Stream coaching pathway (C License, B License and A License programs). Coaches who currently hold a B-Pretest designation will have a 2 Year window ending December 31, 2017 to enter the Provincial B License program directly. After this date, the B-Pretest will cease to be recognized and any coach who does not hold a B License Provincial designation or higher will be required to meet the entry requirements for the C License prior to progressing in the Licensing Stream.
22 Teams were also awarded with BC Soccer Team Fair Play Awards
Les Sinnott Memorial B Cup and Girls Provincial B Cup offer mentorship and learning opportunities for all referees taking part
The top grassroots youth soccer teams from across the province will take to pitches on July 7-10 to compete for three of BC Soccer’s Youth Provincial Championships
Congratulations to all of those players selected to the July BC Soccer HP Programming