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BC Soccer Announces 2018 Youth Provincial Championship Hosts

Kamloops Youth Soccer Association, Richmond Soccer Association, Burnaby District Youth Soccer Association and Vancouver Island Wave to host 2018 Provincial Championships

Vancouver, BC October 16, 2017: Each year organizations within the BC Soccer membership submit bids to host the BC Soccer Youth Provincial Championships. After careful consideration of all provincial cup bids, which we are thankful to have received, BC Soccer is excited to announce the 2018 Provincial Cup final Hosts! Kamloops Youth Soccer Association will host the Girl’s B Cup finals, Richmond Soccer Association will host the A Cup finals, Burnaby District Youth Soccer Association will host the Les Sinnott Memorial Cup finals, and Vancouver Island Wave will host the BC Soccer Premier Cup finals.

 

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Thompson Okanagan FC and Vancouver Island Wave Achieve Standard 1 of the BC Soccer Club Charter Program

Vancouver BC – BC Soccer is proud to announce that Thompson Okanagan FC (TOFC) and Vancouver Island Wave (VI Wave) have achieved BC Soccer’s Club Charter Standard 1. Thompson Okanagan FC and Vancouver Island Wave achieved the standard 1 criteria outlined within BC Soccer's Club Charter Program which are based on three top line categories: Technical; Governance; and Administrative.

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Women's Jubilee and Men's Challenge Trophy Canada Soccer Club National Results

Vancouver BC October 09, 2017 – Three BC teams represented Britsh Columbia at the Canada Soccer Club National Challenge and Jubilee Trophy competitions.  Surrey United Soccer Club finished with a silver medal in the Women’s Jubilee trophy with NSGSC Renegades finishing in eight place. In the Men’s Challenge Cup, Club Inter beat out Quebec in a shootout in their final match of the tournament to finish in 5th place.

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U15 and U17 Women's and Men's Canada Soccer Club National Results

Vancouver BC October 09, 2017 – Two U15 and two U17 British Columbia soccer teams returned from the Canada Soccer Club Nationals.  Surrey United Soccer Club finished with a gold medal in the Women’s U15 competition with Mountain United finishing in 5th place in Men’s U15 competition. In the U17 competitions, Coquitlam Metro-Ford finished in 5th place in the Women’s competition and in the Men's competition Coquitlam Metro Ford finished in 4th place. The U15 competition was held in Calgary, Alberta, while the U17 Competition was held in Fredericton, New Brunswick. 

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